Swargadwari is one of the famous Hindu pilgrimage sites and is located in the Pyuthan district in the western part of Nepal. Swarga means heaven and Dwar means gate. So most of the Hindu religious people believe this is the door of heaven. Hindu people they believe after death most of them want to go to heaven and stay together with gods and goddess. So before death once in their life, they want to visit this place and blessed with god or want to reserve the place in heaven.
Swargadwari is very important in the view of culture. There are so many small temples and continuing the butter lamp for a hundred years. Cows are the most attraction of this site. There are more than 500 local cows.
Also, you can hike for around 4-5 hrs enjoying the rural life and enticing views of the Jhimruk and Madi Valley or take a bus. After the visit to Swargadari holy site, you can retrace the same way back to Kathmandu.
Note: You have the option to join one of our fixed date departures or to have a private tour tailored to dates that suit you. Upgrading the accommodation facilities is possible at your request.
Swargadwari, Madi Valley
This option provides a private double room for your entire stay. This room is shared by 2 persons.
If you wish to have a private single room, please book a single supplement below.
We start in the early morning and take a private vehicle to Dang which is a very memorable journey. Dang is the biggest valley in South Asia. Tourists can get the living culture of the Tharu ethnic group. We will travel for about 7 to 8 hours to reach Ghorahi.
Accommodation: Overnight in best available local lodge.