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Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is a must-visit place in Nepal. Siddhartha Gautam, who attained enlightenment and hence started to acknowledged as “Buddha”. He had spent 29 years of his age in Lumbini. In addition to its religious and spiritual significance of this place showcases the archeological development in Buddha’s time. You can explore almost 62 different archeological sites and immerse yourself into the atmosphere where Buddha had spent his early life. You may feel a certain kind of spiritual vibration while strolling in the garden of Lumbini and can even chat with the earthy colored dressed monk who devoted their life praying and meditating following Buddha’s path for salvation.
This Lumbini tour takes you to the southwestern part of Nepal and lets you observe the sites bearing significance to the birth, life, and enlightenment of Buddha in some form.
Fly to Bhairahawa, sightseeing Lumbini.
[Depending upon your preference of travel, by drive or flight, our itinerary may change because it will take us 8 hours to drive from Kathmandu to Lumbini which will add one more day in our package’s itinerary]
35 minutes of flight will take us to the nearest city of Lumbini- Bhairahawa. After we reach Bhairahawa we drive for around 30 min to reach Lumbini [25 km]. We rest in the hotel for a while and start our planned sightseeing. We visit Mayadevi Temple - a temple dedicated to the mother of Buddha, Ashoka pillar - which displays the inscriptions explaining his visit to the birthplace of buddha., museums, monasteries, and stupa built with the help of Buddhist community around the world like from Myanmar, Korea, Japan, etc.
After breakfast, we visit various archeological and religious sites of Kapilvastu - for example, Tilaurakot, Kudan, Gotihawa, Niglihawa, and Sagarhawa.
Tilaurakot: is ancient Kapilvastu, the capital of Shakyas, where Buddha spent 29 years of his early age.
Kudan (Nigrodharma Park): built by Suddhodana - father of Buddha, to provide shelter for Buddha and his followers when he first met Buddha after enlightenment.
Gothihawa: the birthplace of Krakuchand Buddha.
Niglihawa: the birthplace of Kanak Muni Buddha
Sagarhawa: an archaeological findings as “place of the massacre of the Shakyas”.
We stay overnight in Lumbini.
Fly back to Kathmandu.
This is the day we bid farewell to this auspicious land of Lumbini. We drive towards Bhairahawa after grabbing some breakfast and board on a plane that will take us to Kathmandu.
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