10 Most Popular Sites to Visit in Nepal for Indian Travelers

Namaste and a warm welcome to Nepal dear Indian Travelers. As a professional tour agency in Nepal that specializes in operating Indian groups for pilgrimage, adventure, and holiday purposes, Blue Himalaya Tours and Travels escort you to some of the unavoidable and wonderful tour destinations in Nepal by customizing the itinerary. We have enlisted 10 magnificent sites in Nepal that are extremely popular for Indian travelers.

Pashupatinath Temple:

Pashupatinath temple is the best pilgrimage destination in the world for Hindu pilgrimage seekers. Millions of devotees pay their homage every year at this temple and explore its premises. Located at the heart of Kathmandu city, it welcomes a visitor with the attractions of the golden top pyramid-shaped temple with four silver doors. The surroundings are prevailed by other temples and other attractions. The holy Bagmati River flows at the side, where the crematory zone is located on its bank.

Boudhanath Stupa:

It is a Buddhist pilgrimage site but welcomes all types of tourists and travelers to its glorious dome-shaped Stupa, which is the biggest one in South Asia. The fluttering prayer flags around the Stupa, the souvenirs shops around, restaurants, and the spiritual surroundings at Boudhanath are great sites to visit in Nepal Holidays.

Swayambhunath Stupa:

Swayambhunath Stupa is located at the hilltop in Kathmandu, which is aptly called the view tower of the Kathmandu valley. It is rich in cultural attractions with giant statues of different forms of Lord Buddha, Stupa, and temples. The prayer flags remain fluttering almost all the time with the wind blow. Several steps guide you on the way to the main stupa point, which offers spiritual vibes and you will get an opportunity to explore the wonderful scenery of the Kathmandu valley.


The temple of Lord Visnu, whose sculpture is sleeping over the Naga exposes the cultural beauty of the Budanilakantha temple. The temple remains often busy by the huge crowd of Hindu devotees. It takes about half an hour's drive from Thamel to reach there.

Patan Durbar square:

Patan Durbar Square is situated in the Lalitpur district of Nepal. It is one of the three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of its attractions is the ancient royal palace where the Malla Kings of Lalitpur resided.

Dakshinkali Temple:

Dakshinkali temple is also known as the temple of the strong divine power of Goddess Kali, who is believed to get satisfied by the fresh blood. So, animal sacrifice is given at this temple. People visit there before starting any important works or after buying any machinery things. Get the holy prowess at the Dakshinkali Temple. It is located about 35 km south of Kathmandu.


Chandragiri is seventeen kilometers from Thamel, Kathmandu, it lies on the southwest side of Kathmandu Valley which is 2551 meters above sea level. This hill is connected with both Buddhist and Hindu religions. The hill provides panoramic views of Tara, Kathmandu Valley, and the Himalayas ranges of Annapurna and Everest.
Day Hike to Chandragiri begins from the cable car station above Thankot. It is dramatic to walk, enjoying the views of a Cable car. Eventually, it seems you are walking in the remote countryside. You will hear the sound of birds, smell the leaves that had fallen down and walk continuously uphill. It is a bit mixed trail, some parts are fine and some are tough, but Blue Himalaya Tours excellently supports stories. The branches of trees are friends that help you take abundant snaps.  The top of the Chandragiri (8369ft.) hill is a cable car station, which is also an amazing park. You will see children playing and devotees paying their homage to the Bhaleshwor temple. The Everest, Jugal Himal, and the Langtang range can be explored. If you take a different trail while descending from Chandragiri hiking, the stone staircase and the wide and open meadows offer you a base to entertain. Chandragiri Hiking itinerary is set for the full day that offers you enough time to enjoy.chandragiri-hill

Lord Shiva Statue in Sanga:

Once you are in Kathmandu, why don't you visit Sanga and get an opportunity to take pictures at the tallest statue of Lord Shiva? It takes about an hour to drive there via Bhaktapur from Kathmandu.


Manakamana Temple:

Manakamana Temple (The Wish-fulfilling Goddess) The Manakamana temple lies 100 km from the west part of Kathmandu situated in the Gorkha district of Nepal is the sacred place of the Hindu Goddess Bhagwati, an incarnation of Parvati. The name Manakamana originates from two words, “mana” meaning heart, and “kamana” meaning wish. Venerated since the 17th century, it is believed that Goddess Manakamana grants the wishes of all those who make the pilgrimage to her shrine to worship her.



Seeking a magnificent tour in Nepal with your family and friends? Then you can't skip Pokhara, which is a beautiful town surrounded by the Lakes and rewarded by the stunning Himalayan views. It has got multiple attractions for travelers as David's Falls, Mahendra cave, Gupteshor Cave, Seti River gorge, World Peace Pagoda, Mountaineering Museum, and back to row the boat at the Phewa Lake. If you love adventure then you can enjoy the paragliding flight, mountain biking, ultra-light flight, ABC Helicopter Tour, and several activities. Oh, yes, exploration of the breathtaking sunrise view over the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges from Sarangkot is just awesome.


Muktinath Temple:

Muktinath is such an impressive pilgrimage destination for the Hindu devotees and a delighting visiting area for nature lovers that people expect to reach there at least once in their lifetime. Located in the Mustang region, beyond Annapurna Himalayas, Muktinath temple welcomes travelers, which is believed that once you pay your homage there, the door to heaven remains open for you after death. Muktinath literally means getting salvation at the abode of the Lord.



Explore the serene destination with the cultural aura of the birthplace of Lord Buddha and feel the spirituality. It is a UNESCO-listed world heritage site, which is accessible after about 8 hours of drive or half an hour flight and 20 minutes drive from Kathmandu.



Janakpur is a blessed town that has been mentioned in Hindu mythology. Ram from Ayodhya of India married Sita (daughter of King Janak) in the Treta Yuga. So, every year, the wedding takes place in memory of this wedding that marks how tight is the cultural knot between Nepal and India with an exchange of culture and bridal ceremonies. Explore this mythical town of Janakpurdham and be blessed.

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