Patron Nepal's Charity Cultural Tour

~HAPPY nepali new Year~



How would you like to celebrate another Happy New Year 2078 in mid-April in Middle South-East of Nepal?


This individual travel program offers visits to many non-tourist sites around Middle South-East of Nepal including visits to many temples and other sites / locations of cultural significance.


Nishchal LP Ghimire will be your guide for this lovely cultural tour through Middle South-East Nepal and will also serve as your professional local tour guide to help you on your unforgettable travels through scenic Nepal!


This trip will only be available to a limited number of people.

Included in the price quoted:

  •  My Interest Program included visiting Health Camp & Eye Camp, Schools & Community Village, Traditional Feeding the Community and their Children
  • Professional guide services
  • Lodgings in double room (for single room available at an additional cost)
  • Authentic Nepali meals and tea
  • Local transportation
  • Entry ticket to temple Janaki Mandir in Janakpur
  • Patron Nepal "Sharing Experience" Funds

Duration Best Travel Time Travel Schedule Travel Cost
01-07 days 01. - 30. April 2022 start at any time USD$ 100/day
01-15 days 01. - 30. April 2022 start at any time USD$ 100/day
01-30 days 01. - 30. April 2022 start at any time USD$ 100/day

Fees for Travel, Guide, Transportation, Food, Accommodation, Donation to Patron Nepal Projects as listed in 'Our Objectives & Impact', Marketing, Administration & Overhead costs are included.

Janaki Mandir

Top choice hindu temple in Janakpur


At the heart of Janakpur lies the marble Janaki Mandir, one of the grander pieces of architecture in Nepal, and the city's must-see sight. Built in extravagant baroque Mughal style, the temple is dedicated to Sita, the wife of Rama and heroine of the Ramayana. It’s believed to stand on the spot where King Janak found the infant Sita lying in the furrow of a ploughed field.


The temple only dates from 1910, but with its white marble arches, domes, turrets and screens, it feels much older.


At the back of the complex is a small museum with some amusingly retro moving statues telling the story of Rama and Sita.


Source: Lonely Planet