Lumbini Pilgrims Tour

Lumbini Pilgrims Tour 6 Days

$ 850 Per Person
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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:

1,400 meters

Group Size:

2 to 30 Peoples


Flight & private vehicle


Best available

Best season:

All Season


B/L/D during tour

Tour type:




Trekking Region

Tarai Region

Trip Highlights

  • This temple marks the exact spot where Queen Mayadevi is believed to have given birth to Siddhartha Gautama under a sal tree. It's a deeply spiritual site and the focal point of Lumbini.
  • Erected by the Indian Emperor Ashoka in 249 BC, this pillar bears an inscription identifying Lumbini as the birthplace of Buddha. It's one of the most iconic symbols of Buddhism's historical significance.
  • This sanctuary is not only a haven for various species of cranes but also a peaceful place for reflection and meditation. It's an excellent spot to experience the tranquility of the surroundings.
  • Built by Japanese Buddhists, the World Peace Pagoda (Shanti Stupa) is a symbol of peace and Lumbini hosts monasteries built by Buddhist communities from around the world, representing different Buddhist traditions and cultures. 
  • This museum showcases artifacts, sculptures, and historical relics related to the life of Buddha and the development of Buddhism. It provides valuable insights into the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Lumbini.
  • The Sacred Garden in Lumbini is beautifully landscaped and adorned with various monuments, including the Mayadevi Temple and the Ashoka Pillar. It's a serene place for contemplation and meditation.
  • Visitors to Lumbini often have the opportunity to witness cultural performances and ceremonies conducted by Buddhist monks and local communities, offering a glimpse into the vibrant traditions of the region.


Lumbini remains eternally significant as the sacred birthplace of Lord Buddha. Nestled in the heart of this revered site, the blessings and holy birth of the founder of Buddhism resonate, creating an enduring allure for visitors. Beyond its spiritual essence, Lumbini captivates with lush green vegetation and the presence of several beautifully crafted shrines, inviting devotees and visitors to immerse themselves in the serene ambiance of Buddhism.

On the Lumbini Pilgrim Tour, a stroll unveils the birthplace of Lord Buddha. As you wander, the Maya Devi Temple and Pushkarni Pond come into view, marking the spot where the baby Buddha received his first bath after birth. The authenticity of Buddha's birth in Lumbini is affirmed by the Ashoka Pillar, a profound testament to the site's historical and spiritual significance.

The tour is a spiritual journey where the positive vibes of Lumbini embrace those who seek fulfillment in the teachings of Buddhism. The tour unfolds the religious spirit in inspiring ways, allowing your eyes to witness the soothing power of Buddhism in a classic setting. Since the early 1980s, numerous Buddhist countries have contributed significantly to the infrastructural development of ancient Lumbini, restoring its lost grandeur. Notably, the renowned architect Pro. Tange of Japan played a pivotal role in this transformation, earning Lumbini the accolades of being religious, peaceful, and beautiful.

Lumbini, now recognized as a Cultural World Heritage site, beckons with a unique charm. The master plan delineates four main components: the sacred Garden, housing the Maya Devi Temple and Ashoka Pillar; the monastic zone; the cultural center; and the Lumbini Village. Branded as the "Fountain of World Peace and the Holiest pilgrimage center for Buddhist and peace-loving people worldwide," Lumbini invites you to experience a classic pilgrim tour—a timeless journey that will linger in your thoughts.

Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival in Lord Buddha's Place, Lumbini

Arrive at Gautam Buddha Airport in Bhairahawa or Lumbini Bus Stand

Transfer to your hotel or resort in Lumbini

Check-in and take some rest

In the evening, explore the nearby areas and visit the Maya Devi Temple

Overnight in Lumbini

Day 2 : Lumbini Sightseeing

After breakfast, start your sightseeing tour of Lumbini.

Visit the sacred garden, where Lord Buddha was born, and see the Maya Devi Temple, the Ashoka Pillar, and the sacred pond.

Visit the Lumbini Museum and learn about the history and significance of the site.

In the evening, attend the daily prayer ceremony at the Maya Devi Temple.

Overnight in Lumbini

Day 3 : Buddhist Monasteries and Meditation Centers

After breakfast, visit some of the Buddhist monasteries and meditation centers in Lumbini.

Some of the popular monasteries to visit are the Chinese Monastery, the Thai Monastery, and the Korean Monastery.

You can also attend a meditation session at one of the meditation centers in the area.

In the evening, enjoy a traditional Nepali dinner and cultural show.

Overnight in Lumbini

Day 4 : Excursion to Kapilvastu and Tilaurakot

After breakfast, take an excursion to Kapilvastu and Tilaurakot, which are located about 27 km from Lumbini.

Visit the Kapilvastu Museum, which houses artifacts from the Buddha's time, and see the ruins of the ancient city of Kapilvastu.

Explore Tilaurakot, which is believed to be the capital of the Shakya kingdom, where Lord Buddha spent his early years.

In the evening, return to Lumbini and enjoy some free time.

Overnight in Lumbini

Day 5 : Monastic Life and Village Tour

After breakfast, visit a monastery in the area and learn about monastic life.

You can spend some time with the monks and learn about their daily routines and practices.

Afterward, go for a village tour and learn about the local culture and lifestyle.

In the evening, attend a cultural program organized by the local community.

Overnight in Lumbini

Day 6 : Departure from Lumbini

After breakfast, check-out from your hotel or resort

Transfer to Gautam Buddha Airport or Lumbini Bus Stand for your onward journey

End of tour.

What Is Included ?

  • 2-nights Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu city inclusive of breakfast.
  • Airport pick up and drive off as per itinerary
  • Round airfares.
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation in Lumbini inclusive of breakfast.
  • Kathmandu sightseeing and all the heritage entry fees.
  • Welcome dinner at a typical local restaurant.

What Is Excluded?

  • International airfare.
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Lumbini hotel.
  • souvenir things and insurance.
  • any treatment and medication.
  • vehicle rent for the city's tour.


NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be refundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.


Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, making it one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Buddhists worldwide. Pilgrims visit Lumbini to pay homage to the sacred garden where Prince Siddhartha Gautama was born.

You can reach Lumbini by air, with Gautam Buddha International Airport being the nearest airport. Alternatively, you can also travel by road from major cities in Nepal and neighboring countries.

Key attractions include the Maya Devi Temple, Ashoka Pillar, Sacred Garden, and various monasteries built by different Buddhist countries. The World Peace Pagoda and Lumbini Museum are also worth exploring.

The best time to visit Lumbini is during the winter months (November to February) when the weather is pleasant. However, pilgrims often visit throughout the year, so plan according to your preferences.

While entry to the sacred garden and some monuments is free, there might be a small fee for specific temples and museums. Check with the local authorities for the latest information.

Dress modestly and respectfully, covering your shoulders and knees, especially when entering religious sites. Comfortable footwear is recommended as you may need to walk around the expansive sacred garden.

Yes, there are guided tours offered by local agencies and the Lumbini Development Trust. Guides can provide insightful information about the history and significance of each site.

Lumbini offers a variety of restaurants serving local and international cuisine. Vegetarian options are widely available, reflecting the Buddhist dietary preferences.

Yes, there are numerous hotels and guesthouses in Lumbini catering to different budgets. It's advisable to book your accommodation in advance, especially during peak pilgrimage seasons.

Respect local customs and traditions. Remove your shoes before entering temples, turn off your phone, and speak in hushed tones to maintain the peaceful atmosphere.

Absolutely! Lumbini is well-connected to other Buddhist sites in Nepal and India. Consider extending your trip to explore places like Kapilvastu, Sravasti, and Kushinagar.

Additional Information

Embark on a spiritually enriching journey with our Lumbini Pilgrims Tour, designed to offer a seamless and affordable experience. Our package includes guided visits to sacred sites like the Maya Devi Temple and Ashoka Pillar, ensuring you delve into the profound history of Lord Buddha's birthplace.

The tour cost covers entry fees to major attractions, comfortable accommodation, and transportation. Immerse yourself in the serene ambiance of Lumbini without worrying about hidden costs. Our transparent pricing and thoughtful inclusions aim to make your pilgrimage both meaningful and budget-friendly. Join us on this transformative adventure where spiritual exploration meets affordability.


Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major pilgrimage destination in Nepal. Visiting Lumbini is a serene experience, offering insight into the life of Buddha and a chance to explore beautiful monasteries, meditation centers, and historical relics. Here’s a comprehensive list of equipment and essentials for a comfortable and fulfilling tour of Lumbini.

Small Backpack (15-25 liters)
Comfortable Walking Shoes
Sandals or Flip-flops
Lightweight, Breathable Clothing
Modest Attire
Sun Hat or Cap
Umbrella or Rain Jacket
Scarf or Shawl
Hydration and Nutrition:
Water Bottle
Navigation Tools:
Map of Lumbini
Guidebook or BrochureLighting
First Aid Kit:
Basic supplies include band-aids, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, and any personal medications.
Personal Security:
Money Belt or Neck Wallet
Personal Items and Extras
Personal Identification and Documentation:
Passport and Visa
Travel InsuranceCash
Toiletries and Personal Care Items:
Basic toiletries including hand sanitizer, tissues, wet wipes, and any personal items.
Sun Protection:
Sunscreen with high SPF and lip balm with SPF to protect against sunburn.
Power Bank:
For charging your electronic devices on the go.
A trip to Lumbini is not just a tour but a journey into the heart of Buddhism and peace. Packing the right equipment ensures you are prepared for both the practical and spiritual aspects of this journey. Enjoy your exploration of this sacred site, and may it be a peaceful and enlightening experience.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

$ 850 Per Person
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Enquiry Whatsapp +9779862854770 Download PDF

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