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Trip Highlights and Values

Visit the most important cultural sites of Nepal with glimpse of Himalayas and mountain flights.
VIP line access and special pooja at Pashupatinath temple. Perform pooja and get blessing at all other sacred sites during the tour.
Combination of religious sites tour and natural tourist attractions of Nepal.
Every tour purchase is a direct help to our field staffs and Himalayan nature conservation campaigns under the company.
Everyday meditation and peace of mind exercises before trip begins and refreshment activities at the end of trip.
Cultural and spiritual highlights of Nepal including Hindu and Buddhist religious sites. Natural attractions are also included in the tour.
What Is
Full service from arrival to departure, customizable 11 days Spiritual tour of Nepal
Trip Grade
Easy Tour. No strenuous treks involved.
  • 15 to 29°C in lower elevations & 5 to 11°C in higher elevation from March to May
  • 12 to 26°C in lower elevations & 3 to 9°C in higher elevation from October to December
  • Paved highway drive through out the trip. Gentle walks around the attractions
  • Expert guided tours of attractions during the trip
  • Authentic cultural and traditional experience of Hindu & Buddhist religion
  • Guided meditation & practical lesson on nature conservation
Private group trips and solo trips with any requirements are available. Real Gurkha guarded privacy sensitive/incognito will be delivered with highest precision.
Group Size
  • Min. 2/Max. 16 for pre-fixed departure dates in group joining basis
  • Group of 16 pax & below will get 1 tour leader and driver as required, 1 tour leader + 1 driver for solo travelers.
  • Customized service option available for personal requirements.
Best Time
Can be operated all round the year with weather related preparedness. Not suggested to take this tour in monsoon season which is from middle of July to the end of August.

Base Rate for Group Size of 6

From USD
$ 2170 /Person
Why With Us ?
  • Book now pay later and group discounts service.
  • 100% trip success rate and satisfied customers. Trips led by well trained, updated and experienced experts.
  • Free trip cancellation and rescheduling up to 59 days before the trip departure date.
  • Obtain valuable life lessons on personal health through guided yoga therapy in the trip.
  • Make crucial contribution for nature conservation campaigns and welfare of ground handlers under the company.

Spiritual Tour Overview

The religious values of Nepal are considered the best example in the world. People are never divided or clashed in the name of religion and we can experience a mix of different religious and spiritual values which exists in harmony. The sacred places of multiple religions share common ground to express their devotion towards respective deities together. Each experience and encounter during the trip is helpful in self-awakening of spiritual self from the inside. The current existance of those sacred sites are 100s or even 1000s of years old and have evolved on themselves. The mythology and belief are different for every sacred site making their tour to be a true spiritually awakening experience. Spiritual tours in Nepal are mostly the experience in every holy places rather than performing evoked practices.

The tour takes you from famous world heritage sites to highly praised local religious attractions in Nepal. The trail follows the Kathmandu-Manakamana Temple-Pokhara-Muktinath Temple-Lumbini-Devghat Dham-Nagarkot-Bhaktapur-Kathmandu route with all the major highlights of these regions covered. Traditionally decorated towns of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur, commonly called town of temples housing antique cultural and traditional values preserved well after around thousand years as a souvenir to be offered for guests. Following the most worshiped Manakamana Temple, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha Lumbini and Devghat Dham devoted to real-life spiritual awakening experience. Nagarkot is another famous hilltop station for its beautiful countryside landscape with impressive sunrise and sunset views while the Himalayan ranges stand tall in the foreground.

The trip takes you through valuable highlights of Hinduism and Buddhism in Nepal. Every trip we are operating directly helps the locals of respective destinations and provides us significant support in conservation of natural existence in the Himalayas through our nature conservation campaigns. We only aim to do good for humanity and nature through the trips available with us.

  • Daily Yoga lesson from trained staff during the trip.
  • Interactive teaching learning approaches on climate and nature with locals and experts in the team.
  • Cultural exchange session during the tour

Everyday Details

From Arrival in Kathmandu | To Departure from Kathmandu

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu(1290 to 1400m), transfer to Hotel and pre-trip Meeting

Meet and Greet
You will be welcomed with the utmost warmth and hospitality by our official representative when you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. We treat our guests like gods in accordance with Nepalese custom and treat them with respect. Before escorting you to your chosen hotel, our staff will greet you, place a garland of marigolds around your neck, make introductions, and offer you a bottle of water. You can readily identify our authorized representative since they will be holding a placard with your name on it. After navigating the busy streets of Kathmandu packed with local activity and settling into your hotel, we'll work hard to make sure that every part of your vacation is customized for you based on your unique tastes. In the mean while putting comfort first so that there won't be any tension or concern during this thrilling spiritual journey of Nepal ahead! We are now solely responsible for ensuring your pleasure, so you can relax knowing that everything has been handled just for YOU!

Meals Served | Options: Welcome Dinner | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Distance: Approx. 7 Km Drive

Day 2: Full day Kathmandu Historical and Spiritual attractions Sightseeing

Visit Kathmadu Durbar Square, Maitidevi Temple, Bagalamukhi Temple, Shovabhagawati Temple, Bhadrakali Temple and Patan Durbar Square

Today we will be visiting 2 UNESCO world heritage sites and 4 Sakti Peetha. After breakfast, we will start our tour around at 8 am beginning from Patan Durbar Square.  All the sites to be visited today are historically and traditionally valuable assets of Hinduism in Nepal and have been praised by locals for the blessings we get from each site we visit. Patan Durbar Square is located in the center of Lalitpur district which used to be the Royal Palace of Malla Kings of Lalitpur. This palace also resembles Newar Culture, architecture which has nice square floors paved with red brick. The palace appears to be a melting point of Hindu religion and Buddhist religion. Pradhanas who lived here before the Malla could have built this palace since the exact date when it was built is not available. The Krishna temple built all with stones is the only of its kind throughout the world which is a local variety of Sikhara Style. Patan Durbar Square and Kathmandu Durbar Square are UNESCO world heritage sites with multiple things to see around them. Kathmandu Durbar Square used to be a Royal Palace of the former Kathmandu Kingdom built back between the 12th to 18th centuries by Malla Kings. The palace houses and is surrounded by Newar culture and architecture which is guided by Hindu religious values. Before the durbar square got this massive structure it is believed to have come into existence at around the 3rd century when there was the Licchavi dynasty ruling the Kingdom. Kathmandu Durbar Square still has huge significance and importance in the modern age as the coronation and major festivals of the city are celebrated around it.

Likewise, the Maitidevi temple is another important site we are about to visit. This temple is considered the parental home of all the goddesses available in Hinduism. The structure of the temple is different from the pagoda style and is believed to be one of the most powerful temples in Hinduism. The legendary story backing the establishment of this temple goes like this; a divine peacock appeared and turned everything it touched into gold, which later on dissolved into Mayur Kunda which is still available in temple premises. Offering jal(holy water) from that Kunda to all other goddesses is considered auspicious. Also along the way, we will be observing local lifestyles and culture too. We will be taking blessings and performing short pooja(rituals) at each temple and site.

Bagalamukhi temple is one of the most important temples of Hindu religion as the deity represents 10 Mahavidhya(Greatest Education). Goddess in Bagalamukhi Temple is believed to bless her worshipers with power to resilient enemies and provide powerful knowledge. The ambiance in the surrounding area can be felt powerful. Shovabhagawati temple is the holiest temple dedicated to the goddess Bhagawati. This temple is built back in the 10th century. The goddess is considered powerful in fulfilling the wishes of devotees. Bhadrakali temple and goddess is one of the most renowned Kali temples in Nepal. The name Bhadrakali in Sanskrit means blessed, auspicious, beautiful, and prosperous. This temple was built back in 1817 and discovered by a priest who had a dream of a goddess telling him to dig the hill where he discovered the statue. Since then the temple is there in existence and proudly protected by Nepalese Army.


Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Total 8-9 hours tour

Day 3: Drive to Pokhara(820 to 870m) via countryside highway, en-route visit Manakamana Temple(1320 to 1324m)

Visit Manakamana Temple and Reach Pokhara, the queen of city

After breakfast, we will begin our scenic countryside drive to reach Pokhara. On our way to Pokhara, we will visit the famous Sakti Peeth, Manakamana Temple. We will park our Jeep at the Cable car station and take a cable car ride to Manakamana Temple. After walking a few minutes from the station we will reach the yard of Mata Manakamana.

As history explains, Goddess Manakamana is a reincarnation of the then queen of Gorkha who ruled in the 17th century. The queen possessed divine powers-a fact unknown to her king and one day when the king discovered that the queen was a Goddess, he died of an unknown illness. At that time there used to be Sati Pratha meaning that if anyone’s husband dies, the wife has to end her life together with her husband’s burning body. For this reason, the queen with divine power with her promise to reappear as Manakamana Mata ended that life and came into existence as a goddess we could visit now. The goddess is said to fulfill any wishes of devotees coming and praying in her foreground.

The daily prayers and rituals behind closed doors are performed before allowing the public to enter. The cable car ride to the temple is another fascinating experience as it crosses many hills to reach the place. The cable car rides over a distance of 2.8 kilometers for about 10 minutes. The cable car operates during the daytime from 9 am to 5 pm. Installed by an Austrian company, the Manakamana Cable Car has been operating since November 1998.

Reach Pokhara and explore the surrounding area with peace and a vibrant night near the lakeside.


Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Total 8-9 hours travel

Day 4: Early morning flight to Jomsom(2730 to 2760m) and visit Muktinath Temple(3740 to 3760m) perform pooja and back to Jomsom

Scenic mountain flight and Muktinath Darsan
We will reach Jomsom after around 20 minutes of flight from Pokhara. Once settled in the hotel, we will proceed toward the Muktinath Temple by hiring a local jeep. It is around 1.5-hour drive to Muktinath from Jomsom. We will then perform a special pooja at Muktinath Temple which is at an elevation of 3762 meters from sea level and explore the surrounding area, which also comes in the world-renowned Annapurna Circuit Trail. Muktinath is one of the world's oldest Vishnu temples. This temple is structured in the pagoda style with black and white exterior color and it is considered as a symbol of the religious harmony between Hinduism and Buddhism in Nepal. For the people who follow Tibetan Buddhism, Muktinath-Chumig Gyatsa is a sacred place of Dakinis, goddesses known as Sky Dancers, and is one of the 24 Tantric places. The Buddhists also call it Chumig Gyatsa, which in Tibetan means ‘Hundred Waters’. Although the temple has a Vaishnava origin, it is also revered in Buddhism. Within Hinduism, Muktinath Temple is called the sacred place or Mukti Kshetra, which literally refers to the “place of liberation or moksha”. Sri Vaishnava sect of Hinduism reflects this temple as the most sacred which is considered to be the 105th among the available 108 Divya Desam. Even before the Buddhist religion came into existence, the name of this place in Sri Vaishnava literature is "Thiru Saligramam". The temple and the premises house the Saligrama shila considered to be the naturally available form of Sriman Narayana the Hindu Godhead. There are two holy water ponds in front of Muktinath Mandir “Laxmi Kunda and Saraswati Kunda”. It is believed that by taking a bath in these ponds the ‘negative karma and deeds’ gets washed away. There are also 108 cow's mouth-like water spouts which are believed to represent 108 holy places of Hinduism considered sacred for taking a holy shower. After the visit we will get back to Jomsom for overnight stay.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 20 minutes flight and 1.5 hrs drive

Day 5: Morning flight back to Pokhara and full day Pokhara sightseeing

Sightseeing the major tourist highlights of Pokhara
 Once the adventure-filled flight lands in Pokhara, we will take a rest and begin today's Pokhara tour. We will be visiting Davis Falls, Bat Cave, Talbarahi Temple, Phewa Lake, Mahendra Cave, and Begnas Tal. The attractions mentioned above are widely popular among travelers who are into exploring Pokhara. The Bat Cave and Mahendra Cave are natural caves with wet, dark, and mysterious paths to walk inside.  Phewa Lake and Begnas Tal are lakes with an option to go boating and feel the ambiance of the lake surrounded by big green hills. Davis Falls offers its visitors unique and natural waterfalls with its own history and unique natural structure. Once the tour is over, we will then relax in our hotel with ample options for quality foods, culture, and vibrant streets around the lakeside in Pokhara.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 20 minutes flight and 4-5 hours tour

Day 6: Scenic countryside drive to Lumbini and sightseeing in Birthplace of Gautam Buddha

Wild and scenic hilly road way to Lumbini via Palpa and Siddhababa Dham
The driveway of today's trail is filled with nature, adventure, and religious values. The first 70% of the trail is a hilly road with extreme turns and twists. Before reaching the queen of the hill; Palpa and after passing the hill's queen we will get to admire the immense beauty of tall green hills with some of the highest pedestrian suspension bridges and the natural beauties aligned with it. On the way to Butwal in between Palpa and Lumbini we will get to receive graces from Siddha Baba Dham, a temple dedicated to lord Shiva. Once we reach Lumbini after the long drive hour, we will get fresh and head towards the birthplace of Gautam Buddha to observe the evening experiences. In the morning also we will visit Gautam Buddha's birthplace and the surrounding area with multiple iconic monuments built by various Buddhist countries in memory of Gautam Buddha. Then drive towards Chitwan for an auspicious Devghat Dham visit, if time permits we will visit in the evening if not the following morning. We will rejoice near the Narayani River and be ready for the next day tour.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 7-8 hours travel

Day 7: Drive to Devghat Dham and explore the site

Holi junction and sacred Hindu site Devghat
In the morning after breakfast we will begin today’s drive to Chitwan where we will explore Devghat Dham. After around 135 Km drive journey we will reach Chitwan after about 5-6 hpurs. Once we reach Bharatpur we will get refreshed at our hotel and head towards Devghat Dham for the pooja and excursion. Devghat dham is an auspicious and important spiritual site situated at the junction of Kali Gandaki river and Trishuli river which then becomes Narayani River. This is the river which in India becomes Gange. Devghat dham has it’s mythological significances mentioned in Puranas from the ancient ages like Skanda Purana, Padma Purana and the Himavatkhanda Purana. The holi site is surrounded by greenery and the ambience feels real divine. There are gurukul, gausewa and many maaths and temples.  The most significant place inside the Devghat premises among many others is Chakreshwar Temple which is believed to be residence of King Mukunda Sen of Palpa(A used to be state of Nepal in 16th century) who have meditated and attained Nirvana state of life. Taking holy bath in Devghat dham is believed to wash our sins and free us from Karmic Dosha. The remains of the human body after being burnt are brought from around the country to this river as ‘Aastu’ so the soul can be freed of any sins. People who believes in Hinduism consider this place as their old age home because taking the last breath around this divine space is said to save space in god’s place. With the final aarati at Devghat and some vajans we will get back to our hotel and get ready for next day adventure.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 6-7 hours travel

Day 8: Drive to Nagarkot(2095 to 2120m) for sunset view and stay there

Long drive to reach hilltop station of Nagarkot
Early in the morning we will begin our drive to Nagarkot which will take us around 6-7 hours of total time. Nagarkot is the best rated place for Himalayan views including the sunset and sunrise view. Today we will get to see the sunset view from the infamous hilltop station at Nagarkot. We will enjoy the night in cozy hotel at chilling Nagarkot. The next morning we will have to get up early to see the magical sunrise view from the place. The view will inspire our further journey.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 6-7 hours drive

Day 9: Sunrise view at Nagarkot , drive to Bhaktapur for sightseeing, transfer to Dakshinkali temple and drive back to Kathmandu.

Impressive views from Nagarkot and explore major highlights

Once we get to see the sunrise view, then we will have our breakfast before heading towards the remaining sites for the tour. At first we will visit Bhaktapur area which is an ancient town civilized by Newar community. Bhaktapur also called Bhadgaon is an ancient city well known differently as City of CultureLiving HeritageNepal's Cultural GemAn open museum and a City of Devotees. Bhaktapur is famous for its elegant art, fabulous culture, colorful festivals, traditional dances and indigenous lifestyle of Newari community. This magnificent city resembles the feeling of prehistoric times given the ambiance of traditional homes, lifestyles of locals and the surrounding environment. The city was founded in 12th century by King Anand Dev Malla. Bhaktapur was the capital city of the Greater Malla Kingdom in the Kathmandu Valley till the 15th century AD. The many of Bhaktapur's greatest monuments were built by the then Malla rulers. This ancient city is also famous for traditional style pottery and iconic woodcarving displayed on the durbar squares and wooden structures of the local houses and temples.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square is an elegant and open space facing south surrounded by buildings dating from the 13th century to the 18th century. The 15th century Palace of 55 Carved Windows called Pachpanna Jhyale Durbar and the palace entrance, the Golden Gate - a masterpiece in repoussé art, have added splendor to this palace square. The extraordinary Durbar Square with its extraordinary monuments reflects the glory days of the Malla dynasty when art and architecture thrived in the three cities (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur) of the valley. That’s why it is also enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage site (1979 A.D) along with the Changu Narayan temple, one of the oldest temples that exist in Bhaktapur. With other small ponds and beautiful shrines around the Bhaktapur area we will end the tour and head towards Dakshinkali Temple.

Dakshinkali Temple is dedicated to goddess Kali which represents ferocious and feared. Dakshinakali Devi is considered to be an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. Natural forests and hills surround the Dakshinakali temple area with small natural stream flowing alongside the temple. After visiting and worshiping Dakshinkli temple we will return back to our hotel for over night stay in Kathmandu.


Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 8-9 hours travel

Day 10: Kathmandu Sightseeing(Budhanilkantha Temple , Swyambhunath Stupa , Boudhanath Stupa and Godawari Kunda)

Mythological highlights around Kathmandu
Right after the breakfast we will begin today’s journey by visiting Budhanilkantha temple or also called Jal Narayan or statue of sleeping Vishnu. The place can be reached by driving towards the north of Kathmandu for just about 8 Km. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu who appears to be sleeping over Sesh Naag originating from his Naavi. The regular dun and dusk pooja at this temple is said to awake him when visitors are believed to receive grace of Vishnu. Then we will visit Swyambhunath Stupa or commonly called monkey temple which is enlisted in UNESCO world heritage site. The existence of the Swyambhunath dates back to 5th century. The entire Kathmandu valley used to be a big lake filled with snakes. In the middle a lotus appeared on itself which is defined as Swyambhu. A Buddha devotee of that time named Manjushree managed to cut a drain in Chovar to let the people worship that Divine lotus. After the water started to get drained, the lotus settled on the hill on which Swyambhunath is located now. From the temple entire Kathmandu valley can be seen and considered as the center point of existence of Kathmandu valley. Likewise Boudhanath is another UNESCO world heritage site on the north east side of Kathmandu which is sacred site for Tibetan Buddhist community residing near around the monastery from the time when China invaded Tibet. This has become famous tourist destination in Kathmandu for non-Buddhist visitors as well. This is one of the world’s largest stupa and the most important Tibetan Buddhist monument outside Tibet. The fragrance of incense and the sound of murmuring chants of Om Mane Padme Hum elevates our experience during the visit to this place.  Later in the evening we will head towards Godawari Kunda which is at the base of highest hill around Kathmandu valley rim called Phulchoki Hill. Taking bath in this kunda is believed to wash away all our sins and there is special festival observed in every 12 years.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast & Farewell Dinner | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: Approx. 7-8 hours travel

Day 11: Perform Special Pooja at Pashupatinath Temple and Final Departure

Final day in Nepal with special pooja
Today we will be doing special pooja at Pashupatinath temple with VIP line access managed by Pashupati Development Trust in association with Himalayan Adventure Therapy. The temple is dedicated to lord Shiva and those who performs puja here will never have to go through pashu yoni in their next life. Lord shiva here is believed to fulfill all the wishes of devotees while elevating the energy of worshippers. This is one of the major temples of Shiva worshipped by Hindus. For the special pooja and Bhooga for Pashupatinath there are class of tickets and different prices for each. If the departure is early in the morning this pooja can be done on day 10th of the itinerary.

Meals Served | Options: Breakfast | Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-Veg


Duration: 2-3 hours pooja and 30 minutes drive

Included Services

Service Included in the Base rate

  • Airport transfer and all road transfers in a comfortable private vehicle
  • Deluxe 4-star hotel accommodation with breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Standard & comfortable, clean & hygienic 3 star hotels and resort accommodation during the tour outside of Kathmandu
  • All accommodations on twin-sharing basis
  • Breakfast from the hotel throughout the tour
  • Farewell dinner
  • Guided excursions with responsible, local, fully trained, certified and professional tour leader
  • Staff costs: salary, insurance, equipment, flight, fooding and lodging
  • Domestic flights Pokhara-Jomsom-Pokhara
  • Himalayan Adventure Therapy T-Shirt, special HAT and travel map
  • A comprehensive first aid medical kit to be carried by guide
  • All necessary paperwork, permits and environment management fees
  • All taxes payable to central and state governments

Not Included in Base Rate

  • Nepal Visa fee
  • Meals(Lunch, Dinner) other than the one mentioned in include section
  • Any optional activities or service upgrades than the one mentioned in include section
  • International flights
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Tips for staffs(Ground Handlers)
  • Personal expenses such as phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra staffs.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu, in case of early arrival than the scheduled date from the trek
  • Services not mentioned in the Includes section

Group Departure Dates

Dates Start-EndAvailability Remaining SpacesPrice Per Person

Practical Information

Our team leading the trips are well trained and alert every time to make sure of travelers safety. From health to any emergency situation our team will provide travelers with onsite and real time safety treatments. The safety of travelers during the tour with Himalayan Adventure Therapy is assured with full confidence.

FAQ on Spiritual Tour of Nepal

Is there dress code during the attraction visits ?

There are not any hard and fast rules about what you should wear during the attraction visits. However it is advisable to wear modest yet comfortable outfits during the tour just to keep aligned with other local visitors in the attractions.

What about Lunch and Dinner during the trip, not included?

We will make time for lunch during the trip based on travelers preferences for food and time of the day. Both lunch and dinner are not included in the cost for the reason to provide more flexibility on travelers personal choices. Farewell dinner will be hosted by the company to make a memorable farewell to all our travelers.
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