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Trip Duration

9 days

Nature of Trip


Maximum Altitude

2100 meters

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Best Seasons

Mar-Jul, Aug-Dec


Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner





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  • A visit to the nunnery of Pharping named Ani Gumba to explore the Pharping monastery and observe the nun’s life.
  • A visit to Swayambhunath and Boudhanath in Kathmandu
  • An eventful visit to the auspicious and sacred Buddhist temple, Matepani Gumba Hyangja Tibetan Refugee Camp in Pokhara.
  • Sightseeing is one of the eight peace pagodas in Pokhara, known as the World Peace Pagoda.
  • Explore the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini, and Ashoka stupa and often participate in meditation sessions.
  • Visit Tilaurakot.

Overview of Nepal Buddhist Tour

Nepal Buddhist tour, The Buddhist pilgrimage isn’t complete without traveling to Nepal. Buddhism is about spirituality and fundamental insight into living a simple life. Nepal is the birthplace of the founder of Buddhism and the Light of Asia, “Lord Gautam Buddha.

” Hence, a Nepal Buddhist tour will take you to Nepal’s serene Buddhist pilgrimage sites, also famous globally. Are you planning to visit Nepal in a Buddhist area in 2024 and 2025?

You can explore and learn more about Nepal’s sacred Buddhist pilgrimage sites. Even as a non-follower of Buddhism, you can spend classical time in Buddhist communities. However, a Buddhist tour in Nepal by a non-Buddhist person is also the best way to embrace the richness and serenity of the religion.

Chants and prayers in Nepal’s monasteries, Gumbas, and stupas will give you mental peace. Burning natural incense, the magic of healing sounds, and fluttering prayer flags in the air are famous symbols of the Buddhist Tour.

Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lumbini are a famous list of Buddhist locations. Like Swayambhunath, Bouddhanath, and Ashan Bihar in Kathmandu. World Peace Stupa, Matepani, gumba, in Pokhara, and the Birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam Buddha was in LUMBINI.

You will visit these places and other Gumbas while you are traveling Buddhist Tour in Nepal. The terms look at more Buddhist people, communities, philosophies, and cultures. You may book this Tour because of Buddhism’s historical, religious, spiritual, and cultural aspects in Nepal.

Excellent Buddhist tour vision in Nepal

While the world seeks peace, you can find peace in this Buddhist Tour of Nepal. Many Buddhist people believe that Buddhism isn’t a religion but a philosophy. There are many followers of Buddhism in Nepal and the world. Most Buddhist people primarily reside in the Himalayan region of Nepal.

The four noble truths and eightfold path are the words of Buddha. During your trip, you can observe Buddhists closely following it as a ritual in Nepal. Your fascination with the sacred places for Buddhists will go up on your Tour. Your holy journey will start from Kathmandu.

Swayambhunath, known as the “Monkey Temple,” holds religious, spiritual, and historical importance in Kathmandu. Kathmandu has Boudhanath, and Namo Buddha monasteries are famous for Buddhist philosophy.

Similarly, Pharping Monastery, Matepani Gumba, and Hyangja Gumba are famous Buddhist Gompas outside the Kathmandu valley. You will visit all these places in Pokhara with arresting views of Phewa Lake, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Mt. Annapurna Himalayan range, and the beauty of Pokhara.

However, Lumbini is the leading destination for Buddhist people in Nepal. On the southern outskirts of the Kathmandu valley, there is a sacred site for Buddhists, Pharping Monastery. Around 200 monks reside and study Buddhism in this Monastery.

This peaceful and calm place offers a break for visitors. You can do meditation, study Buddhist philosophy, or experience a monastic life for a day or more.

Besides the monastery area is the Vajrayogini temple, famous for Newar Buddhists. You can also visit the Yanglesho cave, a small retreat near the Monastery. Pharping Monastery is a renowned institution for young monks who want to live a monastic life.

Additional Activities for during the Tour (options)

Meditation program at the Kapan Monastery, although not included in our standard itinerary, you can opt to enroll in the meditation program at Kapan Monastery. There are meditation courses available, which range from 5 days to 10 days, depending on your schedule.

During these times, you will taught Tibetan meditation techniques and knowledge about Buddhism. Please inquire with us for more details and learn about available dates for enrolment.

Tibetan Healing

Ancient Tibetan practices for cleansing the mind and negative energy have been a popular form of activity. Various locations in Kathmandu provide these services. Tibetan healing mainly includes Tibetan medicines, Acupressure and Massage, Moxibustion, Hot stone therapy, and several other techniques. Please inquire with us for more details and learn about available dates for enrolment.

Itinerary of Nepal Buddhist Tour

We are a Buddhist tour operator based in Kathmandu, Nepal. According to your itinerary in Nepal Buddhist tour packages, we’ll provide you with an English, Chinese, Spanish, Hindi, French, and German-speaking guide. We suggest you let us know what type of guide you are looking for during the tour.

We are happy to provide you with just a guide and vehicles without hotels in every place on your tour. Please enjoy the given itinerary and contact us by email or WhatsApp at +977 9851033819.

The 9 days of Buddhist tours created by Boundless Adventure entice prominent Buddhist landmarks in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lumbini. Ranging from centuries-old monasteries to revered stupas, these three places carry historical significance.


Day: 01 Arrival at the international airport


15 minutes







On the first day, you arrive in Kathmandu Valley. You will meet the staff of Boundless Adventure at Kathmandu International Airport.

Our representative will welcome you and transfer you to the hotel by private vehicle. You can take a rest during the daytime in the hotel. (Options) In the evening, the tour guide will deliver the information sessions where you’ll get an idea of the trip—overnight in the Hotel.

Arrival board of Boundless Adventure
Arrival board of Boundless Adventure Nepal

Day: 02 Sightseeing in Kathmandu


8 hours







Kathmandu Valley is famous as “the city of temples and monasteries.” Along with Hindu temples, you can find and explore different Buddhist monuments, stupas, and monasteries there.

You will experience the beautiful sight of the valley of Monkey Temple, Swayambhunath. Historically and religiously significant. Similarly, you may tour Kathmandu Durbar Square at the same time.

Boudhanath is very prominent for Buddhist beliefs, and the stupa stands in the middle of a Mandala.

You may find peace in your heart and mind here. Then, you will drive to the south region of Kathmandu, Pharping. The Pherping is famous for (Ani Gumpa) Ani Gumba is a famous nunnery only.

You can observe the nuns devoting their lives to their Buddhist history Overnight in the hotel in Kathmandu.

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Nepal Buddhist Tour Photo

Day: 03 3) Namobuddha and Kapan Monastery Exploration


5 hours







About 40 kilometers drive eastward via Araniko Highway takes you to Dhulikhel. B.P. highway diverges from Dhulikhel headed southbound.

After 20 kilometers from Dhulikhel via B.P highway and you reach the tranquil monument of Namo Buddha. Also known as Namura Hill, a huge monastery has been built atop the hill. This place is a sacred site for Buddhists owing to its religious history.

Reincarnation of Gautam Buddha, Mahasattva is believed to have sacrificed himself to feed tiger cubs at this location. The space resembles typical Buddhist heritage with a silent ambiance and architecturally magnificent Gumpa sitting at the top of a hill.

Many monks reside in the nearby Vihars and offer their prayer at this Gumba. We return to Kathmandu after lunch and then head toward the next destination, Kapan monastery.

Another prominent Buddhist revered site is the Kapan Monastery. It is located about 15 kilometers from downtown Kathmandu.

This site is popularised for its spiritual retreats and school for Tibetan Buddhism. Kapan monastery follows the teaching of the Gelug tradition, similar to one taught by the Dalai Lama.

This monastery is located in the Kapan area on top of a hill overlooking the Shivapuri forest to its north.

As with any other monastery, this Gumba is beautifully built with intricate carvings. Also, Shiny golden color and Tibetan architecture. We stay at the monastery for the early evening prayer procession and return to our hotel for an overnight stay.


Day: 04 4) Fly to Lumbini and Explore


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Your guide will wake you up early in the morning for your flight to Lumbini. We drive to Tribhuvan International Airport, the domestic terminal, and board the flight toward Lumbini.
As you take off from Kathmandu, you will have a wide-angled gaze at the capital city. The Himalayan Mountains shimmer with white snow to your right.

We head westbound from Kathmandu and fly for another 30 minutes to land at Gautam Buddha International Airport, Bhairahawa.
Bhairahawa is a city that borders India to its south. We take a vehicle and head towards our hotel in Lumbini.

After you lunch at the hotel, we begin our sightseeing of Lumbini. Lumbini is a religious site for Buddhists, as Siddhartha Gautam (Gautam Buddha) was born here.

Mayadevi temple stands in the middle of the Lumbini site, marking the evidence of the exact point of his birth. A small pond resides near this temple. The excavated remains of the ancient palace of Kapilvastu are still visible today.

The area provides a serene and quaint ambiance. The Lumbini site beholds several monasteries built by various Buddhist nations: Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, China, and others.

There are other points of attractions located within the site, like a water pond, a white peace pagoda, and a natural fire that has been burning for ages. We returned back to our hotel for a warm evening.


Day: 05 5) Explore at Tilaurakot and Overnight


6 hours







After your breakfast at the hotel, we unfold another significant Buddhist site located 20 kilometers west of Lumbini. Tilaurakot is believed to be the palace of Siddartha Gautam.

This site is located beside the local town of Taulihawa, Which is believed to be the maternal palace of Gautam Buddha. The remains in the area suggest the palace had been erected before 500 BCE.

There are lots of excavation works underway at Tilaurakot. It is the capital city of the Sakya dynasty. Siddartha Gautam stayed in Tilaurakot palace before sacrificing his materialistic life and becoming Buddha as we know it today.

There are ancient ruins and various modern-day Buddhist monuments built on and around this site.

We will return back to Lumbini after the guided tour of Tilaurakot. You have the rest of the day leisure to wander on your own. We stayed at the hotel in Lumbini for the night.


Day: 06 Drive to Pokhara, overnight


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our days in Lumbini end with the beginning of a scenic drive toward the bustling city of Pokhara.

From Lumbini, we first merge with Siddhartha Highway at Bhairahawa. We take the road heading northbound, traversing via the dense town of Butwal.

From here, we reach the crossroad with the eastern road headed for Chitwan and the northern road headed towards Pokhara. Siddhartha Highway is a narrow roadway with numerous hairpin bends all along. It covers a total distance of 180 kilometers, ending at Pokhara.

After 2 hours of riding, we reached the newar town of Palpa. We move further, going through the Syangja district via its headquarters, Waling. The road, while small, is still scenic, traversing via high hills located in and around.

After 4 hours of drive from Palpa, we reach Pokhara.

Panoramic vistas of the Annapurna Mountains welcome us as we step into Pokhara. We will be escorted to our hotel in Lakeside, Pokhara, for the night.


Day: 07 7) Explore at Pokhara and overnight


6 hours







Pokhara is stationed in the lap of gigantic Annapurna massifs. If the weather is clear enough, you will have an alluring gaze at these towering massifs from your hotel room itself.

Pokhara has a humid weather for the most of the year. The Phewa Lake, located in the city’s outskirts, provides a natural ambiance in Pokhara.

We start by visiting the famous Peace Pagoda stupa located above the hill right next to Phewa Lake. This stupa stands as a symbol of tranquility, unity, and global peace.

It resembles the white stupa you have earlier seen in Lumbini. There is a huge garden in the yard of this stupa. 4 statues of Buddha are embedded in the stupa, which sits meditating in all directions.

The serene view seen from this stupa will take your breath away. You will have panoramic views of Annapurna massifs consisting of Machapuchare (Fishtail) (6,993 m), Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna II (7,937m), Annapurna III: Altitude – (7,555 m) and Annapurna IV (7,525 m).

We descend to Pokhara City from the Peace Pagoda and head for Matepani Gumba. Matepani Gumba is located on the outskirts of Pokhara.

It’s at most 10 minutes drive from Phewa Lake to reach this Gumba. This Tibetan Buddhist monastery is known for its intricate architecture, colorful prayer flags, and peaceful surroundings.

It provides a serene environment for meditation and reflection. We returned back to our hotel in the evening for our stay.


Day: 08 8) Drive to Kathmandu, overnight


3 to 4 hours







We begin an early morning drive towards Kathmandu from Pokhara. We leave the core of Pokhara city and start our exit from the Kaski district.

The road merges at Prithvi Chok and from there begins Prithvi Highway. We pass via numerous small highway-side towns located along the road. We enter Tanahun district and reach Mugling after 3 hours of driving.

we follow along the Trishuli River headed eastward From Mugling. The road takes up the river basin space and is full of curvy bends. Our vehicle will drop us off at Kathmandu. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.


Day: 09 Departure to International Airport.


20 minutes


Not in schedule





We will have your vehicle ready at the gate of the hotel for your international departure. Your drive will drop you off at Tribhuwan International Airport to bid farewell.

What's Included?

  • Pick up and drop off from the international and domestic airport by private a/c vehicle.
  • Three stars Hotel in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lumbini with breakfast according to the itinerary.
  • Three times meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Fully guided tour.
  • From Your Hotel to the Domestic airport by private Car.
  • From Kathmandu to Lumbini by plane.
  • Domestic Airport Tax.
  • From Lumbini Airport to Lumbini Hotel by Car.
  • Tilaurakot Exploring by Car.
  • From Lumbini to Pokhara and Pokhara by Car.
  • Salary food, accommodation for a guide
  • Government tax
  • Pokhara sightseeing by Car.
    Note: Ground transportation by car, Van, and Bus according to the size of the group.

What's Excluded?

  • Hard and soft drinks.
  • Personal expenses and shopping
  • Tips and Donations.
  • Anything extra is not included in the list above (e.g., Extra accommodation, food, and drinks).

Essential Information - Nepal Buddhist Tour

UNESCO has listed sites

1. Swayambhunath, Buddhist tour

Swayambhunath, to the west of Kathmandu Valley, is an ancient religious site on the top of a hill. It’s also known as ‘Monkey Temple,’ foretold in many mythological stories. It is a sacred Buddhist temple but is also popular among Hindus.

Swayambhunath stupa has giant eyes and eyebrows with symbolic meanings. The word ‘Swayambhu’ means self-created. The parts of the stupa have different purposes where. The dome signifies the whole world. The eyes represent ‘wisdom and compassion, and the curled nose symbolizes unity. History says a ruler inside Kathmandu Valley found it around the Lichhavi period. Even Emperor Ashoka built a monument that later.

2. Boudhanath

Boudhanath is a big white dome between a giant Mandala with a big pair of huge eyes that symbolize a beacon of peace. Many tourists come just for a visit or as a pilgrim to this 14th-century-built Buddhist stupa.

This spectacular Buddhist site became the pilgrimage center for many centuries and is still notable. People gather here to see the grand view of the site. They offer peace and prayers through lights, butter candles, chants, etc. The prayer flags, wheels, and monks will give you spiritual vibes. You will observe the serenity in the aura and air of this place.

 3. Namo Buddha

Namo Buddha is on the outskirts of the valley, particularly to the southeast of a valley surrounded by the Tamang community. It would be best if you drove for a few hours to get to this place.
At an elevation of around 1750m, it is perfect for a short hike, meditation, and watching the beautiful sunrise and sunset. Along with the magnificent view of the mountain peak, this Buddhist site is an important pilgrimage site.

Legend says that the Namo Buddha stupa was built on the bones of the Prince, who offered himself to a hungry tigress to save her and her cubs. The vital lesson for any individual on the learning path is to overcome compassion and help without hesitation. The same thing happened to the Prince; hence, this Monastery is prominent for all Buddhist followers.

4. Kapan Monastery

Kapan monastery on the outskirts of Kathmandu Valley is well-known for preaching Buddhism to practitioners. You can visit the Monastery and take a look around every Saturday. Otherwise, it doesn’t allow the public to enter on other days of the week.

This Monastery accommodates around 400 monks and teaches them to get a monastic life. It’s an excellent place to learn more about Buddhism and its philosophy, as you can interact with monks and use their library.

5. Pharping Monastery

On the southern outskirts of the Kathmandu valley, there is a sacred site for Buddhists, Pharping Monastery. Around 200 monks reside and study Buddhism in this Monastery.

This peaceful and calm place offers a break for visitors. You can do meditation, study Buddhist philosophy, or experience a monastic life for a day or more. Along with running the Monastery, there is a small hotel near it. The hotel helps with the expenses of the Monastery.

Besides the monastery area is the Vajrayogini temple, famous for Newar Buddhists. You can also visit the Yanglesho cave, a small retreat near the Monastery. Pharping Monastery is a renowned institution for young monks who want to live a monastic life.

Buddhist Monestry in Pokhara.

1. Matepani Gumba

Legend says that the Tibetan king, who used a sacred sword to slay demons, lost his sword in Matepani, Pokhara. Since then, it has been a holy and auspicious place.

The Monastery has beautiful architecture and marvelous art on the wall. Though it has its own mythological story, people only found the Monastery in 1960 AD.

Monks perform daily and special rituals at the end of the day. You might observe the rare tradition if you have a friend there. Walking up to the gumba, you will see the spectacular view of Mount Machhapuchhre and the serene environment.

  2. World Peace Stupa

World Peace Stupa is one of the significant attraction locations in Pokhara. The stupa is one of the eight peace stupas built by a monk of Nipponzan-Myohoji. Four statues from different places signify different yet sacred meanings: special pujas and daily Buddhist rituals are in the Dhamma hall near the peace statue.

You will find majestic Annapurna Himalayas and lake views from Pokhara. Pokhara City is also famous for hiking and cycling trails for tourists. You can enjoy the religiously significant peaceful place with a splendid panoramic view in Pokhara, Nepal.

3. Hyangja Tibetan Refugee Camp 

Hyangja is on the outskirts of Pokhara Valley. You can take a vehicle to this small village or hike it.

This village consists of Tibetan refugees who fled China during the Cultural Revolution. They live here, and they practice their Buddhist rituals in the monasteries. They are still keeping their language, culture, and traditions alive.

If you made it to the camp, you could explore the areas and monasteries with someone who knows the site better. You can interact and learn more about their Buddhist cultures and language.

You may buy some handmade and eccentric souvenirs from them. They sell handmade bracelets, necklaces, rings, woodcarvings, carpets and rugs, and clothing. They also sell authentic thangka paintings.

The Birthplace of Lord Buddha is LUMBINI.

1. Maya Devi Temple, Nepal Buddhist tour

Maya Devi temple is the main temple around the site of the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
It has a sacred garden and a sacred pool. Archaeologists have found the first evidence of Buddha’s life here. So many archaeologists have invested their time and effort in discovering many facts and artifacts of ancient times.
Emperor Ashoka built the temple initially when he visited it around the third century. This ancient temple holds utmost importance, being the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. It is UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.

2. Ashoka Pillar

Emperor Ashoka built the Ashoka pillar while he was in Lumbini to pay homage to the birthplace of Buddha. Ashoka devoted his later life to Buddhism after losing lives in the Kalinga War. He built several Ashoka pillars in India and Nepal.

The Ashoka Pillar in Nepal is half-broken and capped to protect it from breaking down. The construction of this pillar was to honor the Emperor’s visit to Lord Buddha’s birthplace. You may find it fascinating because the Emperor visited the place around the 3rd century.

And this pillar still stands here even though it’s half broken in present status. You will find more facts about it once you visit and read the inscriptions on the stone.

3. World Peace Stupa, Lumbini, Nepal

Two peace stupas were built in Nepal, one in Pokhara and another in Lumbini. The architecture and design of the stupa are the same as signifying the world piece. The white dome looks fascinating from far and near as well.

The Japanese built it on the premises of the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Just like the world peace stupa of Pokhara, it has four statues of different Buddhas brought from other countries.

4. Tilaurakot in Lumbini

Tilaurakot is on the outskirts of Lumbini. It traces the ancient royal family in which Gautam Buddha was born. Gautam Buddha spent his first 29 years as a prince in this old location.

There are remnants of the palace, which you will see while visiting it. After much research, archaeologists have found palaces, temples, monuments, sculptures, ponds, etc. They have displayed many artifacts in the museum as well.

Buddhism started in Nepal.

Siddartha Gautam Buddha pioneered Buddhism in the Indian Subcontinent, including Nepal. Buddha is believed to have been born in 563-483 BCE. He is considered the one whose teachings laid the foundation for Buddhism.

Difficulty with Buddhist tour in Nepal

It isn’t challenging for tourists to travel around Nepal. You can quickly go and explore different locations. If you know English, it won’t be difficult for you to interact with people. Most people of Nepal can speak English fluently. You can even find translators in case people don’t understand your language.

As a traveler on a Buddhist tour in Nepal, you might need a professional guide, which you can easily hire through travel agencies. You may need a permit from a related organization to enter the Monastery and observe the monks’ monastic life.

You might need to hike to some Buddhist sites or take a private vehicle. It’s not that hard to reach the place. You can either take any means of transportation or walk on your own.

Safety of travelers on the Buddhist Tour in Nepal.

Nepal is a safe country to travel in, although it has an open border with India and shares a border with China. The rate of severe crime is comparatively lower than in any other country. Crimes that mainly occur to people are minor ones like pickpocketing and mugging if you are careful while in the streets of Nepal.

Similarly, we don’t have any problem even though solo females can travel and tour cities and mountains.

Birthplace of Lord Buddha.

Siddhartha Gautam Buddha (Lord Buddha) was born in Lumbini of Kapilvastu kingdom, present-day Nepal. Lumbini site holds Mayadevi temple, which is said to be the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Twenty kilometers west of Lumbini is Tilaurakot, which has been concluded to be the kingdom of the Saky dynasty.

Cost of Nepal Buddhist Travellers

The tour cost depends on the itinerary type and Accommodation categories every night, whatever you have chosen. These packages are the basic ones that you will find in different travel agencies or companies.
Similarly, if you are traveling in a group, then you might get a heavy discount.

There are some privileges for couples traveling together. It would help if you made an inquiry and only decided how much money you would spend on your tour.

Types of Vehicles in Tour

The vehicle is significant wherever you travel and tour Nepal. We can’t walk to our travel destinations, even though we will trek in the Himalayas. Boundless Adventure provides vehicles according to the size of your group—cars for up to 3/4 of people.

Jeep or van for 6/7 people. TOYOTA Hiace/minibus for up to 14 people, Bus for 24, 32, and 45 people. Every vehicle has complete air conditioning.

Accommodation in Nepal Buddhist Tour

There are all sorts of lodging facilities you can find every day. You can get budget and standard hotels to luxurious five-star hotels on the trip. You can also find some tacky and yet very affordable lodges. The price range for the rooms is according to the categories of the hotel, as you know.

Hence, you can select the accommodation type on your own. You can have such a facility to meditate and experience monastic life. You can enjoy your Accommodation to the fullest if you want a luxury stay.

Meals in Nepal Buddhist tour

Food is the primary thing you must be careful about in any travel and tour. You must ensure that food is safe to eat as you can get sick if you don’t have clean food. Ensuring the prepared ingredients were good and the kitchen was hygienic would be best.

Tour guide

Your packaged tour will include a professional licensed tour guide during your trip. Your guide will speak English as a primary language. If you require language-specific guides, we can provide them for extra cost.

 Best seasons travel Buddhist tour in Nepal.

You can travel in any season in Nepal. It’s not like you will have any problem visiting Nepal, but autumn and fall are the best seasons to travel.

March to June and September to December are the best months to visit Nepal, as the weather is warm, dry, and pleasant. You can see the blue sky, magnificent Himalayas views, and greenery.

Not suggested Buddhist tour season in Nepal

Since we know that autumn and fall are suitable for travel, monsoon and winter aren’t good seasons. The monsoon makes the way slippery. Most roadways to Pokhara, Lumbini, and Kathmandu are landslide-prone areas. You will have flight delays continuously due to rainfall, and Pokhara is the place that receives the most precipitation.

During the winter, the heavy fog will disappoint you on your tour. The area is moist, so traveling on roads and airways isn’t easy. But many people who travel worldwide can come here in any season.

Conclusion of the Buddhist Tour

Nepal is a tiny and beautiful country. There is no doubt that you will love traveling to this country. The welcome, love, and farewell you will get here are warm and cozy. You will love the hospitality and friendly nature of the people.

Since Gautam Buddha was born in Nepal, your Buddhist tour will be fascinating and wondrous. You will love the place, monasteries, people, food, and schedule. The facts you will learn about Buddhism and the practices Buddhists use to live their lives are very informational.

You can get firsthand experience on how to live a monastic life. You can learn meditation and have a quiet time within nature. Besides, it is very safe to travel to Nepal as the serious crime rate is comparatively meager here. You can have a fun and safe trip here.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

The Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal lasts for a total of 9 days and covers 3 prominent cities: Lumbini, Pokhara, and Kathmandu

Buddhist Tour cost depends on the type of accommodation you choose for your stay. There are various kinds of hotels available in all 3 cities ranging from budget tourists hotel to high-end star hotels.

The biggest Buddhist monument in Nepal is the Boudhanath Stupa. It is a UNESCO heritage site with the main stupa measuring 36 meters in height.

Lumbini is located in the southwestern territory of Nepal and is bordered by India.

A flight from Kathmandu takes about 30 minutes to reach Bhairahawa in Lumbini. From Bhairahawa it is half an hour’s drive to reach Lumbini. Alternatively, if you drive to Lumbini it takes at least 7-8 hours.

For the Buddhist Pilgrimage tour, a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 6 people can travel in a group. If the group size is bigger we will make separate arrangements accordingly.

Nepal is a sacred land for Buddhism and there are numerous heritages you can find all over the country. From a place perspective, Buddhism is the core religion in districts like Mustang, Kavre, Helambu, Kathmandu, and Lumbini.

There are numerous Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Nepal. You are not supposed to Miss Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, Lumbini, or Padmasambhava in Mustang and Helambu Milarepa Cave.

Buddhist people offer their prayers in monasteries. Locally called Gompas and Vihars, these sites are revered in Buddhist communities.

Buddhism is considered to be one of the oldest religions in Nepal. The community of Buddhists is densely populated in Nepal with it being 2nd most followed religion.

Buddha was born in Kapilvastu, Nepal present-day Lumbini. Mayadevi Temple in Lumbini is believed to be the birth site of Gautam Buddha.

Buddhism is popular for its followings and teachings that a lot of mass people adhere to. This religion appeased the lower caste people and emphasized the individual’s path to enlightenment and salvation.

The population of Buddhist people in Nepal is said to be 23, 94,549. It is the second most followed religion in Nepal after Hinduism.

Matepani Gumba and Tashi Palkhel Monastery are the most revered Buddhist monasteries in Pokhara.

There are many small monasteries spread across Kathmandu Valley. Kapan Monastery and White Gumba in Swayambhunath are the most revered ones in Kathmandu.

Boundless Adventure website has an automated booking engine that will assist you with booking a Buddhist tour in Nepal. Fill up our inquiry form and our representative will be with you within the next 24 hours.

If you want a refund our booking policies suggest the following:
1 month before the travel dates: 100% Refund
15 days before the travel date: 50% Refund
24 hours before the travel date: 0% refund

Reviews on Nepal Buddhist Tour

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Amazing Buddhist tour in Nepal

I just had the most amazing Nepal Buddhist heritage tour with Boundless Adventures, owned by Damber! It was like steppin’ into a whole new world.

The ancient monasteries and stupas were so peaceful, and our guide, knew all the juicy bits of history, makin’ it super interestin’. The vibes in Lumbini, Buddha’s birthplace, were unreal – like, I could feel the spiritual energy, dude.

The team was so friendly, and Damber, he’s a legend for creating this experience. Can’t recommend it enough, seriously

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Bouddhanath Stupa

Nepal Buddhist tour

So, I just gotta spill the beans about this Nepal Buddhist heritage tour. we went on with Boundless Adventures, run by the awesome Damber! Man, oh man, talk about a mind-blowing experience.

From the get-go, they had their ducks in a row – smooth planning’ and all. Our guide was this knowledge bomb, droppin’ Buddhist wisdom and history left ‘n right. The places we hit, like Boudhanath Stupa and Swayambhunath, were mind-bogglingly cool.

And Lumbini? Woah, it was the quaintest space I had ever been to. Big kudos to Damber for this amazing escapade!


Bouddhanath Stupa Lake in Pokhara World peace stupa Lumbini
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monkes blessing

Tour of Buddhist heritage

Guess what? I just had this crazy Nepal Embark on a tour of Buddhist heritage with Boundless Adventures, the brainchild of none other than Damber! Let me tell ya, it was like a rollercoaster for the soul, in a good way.

We kicked off with Namo Buddha – the vibes there, man, are off the charts! And then, Kapan Monastery? Monks and meditation galore! We even had this mind-bending’ meditation class – like, inner peace on steroids.

Damber, you’re the real deal for crafting’ this mystical journey. Two thumbs up, dude!

Sunrise Swayambhunath Monastery Paragliding in Pokhara BUddhist Tour
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