Pashupatinath Manakamana Muktinath Janakpur tour package





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Trip Highlight:

  • Visit UNESCO’s world heritage sites.
  • Observe Pashupati Aarati at the bank of the Bagmati river.
  • Visit Manakamana temple by Cable car with astounding views of mountain ranges and the flowing trishuli river.
  • Manakamana temple, the major pilgrimage destination for Hindus dedicated to Goddess Bhawani.
  • On the grounds of Muktinath Temple, take a holy bath in one of the two sacred ponds and the 108 stone taps.
  • Perform puja and rituals at the 3800-meter-high Buddhist and Hindu temple of Muktinath.
  • Visit popular destinations in Pokhara; Taal Barahi temple, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Bindabashini temple, Pudimkot, and Peaceful stupa.
  • Janakpur is a popular historical place that is the birthplace of Sita from Ramayan.


Pashupatinath Manakamana Muktinath Janakapur tour package is the ideal pilgrimage for Hindus, as well as for everyone who wishes to come and learn more about these many sites, including Pashupatinath, Manakamana, Muktinath, and Janakpur Dham. These excursions may rank among your life’s best experiences. You can learn more quickly about Muktinath, Pashupatinath, and Janakpur by taking the Pashupatinath, Manakamana, Muktinath, and Janakpur Tour. You can learn about the many ways of life, cultures, and traditions of various ecosystems, such as a valley, the Himalayan region, and the Terai region.

Nepal Hindu Religious Tour visits the most important Hindu holy sites in the country’s center and northwest. While paying tribute to Hindu pilgrims, the Nine-day journey also provides non-Hindu visitors with a thorough insight into Nepalese culture and traditions. Hinduism is one of the world’s oldest religions, and Nepalese society values it highly. Nepal has several temples, shrines, and other built structures that pay homage to Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Other numerous ponds, rivers, and mountains also hold immense religious significance.

Pashupatinath, Manakamana Muktinath Janakpur tour begins from Kathmandu where you observe Pashupati aarti on the bank of the Bagmati river. Aarati is a religious ceremony in which light from wicks soaked in ghee (purified butter) is offered to God. The Pashupatinath aarti begins when three priests perform the ritual by using oil lamps, lanterns, and other religious objects while reciting holy mantras.

Similarly, Manakamana is located midway between Kathmandu and Pokhara. The main Hindu pilgrimage site is the Manakamana Temple. Hindu pilgrims travel to the Manakamana Temple to worship the deities and Bhagwati. Hindus believe that if they go there, their desires would come true since “Mana” in Nepali means “heart” and “Kamana” means “wishes.”

Additionally, Muktinath tour takes you to major pilgrimage sites. One of the tallest temples in the world, Muktinath Temple, is situated in the Mustang area at a height of 3710 meters above sea level. This well-known shrine is a well-liked tourist attraction with lots of accommodations and shopping options. The forehead of Sati Devi, according to Hindu folklore, is said to have fallen here while she was traveling with Lord Shiva. Muktinath Temple is hence considered to be one of the 51 Shakti peethams.

Janakpur is the final destination of this Pashupatinath Manakamana Muktinath Janakpur trip. Janakpur is located in the Terai region of Nepal. It is believed that this place is the birthplace of Sita and she weds here with Lord Ram. Visit the exact locations referenced in the great epic and learn about local legends as well. Learn more about the Ramayana, a famous and beloved Hindu epic, as well as its historical significance here. Janakpur is also referred to as “the City of Ponds with more than 70 ponds dotted in its beautiful surroundings.

Vehicle Nepal is the registered company belonging to Graceful Adventure. As a company, we assure you that we provide the best itinerary as per your preference. We can provide every during your trip to Nepal. Our company can manage accommodation, accessibility, and amenities facilities for our guests. From the time you arrive at the airport until you depart, we will be with you.


Visa Process in Nepal

Except for Indian citizens, every traveler seeking to visit Nepal must get a Nepal visa. At the time of entry, a permit for Nepal may be requested. Before you travel to Nepal, you may need access to some countries. Make sure your passport is still valid for at least six months after the date of the trip. If you plan to traverse Nepal, be careful to secure a multiple-entry visa.

The cost of a Visa in Nepal is:

  • For 15 days= US$30
  • For 30 days= US$50
  • For 90 days= US$125




  • Day 1-Arrival in Nepal and aarti in Pashupatinath

    Welcome to Nepal, Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, which lies in the capital city of Nepal. Our company representative will be there to receive you at the Airport with the holding board. You will then escort to the hotel preferred by you.  In the evening time, you’ll visit Pashupatinath. One of the most magnificent sights to see is Pashupati Aarati. On the banks of the Bagmati River, a rite known as Pashupati Aarati is performed.  Overnight in Kathmandu

  • Day 2-Drive to Pokhara via Manakamana

    You will leave the hotel after breakfast and travel through Manakamana to Pokhara. The cable car ride to Manakamana temple from Kurintar, the lowest station, only takes ten minutes. Manakamana is the name of the goddess who grants wishes.  You continue along the Prithvi Highway to Pokhara after viewing the Manakamana Temple. Pokhara is a city filled with lakes and stunning scenery. You will take a transfer to the hotel near Phewa Lake after you arrive in Pokhara. Overnight in Pokhara

  • Day 3-Drive to Jomsom from Pokhara

    Following breakfast, you’ll pack your bags and drive a jeep to the Jomsom. It’s going to be one of the hardest days of the journey after Beni because you have to traverse some challenging terrain. You might have to travel over a few winding paths, on graveled roads, or even off-road. It will be exciting to travel past waterfalls, cliffs, and valleys. The breathtaking mountain ranges of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Machhapuchre, and others can be seen along the journey. You’ll arrive in Jomsom after a 7-8 hour drive from Pokhara. The administrative center of the Mustang district is located in Jomsom, which is 2750 meters above sea level and on the Kali Gandaki River valley’s bank.  Overnight in Jomsom.

  • Day 4- Visit Muktinath and back to Pokhara

    You’ll travel to the Muktinath temple early in the morning. One of the tallest temples in the world is Muktinath. This well-known shrine is a well-liked tourist attraction with lots of accommodations and shopping options. In Muktinath, there are two holy ponds and 108 stone baths where you can bathe.  After exploring Muktinath temple, you’ll drive back to Pokhara via Tatopani. You reach Pokhara around a 7-8 hour drive from Muktinath. After arriving in Pokhara, you rest for a while. If you have time, you can also take a walk around the lake. Overnight at Pokhara.

  • Day 5-Explore Pokhara

    Pokhara is blessed with numerous natural beauty and lakes. It offers majestic views of mountain ranges including Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Hinchuli, and Dhaulagiri. It is the main gateway for trekking region in the Annapurna region.  On the 5th day of your trip, you’ll explore the popular tourist area in Pokhara. Following breakfast, you’ll travel to Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Davi’s fall, Bindabasini temple, Pudimkot, and Peaceful Stupa. After exploring these places, you’ll escort to your hotel. Overnight in Pokhara

  • Day 6-Drive to Janakpur

    Visit the Taalbarahi temple by boat which is situated in the middle of the Phewa lake. The two-storied pagoda temple dedicated to the goddess Durga is a Hindu holy place famous for marriages, puja, and other auspicious activities. After eating breakfast at the hotel, drive to Janakpur. You can reach Janakpur around a 9-hour drive from Pokhara.  Janakpur is a significant Hindu pilgrimage destination because of its link to the Ramayana, a Hindu epic. Goddess Sita is said to have been born here, and this is also where she wed Lord Ram. More than 70 ponds may be found in Janakpur, which is also known as the City of Ponds. Overnight in Janakpur

  • Day 7-Visit Janakpur and overnight at Chitwan 

    After breakfast early morning, explore the Janakpur. There are many places which you should explore on this trip. Visit Mithila Kingdom Janaki Nagari including the Janaki temple, Ram Sita Vivaha Mandap, Ratna Sagar temple, Shree Sankat Mochan temple, Ram Mandir, and Dhanusa Dham.   After exploring Janakpur, drive to Chitwan. Chitwan is famous for Chitwan National Park which is the oldest national park of Nepal and is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Once you reached the hotel get freshen up and have dinner. Then you’ll observe the Tharu culture dance which will be performed by the local people of the Tharu community. Overnight in Janakpur

  • Day 8-Activities in Chitwan drive back to Kathmandu

    Following breakfast, you’ll go on a jungle safari by jeep. You can see a variety of rare animals and vibrant birds in Chitwan National Park. However, the park, which is home to more than 700 different species of flora and fauna, has much more to offer than these. Sloth bears, leopards, deer, monkeys, crocodiles, and other animals may be visible during the jeep safari. Then you’ll back to Kathmandu following the Prithivi highway. With scenic views of mountain ranges, beautiful landscapes, and the flowing trishuli river you’ll reach Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Day 9-Final Departure

    This is your last day in Nepal. Following breakfast at your hotel, you can spend some free time exploring Kathmandu. Three hours before the time you need to board your flight, a representative from our office will escort you to the Kathmandu airport.

Essential info:

Varieties of accommodations are available during your trip to Nepal. You can have a wide range of hotels ranging from one-star to five-star. Accommodations are available with numerous like A/C, heaters, comfortable beds, attached bathrooms, Hot/Cold showers, wifi, and electrical facilities. We provide varieties of hotels from deluxe to luxurious. As per your preference, we can also manage a budget hotel for you.

Since Muktinath is a rural area, you will be accommodated in the teahouse and guest house. Teahouses never let you down, even though there are no five-star hotels in remote locations. There is a warm and welcoming room available. We have shared rooms available, but if you want, we can give you a separate room. When staying at teahouses, you will be attracted by the breathtaking surroundings. Hot showers, electricity, and wifi are all offered, though they are not always accessible. From us, you can expect friendly and outstanding hospitality.


Food is required everywhere. During your pilgrimage to Nepal, you can eat delicious food. You can choose between vegetarian and meat-based dishes based on your preferences. If you are a strict vegetarian, we can accommodate you, so you won’t have to worry. Depending on your preferences, which are indicated on the menu, you can order continental food. We provide Thai, Chinese, Indian, Nepali, Korean, Italian, and many other cuisines, depending on your tastes. The right ingredients and equipment are used in the preparation of these dishes by experienced and trained chefs.

We recommend that you try the organic and healthful Nepali cuisine served in the Muktinath region. You can enjoy a range of traditional Nepali dishes that Gurung people cook, flavoring them with herbal spices that give them a healthy flavor and taste. Despite the fact that these people are non-professional cooks, they still serve delicious and healthy cuisine with affection.



Yes, all foreigner except Indians needs a visa to enter Nepal. Passports must be valid for at least six months at the time of arrival into Nepal in order to be approved for a tourist visa. And also, some passport-size photos.

For 15 days= US$30

For 30 days= US$50

For 90 days= US$125

Most nationals can get an on-arrival visa at Tribhuvan International Airport.

Yes, Nepal is a safe country for travel. We always secure your safety first while in Nepal. We always provide a professional guide for you in a rural area of Nepal.

Yes, you can use your international debit card in Nepal.

Yes, there is an ATM facility in Nepal that you can use during your stay in Nepal.

The most famous pilgrimage sites in Nepal are; Muktinath temple, Manakamana temple, Pashupatinath temple, Janaki Mandir, Pathivara temple, and many other temples in Kathmandu and Pokhara city.

As per your preference, we can customize this pilgrimage tour package in Nepal for you.

Yes, we provide well-trained and professional tour guides who have lots of knowledge about the arts, crafts, monuments, places, local lifestyle, and architecture.

The road condition of Muktinath from Beni is off-road. But you don’t need to worry. We provide 4WD which is perfect for off-road travel that provides comfortable seats.

The Hindu community places a great deal of religious significance on the more than one hundred ponds that can be found in Janakpur. The Ganga Sagar, Parshuram Kunda, and Dhanush Sagar are three of these that are highly revered and deserving of notice.

Our representative will come to pick you up at the airport and will be standing with a plyboard of your name or company name.

It’s not compulsory to hire a guide during the city tour. But it’s better to hire a guide who has full knowledge about the monuments, history, architecture, arts, culture, and places. There are lots of religious places in Kathmandu, and Pokhara.

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