Lumbini – 2 Night 3 Days

  •  Activities: Sightseeing
  •   Trip Grade: Easy
  •  Group size: 2 & more
  •  Best Seasons: All season


Lumbini, located in present-day Nepal, is indeed recognized as the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama, who later became known as Buddha. It holds great significance for Buddhists worldwide and is considered a major pilgrimage site. The site’s historical and cultural value led to its inclusion in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites.

Emperor Ashoka, an important figure in ancient India, visited Lumbini in 245 BC. During his visit, he erected a commemorative pillar, known as the Ashoka Pillar, which bears an inscription associated with the birth of Lord Buddha. This pillar serves as an important historical artifact.

Archaeological excavations in Lumbini have revealed remains dating from the 3rd century BC to the 15th century AD. These findings provide valuable evidence about early Buddhist pilgrimage sites and shed light on the region’s religious and cultural history.

Among the notable attractions in Lumbini are the Stupa and monasteries. Stupas are dome-shaped structures that serve as places of worship and contain relics or important Buddhist artifacts. Monasteries, on the other hand, are residential and educational institutions for Buddhist monks and nuns. These structures contribute to the spiritual atmosphere of Lumbini and attract visitors from various Buddhist traditions.

In addition to its historical and religious significance, Lumbini is also known for its diverse flora and fauna. The region’s natural environment offers a peaceful and serene setting for visitors, further enhancing the spiritual experience.

Overall, Lumbini holds immense importance as the birthplace of Buddha and continues to be a cherished destination for Buddhists and tourists seeking to explore Buddhism’s roots and immerse themselves in its rich cultural heritage.

Meet your guide at the hotel and transfer to domestic airport
Fly Kathmandu / Bhairahawa and transfer to Lumbini, hotel check in
At the evening visit Sacre Garden at Lumbini

Day 02 – LUMBINI
Explore the lumbini area – The Sacred garden, different monasteries and stupa.

Excursion to Kapilvastu the ancient city where Siddhartha Gautama lived until the
age of 29, approx. 22 Kilometer west of Lumbini.

Transfer to Airport and fly back to Kathmandu.

Maya devi temple, Lumbini, Nepal

Our services:
Transportation service
English speaking guide
KTM/PKR/KTM Airfare.
2 Night Accommodation
Entrance fees

Insurance of any kind.
Personal expenses.

We also customize the itinerary based on personal interest.

Things to do in Lumbini:

Ramagrama stupa
Constructed between the Mauryan and Gupta periods, one of the eight places where the relics of Buddha were put after his cremation. It is the only one that has never been opened. The Indian Emperor Asoka visited the stupa at Ramagrama in 249 BC.

Deva Daha
The ancient capital of Koliya Kingdom, is identified as the maternal home of Queen Mayadevi and Prajapati Gautami. It is believed that Prince Siddhartha had spent some years of his childhood with his step-mother.

Stone Pillar at Niglihawa – Birth place of Kanak Muni Buddha
A prehistoric Buddha who predates the historical Gautama Buddha by a long, long time. Legend goes he was born in a Brahmin family during the Dwapar era amidst a golden shower (Kanak means gold). His birthplace is Shovawati (present-day Niglihawa in the western Terai of Nepal) – 8 km northeast of Kapilvastu.

Stone pillar at Gotihawa – Birth place of Kakusandha Or Karku chhanda buddha
He was born in Khemavati Park as per the Theravada tradition. At present Khemavati is now known as Gotihawa, and it is located about 4 kilometers southeast of Kapilavastu.

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