Visit India and Nepal on an adventure from Kolkata to Kathmandu.
Travel from India to Nepal on an Overland trip from Kolkata to Kathmandu. Beginning in the vibrant streets of Kolkata, this journey ascends into the legendary Himalayas before travelling overland across northern India and Nepal. Witness the contrast between bustling bazaars, lush forests and mountain plateaux as you take in all the sights and sounds of this incredible part of the world. From the craziness of modern India to the peaceful monasteries of the Himalayas, this unforgettable journey is a great way to experience India and Nepal.
Stay on a Himalayan farm
Search for Shangri-la in Gantok
Experience Kathmandu's cultural delights
Spot Everest on the horizon
See Kolkata's famous Howrah Bridge
Cross the holy Ganges
Visit the villages of Darjeeling
1. Please note that this trip requires minimum numbers to depart, and may be cancelled up until 56 days prior to departure. The places showing on the dates and availability page are an indication only so please contact Intrepid to check if your preferred date will depart before making any final arrangements, such as booking non-changeable flights.
2. In order to confirm some reservations on this trip we need a good quality, scanned colour copy of your passport before we can confirm your place on this trip.
3. Please note this trip is operated by our experienced local partners Dragoman Overland. Your departure will be run in a Dragoman vehicle with a Dragoman crew.
Our Kolkata to Kathmandu Overland trips score an average of 4 out of 5 based on 4 reviews in the last year.
This trip was me and my wife’s honeymoon. We wanted to do something that was out of the norm and this trip delivered. The leg from Kolkata to Kathmandu is everything I’d hoped for and so much more. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for an amazing adventure!
Review submitted 06 Dec 2017
The trip into Sikkim was not worth the extra long day we had to put in for the drive from Gangtok into Nepal. I thought the mountain scenery in Sikkim would be jaw dropping but it was not. Darjeeling was more spectacular. Other than that the trip was great.
Review submitted 12 Dec 2016