Top Selling Package
                                            » Golden Triangle Tour (5N / 6D)
                                            » Golden Triangle with Himalayas (12N / 13D)
                                            » Romance of the Desert (10N / 11D)
                                            » Taste of India with Nepal (13N / 14D)
                                            » Wonders of Taj & Desert (13N / 14D)
                                            » Sweet India with Fun of Dubai (10N / 11D)
You are here:      Taste of India with Nepal
Taste of India with Nepal

Taste of India with Nepal

  Day 01: DelhiMeet and greet on arriving in Delhi and transfer to the hotel. Evening visit to local market. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02: DelhiDelhi is one of the oldest cities that remain alive in the world. Indeed it is formed by the junction of 8 cities, built over several centuries by different emperors. Today the palaces, strong and buildings are scattered throughout the city. Through 1000 years of its history, Delhi has become a center that absorbed various aspects of several cultures, local and foreign and different religions, leading a city of one's own identity, attracting millions of tourists annually. During the day visit the main points of Old and New Delhi, with emphasis on the Jama Masjid (the second largest mosque in the world), stroll along the alleys of the old town, the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial and area of Parliament, with its wide avenues and English colonial architecture.

Day 03: Delhi – Jaipur (260kms/5hr)
Travelers land from Delhi to Jaipur with 5 hours long. Transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon, visit the Palace of the Winds Jantar Mantar and, astronomical observatory built by Maharajah Jai Singh, in the eighteenth century.

Day 04: Jaipur

Jaipur is the first city in India entirely planned, located in the Thar desert. Today is the state capital of Rajasthan. Today it is the centre of trade in the state with all components of a metropolis. It is widely known to the City Pink By morning, visit the Amber Fort, 15 km from Jaipur. There, in elephants, subiremos to the top of the hill, where the strong. In the afternoon walk away by the colorful and busy bazaar of Old City.

Day 05: Jaipur - Agra (250kms/5hr)
Travel by land Agra with 6 hours long. On the way visit the majestic Fatehpur Sikri, former capital of the Mongolian Empire, built in the sixteenth century and inhabited by only 20 years. Today, the city is in perfect state of preservation and gives us a good idea of how it was in the time of its construction. Transfer to the hotel.

Day 06: Agra
Agra is the city that houses the Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the modern world. Between 16 and 17 century was the capital of India. The city hosted the greatest emperors known in India, as its founder Babar, her grandson, Akbar the Great and by Saha Jahan, best known for work that he has left the world in memory of his beloved Muntaz Mahal, the
the Taj Mahal, postcard of a whole nation. Visit the Taj Mahal at 6 o'clock in the morning to see the sunrise. That indescribable in white marble monument built with stones and semi incrustadas, to arise in the morning haze tinge is pink and becomes even more magical. In the afternoon, visit the Agra Fort, a mixture of strong and building, which was built and embellished by various emperors and gives us a glimpse of the splendour of India.

Day 07: Agra - Jhansi
In the morning travel by train, with 2-hour, from Agra to Jhansi (Shatabdi Express 8h10/10h25), and transfer to hotel, evening visit for local sightseeing. Back to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 08: Jhansi - Khajuraho
Khajuraho was founded at the beginning of the century 10, and dominated by a call Chandela dynasty, clan warriors of Rajputs, the century until 12, when they were dominated by the Sultan of Delhi. They were constructed during this period of 200 years, 85 churches richly decorated with sculptures of animals, men, women and gods, are abandoned completely at the end of the century 15, these temples were completely taken by vegetation. Overdrafts accidentally by an English military in the year of 1838 remain today only 22 of them throughout the region. Today, fallen by UNESCO, are known worldwide as the Temples of Erotic Kajuraho, but more than that, these works are a synthesis of one of the most advanced architectural techniques and refined sculptures. Morning trip to Khajuraho land,
with 4-hour (172 km approx.). Transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon visit to the temples of Khajuraho. Constructed between the X and XI century, they portray a rock scenes of daily life of the empire Chandella, and their gods and goddesses in world famous sculptures. At night, we watch spectacle of sound and light in temples and / or presentation of dances typical (optional).

Day 09: Khajuraho - Varanasi
Free morning and transfer to airport for flight to Varanasi. Transfer to the hotel. In the evening, visit the main ghat (stairs to the brink of Ganges) to join Aarti - ancient ceremony with songs and offerings of fire to the gods of the universe

Day 10: Varanasi
Acordaremos soon and we will until the sacred Ganges River for a tour of the rowing boat with duration of 2 hours while the sun comes with a soft light illuminating the activity of pilgrims who make offerings and pujas on brink of the river. Terminaremos our tour in Dasaswamedh Ghat, the most important ghat where both at birth and in the sunset, hundreds of believers have been purified. In the afternoon, tour the Sarnath, where Buddha gave his first preaching. After the turmoil and the chaos of Varanasi, the calm and quiet atmosphere of Sarnath are very welcome.

Day 11: Varanasi - Kathmandu
Free morning and transfer to the airport for Varanasi-Kathmandu flight. Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel. Then hike porDurbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepalese historical place of nobility.

Day 12: Kathmandu
Morning visit aa Boudhnath, the main Tibetan Buddhist relicário of Kathmandu, one of the largest
estupas the world that lies at the heart of the Buddhist district of the capital. In 1979 was recognized by UNESCO as heritage of humanity. Then visit Pashupatinath, the largest Hindu temple in Nepal, dedicated to Lord Shiva, here in their expressions as Pashupati, the god of animals. Located on the banks of the sacred Bagmati river is the main place of cremations in Nepal. In late afternoon visit Swayambunath. Situated on top of a hill, is one of the most impressive examples of a Buddhist estupa. Built around 2000 years ago, has four sides in the eye of Buddha. Dali has been an
the best views of Kathmandu.

Day 13: Kathmandu
After breakfast, we will be the Bhaktapur, a town located 20 km from Kathmandu and that until the unification of Nepal (séc. 18) was an independent kingdom. Of the cities of the valley is the most medieval, and explore its narrow alleys and its beautiful Durbar Square is an unforgettable experience. Afternoon free. At night we have a farewell dinner, with typical food and Nepalese folk dances locations.

Day 14: Kathmandu - Delhi
Part of the morning free and transfer to airport for flight from Kathmandu to Delhi. Take the outward flight for your onward journey.