Duration : 10 Nights - 11 Days.
Destinations Covered : Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Khajuraho - Varanasi - Kathmandu.
About Kathmandu Tour India
Our Nepal India Tours gives you
an opportunity to discover and enjoy not one but two of the most
fascinating countries in continent of Asia. Both these countries have
a rich cultural heritage which blend pretty well with the modern
developments. Package tour to Nepal is a wonderful combination that will instantly
strike you on your trip. You will visit huge palaces, forts and
temples and know more about the history and culture of the olden
times. Alongside, you will also get to know about the modern lifestyle
of the people at different places by simply observing or interacting
with them. Also, if you love shopping, Holiday package Kathmandu will surely
delight you with a number of shopping trips.
In brief, Nepal travel tours aims to give you the best of the two countries in a short span of time.
Highlight of Nepal India Tour Package
Day 01 :Arrive in Delhi
Arrive in Delhi where you will be received by our
company representative. After completing the formalities he will take
you straight to the hotel. A traditional welcome awaits you here.
Check in your room and relax.
After enjoying a delicious meal, you can go off for a peaceful sleep. This will refresh your body and mind. Alternatively, you can pick up a book and read it with a light music playing in the background.
Later, visit Dilli Haat to shop for a range of craft items. The haat is situated in the heart of the city and has ever changing craftsmen displaying their work of art. Also, try out some exotic Indian snacks and dishes at the stalls and watch a cultural show. If comfortable, interact with the local people around. If not, just observe them. It will give you an idea about the people and their customs at the very beginning.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Delhi.
Day 02 : Delhi - Start Your Delhi Darshan
A mix of sightseeing, shopping and shows makes up your
itinerary for the day. So have your breakfast and start off for your
first destination, the Bahai Temple.
Its shape as a half open lotus flower gives it the name of Lotus Temple. The temple is open to people belonging to all faiths. Try to know more about the Bahai faith and the temple today. Later on, visit the markets of South Extension and Lajpat Nagar for buying a range of goods.
Post lunch, move over to the old Delhi area. Visit the Jama Masjid and roam around the Chandani Chowk market. Also, explore the various halls and palaces of the Red Fort. In the evening, sit and watch the sound and light show organised at the Red Fort. The show reconstructs the events of India in context to the Red fort.
Return to the hotel and stay overnight in Delhi.
Day 03 : Delhi-Agra - Get On A Historical Trip
Today, have your breakfast in the morning and leave
for Agra which is just 204 km south of Delhi. Reach Agra and check in
The city of Agra finds mention in the ancient Hindu epic of Mahabharata as Agraban. It was founded in 1475 AD by Badal Singh and rose to prominence when Sikandar Lodhi made it his capital. Later, Agra became a favourite with the Mughal Emperors and they carried out a number of construction work here.
Visit the Agra Fort which was built by Akbar between 1565 to 1571 AD. Explore the Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khas, Nagina Masjid, Musamman Burj and Jehangir's Palace. After this, head towards the world famous monument of love, the Taj Mahal. Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan constructed this mausoleum in remembrance of his second wife Mumtaz Mahal when she died during giving birth to a child. This was way back in the year 1631, however, Taj Mahal refuses to loosen its charm till date. The very first glimpse of the monument will leave you spell bind. Reach before the sunset so that you can watch how this white marble monument glitters in the rays of the sun.
Pose infront of the Taj and get yourself clicked with this remarkable wonder of the world. This photograph will forever stay close to your heart. Later, explore the markets of Sadar Bazaar and Taj Ganj and pick up items you like.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Agra.
Day 04 : Agra-Jaipur - Get To See The Taj Mahal
In the morning, pay yet another visit to the Taj Mahal
and see it glow like a jewel in the light of rising sun. Later, return
to your hotel and have your breakfast. Afterwards, set out for the
city of Jaipur which is at a distance of 250 km from Agra.
Fatehpur Sikri lies on way, so stop for a while and explore this city that was once chosen by Akbar to be his capital. However, shortage of water compelled him to desert the city. Today, the city allows a glimpse into the Mughal architectural style.
Continue your journey to Jaipur. Reach there and check in your hotel. Relax for sometime. Thereafter, proceed for another round of shopping. Jaipur has so many things to offer that you will be left wondering which one should be your pick.
Chokhi Dhani, a village resort is where you will enjoy a sumptuous dinner. The environment is completely like that of a village and for a moment make you forget that you are in a vibrant city. Later, return to your hotel and stay overnight in Jaipur.
Day 05 :Jaipur - Explore The Pink City
The pink city of Jaipur has a wonderful set of
attractions that will bind you for the day. Morning, have your
breakfast and proceed towards the Amber Fort, the seat of Kachhawaha
rulers before they shifted to Jaipur. Elephant ride up to the Amber
fort is a good option, however, if you want, you can also walk up to
At a walking distance from the Amber fort is the Jaigarh fort built by Jai Singh in 1726. This fort served as the treasury of the Kachhawaha rulers and it is believed that a part of treasury is still hidden somewhere in the fort. Go around and have a look at this impressive fort which has been preserved quiet well over the years. Enjoy some fantastic views of the plains from the Diwa Burj watch tower.
The City Palace complex, Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar are the places where you will go next. The first one of these serves as a museum where you will see collection of royal costumes, weaponry, two huge silver vessels, crystal chandeliers and miniature copies of Hindu scripts. The second one, Hawa Mahal was built to enable the royal ladies watch the activities of the outside world without actually coming out in the open. The last destination is an observatory built to calculate the movement of the celestial bodies.
Move over to the south of Jaipur where two small village Sanganer and Bagru are located. Two ruined tripolias or triple gate allow you an entry into Sanganer where you will visit Salim's Paper, the largest handmade paper factory in the country. Watch the paper production process and also have a look at the various beautiful paper products displayed in a showroom. While in Sanganer, you will also take a walk along the riverbank to enjoy the myriad colours of drying fabrics. Bagru will delight you with its block printing specially colourful designs consisting circular motifs.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Jaipur.
Day 06 : Jaipur - Khajuraho
Today morning after breakfast, catch a flight to
Khajuraho, a small town renowned for its erotic temples. Transfer to
your hotel after you reach there and proceed to visit the temples that
have brought Khajuraho on the international tourists map.
Khajuraho was once the capital of the famous Chandela rulers. And as for the temples, there were 85 of them originally but only 25 of them are remaining. Go around and have a look at the carvings of the temples. You have enough time to examine the carvings closely if you so wish. Also, pay a visit to the Archaeological Museum which has some good collection of deities and sculptures from the area. While exploring Khajuraho, pick up the brass and metal statue depicting erotic postures.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Khajuraho.
Day 07 : Khajuraho - Varanasi - See The Erotic Khajuraho Sculptures
Freshen up in the morning and catch a flight for
Varanasi. Arrive in Varanasi and transfer straight to the hotel.
Varanasi is considered one of the holy cities for Hindus in India. It was earlier known as Kashi or the 'city of lights' and the Muslims called it Benaras. The city is supposed to be the oldest inhabited city in the world. Today, this city appears incredibly crowded and fast to anyone who visits it for the first time.
Visit the famous temples of the city - Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Durga Mata Temple, Bharat Mata Temple and the Tulsi Manas Temple. The first of these temple is located in the Benaras Hindu University premises and is open to people of all religion irrespective of their religion and caste. The Bharat Mata Temple is unique in its concept since it does not have any gods and goddess as its presiding deity. Instead, there is a huge relief map of Indian subcontinent and Tibetan Plateau in marble in the temple. The map has mountains, rivers and pilgrimage centre clearly marked out.
You will also visit the ghats and enjoy a boat ride in the river. From aboard the boat, you can see the rituals being performed at the ghats. In the evening be a part of the aarti and experience the magical atmosphere that is created because of the ceremony.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Varanasi.
Day 08 :Varanasi - Kathmandu
Today, in the morning, have your breakfast and catch a
flight for Kathmandu. On reaching, you will be transferred to the
hotel. Refresh and relax for a while. Thereafter, set out to explore
the city that has become a major tourist attraction in the world with our Kathmandu packages.
Visit Thamel, a place that bustles with life. Just go around and you will be surprised to find the number of shops and restaurants. There was a time when Thamel was all fields, bushes and scrubs, however today, you will not find a trace of it. Thamel will be fun for you. Read a book or simply rest in a restaurant watching the people moving outside.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 09 : Kathmandu - See The Famous Buddhist Temples of Nepal
This morning, get ready for an exciting sightseeing
The Swayambhu Stupa, one of the most popular Buddhist stupa in the city is your first destination. You will start early in the morning and the reach the stupa. Offer your prayers along with a number of other people and turn the prayer wheel. Next, move over to the Durbar Square which is also known as the Hanuman Dhoka. Here, you will visit the palaces of the Malla and Shah kings, the statue of Lord Hanuman, the courtyards and the temples.
Later, in the afternoon, pay a visit to two of the most important places in Nepal, Pashupatinath and Boudhanath. The Pashupatinath Temple can infact be called the most important one in entire Nepal also. Boudhnath is the largest stupa in Nepal. Take a clockwise walk around the stupa as it is considered extremely important. For those who do not wish to do so, remember, it is considered bad luck.
Return to your hotel and stay overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 10 : Kathmandu - Loose Yourself In The Beauty of Himalayas
Your second day in Kathmandu will be as exciting and
fun filled as the first one. So, get up early for you need to reach
Nagarkot to watch the sunrise. Nagarkot was once a small village,
however today, with its fantastic views of snow covered Himalayan
peaks, it draws a huge number of people.
Bhaktapur, or the 'city of devotees' is the place where you will spend the rest of the day. The walled city of Bhaktapur was built in 9th century by king Ananda Malla and holds the privilege of being one of the three ancient capitals of Nepal along with Kathmandu and Patan.
Visit the Durbar Square which is one of the seven world heritage sites in Nepal. Roam around and examine the temples and architecture of the place but remember that this is the political centre of the city and thus you need to take care.
Bhaktapur also has a small potter's square where the potters of the place gather to make pots. Here, you will find potter's wheel everywhere. Observe how these potters convert a small mound of clay into shapely and artistic pots. You will also find a number of pots drying in sun here so that they can be finally transferred to stalls of Bhaktapur for sale. Purchase these pots if you like them but remember, if you wish to photograph the potters at work, you will have to pay them for it.
Later, pay a visit to the Bhimsen Temple. Though the temple is only open for Hindus, non Hindus are allowed in the area around.
Return to Kathmandu and stay overnight.
Day 11 : Kathmandu - Flight Back Home
Have your breakfast in the morning and catch a flight for Delhi. Thereafter, catch a flight back to your hometown. Finally a nice end of such an exciting Kathmandu tour package from Delhi.