Incredible India and Nepal

February 22 - March 8, 2026


Day 1 – Feb 22  Arrival in Delhi

  • Welcome to India! Arrive Delhi, clear immigration and customs and proceed towards the visitor’s gallery, where our representative will be holding a placard for you to assist. Traditional Garlanding Welcome upon arrival and assisted transfer to your hotel.
    • Upon arrival at hotel, Welcome drink (non-alcoholic), key distribution and check in.
  • Enjoy your day at leisure to relax after a long flight connection.
    • Delhi, the capital of India has a fascinating history and a stimulating present.  Delhi has been the seat of a power of a number of dynasties – the Rajputs, the Muslims invaders from the North, the Afghan dynasties followed by Tughlaqs, Sayyads, the Ladies and the Mughals, who continued the Imperial line, until British days. The old city, built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, stands today as an epitome of the whole history of Indo-Islamic architecture.  New Delhi, designed and constructed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker, is a mixture of east and west.  The public buildings in red sandstone are in the Mughal style. New Delhi has a circular Parliament House and an imposing Central Secretariat in two blocks, which stand at the approaches to Rashtrapati Bhavan, the residence of the President of India.  Delhi is today the political, economic, and cultural capital of the world’s largest democracy and has also become one of the greatest tourist centers of the world. 
  • Taj Mahal, New Delhi, is a luxury 5-star deluxe hotel that has recently undergone a complete renovation, preserving its timeless appeal while incorporating contemporary charm. Situated in the heart of the city, the hotel offers a unique vantage point with views of the leafy boulevards of Lutyens Delhi, adding to its status as an iconic landmark in the historic part of the capital.
  • Overnight: Taj Mahal Mansingh Road – Luxury Room
  • Meals: Dinner

Day 2 – Feb 23 Delhi

  • Enjoy breakfast at the hotel.
  • 9:30am: Pick up from the hotel lobby to depart for a guided sightseeing tour of Old Delhi to visit:
    • Jama Masjid: this is one of the largest mosques in India, and a sight of historical importance. Begun in 1644, the mosque was not completed until 1658. It has three gateways, four angle towers and two minarets standing 40m high and constructed of altering vertical strips of red sandstone and white marble.
    • Enjoy a cycle rickshaw ride through the Chandani Chowk market. We will then drive past the Red Fort (stop for photo from outside), built in red sandstone are the walls of Lal Quila. The Red Fort extends for 2 km and varies in height from 18m on the river side to 33m on the city side. Shah Jahan started construction of the massive fort in 1638 and it was completed in 1648. Later visit the Raj Ghat, the place where Mahatma Gandhi was put to rest. 
  • Lunch at a local restaurant. 
  • Return back to hotel. After freshen-up, assemble at one of the meeting rooms for 3 hrs meeting session.
  • 3:00pm – 6:00pm: Conference/Meeting session
  • 8:00pm: Welcome cocktail & dinner at hotel.
  • Accommodation: Taj Mahal Mansingh Road – Luxury Room
  • Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Day 3 – Feb 24 Delhi

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 9:30am: Pick up from the hotel lobby and depart for a guided sightseeing tour of New Delhi to visit:
    • Qutab Minar – 234 feet high tower, the Qutab Minar itself is a soaring tower of victory that was started in 1193, immediately after the defeat of the last Hindu kingdom in Delhi. It is nearly 73m high and tapers from a 15m diameter base to just 2.5m at the top. The tower has five distinct stories, each marked by a projecting balcony. The first three storey are made of red sandstone, the fourth and the fifth of marble and sandstone.
    • Humayun’s Tomb (Tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun) – built in the mid-16th century by Haji Begum, the Persian-born senior wife of Humayun, the second Mughal emperor, this is a wonderful early example of Mughal architecture.
    • Drive past India Gate (War Memorial), the President’s House which was once the Viceroy’s Palace, Parliament House and Secretarial buildings
    • Continue towards Connaught Place (as large vehicles are not allowed to enter), we will get down to nearest places and enjoy auto rickshaw/Tuk Tuk ride (three wheeler vehicles Or small vehicles) through Connaught Place. Connaught Place is a frenetic business and financial hub, centered on a ring of colonnaded Georgian-style buildings with global chain stores, vintage cinemas, bars and Indian restaurants. Stalls at Janpath Market sell saris, embroidered bags and trinkets.
    • After an enjoyable ride, return back to parking/designated places to board the bus to visit Akshardham Temple.
    • Lunch at a local restaurant.
    • Akshardham Temple (closed on Mondays): The Akshardham Temple is one of the most recently built temples in Delhi. Constructed by the Bochasanvasi Aksharpurushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS), it is situated on the banks of the River Yamuna. Delhi Akshardham Mandir was inaugurated in Novenmber’05 in the presence of President APJ Abdul Kalam. It is spread over an area of 100 acres and took about two years to complete.
    • Tour ends with a visit to ‘Akshardham Temple & Water Show’ with guide, also known as ‘Sahaj Anand.’
    • Show Timings: First show starts soon after sunset. (Currently 19:00 hrs)
    • Shows: Two shows may be held during weekends or public holidays. 
    • Duration: 24 minutes
  • Accommodation: Taj Mahal Mansingh Road – Luxury Room
  • Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Day 4 –Feb 25 Delhi – Udaipur

  • Enjoy an early breakfast at the hotel and check out.
  • Meet our representative and you will be transferred to airport to board flight for Udaipur.
  • Upon arrival, proceed towards exit gate, meet our local representative. After traditional welcome, assisted transfer to hotel.
  • Enjoy your welcome drink (non alcoholic) upon arrival at hotel and check in.
    • In Udaipur the visitor finds his dream of India come true – for the city combines real beauty with picturesque associations of a great and glorious past.  It stands in a valley, amid green hills on the banks of the wide, steel blue Lake Pichola. On little islands in the lake, from the water’s edge, rise marble palaces of pure white that glisten like fairy castles.  Crowning the ridge, in which the city clusters, along the shores of the lake is the palace of the Maharaja.  Within the palace is all the magnificence of the East – peacocks in mosaic on the walls, floors inlaid with tiles of rare beauty, and roof gardens affording magnificent views of the panorama below.
  • After fresh-en-up, assemble at one of the meeting rooms for 3 hrs meeting session.
  • 3:00pm – 6:00pm: Conference/Meeting session
  • Dinner at Hotel.
    • Royalty meets fairy tale at the Taj Lake Palace Udaipur, seemingly poised to grace the waters of Lake Pichola. Here, every glance unveils breathtaking panoramas of the serene water expanse, rolling hills, and the splendid city of Udaipur. Jag Niwas, a masterpiece conceived between 1743-1746 by Maharana Jagat Singh II, the illustrious 62nd custodian of the House of Mewar, once served as a summer haven for the Mewar Royal family. In 1963, under the discerning eye of Maharana is Maharana Bhagwat Singh Mewar of Udaipur, it was transformed into a heritage haven, reflecting the epitome of lavish living. Meticulously resurrected to its former glory, it mirrors the unwavering commitment to excellence that characterises the Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur.
  • Accommodation: Taj Lake Palace – Palace Room
  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 5 – Feb 26 Udaipur

  • Enjoy breakfast at your hotel. 
  • Later depart for guided sightseeing tour of Udaipur to visit City Palace – one of the most important attractions in Udaipur. It has several exotic palatial structures that enchant with their carved and fantastic walls, latticework, mirror work etc. Jagdish Temple, Gulab Niwas Garden, Sahelion Ki Bari (Queen’s retreat for her friends), enjoy a drive around Fateh Sagar Lake – a man-made lake and Bagore Ki Haveli Museum.
  • Lunch on your own
  • After lunch, depart to visit Sajjangarh Fort: High on a hilltop just outside Udaipur lies this dramatic 18th century palace, with a breathtaking view of the Mewar countryside Originally intended to be a towering five-story astronomical centre, it was later abandoned and used as a monsoon palace and hunting lodge. It was built by Maharana Sajjan Singh to house and observatory and was planned as a nineteen-storied structure. However the Maharana died prematurely & the plans were curtailed. The now derelict palace dominates the skyline 2468 feet high on top of Bansdara Mountain. It is visible from a great distance & affords splendid scenic views.
  • Dinner at the hotel.
  • Accommodation: Taj Lake Palace – Palace Room
  • Meals: Breakfast, & Dinner

Day 6 – Feb 27 Udaipur

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • This morning depart for a boat ride (Private Boat) on Lake Pichola – visit the Jag Mandir Palace.  The palace, built of granite and marble, covers four acres and is built almost in the middle of the lake. Visit the Borra Mahal, Khas Mahal and the courts, gardens and fountains.
  • The rest of the day is free to relax.
  • Later stroll around in the local market and shopping. 
  • Evening enjoy the Rajasthani traditional dance program at Theater.
  • Dinner at the hotel.
  • Accommodation: Taj Lake Palace – Palace Room
  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 7 – Feb 28 Udaipur – Jaipur

  • 5:00am: Early morning baggage down, check out and you will be transferred to airport to board flight for Jaipur. 
  • Arrive in Jaipur, proceed towards exit gate, traditional garlanding welcome and assisted transfer to hotel. (Hotel check in time 2:00pm)
  • Enjoy your welcome drink (non-alcoholic) upon arrival at hotel and check in. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure. 
  • This evening depart for a Royal Gala Dinner at City Palace.
    • Jaipur: The rose-pink capital of Rajasthan is surrounded on all sides by rugged hills, crowned with forts and enclosed by embattled walls.  The Maharaja’s palace stands in the centre of the city amidst lovely gardens.  Houses with latticed windows line the streets, their rose-pink colour lending enchantment to the scene which is almost magical at sunset.  Jaipur is aptly called the ‘Pink City of India’.  It takes its name from the famous Maharana Sawai Jai Singh, who founded the city in 1728.  
    • Jaipur is noted for its craft men skilled in the art of cutting precious stones and famed for its garnets and rubies.  It is equally well known for brass inlay work, lacquer work and the printing of muslines.  The City Palace which now houses a museum containing rate manuscripts, paintings and an armoury; the Observatory with a sundial 90 ft. high; the Museum amidst the Ram Niwas Palace Gardens founded in 1876 with a large collection of antiques; the Palace of Winds a landmark of Jaipur made of pink sandstone and of unique design.
    • Rich Rajputana heritage harmoniously converges with contemporary elegance. With 51 meticulously designed and spacious rooms, each opening onto private courtyards adorned with lush greenery, guests are transported to a realm of opulence and luxury. The palace’s exterior is a testament to its reverence for the grandeur of the Amber Fort, proudly showcasing the iconic Golden Gate, an esteemed relic from Rambagh Palace’s illustrious past, now gracing the lobby. The heritage hotel in Jaipur is a tribute to Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II, the palace’s former resident, and Spain’s first ambassador. At Sawai Man Mahal, guests are invited to explore a world where tradition seamlessly melds with modernity, where the past gracefully merges with the present to create an unforgettable experience.
  • Accommodation: Sawai Man Mahal – Palace Room
  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 8 – March 1 Jaipur

  • Breakfast at hotel.
  • 10:00am – 1:00pm: Conference/meeting 
  • Lunch on your own
  • 2:00pm: Depart for guided sightseeing tour of city to visit City Palace & Museum. The City Palace in the heart of the old city is a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture.  The center of the palace is a seven storied building called Chandra Palace, with fine views over the gardens and the city. Next stop is the Solar Observatory – an astronomical treasure house, with solar devices that still give accurate predictions. Hawa Mahal or Palace of the Winds, a five-storied structure of pink sandstone with semi-octagonal and delicately honeycombed windows overlooking the main street of the old city. It was built in 1799 so that veiled royal woman could peer down unseen by the world through its 593 stone screens. You may stroll around or enjoy rickshaw ride through the local market nearby Hawa Mahal.
  • Dinner at the hotel.
  • Accommodation: Sawai Man Mahal – Palace Room
  • Meals: Breakfast  & Dinner.

Day 9 – March 2 Jaipur

  • Early breakfast at hotel.
  • 8:30am: Pick up from and depart to visit Amber Fort (the former capital of the Royal Rajputs). Ascend the fort on Elephant back or jeep ride. Few fail to be moved by the dramatic Rajput grandeur of this hilltop fortress-palace 11-km north of Jaipur. Set on the dry wrinkled Aravali Hills, and surrounded by fortified battlements, the palace straddles two sepia-hued tundra hills overlooking Maota Lake, and its sprawling crenelated walls lattice the surrounding hills. 
    • Continue to visit Panna Meena Ka Kund, a square-shaped stepwell, with adjoining stairs on all four sides and a room on the northern wall. It’s believed this room was used for religious ceremonies before weddings or on popular festival dates. Jal Mahal – is a palace in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. The palace was originally constructed in 1699; the building and the lake around it were later renovated and enlarged in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber.
  • Rest of the day free to relax/shopping.
    • You will get an opportunity to visit one of the Art & Craft factories and see a demonstration of gem cutting & polishing. Jaipur is noted for its craft men skilled in the art of cutting precious stones and famed for its garnets and rubies.  It is equally well known for brass inlay work, lacquer work and the printing of muslins.
  • Dinner at the hotel.
  • Accommodation: Sawai Man Mahal – Palace Room
  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner.

Day 10 – March 3 JaipurAgra

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Later check out and depart by road to Agra and upon arrival, check in at the hotel.
  • Agra, located on the banks of the river Yamuna, Agra is famous around the world as the ‘City of the Taj’
  • Lunch at hotel/local restaurant.
  • Evening, depart to visit the world-famous Taj Mahal during Sunset.
    • The world-famous Taj Mahal (closed on Fridays) during Sunset – symbol of eternal love, which stands on the banks of River Yamuna. It was built by the 5th Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan in the year 1631 in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It was completed in 22 years. The Taj Mahal is widely recognized as “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage”. It is regarded by many as the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements from Persian and Indian architectural styles. In 1983, the Taj Mahal became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
    • That said, the Taj is at its most alluring in the relative quiet of early morning, shrouded in mists and bathed with a soft red glow. As its vast marble surfaces fall into shadow or reflect the sun, its colour changes, from soft grey and yellow to pearly cream and dazzling white; it’s well worth visiting at different times. This play of light is an important decorative device, symbolically implying the presence of Allah, who is never represented in anthropomorphic form.
    • The moods of the Taj vary from dawn to dusk. The Taj Mahal or the Crown of Palaces looks milky white in the soft light that characterizes early morning, while the afternoon sun makes it glisten bright and dazzling in the overhead sunlight, almost looking like a jewel against the opaque blue of the skyline and then comes a moonlit Taj breaking into the night sky, majestic and simply beautiful in a sense that cannot be put into words. It is at this time that it shines like a pearl. (A visit to the Taj Mahal at dawn or dusk is an unforgettable experience)
  • Dinner at Hotel.
    • Within walking distance of an iconic landmark, Taj Hotel & Convention Centre, Agra is an expression of grandeur. Opulent and elegant best describe this luxury property, that offers alluring views of the Taj Mahal, a fabled monument and an icon of love. Verdant 4.5 acres of landscaped gardens and unique architecture that blends regal charm with contemporary style and state-of-the-art facilities, make this, one of the best hotels in Agra.
  • Accommodation: Taj Hotel & Convention Centre – Superior Room
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Day 11 – March 4 Agra

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • This morning depart for guided tour to visit Agra Fort – Agra is not only famous for the Taj Mahal but the impressive Mughal Red Fort known as the Agra Fort. The city built by Emperor Akbar and beautified with palaces and gardens by Jahangir is dominated by Agra Fort. The crescent-shaped fort is enclosed by its 20-metre high, 2.4 km long outer walls. The fort contains a maze of buildings forming a small city within a city. One enters the fort through the Amar Singh Gate, into the southern part of the fort which includes nearly all the buildings of tourist interest. Jahangir’s palace commissioned by Akbar was the largest private residence in the fort. The Diwan-i-Aam (hall of public audience) and Diwan-i-Khas (hall of private audience) were built by Shahjahan for receiving audiences. Musamman Burj, an octagonal tower, stands close to Diwan-i-Khas.
    • Itmad-ud-Daula Tomb (also known as BABY TAJ) – The interiors of which are considered better than the Taj. One of the most beautiful Mughal tombs, Itmad-Ud-Daulah’s Tomb was built by Nur Jahan, the Empress of Jahangir for her father in 1628. The tomb is a resting place of the powerful personality in Mughal Court, Itmad-Ud-Daulah, whose life is  very interesting, formerly a very poor Persian merchant then named Mirza Ghiyas or Ghiyas Beg he became a minister and a trusted treasure in Akbar’s court. After Akbar’s death in 1605, his son Jahangir rose into power. Jahangir made Ghiyas Beg his chief minister and honored him with the title of Itmad-Ud-Daulah, the Pillar of State. Later, Jahangir met a beautiful daughter of Ghiyas Beg named Mehr-Un-Nissa and married her. Mehr-Un-Nissa soon played a significant role in the Jahangir’s court and was called Nur Mahal, the light of the Palace. Owing to her influence, her father and brother were granted with privileges in the court. When Ghiyas beg (Itmad-Un-Daulah) dies in 1622, Nur Mahal decided to build a mausoleum for him. Queen Mumtaz Mahal or the lady of the Taj was also from this prevailing family. The mausoleum is entirely made of white marble and graced with intricate decoration of inlay work, and marble-screen work belonging to the Islamic style. With its tranquil, small garden on the bank of Yamuna River, the tomb stands impressively elegant from a distance. 
  • Rest of the day free to relax/shopping.
    • You will also get the opportunity to visit one of the marble cutting factories to witness marble carving/cutting demonstration. Agra is also famous for marble object with precious and semi-precious stone incrusted.
  • Evening, enjoy the spectacular dance show with the great love story of Mumtaj & Shahhan – Mohabbat The Taj Show (reservation upon availability* & operational status*)
  • Dinner at Hotel.
  • Accommodation: Taj Hotel & Convention Centre – Superior Room
  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 12 – March 5 Agra – Delhi – Kathmandu

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Check out, meet your driver and depart by to Delhi and continue to Dehi airport to board flight for Kathmandu:
  • Lunch today will be at one of the Airport hotels before our flight to Kathmandu.
  • Arrive Kathmandu, proceed towards exit gate, meet and greet by our local representative, traditional welcome and assisted transfer to hotel.
  • Upon arrival at the hotel, there shall be “Panchkanya Welcome”. In Nepalese culture and traditional, the word “Panchkanya” signifies five virgin girls whose presence is considered auspicious while welcoming distinguished personalities, valued guests and dignitaries. 
  • Check-in to the hotel.
  • Rest of the day free to relax/independent activities.  
  • Dinner at Hotel.
    • Born out of Mr. Dwarika Das Shrestha’s quest to preserve the Kathmandu Valley’s heritage, Dwarika’s Hotel is a sanctuary for the architectural grandeur of the Newari civilization. The intricately carved wooden treasures, with each artifact being an original, are the soul of the Dwarika’s. Titled as an oasis in the middle of a bustling city, the peaceful courtyards display the grand architectural wooden masterpieces while being overlooked by the meticulously decorated spacious rooms, offering a sumptuous lifestyle deep-rooted in Nepalese culture. The Dwarika’s is many things- a labor of love, a realization of architectural heritage conservation, a place where you are treated like royalty and never just a hotel.
  • Accommodation: Dwarikas – Heritage Deluxe Room
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13 – March 6 Kathmandu

  • Early morning : Optional Mt.Everest flight – Early morning, enjoy Mountain Flight (subject to weather condition) for an hour by fixed wing aircraft, the flight shall give you an ariel view of Mt. Everest and other Himalayan Peaks. The Himalaya is the youngest yet highest mountain range in the world and forms a natural border for Nepal in the northern front. 
    • Mountain flights take place early in the morning. The flight heads north east upon take off and soon after the emerald green or golden paddy fields below, depending on the time of the year, start giving way to green sub alpine forests. 
    • Less than ten minutes after being airborne, one gets the first glimpse of the snowy white peaks on the far left while below the hill slopes acquire a rocky rugged and barren look, like empty landscapes from another world. Within the next few minutes, one is already flying above the snowy outlines of the greater Himalaya at an altitude of 25000 feet above the ground.
  • Return to the hotel for breakfast.
  • Later depart to visit Patan Durbar Square, Swayambunath Stupa, Kathmandu City Durbar Square, enjoy rickshaw ride in Thammel.
    • Patan Durbar Square: Patan Durbar Square is an enchanting mélange of Palace buildings, artistic courtyards and graceful pagoda temples. Listed as a World Heritage Site, the former Royal Palace complex is the center of Patan’s religious and social life, and houses a museum containing an array of bronze statues and religious monuments. One remarkable monument here is 17th century temple dedicated to the Hindu god Krishna, built entirely of stone.
  • Later proceed to Hotel Himalaya / Boutique Heritage Home / Patan Museum café for Lunch. 
  • Post lunch, visit Swoyambhunath – The four seeing eyes of Swoyambhunath Stupa watch over the valley from the top of 77-m high hillock on western side. This most glorious Stupa in the world, is one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Nepal and its establishment is linked to the creation of Kathmandu valley out of a primordial lake. The surroundings of the Swoyambhunath are covered with small Chaityas & monasteries as well as some Hindu temples. The National Museum and the Museum of Natural History are situated at the foot of the hill.
    • Kathmandu Durbar Square: This complex of palaces, courtyards and temples, built between 12th and 18th Centuries, used to be the seat of ancient Malla Kings of Kathmandu. It is the place where kings of Nepal are crowned and their coronations solemnized. An intriguing piece here is the 17th century stone inscription set into the wall of the palace with writings in 15 languages. Kumari Temple: Kumari temple is the residence of the Living Goddess. Kumari, known as Virgin Goddess has got some specialties, she must be chosen from a typical Newari cast with no body marks & injuries & will be replaced by another Kumari after puberty. Kasthamandap: Kasthamandap is believed to be constructed from the wood of a single tree in the sixteenth century situated near to the Kumari Temple. The name Kathmandu was named after this temple.
  • In the evening, enjoy a special Nepalese dinner with Nepalese dance at “ Krishnarpan” at Dwarikas Hotel  
    • Hotel Dwarika – The Krishnarpan is the signature restaurant of the Dwarika’s Hotel, offering a slow-dining Nepalese gastronomic experience. Krishnarpan treats your senses to a culinary splurge as it pays homage to Nepal’s vibrant ethnicity and its traditional food. Every menu is carefully designed and based on Dwarika’s organic farms. You can choose from menus ranging from six to twenty-two courses that take you on a fascinating voyage through Nepalese cuisines, communities, and regions.
  • Accommodation: Dwarikas – Heritage Deluxe Room
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 14 – March 7 Kathmandu

  • After breakfast at the hotel, sightseeing tour of Kathmandu covering:
    • Bhaktapur City: Bhaktapur Durbar Square is a conglomeration of pagoda and shikhara-style temples grouped around a fifty-five window palace of brick and wood. The square is one of the most charming architectural showpieces of the Valley as it highlights the ancient arts of Nepal. The golden effigies of kings perched on the top of stone monoliths, the guardian deities looking out from their sanctuaries, the wood carvings in every place-struts, lintels, uprights, tympanums, gateways and windows-all seem to form a well-orchestrated symphony. 
    • The main items of interest in Durbar Square are:  The Lion Gate, The Golden Gate, The Palace of Fifty-five Windows, The Art Gallery and The Statue of King Bhupatindra Malla.
  • Later, drive to Chandragiri Hills. Upon arrival at the base, board your cable cars to reach the top station. 
  • Proceed for an exclusive lunch overlooking the Kathmandu Valley.
  • Unveil the Majestic Hilltop with Breathtaking Cable Car Views:
    • As you embark on your journey to the hilltop, the Chandragiri Hills cable car gently carries you above the verdant pine forests, opening awe-inspiring panoramic views of the valley below, the lush hills surrounding it, and the majestic Himalayan range. The picturesque ride sets the tone for a truly unforgettable experience that awaits you.
  • 3 to 6 PM Meeting and Seminar.
  • Farewell dinner at The Terraces Resort. 
  • Accommodation: Dwarikas – Heritage Deluxe Room
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 15 – March 7 Kathmandu – Departure

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • In time (Hotel check out time 12:00pm noon), check out and you will be transferred to airport to board flight for onward destination.
  • Flight TBA. Fly from Nepal!
  • Meals: Breakfast

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