Trip Duration 06 Days
Max-Altitude 1400 m/4593 ft
Group Size 1-16 Pax
Start & End Point Kathmanu-Kathmandu
Trip Difficulty Medium
Best Season Mar - May & Sep - Dec
Accommodation Hotel during the tour
Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the tour
Transportation Car
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Trip Introduction

Overview of Pokhara Lumbini Tour Package

Visitors who want to experience Nepal’s cultural activities all year can go on tours of the Pokhara Lumbini Tour. The most interesting parts of this trip will be the natural areas around Pokhara, especially the Lumbini areas, where we will see where Lord Siddhartha Gautam (BUDDHA) was born.

People will start their trip in Pokhara and go all the way to Nepal’s beautiful places, including Lumbini. The Pokhara tour will focus on the area’s beautiful spots, such as Phewa Lake and Mahendra Cave, lookout points with views of the surrounding hills, the area’s dense and beautiful forests, and other natural features.

As we walk into Lumbini, you will get a great sense of all the different possible worlds. Everything in Lumbini is strongly religious, with Buddhists being the majority, even though India is mostly Hindu. Lumbini is known as “The Birthplace of Buddha.” People called him “Gautama Buddha” because he started Buddhism. Since this is where Buddha was born, it is seen as a symbol of peace and the place where Buddhism began.

Most people who visit Nepal take the Pokhara Lumbini Tour. It is a tour of two cities. The schedule has been set up to include good days. Our team can plan the best trip for you by adding the city (like Kathmandu Tours) of your choice once you tell us about your custom itinerary.

Trip Schedule

Itinerary of Pokhara Lumbini Tour Package

Max-altitude 1,400 m/4,593 ft

Your Pokhara and Lumbini tour starts in Kathmandu, Nepal’s vibrant capital city. Depending on your arrival time, you may be able to visit some of Kathmandu’s most famous landmarks. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Kathmandu Durbar Square to marvel at its exquisite architecture and rich history. The Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as Monkey Temple, gives panoramic views of the city and is a significant holy landmark for both Buddhists and Hindus.

Bus 6-7 hrs
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Max-altitude 822 m/2,696 ft

After breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara. The journey lasts about 6-7 hours and provides breathtaking vistas of hills, valleys, and snow-capped mountains. You’ll drive through beautiful villages and learn how the Nepalese people go about their daily lives.

When you arrive in Pokhara, check into the hotel and relax for a while. In the evening, take a stroll along the edge of the lake and soak in the tranquillity of Phewa Lake.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today is all about discovering the incredible beauty of Pokhara. Set out for a full-day sightseeing trip after breakfast. Begin by visiting the World Peace Pagoda, which sits on a hill and provides stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range and Pokhara Valley.

After that, visit the Bindabasini Temple, a famous Hindu temple devoted to the goddess Bhagwati. Continue your journey to Devi’s Fall, a captivating cascade that disappears into a strange underground cave.

In the afternoon, go to the International Mountain Museum to discover more about the Himalayas’ history, culture, and biodiversity. Later, take a relaxing boat ride around Phewa Lake to see the Annapurna range reflected in the lake.

Car 6-7 hrs
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Max-altitude 150 m/490 ft

After breakfast, drive from Pokhara to Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha. The travel takes about 6-7 hours, going through beautiful scenery and little villages.

When you arrive in Lumbini, check into your accommodation and rest. You can explore the surrounding area in the evening or simply relax and prepare for tomorrow’s spiritual excitement.

Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Max-altitude 150 m/490 ft

Today, you will be immersed in Lumbini’s spiritual and historical treasures. Visit the Maya Devi Temple after breakfast, which marks the precise location where Siddhartha Gautama, later known as Lord Buddha, was born. The mystical Puskarni Pond, where Queen Maya Devi is claimed to have bathed before giving birth, is also part of the temple complex.

Explore the Ashoka Pillar, built by Emperor Ashoka in 249 BC to commemorate Buddha’s birth. You can also explore nearby monasteries erected by several Buddhist countries, each with its own architectural style and ambiance.

Spend the day walking through the quiet gardens and soaking in the peaceful ambiance, as Lumbini holds great significance for Buddhists worldwide.

Bus 7-8 hrs
Meals Breakfast, Lunch
Max-altitude 1,400 m/4,593 ft

After breakfast, say goodbye to Lumbini and begin your journey back to Kathmandu. The drive will take about 7-8 hours, allowing you plenty of time to enjoy the countryside and reflect on all of the fantastic events from the tour.

When you arrive in Kathmandu, you will be transferred to the airport for your onward flight or return home. You’ll carry with you happy memories of the Pokhara Lumbini tour, a journey that mixes natural wonders with spiritual enlightenment.

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What's Included?

  • Road Transporation from KTM-PKR-LUM-KTM
  • 5x set Breakfast, 5x set Lunch, and 4x set Dinner
  • Experienced tour guide for 5 days
  • Entry Permit Fees
  • Staff Insurance
  • Salary, food, and accommodation of your staff during the tour
  • Drinking Water
  • Complimentary T-shirt

What's Excluded?

  • Accommodation and Dinner during your Kathmandu stay, as there are lots of options for you
  • Any Travel Insurance.
  • Tips for drivers, porters, guides, Hotel staff, etc
  • Any Personal expenses and bottled or canned drinks
  • Any additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstances
  • Porters (to carry personal belongings), Camera, and Video fees
  • All, except “cost includes” above
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Essential Information - Pokhara Lumbini Tour Package

Best Season for Pokhara Lumbini Tour

The Pokhara Lumbini Tour is best visited during the cooler and drier months, which provide ideal conditions for animal watching and outdoor sports. Autumn (October to November) and spring (February to April) are the two greatest seasons for visiting these areas.

The best time to enjoy this tour is in the autumn. Throughout the season, the weather is clear and the temperatures are temperate, making it a good time to visit Pokhara and Lumbini. The lush flora of the monsoon season eventually disappears, allowing for better visibility of wildlife.

Spring and autumn are great times to visit Pokhara and Lumbini. The weather is nice to visitors, giving them warm days and cool evenings. During this time of year, the environment turns into a lovely paradise. Because of the high number of migrating species that arrive in the area, this is an especially rewarding season for birdwatchers. The unobstructed vista ensures a great and rewarding tour.

Most asked questions

FAQs about Pokhara Lumbini Tour Package

More and more places in Pokhara and Lumbini are starting to accept credit cards and ATMs. However, you might find fewer of them compared to bigger cities like Kathmandu.

Pokhara has a wide range of hotels and resorts to suit all budgets and preferences. There are lavish five-star resorts, romantic boutique hotels, and more moderately priced mid-range options. Many of these locations are close to Phewa Lake and offer breathtaking views of the lake and the Himalayas.

Lumbini, on the other hand, primarily serves pilgrims and tourists interested in exploring the area’s historical and spiritual components. There may not be as many options for lodging as in Pokhara or Kathmandu.

We offer fantastic tours to Pokhara and Lumbini. Throughout these tours, you will be accompanied by a pleasant local guide. The guide will personalize your journey by telling you fascinating stories and facts about the sites you visit. They are there to assist you with any queries you may have and to ensure that you see all of the major sights and entertaining things to do.

Sure! Yes, you can bring your children to Pokhara and Lumbini Tour. It is suitable for people of all ages. Just remember to keep them safe during your stay for a pleasant and safe holiday.

Travellers Experiences

Reviews on Pokhara Lumbini Tour Package


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Paul Stevenson & Katharine Evans
Bromley Kent, UK

Thank You for very good memories to take home with us!

The tour was very well looked after and informed on a wide variety of Nepalese facts/customs and life/culture. Also the sightseeing places we were well informed by both the guide and the driver. We were given time to see things at the pace that suited us.

Stops during travel gave us an interesting insight into life in Nepal. Stooping at small local places or for tea & snacks.

The new Crystal Hotel is also very quiet and far from the busy area. The mountain views were excellent from our hotel.

We would thoroughly recommend this type of holiday and have some very good memories to take home with us of Nepal and its people.

Rebecca Ryan
Rochester, USA

It was nice to have everything taken care of for me!

The hotel in Kathmandu was very nice but it was a bit cold at night. The Kathmandu Valley sightseeing was lovely. I wish I had known in advance that I needed to pay to enter the various heritage sites.

The trip guide and other crew members were excellent and very friendly. They were very kind and ready to help others. It was nice to have everything taken care of for me. Well organized!

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