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Welcome to Nepal

Nepal is a landlocked country with India in the southern, eastern, western sides and China in northern sides. Nepal has a great variation in languages (70 spoken), religions, ethnic groups (more than 61), geographic structures, occupation, culture and traditions. The country has many ever flowing rivers, thick tropical jungles, greatest mountain ranges and different climatic conditions. Owing ...

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Gorkha Pilgrimage Trail Trek

Gorkha has a legend that Gorkha King Ram Shah's (1614-1636 A.D.) Queen possessed divine powers - a fact known only to Lakhan Thapa, her devotee. One day, when the King discovered that his Queen was a Goddess, he suddenly died. As per the custom, the Queen had to commit "Sati" on his cremation pyre.Consoling the lamenting Lakhan, she promised to reappear near his home.

 Six months later, a farmer hit a stone while ploughing his field and notced blood and milk flowing from it. The flow ceased when Lakhan worshipped the stone with tantric rituals. The site became the foundation of the present day shrine- the current Pujari being the 17th generation descendant of Lakhan Thapa.

  Renovated many times over the centuries, the Manakamana Temple has a four-tiered pagoda style roof with the entrance facing southwest. The Pujari performs daily prayers and rituals behind closed doors before allowing the public to enter. Manakamana Devi is widely believed to bless her devotees by fulfilling their wishes.


Day1: Drive from Kathmandu to Manakamana by bus and cable car

Day2: Trek from Manakamana to Pipalchap [Himal Devi (Jal Vevi Temple)]

Day3: Trek from Pipalchap to Gorkha Durbar (Kalika and Gorakhnath temple)

Day4: Drive back to Kathmandu from Gorkha

Trip Facts:

Duration: 4 Days

Best Month: all seasons

Trekking Hours: 6 hrs

Starting Point: Manakamana

End Point: kathmandu

Style of Trek: Lodge


• Airport pick up and drop
• Two nights Tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing with breakfast
• Food, lodging and other expenses of trekking crew
• Lodge accommodation on twin or triple sharing basis while on trek
• Food (3 meals a day) optional
• English speaking guide/porter (s)


• Flight ticket
• Personal equipment and clothing
• Your travel & medical Insurance
• Cold drinks, alcoholic beverages and desserts
• Personal expenses like laundry, Internet etc
• Tips to the crew