A religious tour in Nepal is an exhilarating experience. Mixing natural splendor with spirituality, stunning Himalayan landscapes with astonishing religious customs and culture, trips to Nepal can be so much more just regular adventure. Nepal has long been considered a destination, rugged and outdoorsy, infused with sense of adventure, but it is also incredibly spiritual and has a long tradition of religious customs that have stood the test of time. Part of the once great religious center, today it is home to a rich multi-ethnic mix of cultures and traditions that of ethnic groups that adhere to Hinduism, Buddhism, and other folk religions.
Exceptional in the contemporary world, Nepalis home to sacred mountains and landscapes, significant to Hindu, Buddhist, and Shamanic practices. Nepal’s commitment to the veneration and protection of sacred religious sites is both a spiritual and practical custom that combines together religious traditions and cultural practices.SkandaPurana, a Hindu scripture says, “In the hundred ages of Gods, I could not tell the glories of the Himalayas. The dew is dried up the morning sun, so are the sins of humanity by the Himalayas.”Nepal has some of the most sacred, venerated ancient temples like Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha, Tal Barahi, and Muktinath among a multitude of others. This region is so pristine that it is said to be home to the demi-gods.
We will begin this trip by visiting various religious temples and sites in Kathmandu, such as the Pashupatinath temple and Budhanilkantha. We will then move to the quaint lake city of Pokhara where we will explore other religious places before heading off to the fabled temple of Muktinath, perched high above on the foothills of the Annapurna Mountains. The rituals and practices involved with venerating these sacred sights and the preservation of spiritual traditions makes this country and incredible religious destination.