Classic North India With Kathamndu


Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Jhansi - Orcha - Varanasi – Kathmandu – Delhi

Tour Key Points

  • A day city tour Old and New Delhi
  • Enjoy the rickshaw ride in Delhi market
  • Visit to Pink city of Rajasthan, Jaipur
  • Visit to Taj Mahal
  • Boat ride on the river Ganges
  • Covering famous sightseeing places of the Kathmandu
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Traversing a large swath of North Republic of India, this spirited twelve days tour covers several of the North’s highlights, creating it a perfect introduction to the country. We've got designed this tour as a showcase of the foremost attention-grabbing sights and fascinating experiences that North Republic of India needs to provide. It includes several of the region’s celebrated draw-cards – the Taj Mahal, Khajuraho, Varanasi– however additionally incorporates many rural stops like Orchha and Jojawar, wherever you'll be able to get pleasure from some light activities like native train rides and village walks. Time within the country balances up the pace and also the urban versus rural ledger (the truth remains that the bulk of Republic of Indians board rural India, despite its various huge cities, thus a well-balanced tour ought to embody time in both).

Whereas Nepal's capital (Kathmandu) is well-known for its temples. The city's landscape is adorned with numerous temples, monasteries, and stupas, including the Pashupatinath Temple and the Changu Narayan, both of which are known for their beautiful, complex non-religious artworks.

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  1. Day 01 DELHI

    You will meet and greet then transfer to the hotel, and later tour the capital of modern India, the heart of the country, an interesting mix of ancient monuments and crowded bazaars, medieval buildings and modern buildings. Visit the Raj Ghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Jama Masjid mosque, Humayun's tomb and the Qutb Minar tower, followed by a drive along the embankment headquarters, the Red Fort, Connaught place, the shopping area.

  2. Day 02 DELHI / JAIPUR (265 km, approx. 6 hours)

    Morning drive to Jaipur, on arrival check-in into the hotel. Free time for personal activities.

  3. Day 03 JAIPUR

    Excursion to Amber, a fortified citadel a few kilometers from Jaipur, a complex made of tracery, mirrors, semi-precious stones, miniatures and decorations: with its splendid richly adorned rooms, Amber brings to life the legends of love and battles of the ancient Rajputs. Return to the "pink city" and stop at the 'palace of the winds', a high facade interspersed with windows through which the courtesans could look without being seen, at the city palace, at the surprising outdoor astronomical observatory.

  4. Day 04 JAIPUR / FATEHPUR SIKRI / AGRA (258 km, approximately 7 hours)

    Transfer to Fatehpur Sikri, a suggestive ghost town, and continue to Agra. Visit of the Taj Mahal (closed on Friday), the white "marble dream", and of the Red Fort, immense and magnificent, testimony of the greatness of the Mughal empire of which Agra was the capital.

  5. Day 05 AGRA / JHANSI / ORCHA

    To Jhansi on the Shatabdi Express train, arriving two hours and thirty minutes later. Drive to Orcha (26 km, about 45 minutes) and visit the capital of the powerful Bundela kingdom which still retains a fascinating center full of temples, gardens, palaces.

  6. Day 06 ORCHA / KHAJURAHO (180 km, approx. 4 hours)

    Transfer to Khajuraho and visit the complex of Tantric shrines, temples, known for the refined erotic sculptures depicting men and women entangled in acrobatic hugs.


    Flight to Varanasi, an ancient city sacred to the cult of Shiva, an important religious and artistic center. In the late afternoon the evocative “aarti” ceremony, the collective prayer that takes place in the flickering light of the oil lamps placed in the temples, on the revered waters of the Ganges River, on the “Ghats”, the steps on the banks.


    In the light of dawn, in the thin air, in a boat gliding slowly on the sacred Ganges. In the background, the city that is revealed to the sound of the flutes of the temple of Shiva, and then priests, beggars, holy men, pilgrims, faithful in search of purification, women, children. Among sarce cows and shops, temples and crowded alleys, visit the old part of the city and in the afternoon excursion to nearby Sarnath, a historical place of Buddhist worship.


    Flight to Kathmandu, accommodation at the hotel.


    Visit of the city and its valley: the very cental Durbar square, palaces, market and temples of exquisite workmanship, and the imposing ancient sanctuary of Swayambunath: in the afternoon Pashupatinath, sarco place for cremations on the banks of the Bagnati river, and Bodnath with the colossal stupa of intense suggestion, one of the greatest intense suggestion, one of the largest in the world.


    Visit of the extraordinary "city of devotees", the medieval Bhaktapur, of Patan, a sublime city of art with refined features, of the camp of Tibetan refugees, highly skilled craftsmen.

  12. Day 12 KATHMANDU / DELHI

    Flight to Delhi and way back to your home town.

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