• DURATION3 Days
  • GROUP SIZE1-12


  • Scenic drive to Lumbini
  • Visit Mayadevi temple where Buddha was born
  • Visit Ashoka pillar
  • Visit various monasteries

Trip Overview

Lumbini is one of ten world heritage sites for religious pilgrimage in the world and sole source of world's one of the major religions, Buddhism, and a source of world peace and prosperity, and no doubt one of the places to be visited in your lifetime.

Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha is one of the most popular destinations for the world's over one million Buddhists. It does not mean it is only famous for Buddhist religious groups along but also for any individual searching for peace and serenity in life.

Lumbini is located in the south-western part of Nepal, which is approximately 300 km away from Kathmandu. About 2,600 years ago, Approximately in 566 BC, Siddhartha Gautam was born in Lumbini while his mother Maya Devi was on her way to her maternal home for the delivery. The holy book also says that Maya Devi was feeling the onset of labor pains, and she grabbed the branches of a shade tree and gave birth to Lord Buddha. Immediately after birth, the Buddha said to have announced that it was his final rebirth and took seven steps, under each of which a lotus flower bloomed. 

Siddhartha Gautam was the prince of the Shakya King, who said to have ruled in central Terai from their capital at Titaurakot. Later on, he had attained enlightenment, at which time he became the Buddha.

Lumbini arguably has been the world's most important historical site. Therefore, why UNESCO even listed Lumbini under the lists of world's heritage sites in 1997 AD, and equally, it has also been the source of one of the world's great religions and the center of the country's most significant archeological discovery.

There are several ancient ruins of Buddhist monasteries, Maya Devi temple, a sacred garden spread over eight sq km, a sacred Bo tree, Ashoka pillar, and a sacred bathing pool in Lumbini. Maya Devi had taken a bath in the Sacred bathing pool before giving birth to Gautam Buddha.

The Lumbini tour is best suitable for those looking for peace. We have several trekking programs, including Everest base camp trek and Annapurna base camp trek. So, the Lumbini tour can be the best-extended tour after any of these treks. Or, we can combine the Lumbini tour with the Chitwan Jungle safari or Pokhara tour as well. Let us know if you want to make a Lumbini tour with any of these treks or tours in Nepal.


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You have an early breakfast at your hotel in Kathmandu. Our guide and drive will come to pick you up at your hotel to drive Lumbini. It takes about 8-9 hours (depends on traffic) along the highway.

You drive by private tourist vehicle. So, you can stop at places to take photos, and you stop for lunch on the way as well, check into the hotel and evening at leisure. You will travel with a tourist guide.

  • Hotel
  • Lumbini

Lumbini is one of the world's major religious, architectural, and historical sites. You devote your time to visit as many places and sites in Lumbini as possible and, the place is a big area with monuments, temples, and ancients sites that make it a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Firstly, you visit the Mayadevi temple, which is built on the exact place where Buddha was born. You spend some time wandering around the gardens. Other important landmarks that you visit in Lumbini include Ashoka's Pillar erected by Emperor Ashoka (249 BC) on the spot of Buddha's birth, which also has the oldest inscription in Nepal.

There are many Buddhist Temples founded by the devotees that you visit in the Lumbini tour from different countries that include Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese and Burmese, Korean, etc.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Lumbini

After breakfast at the hotel, you have little free time to walk around then drive to Kathmandu, which takes about 8-9 hours, it is a long scenic drive, and the tour is complete once you arrive at Kathmandu.

  • Breakfast

What's Included

  • Transport from Kathmandu to Lumbini and return by private tourist vehicle
  • 2-night hotel in Lumbini with breakfast
  • Entrance fees to visit the Lumbini
  • Tour guide throughout the tour

What's Excluded

  • Meals (lunch and dinner) and personal expenses
  • Tips for the guide & driver
  • Anything not mentioned in the included section