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Nepal Religious Tour Package

A well-planned religious journey to Nepal that includes visits to the country's major Hindu pilgrimage sites.

8 Days Price Start From: INR 75,000 Per Person

Tour Highlights

  • A private and customised trip.
  • Pashupatinath and Muktinath temple visit. 
  • Visit UNESCO's listed world heritage sites in Kathmandu.
  • A pilgrimage and nature sightseeing of Pokhara.
  • Lumbini visit: the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
  • Janakpur visit: the birthplace of Goddess Sita.

Trip Overview

Nepal, where a religious tour is not just about discovering the religious sites, but spirituality  intertwines with stunning nature, rich culture, and authentic interactions with local people. Our Nepal Religious Tour Package opens the sacred doors for you to get the same experience. It is designed to offer you an opportunity to witness the perfect harmony of different religions here in Nepal. It covers the major pilgrimage landmarks in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Besides that, incredible pilgrimage areas such as Pashupatinath, Muktinath, Lumbini, and Janakpur are included. All of these places are of significant cultural, historical, and religious value. In fact, this tour is best suited for people with religious interests, along with the beautiful mountain vistas and plains of Nepal.

A diverse landscape can be explored on this trip. In a short period, you will be visiting the lowlands as low as 74 m above sea level and mountains as high as 3800 m above sea level. In addition, the mid valleys, mountains, and plains make a perfect combo for the travellers, as it will be an amazingly insightful and fruitful trip in Nepal.

Cultural Heritage of Kathmandu 

Kathmandu Valley is one of the major attractions of the trip. The valley is the administrative capital and a culturally enriched place. The city with UNESCO listed world heritage sites boasts several durbar squares, ancient monuments, towering stupas, and captivating museums. You will be visiting religiously prominent sites in the valley, such as the Pashupatinath Temple, Jal Narayan, Patan Durbar Square, and Banglamukhi Temple. Even with their own religious importance, the pilgrimage of Pashupatinath is considered the greatest, having a significance embodied by the greatest god, Lord Shiva. In addition, in the heart of Kathmandu Valley, amidst the hustle and bustle of urban modernity, lies a sanctuary of historical and spiritual vibrancy. 

Birthplace of Gautam Buddha- Lumbini

In the plains of Nepal, Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Gautam Budhha. A tour of Lumbini is an exploration of Buddha's spirituality and enlightenment. The tour in Lumbini includes visits to Maya Devi Temple, Ashoka Pillar, Bodhi Tree, and several other international monasteries showcasing diverse architectural styles and cultural nuances. The core area welcomes you with the Maya Devi Temple, believed to be the exact birthplace of Buddha, and the serene Maya Devi Garden. If you have time, you can also participate in meditation sessions to enrich your experience. From this tour, you will gain a richer appreciation for Lord Buddha’s life and teachings in the spiritual heart of Lumbini. 

Religious landmarks of Pokhara 

Pokhara, known as the gateway to the Himalayas, is not only renowned for its natural beauty but also for its religious sites that add a spiritual dimension to its allure. Among various sightseeing options, you will explore Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Davis Falls, Bindhyabasini Temple, Taal Barahi Temple, and Phewa Lake. From the iconic Barahi Temple, accessible only by boat, to the hilltop Bindhyabasini Temple, Hinduism finds expression in vibrant colours and detailed architecture. On the other hand, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, housing a sacred Shiva Lingam, offers a unique experience within its depths. In each of these sacred sites, you will find a deeper connection with the spirituality of the destination itself and a renewed sense of purpose on your religious journey through Pokhara’s enchanted landscapes. 

High altitude holy shrine-Muktinath Temple

Muktinath Temple in the mustang district of Nepal lies at an altitude of 3770 metres, making it one of the highest altitude temples in the world. It is a sacred site for both Hindus and Buddhists, where Hindus consider it one of the eight holy pilgrimage sites for Viahnavites and Buddhists consider it one of the 24 Tantric Places. The Muktinath temple itself is an attraction, you can witness the intricate architecture and golden statue of Vishnu and experience the serenity of the holy site. The devotees take a bath through the 108 sprouts behind the temple and dip in the two sacred ponds, which are believed to cleanse the sins of those doing that ritual. Visiting the temple itself is believed to provide freedom from past sins, liberation, and Moksha. Besides Muktinath Temple, you will explore Jwala Mai Temple, nearby monasteries, fascinating mountain sights, and the incredible arid mountain valleys that the place has to offer. 

Historical significance of Janakpurdham

The city of Janakpurdham in Nepal's Dhanusa District is revered for its religious and historical importance, particularly in relation to the Hindu epic Ramayana. The Hindu pilgrimage site is significant as it is believed to be the birthplace of Goddess Sita, who was married to Lord Rama. Famous for its stunning Janaki Temple—a product of Mughal architecture—thousands of worshippers go to the city every year, but notably during the Vivaha Panchami celebration honouring Rama and Sita's marriage. Along with the main shrine, Janaki Temple, you will be blessed with visits to other religious sites such as Vivah Mandap, Ram Mandir, and Dhanush Sagar. Historically, it is a portal of myth and legend where the eternal bond between Ram and Sita continues to inspire generations to come. 

What makes this tour package religious?

Nepal is home to numerous sacred sites revered by Hindus, Buddhists, and other religious groups. This tour takes you on a journey through Nepal’s diverse religious landscape. Throughout the journey, witness the vibrant religious life of Kathmandu by visiting renowned Hindu temples and experiencing the diverse religious practices and traditions. In the serene beauty of Pokhara, wander around the religious sites accompanied by natural formations such as Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave and Bindhyabasini Temples. You will ascend to the high altitude pilgrimage site of Muktinath, worshipped by both Hindus and Buddhists, where you will receive blessings from Lord Vishnu and Jwala Mai. It delves into the heart of Nepal’s Buddhist heritage, encompassing renowned pilgrimage sites like Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. This location holds immense spiritual significance, serving as a focal point for prayer, meditation, and spiritual growth. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of Janakpur, the birthplace of Sita, and explore the magnificent temple, a holy site for Hindus.

This unique opportunity of the Nepal Religious Tour Package for 8 days fosters cultural understanding through interaction with local communities, offering a glimpse into the Nepali people's diverse religious practices and beliefs while enriching your understanding and appreciation for Nepal’s vibrant religious tapestry. This tour is ideal for pilgrimage travellers, covering the prominent religious sites in this holy country. However, the trip can be customised based on the traveller’s demands.

Trip Itinerary

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DAY 1

Kathmandu Arrival.

Arts Kathmandu
Not Included.

Your Arrival Time (?) Our office representative will meet and greet you at Kathmandu Airport and transfer you to your hotel.

At. 06:00 PM: In the evening, we will meet for a short briefing about your tour programme. If you are arriving late (after 4 p.m.), then we will have a briefing the next morning during breakfast. If any payment is due, then it will be collected during the briefing time.

Note: If you have an early flight to Kathmandu and have some free time this day, you can add some sightseeing as per your interest.

DAY 2

Kathmandu Sightseeing.

Arts Kathmandu
Breakfast Included.

At. 10:00 AM: After your breakfast at the hotel, you will participate in full-day sightseeing of Pashupatinath Temple, Jal Narayan, Patan Durbar Square, and Banglamukhi Temple. Your transportation will arrive at the hotel to pick you up for sightseeing. 

Firstly, you will start with Pashupatinath Temple, a sacred Hindu pilgrimage site dedicated to Lord Shiva. You will wander through the maze of the temple, surrounded by small shrines, each with its own religious significance. Then, you will drive towards Jal Narayan Temple. Take your time to appreciate the intricate details of the reclining statue of Lord Vishnu, its size, and the open air settings. You can have your lunch in between the sightseeing, according to your timing and nearby places of interest. 

Later in the afternoon, your next exploration will be at Patan Durbar Square, one of the three Durbar squares, where you will travel through the historical lane. After that, the final destination today will be Shree Banglamukhi Temple, which is about 600m from Patan Dhoka and a few minutes of walk from there. You can learn more about the temple’s history and significance while you observe the rituals and offerings made by the devotees. After your sightseeing, head back to your hotel and rest.

Pashupatinath Temple is the largest and holiest shrine for Hindus, dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple, situated on the bank of the Bagmati River, was built in the 5th century. It is represented by a four faced shiva-lingam housed in the main temple. There are around 492 temples, 15 Shivalayas (shrines of Lord Shiva), and 12 Jyotirlingas (phallic shrines) to explore. Although only Hindus are allowed to enter the temple, visitors can clearly see the temple and the activities performed on the temple premises from the eastern bank of the Bagmati river. A centre for Hindu pilgrimage, this temple hosts different major festivals such as Maha Shivaratri and pujas such as Rudra Abhishek and evening Aarti. Additionally, no entrance fee is charged for Indian nationals to enter the temple.

The Jal Narayan Temple, also known as Budhanilkantha Temple, is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is around 8 km north of Kathmandu at the base of Shivapuri Hill. The temple is famous for its large, reclining statue of Lord Vishnu resting on a bed of stone serpents in a pool of water. The temple is religiously significant for both Hindus and Buddhists. Unlike other Hindu temples, Budhanilkantha is an open-air shrine offering a unique and serene atmosphere. 

Patan Durbar Square, one of the three durbar squares in Kathmandu Valley, is 6 km southeast of Kathmandu. The square is an important example of Newari architecture, surrounded by prominent temples, palaces, courtyards, and statues. The Keshav Narayan Temple, which was built in the 17th century and dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, is a masterpiece of pagoda architecture. The temple is known for its nine roofed pagodas and its richly decorated interior. Other notable key attractions on the square are the Krishna Temple, the Taleju Temple, the Bhimsen Temple, and the Patan Museum. Wandering through the narrow alleys lined with traditional Newari houses, bustling markets selling handicrafts and souvenirs, and local shops showcasing local artisan’s work is an interesting sight to see. 

Shree Banglamukhi Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Banglamukhi, one of the ten Mahadivyas. The temple is located in Patan, Lalitpur. The temple is a two-story structure with a pagoda style roof. The main deity of the temple is a statue of Banglamukhi, which is made of stone. The temple is especially crowded on Thursdays, which is considered to be an auspicious day for worshipping Baglamukhi. 

Optional Activity: You can also take part in the thrilling Everest Mountain Flight. It is a sightseeing adventure flight that departs at 06:30 AM from Kathmandu airport to Kathmandu airport, a 1 hour flight that takes you to the stunning aerial view of Mt. Everest (8848 m) and several other mountains such as Lhotse (8516 m), Kanchenjunga (8586 m), Shishapangma (8027 m), Nuptse (7881 m), Ganesh (7422 m), and Chamlang (7319 m). 

DAY 3

Fly to Lumbini, Lumbini Sightseeing.

Bodhi Red Sun
Breakfast Included.

At. 08:00 AM: Today is another sightseeing day as you proceed for your flight to Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, after your breakfast. It takes a 30 minutes of flight to reach Bhairahawa from Kathmandu and a 30-40 minute drive from Bhairahawa airport to Lumbini.

At. 10:00 AM: In Lumbini, you will see the Mayadevi temple, the main shrine of Lumbini. Inside the temple, you will observe the Marker Stone, the Nativity Sculpture, and various structure ruins. Besides that, visit Ashok Pillar, Bodhi Tree, and several other attractive monasteries around the main temple. As you explore the sites, you can feel the serene atmosphere signified by the sites. 

At 05:00 PM: Once your sightseeing ends, you will drive back to Bhairahawa towards your hotel. 

Maya Devi Temple, considered the heart of Lumbini, marks the exact spot where Queen Maya Devi is believed to have given birth to Gautam Buddha. The temple is surrounded by a serene garden, which houses a marker stone indicating the exact birthplace. The temple’s architecture is simple yet elegant, reflecting its spiritual significance. 

The Ashoka pillar stands beside Maya Devi Temple as a historical testament to the site’s significance. Dating back to the 3rd century BCE, this pillar bears the inscriptions of Emperor Ashoka, marking his pilgrimage to Lumbini and embracing Buddhism. 

Bodhi Tree, located next to Maya Devi Temple, is a sacred peepal tree that stands tall, replicating the tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment in Bodh Gaya. Pilgrims offer prayers seeking spiritual inspiration and tie prayer flags to their branches, creating a vibrancy of colours.

DAY 4

Fly to Pokhara, Pokhara Sightseeing.

White Pearl
Breakfast Included.

At. 09:00 AM: Once you have your breakfast, you will fly to Pokhara from Bhairahawa, which will be a 20 minute flight.

At. 10:00 AM: Check in, freshen up, and get ready for your sightseeing tour of Pokhara. Today's sightseeing schedule will take you to the most natural and culturally significant landmarks in Pokhara. Your tour begins with a visit to Davis Falls, locally known as Patale Chhango. Witness the powerful force of the fall while soaking yourself in its beauty. Next, you’ll explore the mystical Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, which is a short walk from Davis Falls. You will see the artistic formation of the cave as the beautiful waterfall cascades down and cuts through the cave. Your tour continues with a visit to the Bindhyabasini Temple, a sacred temple dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati, an incarnation of Durga. Witness the religious significance as you see the locals as well as Hindu devotees involved in different rituals. As for the last stop today, you’ll be taken to the Taal Barahi Temple, located in the middle of the Phewa Lake. To reach the temple, you will have to take a boat. Here, you can see the different rituals and pujas done by the devotees around the temple. If you’re on time, you can also witness the evening aarti session of the Barahi Temple. After your sightseeing, you will be escorted back to your hotel. In the evening, you can explore the city on your own, relax in the lakeside vibe, and have a delicious dinner accompanied by the night view of the lake. 

Davis Falls, also known as Patale Chhango, is an amazing waterfall in Pokhara Valley that is nearly 500 feet long and runs 100 feet below ground level. According to local old people, on July 31, 1961, a Swiss couple named Davi went swimming, but the woman drowned in a pit. From that day on, the place was known as Davis Falls.

Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, one of the longest caves in Nepal, is nearly 3 km long. There are some walls dripping water inside the cave, and about 40 metres in, you can see the statue of Lord Shiva. At the end of the cave, you will be mesmerised by the Davis Falls cutting through the cave. 

Bindhyabasini Temple is situated on a hilltop, 3000m above sea level. This religious place for Hindus living in the Pokhara region is devoted to the goddess Bhagwati, an incarnation of Durga. Goddess Durga, also known as Kali Mata, is the symbol of a bloodthirsty goddess. Many people come here to worship and sacrifice animals.

Phewa Lake is the second-largest lake in Nepal. It covers an area of about 4.43 sq km with an average depth of about 8.6 metres and a maximum water depth of 19 metres. The reflection of Mount Annapurna can be seen on Phewa Lake. Another attraction of this lake is Taal Barahi Temple, a pagoda-style temple on an island in the middle of Phewa Lake.

DAY 5

Fly to Jomsom, Drive to Muktinath Temple.

Om's Home
Breakfast Included.

At. 06:30 AM: Today you will take an early morning flight to Jomsom from Pokhara, which is about 15-20 minutes of flying time. Check-in at the hotel in Jomsom, have your breakfast there, and drive to Muktinath by private jeep. 

The distance between Jomsom and Muktinath is around 23 km, which takes around 1-2 hours to drive to reach the vehicle station in Muktinath. Explore the sacred site, witness the religious practices, or take a purifying dip in the 108 watersprouts behind the temple. You will find various restaurants around the base of the temple where you can have your lunch. 

Note: After getting off the Jeep, you have to walk up for 30 minutes to reach the temple from the Jeep park. You can also choose to hire a pony on your own, which costs somewhere around INR 600 for a two-way ride.

After Darshan and Pooja, drive back to Jomsom for a night's stay. If you have time, you may visit the Mustang Eco-Museum on your own. Located near the airport, this museum houses ancient objects and manuscripts relating to Tibetan culture, herbs, and medicine. Or you can also take a walk to the local attraction, Dhumba Lake, which is at a distance of 3.6 km and takes around 2 hours to walk from Jomsom. The lake is famous for its natural and religious significance.

DAY 6

Fly to Kathmandu, Bhaktapur Sightseeing.

Arts Kathmandu
Breakfast Included.

At. 07:00 AM: Today, early in the morning after breakfast, you will fly back to Pokhara. There will be a connecting flight from Pokhara that will take you back to the Kathmandu valley.

Note: Flights from Jomsom to Pokhara depend on the weather. We will arrange a private 4WD Jeep for you if your flight is cancelled. Group size will affect Jeep costs. Driving back, you must pay a TIMS permission charge (INR 1000 per person) at the checkpoint.

At. 11:30 AM: You can start your Bhaktapur sightseeing straight from the airport or also visit after checking in at the hotel and a short refreshment. It will be a half-day of sightseeing around Bhaktapur. Explore around the square and appreciate the unique historical and cultural heritage of the square. You will have various restaurants suitable for you to have your lunch at. You can have your lunch around the square, which provides a variety of restaurants and eateries with authentic Newari cuisines and other national/continental cuisines catering to your needs. Besides Bhaktapur Durbar Square, you will also visit Doleshwor Mahadev and Kailashnath (Tallest Mahadev Statue). In Doleshwor, you can witness and, if you wish, participate in the Hindu worship rituals. Kailashnath Shiva Statue, which is about 8 km from Bhaktapur, offers a breathtaking view of Kathmandu Valley with a leisurely stroll through the well maintained garden surrounding the statue. 

At. 04:00 PM: After your sightseeing, your transportation service will escort you back to your hotel. 

Optional Activity: You can also participate in pottery activities in the pottery square of Bhaktapur. Here, local shops let you create your own pottery items and take them home at a cheap price. Involving yourself in this activity will be a unique experience for you.

Bhaktapur, also known as Khwopa, is approximately 13 km east of Kathmandu. The major highlights of Bhaktapur Durbar Square include Nyatapola Temple, 55-Window Palace, Golden Temple, and Dattatreya Temple, demonstrating the artistic and architectural talent of the Malla era. The Pokharis, such as Siddha Pokhari, Napukhu, and Kamalpokhari, add charm to this site. Moreover, it is famous for its pottery and handicrafts, and the surrounding area of the durbar soiree is dotted with local shops selling traditional pottery, wood carvings, and handicrafts.

Doleshwor Mahadev is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located in the south eastern part of Bhaktapur district, which is also believed to be the head part of Kedarnath, located in Uttarakhand, India.

Kailashnath Mahadev Statue is the tallest statue of Lord Shiva and is located in Sanga, 20 km from Kathmandu. The statue is 144 feet (44 m) in height, and was made using copper, zinc, concrete, and steel. The statue depicts Lord Shiva in a standing posture, holding a trishul and damaru in his hands.

DAY 7

Fly to Janakpur, Back to Kathmandu.

Arts Kathmandu
Breakfast Included.

At. 08:00 AM: Have your breakfast at the hotel in Kathmandu and start your drive to Kathmandu airport for your flight to Janakpur. It takes around 30 minutes by flight to reach Janakpur. Our representative will pick you up from Janakpur airport and escort you to the Janaki temple for your exploration. In Janakpur, you will visit the main shrine, Janaki Temple, and offer your prayers to Goddess Sita, or you can just participate as an observer to witness the daily ritual performed by the priests. You can also take your time to appreciate the architectural beauty of the temple, which is an attraction in itself. The temple is vast and encompasses other smaller shrines dedicated to different deities. Along with the temple, visit religious sites such as Vivah Mandap, Ram Mandir, and Dhanush Sagar

At. 4:00 PM: Your sightseeing will be completed by 4 PM, and you will drive back to Janakpur airport for your flight back. Our vehicle will escort you back to the hotel from the airport. You can use your evening time for shopping and self exploring around Thamel, a major tourist hub where you can find diverse local shops, restaurants, and cafes. You can have your dinner in the area as per your interest. 

Janaki Temple is one of the holiest Hindu temples in Nepal, dedicated to Goddess Sita, who is believed to have been born in Janakpur. The temple is a three-story structure with a large courtyard. The sanctum of the temple houses the idol of Sita, which is made of black stone. The temple is visited by thousands of Hindu and Jain pilgrims every year. 

The Vivah Mandap is a wedding hall located in Janakpur within the Janaki temple complex. It is believed to be the site where Ram and Sita were married, which is a small, octogonal structure with a domed roof. The walls of the mandap are decorated with paintings depicting the wedding of Ram and Sita. 

Ram Mandir, another important temple in Janakpur, is dedicated to Lord Rama. It is a pagoda style temple that generally bears resemblance to Mughal architecture. The temple is especially vibrant during the festival of Ram Navami, where the temple is decorated with flowers and lights to commemorate Rama’s birth. 

Dhanush Sagar is a sacred pond located near the Janaki Temple. According to Hindu mythology, it is the place where King Janaka, Sita’s father, found Lord Shiva’s divine bow, which eventually led to the famous Sita Swayamvar, where Rama broke the bow and won Sita’s hand in marriage. Devotees visit this pilgrimage site as a mark of respect and devotion to this divine couple.

DAY 8

Transfer to Airport.

Breakfast Included.

As you enjoy your last breakfast at the hotel, the time to go back is already here. You can have some time of your own or add some additional activities until your flight time. Our company representative will escort you to the Kathmandu airport 3 hours before your flight. Have a safe journey back! It will be our pleasure to be part of your journey if you want to extend your stay in Nepal.

Package Costs

With 3 Star Hotels

Group Size Package Cost
2-3 Person INR 75,000 PP
4-5 Person  INR 73,000 PP
6-9 Person INR 70,000 PP
10-12 Person INR 68,000 PP
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With 4 Star Hotels

Group Size Package Cost
2-3 Person INR 85,000 PP
4-5 Person  INR 83,000 PP
6-9 Person INR 80,000 PP
10-12 Person INR 78,000 PP
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With 5 Star Hotels

Group Size Package Cost
2-3 Person INR 95,000 PP
4-5 Person  INR 93,000 PP
6-9 Person INR 90,000 PP
10-12 Person INR 88,000 PP
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Cost Includes

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off.

  • Private vehicle with A/C for all mentioned transfers and sightseeing.

  • All (7 nights) hotel accommodations are based on double-sharing deluxe rooms.

  • Kathmandu to Bhairahawa, Bhairahawa to Pokhara and Pokhara to Kathmandu transfer by domestic flight.

  • Pokhara to Jomsom and Jomsom to Pokhara transfer by domestic flight.

  • Kathmandu to Janakpur and Janakpur to Kathmandu transfer by domestic flight.

  • Jomsom to Muktinath temple transfer by private jeep/car.

  • Daily breakfast at the hotel.

  • All local taxes and fees.

  • ACAP permit to visit Muktinath temple.

  • Driver's salary, allowance, fuel cost and toll taxes.

  • Sufficient amount of mineral water during your trip.

Cost Excludes

  • Nature of personal expenses.

  • Lunch and Dinner are excluded.

  • Sightseeing entrance fees. (Approx. 1000 Per Person)

  • Services that aren't mentioned above.

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  • Is a visa required for an Indian to visit Nepal?

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  • Can we customize the trip according to our choice and preferences?

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  • When is the best time to visit Nepal?

    One can visit Nepal anytime throughout the year for a short visit. Those who are looking for a longer duration may schedule a plan according to their preference and type of trip. Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) are the major tourist seasons, also the best time to visit in Nepal. But to avoid a high crowd travelers can schedule their visit 15 days early or late during these seasons. People who do love the monsoon season can visit between June to August. And those who seek a chilled winter and some snow above the mountains can plan their trip between December to February.

  • What are the major activities that I can do in Nepal?

    There are so many optional activities to do in Nepal. Some of the major activities and the cost is given below for your reference.

    Note: The activity cost may change anytime by the operators.

    Activity Name

    Activity Cost 

    Everest Mountain Flight 

    INR 10,500 PP

    Rafting in Trishuli River

    INR 3000 PP

    Paragliding in Pokhara 

    INR 5000 PP

    Ultra-Light flight in Pokhara 

    INR 11,000 PP 

    Zip-Flying in Pokhara

    INR 4500 PP

    Bungee Jump in Kushma

    INR 7500 PP

    Bungee Jump in Pokhara

    INR 5000 PP

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour from Kathmandu

    USD 1200 PP

    Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour from Pokhara

    USD 500 PP

    Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour from Kathmandu

    USD 500 PP

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