Our Devghat Darshan Tour is 5-days package into the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and Trishuli Rivers, southwest of Narayangadh at the border of Tanahu, Chitwan and Nawalparasi districts. Devghat is located 6km north of Bharatpur - the gateway to Chitwan National Park and is the prominent holy site revered by Hindus.
Each year, devotees from far and wide join Devghat Darshan Tour during Makar Sankranti Festival which usually coincides with the month of January of English calendar. There is a wide and strong belief common among Hindus that taking bath at Devghat in Makar Sankranti will cast away all their sins committed during the lifetime which will open the door of Heaven for them. Side trips can be organized towards Triveni Temple, Someswor Kalika Temple, Pandavnagar, Kabilaspur Fort and Balmiki Ashram. Balmiki Ashram is located near to the confluence which renders shelter to elderly people and Holy pilgrims. The Ashram was named after the Great Sage Balmiki who once prepared his retreat here.
Devghat Darsan Tour initiates from Kathmandu, following the Prithvi Highway towards Chitwan to Devghat. Apart from religious significance, Devghat is equally popular among visitors for its cultural heritages and fascinating Natural Sceneries as Devghat Darsan Tour passes closer to Chitwan National Park.