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Day Wise Itinerary
Bodh Gaya is truly a wonderful place to visit. While several devotees throng this city to see the sacred Bodhi Tree - under which Lord Buddha attained nirvana, there is much to see and experience. This is where tourists come to find peace of mind.
Even though this is a small city in India, there are tremendous Tibetan influences that can be seen here. Tibetan food and articles can be found with absolute ease and all these have found much favour with tourists.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01: Arrive At Delhi
Arrive New Delhi, our representative will meet and greet you and transfer to the hotel. and we wash and change and get ready for full day New Delhi tour, we visit some of the fascinating places in delhi such as Red Fort, Jama masjid, Connaught place, Humayaun tomb, lotus temple and Qutab minar and later we come back to the hotel and overnight in the hotel.
Day 02 : New Delhi To Patna - Bodhgaya (By Flight)
Breakfast at the hotel and today we are transferred to New Delhi domestic airport to take a direct and short flight to Patna. Upon arrival we are assisted at the airport and we further drive to Bodgaya. Check in at the hotel and overnight at the hotel.
Travel from Delhi to Bodhgaya
Fly to Gaya
Fly to Patna, train
Day 03 : Bodhgaya Sightseeing
Breakfast at the hotel and visit the Mahabodhi temple where Buddha attained enlightenment and we come back to the hotel and overnight at the hotel.
The Mahabodhi Temple is a Buddhist temple in Bodh Gaya, marking the location where Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, is said to have attained enlightenment. Bodh Gaya (located ...
Bodh Gaya, Bihar
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Day 04 : Bodhgaya To Sarnath – Varanasi (250 Km/ 6hrs)
Breakfast at the hotel and later we drive to Sarnath, a place where Lord Buddha give enlightenment and we continue our drive to Varanasi and check in at the hotel and overnight at the hotel.
Travel from Bodhgaya to Varanasi
Day 05 : Varanasi Sightseeing
Morning enjoy Boat ride at the banks of Ganges, we come back to the hotel and breakfast at the hotel. We go for half day temple tour of Varanasi and in the evening we go for Aarti on the banks of Ganges and come back to the hotel and overnight at the hotel.
One of the oldest living cities of the world, Varanasi is held in high esteem by the Hindu devotees from all over. Once known as 'Kashi' and 'Banaras', the city of spiritual ...
Day 06 : Varanasi To Kushinagar
Breakfast at the hotel and later we drive to Kushinagar, check in at the hotel and later overnight at the hotel.
Travel from Varanasi to Kushinagar
Day 07 : Kushinagar To Lumbini
Breakfast at the hotel. Today we go for half day city tour of Kushinagar where Lord Buddha attained Mahaparinirvana (Demise). We visit the Mahaparinirvana temple and the site of Lord Buddha cremation. Later Drive to Lumbini upon arrival check in at the hotel and overnight stay at hotel.
The Mahaparinirvana temple is most famous in Kushinagar as it has a 6 meters long reclining statue of Buddha lying on his right side facing the west representing the image of ...
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Travel from Kushinagar to Lumbini
Day 08 : Lumbini To Kathmandu
Breakfast at the hotel and later we drive to Lumbini where Lord Buddha was born. We visit the site where Lord Buddha was born and later drive to Kathmandu and check in at the hotel and overnight at the hotel.
Travel from Lumbini to Kathmandu
Fly from Bhairawa
Drive to Pokhara, fly
Day 09 : Kathmandu Sightseeing
Breakfast at the hotel and we go for full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu such as morning visit to Swayambhunath and Boudhanath Swayambhunath with its all seeing eyes of the Buddha perched on a hillock is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites for both Nepalese and Tibetans Swamibodnath temple. Visit Patan City or Lalitpur, which literally means a city of artisans, is a treat for the eyes. It is an enchanting mélange of
palaces, spacious courtyards and beautiful monuments. The remarkable 16th century temple dedicated to the Hindu God Lord Krishna built entirely of stone and adorned
with intricate carvings is an architectural wonder. The Tibetan Refugee Camp, just a stone's throw from the main thoroughfare of the district, is famous for its Tibetan rugs and handicrafts. The famous Kwa Baha known as the Golden Temple located in the
periphery of the main palace square is an absorbing experience. Other places of interest are the Mahabouddha Temple also known as Mahabodhi the hotel.