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Mandala Nepal – Places of Power Kathmandu Valley, 6 days

Suitable for people of all ages, genders and fitness levels.

✔️Несколько days you will live near the ancient Boudhanath Stupa, surrounded by Buddhist monasteries. You will wake up to the sound of ritual trumpets inviting you to the morning puja service.

✔️Вы see the distinctive open-air museum city of Bhaktapur – scenes of Prince Siddhardha’s growing up and his life in the palace were filmed here.

✔️Посетите Farping – New Tibet. It is a place with living representatives of living Buddhist teachings.

✔️ Meet and consult with a Tibetan doctor and massage (optional).

✔️ Excursion to the Ancient Stupa of Swayambhunath. Pashupatinath Hindu Temple. Shivapuri Baba’s Samadhi.

✔️Встреча and consultation with a Jyotish astrologer.

✔️Экскурсия to the royal Durbar Square, the royal palace. Meeting the goddess Kumari.

✔️Встреча with a Buddhist lama: lecture, Q&A.

✔️Посещение factory for making Tibetan singing bowls. Lecture on singing bowls. Meditation with gongs and singing bowls (optional).

What this program offers is a comfortable journey without long transfers, where moderate physical activity is harmoniously combined with relaxation and enjoying the moment. You will not have to carry your belongings and backpacks, moving between points will be done by comfortable transportation.

Kathmandu Valley was called Mandala of Nepal in ancient times.
The Kathmandu Valley is an elliptical shape approximately 24 km long, and approximately 19 km wide. The altitude is about 1400 meters above sea level. The valley is surrounded on four sides by hills that screen it from the Himalayan Mountains, whose peaks can be seen from Kathmandu on a clear, sunny day.

The Kathmandu Valley’s tapestry of religion is made up of many colors and shades; there is animistic belief – worship of nature spirits, shamanism; there is worship of Shakti energy – the Mother Goddess (Kali, Lakshmi, Mahakali), and ascetic yogis who worship Shiva (Pashupati), and Vishnu worshippers (Changu Narayan) and of course Buddhism. The main, main background for all these colors is Hinduism (up to 80%) and Tantric Buddhism. Despite the difference in tradition Hinduism and Buddhism exist harmoniously here, perhaps precisely because of Tantra.

Kathmandu’s global cultural heritage is unique. Of the 8 located in Nepal, 7 are in Kathmandu Valley: Kathmandu Palace Square, Patan Palace Square, Bhaktapur Palace Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple Complex, Changu Narayan Temple. During the week of our Kathmandu program, we will see them all. We will visit not only the most popular tourist spots, but also go on short trips to remote areas of Kathmandu Valley, discovering unique temples, caves, places of power, little known to tourists.

“Mandala Nepal” is an experience-packed week-long program in which we have included meetings and lectures with Remarkable People – bearers of this culture and ancient knowledge. Getting to know them will allow the Mandala of Nepal to unfold in 4D mode 🙂

Tour dates: September 1- 6.

Number of days: 6 days / 5 nights.

Entry into the country: a visa is granted upon arrival in Nepal.

Where to: Nepal.

Where to fly: The program begins and ends in Kathmandu.

Accommodation: in 4* hotels along the route.

Accompaniment: the group is accompanied by Vladimir Poda and a Nepali helper.

Vaccination: not required.

Number of people in the group: from 3 to 20.

Cost of the tour: 850 USD.


The capital city of Kathmandu
Boudhanath Stupa
Swayambhunath Buddhist Stupa and Monastery
Pashupatinath Hindu Temple
Durbar Square
Changu Narayan Temple
The ancient city of Bhaktapur
The ancient city of Patan
Farping Township - New Tibet



Sangit (Cyril): Guide, yoga and meditation teacher. He has lived in Nepal and India for the past 15 years. Deeply knows and loves Nepal. Can open up this country to you in a way that no one else can. Sangit is a certified yoga instructor who trained at the oldest yoga institute in India.

Rekha: born at the foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal. Through this woman, you can recognize the Nepali essence. She is very easy to talk to, open, always cheerful and glowing, energizing with positivity. And yet deep and quiet at the same time.

Udit: born in India, Osho meditation practitioner, astrologer, photographer.

Travel program

Day 1. September 1, 2024, Sunday. Arrival in Kathmandu. Airport pickup. Transfer to the hotel. Exchanging money, getting to know each other, taking vacations. Walk to Boudhanath Stupa, bark around the Stupa. Visit to a Tibetan medicine clinic.

Boudhanath Stupa – a place with amazing energy. Some scenes from the movie “Little Buddha” were filmed here.
It is the oldest and largest stupa. Buddhists from all over the world come here to visit, including the most famous, movie actor Richard Gere. Here from early morning till late evening people walk around the Stupa – this ritual of going around the holy place is called kora. While circumambulating the Stupa, believers recite mantras and make prostrations. It purifies karma and also our heart and mind.
Once at the Stupa, everyone, regardless of their faith, feels a sense of belonging to the flow of Love and Power that has been going on here for centuries.
One of the main relics of the Boudhanath stupa is the ashes of the body of Shakyamuni Buddha, the founder of the world religion. The second relic – it is not so obvious, only the “initiated” – the Tibetan Lamas (Gurus) know about it. It is a statue of the guardian of the stupa itself and the space around it. She grants all wishes. You may or may not believe that. In our experience, it works. After fulfilling a few wishes, you begin to understand the meaning of the expression, “Fear your wishes – they come true!”. Make wishes at a certain place that we will show you. There are dozens of Buddhist monasteries in the Bouda area. We will visit some of them, attend a puja – a service.

If you wish, you can visit a Tibetan medicine clinic and get a health consultation from a Tibetan doctor. You can also get a Ku-Nye Tibetan massage there.

Overnight in a hotel in Kathmandu 4*. near Boudhanath Stupa.


Day 2. September 2, 2024, Monday. Excursion to the Ancient Stupa of Swayambhunath. Pashupatinath Hindu Temple. Shivapuri Baba’s Samadhi. Meeting and consultation with a Jyotish astrologer.

Swayambhunath Buddhist Stupa and Monastery, one of the most famous power centers in Nepal, is located on Monkey Hill. It is the legendary cradle of the Kathmandu Valley, listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site, it is 2000 years old. This place is considered to be the source of Kathmandu Valley, from where the life of the city began and which to this day feeds the city and its people with its energy. Near the Stupa is the Hindu temple of Harati – child protector. Childless couples come here from all over the world to ask for the birth of their children. Their requests are being honored.

Pashupatinath is a shiva shrine. – Nepal’s most important Hindu temple complex, laid out in the 13th century. Chronicles say that the temple existed before the 4th century BC. Besides the temple itself, the complex includes nursing homes, a hospice for the terminally ill and various homes and caves of hermits, sadhus. It is a place that is shockingly frank – here they burn the bodies of the dead and send the ashes down the river. Everyone who happens to be here can see the cremation ceremony, as it is a common process for the locals. We will see the evening ceremony of lights and Aarati music.

Samadhi of the enlightened Shivapuri Baba.

He lived 137 years of earthly life and traveled on foot most of the time. Shivapuri baba, one of the first spiritual teachers of the East, who visited different corners of the planet. He traveled to more than 50 countries and met leaders of many nations, eminent scholars and ordinary people.

Shivapuri Baba had an audience with British Queen Victoria 18 times and lived at the palace for a total of about three years. While in the United States, he met with President Theodore Roosevelt. In Russia he stayed with Leo Tolstoy and had a great influence on him.

He spent the last 37 years in Nepal, until he left his body. The King of Nepal himself allotted him land on Mount Shivapuri. We will visit the Samadhi (burial place) of Shivapuri Baba. It is said that Shivapuri Baba’s body is in the posture of meditation and does not decompose. It is a place with a very special energy where special states of consciousness occur. We tested it out on ourselves, many of our travelers had “insights” here, very unusual events. This is indirect evidence of his spiritual attainment.

“God came like a flash and all questions were answered and all problems disappeared forever.” (Shivapuri Baba).

Evening meeting and consultation with a Jyotish astrologer. Astrologer will tell about the peculiarity of Vedic astrology. Those who wish will be able to request their natal chart and get answers to questions about their destiny.

Overnight in a hotel in Kathmandu 4*. near Boudhanath Stupa.

Shivapuri Baba
Shivapuri Baba

Day 3. September 3, 2024, Tuesday. Excursion to the royal Durbar Square, royal palace. Meeting the goddess Kumari. Shopping. Meeting with a Buddhist lama: lecture, Q&A.

A tour of Kathmandu’s royal square –
. It is a complex of historic buildings, Buddhist and Hindu temples, palaces, courtyards and streets in the center of the old city. Here lives Kumari, the real goddess who descended from heaven into the body of a girl. If you arrive on time and do the ritual, the goddess looks out of the window and you can admire her.

We have shopping planned for today – you can get the items you need for the hike. We will take you to a neighborhood in Kathmandu where there are many stores with souvenirs and things to outfit. There’s a large selection to suit all tastes.

Evening meeting with a Buddhist teacher – lama. He’ll talk about the basics of Buddhism.

Overnight in a hotel in Kathmandu 4*. near Boudhanath Stupa.



Day 4. September 4, 2024, Wednesday. Excursion to Changu Narayan Temple (UNESCO) и ancient city of Bhaktapur (UNESCO) in the outskirts of Kathmandu (40 minutes from the capital).

Introduction to Tibetan singing bowls.

Not far from Kathmandu lies a marvelous “land of saints” called Bhaktapur. This settlement is one of the ancient Nawar cities, which has a large number of architectural monuments. It’s an open-air museum city.

After lunch we will drive to another ancient city of Patan, the place where Tibetan singing bowls are made. Here we will listen to a lecture on singing bowls, learn how to play them and choose the right one. Those who wish may stay for meditation to the sound of singing bowls and gongs.

Overnight in a hotel in Kathmandu 4*. near Boudhanath Stupa.

Tibetan singing bowls

Day 5. September 5, 2024, Thursday. Excursion to Pharping – New Tibet.

Pharping is a Buddhist township 22 kilometers from Kathmandu. It is a place with living representatives of living Buddhist teachings. There are dozens of Buddhist monasteries, stupas and holy sites in and around Farping. Rinpoche and Lamas and their disciples live and practice here, there are special caves for multi-year retreats, daily pujas (services), and teachings at monasteries. We will visit a Buddhist monastery and possibly participate in a puja.

We will walk around the holy sites of Farping:

Asura Cave, where Guru Padmasambhava. spent a long time practicing tantric practices and meditation. The Great Master has reached a very high level of spiritual development here. Therefore, many subsequent practitioners have come here to meditate, knowing that the Asura Cave has tremendous power of blessing. Here he left his handprint on the stone that can be seen in front of the cave entrance.
Rigon Tashi Choling Monastery.
Green Tara Temple made of stone.
– Vajrayogini Cave

Easy trekking around the neighborhood to caves and through the mountains.

Overnight in a hotel in Kathmandu 4*. near Boudhanath Stupa.



Day 6. September 6, 2024, Friday. Free time. Transfer to the airport and fly home or continue the program (see below).

It is possible to organize an additional excursion:
Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp, for 1 day.
This can be done BEFORE or AFTER the main program.
Detailed program of helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp on our website at the link:
Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp




Cost of travel



The cost of the tour is 850$ USD

The cost of the trip includes:
– 2-bed accommodation in a 4* hotel near Boudhanath Stupa;
– hotel breakfasts;
– all excursions with Russian-speaking guide according to the program;
– all admission tickets to museums and monuments;
– all transfers throughout the trip (transfers by minibus);
– all lectures/meetings with local wonderful people.

Not included in the price of the trip:
– airfare to and from Kathmandu;
– lunches and dinners;
– entry multiple entry visa to Nepal ($30 for stays up to 15 days, to be issued upon arrival in the country, $50 for stays up to 30 days);
– individual program items marked “optional” such as:
– Massages (about $20 per session);
– meditation with singing bowls (optional);
– medical insurance (optional) ;
-Single room supplement of $250 (optional);
– Individual consultation / forecast with an astrologer about $50 (optional).

It is possible to organize an additional excursion:
Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp, for 1 day.
This can be done BEFORE or AFTER the main program.
Detailed program of helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp on our website at the link:
Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp