(10:00 AM – 7:00 PM. Monday – Saturday)
Emergency Numbers: +91-9811552453
Address: 329 Plot No 3, Vardhman Dwarkadhish, Sector 10, Dwarka, New Delhi, India, 110075.
Welcome to India! Upon landing in Indira Gandhi International Airport, you are welcomed by DFCT’s experienced staff and transferred to the hotel.
Rest of the time at leisure to relax from long flight. Night stay at Hotel in Delhi .
Breakfast at the stay hotel, head to Old Delhi for the radiant Jama Masjid , India's biggest mosque; at that point you will experience the rich local life by exploring the narrow streets of bazaar of Chandni Chowk on rickshaw, Drive pass Red Fort of Delhi. Continue your trip to Raj Ghat - the incineration place of Mahatma Gandhi (Known as father of the nation). From here move on for the our of Humayun Tomb , Qutub Minar – Tallest brick structure in the globe, return towards central Delhi and visit the President’s house (photo stop), Parliament House (photo stop) and spend some time at the lawns of India Gate .
Night at the hotel in Delhi.
After breakfast, head to Jaipur by private A/C vehicle, stopover for respite or photograph openings are at your solicitation whenever in transit. On arrival check in at your hotel.
Rest of the time at leisure. Evening you may chose to go for dinner to one of the city restaurant where you can enjoy Rich Rajasthani culture over dinner.
Night stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, visit the Hill top Amber Fort , the antiquated capital of the state; novel elephant or uphill Jeep ride to the fortification is brimming with great view and fun, inside you'll see the royal residences incl. the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) and will learn Amber Fort History from your Guide.
Drive back to the 'pink city' of Jaipur and photo stop at Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds). Further proceed to the City Palace Museum for its magnificent accumulation of Rajasthani outfits and arsenal; From here Tour of Jantar Mantar - the biggest stone observatory in world that still in administration today.
Later spend some time walking in Old Bazaar of Jaipur to see the colorful costumes and handicrafts. Overnight stay at Jaipur hotel. .
Breakfast at hotel and head to Agra – where Taj Mahal is, on the way visiti the imperial city of Fatehpur Sikri , perhaps the best case of Mughal architecture wonder , built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and deserted following 15 years because of shortage of water.
From here continue your car drive to Agra and check into the hotel on arrival.
In the evening at Sunset, pay your visit to the Taj Mahal to have some stunning views and pictures of the Taj Mehal.
Overnight at the hotel.
Early morning at Sunrise leave for Tour of Mehtab Bagh (Royal Gardens across the river), to see the changing clolors of the Taj Mahal and click beautiful photos. Return to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast proceed for Agra Fort Tour. After this tour drive back to Delhi and check into the hotel.
In the evening you may want to visit Akshardham Temple (optional). Night in Delhi Hotel.
You will be transferred to airport by DFCT representative to board flight for Kathmandu in Nepal . Met upon arrival by DFCT’s Nepal representative and transfer t the hotel.
Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
Early today we should begin from great parts. Right off the bat, you will visit Swayambhunath Temple, a 2000 years old Buddhist Stupa, from here leave for tour of Pashupatinath Temple, one of the most spiritual Hindu Temple in Nepal.
In the afternoon tour of Boudhanath Stupa, the biggest Buddhist Stupa on the planet, where you can see and buy the old and exquisite craft of Thangka Painting. Before we head back, take a taste of local Nepalese tea at one of the tea shop.
In the evening you may like to experience your first Nepalese Dinner and local restaurant. Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu.
Option - If interested, early morning go for Mountain flight in Kathmandu to view snow clad mountains all around including Mt Everest.
After breakfast you are accompanied to Bhaktapur city where you will find the Durbar Square, one of the seven UNESCO's World Heritage Sites of the Kathmandu Valley and the Golden Gate - 55 Window Palace, visit will include tour of Nyatapole Temple and National Art Gallery.
From here return to Kathmandu city and visit some of the great temples of Valley including Changu Narayan Temple which flaunts an excellent perspective on the encompassing field, visit Kathmandu Darbar Square and Kumari temple.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu.
On time post breakfast transfer to Kathmandu airport to board flight for Paro in Bhutan. Meeting by our Bhutanese representative on arrival and transfer to Thimphu in around 1 ½ hrs time.
You will see the Tamchog Lhakhang iron bridge on the way to your hotel in Thimphu. Check into the hotel when arrive. Later leave for Thimphu city tour where you will visit the National Memorial Chorten made in appreciation of third ruler and visit Buddha Dordenma Statue where Asia's greatest bronze Bhudda statue sits. Later observe Bhutan's one of a kind national animla at Taktsang Monaster, from here you tour the Zilukha Nunnery. Finally, Thimphu Dzong Tour (Trashichho Dzong), the biggest religious structure in Thimphu and the managerial center (open after 5 pm, Monday to Friday).
Night stay at Hotel in Thimphu
Thimphu Valley Tour - After breakfast, visit the Folk Heritage Museum (an old farmhouse demonstrating the rustic existence of Bhutanese) and the National Painting School, to perceive how the astonishing customary figures and depictions are made. Next come to Bhutan Post Office Headquarters where you can make stamps with your own photographs. Afternoon drive back to Paro and afterward visit a local home or farm house to see the local life. You will have chance to taste locally made wine here. Night at Hotel in Paro.
After breakfast set out upon an interesting trip to Taktshang Monastery or Tiger's Nest (approx. 5 hours round trip walk). Taktshang is one of the most celebrated in Bhutan's religious communities, roosted on a ridge at 900m over the Paro valley. It is said that Guru Rinpoche landed here on the back of a tigress and pondered at this cloister and subsequently it is called 'Tiger's Nest'. This site has been perceived as a most hallowed spot and visited by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1646 and now visited by all Bhutanese in any event once in their lifetime. Evening visit Ta Dzong, initially worked as Watchtower, which currently houses National Museum. Its broad gathering incorporates antique thangkha artistic creations, materials, weapons and shield, family questions and a rich collection of characteristic and memorable curios. Ta Dzong visit pursued by a short stroll to visit Rinpung Dzong (Paro Dzong), which means ('post of the stack of gems'), which has a long and entrancing history. Along the wooden displays covering the internal patio are fine divider works of art representing Buddhist legend, for example, four companions, the elderly person of long life, the wheel of life, scenes from the life of Milarepa, Mount. Sumeru and other astronomical Mandala. Night go for a walk around Paro central avenue, visiting local markets and shops of Paro. Night stay at hotel in Paro.
Your 13 days India Nepal Bhutan Tour package comes to an end today. Transfer to the airport intime to board home bound flight.
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