Buddhist Tour In Nepal

8 Days
  • Hotel/Lodges
  • Kathmandu
  • Spring and Autumn
  • Guided Tour
  • 2,195 meters (7,201 feet)
  • BLD
  • Private/Public Vehicle
  • Available

Overview

Nepal being the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, is very revered among Buddhists. It houses a myriad number of Buddhist pilgrimage sites. If you are to visit Nepal, you cannot miss visiting these significant sites. They are scattered around various geographical regions of Nepal. We at Great Adventure Treks have several packages aimed at Buddhist pilgrimage tours. On this package of Buddhist tour in Nepal, we propose a tour in and around Kathmandu valley along with a tour to Lumbini. It will be an 8-day long trip around major Buddhist attraction sites.

We will kick off our tour from Kathmandu by visiting the attraction sites within the valley. After that, we then head towards Pharping and its vicinity to visit its pilgrimages. We also have places like Patan, Bhaktapur, and the famous Manjushree Park as our destinations. On one of the days of the tour, our overnight stop will be Nagarkot. We will visit Namobuddha and Panauti on the outskirts of town. They are a must-visit site among significant Buddhist attraction sites. After that, we will head to the birthplace of Buddha, Lumbini. A short tour of pilgrimage sites in Lumbini, and then we return to Kathmandu and mark the end of the trip.

The trip will be brief and very suitable for a short family gateway. You need not put much physical effort or plan your itineraries as we do it for you. Just book your package and enjoy the cultural and religious adventure that this tour has in store for you,

Stick with us for the details!

Highlights

  • Get the chance to explore the medieval viharas and the iconic Kathmandu Durbar Square.
  • Visit Swayambhunath’s monkey temple and take in the view of Kathmandu city from the hills.
  • Explore the area around the Baudhanath stupa and sample some of the cuisines there.
  • Explore the Newari settlement and the Bajrayogini temple in Sankhu.
  • Depending on your preference, explore the historic palaces in Patan or Bhaktapur.
  • Observe the Chovar Gorge and the old Manjushree Park.
  • Visit the Vajra Varahi temple, Guru Rinpoche cave, and Pharping monastery.
  • Observe locations near Pharping, such as Vajrayogini Temple, Asura Cave, and Yangleshor Temple.
  • While spending the night in Nagarkot, observe the sunset and sunrise while taking in the stunning mountain scenery.
  • Visit Namobuddha, a historic Buddhist stupa.
  • Investigate the historic Newari town of Panauti
  • Experience the ancient city of Kapilvastu and visit the birthplace of Gautam Buddha.
  • Get an archaeological understanding of ancient Lumbini and Buddhism.

Reasons to do the Buddhist Tour in Nepal

Study history

The Buddhist tour in Nepal seeks to introduce you to the country’s most important historical sites. Most of these locations are Buddhist pilgrimage places that have long been revered. Swayambhunath and Baudhanath are significant locations in Kathmandu. Even the historic Puranas make reference to the hill of Swayambhu. The historic Nepali palaces we saw on this trip are similar to the Durbar squares. Kings used to reside here and rule the valley hundreds of years ago.

Additionally, we go a step further and take you to a few historic sites outside the valley. We’ll go to Namobuddha, a historical site, and the ancient town of Panauti. People believe that the area formerly hosted a Buddha manifestation. In a similar vein, we’ll travel to lots of places in Chobar. Chobar is a significant location since it is thought to have been where a large lake was drained, resulting in the formation of the Kathmandu Valley.

All of the places we visit on our journey offer up such fascinating information. Visiting these locations can help you better understand Nepal’s past. You will also learn plenty about the history of Buddhism and its origin from this tour. Our destinations at Lumbini are key places to understand the archaeology and history of the Gautam Buddha. Ancient relics, stupas, the Ashoka pillar, the Mayadevi temple, etc., are quite fascinating. They make up quite an important tool for learning about Buddhism.

Study culture

Nepal is a multicultural nation. The artifacts, people, languages, and customs you encounter here are diverse. You will get to learn about various cultures here, even though we will only visit a small number of locations inside a given region. Mostly Buddhist and Hindu influences may be seen at the places we plan to take you on this Buddhist tour in Nepal. A significant Newari cultural impact can also be seen in several of the areas you visit. A town embodying every aspect of Newari culture may be found in Sankhu and Panauti. The ancient Kapilvastu is also believed to be of the Newari sect of the Shakya dynasty.

To understand more about Nepal’s Buddhism, visit some of the many stupas and viharas in these locations. While Buddhism is quite popular in Nepal, there are many different sects that practice the religion. The exploration of revered Buddhist sites like Namobuddha stupa, Pharping monastery, Swayambhunath, Baudhanath, etc., will be quite intriguing. Moreover, learning about the origins of Buddhism in Buddha’s birthplace itself will be quite fascinating.

Buddhist Tour Itinerary - 8 Days

Day 01: Visit Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and nearby Buddhist viharas

Day 02: Baudhanath & Bajrayogini (Sankhu)

Day 03: Pharping, Yangleshor, Asura cave, Bajrayogini

Day 04: Bhaktapur or Patan, Manjushree cave Overnight Nagarkot

Day 05: Namobuddha, Panauti

Day 06: Kathmandu to Lumbini

Day 07: Lumbini / Kapilvastu / Taulihawa / Ram Gram

Day 08: Lumbini to Kathmandu

Buddhist Tour Itinerary - 8 Days

This eight-day journey starts out with a quick tour of Kathmandu on the first day. Swayambhunath Stupa will be our first stop. Around three kilometers from the city’s center, the stupa is located on a hilltop in the city’s western portion. The monkey temple is another name for it. Based on your itinerary, you’ll travel in a private vehicle for the tour. We will drive you to the entrance of Swayambhunath. After that, you must ascend a 365-step stairway starting at the entrance. You will be greeted by a stunning stupa, as well as other temples, prayer wheels, and stunning views of the city.

We will travel to Kathmandu Durbar Square after touring the stupa and its sights. Swayambhu is only a short drive from Kathmandu Durbar Square. There are numerous Buddhist tourist attractions in the area. The three primary Buddhist sites in the plaza are Ananada Kuti Vihar, Jana Baha, and Aksheshowr Mahavihar. The Durbar Square is an old palace that serves as a historical landmark. The neighboring viharas are rich in history, culture, and the arts.

The statue of Seto Macchindranath is kept in the Buddhist monastery known as Jana Bahal. On the other hand, Aksehswor Mahavihar is a tranquil old monastery with a lovely design. Another Vihar, known as the Ananda Kuti Vihar, is situated close to Indra Chowk. It is a historical location that was created under Pratap Malla’s rule a long time ago. These viharas are known for their intricate wood carvings.

After spending a full day exploring these attractions, we will head home. This will mark the end of day one of our eight-day tour.

Today, Baudhanath and Sankhu will be the two places we visit.

One of the town’s hotspots that locals love is Baudhanath. Northeast of the town’s center, it is located around 7 kilometers away and is swarmed with people. Tourists and residents of the area both enjoy the location. Additionally, there are numerous additional monasteries nearby, including a sizable Baudhanath monastery inside. With a thriving local economy circling it, the main monastery is located in the middle of the area. In this area, there are many cafes, restaurants, Tibetan antiquities, regional specialties, and street cuisine. If you’re in Kathmandu, you should definitely stop by.

Other monasteries in the vicinity include Rangjung Yeshe Gomde, Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling, and Shechen Monastery, in addition to the major Baudhanath stupa.

Following Baudhanath’s visit, we’ll move on to Sankhu, which is located outside of the valley. The well-known Bajrayogini temple is located there. Both Buddhist and Hindu visitors place a high value on the temple. Newari community’s settlement can be found in the vicinity, along with beautiful hiking trails. You will find markets where you may get native wares like crafts and souvenirs. Here, too, you may see historic Newari woodwork and architecture.

Day two’s objective will be to visit these two locations. We will return to our hotel and call it a day after our trip is through.

All of the destinations for the day are outside of the Kathmandu Valley, so the journey today will be fascinating. We’ll depart from Kathmandu early in the morning for Pharping. It is a short trip and is located about 16 kilometers southwest of Kathmandu. The Guru Rinpoche cave, the Vajra Varahi temple, and the Pharping monastery are just a few of the Buddhist tourist attractions in Pharping.

The Pharping monastery is the main site for seeing important Buddhist rituals. The Pelgyi Ling Cave, commonly known as the Guru Rinpoche Cave, is peaceful. Many people think Guru Rinpoche pondered and attained spirituality in this location. Another place where the Tibetan goddess Vajra Varahi has a temple is the Vajra Varahi temple.

Our next stop will be 3 kilometers long journey to the Yangleshor temple from Pharping. It is a historic temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, a Hindu deity. The building’s architecture and woodwork are intricate. Additionally, this area is home to the Seshnarayn temple, which has statues of Shiva and other Hindu deities.

Our next trip is to the Asura cave, which is after Yangleshwor Temple. It is a major location associated with Guru Rinpoche as well. Many people associate the temple, also known by the name Yangleshö, with Guru Rinpoche’s awakening and the taming of regional deities.

Our next stop, the Vajrayogini temple, is only 11 km from here. It is a Tantric Hindu deity temple built in the traditional Newari style. The temple is situated in a beautiful area with adjacent Newari markets and communities. This will be our final location for a visit on day three. We will head back to our hotel in Kathmandu and call it a day.

On the fourth day of our Buddhist tour in Nepal, we will visit two significant sites. You’ll have a tour of Patan or Bhaktapur and then visit the Manjushree cave. We’ll pick one of the two places for the first half of today. Both offer fantastic tourist attractions as well as rich cultural and historical backgrounds.

Alternative 1 [Bhaktapur]

You will see the Bhaktapur Durbar Square if you decide to take a tour of Bhaktapur. It is another variation of a historic palace like the Durbar Square in Kathmandu. Similar woodwork, statues, pagoda-style buildings, temples, and courtyards may be found throughout its architecture. In the neighborhood is also the Nyatapola temple. It is a five-story, ancient temple dedicated to Siddhi Laxmi. Another well-liked location in the region is the Dattatreya temple. Bhaktapur also features a pottery plaza where you can purchase ceramic goods and take classes on how to make them.

Alternative 2 [Patan]

Patan Durbar Square will be your next alternative. In the area around it, there are a lot of impressive ancient and cultural landmarks. It is similar to the Durbar Squares of Bhaktapur and Basantapur. Here, you may explore the Bhimsen Mandir and the Krishna Mandir. This location also houses the well-known golden temple, the Hiranya Varna Mahavihar. A Patan museum houses various regional relics, sculptures, and works of antiquity. Here you can also find Buddhist sites like Mahaboudha Temple. The temple is composed of a distinctive terracotta brick building and contains numerous depictions of Buddha.

We will visit Manjushree Cave after our tour of one of these two locations. On the outskirts of Chobar town stands this ancient tourist destination. According to legend, Manjushree, a legendary warrior, cut a piece of Chobar’s hill in order to drain a lake that once existed in what is now Kathmandu. Chobar’s gorge is thought to be that chopped-up part of the hill. After our tour of the Manjushree cave is over, we shall go to go somewhere else.

On the other side of the town’s end, Nagarkot will be our next stop. The Himalayas glow before dawn, and you can see some amazing sunsets. Nagarkot will be our stop to spend the night for the day. This will mark the end of day four.

Two significant destinations on the itinerary for today are close to Nagarkot. Today, we will travel to Panauti and Namobuddha. Namobuddha is a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage site. People think that Buddha may have resided in the area in a former life. This manifestation of Buddha is honored in Namobuddha’s monastery, also known as Namobuddha Stupa. According to folklore, a Buddha reincarnation cut himself to feed a ravenous Tiger.

The Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery is another place to visit in Namobuddha. It is another Buddhist stupa that offers breathtaking views of the Namobuddha rural area. We will travel around 15 km to get to Panauti, our next stop, after finishing our tour of Namobuddha. Being an ancient Newari settlement, Panauti has many fascinating religious, historical, and cultural monuments.

Durbar Square is one of Panauti‘s most well-known locations. It is largely an old royal residence similar to those in the Kathmandu Valley. There are many temples and courtyards, as well as traditional Newari artwork. Another historic location is the Indreshwar Mahadev temple. The temple honors the Hindu deity, Shiva. It also boasts a distinctive fusion of architectural design and beautiful woodwork. Aside from these two main objects of interest, the area’s street is quite lovely. They exhibit themselves in the classic Newari manner. Along with historic temples, the winding, tiny alleyways are home to lovely Newari-style homes. It’s really artistically attractive to stroll around the streets of Panauti.

Panauti will be the last stop of the day as we prepare to leave for Lumbini for day 6. We will head back to Kathmandu for the night.

Today we will leave Kathmandu to travel to the birthplace of Buddha, Lumbini. The place is located in the southern plains of Nepal. You ought to travel around 272 kilometers from Kathmandu to reach Limbini. It is believed Lord Buddha was born in around 623 BC to a Shakya royal family in this region. The place houses several artifacts and pilgrimage sites significant to the Buddhist community.

Reaching Lumbini from Kathmandu will be an 8-hour long drive. We will leave Kathmandu early in the morning and take the route of the Prithvi highway. We will reach Chitwan within 5 hours of the drive and 3 more hours till Lumbini. The drive will take you through the hills of Nepal and slowly downwards towards the plainlands of the south. The temperature will get slightly higher as you travel further.

After a whole day’s worth of road trip, Lumbini will welcome us. We will check into a hotel in the region and get well-needed rest after our travel. The next day will be awaiting us with fabulous to-visit sites and activities.

For today, we have several stops around Lumbini to visit. Lumbini, Buddha’s birthplace, has several establishments commemorating Buddha. One of the first sites is the Maya Devi temple which is believed to be where Buddha was born. This temple is housed within the sacred Mayadevi Pond. Mayadevi is believed to be the name of Buddha’s mother. Another site within Lumbini is the Ashoka Pillar, which was erected by an Emperor named Ashoka. People believe he built it in 3 BC to commemorate Buddha’s birthplace as a pilgrimage site. You will also find a Museum at Lumbini with historical artifacts and various valuable displays related to Lord Buddha.

Another stop during our Lumbini tour will be the Kapilvastu Museum. It is located in Tilaurakot. It houses various archaeological discoveries from ancient Kapilvastu. You can understand and learn about the Shakya kingdom, the ones that birthed Prince Siddhartha, who we revere as Buddha. Tilaurakot is also another significant place that represents the ancient Shakya dynasty. It holds the ruins of the ancient city and shows you the unique lifestyle and architecture of Kapilvastu.

We will also visit Taulihawa, which is another significant historic place. It houses Gotihawa, which people believe to be the birthplace of Krakuchanda Buddha. This is believed to be one of the incarnations of Buddha before Siddhartha Gautam. The place has a stupa and a Bodhi tree pilgrims consider sacred. Another spot in Taulihawa is Niglihawa which is another archaeological location. People believe another incarnation of Buddha, Kanakamuni Buddha, was born here. Our last spot for the day will be Ram Gram, a nearby stupa. It consists of very important Buddha relics and is significant among Buddhist pilgrims.

After we are done with our Lumbini excursion on day 7, we will return to Kathmandu on day 8. It will be the same 8-hour-long drive back to Kathmandu. We will slowly ascend up through winding roads from inner Terai up to the hills of Kathmandu. Reaching Kathmandu marks the end of our 8-day-long journey. We will bid farewell to our Buddhist tour in Nepal today.

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Cost Includes

  • Include Star Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Luxurious Hotel in Lumbini
  • Tickets or Entrance fees to various sightseeing spots & activities mentioned
  • Meals are often traditional Nepali cuisine or a combination of local and international dishes.
  • Covers ground transportation and pickoff/drop from and to airport.
  • Knowledgeable and experienced English-speaking
  • Covers sightseeing tours and activities as per the itinerary
  • Depending on the arrangement, the cost may include the services of a porter

Cost Excludes

  • International flight ticket and airport taxes are not included in the package.
  • Nepal visa fees are not included in the package.
  • Gratuities for guides and drivers are not included in the package.
  • Any expenses of a personal nature are not included in the package.
  • Travel/medical insurance and the cost of emergency evacuation are not included in the package.

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December 20, 2024 - December 27, 2024 $660
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December 21, 2024 - December 28, 2024 $660
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December 22, 2024 - December 29, 2024 $660
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December 23, 2024 - December 30, 2024 $660
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December 24, 2024 - December 31, 2024 $660
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December 25, 2024 - January 1, 2025 $660
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December 26, 2024 - January 2, 2025 $660
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December 27, 2024 - January 3, 2025 $660
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December 28, 2024 - January 4, 2025 $660
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December 29, 2024 - January 5, 2025 $660
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December 30, 2024 - January 6, 2025 $660
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December 31, 2024 - January 7, 2025 $660
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January 1, 2025 - January 8, 2025 $660
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January 2, 2025 - January 9, 2025 $660
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January 3, 2025 - January 10, 2025 $660
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January 4, 2025 - January 11, 2025 $660
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January 6, 2025 - January 13, 2025 $660
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January 7, 2025 - January 14, 2025 $660
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January 8, 2025 - January 15, 2025 $660
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January 9, 2025 - January 16, 2025 $660
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January 10, 2025 - January 17, 2025 $660
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January 11, 2025 - January 18, 2025 $660
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January 12, 2025 - January 19, 2025 $660
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January 13, 2025 - January 20, 2025 $660
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January 14, 2025 - January 21, 2025 $660
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January 15, 2025 - January 22, 2025 $660
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January 16, 2025 - January 23, 2025 $660
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January 17, 2025 - January 24, 2025 $660
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January 18, 2025 - January 25, 2025 $660
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January 19, 2025 - January 26, 2025 $660
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January 20, 2025 - January 27, 2025 $660
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January 21, 2025 - January 28, 2025 $660
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January 22, 2025 - January 29, 2025 $660
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January 23, 2025 - January 30, 2025 $660
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January 24, 2025 - January 31, 2025 $660
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January 25, 2025 - February 1, 2025 $660
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January 26, 2025 - February 2, 2025 $660
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January 27, 2025 - February 3, 2025 $660
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January 28, 2025 - February 4, 2025 $660
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January 29, 2025 - February 5, 2025 $660
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January 30, 2025 - February 6, 2025 $660
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January 31, 2025 - February 7, 2025 $660
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Buddhist Tour In Nepal
Group Discount Available
From $660
/ Adult
No. of person Price/Person
1 - 1 US$ 880
2 - 5 US$ 800
6 - 10 US$ 730
11 + US$ 660
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