The beauty of tourism exists in the eyes of the beholder—defined only by an individual’s experiences. Nepal has become the perfect destination for Tourism and Spiritual Tourism and the flow of tourists has been increasing in significant numbers throughout the past few decades. In Asia and the Middle East, people have been practicing Spiritual ‘Pilgrimage Tours’ for many thousands of years. The true purpose of these Spiritual tours has been for personal self discovery and enlightenment. Muktinath Yatra, Manasarovar Yatra, Pashupatinath Yatra and Gosaikunda Yatra are some of the popular Pilgrimage Tours of Hindus that have been followed throughout the centuries.
Tourists experience the essence of the world around them, forgoing their ‘self’ and diving into the outer environment. At the same time, Spiritual Tourists use Pilgrimages to delve deep into their subconscious within and imbue the silence they find with healing and understanding. This is the basic principle of Spiritual Tourism—where tourism is purely exploring something external, Spiritual Tourism is all about self-witnessing and realization in the peaceful environment of nature.
At this point of time, Nepal is the perfect destination for Tourism or Spiritual Tourism.
The beautiful landscapes of the country, from the rivers and waterfalls, to the green hills dotted with red rhododendrons and snow capped peaks, this Himalayan nation is a perfect place where you can find a true sensation of contentment.
Simply put, nature is the best healer. Beautiful panoramic scenery, music of rivers and water springs unites you with your inner being through the power of silence. Travelling Nepal is all about experiencing your inner silence through natural beauty. This is why many Sadhus—Saints—practiced meditation in the Himalayas of Nepal, and one of the reasons Muktinath turned out to be a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists.
If the anxiety-ridden complexity of your hustle and bustle life weighs you down, we invite you to enjoy the serenity of Nepal. The Mani walls, prayer flags, monasteries and prayer wheels all beckon inner purity. This connection with spirit has created the term, ‘Yoga’—the first step in meditation.
Nepal breathes ‘Spirituality’—and so can you. Come and feel the power of contentment.
Crimson Nepal has outlined four main destinations as ‘Tour’ and ‘Spiritual Tour’ Destinations—Kathmandu Valley Tour, Kathmandu Pokhara Tour, Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Manaslu Region and Lumbini—the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Welcome to the new you—a person who feels free of the weight of the world.