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Lower Dolpo Trekking

Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour

Buddhist Pilgrimage tour

Buddha’s Quotes

“Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.”
“You will not be punished for your anger; you will be punished by your anger.”
“The foot feels the foot when it feels the ground.”
“Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.”
Lumbini in Nepal :
Lumbini is one of the four holy places for all Buddhist. The other sites are Boudhagaya, Kushinagar and Sarnath in India. For every Buddhist The Star of Asia and peace icon, Buddha was born in Lumbini of Nepal in the full moon of Baisakh in 623 B.C. He was born under a Saal tree (Shorea Robusta) when Maya Devi (his mother) was going to her maternal town on the occasion of delivery. After the birth, Buddha took seven steps towards north, which is now shown as seven lotus flowers and, looking in all directions, he declared that "I am the foremost of all creatures to cross the riddle of the ocean of the existence, this is my last birth and here after, I will not be born again".
Attractions in around Lumbini tour, The birth place itself is interesting as a whole, the landscapes and the green forestry.  Maya Devi Temple, the Stupas and the Pillar built by great King Ashoka alone are worth a visit. Recently, several beautiful shrines have been constructed by devotees from all over the world. A visit to Lumbini is not only for spiritual enlightenment but also for solace and satisfaction that one gets in such a calm and peaceful place.
 
Maya Devi Temple,  Lumbini remained neglected for centuries. In 1895, Feuhrer, a famous German archaeologist, discovered the great pillar, further exploration and excavation of the surrounding area revealed the existence of a brick temple and a sandstone sculpture within the temple itself which represents the scenes of Buddha’s birth. On the south of the Maya Devi temple There is the famous sacred bathing pool known as Puskarni. It is believed that Maha Devi took a bath in this pool before the delivery. The temple is built gradually and is composed of many Buddhist temples, one after the other. It is also found that there is possibility that a Ashoka Stupa existed in the place of temple.
The Buddhist monastery, Its built in the way of the modern Buddhist Temples of Nepal, but is quite important in light of the architecture of the walls. The middle hall contains some exquisite murals resembling the medieval periods'.
The Marker Stone,        This stone is located in the deeply buried in the sanctum sanatorium which pinpoints the exact location of the birth of Lord Buddha. This was discovered after meticulous excavation of the Maya Devi Temple site in 1996. The exact size of Marker Stone is 70×40×10 cm. This is now covered with a bulletproof glass.
The Nativity Sculpture, The very idol of Maya Devi, also known as the Nativity sculpture dates back to 4th century AD. It is a depiction of Maya Devi holding the branch of a tree with her right hand for support. Next to her Gautami Prajapati, her own sister, in supporting posture in the time of delivery is standing. The newly born prince Siddhartha is standing upright on a lotus pedestal, with two celestial figures receiving him.
The Puskarini or Holy Pond, Nearby you have the Ashokan Pillar erected by emperor Ashoka. Next to it is the holy pond also known as the Pushkarni. It is believed that Maya Devi had taken a bath here before giving birth to Buddha. It is also the site where the infant prince Siddhartha was given his first purification bath. The pond has terraced steps and is riveted by beautifully layered bricks.
The Asokan Pillar, Built by emperor Ashoka, the Ashokan Pillar is the first epigraphic evidence relating to the birthplace of Lord Buddha. The Pillar is therefore historically significant. The inscription engraved by Emperor Ashoka is still intact and testifies the authenticity of the birthplace. The text written in Brahmi script and pali language is translated as follows:
Excursions Tour from Lumbini
Kapilvastu, A holy destination related deeply with the life of a legend, Lord Buddha. Kapilvastu is the place where Lord Buddha had lived his childhood and the days of teenage, in complete luxury. The capital of King Shuddhodhan, Kapilvastu still carries with it the mystic charm. It houses many sculptures of Buddhism, which present a landscape before that visitors that makes them feel calm and content. Kapilvastu carries the visitors away to the ancient days when Buddha was a small child and a prince. The place is situated 27 km south of Lumbini.
How to get there
Air - Bhairahwa is the nearest airport, 22 kms , well connected to Kathmandu airport. At present, about 28 international airlines connect Nepal to various other destinations in Asia and the Middle East.
Rail - Gorakhpur, In India, is the nearest railhead, 122 km from Lumbini.
Road - Good motorable roads connect Bhairahwa to Lumbini, and also other important cities of Nepal. India border is 22 kms from Lumbini.
Soyambhunath, Monkey Temple,  A golden spire topmost a conical wooded hill, Swayambhunath Stupa is the most ancient and mysterious of all the holy shrines in Kathmandu valley. Its lofty white dome and glittering golden spire are visible for many miles and from all sides of the valley. Historical records found on a stone inscription give evidence that the stupa was already an important Buddhist pilgrimage destination by the 5th century AD. Its origins however, date to a much earlier time, long before the arrival of Buddhism into the valley. A collection of legends about the site, the 15th century Swayambhu Purana, tells of a miraculous lotus, planted by a past Buddha, which blossomed from the lake that once covered Kathmandu valley. The lotus mysteriously radiated a brilliant light, and the name of the place came to be Swayambhu, meaning 'Self-Created or Self-Existent'. Saints, sages and divinities traveled to the lake to venerate this miraculous light for its power in granting enlightenment. During this time, the Bodhisatva Manjushri was meditating at the sacred mountain of Wu Tai Shan and had a vision of the dazzling Swayambhu light. Manjushri flew across the mountains of China and Tibet upon his blue lion to worship the lotus. Deeply impressed by the power of the radiant light, Manjushri felt that if the water were drained out of the lake Swayambhu would become more easily accessible to human pilgrims. With a great sword Manjushri cut a gorge in the mountains surrounding the lake. The water, draining away, left the valley of present day Kathmandu. The lotus was then transformed into a hill and the light became the Swayabhunath Stupa.
Buddhanath 
Recent history of the Stupa has revolved around the lineage of the Chini (or Chiniya) Lamas. The first Chini Lama, Taipo Shing, was a Szeshuanese Nyingmapa Buddhist who settled in Boudha after coming here on pilgrimage. In 1853, at the conclusion of the Sino-Gorkhali war, Jung Bahadur invited his Chinese resident of Boudha to the palace to interpret during the peace discussions. In recognition of his services to the Rana prime minister, in 1859 he was awarded the abbotship of Boudha with its stewardship of the guthi lands of Malemchi in Helembu. He was succeeded by Buddha Vajra in 1880 and Punya Vajra (1886-1982), the Third Chini Lama, succeeded him in 1922. The spiritual and temporal power of the Second and Third Chini Lamas increased, until during the Late Rana period Boudha had become a kingdom within a kingdom. The authority of the Chini Lamas was enhanced by their status as consul of the Dalai Lamas to the Kingdom of Nepal.
The Chini Lama's power was diminished by the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1951, by the Nepali land reform of 1961, which stripped the Stupa of much of its supporting lands, and also by the Panchayat domination from which Punya Vajra, the Third Chini Lama, stood apart. By the time of Punya Vajra's death in 1982 the abbot of Boudha's power had been radically curtailed. As Nyingmapa yogins, the Chini Lamas had taken Tamang and Sherpa girls as their consorts. The first Chini Lama married the daughter of one of Jung Bahadur's concubines, thus initiating family ties with Government. The Third Chini Lama's long life and virility resulted in a prolific extension of the family. From the mid-19th century until the death of Punya Vajra, it was the Chini Lamas of Boudha who contributed most to the continuing religious and social significance of Boudhanath.
As abbots of Boudha the Chini Lamas were the heads of the Tamang sangha and the Boudha Gyang Guthi, the Boudha Monastery Society. This guthi of local devotees of the Stupa comprises the administrative body maintaining the Stupa and also the priests tending Ma Ajima, the Protecting Goddess. The members of the guthi were, and still are, disciples of the Chini Lamas (Tibetan: Gya Lama) in the Tibetan tradition. Guthi lands, lying principally in Malemchi Gaon in Helembu and around Kopan, were the main source of finance for this guthi. The Newars also have rights of worship at the temple of Ma Ajima. The historical relationship of the Buddhist guthi to the Hindus is obscure, but we do know that during the abbotship of the Third Chini Lama blood-sacrifice to Ma Ajima - alluded to by Shabkar Rinpoche - was discontinued. Since the death of the Third Chini Lama, in a temporal and spiritual power vacuum, the Stupa has been governed by a guthi committee consisting of lineal descendants of the Third Chini Lama and the families of his Tamang disciples who live in the vicinity. The Newar presence in Boudha is limited to silver-smiths and traders from Patan taking advantage of the pilgrim and tourist market. 
 
If you don't hahve 8 days you can do the Lumbini tour in 3 or 4 days using both way flight to Bhirahawa and back.
If you have more days you can include Chitwan National park (for Jungle safari) or Tansen hill station on Lumbini tour.
The Buddhist circuit trip (Lumbini, Boudhgaya, Sarnath, Kushinagar) can be also arranged. It is called the Buddhist pilgrimage circuit and we have organized many trips in the past. Rajan have been to this trip many times.
We can combine Lumbini tour with other site in India.
 
 
 

Short Itinerary for Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour
Day 01: Well come to Nepal, Upon your arribval in Kathmandu Airport, a representative from All Nepal Hiking will receive you and take to prebooked Hotel and describe about the trip in Brief.
Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing: 
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara- 200 km west of Kathmandu by A/C tourist coach. It is a famous sightseeing point for travelers with beautiful lake and mountain ranges. One of the most beautiful lake cities in the world. Sight-seeing in Pokhara: David’s fall, temple in Phewa Lake, boating in Phewa lake, hilltop monastery visit. Overnight in hotel.
Day 04: Drive to Sarangkot – 6500ft. for sunrise and close-up view of Annapurna & Fishtail Mountain. Full day in Pokhara excursions & sightseeing, stay in Pokhara.
Day 05: Drive to the birthplace of the Buddha, Lumbini, is the Mecca of every Buddhist, being one of the four holy places of Buddhism. - stay in Lumbini.
Day 06: Sight-seeing in Lumbini: Asoka Pillar, Maya Devi Temple, Puskarni (sacred bathing pool), various monasteries etc.
Day 07: Drive back to Kathmandu (have option to use flight at extra cost) . A half-day shopping and enjoys a Nepali cultural show and dinner in evening.
Day 08: Airport drive for final departure
 
 

Trip Name:

Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour

Trip Cost: US$ 900

Trip Facts:
  • Activities:  Buddhist Pilgrimage tour   
  • Location: Nepal
  • Trip Duration: 8 Days
  • Trip Grade: Easy tour
  • Walking hours: Mostly not walking
  • Altitude: 1340 mtrs
  • Accommodation: Hotel 
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Transportation:  Car
  • Season: All Seasons
  • Group Size: Minimum 1 person

Trip Highlights

 

Attractions in around Lumbini tour, Maya Devi Temple, The Buddhist monastery, The Marker Stone, The Nativity Sculpture, The Puskarini or Holy Pond, The Asokan Pillar, Kapilvastu, Soyambhunath, Monkey Temple, Buddhanath in Kathmandu, Pokhara and Kathmandu sightseeing 
 

 please contact us for further details and cost

COST INCLUDES DURING THE TRIP
  • All airport/hotel transfers
  • All accomodation during the trip with breakfast
  • Welcome or farewell dinner
  • A full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu valley including tour guide and entrance fees
  • Pickup and drop to start your tour from and ending point to your Hotel In Kathmandu or destination
  • An experienced English-speaking trek/tour leader (trekking guide), assistant trek/tour leader (10 travelers: 1 assistant     guide) 
  • All necessary paper work and permits 
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes

COST NOT INCLUDES DURING THE TRIP

  • Meals not specific in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the itinerary'
  • Travel insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa: you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. (a multiple-entry tourist visa good for 30 days can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency. Similarly, multiple-entry tourist visas for 90 days can be obtained by paying US $ 100. Please bring 2 copies of passport-size photos.)
  • Alcoholic, non-alcoholic drinks and water, soft drinks etc.
  • Personal touring equipment
  • Tips for staff and driver (Tipping is respected but it is not obligatory)
Accommodation during trekking
In Everest, Annapurna and Langtang trekking region we offer you accommodation in tea house (local lodge). A Tea House is the combination of guest house, restaurant, and social hang out. The rooms are spare with twin beds and very little additional furniture. Blankets are generally provided. Most bathrooms are shared and toilets can be either squat type of the western version. Most of the Tea Houses have running water facility. Many of them also have hot water for shower. But you will by charge by hotel owner using hot water shower.
 
Meals during trekking
In Tea House trekking you will usually have breakfast and dinner in the lodge; lunch will be eaten at one of the trail side restaurants. Every Tea House serves the traditional Nepali meal Dal Bhat (rice and lentils), as well as a variety of different food items, such as rice, vegetables, noodles, potatoes and soup. Some have western food such as pizza, pasta and French fries. Soft drinks, snacks and beer are available in most of the Tea Houses and trail side restaurants
 
Safe Drinking Water in Trekking
We suggest you to drink boiled filter water. For boiled water ask to lodge people which might cost little during whole period of trekking or bring chlorine tablets to purify the normal water available in the guest houses along the way. Several guesthouses have Euro-guard filters as well. Although mineral water is available in most places which is better choice and there is no provision to dispose of the plastic bottles, but we encourage the guests to do what they can protect the environment.  
 
Trekking Team (Guide, Porter)
We offer you an experienced trekking guide. He is in charge of your overall trekking. This is the person you should go to with all problems, concerns and questions. He is well trained in all aspects of trekking, high altitude medicine, first aid and emergency procedure. He is selected in terms of his professionalism. Remember that trekking guides are local citizens and their English may be basic and limited to trek related topics. About porters, they carry your luggage. They are also local citizens. Normally one porter carries 20 to 25 kg of stuff. Normally we provide one porter for two trekkers.
 
Equipments
We suggest you to bring following equipment when you come to Nepal for trekking. The list can be adjusted according to your needs, name of trekking and time of your trekking. Please remember that during trekking your luggage will be carried out by porter. One porter carries luggage of two people. So if you are more than one, he will carry 12 to 15 kg of your stuff.
 
Checklist
  • Hand sanitizing lotion
  • Reading/writing material
  • Camera & Binoculars
  • Protein bars, chocolate, dried fruits, candies and snack foods.
  • Travel documents: passport, visa, travel insurance, air tickets
  • Money: travelers cheques/cash/credit card
  • Spare Boot Laces
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Light weight Towel
  • Toiletries
  • Day pack to carry your personal needs during the day
  • Torch/flashlight - headlamp style is ideal
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Refillable water bottle - Min 1 Litre
  • Hat
  • Gloves - wool or fleeced
  • Scarf
  • Sewing Kit
  • Wind and waterproof Jacket & Pants
  • Umbrella especially in summer (May to September)
  • Comfortable trekking shoes
  • Running shoes or sandals for evening
  • Wool jumper / sweater / fleece. Lightweight
  • Down jacket
  • Fleece Jacket
  • T Shirts 2 or 3 - Long Sleeved
  • Pants - lightweight long trousers (jeans are unsuitable)
  • Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination - ensure boots fit
  • Extra warm clothing/ thermals
  • Medicine (Prescription drugs if you are taking daily, lip salve, aspirin, band aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea)
Note: If you don't have good equipment and are not available in home country, it can be bought or rented from trekking shops in Kathmandu, Nepal. The equipment is often top quality. Although daily rental charges are reasonable, a large deposit may be required.
 
Weather & climate
Weather and climate varies as per season in Nepal.
Autumn (mid-September to end-November)
Autumn is the most popular time to trek. During this time, the weather is clear with mild to warm days and cold nights. However, in the higher altitude, the nights drop into freezing temperature. In this season, the mountains views are clear.
 
Winter (end-November through March)
It is also possible to trek during winter, from December until the end of February. Daytime temperatures will be cooler; however, the nights will often be very cold. The days are generally clear but occasional winter storms can bring snow as low as 2500m. Early October through late November is also the busiest period for trekking. But in mid-winter (January through March), trekking is more challenging in the high altitudes with semi-regular snowfall followed by more winter storms, which break the long fine periods. The mid-December to mid-February is the coldest time.
 
Spring and early summer (mid-March through May)
During this period the mornings are usually clear but afternoon cloud build-up brings occasional showers. The days are mix up with warm and rain, which displays wildflowers like rhododendrons. The whole country is lush and an abundant green at this season. This period instigate the second most popular and pleasant trekking season as this is rice-planting time. Late-march into April is especially beautiful. It is also a good time for climbing as the high passes are usually snow free and the mountain views are still clear in April. Up to May, the weather becomes hazy and disturbed with the clouds.
 
The monsoon (June to mid-September)
From June to early September, is the monsoon season. Generally the morning is cloudy and cloud wisps form on random ridges and peaks. Trekking at this time of year is generally difficult and uncomfortable as the weather is hot and it rains almost every day. The trails become muddy and are often leech-infested and the mountains are usually obscured by cloud. During April and May, there is an expectation of thunderstorm, hail shower and strong winds among the fine periods. There are, however, possibilities for summer trekking in the trans-Himalayan regions of mustang, Dolpo and Tibet. These regions lie in a rain-shadow and therefore receive significantly less precipitation than the more southerly areas.
 
Washing and Toilet facilities for Tea house Trekking
Most lodges provide hot showers, though sometimes a hot shower means a bucket of hot water only but availability of hot water can ask to your trekking guide. For ecological reasons please try to limit your use of hot water unless if you are provide solar - heated water.  Please note that at higher altitude and in colder seasons there is rare chance to have enough hot water for all the trekkers. If the water is frozen then ask your guide to get warm bowl of water.
Toilets are usually Asian squat style and vary in how clean they are. Normally toilets are outside the lodge but now some lodges have attached or indoor toilets. The rubbish bin in the toilet is kept for your used toilet paper.
 
Re-charging Batteries of Electronic Items on the Trek
You can recharge your batteries with electricity or solar power sources. In Nepal 220 – 240 volt 50 MHZ (50 Cycles per Second) power is supplied. Just need to have a plug adaptor in case of socket fitting, which you can buy in Kathmandu before the trip since the plugs in Nepal might be different. You might have to pay small amount fee/hour for recharging facilities.
 
Risk & Liabilities
We are committed to providing the best services which will give you a once in a life time journey in this connection, we perform our duties honestly and seriously to make your journey very smooth and pleasant. The entire programs are conducted strictly under the rules and regulation of the country’s own policies.
All Nepal Hiking Pvt. Ltd shall not be responsible for any changes in the itinerary due to unavoidable circumstance such as govt. restriction, Land slide, road blockage, and flood and other natural calamities, political unrest, cancellation of flight, delay, sickness or accident. Any extra cost due to those reasons incurring there of shall be borne by the clients on the sports.
 
Walking in a day
During trekking you do walking 7-8 hours a day with lunch breaks along the trail. The maximum altitude is depends upon which trek you are going. In Nepal the maximum altitude of most of the trekking is within range of 3500m to 5000m.
 
Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory in order to participate on any of our trips. When selecting a travel insurance policy we require that at a minimum you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.All Nepal Hiking Pvt. Ltd. shall have no liability for loss, theft of or damage to baggage or personal effects. We also let you know that Nepalese Insurance Company does not have travel insurance policy for foreign nationals. They have this policy only for Nepalese national. We advise you when you come to Nepal; please bring your insurance documents.
 
Health & Veccinations
For trekking Nepal you don't need to be a mountaineer with rippling muscles. If you are reasonably fit, have a spirit of mountain journey and like walking, you are always qualified for any trekking in Nepal. You do not need any previous experience. However we suggest you some physical fitness programs such as running, swimming, hiking before you embark on journey. We advise you to consult with your travel doctor for up to date medical travel information before departure. We recommend you to carry a First Aid kit and hand sanitizers / antibacterial wipes as well as any personal medical requirements. We advise you to carry sufficient drugs which you are taking daily for specific health problems.
 
Passport and Visa
All foreign nationals, except Indian citizens, need visas to enter Nepal. Nepalese visa can be obtained from Nepalese Embassy or consulate in your home country or it can also be obtained at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu upon your arrival. Most of our guests they take Nepal Visa after they arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport. To get Nepalese visa you should bring valid passport and two passport size photos. The validity and visa fee is as follows:
Visa Valid             Fee
15 days                  US$ 25
30 days                  US$ 40
90 days                  US$ 100
 
High Altitude Sickness
Altitude sickness often known as acute mountain sickness (A.M.S.) in general may occur when people ascend too quickly normally in altitudes of over 3000 m. Most people will feel some effect of altitude, shortness of breath and possibly a light headed, which is fairly common. Acute mountain sickness is very different and normally involves a severe headache, sickness and loss of awareness. In almost every potential case there are enough warning signs to take appropriate action. When symptoms of altitude sickness develop you, please tell your trekking guide. He will advise you do deal with your problem. Generally over exertion and dehydration contribute to altitude sickness. So drink at least 3-4 liters of water every day besides tea and coffee which act as diuretics. Click here for more information about altitudes sickness (Add link of Altitude sickness of left banner)
 
Accommodation in Kathmandu
We have chosen accommodation options based on the following criteria: standard of hygiene, standard of service, location, food standards and cost. Normally for trekkers we give three star level hotels in Kathmandu as well as in Pokhara (For Annapurna Trekking). All accommodation is based on twin sharing with breakfast.

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Name of the Beneficiary: All Nepal Hiking (P). Ltd
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