Nepal - India

Embark on a mesmerizing journey that intertwines the rich tapestries of Nepal and India, brought to you by Luxury Holidays Nepal. Wander through the age-old temples and bustling bazaars of Kathmandu, be awestruck by the majestic Himalayan peaks, and immerse yourself in the serene lakeside beauty of Pokhara. As you cross into India, prepare to be dazzled by the historic grandeur of Delhi, the romantic allure of the Taj Mahal in Agra, and the vibrant spirit of Jaipur's palaces. This tour is not just a voyage across borders; it's a soulful exploration of culture, heritage, and natural wonders, meticulously crafted to offer a transcendent experience for the discerning traveler.

The Grandeur of Nepal

Nestled amidst the towering peaks of the Himalayas, Nepal is a treasure trove of ancient cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and spiritual serenity. It's a land where myths and mountains merge, and where every winding path tells tales of gods and heroes.

Kathmandu Valley: A harmonious blend of history and urban sprawl, the capital city, Kathmandu, invites travelers to its heart. Here, amidst the bustling streets, stand ancient temples and palaces that whisper stories of yore. The Durbar Squares, the sacred Pashupatinath Temple, and the majestic Swayambhunath Stupa are just a few landmarks that reflect Nepal's rich heritage.

Pokhara: A serene counterpart to Kathmandu's energy, Pokhara mesmerizes with its tranquil lakes and panoramic mountain views. The pristine Phewa Lake, with the Fishtail Mountain reflecting in its waters, is a sight to behold. Adventure enthusiasts also find solace here, with opportunities for paragliding, trekking, and exploring mysterious caves.

The Himalayas: Beyond its cultural landmarks, Nepal boasts eight of the world's ten highest peaks, including the formidable Mount Everest. Trekkers from around the globe are drawn to trails like the Annapurna Circuit and the Everest Base Camp Trek, each offering a unique communion with nature and a test of one's endurance.

Lumbini: The birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini is a beacon for pilgrims and spiritual seekers. The peaceful gardens, monasteries, and the sacred Bodhi tree provide a serene backdrop for meditation and reflection.

Chitwan National Park: Delving into the Terai lowlands, Chitwan offers a different facet of Nepal's grandeur. Here, in the lush green jungles, one can witness the majestic Royal Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos, and a myriad of bird species.

Nepal's grandeur is not limited to its physical landmarks. It lies in the warm smiles of its people, the colorful festivals that fill its calendar, and the timeless traditions that weave through daily life. To experience Nepal is to journey through layers of history, nature, and spirituality, and to emerge, invariably, transformed.

Incredible India

India, a vast tapestry of cultures, colors, and contrasts, stands as a testament to millennia of history, a symphony of experiences that range from the spiritual to the spectacular. The land resonates with a diversity that is palpable in every corner, every festival, and every face.

Delhi: The nation's capital is a sprawling metropolis, juxtaposing the old with the new. From the ancient walls of the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid's towering minarets to the modern architectural wonders like Lotus Temple, Delhi is a vibrant mosaic of India's rich past and its progressive future.

Agra: Home to the world-renowned Taj Mahal, a symbol of eternal love, Agra is a city steeped in Mughal history. The red sandstone Agra Fort and the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri further accentuate its historical significance.

Jaipur: The Pink City of Rajasthan, Jaipur beckons with its majestic forts and ornate palaces. From the iconic Hawa Mahal and the sprawling City Palace complex to the towering Amber Fort, Jaipur is a journey through Rajput grandeur and valor.

Varanasi: Along the sacred banks of the Ganges, Varanasi or Benaras stands as one of the world's oldest inhabited cities. Here, life and death coalesce in a spiritual dance, with ghats echoing the chants of rituals and the luminescence of evening aartis.

Kerala: Fondly referred to as 'God's Own Country', Kerala enchants with its emerald backwaters, verdant hills of Munnar, and rich traditions of Kathakali and Theyyam dances.

Goa: Beyond its pristine beaches and lively parties, Goa offers a blend of Portuguese heritage and Indian culture, evident in its baroque churches, temples, and vibrant festivals.

The Himalayan North: From the serene monasteries of Ladakh and Sikkim to the lush valleys of Himachal Pradesh, the northern regions of India offer a refreshing retreat with their cool climates and breathtaking landscapes.

India's incredibility lies not just in its diverse landscapes but in its myriad festivals, its myriad cuisines, and the myriad languages spoken. It's a land where ancient traditions seamlessly blend with modernity, where every state is a country in itself, and where the journey of exploration is endless. With its rich tapestry of experiences, India doesn't just offer a trip; it promises a transformation.

Why Choose Luxury Holidays Nepal?

Expertise and Experience: With years of operating in the tourism industry, Luxury Holidays Nepal has mastered the art of crafting unique and unforgettable travel experiences. Our seasoned team possesses an in-depth understanding of the local culture, topography, and intricacies of the region, ensuring a journey that's both exhilarating and safe.

Tailored Experiences: Recognizing that every traveler is unique, we specialize in curating itineraries that resonate with individual preferences. Whether it's an adventurous trek in the Himalayas, a spiritual sojourn in the temples of Varanasi, or a luxurious retreat in the palaces of Rajasthan, we mold the journey to suit your vision.

Commitment to Quality: We never compromise on the quality of services. From handpicked hotels to knowledgeable local guides, every aspect of your trip is meticulously planned to meet the highest standards of luxury and comfort.

Sustainable Tourism: We deeply value and respect the cultural and natural heritage of our destinations. Our initiatives focus on promoting responsible tourism practices that benefit local communities, conserve the environment, and foster mutual respect between visitors and hosts.

24/7 Support: Our dedicated support team ensures a seamless experience from the moment you inquire until you safely return home. Throughout your journey, we're just a call away, always ready to assist and enhance your travel experience.

Transparent Pricing: At Luxury Holidays Nepal, what you see is what you get. We maintain transparent pricing policies with no hidden costs, ensuring you receive full value for your investment.

Positive Reviews and Testimonials: Our clientele's testimonials and the array of positive reviews speak for our commitment to excellence. We've had the privilege of serving thousands of happy travelers, and their feedback stands as a testament to our impeccable service.

Comprehensive Packages: Beyond the standard tourist trails, we offer a plethora of experiences – from culinary tours and wellness retreats to wildlife safaris and cultural immersion programs. Our packages are comprehensive, ensuring a holistic experience of the destination.

Safety First: The safety and well-being of our guests are paramount. We constantly update our protocols, conduct regular training for our staff, and ensure that every measure is taken to provide a secure and enjoyable environment for our travelers.

Authentic Interactions: We believe in providing authentic experiences that go beyond touristy activities. Our tours often include interactions with local communities, artisans, and craftsmen, providing insights into the region's soul and ethos.

Choosing Luxury Holidays Nepal means opting for a travel companion who values your dreams, understands your needs, and is dedicated to turning your travel aspirations into cherished memories. With us, you're not just visiting a destination; you're embracing its essence.

Duration of Multi-Country Tour India and Nepal

Venturing into the heart of Asia, our Multiple Countries Tour offers a rich amalgamation of experiences from diverse cultures, landscapes, and traditions. To ensure our guests receive a comprehensive experience of each destination, the duration of our standard tour spans:

Total Duration: 15 Days and 14 Nights


  • Nepal: The first 7 days of the journey are dedicated to Nepal, allowing travelers to delve deep into its historical landmarks in Kathmandu, witness the natural beauty of Pokhara, embark on adventurous treks amidst the towering Himalayas, and immerse in the spiritual aura of Lumbini.

  • India: The subsequent 8 days unfold the wonders of India. Commencing in the bustling capital of Delhi, guests journey through the historic corridors of Agra, marveling at the Taj Mahal, and finally indulge in the royal Rajasthani experience in Jaipur. The tour also offers optional extensions to other mesmerizing destinations like Varanasi or Goa based on traveler preferences.

Each segment of the tour has been designed keeping in mind a harmonious balance between exploration and relaxation, ensuring that guests don't feel rushed while still experiencing the essence of each destination.

For those seeking a longer, more immersive experience or wanting to include additional countries or specific regions in their itinerary, Luxury Holidays Nepal is always ready to customize the tour's duration to cater to individual preferences. Your journey, your pace.

Visas for Multi-Country Tour of India and Nepal

When traveling to multiple countries, understanding visa requirements is crucial. Here's a comprehensive guide to obtaining visas for Nepal and India:

Nepal Visa:

On-Arrival Visa: Most nationalities can obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and at certain land entry points. Make sure to have a passport-sized photo and the visa fee ready.

Visa Duration and Fees:

  • 15 days: USD 30
  • 30 days: USD 50
  • 90 days: USD 125

Extendable: If you wish to extend your stay, you can do so at the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu.

Online Application: You can also fill out the visa application online before your arrival to reduce wait times at the airport.

Requirements: A valid passport with at least six months validity from the date of entry.

India Visa:

e-Visa: India has introduced an e-Visa system for over 160 nationalities. This can be applied for online and is valid for entry through 28 designated airports and 5 designated seaports.

Types of e-Visa:

  • Tourist
  • Business
  • Medical
  • Conference
  • Medical Attendant

Duration: The tourist e-Visa has three durations:

  • 30 days (Double Entry)
  • 1 year (Multiple Entries)
  • 5 years (Multiple Entries)

Processing Time: It usually takes at least 3-4 business days, but it's advisable to apply at least a week in advance.

Regular Visa: If you're not eligible for an e-Visa or are seeking a longer duration, you can apply for a traditional visa at an Indian embassy or consulate in your country.

Requirements: A passport with at least six months validity from the date of entry and two blank pages.


  • Ensure that you check the most up-to-date visa requirements and fees as they can change.
  • Some nationalities might have different requirements or may not be eligible for on-arrival or e-Visas.
  • Always keep multiple copies of your visa and passport while traveling.

While Luxury Holidays Nepal endeavors to provide accurate and timely visa information, travelers are always encouraged to consult official sources or embassies before their journey. We're also available to assist and guide you through the process to ensure a hassle-free travel experience.

Best Time to Embark on Nepal and India Tour

The geographical diversity of Nepal and India ensures a varied climate across different regions. However, there are specific times of the year when the weather is most favorable for a tour that spans both countries.


  • Autumn (September to November): This is arguably the best time to visit Nepal. The skies are clear, offering magnificent views of the Himalayas. The weather is balmy - not too cold in the highlands and not too warm in the plains.

  • Spring (March to May): Another ideal season, especially for trekkers. The landscape is vibrant with blooming flowers, especially the rhododendrons. The weather is pleasantly warm with clear skies.


  • Winter (October to March): This is the best time to explore most parts of India, especially the northern plains, including Delhi, Agra, and Rajasthan. The weather is cool and comfortable, making sightseeing and other activities enjoyable.

  • Avoiding Summers: The summer months (April to June) in the plains of North India can be extremely hot, with temperatures often soaring above 40°C (104°F).

  • Monsoon: While the monsoon season (July to September) offers lush landscapes, especially in places like Kerala, it might also come with challenges like heavy rains and potential flooding.

Considering Both Countries Together:

Given the ideal periods for both nations:

  • Autumn (September to November): Embarking on your tour during these months will provide clear views of Nepal and pleasant temperatures in India, especially in the North.

  • Winter to Early Spring (February to April): This period ensures the tail-end of the cool winter in India and the blossoming vibrancy of spring in Nepal.

While these are the optimal periods, both countries have unique offerings all year round. For instance, winter in Nepal (December to February) showcases snow-capped mountains, though it can be chilly, and the summer in India is perfect for hill stations like Shimla or Darjeeling.

Regardless of when you choose to travel, Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures that your itinerary is crafted to provide the best experiences, factoring in the season and current weather conditions. Always consult with us or check local forecasts before finalizing your travel dates to make the most of your journey across these two mesmerizing countries.

Is Nepal and India Tour Suitable for Families with Children?

Certainly! Both Nepal and India have an abundance of attractions and activities that cater to families and children. However, as with any international trip, it's essential to choose destinations and activities wisely to ensure the comfort and safety of younger travelers. Here's a breakdown:


  • Cultural Attractions: Kathmandu Valley boasts historical sites and ancient temples. Exploring places like Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur, and Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) can be educational and fun for kids.

  • Pokhara: A boat ride in Phewa Lake, visiting the mountain museums, or a short hike like Sarangkot can be enjoyed by families.

  • Chitwan National Park: Safari in the jungles offers a chance to see wildlife like elephants, rhinos, and various species of birds – a thrilling experience for children.

  • Trekking: If considering trekking, short treks like Ghorepani Poon Hill can be done with older kids, providing them with an adventurous Himalayan experience without being too strenuous.


  • Cultural and Historical Sites: India's rich history can be seen in sites like the Red Fort, India Gate, and Qutub Minar in Delhi; Taj Mahal in Agra; and palaces and forts in Jaipur. These can captivate children's imaginations.

  • Wildlife: National parks like Ranthambore and Bandhavgarh offer tiger safaris, which can be exhilarating for kids.

  • Beaches: Destinations like Goa provide a relaxing family environment, where kids can play on the beaches or indulge in water sports.

  • Hill Stations: Places like Shimla, Darjeeling, and Ooty offer cooler climates and activities such as toy train rides, which can be enjoyable for families.

Tips for Traveling with Children:

  • Health and Safety: Ensure all vaccinations are up-to-date. Carry a first-aid kit and essential medicines. Drinking bottled water is recommended.

  • Transport: Long road journeys can be tiresome for kids. Opt for domestic flights or train journeys where possible.

  • Accommodation: Choose family-friendly hotels or resorts that provide amenities suitable for kids.

  • Food: Both countries offer a variety of cuisines. While children might enjoy trying new dishes, ensure foods aren't too spicy and are prepared hygienically.

  • Schedule Breaks: Don’t pack too many activities in a day. Allocate time for relaxation and leisure.

  • Stay Informed: Always be aware of local customs, especially when visiting religious or sacred sites.

With the right planning and itinerary, a Nepal and India tour can provide an enriching experience for families. Offering a mix of adventure, education, and leisure, both countries can leave indelible memories for children and adults alike. As always, Luxury Holidays Nepal is here to assist and guide families in crafting the perfect, child-friendly journey.

Accommodations on Multi-Country Tour of India and Nepal

At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we understand that accommodations play a pivotal role in shaping your travel experience. Our handpicked accommodations ensure comfort, luxury, and authentic experiences to enhance your journey across Nepal and India.


  • Kathmandu: Choose from luxurious five-star hotels like Hotel Yak & Yeti, Hyatt Regency, and Dwarika’s Hotel, which offer a blend of modern amenities and traditional Nepali aesthetics. Mid-range hotels and boutique guesthouses are also available for those seeking cozy yet comfortable lodgings.

  • Pokhara: Indulge in lakeside resorts with panoramic views of the Annapurna range. The Fishtail Lodge and Shangri-La Village Resort are top picks. There are also numerous mid-range hotels along the Lakeside area.

  • Chitwan: Experience wilderness living with jungle resorts and lodges such as Tiger Tops and Barahi Jungle Lodge. These lodges offer a mix of luxury and rustic charm, often accompanied by jungle safaris.

  • Lumbini: Opt for serene resorts like the Lumbini Buddha Garden which provides tranquility and a closer look into the birthplace of Buddha.


  • Delhi: The capital boasts iconic luxury hotels such as The Taj Mahal Hotel, The Oberoi, and The Leela Palace. For travelers seeking boutique experiences, Haveli Dharampura in Old Delhi offers a unique heritage stay.

  • Agra: Live like royalty with views of the Taj Mahal from hotels like The Oberoi Amarvilas. Numerous mid-range hotels are also available for those wanting a comfortable stay without the luxury price tag.

  • Jaipur: Stay in regal palaces turned hotels like the Rambagh Palace and Jaipur Marriott Hotel. The Pink City also offers charming boutique hotels and guesthouses adorned with Rajasthani decor.

  • Other Destinations: Whether it's houseboats in Kerala, beach resorts in Goa, or heritage hotels in Rajasthan, India provides a plethora of lodging options suited to various budgets and preferences.

Key Features of Our Accommodations:

  • Location: Most of our selected accommodations are strategically located, ensuring ease of access to major tourist attractions and local markets.

  • Amenities: Expect modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, 24/7 room service, and more. Many of our chosen places also offer wellness centers, swimming pools, and gourmet restaurants.

  • Safety and Cleanliness: The safety and well-being of our guests is our top priority. We ensure that all accommodations maintain high standards of cleanliness and have robust security measures.

  • Authentic Experiences: From traditional Newari architecture in Nepal to royal Rajasthani palaces in India, our accommodations often reflect the local culture, offering guests an immersive experience.

  • Family-friendly: Many of our chosen lodgings cater to families, providing child-friendly amenities and services.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal, rest assured that after a day of exploration, you'll retreat to accommodations that offer relaxation, luxury, and a touch of local flavor. We aim to make your stay as memorable as the destinations you explore.

Foods on Multi Country Tour India and Nepal

Experiencing the culinary delights of a region is as integral to the travel experience as visiting its landmarks. The flavors, aromas, and textures of traditional dishes often offer unique insights into the cultural fabric of a place. Here's a gastronomic journey through Nepal and India that awaits travelers on our tour:


  • Dal Bhat: A staple Nepali meal, it consists of rice (bhat) served with lentil soup (dal) and accompanied by vegetable curries, chutney, and might also include meat curries or fried fish.

  • Momo: Nepali-style dumplings that are filled with either meat or vegetables.

  • Thukpa: A noodle soup that originated from Tibet but is very popular in Nepal, especially in the mountain regions. It contains meat or vegetables.

  • Sel Roti: A traditional homemade, sweet, ring-shaped rice bread/doughnut.

  • Newari Cuisine: If in Kathmandu, try Newari dishes like Chatamari (sometimes referred to as 'Nepali Pizza') and Bara, a type of lentil patty.


  • Biryani: A fragrant rice dish made with aromatic spices and chicken, mutton, or vegetables. Each region, from Hyderabad to Kolkata, has its unique version.

  • Masala Dosa: A South Indian specialty, it's a crispy pancake made from fermented rice and lentils, filled with spicy mashed potatoes and served with coconut chutney and sambar.

  • Rogan Josh: A flavorful curry from Kashmir, it’s made with tender pieces of meat, usually lamb, cooked with a blend of spices.

  • Paneer Tikka: Marinated chunks of paneer (Indian cottage cheese) grilled until golden. A favorite for vegetarians.

  • Chaat: A popular street food, especially in North India, it's a mix of potato pieces, crispy fried bread, gram or chickpeas, and tangy-salty spices.

  • Sweets: India has a vast variety of sweets. Gulab Jamun (deep-fried balls soaked in syrup), Jalebi (a spiral-shaped sweet made from fermented batter and soaked in syrup), and Rasgulla (spongy balls made of chhena or coagulated milk and soaked in sugar syrup) are must-tries.

Dining Tips:

  • Drink Bottled Water: It's recommended to drink only bottled water and avoid tap water to prevent any stomach issues.

  • Street Food: While both countries offer tantalizing street food, always opt for vendors with a high turnover and clean stalls.

  • Spice Levels: Indian food, in particular, can be quite spicy. If you're not accustomed to spicy food, you can always ask for your dish to be made milder.

  • Traditional Dining: In many places in Nepal and India, eating with hands (especially the right hand) is the norm, especially when consuming dishes like Dal Bhat or Biryani. Feel free to follow suit or ask for cutlery.

  • Vegetarian Options: Both countries are a paradise for vegetarians, with a plethora of delicious veg dishes on offer. In India, many restaurants have a 'pure veg' sign, indicating they serve only vegetarian food.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal, we ensure that our guests get to experience the authentic culinary delights of each region, from fine dining restaurants to trusted local eateries. Dive into the gastronomic wonders of Nepal and India, and satiate not just your wanderlust but also your taste buds!

Safety on Multi Country Tour India and Nepal

Traveling across diverse landscapes and cultures as found in Nepal and India can be an exhilarating experience. However, it's vital to be aware of safety measures to ensure a hassle-free journey. Here are some safety guidelines and recommendations for travelers embarking on a multi-country tour through Nepal and India:

General Safety:

  • Travel Documentation: Always keep copies of your passport, visas, and other important documents both in physical and digital formats. These can be invaluable in case of loss or theft.

  • Valuables: Make use of hotel safes or lockers to store your valuables. When exploring, it's best to carry only what's necessary and avoid displaying ostentatious jewelry or tech gadgets.

  • Stay Informed: Stay updated about local news and any potential disturbances, especially during election times or local festivals.

  • Respect Local Customs: Both Nepal and India have diverse cultures and traditions. Dress modestly, especially at religious sites, and be aware of local customs to avoid any inadvertent disrespect.

Nepal Safety:

  • Trekking: If your tour includes trekking, always do so with reputable guides. Altitude sickness can be a concern in higher elevations, so acclimatize appropriately and stay hydrated.

  • Urban Areas: In major cities like Kathmandu, be cautious of pickpockets in crowded areas. Also, be prepared for occasional power outages.

India Safety:

  • Transport: While public transport is widely used, for safety and comfort, it's often recommended to use pre-booked taxis or those from recognized taxi stands.

  • Crowded Places: Tourist spots can get crowded. Always keep personal belongings secure and be cautious of scams or touts.

  • Water and Food: Stick to bottled water and avoid ice in drinks. As much as street food is tempting and often delicious, ensure you choose vendors that appear hygienic and have high turnover.

  • Female Travelers: Solo female travelers should take extra precautions, especially at night. It's advisable to avoid secluded places after dark and always inform someone trustworthy about your whereabouts.

Health Precautions:

  • Vaccinations: Before traveling, consult with your doctor about recommended vaccinations for both countries.

  • Mosquitoes: In certain areas, there's a risk of diseases like malaria or dengue. Use repellents and consider mosquito nets where needed.

  • Medical Kit: Carry a basic medical kit with essentials like antiseptics, painkillers, and band-aids. Also, include any personal medications and a course of antibiotics for emergencies.

Travel Insurance: It's highly recommended to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, lost baggage, and other potential incidents.

Emergency Contacts: Always have a list of emergency contacts, including your country's embassy or consulate in Nepal and India, local police, and recommended medical facilities.

At Luxury Holidays Nepal, our guests' safety and well-being are our topmost priority. From the moment you land to the time you depart, we aim to provide a secure environment and ensure your trip is memorable for all the right reasons. Our local guides and representatives are trained to assist and guide travelers in all situations, ensuring peace of mind throughout your journey.

Currency for Multi-Country Tour India and Nepal

Currency and its management while traveling are paramount. To ease your monetary concerns on your multi-country journey through Nepal and India, here's a comprehensive guide:


Currency Name: Nepalese Rupee (NPR)

  • Notes and Coins: The most commonly used notes are NPR 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000. Coins, although less commonly used by tourists, come in denominations of NPR 1, 2, 5, and 10.

  • ATMs: Major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan have a good number of ATMs. However, it's advisable to carry sufficient cash when traveling to remote areas as ATMs might be scarce or non-functional.

  • Credit Cards: Major hotels, restaurants, and shops in tourist areas accept credit cards. However, a surcharge might be added in some places. It's always a good idea to ask beforehand.

  • Currency Exchange: You can exchange foreign currency at the airport, banks, or licensed money changers. Always keep the exchange receipt, as it might be required if you want to convert Nepalese Rupees back to your currency.


Currency Name: Indian Rupee (INR)

  • Notes and Coins: The most commonly used notes are INR 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and 2000. Coins come in denominations of INR 1, 2, 5, and 10.

  • ATMs: ATMs are ubiquitous in urban areas and most towns. However, it's still recommended to have cash on hand when traveling to rural or remote areas.

  • Credit Cards: Widely accepted in hotels, restaurants, and stores in urban areas. However, small vendors, rickshaws, or local eateries might only accept cash.

  • Currency Exchange: Like Nepal, currency can be exchanged at the airport, banks, or licensed money changers. Keeping the exchange receipt is crucial, especially if you plan to convert back to your currency upon leaving.

Tips for Managing Currency on Tour:

  • Budgeting: Have a daily budget in mind. This helps in managing and tracking expenses efficiently.

  • Small Change: Always try to keep small denominations for minor expenses like tips, local transport, or street food.

  • Backup: Always have a backup, like a travel card or USD/Euros, which can be easily exchanged in both countries.

  • Safety: Keep money in money belts or hidden pockets, especially in crowded places. Don't display large sums of money in public.

  • Alert Your Bank: If you plan to use your debit or credit card abroad, inform your bank to prevent any unexpected blocks on your card due to foreign transactions.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal by your side, our local representatives are always ready to guide you on the best places to exchange money, ATM locations, or any other currency-related queries to ensure a seamless travel experience.

Top Things to Do on Multi-Country Tour of India and Nepal

The grandeur of Nepal coupled with the incredible diversity of India offers travelers a plethora of experiences. Here's a curated list of top things to do as you traverse these two iconic nations:


  • Trek the Himalayas: From the famous Everest Base Camp trek to the Annapurna Circuit, there's a trek for every level of adventurer in Nepal.

  • Explore Kathmandu Valley: Immerse yourself in Nepal's rich cultural heritage by visiting the ancient palaces, stupas, and temples in Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.

  • Visit Chitwan National Park: Experience the wild side of Nepal with a jungle safari. Spot rhinos, tigers, and various bird species.

  • Paraglide in Pokhara: Soar over the serene Phewa Lake and get mesmerizing views of the Himalayan peaks.

  • Rafting and Kayaking: Embark on a thrilling journey on the rivers of Nepal, most notably the Trishuli and Bhote Koshi rivers.


  • Witness the Taj Mahal: Visit Agra and be captivated by the ethereal beauty of this world-renowned symbol of love.

  • Ride a Camel in the Thar Desert: Experience the golden sands of Rajasthan on a camel and spend a night under the starlit desert sky.

  • Cruise the Backwaters of Kerala: Relax on a traditional houseboat as you navigate through the serene backwaters, lined with coconut palms and picturesque villages.

  • Attend Varanasi's Ganga Aarti: Experience the spiritual fervor of this ancient city as you witness the evening prayer ceremonies on the ghats of the Ganges.

  • Explore Jaipur's Forts and Palaces: Dive deep into the royal heritage of India's Pink City with visits to the Amer Fort, City Palace, and Hawa Mahal.

  • Relish Indian Cuisine: Attend cooking classes, savor street foods, and dine in royal settings to taste the vast culinary offerings of India.

  • Go on a Tiger Safari: Visit national parks like Ranthambore or Bandhavgarh for a chance to spot the majestic Bengal tiger in its natural habitat.

  • Attend Local Festivals: Depending on the time of your visit, experience the vibrancy of Indian festivals like Diwali, Holi, or Durga Puja.

Combined Experiences for the Nepal-India Tour:

  • Buddhist Circuit Tour: Trace the life of Lord Buddha, from his birthplace in Lumbini (Nepal) to places of significance in India such as Bodh Gaya and Sarnath.

  • Shopping: From Nepal's Pashmina shawls and Thangka paintings to India's Jaipuri quilts and Banarasi sarees, indulge in unique shopping experiences.

  • Spa and Wellness: Try traditional Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala and learn meditation techniques in the serene monasteries of Nepal.

  • Interact with Locals: Engage in community-based tourism projects or homestays to get a deeper understanding of local cultures, traditions, and ways of life.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal as your trusted partner, every moment of your journey is carefully curated to ensure you experience the essence of both Nepal and India. Dive deep, explore, and be enchanted by the myriad of experiences awaiting you in these timeless lands.

Luxury Tour on Multi Country Tour India and Nepal

Stepping into the realm of luxury, the majestic lands of Nepal and India open their doors to offer unparalleled experiences. When luxury meets culture, heritage, and nature, the journey transcends to become an unforgettable tale. Let's embark on this grand odyssey:


Luxury Stays in Kathmandu:

  • Dwarika’s Hotel: Experience Nepal’s rich architectural tradition at this heritage hotel, adorned with woodwork and intricate designs, reminiscent of ancient Nepali palaces.

Helicopter Tours: Elevate your Himalayan experience with a helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp, offering panoramic views of the world's tallest peaks, without the trek.

Exclusive Wildlife Experience: Stay at the Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge in Chitwan National Park. Relish guided jungle walks, elephant encounters, and canoe rides, all while staying in luxury.

Lakeside Luxury in Pokhara: Book your suite at The Pavilions Himalayas. Overlooking lush paddy fields with the Himalayas as a backdrop, it offers a serene getaway.


Royal Retreats in Rajasthan:

  • The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur: Located on the banks of Lake Pichola, it provides an immersive experience of Mewar's grandeur.

  • Rambagh Palace, Jaipur: Once the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur, step into a royal world with its exquisite suites and impeccable service.

Aboard the Luxury Trains: The Maharajas’ Express: Journey through India’s heartland, covering Agra, Jaipur, and Varanasi, all while enjoying the opulence of this luxury train.

Private Backwater Cruise in Kerala: Charter a luxury houseboat, complete with personal chefs and traditional performances, while navigating the tranquil waters.

Spa Retreats in the Himalayas: Ananda in the Himalayas: Located in the tranquil Himalayan foothills, indulge in world-class spa therapies and holistic wellness regimes.

Combined Luxury Experiences for Nepal-India Tour:

Private Cultural Experiences: Organized by cultural connoisseurs, gain access to private showings, traditional performances, and meet renowned artisans.

Gourmet Culinary Journeys: Dine at exclusive venues, from centuries-old palaces in India to traditional Newari homes in Nepal, with menus crafted by culinary masters.

Personalized Shopping Expeditions: Accompanied by a local expert, shop for Pashminas in the bylanes of Kathmandu and exquisite jewelry in Jaipur’s gem bazaars.

Charter Flights & Helicopter Transfers: Maximize your time and comfort with private air transfers between major destinations, giving you panoramic views and quick transit.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal orchestrating your journey, every moment becomes the epitome of finesse and elegance. We handpick experiences, ensuring that luxury is not just about grandeur, but also authenticity, exclusivity, and personal touches. Revel in the confluence of two incredible nations, draped in sheer opulence. Welcome to the journey of a lifetime!

Cost of Multi Country Tour India and Nepal

The cost of a Multiple Countries Tour that encompasses the beauties of Nepal and India can vary widely based on several factors. However, for the sake of providing a ballpark estimate, we will break down potential costs for a luxury tour spanning two weeks.

Flight Costs:

  • International Flights: Round-trip flights from major western hubs to Kathmandu or New Delhi might range from $800 to $1,500, depending on the season and how early you book.

  • Domestic Flights: Flights between major destinations within Nepal and India, e.g., Kathmandu to Delhi or Delhi to Jaipur, might cost between $100 to $250 one way.


  • Luxury Hotels & Resorts: For top-tier establishments like The Oberoi or Dwarika’s, expect to pay $250 to $800 per night.

  • Luxury Trains: A week-long journey on The Maharajas’ Express can range from $3,500 to $7,500 depending on the suite type.

Guided Tours & Excursions:

  • Private Guides: Private, knowledgeable guides for a day might cost between $50 to $150.

  • Helicopter Tours in Nepal: A trip to Everest Base Camp may range from $1,000 to $1,500.

Food & Dining:

  • Fine Dining: Expect to pay $40 to $150 per person for a luxurious dining experience in a top restaurant or private curated meal.


  • Private Transfers: Chauffeur-driven luxury vehicles might charge between $100 to $200 per day.

Entrance Fees & Activities:

  • Charges for entrance to historical sites, national parks, and other attractions might range from $10 to $50.

  • Special activities, like spa treatments or cultural shows, might range between $50 to $300.


  • Nepal: $30 to $50 depending on the duration of stay.

  • India: $10 to $100 based on the type of e-visa or regular visa chosen.

Miscellaneous Expenses: Always set aside an additional 10% of your budget for miscellaneous expenses, which could include shopping, tips, or unplanned activities.

Total Estimated Cost for a Luxury 2-week Tour: $6,000 to $15,000+ per person.

Note: The above figures are rough estimates and can vary based on personal preferences, seasonal fluctuations, and special offers or packages available. It's always recommended to consult directly with a luxury tour operator like Luxury Holidays Nepal for a precise quotation tailored to your preferences.

Best Time for Multi-Country Tour of Nepal and India

The combined allure of Nepal and India offers travelers a palette of diverse experiences, from the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to the sun-soaked beaches of Goa. The best time for a Multiple Countries Tour spanning both these nations largely depends on the kind of experiences you seek and the regions you intend to explore.

For Ideal Weather: October to March

  • Nepal: This period post-monsoon provides clear skies and spectacular views of the Himalayas, making it ideal for trekking and sightseeing. The climate is pleasant with cooler temperatures, especially in the hilly and mountainous regions.

  • India: These months constitute the winter season in most parts of India, offering cooler and pleasant weather, perfect for exploration. Northern plains (like Delhi and Agra) experience mild cold, while the southern parts (like Kerala and Goa) remain warm and tropical.

For Cultural Experiences: Festive Seasons

  • Nepal: Dashain (usually in October) is Nepal's biggest festival, followed by Tihar (similar to India's Diwali). Witnessing these festivals provides deep insights into Nepal's cultural fabric.

  • India: Diverse festivals dot India's calendar. Diwali (October/November), Holi (March), and Durga Puja (October) are some major ones offering unique cultural experiences.

For Wildlife Enthusiasts: March to June

  • Nepal: Visit Chitwan National Park or Bardia National Park during these months for the best wildlife viewing, including the elusive Bengal tiger and one-horned rhinoceros.

  • India: National parks like Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, and Kaziranga are open for wildlife safaris, presenting higher chances of spotting tigers, rhinos, and other wildlife during these months.

For Adventure Seekers: Pre-monsoon (March to May)

  • Nepal: A perfect time for trekking in lower altitudes and indulging in adventure sports like paragliding and white-water rafting.

  • India: Ideal for adventure activities in the Himalayan regions of India, like trekking in Ladakh or Himachal Pradesh.

Off-Peak Season: Monsoon (June to September)

While the monsoon season brings heavy rainfall, making certain activities challenging, it's a great time for those seeking fewer crowds and lush landscapes. Also, the valley of flowers in Uttarakhand, India, is in full bloom during this period.

Recommendation: Given the broad spectrum of experiences and vast geographical differences, the period from October to March stands out as the most favorable time for a comprehensive luxury tour of Nepal and India. It combines pleasant weather, clear views, and multiple cultural events, making your journey diverse and memorable.

However, always consider specific experiences you prioritize, and tailor your travel times accordingly. The experts at Luxury Holidays Nepal are always available to guide you through crafting your perfect itinerary, aligned with the best seasons and experiences.

A journey through the heartlands of Nepal and India is not just a tour; it’s a sojourn of discovery. As you traverse the stunning landscapes, immerse in the rich tapestry of cultures, and savor exquisite culinary delights, you are bound to experience a symphony of emotions. From the serene Himalayan peaks in Nepal to the architectural marvels of India, every step offers a new story, and a fresh perspective.

Such a tour melds the spiritual with the adventurous, the ancient with the contemporary, and nature's tranquillity with vibrant urban life. While Nepal, often known as the 'Land of the Himalayas', is enchanted with its mountainous charm, serene lakes, and profound spirituality, India mesmerizes with its vastness, diverse traditions, and deep-rooted history. Together, they provide a holistic travel experience, one that satiates the soul, mind, and body.

Opting for Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures not just a journey but an upscale experience crafted with precision, love, and a deep understanding of these lands. From luxury accommodations to curated experiences, every detail is finely tuned to ensure travelers receive the best of both countries.

In conclusion, a Multiple Countries Tour encompassing Nepal and India is a bucket-list adventure, offering unparalleled experiences and memories that linger long after the journey concludes. It's not just about visiting places; it's about living countless moments, each echoing the soulful essence of these lands. Embark on this grand voyage, for it promises more than sights; it promises lasting impressions.

FAQs: Multiple Countries Tour

Q: What is the ideal duration for a country tour including Nepal and India?

A: A typical luxury tour spanning both Nepal and India can last anywhere from 10 to 21 days, depending on the destinations and experiences you choose. However, for a comprehensive experience, 14 to 18 days is recommended.

Q: When is the best time to embark on the Nepal and India Tour?

A: The best time for a comprehensive tour of Nepal and India is from October to March. This period offers pleasant weather, clear views, and several cultural events in both countries.

Q: Are Nepal and India family-friendly destinations?

A: Absolutely! Both Nepal and India offer a range of activities and destinations suitable for families with children. From wildlife safaris to cultural shows, there's something for every age group.

4. What kind of accommodations can I expect on the tour?

A: With Luxury Holidays Nepal, travelers can expect to stay in luxury hotels, resorts, and in India, the option of luxury trains. These accommodations ensure comfort, world-class amenities, and an authentic taste of local culture.

Q: How diverse is the food experience on this tour?

A: Both Nepal and India offer a rich culinary landscape. Travelers can savor a mix of local delicacies, street food, and fine dining experiences. Dietary preferences and restrictions can be accommodated.

6. What measures are taken for safety during the tour?

A: Safety is a top priority. From choosing reputable accommodations to ensuring safe transport and providing knowledgeable local guides, every aspect is designed with the traveler's safety in mind.

Q: What currencies are used in Nepal and India?

A: Nepal uses the Nepalese Rupee (NPR), and India uses the Indian Rupee (INR). It's advisable to carry some local currency, though credit cards are widely accepted in urban areas and tourist spots.

Q: What are the top experiences not to miss on this tour?

A: While both countries offer numerous experiences, highlights include trekking in Nepal's Himalayas, exploring India's historical sites, witnessing cultural festivals, and indulging in luxury train journeys in India.

Q: How luxurious is the "Luxury Multiple Countries Tour"?

A: Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures a high-end experience, from stay to activities. Think of 5-star accommodations, private guided tours, curated meals, and unparalleled local experiences.

Q: How much does the Multiple Countries Tour typically cost?

A: The cost can range from $6,000 to $15,000+ per person for a luxury 2-week tour, based on the chosen experiences, accommodations, and personal preferences. For precise quotations, it's best to consult directly with Luxury Holidays Nepal.

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