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Religious Tour

Throughout the course of human civilization, people have acquired different faiths from culture to though there are all kinds of religious groups. The Kathmandu Valley has over 500 temples earning it the nickname, “City of Temples.” The Hindu God, Lord Shiva and the Buddha were both born in Nepal and are related to many deities. Many Hindus and Buddhist follow the tradition of cleansing their previous sins by visiting these holy shrines at least once in their lives. Both Hindus and Buddhists have some common beliefs, which promote harmony between the two groups. There are so many holy shrines famous for their religious significance as well as their architecture and art such as  Pashupatinath, Boddhanath, Shyambunath, Navaboddha, Daxaikali, Muknath, Gosaikunda and Lumbani. The religious tour in Nepal is a safe and easy way to understand our religions and culture better

Buddhist pilgrimage tour in Kathmandu, pokhara and lumbiani - 10 days

This tour brings you almost all important holy shrines of Buddhist and beautiful landscape, Mountain View, art & architectural places as well. In this tour you can have experience about its history, culture, belief and Buddhist art.

Hindu Pilgrimage tour around Kathmandu Valley, Manakaman and Pokhara and muktinath

This tour is designating especially Hindu Pilgrimage which takes you to most important holy shrines of Hindu in Nepal. During the tour, you are going to have ample of chance to learn about its History, spiritual belief and its art & architecture from your Tour guide eye witness.

Gosaikunda Pilgrimage Trek

The Gosaikunda is very popular in both Hindu and Buddhist Mythology.

Once upon time, Shiva went there with his wife then smoked weeds  then became thirsty and made pond to quench his thirst .During August many Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage visit  there for holy bath with pray. They have belief that once we have to take bath to clean our previous sin.