Nepal in Nepal

Nepal tour is our common package that is suitable for everyone. You will visit the heart of Kathmandu city with full of heritage sites and Pokhara, which is one of the most popular destinations for tourist in Nepal

Nepal Pilgrimage Tour

Kathmandu valley is known for its culture and the UNESCO would heritage sites combined with mixed tradition and spiritual practices in the region with diverse people living in the area.

Divinity of Nepal with Buddha

This tour offer beautiful Lumbini pilgrimage sites, Lumbini Garden, birth place of Gautam Buddha, Mayadevi Temple, Ashoka Pillar, several Buddhist monasteries, eternal lamp and beautiful landscape.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is one of the holiest pilgrimages for the Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bon.

Muktinath Yatra Package

Muktinath is a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Vale

Friday, 23 September 2016

How to Reach Muktinath....?

1. Easiest option is take a flight from Pokhara to Jomsom then hike for 7-8 hours from Jomsom

2. Trekking is another option all the way from Pokhara through Kali- Gandaki valley; it takes 7/8 days.

3. These days the Bus & Jeep Services are available from Pokhara to Jomsom via Beni, Ghasa, Tato Pani, Tukuche, Marfa, it takes time about 10-11 hrs. There are only 4 WD jeep services after the Jomsom to Ranipauwa nearby Muktinath, it takes 2.30 hrs. The road is unpaved after Beni to Jomsom & Muktinath through the Kaligandaki river bank & hill area.

4. Helicopter services are also available from Pokhara & Kathmandu. The sight of the bewildering Annapurana and Dhaulagiri ranges will enchant you as you approach towards Pokhara Valley by air or surface. The next morning when you discover the clear sky and views of mountain, you then discover you are on your special journey to the Muktinath.


Friday, 16 September 2016

The Living Goddess and Indra Procession in Indra Jatra

Festival Schedule 13th Sep -21 Sep 2016

Indra Jatra is named after King of God ‘Indra’, who is also the god of rain. All Hindus and Buddhist celebrate Indra Jatra to thank God Indra for his kindness. The festival lasts for eight days.
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On the third day of the festival of Indra Jatra, the living goddess Kumari is taken out in a procession in a chariot. “Kumari”, the “living goddess”, is considered to be an incarnation of the goddess “Taleju”. Chariots of Kumari, Ganesha and Bhairav are taken around the city for three days.

 The festival dedicated to Indra, the god of rain and king of heaven, is celebrated for eight days. During the celebrations, Lakhe dances are performed on the streets of Kathmandu. The dance is one of the most popular dances of Nepal with performers wearing Lakhe costume and masks.

At first, Indra jatra festival was celebrated and observed by only Newar community, but now it has become a national festival. Both Hindu and Buddhist communities come together to celebrate this.
The festival of Indra Jatra is intimately linked to the harvest season as devotees give thanks to Indra for rains and good crops. This is one of Nepal's most vibrant festivals, marked by processions of masked dancers in the capital, Kathmandu. The celebrations usually last for eight days and the festival is celebrated by both Hindus and Buddhists.
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Saturday, 20 August 2016

Women Special Holidays Package

She is tolerant, strong, powerful, sensual, surviving and we address her Woman.
 Solo Tours Nepal

Hey ladies get ready to explore and achieve the best of the holidays that rejuvenate you and enjoy your “personal me time”. For all the energetic and enthusiast ladies NTP Brings well planned vacations that balance the activity, leisure, security and tranquillity. 

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We have carefully planned accommodation and sightseeing for an enchanting experience. Plan an exclusive woman special tour with us.

 Adventure in Nepal
Travel with NTP and relive the most beautiful days of your life.

Saturday, 13 August 2016

Reasons to visit Nepal Now 2016 - 2017

When I travelled last year, to Nepal to report on whether the country was prepared to welcome tourist after the major series of earthquakes which rattled the entire region affected Nepal the most in 2015.

As a travel company Responsible Person with Offices at various locations, huge infrastructure and Team members combined with 30 years standing I was wondering how would we sustain the show and I was totally nervous with several inferences of my own and anticipations and started preparing to visit the nook and corner in order to plan our strategy to promote the destination. This would help me in preparing plans and better understand the infrastructure and resources.

As during that period following the earthquakes, the media had showcased a country in ruin. But was Nepal unsafe now, It took nine months the ground had stopped shaking but still all had mental tremor as anything could happen any time.
While I was travelling to Nepal I ensured I am in a cool mood and bought a non branded Pant and Bright blue tea shirt with ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP. Thereafter I passed through the tent village in the Nepali capital (City centre), where earthquake refugees were habituated and lived with only the clothes on their backs. They all had reconciled with the reality and were moving ahead with the routine in order to ensure the livelihood for the family and their own rehabilitation; this was a real motivation for me.

Next day I visited him Kopan Monastry what was real encouragement for me where Buddhist monks with Robes and peace on face spoke about Acceptance, compassion, contentment and love. The heart was full of gratitude when he said Stop looking for an added thing and be contended what you have now – this was a real motivation for me.

Then I visited Boudha the peaceful Tibetan Buddhist temple, here the Major Golden Stupa had cracked during the earthquake and the same is being rebuilt. I climbed the broken stone stairs to a rooftop area overlooking the temple; I passed by the set of chanting Buddhists, who seem contended and least affected by the damage. The had clear understanding as Life goes on. Devotion continues & the Stupas are still sacred, even if anybody are imperfect and not rearing.

I had lit butter lamps and recited a prayer: “Almighty give courage and strength to the Mankind and plants, animals and remove suffering to the body, mind and inner soul. Lord gives them all happiness and enlightens them to move ahead and excel”

Om Dyau Shanti Rantariksha Gwam
Shanti Prithvi Shanti Rapah
Shanti Roshadhayah Shanti Vanas Patayah
Shanti Vishwed Devah Shanti Brahma
Sarvag Wam
Shanti Shanti Reva Shanti Sa Ma Shanti Redhi
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti


Unto the Heaven be Peace, Unto the Sky and the Earth be Peace,
Peace be unto the Water, Unto the Herbs and Trees be Peace,
Unto all the Gods be Peace, Unto Brahma and unto All be Peace.
And may we realize that Peace.
Om Peace Peace Peace

The nearby township of Bhaktapur was affected in 1934 and 2015 but life was onn and locals were planning to rebuild the same and I was totally encouraged with the enthusiasm, there were beautiful ancient wood crafted lattice, Narrow bricks and an open area with a Pagoda above the temple.

Nepal carries long age old legacy which has history of royal families, civil war, earthquake and border disputes /tiffs and the resultant shortage of household routine needs like petrol and fuel – but the real encouragement was optimism. Finally I realized things are beyond our control and we all have to live with them and life has to live with enthusiasm to achieve and rebuild.

Then I decided to travel by road to Pokhara where the entire economy is surviving on adventure tourism and Annapurna trekking. The region was totally unaffected since tourist come from Kathmandu (the only intl. airport) the shopkeepers were sitting idle but when we met them they were still smiling and greeted Namaste with the hope of all would settle and life would go onn. I was really encouraged.

 Adventure in nepal

Then I went for Paragliding and Zip line and we enjoyed the activity and I asked the instructor would you like to opt for another business or profession he said no as this is just the phase and all would settle with the time what was very encouraging to understand.

Experts of the tourism industry estimate that tourism numbers were down 65 percent across Nepal in 2015. Yet the places we visit are functioning normally, lacking only the usual tourist rush. It’s a magically quiet time.

From Pokhara I moved to Jomsom the Mustang District since we promote Muktinath Shrine and Annapurna trekking so it was essential for me to understand how to guide my guest. The region was seen with donkeys, red cherub children, the monks with prayer wheels, yak bells, local artifacts and jewelry. Then I checked with the locals they said that not much affect of the earthquake but since base was having the affects and aftermath all are having repercussion, since economy is surviving on Tourism only.

After my eight days tour I realized Nepal is rubbing off all that had happened and life is Onn and time would heal all and we must move ahead and try our level best.

Now after one year of the jolt in 2016 I am finding the bustling tourism, activity and the region majorly settled in routine. This is real satisfaction for me as I am as well able to cruise ahead with great lesson and learning and our team is again thinking progressive and surging ahead.

Now with our progressive team we are promoting the destination in a bigger and better way with several holiday packages with 7 nights to 10 nights, corporate conferences at Nepal, trekking and Pilgrimage tours bound to Kailash Mansarover, Muktinath, Jankpur, Lumbini and many more.

 Blog written by Pooja Mehraa Corporate Director Nepal Tourism Package (NTP Tourism Affairs Ltd.) an inbound travel company for Nepal.


Monday, 27 June 2016

Attractions of Muktinath Yatra, Nepal

Kunda: -

Right in Front of the Shrine Muktinath there are 2 Kundas (Water ponds). The Kundas are mainly used for holy dip and is has belief to hold the super power to wash away all the sins and the negative karma and the outcome of Janama /lifespan.

Gomba Samba:

This is a popular monastery with Tibetan origin and is bestowed with supernatural power. Legends and Mythological inscriptions has it that the Syandol Lama, a monk from Tibet founded this monastery. This was actually used for the hostel for monks/lama . Earlier it was ruined and now restored by the community off Khinga and Jharkot later restored it. The popular dies ties of the monastries are Sakyamuni, Chingresig and Guru Rimpoche. The monastery is located  on the left side of the entrance gate of Muktinath temple complex, and holds a special spiritual value .
Jwala Mai Temple:-

Below the shrine of Muktinath Temple You would find a Tibet pattern Jwala Mai Temple. This Temple is popular for the water that it issues from a rock inside it. Inside this Temple behind a tattered curtain, exist a natural gas jest that produce Continuously burning flame, the Jwala Mai temple has a spring and there are three eternal flames "Holy flame from soil", “Holy flame from rock” and “Holy flame from water” fed by natural gas. Apparantly two flames are continuously burning. The Hindus has a belief that this fire was lit as an offering made by Brahma himself, (the creator) as he set water on fire.


Hindu Saint known with the name of Lord Shri Swaminarayan is linked with the Temple of Muktinath.  Also called as  a Satguru of Sabij Yoga, towards the end of the 18th century he practiced severe penance in Muktinath for two and a half months and attained the proficiency in Nishkamvrat. In 2003 his disciples funded the new wall around Muktinath and raised a small monument for him at Muktinath.


The most popular and sought after thing is Shaligram known as Sukusm Vishnu . During the pilgrimage we pass by the River kali Gandaki from where one can collect fossils of the Jurassic age. These fossils are also available in various sizes from the local Shops.  Shaligram, a black colour stone fossil is considered sacred and is kept in pooja (prayer) room in the house / temple . This is actually the symbol of Lord Vishnu. The stone has its importance and place in the Puranas as Krishnagandaki (Black Gandaki) & as well as  Chakranadi, and worshipped as one of the holiest rivers, Krishnagandaki comprise  of seven Gandaki rivers supposed to come from cheek (Gandasthal) of Lord Vishnu.

 Nearby Places:-

The Muktinath has historical importance and  places Putak, Chhyokhar, Purang Jharkot, Jhong,  and Khinga. There exist several monasteries and Gompa around the Muktinath temple.

Ranipauwa (Lit.Queen pilgrims hostel the name of Subarna Prabha Devi) is the contemporary settlement village founded by people of Purang. So, when we plan to visit the holy location and reach the ultimate destination - The Pilgrimage journey made to this holy Muktinath, holy dip in the Kunda and bath beneath of 108 waterspouts "Muktidhara" is believed to bring about salvation (Moksha) and the aim to fulfil the human thirst to achieve Moksha.

NTP is bestowed to book the pilgrimage bound to this Mukti kshetra where you enjoy the spiritual journey with Param Ananda

Thursday, 21 April 2016

Nepal - Land of Temples, Snow Capped Peaks, Sherpas, Yaks, Mantras, Monasteries, Paragliding & Cannoning

Nepal is home to world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest and gateway to Holy Mount Kailash. It is wedged between Himalayas and the moist plains of India. Out trigger on the Rapti River and gliding next to the Annapurana mountain range. Nepal gives us a complete package of relaxation, pilgrimage and adventure. The country has a plenty of sightseeing places like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nagarkot and Chitwan.

Nepal Tourism is divided into three different segments which are well in consideration all over the world; pilgrimage, wildlife and adventure.

Nepal has pilgrimage for three different religion: Hindu, Buddhist and Jain. Himalayas are called to be the home to Lord Shiva and his family. The gateway to the holiest Mt. Kailash is also from Nepal. The famous and sacred Pashupatinath Temple is also located in Kathmandu on the bank of river Bagmati. Janakpur is one of the most historical and religious city in Nepal as it is said to be the house of goddess Sita and a pilgrimage site for both Hindu and Nepalese. Muktinath is the land of Salvation and Mosha, a site of worship for Hindu as well as Buddhist. It is believed that a bath under 108 water pipes flowing around the temple can get moksha. Another famous place of pilgrimage is Lumbin, the birth place of Lord Gautam Buddha.


Wildlife in Nepal

Chitwan is a rough country of rich ecosystem that includes more than 700 types of mammals, birds, reptiles and water animals of numerous kinds. The tourist attractions of this park are Asian one-horned rhinoceros and some Royal Bengal Tigers that live in the dense forests of the park. There are some adventure filled activities offered at this national park like elephant safari, bird watching, jeep drive and elephant bathing.



The city of Pokhara is called as the adventure capital of Nepal, the main reason of people traveling to this region. There are ample options of outdoor adventure activities available in Nepal. There is an extended list of the activities offered in this region like rock climbing, white water rafting, bungy jumping, paragliding and cannoning which are admired among adventure lovers. Also, one can have an adrenalin rush while doing bungy jumping over the high bridge of Bhote Koshi.  

So, in total the country of Nepal gives a complete package including pilgrimage, relaxation, wildlife, adventure and  natural beauty. A Lot to do In One Country.....


Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Makar Sankranti Festival 2016, Nepal

Makar Sankranti is celebrated in almost all parts of India and Nepal in lots of cultural forms. It is a harvest festival.

Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn) on its celestial path. The day is also believed to mark the arrival of spring in India and is a traditional event. Makara Sankranthi is a solar event making one of the few Indian festivals which fall on the same date in the Gregorian calendar every year: 15January, with some exceptions when the festival is celebrated on 13 January.

Also called
Sankaranthi or Pongal
Seasonal, Traditional
Festival of Harvest, Celebration of day after Winter Solstice
Kite flying
day when the Sun begins its movement away from the Tropic of Capricorn (mid-January)
2016 date
15 January

Maghe Sankranti (Nepali: माघे सङ्क्रान्ति, Nepal Bhasa: घ्यःचाकु संल्हु) is a Nepalese festival follow on the first of Magh in the Bikram Samwat Nepali calendar (about 14 January), bringing an end to the ill-omened month of Poush when all religious ceremonies are forbidden. On this day, the sun is believed to leave its southernmost position and begin its northward journey. Maghe Sankranti is similar to solstice festivals in other religious traditions.

Followers of the Hinduism take ritual baths during this festival, notably at the auspicious river locations in proximity. These include Sankhamul on the Bagmati near Patan; in the Gandaki/Narayani river basin at Triveni near the Indian border; Devghat near Chitwan Valley and Ridi on the Kaligandaki; and in the Koshi River basin at Dolalghat on the Sun Koshi. Festive foods like laddoo, ghee and sweet potatoes are distributed to relatives and friends. The mother of each household wishes good health to all family members.

The legend states that a successful businessman was curious as to why his supply of sesame seed seemed to be never ending. When he inspected the bag he found an idol of Lord Vishnu, the preserver.

As per Kirat community this festival is celebrated as a start of a new year which is called Yele Dhung. Based on the rical evidence, the Kirat calendar was started when King Yalamber conquered Kathmandu valley.