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21 Days North India With Nepal Tour Package

21 Days North India With Nepal Tour

Destinations: Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Pokran – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Ranakpur Kumbhalgarh – Udaipur – Pushkar – Jaipur – Amber Fort – Fatehpur Sikari – Agra – Gwalior – Orchha – Khajuraho – (Flight) – Varanasi (Flight) Kathmandu – (Flight) – Delhi

  • 21 Days
  • Age 15+
  • Delhi
Destination:North India With Nepal Tour
Arrival Time:As per schedule
Return Time:As per schedule
  • 20 Nights Hotel Accomodation
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Tour Plan

Destinations: Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Pokran – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Ranakpur Kumbhalgarh – Udaipur – Pushkar - Jaipur – Amber Fort – Fatehpur Sikari – Agra – Gwalior – Orchha – Khajuraho - (Flight) – Varanasi (Flight) Kathmandu – (Flight) – Delhi


Day 01 - Delhi Unveiled

On touching down your plane on the busy tarmac of Delhi, there will be a warm welcome for you from the Discovery Prime Tours representative. A car exclusively yours for you heading to a luxurious hotel. However, hold on a minute, because the soul of your north India with Nepal trip will be revealed by our excited host.
After having a hearty breakfast in a hotel, you will go for a trip to Old and New Delhi. Firstly, one goes on a tour to Jama Masjid, an impressive mosque that holds the resonance of history. Secondly, go to the great Red Fort that demonstrates the wealth of the Mughal rulers. Wade through the silver lanes of Chandni Chowk and soak up the ambience.
The final stop will be at Raj Ghat as this is the spot that Gandhi finally rested in peace. Go to Akshardham or Birla mandirs. Visit the impressive Humayun’s Tomb and imposing Qutub Minar. Visit the Lotus Temple, which is one of the best architectural wonders that symbolises India as a culturally secular country. Keep on visiting India gate, war memorial, as well as seeing the beauty in Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House, as well as government secretariat buildings. You will witness a series of interesting scenes on your First Day in Delhi.
Retire to your hotel for a peaceful night rest looking forward to another day of adventure.


Day 02 - Enchanting Mandawa (260 kms)

From a heavy breakfast leave Mandawa enroute to the charming town of Mandawa. Upon check-in at your hotel, prepare to visit Mandawa also known as an open air gallery of Rajasthan for viewing the amazing havelis which were painted beautifully in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Take a heritage walk through this beautiful village, getting to know what the locals do and admiring magnificent wall paintings. It is as though you walk through the old streets and see the past in action. You will have the day of your life in Mandawa and the experience will be forever engraved on your mind.
Relax and rest in your hotel in the centre of Mandawa.


Day 03 - Journey to Bikaner (180 Km)

You move on to Bikaner after a good breakfast. On your way, pay a visit to the Fatehpur Village, whose elegant havelis are characteristic of the Shekhawati region.
Go for a guided tour that visits Bishangarh fortress during daytime when you reach Bikaner in the afternoon. Examine the intricate architecture of the fort and its gates, like Karan Pol and Suraj Pol.
Your day would not end without visiting the Camel Breeding Farm, where these creatures are brought up and trained. Visit the Deshnok Rat Temple in the evening and pay your respects at this very inspiring and unique place of worship. Go back to your hotel for a night 's rest in Bikaner.


Day 04 - Into the Golden Sands of Jaisalmer (330 kms)

Wake up early, enjoy a nice breakfast, and journey across Thar desert toward the Golden City of Jaisalmer. On the way, visit Pokhran, where Akbar the Great was born, and experience the bustling scene at the local market.
The magic sunset in a desert city, Jaisalmer will impress you when you arrive. Afterwards, you will check into your hotel and enjoy a good refreshing sleep in the beauty surrounding the city of Jaisalmer and continue your north India with Nepal tour on the next day.


Day 05 - Exploring the Golden City

Spend today in the enchantment of the golden city, Jaisalmer. The adventure starts with the trip to the famous Sonar Fort or the Golden Fort, which seems to emerge out of the sand dunes and harmonise brilliantly with the golden tone of the surrounding landscape.
Inspect the intricate havelis such as the Badal Niwas, Manak Chowk, Patwon Ki Haveli, and Nathmal Ji Ki Haveli. They are beautifully embellished with delicate pieces of mirrors, paintings, and amazing carvings. see the big tuskers of yellow sandstone protecting the Deewan Salim Singh Ki haveli which is a prime minister’s residence that dates back to the year 1725.
Go to the peaceful Gadisar Lake and have a safari using a camel cart during the evening so as to watch the captivating sunset at Sam or Khuri sand dunes. Experience a special dinner in traditional built mud huts set beside Kigoma lake with melodic music from local artists. The magic of the desert will make your Jaisalmer night memorable.


Day 06 - Journey to Jodhpur (280 kms)

Say goodbye to Jaisalmer and depart at dawn for the grand city of Jodhpur. Make a pit stop at the Mandore Gardens (a peaceful and rich historical site).
On arrival at jodhpur – “The Blue City”, have a stop over at your hotel. Have lunch and some rest before continuing your sightseeing tour, beginning with the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort – an icon of Jodhpur and a witness to many battles. Visit the fort’s museums with an array of royal palanquins, arms, paintings, costumes and a lot more.
It is rich in palaces that include Moti Mahal, Phool Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Takht Villa, and Jhanki Mahal. On the way down from the fort, Jaswant Thada – a carved marble memorial for Maharaja Jaswant Singh II – is encountered.
Finish your day with a tour of the breath-taking Umaid Bhawan palace (Chittar palace) built from chiselled sandstone blocks, without mortar bindings. The spice market is another place that should be visited during an evening walk and you will not be disappointed with the various spicy flavours India has to offer. In the afternoon, take a nap in the comfort of the city of Jodhpur.


Day 07 - Bishnoi Village and Ranakpur (185 km)

Your journey proceeds to Ranakpur after breaking fast, making a brief stop at the exclusive village of Guda Bishnoi. The Bishnoi tribe lives in harmony with nature and is a vegetarian community. Watch as blackbucks, antelopes, chinkaras, peacocks and cranes roam about in unison, a fact that the Bishnoi tribe hold sacred.
Afterward going to Ranakpur, visit the famous Jain temples. The Chamukh Temple is the most eye-catching place with 29 halls and more than 1444 exquisite columns. Appreciate the aesthetic value of Sun Temple, Amba Mata Temple, Parsvanatha Temple, and Neminatha temple.
As the day draws to a close, retire to your hotel in Ranakpur for a peaceful night's rest, surrounded by the serenity of this historic town.


Day 08 - Kumbhalgarh to Udaipur (140 km)

The tour to Udaipur, often referred as “the city of lakes”, commences after breakfast with a brief halt at Kumbhalgarh fort. The fort of Kumbhalgarh is one of the few forts in Rajasthan surrounded by the second longest wall after China.
Another very famous spot in the fort is the Muchchal Mahavir temple. Located at the top of a rugged mountain, Kumbhalgarh Fort overlooks both the arid Aravalli region and the sandy Marwar.
On your way to Udaipur during your north India with Nepal tour, proceed to your hotel. Sahelion Ki Bari is one of the beautiful garden complexes with fountains and lakes built by Maharana Sangram Singh for his daughter. Travel through the narrow streets of Udaipur which carry their own uniqueness. In the afternoon, you will have the whole day for relaxation to admire the beauty of the City of Lakes.


Day 09 - The Enchanting Udaipur

Go on a wonderful tour of Udaipur after a good breakfast. The tour of your city starts with a visit to City Palace, a gorgeous palace displaying great architecture. Visit the Jagdish Temple, in honour of Lord Vishnu, and the Folk Art Museum, showcasing lively puppets, musical instruments, and paintings.
At night take a cruise on the lake Pichola, observing the magnificent Lake Palaces at Udaipur, such as the Jag Mandir Palace and the Jag Niwas Palace (now Lake Palace). Have a royal dinner amid this beautiful setting and then return back to your hotel for a quiet sleep.


Day 10 - Udaipur to Pushkar (275 km)

Say goodbye to Udaipur and move on to the holy city of Pushkar. En route, stop over at the Eklingji and Nagda Jain temples as well as the Saas and Bahu temples, devoted to Lord Shiva and Vishnu respectively.
After arriving at Pushkar, see the spiritual side of the city that is believed to be the place where Lord Brahma, part of trinity and his wife Savitri performed religious rites. Make a stop at the Brahma Temple, and take a bath in Lake Pushkar is a way of purifying your soul. According to the legend, the lake originated from the place where lord Brahma’s lotus petals fell.
Take a walk through the busy and vibrant local market at night. However, your evening in Pushkar will be infused with the pulsating spirits of the holy town.


Day 11 - Journey to Jaipur via Ajmer (150 kms)

When driving to Jaipur you should make a halt in Ajmer to visit the Nasiya Golden Jain Temple, the sacred Dargah Sharif, and Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra. In the Rajasthan capital, Jaipur, or simply the Pink City.
In the afternoon, take a city tour beginning with the City Palace, which used to be the home of the royal family and is a repository of art, carpets, and ancient weapons. Jantar Mantar is an observatory that was used to calculate time in the 17th century.
Make a trip to the Birla temple on your way back. In the evening, you will be free to relax and enjoy the city life or have a nice dinner.


Day 12 - Jaipur: The Pink Elegance

In the bustling metropolis of Jaipur, a full day of sightseeing is on the cards. First, visit the impressive Amber Fort located atop a hill and ride on a painted elephant as you reminisce about the ancient era. Meander through the sparkling inlays of the Hall of Mirrors (the “Sheesh Mehal”).
Walk through Diwan-e-Aam, the “Hall of Public Audience,” Diwan-e-Khas, the “Hall of Private Audience,” and Sukh Niwas, where there is a cool breeze to beat the desert heat. Check out the Jai Mandir, also called the “Temple of Victory”.
The “Water Palace” in the middle of Maota Lake is a resting spot for the kings. Tour the famous Hawa Mahal, or “The Palace of Winds,” with its unique facade that features pink windows and filigreed screens.
During the afternoon, go to the “Monkey Temple'' and the Galta Sun Temple, an awesome mountaintop site. Watch a Bollywood movie in “Rajmandir,” an Asia’s runner-up cinema facility, in the evening. End the day with a nice meal and music and dances performed by ordinary Rajasthanis’ ladies in an Indian restaurant. The colours of Rajasthan and the rich culture they have will surely spice up your night in Jaipur.


Day 13 - Jaipur to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri (232 Km)

Have a relaxed morning and then take the road to Taj, the city of Agra, passing by the bird sanctuary of Bharatpur, known as Keoladeo national park. In the afternoon, visit the dreamy “Phantom City“, Fatehpur Sikri, a settlement constructed by Akbar in the last days of the 16th century that was left unused after 14 years due to lack of water.
Take a walk and admire the architectural features that are still well preserved in the Red Sandstone City including Jami Mosque, Buland Darwaza, the tomb of Shaikh Salim Chishti, Jodha Bai's Palace, and Birbal’s House Upon arrival in Agra, visit Agra Fort, an impressive hilltop citadel with beautiful courtyards, fountains and impressive gates, where Shahjehan was imprisoned by his own son Aurangzeb.
In the evening, you can walk around the lively and multicoloured streets of Agra and the local markets. Be prepared for an intense and colourful night in Agra.


Day 14 - Agra to Gwalior, Orchha (205 Km)

The Taj Mahal, the seventh wonder of the world, should be visited early in the morning. Erected in the loving memory of Mumtaz Mahal, his dead wife, this white marble masterpiece is a manifestation of Shah Jahan’s eternal love. Admire a picturesque view of this masterpiece which harmonises with the fountain gardens along the Yamuna River’s banks.
On the way to Orchha, visit the township of Gwalior. Visit the Teli ka Mandir, the Sas Bahu ka Mandir, or the Jiwaji Rao Scindia museum. Proceed with the tour by visiting Tansen’s tomb, the court musician of the emperor Akbar, after that go to the memorials of the earliest freedom fighters Tatya Tope and the Datia Palace.
There also exist other mediaeval towns such as Datia and Orchha known as twin cities which will also give one a chance to wind around the past. Visit the mediaeval town of Orchha which lies by the Betwa River and visit its palaces or temples that date back from the 16th and 17th century. This includes Jahangiri Mahal, Raj Mahal, and Raj Parveen Mahal, famous for their mural paintings.
In the evening, get to Orchha where you will have your overnight stay in this historic town.


Day 15 - Orchha to Khajuraho (182 Km)

In the morning visit Laxminarayan Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple at Phool Bagh and the sun temple. Proceed with your journey to Khajuraho city which is famous for its Chandela Rajput’s temples that were decorated with sensual sculptures.
Visit the most enormous and mightiest Kandariya Mahadeva together with some other Eastern and Western sets of temples such as Visvanatha, Parsvanatha, Vaidyanatha, Jagadambi, and Chitragupta. Go back to your hotel in Khajuraho for a sound sleep.
Have an Indian dinner in Khajuraho restaurant and include some cultural experience of your trip in the evening.


Day 16 - Khajuraho to Varanasi (By Flight)

Following a nice breakfast, you will be taken to the airport for a flight to Varanasi. You will be met by a representative who will take you to your hotel upon arrival. Then you spend the remaining part of the day in this ancient and holy place at your own leisure.


Day 17 - Varanasi

You will start a peaceful boat ride on the Ganges river early in the morning. Observe how pilgrims live their lives on the Ghats and feel the serenity. This boat ride starts from Dasashwamedh Ghat and ends at Manikarnika Ghat. From time to time your voyage will lead you to Assi Ghat, Harish Chandra Ghat, and Tulsi Ghat.
After the boat ride, visit the celebrated Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi which is a centre of knowledge and culture. After that, you can proceed to the Sarnath Temple, where Lord Buddha delivered the first sermon. Visit Sarnath’s temples and archaeological museum that has many Buddhist art treasures. Behold a 20-metre monument put up by emperor Ashoka in the year 258B.C.
Spend one night at a hotel in Varanasi, India’s spiritual capital.


Day 18 - Varanasi to Kathmandu

After taking a lazy breakfast in Varanasi, you will be transferred to the airport where you will board the flight to Kathmandu. You’ll be driven to your hotel the moment you reach. In the evening you will be free to visit the vibrant markets of Thamel. Have a restful night at Kathmandu.


Day 19 - Kathmandu

Early in the morning, at 6: Go to the “mountain kingdom of the world” at 3AM: fly to Mount Everest for a once-in-a -lifetime adventure — enjoy a bird’s eye view of the Himalayas, including the impressive Mount Everest.
After completion of the scenic flight, proceed with a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu. See the Pashupatinath temple which is the holiest Hindu site in Nepal and an important Shiva’s place. Visit Boudhanath Stupa, centre of Tibetan Culture, Nepal.
Then go ahead to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Swayambhunath temple. You will spend an overnight in Kathmandu – a vibrant city boasting cultural heritage.


Day 20 - Kathmandu to Bhaktapur, Nagarkot, and Back

In the morning, drive to Bhaktapur, which is just 35 km from Kathmandu, and is a relaxing place with three interesting squares: Taumadhi Tole, Durbar Square, and Potter’s square. Then, proceed to Nagarkot, a mountain village with an altitude of about 2195m, famous for the sunrise over the Himalayas and Mount Everest. You will come back to Kathmandu in the evening where you will spend a night in your hotel. The day takes one through the culture of Bhaktapur and scenic view of Nagarkot mountains.


Day 21 - Kathmandu to Delhi (By Flight)

You will be taken to the airport in the morning after taking breakfast and fly back to Delhi. Upon arrival, your driver will meet you and give you enough time to either shop at the Connaught Place market, have a bite of local delicacies or enjoy the thrill of the liveliness.
Towards the end of your incredible north India with Nepal tour, you’ll be moved to the airport three hours before your boarding time. Your heart flooded with memories of the most spectacular destinations that made your body feel like they are from different planets. This is an excellent summary to an unforgettable trip in the heart of India and Nepal.

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