Nepal in Nepal

Nepal tour is our common package that is suitable for everyone. You will visit the heart of Kathmandu city with full of heritage sites and Pokhara, which is one of the most popular destinations for tourist in Nepal

Nepal Pilgrimage Tour

Kathmandu valley is known for its culture and the UNESCO would heritage sites combined with mixed tradition and spiritual practices in the region with diverse people living in the area.

Divinity of Nepal with Buddha

This tour offer beautiful Lumbini pilgrimage sites, Lumbini Garden, birth place of Gautam Buddha, Mayadevi Temple, Ashoka Pillar, several Buddhist monasteries, eternal lamp and beautiful landscape.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is one of the holiest pilgrimages for the Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bon.

Muktinath Yatra Package

Muktinath is a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Vale

Friday, 23 September 2016

How to Reach Muktinath....?



1. Easiest option is take a flight from Pokhara to Jomsom then hike for 7-8 hours from Jomsom

http://www.nepaltourism.net/nepal-pilgrimage-mission.html



















2. Trekking is another option all the way from Pokhara through Kali- Gandaki valley; it takes 7/8 days.
 



















3. These days the Bus & Jeep Services are available from Pokhara to Jomsom via Beni, Ghasa, Tato Pani, Tukuche, Marfa, it takes time about 10-11 hrs. There are only 4 WD jeep services after the Jomsom to Ranipauwa nearby Muktinath, it takes 2.30 hrs. The road is unpaved after Beni to Jomsom & Muktinath through the Kaligandaki river bank & hill area.

http://nepaltourism.net/muktinath-yatra.html



















4. Helicopter services are also available from Pokhara & Kathmandu. The sight of the bewildering Annapurana and Dhaulagiri ranges will enchant you as you approach towards Pokhara Valley by air or surface. The next morning when you discover the clear sky and views of mountain, you then discover you are on your special journey to the Muktinath.


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How to Reach Muktinath....?



1. Easiest option is take a flight from Pokhara to Jomsom then hike for 7-8 hours from Jomsom

http://www.nepaltourism.net/nepal-pilgrimage-mission.html



















2. Trekking is another option all the way from Pokhara through Kali- Gandaki valley; it takes 7/8 days.
 



















3. These days the Bus & Jeep Services are available from Pokhara to Jomsom via Beni, Ghasa, Tato Pani, Tukuche, Marfa, it takes time about 10-11 hrs. There are only 4 WD jeep services after the Jomsom to Ranipauwa nearby Muktinath, it takes 2.30 hrs. The road is unpaved after Beni to Jomsom & Muktinath through the Kaligandaki river bank & hill area.

http://nepaltourism.net/muktinath-yatra.html



















4. Helicopter services are also available from Pokhara & Kathmandu. The sight of the bewildering Annapurana and Dhaulagiri ranges will enchant you as you approach towards Pokhara Valley by air or surface. The next morning when you discover the clear sky and views of mountain, you then discover you are on your special journey to the Muktinath.


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Friday, 16 September 2016

The Living Goddess and Indra Procession in Indra Jatra



Festival Schedule 13th Sep -21 Sep 2016

Indra Jatra is named after King of God ‘Indra’, who is also the god of rain. All Hindus and Buddhist celebrate Indra Jatra to thank God Indra for his kindness. The festival lasts for eight days.
Nepal Festival Tour

On the third day of the festival of Indra Jatra, the living goddess Kumari is taken out in a procession in a chariot. “Kumari”, the “living goddess”, is considered to be an incarnation of the goddess “Taleju”. Chariots of Kumari, Ganesha and Bhairav are taken around the city for three days.
 The festival dedicated to Indra, the god of rain and king of heaven, is celebrated for eight days. During the celebrations, Lakhe dances are performed on the streets of Kathmandu. The dance is one of the most popular dances of Nepal with performers wearing Lakhe costume and masks.
  At first, Indra jatra festival was celebrated and observed by only Newar community, but now it has become a national festival. Both Hindu and Buddhist communities come together to celebrate this.
The festival of Indra Jatra is intimately linked to the harvest season as devotees give thanks to Indra for rains and good crops. This is one of Nepal's most vibrant festivals, marked by processions of masked dancers in the capital, Kathmandu. The celebrations usually last for eight days and the festival is celebrated by both Hindus and Buddhists.
Nepal Pilgrimage Tour


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