Helicopter tour to Lumbini Sacred Garden - 1.15 hours

Helicopter tour to Lumbini Sacred Garden - 1.15 hours

Easy and quick way for the pilgrimage to the birthplace of Buddha is to take the helicopter flight to Lumbini. Lumbini is the birth place of Lord Buddha, born as Shakya prince Siddhartha Gautam in 543 B.C. It is about 250 kilimeters southwest of Kathmandu in the flat plains of the Terai and spread out over five miles of landscaped gardens.


Instead of north to see the Himalayas you will be flying south to the plain. In fact your flight takes you southeast direction towards Bhairawa. The weather becomes hotter than in Kathmandu but as you approach Lumbini garden you are in the vicinity of the land where Gautam Buddha was born. You will stop at Lumbini garden for 30 minutes to see and visit the archaeological sites, vihars, and the garden that are being recreated and preserved. Most sublime thing is your presence on the holy site where once upon a time Sidhartha Gautam, light of the world, was born to give enlightenment to the people.

 

Tour Cost:

US$1800 per Helicopter or US$ 360 per person  for the group size 5 person

Best time: All through out  the year. May is the festive time in Lumbini.

How to Book this trip? Fill up the request form from our website, you will find RESERVATION FORM. Give us your arrival details in Kathmandu. If you need hotel booking in Kathmandu please mention the same in your request. Once we receive your request we will book your helicopter tour and send you our bank details to send deposit for the booking. Please note that in peak time like March, April and May and October and November all the helicopters are busy so deposit is must in order to hold helicopter in your desired dates. 

Recommended Clothing & Equipments: Wind proof jacket and trousers,Sun hat, Cotton/wool socks, Sun glasses, Sun lotion, Water bottle, Maps/note book, sweets or snacks

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