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17 Nights / 18 Days

The Nepal Tibet India Tour, exciting tour which starts from India and continue to Nepal and Tibet. Tourist how have been to these extraordinary nations discover them to be most amazing destinations from every perspective of tourism. The rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks, and lush valleys provide India, Tibet and Nepal stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur to be visited once in a lifetime.

Day 01 Arrive Kathmandu (By Flight)
Arrive Kathmandu, meet – assist & transfer to hotel.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day 02 Kathmandu (By Road)
In the morning after breakfast full day visit Kathmandu.
Dinner & overnight at Hotel.

Covering Pashupatinath Temple , Boudhnath, Kathmandu City & Swayabhunath.

Pashupatinath Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva it is one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world. It lies 5 km. east of the city on the bank of the sacred Bagmati River. Thousands of pilgrims visit this temple every year during Shivaratri, the birthday of Lord Shiva. Entrance to the temple precinct is forbidden to non-Hindus. The Large, gilded triple-roofed temple was built in 1696 A.D. though 300 years earlier this was a structure on this site. Hindus are cremated on the cremation ghats here and their ashes scattered in the sacred river. One can usually see a cremation in progress

Boudhanath: This is the largest stupa in Nepal and one of the largest in the world Located east of the valley. It was built by the Lichchhavi King Mana Dev in the 5th century A.D. The Rinpoches who reside here have established Boudhanath as one of the most flourishing centers of Tibetan Buddhism in the world. The colossal ancient stupa is 36 meters high.

Swayambhunath: A top a green hillock west of Kathmandu,stands the great stupa of Swayambhunath. This is a site that is over 2500 years old marking the point where the legendary patriarch Manjushri discovered the lotus of the ancient valley lake. For centuries an important centre of Buddhist leaving, the painted eyes of the Buddhist gaze out from all four sides of this monument. Constructed to specific rules each with a symbolic meaning, the stupa of Swayambhunath is a model of its kind.

Kathmandu City: Kathmandu Durbar Square is one of the popular places liked by many visitors due to its exquisite architecture and artistic embellishement. The complex of palaces, courtyards and temples, built in 1200 to 1768 A.D. with hundreds of erotic carvings used to be the seat of the ancient Malla kings of Kathmandu which epitomizes the religions and cultural life of the people.

Day 03 Kathmandu – Nagarkot (By Road) (29 Kms. / 1.5 hrs. appx.)
In the morning after breakfast half day sightseeing tour of Patan City & Bhaktpur Durbar Square.
PM: Drive to Nagarkot.
On arrival transfer to hotel
Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Patan City: Patan is one of the most historically important city of the Kathmandu valley. It is known as the centre of fine arts and for the superb craftsmanship of its artisans. Essentially a Buddhist city, historic inscriptions establish Patan as an important town from early times (said to have been founded by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century B.C., although no historical proof exists). The Patan Durbar Square has been acclaimed as one of the finest urban streetscapes in the world. Most of the monuments seen today were built between the 16th – 18th centuries.

Bhaktapur Durnbar Square – A former capital of the valley, it was once a flourishing city on the trade route to Tibet. It has preserved its traditional character better than the other two cities, due to its more isolated location. It is regarded today as a classic showcase of medieval Nepalese town life. It is situated in the east of Kathmandu valley about 14 km. away. It today retains much of its beauty in ornate woodcarvings and in the famed Golden Gate.

Nagarkot is a popular and romantic tourist spot of Nepal. It is situated 32 kilometers east of Kathmandu at an altitude of 2175 Mts. above the sea level. The panorama of the major peaks of eastern Nepal Himalayas including Mt. Everest, can be seen from here. And also good view for Sun rise and Sun Set.


Day 04 Nagarkot – Chitwan (By Road) (201 Kms. / 5 hrs. appx.)
In the morning after breakfast drive to Chitwan . Check in at hotel.
LUNCH at Hotel and Start Jungle activities.
Evening Cultural Program- watch programs consisting of traditional (folk) dance and songs.
Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

The Chitwan National Park (CNP) is a world heritage property, and it also contains a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone. The CNP has a history of over 3 decades in park management and a rich experience in resolving conflicts between the park and the people.
It is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile.


Day 05 Chitwan – Pokhara (By Road) (203 Kms. / 5 hrs. appx.)
In the morning after breakfast Start elephant safari then after Drive to Pokhara.
On arrival transfer to hotel.
After refreshment boat ride on Fewa Lake.
Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

The Chitwan National Park (CNP) is a world heritage property, and it also contains a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone. The CNP has a history of over 3 decades in park management and a rich experience in resolving conflicts between the park and the people.It is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile.

Pokhara is the place of glorious and unique natural beauty in Nepal. The most serene environment in the city is Fewa Lake. The image of the snow-clad mountain peaks that falls in the tranquil water creating an ambience of peace and magic. It is at an elevation lower than Kathmandu. The fact is that Pokhara is much appreciated by the beautiful diversity of flowers which prosper in its environment.

Day 06 Pokhara
Early morning Drive to Sarangkot for Sunrise view.
Return back to hotel for breakfast.
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Sarangkot – Western Himalayan Ranges including Annapurna, Fishtail, Dhaulagiri etc..
Visit Davis Falls, Gupteswor Cave, Mahendra Cave , International Mountain Museum and Seti River George .

Davis Falls : About 2 km south of where Lake Phewa drains into the Pardi Khola the terrain drops sharply away and the river plunges over the Devi Falls, disappearing into a sink-hole. After about 200 m it re-emerges before flowing into the Phusre Khola. The falls are also known as David Falls, reputedly because someone of that name was sucked into the whirlpool and drowned .

Shri Gupteshwar Mahadev: Gupteswar means the one who is present everywhere in every form but still is not divulged. Hence those who visit the Gupteshwar Mahadev, will never be touched by any of the five doshas even in their dreams, all their desires are fulfilled and if the devotee carry’s out the Jal Abhishek ceremony with water from Maa-Narmada for a month, Lord Shiva is bound to provide a glimpse and fulfill all his worldly and heavenly desires no matter how colossal they may seem, for this what lord shiva pledged to lord shri Rama during his stay.

Mahendra Cave: This cave discovered in 1950 by young shepherds and it was named Mahendra Cave in honor of King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev. Locals refer to the cave as the House of Bats (Chamero Odaar) due to this shy species of wildlife that call the cave home. The Mahendra Cave is a natural cave that is made from limestone. The entire cave is decorated in spectacular stalagmites and stalactites.

International Mountain Museum: The International Mountain Museum is devoted to the mountains of Nepal and the mountaineers who climbed them. Inside you can see original gear from many of the first Himalayan ascents, as well as displays on the history, culture, geology and flora and fauna of the Himalaya.

Seti River George : The river has carved a deep, narrow gorge through the middle of town, turning the water milky white in the process. At points, the gorge is less than a metre across and the river gushes by more than 50m below street level. If you peer down through the darkness, you can just see the water churning through the gorge.


Day 07 Pokhara – Kathmandu (By Road) (205 Kms. / 5 hrs. appx.)
In the morning after breakfast drive to Kathmandu.
On arrival transfer to hotel.
Free time for your own. Evening dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant with cultural show.
Overnight at hotel.

The highway is lined with modern townships that have sprung up around important road junctions and river crossings. The scenery along the road is dramatic. The highway follows a series of deep river valleys, passing ancient stone villages, cascading rice terraces, rocky gorges and roaring rapids crossed by precarious suspension bridges. On clear days, most of the way to Pokhara there are views of Machhapuchhare and the Annapurna massif.


Day 08 Kathmandu – Lhasa (By Flight)
In the morning after breakfast transfer to airport for flight to Lhasa.
Arrive Lhasa, meet assist & transfer to hotel.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.


Day 09 Lhasa
In the morning after breakfast visit Lhasa.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Visit Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor street. (Potala was the winter palace of the Dalai lama, which was originally built in the 7th century by the king Sotsen Gampo and rebuilt to the present size by the 5th Dalai lama in the 17th century. Built in 1416 by Tsongapa’s disciple—Jamyang-choje. Jokhang Temple, one of the oldest temples in Tibet, was built in the 7thcentury by the 33rdking—Sontsanganbu. Barkor is the middle pilgrimage circuit around Jokhang Temple.)


Day 10 Lhasa
After breakfast visit Lhasa.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Visit Drepung Monastery and Norbulinka, Sera Monastery
(Drepung Monastery is the biggest Gelupa monastery in the west suburb of Lhasa.Built in the mid-18th century by the 7th Dalailama.Norbulingka, the Jewel Park was the Dalai lama’s summer palace,
it covers 100 acres with palaces, pavilions and a zoo.Sera is the second biggest Gelupa Monastery in the north suburb of Lhasa, which was built in 1419 by Tsongapa’s disciple—Sakya-yeshi.Situated at the heart of theoldest section of the Lhasa city.)


Day 11 Lhasa – Kathmandu By Flight
Kathmandu – Delhi By Flight
After breakfast transfer to airport for flight to Delhi.
Arrive Delhi meet assist at airport and visit Delhi.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Meet assist at airport & transfer to hotel (Check-In time 12 noon).
Half day city tour of Delhi.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

The Bahai Temple (Lotus Temple) – Completed in 1986, the Bahai temple is set amidst pools and gardens, and adherents of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray or meditate silently according to their own religion.

Jantar Mantar (literally the ‘instrument and formula’ and often called the Jantar Mantar), is located in the modern city of New Delhi.

India Gate is a 42m high stone arch of triumph. It bears the name of the 85,000 Indian Army Soldiers who died in the campaigns of WW1, the North-West Frontiers operations and the 1919 Afghan Fiasco. Below the arch is the memorial to the Unknown Soldier. India Gate is surrounded by green grass lawns and trees.

Humanyun Tomb – It was built in 1565 A.D. nine years after the death of Humayun, by his senior widow Bega Begam. Inside the walled enclosure the most notable features are the garden squares (chaharbagh) with pathways water channels, centrally located well proportional mausoleum topped by double dome.

Jama Masjid – One of the Architectural gift given by Shah Jahan, Jama Masjid is one of the largest mosques not only in Delhi but in India.


Day 12 Delhi – Jaipur (By Road) (260 Kms. / 5 hrs. appx.)
In the morning after breakfast visit Delhi and later drive to Jaipur.
On arrival transfer to hotel.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Qutab Minar – In 1199, Qutbuddin raised the Qutab Minar either as a victory tower or as a minaret to the adjacent mosque. From a base of 14.32 mtrs. it tapers to 2.75 mtrs. at a height of 72.5 mtrs.


Day 13 Jaipur
In the morning after breakfast full day city tour of Jaipur.
Evening, transfer back to the hotel.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Jaipur the vibrant capital of Rajasthan is popularly known as the ‘ Pink City ‘ because of the pink-coloured buildings in its old city. It sits on a dry lake bed in a somewhat arid landscape, surrounded by barren hills surmounted by forts and crenellated walls.

Amber Fort – Amber is located at a distance of 11 kilometers from Jaipur and was the old fort of the Kachhwaha clan of Amber, which used to be the capital, till it was moved to Jaipur. The construction of the Amber Fort began in the year 1592 and was started by Man Singh I, but it was finished by his descendant Jai Singh.

City Palace which has museum having an extensive collection of art, carpets, enamel ware and weapons.

Jantar Mantar – the observatory built my Maharaja Jai Singh in 1728 and the façade of Hawa Mahal.

JALMAHAL – (6 kms) on the way to Amer, this small palace is set in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. Renovation around the lake is in progress.

Hawa Mahal – The palace is shaped like a pyramid and is a five-storied building, with number of small windows and screens, with arched roofs. As one looks at this building, one realizes that the rear side of the building is comparatively very plain and lacks much of ornamentation.


Day 14 Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri By Road (205 Kms. / 4.5 hrs. appx.)
            Fatehpur Sikri – Agra By Road (35 Kms. / 1 hr. appx.)
After breakfast drive to Jaipur. On the way visit Fatehpur Sikri.
After visit Fatehpur continue drive toward to Jaipur.
On arrival city tour of Agra visit Taj Mahal & Fort.
After visit transfer to hotel.
Dinner & overnight at hotel.

Fathepur sikri – This magnificent fortifield ghost city was the capital of the Mughal emperor Akbar between 1571 and 1585. The downfall of this once magnificent capital of the Mughals started with the rise of the Jats when Emperor Aurangazeb left this place never to return again. The credit for preserving the ancient monuments situated here goes to Lord Curzon. Since then , these protected monuments and the environs of the city have been well maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. The city is rectangular in shape with nine huge gates – Delhi Darwaza, Lal Darwaza, Agra Gate, Suraj and Chandra Darwaza, Tehra Gate and Ajmeri Darwaza.

Agra, a romantic city in India, is known for the marble edifice ‘Taj Mahal’ Besides Taj Mahal, Agra is also known for the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, the red sandstone city made by Emperor Akbar. Agra is a medieval city situated on the banks of the river Yamuna. Sultan Sikandar Lodi, the Ruler of Delhi Sultanate founded it in the year 1504. After the sultan’s death the city passed on to his son Sultan Ibrahim Lodi who ruled his Sultanate from Agra until he fell fighting to Babur in the First battle of Panipat fought in 1526.

Taj Mahal – Described as the most extravagant monument ever built for love, it was constructed by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial to his queen Mumtaz Mahal, made out of white marble took 22 years to complete (1630-1652 AD). Ustad Ahamad Lahori, a Persian Architect, is said to be the main designer and planner for this magnificent memorial. On full moon nights, the glory of the Taj is at its best. Over the centuries, the Taj has attracted more visitors than perhaps any other Monuments in the country, and it is all too easy resort to conventional superlatives when describing it. What makes the Taj Unique is its perfect proportions, distinct femininity, medium of construction and ornamentation. Its marble exterior reflects rose and golden tints at sunrise and sunset, while it is dazzling white during the day and glowes pearl-like in the moonlight and during the monsoon.

Agra fort – Construction of the massive red sandstone Agra Fort on the bank of the Yamuna River was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1565, though additions were made up until the rule of his grandson, Shah Jahan. In Akbar’s time the fort was principally a military structure, but during Shah Jaha regin it had partially become Palace. It is an imposing strcture with walls of red sandstone almost three kilometers long. Entered through the Amar Singh Gate, the eastern part of the fort contains palace, audience hall and mosques built by three emperors.


Day 15 Agra – Jhansi By Train
            Jhansi – Orchha By Road (15 Kms. / 25 mins. Appx.)
            Orchha – Khajuraho By Road (180 Kms. / 4.5 hrs. appx.)
After breakfast travel by train to Jhansi.
On arrival drive to Khajuraho (short stop in Orchha: tour to all temples:
Arrive Khajuraho – Visit temples. After visit transfer to hotel.
Dinner & Overnight at the hotel.

Orchha – was founded in the 16th century by the Bundela Rajput chieftain, Rudra Pratap, who chose this stretch of land along the Betwa river as an ideal site for his capital. Of the succeeding rulers, the
most notable was Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo who built the exquisite Jehangir Mahal, a tiered palace crowned by graceful chhatris. From here the view of soaring temple spires and cenotaphs is
spectacular. Jehangir Mahal built by Raja Bir Singh Ju Deo in the 17th century to commemorate the visit of Emperor Jehangir to Orchha.

Khajuraho- The architectural style of the Khajuraho temples is very different from the temple prototype of that period. Each stands, instead of within the customary enclosure, on a high masonry platform. Combined with the upward direction of the structure, which is further accentuated by vertical projections, the total effect is one of grace and lightness, reminiscent of the Himalayan peaks.

Chaunsath Yogini Temple -Also featuring a fairly extensive collection of erotic stone carvings is the Chaunsath Yogini Temple, a structure dedicated to the goddess Kali and notable for being the only temple in the entire range to have been made from granite. The oldest shrine of any of the temples in the western group can be found at Chaunsath Yogini.

Hindu Temples Brahman, Vamana and Javari comprise the three Hindu temples within the eastern group. All three temples feature the same style of erotic carvings as the others; while Braham is known for its four-faced lingam statue, Vamana for its sculptures of nymphs, and Javari for its magnificent gateway.

Jain Temples Parsvanath which is dedicated to Jain Tirthankara Parshvanatha, is the largest of the Jain Temples and, like the somewhat smaller Adinath (dedicated to the Jain Tirthankara Adinath), features a selection of erotic carvings as well as other stone works telling less sexually explicit stories. Ghantai Temple, meanwhile, features stone carvings that tell the stories of the 16 dreams of Mahavira’s mother. The Jain temples are all a part of the eastern group of temples.

Kandariya Mahadev Temple This is the tallest of the temples, not only in the western group but in the entire collection, and is believed to have been built around 1025 in honour of Lord Shiva. This 30-metre-high structure features erotic carvings along its northern and southern faces but also a variety of others depicting women engaged in non-sexual activity. Notable also, is the large lingam inside of the temple which is commonly held to be a representation of Shiva

Lakshmana Temple Lakshmana is a part of the western group of temples and among the most famous in this category on account of its erotic sculpture collection. While all of the temples in the town feature stone works of this nature, Lakshmana’s collection is especially extensive and the carving particularly sexually graphic, depicting a large number of coital scenarios.

Archaeological Museum -Situated in a building adjacent to the Matangeshwar Temple, the Archaeological Museum was established by government officer WA Jardine in 1910 as a place to house the loose statues and sculptures found lying on the grounds of the ruined ancient temples.


Day 16 Khajuraho – Varanasi (By Flight)
After breakfast transfer to the airport to board the flight to Varanasi.
Evening watch Aarti Ceremony on River Ganges.
Dinner & Overnight in the hotel.

Ganges: Ghats are the steps on the bank of Ganges which lead down to the river, from where the pilgrims make their sin-cleaning dip in the holy water of the river.


Day 17 Varanasi – Delhi (By Flight)
Early in the morning boat ride on river Ganges.
Back to the hotel for breakfast.
After breakfast city tour of Varanasi.
Later, transfer to airport for flight to Delhi.
On arrival transfer to hotel. Free relax.
Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Visiting the major temples (Benares hindu university, Bharat Mata Mandir, Durga, Tulsi Manas Ki, Almagir mosque). After go to the Sarnath, visiting: Sarnath museum, all Sarnath temples.

Varanasi – It has been known as Kashi and Banaras, its present name is a restoration of the ancient name meaning the city between the two rivers – Varuna and Asi. The eternal city is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in India. Situated on the banks of the sacred river Ganges Kashi Vishwanath Temple. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is popularly known as the golden Temple due the Gold plating done on its 15.5 meter high spire.

Sarnath: One of the major Buddhist centers in India. Having achieved enlightenment in Bodhgaya, it was at Sarnath where Buddha came to preach his message of the middle way to final Nirvana. Later emperor Ashoka erected many magnificent stupas and other buildings here. Sarnath was at its peak when Chinese travellers Fa hian and Hiuen Tsang visited the site.


Day 18 Depart Delhi (By Flight)
Transfer to airport for flight back to home.

Place Night (s) 5* Hotels
Kathmandu 02 Dwarika’s Hotel
Nagarkot 01 Club Himalaya
Chitwan 01 Barahi Jungle Lodge
Pokhara 02 The Fulbari Resort & Spa
Kathmandu 01 Dwarika’s Hotel
Lhasa 03 St. Regis Hotel
Delhi 01 The Imperial
Jaipur 02 Oberoi Raj Vilas
Agra 01 Oberoi Amarvilas
Khajuraho 01 The Lalit Temple View
Varanasi 01 Brijrama Palace
Delhi 01 The Imperial

– Welcome with fresh flower garlands.
– Meet assist at the airport and hotels.
– 17 nights hotel accommodation.
– Daily breakfast at the hotels.
– Wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park.
– Bhutan Visa.
– Tibet Permit and Tibet Visa.
– All transfers, sightseeing, excursions by private AC vehicle as per the program.
– Kathmandu – Lhasa – Kathmandu – Delhi & Khajuraho – Varanasi – Delhi flight in economy class.
– Agra – Jhansi executive class train ticket in Express Train.
– Local English speaking guides during city tour, sightseeing and excursions.
– Entrance fees to the monuments as per the program.
– Turban & Saree tying lesson Jaipur.
– Masala Chai Demonstration during the tour.
– Indian Cuisine live demonstration during the tour.
– Cultural dance show in Jaipur with dinner.
– 01 Yoga class during the tour.
– 01 dinner of Indian thali during the tour.
– All taxes.

– Tips
– International Air Fare
– Visa Fees
– Travel Insurance
– Personal expenses and drinks.

– Accommodation in good hotels.
– Check-in / out time is 12 noon at most of the hotels.
– Extension to other places is also possible with a minimal extra cost.
– Additional nights are available at each place with minimal supplement.
– A visa is required and must be obtained prior to your departure from your Country.
– If quoted hotel is not available, we will provide one of a similar category and standard.
– Small deviations in the tour program are sometimes necessary, depending on weather, road conditions, flight schedules and room availability.
– In case the government changes presently applicable taxes, increase in airlines prices, fuel surcharge our rates will need to be adjusted accordingly.
– In Asia, there is no relevance between the distance and time of travelling, as it depends upon the condition of the roads and congestion of the traffic.
– While every effort will be made to maintain the itinerary, in view of local strikes etc that are beyond our control all schedule and itineraries are subject to last moment changes.
– Clients must be fully insured, as the company cannot accept liability for loss or damage to client’s property, medical emergencies or any other loss suffered by them whilst on tour.
– In Case of issuing Domestic or International air tickets, SGV is not responsible for any refund if the flight is delayed or cancelled, as it is the responsibility of airline.

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