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Delhi to Kathmandu Tour

Tips For Trip

Essential Equipment:

1 Medium/Large rucksack/ backpack 

1 day pack: +/- 10 litters

Sun-glasses-essential above snow –line

Sun-block/ Sun –Screen lotion(30-50 SPF) –essential for light-skinned people

1 Fleece or warm sweater

1 Sweat –shirt/light sweater

Towel-cotton, medium

Torch/flash-light-with additional batteries

Shirts- long-sleeved, cotton and/ or thermal  Tshirts

Trousers-2 pairs( warm or light –weight depending on trek altitude)

Short- 1 pair, cotton ( easy-dry)

Socks-2 pairs thick wool, 2 pair thin cotton

Underwear- various (& pracal)

Wind/water – proof zip-up jacket( nearly knee-length with hood)

Sport –shoes/sandals- light-weight

Personal toiletries/washing kit-item bio-degrade where possible

Basis band –Aid / moleskin/ blister kit

Water purifying tablets

Toilet paper ( for day-time- use)


  • Day 01: Arrival in Delhi ? your tour leader will be at the airport with our company’s logo. Once you met the
    leader you will be warmly welcomed and transferred via chartered vehicle to our
    Hotel in Delhi.
  • Day 02: Sightseeing in Delhi ? In the morning we will go on a guided city tour to discover Delhi on the autorikshaw.
    We will see India Gate, Connaught Place and visit the Delhi Fort.
    Rest of  afternoon time will be free for your own activities.
  • Day 03: Jaipur ? After breakfast this morning we drive to the capital of the state of Rajasthan -
    Jaipur. Jaipur is the most colourful place and cities. Known as the Pink city Jaipur is a
    traveller’s destination. With beautiful palaces, forts, gardens, temples and
    unending market streets it has everything that the colourful state has to offer.
    Jaipur is also the shopping hub of India. Textiles, Gems, Jewellery, Blue Pottery,
    Carpets, hand made paper… Since there are no activities planned in the
    afternoon you can check out the main shopping areas Johari Bazaar, Hawa
    Mahal area and MI Road.
  • Day 04: Jaipur / Agra ? In Jaipur we will take you on a tour of the Amber Fort, clinging to the surrounding
    hills, the amazing City Palace with its fine collection of textiles and costumes or the
    Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds. In the afternoon we will drive to Agra where
    we arrive in the late evening.
  • Day 05: Agra ? The Muslim city of Agra is the site of India’s most famous landmark, the Taj Mahal.
    Enjoy a visit to this icon of Mughal architecture early in the morning. When you have  your free
    time, optional to ride a cycle rickshaw to visit the Baby Taj and Agra Fort. In the
    evening we will catch the overnight train to Varanasi.
  • Day 06 – 08: Varanasi ? We arrive in the morning into Varanasi, the quintessential Indian holy city where
    millions of Hindu travel for pilgrimage, to worship, to mourn or to die. Walk the
    narrow twisting alleys, poke around some of the literally hundreds of temples and
    shrines and experience the energy of the dawn rituals of bathing and burnings as
    you float past the numerous ghats of the River Ganges.
    Sitting on the banks of the River Ganges you can contemplate what it means to
    be in Varanasi, the oldest continually inhabited city in the world dating back
    thousands of years. The culture of Varanasi is deeply associated with the river
    Ganges, its reigning deity Lord Shiva and its religious importance; the city has
    been a cultural and religious center in northern India for thousands of years. Or
    wander through the Old City with its maze of narrow alleyways full of small shops
    and stalls.
    On Day 7 we will visit the monasteries and ruins of nearby Sarnath, the site of
    Buddha’s first sermon.
    During our stay, you’ll have the opportunity to take a boat out onto the sacred
    Ganges River. Witness a candle flower ceremony if you opt for an evening boat
    In the evening of day 8 we will take a chartered vehicle to Lumbini (overnight
    It is possible to get a Nepalese visa at the border; you will need at least one
    passport size photograph and $25 USD, Nepal is 15 minutes ahead of India.
  • Day 09: Lumbini ? Lumbini (Sanskrit for “the lovely”) is the historical birthplace of Gautama Buddha,
    the founder of Buddhism and is an UNESCO World Heritage site. We will arrive
    early morning. After some nap and rest we will hire bikes and explore the grounds
    and its beautiful monasteries.
  • Day 10: Chitwan National Park ? Today after breakfast we will drive to Chitwan National Park. This place is home to
    manifold wildlife and a paradise for animal lovers. What about an elephant
    shower? Or just take a leisurely walk along the Rapti River and look out for
    crocodiles or rhinos.
  • Day 11: Chitwan National Park ? In the morning we will canoe down the Rapti River for bird watching. With some
    luck you can spot more than 500 species of bird, such as falcons, kestrel,
    parakeets, ibis, cuckoos and kingfishers.
    In the afternoon we will make an exciting jungle safari on the back of an
    elephant. There is the possibility to spot rhinos, monkeys, deer, wild boar and if
    you are really lucky the rare Bengal Tiger.
  • Day 12: Kathmandu ? Today we drive back to Kathmandu
  • Day 13: Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu ? Today after breakfast we commence our sightseeing to four must see UNESCO
    World Heritage Sites namely Swayambhunath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square,
    Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple where each has a history of
    Kathmandu Valley’s establishment. Kathmandu – also known as City of Temples -
    is vibrant and has many histories and mythologies.
  • Day 14: Departure ? You’ll be transferred to the Airport according to your flight schedul


Airport pickup and drop,Welcome Dinner,All Ground Transport as per as itinerary,English Speaking Tour leader including his salary and food and lodging,all sightseening places entry fee as itinerary meantion places,breakfast and lunch and dinner at chitwan national park,all Hotel and guest house accommodation during tour


Foods and Drinks,Nepal entry visa fee,travel insurance,Tips for Leader

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