Visit India and Nepal on an adventure from Delhi to Kathmandu
Travel from India to Nepal on an overland trip from Delhi to Kathmandu. From reminders of the Mughal dynasty in northern India to the snow-capped Himalayas of Nepal, this trip will truly inspire. Witness the colour and contrast between the bazaars of Delhi, the jungle in Orchha and the sacred Ganges. Be awed by the Taj Mahal and see sunrise over the holy city of Varanasi. Come face-to-face with pilgrims, villagers, holy men and generations of shopkeepers. For those wanting to travel by land between these two very different neighbours, this is the perfect journey.
Explore Old Delhi by foot and cycle rickshaw, where ancient temples stand against extravagant billboards advertising Bollywood films
Discover how the Taj Mahal, one of the most recognisable buildings in the world, still has the power to surprise even the most experienced travellers
Forget about setting an alarm, there’s only one way to wake up in this world and that’s with a sunrise sail along the Ganges
The chance to come face-to-face with rare black-horned rhinos in Chitwan National Park
Fall in love with Nepal, prayer flags and stupas in vibrant Kathmandu
This trip includes several long travel days including the overnight sleeper train in the evening of day 5 (approx. 15 hrs) and Varanasi to Lumbini (Nepal) on day 9 (approx. 10 hours) Some patience will go a long way towards your enjoyment here. Sit back, relax, watch the scenery go by, and embrace long distance travelling like a local.
This trip crosses the India-Nepal border on Day 9.
Long distance and overnight trains can often be delayed and occasionally cancelled due to heavy fog between Dec-Feb.
Nepal and north India can get surprisingly cold in winter, please pack accordingly so you aren't caught out!
1. This trip starts with a Welcome Meeting in Delhi on day 1 at 1pm.
2. A single supplement is available on this trip and is applicable for all nights with the exception of the overnight train.
3. Using mud pack therapy the Archaeological Survey of India is planning to clean the four small canopies around the main dome of the Taj Mahal from the start of April 2018. This will be followed by the cleaning of the main dome but that could take some time as ASI is yet to calculate its load bearing capacity. The ASI’s science branch officials have stated that cleaning the four canopies will take approximately 2 months while main dome cleaning will be completed in phases. We will continue to update as information becomes available.
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