Extended North India with Nepal Tour – 16 Nights & 17 Days

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17 days and 16 nights Extended North India with Nepal tour package allows you to visit well-known destinations in northern India as well as Nepal. During the tour, you will visit the major tourist attractions in Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Khajuraho, and Varanasi. Important cultural destinations in Nepal include Chitwan, Pokhara, and Kathmandu. The tour’s day-by-day itinerary is as follows:

Please keep in mind that this is just an example of a possible itinerary. We tailor holidays to your specific requirements. Please contact us if you require any changes so that we can tailor a vacation to your specific requirements for an unforgettable international tour.

Day 1 : Arrive in Delhi

When you arrive in Delhi, you will be aided in getting to your accommodation. The rest of the day is free. We recommend that you spend your time exploring well-known markets or enjoying the city's street cuisine and nightlife. Spend the night.

Day 2 : Delhi

After breakfast, depart on a city tour that includes Laxmi Narayan Temple, India Gate, and Parliament House. After lunch, you tour the sites in Old Delhi, such as Jama Masjid, Red Fort, and Gandhi Memorial. The evening has been reserved for a sound and light performance. Spend the night.

Day 3 : Delhi - Jaipur

Begin your journey to Jaipur on the third day, in the morning. Check into your pre-booked hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day is free to explore the city's ambience. You may explore the surrounding area on foot, eat real Rajasthani cuisine, and engage with the people. Spend the night.

Day 4 : Jaipur

Today, depart early for a short trek to Amer Fort, where you will have an elephant ride up to its entrance. After lunch, you will visit the remaining attractions in Jaipur, including the City Palace with its beautiful courtyards and gardens that are a perfect blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, the Royal Observatory, and Nawab Sahab Ki Haveli, which is well-known for its Rajasthani architecture. Spend the evening shopping at the local bazaar. Spend the night.

Day 5 : Jaipur - Agra

On the fifth day, start driving towards Agra. Stop en route in Fatehpur Sikri, an old deserted town built by Mughal Emperor Akbar. Explore its majestic architecture such as Jama Masjid, The Buland Darwaza, Jodha Bai Palace, Birbal Bhawan, and Panch Mahal. After arriving in Agra, perform the check-in procedures at your hotel. Later, depart for Agra Fort, widely known as the Red Fort. This UNESCO World Heritage Site exemplifies the Mughals' architectural excellence. The final stop is Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb, affectionately known as Baby Taj. Spend the night.

Day 6 : Agra - Khajuraho

Enjoy an early morning visit to the Taj Mahal, which is even more lovely in the rising sun's beams. This white marble tomb is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Following that, take an on-time transfer to the railway station to join a train to Jhansi, followed by a road trip to Khajuraho. Check into your hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day is dedicated to guided tours of the Eastern and Western temple groups. These temples, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, were built during the reign of the Chandela monarchs. Spend the night.

Day 7 : Khajuraho - Varanasi

On day 7, you will be transported to the airport to catch a flight to Varanasi. You check into your pre-booked hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day will be spent travelling to Sarnath. It is a village known for its beautiful deer park, where Gautama Buddha first preached and taught the Dharma. Return to Varanasi for the night.

Day 8 : Varanasi

Today is dedicated to sightseeing in Varanasi. Start your day with an early morning boat cruise around the bathing ghats. After breakfast, tour the Ghats and the city's well-known temples, such as Tulsi Manas Temple, Bharat Mata Temple, and Alamgir Mosque. You can walk around the local market in the evening. Spend the night.

Day 9 : Varanasi - Shivpatinagar

After breakfast, start heading towards Shivpatinagar. Stop along the route to Kushinagar, a little settlement where Gautan Buddha obtained Nirvana. Check into your hotel after you arrive in Shivpatinagar. Later, go to Kapilvastu, where Buddha spent his boyhood and youth. Enjoy a Gala Dinner complete with barbeque and cultural performance. Spend the night.

Day 10 : Shivpatinagar - Chitwan

The morning of day ten is free for relaxation. After lunch, you will be driven to Chitwan. On the journey, you stop in Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, which is now a major Buddhist pilgrimage site. Complete the check-in procedures at your hotel after arriving in Chitwan.

Day 11 : Chitwan National Park

On the 11th day of your journey, you will visit Chitwan National Park and participate in jungle activities like as nature walks and bird watching. You can go on an elephant safari at Nepal's first national park. During your safari in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you may see animals such as the Mugger Crocodile, Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhino, White-throated Kingfisher, Male Paradise Flycatcher, and more. The evening has been reserved for a traditional Tharu cultural dance performance. Spend the night.

Day 12 : Chitwan - Pokhara

After breakfast, begin driving towards Pokhara, a popular tourist destination in Nepal. Complete the check-in procedures at your hotel after you arrive. The afternoon is free for a leisurely stroll around the lake. Take in the natural beauty that surrounds you. Spend the night.

Day 13 : Pokhara

Enjoy a one-hour boat ride on Phewa Lake, one of the most beautiful places in the country. This lovely lake is surrounded by woodlands and snow-capped peaks. Later, don't forget to pay a visit to the neighbouring temple, which is located in the midst of the lake. Later, you visit Sarangkot, a traditional Nepalese village where you can walk around, interact with the residents, and witness their way of life. Begin your journey back to Pokhara for an overnight stay.

Day 14 : Pokhara - Kathmandu

After breakfast, you'll start travelling towards Kathmandu. Complete the check-in procedures at your pre-booked hotel upon arrival. The afternoon is open for personal activities such as engaging with locals and sampling local cuisine. Spend the night.

Day 15 : Kathmandu

The entire day 15 is dedicated to sightseeing. The first day is dedicated to exploring Bhaktapur, a World Heritage Site noted for its rich culture, temples, and artworks. Later, Darshan at the Pashupatinath temple, a famous Hindu shrine devoted to Lord Shiva. The day concludes with a visit to Boudhnath, a World Heritage Site that features one of the world's largest ancient stupas. Stay for the night.

Day 16 : Kathmandu

On the 16th day of the tour, visit Kathmandu, Nepal's capital city, and Patan, also known as Manigal, which is recognised for its traditional art and craft. Visit the Hanuman Durbar Square, Kopan Monastery, Dakshinkali temple, and other attractions in Kathmandu. Cover attractions in Patan such as Patan Durbar Square, Patan Museum, Mahabouddha Temple, and so on. Spend the night.

Day 17 : Kathmandu - Departure Delhi

Today is the final day of the tour; you will be taken to the airport to catch a flight to Delhi. Freshen up and change when you arrive. After dinner, transfer to the international airport to catch your next departure.

16 Nights- 17 Days


Tour's Location

What time of year is ideal for Ladakh?
The best time to visit Ladakh is from April to July during the summer months when the temperature ranges from 15 to 30 degrees Celsius. Nearly the entire year, Ladakh is renowned for its exceptionally low temperatures.
Which location in North India receives the most tourists?
Rishikesh and Haridwar are stunning twin cities.

Haridwar, one of the most popular tourist destinations in North India, is a further spiritual site in the region. It is supposedly where Ganga exits the Mountains. The location is constantly crowded because of the Ganga aarti and religious events.
What is famed about North India?
Dancing and music. North Indian classical music is known as Hindustani classical music or Shastriya Sangeet. It is a custom that has been developing since the 12th century and has its roots in Vedic ceremonial chanting.
Which cuisine dominates in North India?
The primary cuisine consumed in North India is wheat, which is prepared into rotis or chapatis and served with sabzi or curry. Except for Kashmiris, the majority of people in North India favour a vegetarian diet.
What makes North India special?
The northern portion of India makes up the ill-defined region known as North India. The Indo-Gangetic Plain and the Himalayas, which separate North India from the Tibetan Plateau and Central Asia, are its two most prominent geographical features.
What time of year is ideal for visiting Nepal?
The greatest time to travel to Nepal is from October to December, when the weather is beautiful and the landscapes are breathtaking. Temperatures vary throughout locations, and the weather is dry until around April. Especially at night, January and February may be particularly chilly, with average temperatures at Namche Bazaar of just 6°C.
Is Everest visible from Kathmandu?
Contrary to everyone's belief, Mount Everest can actually be seen from Kathmandu. The Chandragiri hills in Kathmandu offer a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges and Mount Everest on a clear day
Are Indian tourists safe in Nepal?
RISK OVERALL: MEDIUM. It is generally safe to travel to Nepal. Although it has low crime rates and a welcoming population, the country's greatest threats come from nature, therefore exercise extreme caution when travelling there.
The ideal month to visit Pokhara is?
The greatest time to visit Pokhara is from September to November, which is also the busiest travel period. The coldest months in Pokhara are from December through February. Due to Pokhara's proximity to the Mountains, winter lasts until March. The busiest months are when visitors engage in trekking and hiking.
Which month in Nepal is dry?
Beginning in October and continuing through mid- to late-May is the dry season. This is the time of year when the skies are clear, the crops are being harvested, and the mountains are frequently bitterly cold. In Nepal, the temperature can vary from - 15°C at the high passes in the winter to more than 40°C in the Terai, the southern plains, in the summer.


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