We organize festival tours in Nepal. Our festival tours is the best way to experience the rich cultural heritage of Nepal. Join one of our festival tour in Nepal and enjoy the beauty of the multi-religions, multi-cultural, multi-lingual and culturally diverse land Nepal. The famous festival tours of Nepal are Gai Jatra, Bisket Jatra, Indra Jatra, Teej, Lhosar, Bijaya Dashami, Deepawoli and Tiji Festival in Upper Mustang.
Here we have listed some of the festival tours we are operating in Nepal. If you have a specific festival in mind that is not featured here, please write us. We will endeavour to put together a trip especially for you.
Gai Jatra is a carnival of dancing, singing, mirth and laughter. The festival of cow is celebrated in the Kathmandu Valley to commemorate the death of loved ones... view trip
The eight-day long Indra Jatra festival falls in September and is one of the most exciting and revered festivals of the Newari community of the Kathmandu Valley... view trip
This is the longest Hindu festival in Nepal, traditionally celebrated for two weeks with prayers and offerings to Durga, the Universal Mother Goddess... view trip
The five-day festival of lights, known as Tihar honors Yama, the God of Death, meanwhile the worship of Laxmi, the Goddess of Wealth dominates the festivities... view trip
The Hindu festival of Teej is marked by fasting of women who pray to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, seeking their blessings for marital bliss... view trip
Trek beyond the beaten path in the Mustang Valley and experience the stunning views and cultural interaction found in the traditional villages... view trip
Bisket Jatra, Bhaktapur's weeklong festival marks the ancient solar Nava Barsha (New Year) and is the only festival that does not follow the lunar-based Nepali calendar... view trip
Tamu Lhosar is a festival of Tamang, Magar, Gurung and other Himalayan communities of Nepal celebrate Tamu Lhosar as their New Year during the month of December... view trip
Buddha Jayanti is a special day for both Hindus and Buddhists in Nepal. On this day people celebrate the life of Lord Buddha; his Birth, Enlightenment and Mahaparinirvana (Death)... view trip