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Trip Highlights

  • Pilgrimage tour of different special places.
  • Cultural Heritage Sites, Temples, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites tour of the Kathmandu Valley.
  • Authentic Experiences at Buddhist Monasteries
  • Deep Connection with Buddhist Culture and Buddhism
  • Explore holy Shrines and the Vajrayogini Temple
  • Peaceful and healing meditation sessions at Different locations throughout the Tour

Note: Our tour will be led by Richard, an experienced Western pilgrim who has traveled overland from Europe to Nepal in 1971. He has extensively studied and practiced the Buddhist traditions of Nepal, India, Burma, and Tibet during his visits.

Nepal is a country that is steeped in both Buddhist and Hindu spiritual traditions. It is believed that previous Buddhas blessed the land from a Buddhist perspective. For example, the Swayambhunath Temple has its roots in a seed that was thrown by a previous Buddha, as recorded in the “Swayambhu Purana.” The Kathmandu valley was formed when a lake was drained by the Bodhisattva Manjusri, leading to the development of a great civilization, both culturally and spiritually.

Buddhist practices have thrived alongside Hindu traditions throughout Nepal’s history. The two share several aspects, having originated from India and spread to Nepal, Tibet, China, and the Asian world. Lumbini, located in Nepal, is where Prince Siddhartha, later known as The Buddha, took his first steps in this world.

Over the centuries, countless pilgrims have visited the great spiritual and sacred power places of Buddhist and Hindu heritage. These traditions still flourish today and have a positive influence on our planet. We can visit these places to pay our respects, offer devotion, and receive blessings and connections to those places. This opportunity allows us to enrich our own spiritual nature and inherent wisdom nature.

This tour will allow us to explore the rich Buddhist traditions of Nepal and discover how the spiritual and cultural practices of these sacred sites can relate to our own spiritual practice and our lives in this modern world. We will learn standard Buddhist practices such as “calm abiding, awareness meditation,” “samata, vipassana,” and the short Mahamudra view relating to the nature of the mind. This will be presented as short instructions with short meditation sessions.

This isn’t a normal pilgrimage journey to the incredible Buddhist temples situated in this breathtaking Himalayan country. What we provide is more than just a journey; it is an opportunity to obtain important knowledge about Buddhism and how to apply its teachings to your daily life. You’ll travel to cultural places and spiritual places where Buddhism’s rich traditions and meditation practices initially occurred.

Furthermore, there will be an opportunity to connect online with Richard to assist in follow-through at places in one’s own country. This pilgrimage and instruction are open and appropriate to both established dharma practitioners and new or interested participants. Join us on this unique tour of major pilgrimage places in Nepal and share in its rich spiritual heritage.

The Buddhist pilgrimage site is more than just a destination; it is a life-changing experience. It provides a unique combination of exploration and reflection due to its rich history, spiritual depth, and cultural warmth. By joining this journey, you’ll understand the depths of Buddhism, meet with locals, test wonderful foods, and, most importantly, find profound knowledge inside yourself.

Get ready for the journey of a lifetime – a 13-day Buddhist pilgrimage tour that’s anything but ordinary. This is more than just sightseeing; it’s a deep dive into the heart of Buddhism, a path to enlightenment, and an adventure of the soul.

Detail Itinerary



  • All transportation by private vehicle from airport pick up to drop with minaral water.
  • All accommodation at tourist standard hotel with breakfast.
  • All food lunch and dinner as stated in the itinerary.
  • Two tour guides one is Richard and a local tour guide during the trip.
  • All entrance fees of the heritage sites.
  • Agency service charge and Government Tax/VAT.
  • Farewell dinner at authentic Nepali restaurant with cultural dance.


  • International airfare and visa charge 30$ for 15 days
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic drink, Soda
  • Tips and gratitude to staffs

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Frequently Asked Questions.

What should I bring with me on a Buddhist pilgrimage tour?

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Essential items include comfortable clothing, a meditation cushion, a journal, and any necessary travel documents. You can also get a detailed packing list through your tour operator.

Are there age restrictions for participating in a pilgrimage tour?

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While there are no strict age limits, pilgrims should take care of themselves to undertake the journey, as there may be some walking and meditation involved.

What is the significance of a Buddhist pilgrimage tour?

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A Buddhist pilgrimage tour takes people to sacred Buddhist places, temples, and monasteries related to Buddha’s life and teachings. It is a journey of spiritual development, reflection, and cultural exploration.

Do I need to be a Buddhist to go on a pilgrimage tour?

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No, you do not have to be a Buddhist to participate in a pilgrimage tour. These trips are available to people of all faiths and backgrounds who want to learn more about Buddhism, spirituality, and culture.

How can I ensure responsible travel during my pilgrimage tour?

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Respecting local customs, reducing your environmental impact, and helping local communities are all aspects of responsible travel. Choose eco-friendly accommodations, interact properly with locals, and stick to ethical tourism principles to ensure responsible travel.

Where are some of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Nepal?

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Lumbini (the birthplace of Buddha), Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, Namo Buddha, and various monasteries and temples in Kathmandu and neighboring areas are all important Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in Nepal.

What can I expect from a typical day on a Buddhist pilgrimage tour?

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Each day may include trips to sacred locations, meditation sessions, cultural studies, and spiritual learning opportunities. Itineraries vary, but you can expect a mix of cultural immersion and spiritual activities.

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