Golden Triangle and Nepal2019-10-16T07:16:28+00:00

World wonders, religious temples and rich culture. This India – Nepal tour is going to amaze you with a treat for your eyes and soul

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From the heritage buildings, culture rich experience in India to the land of magnificent mountains, the royal city of Kathmandu. India- Nepal is a soul filling trip. Lush forests, peaks, monuments and scenic beauty. What more do we need for a refreshing vacation?

Daily program

That would indeed be a long journey. We will drive you to a cozy hotel before we set out for the great Indian journey.

Buildings that stand tall, speaking the history of India, huge mosques and bazzares everywhere – the capital city of India has a lot to offer.

If the dinner from the flight wasn’t sufficient, the streets of Delhi are always awake to try some local delicacies


The first morning in Delhi – we’ll be visiting the mosques, the courtyard of which serves as home 25000 people.
We’ll be going around the city in a rickshaw. You cannot afford to miss the famous rickshaw ride of India.
The enormous power of the Mughals, explains the red fort.

Grab some lunch. Long way to go
We also visit the Raj Ghat – who doesn’t know about Mahatma Gandhi and the India gate memorial built in the memory of undivided Indian soldiers. The right spot to start off an Indian tour, ain’t it?
We shall end the day with a visit to the Humayun’s tomb which is explains the depth of Mughal architecture.

Breakfast and dinner for today is upon us for we have picked the best of all for you.

Upon arrival in Jaipur we travel directly to the hotel. 

Under Sawai Ram Singh ‘s rule, the city was painted pink to wish the prince of Wales, later Edward VII welcome in 1876. Big parts of Jaipur are still pink and the city is therefore known as the pink city. Get ready to explore them the next day.
Accommodation is arranged at Shahpura House .

Yummy breakfast and dinner is arranged by us.

You can wake up at 6:00 AM to try out some yoga.

After a good breakfast we’ll head towards the Hawa palace – get ready to get amazed by the wind circulating architecture after which we’ll move towards the Amber Fort. Elephant ride is a great memory you’ll carry back

How can you return from India without learning to drape a saree and turban? Exciting, ain’t it?

Later we shall visit the city palace, Jantar Mantar and go street shopping.

It’s a four-hour drive, but it is going to be worth it.

Ranthambore is located at the edge of a plateau with the banks of Banas in the north and Chambal in the south. Ranthambore pride is the tiger population that unfolds in its natural element.

Have fun spotting leopards, bears, civets and more.

We shall also, pay a visit to the Ranthambore school of Arts.

Guess where we are staying today – a tree house. Exciting ain’t it?

Take a dip in the pool and prepare for the safari after some heavy breakfast.

Have fun spotting leopards, bears, civets and more.

Lunch and dinner is taken care of.

On the way we visit the beautiful and deserted medieval town of Fatehpur Sikri.

Let get to the hotel and freshen up.

We will be taking a drive to Agra. Now you have to listen your playlist, why not kindle some love – after all we are on the way to the monument of love.

We have a half a day to know, look around and admire Taj Mahal which reminds you that there’s no death for pure love.

Not just the Taj Mahal. Lets take some time to explore the place better and take the road back later that day.

We will be getting back to Delhi for accommodation and dine there.

Lets hog some breakfast because we’ll have to catch the flight.

India was a rich source of knowledge and culture. Now lets get set to explore Kathmandu.

The glorious city, the land of moutains is the warehouse of positivity.

The stay is planned.

Why not try some yoga – infact this land indicates peace.

Post breakfast we shall explore this land of beauty.Start with Kathmandu Durbar square –  eye-catching complex with courtyards, temples, pagodas and palaces in the middle of the city.

We also visit Swayambhunath a religious heritage on the top of a hill.

We end this busy day at Patan Durbar Square .

Did you know, all the places we visited today are on UNESCO’s heritages sites.

Grab some quick breakfast for it’s a 6 hour long drive. (If road conditions are not allowing, a domestic flight to/from Pokhara needs to be take. Additional charges apply)

Pokhara Located in the Pokhara Valley, known as the most spectacular landscape in Nepal. We have 140 km with panoramic views of the Himalayas. Mountain

peaks up to 8000 m rise behind the river and the lakes in the valley and create a sense of peace and magic. The site is popular for rafting, kayaking and trekking expeditions.

But wait, on arrival we travel to the hotel for dinner and accommodation.

Wake up! You have a chance go up to the viewpoint of the Anapurna mountains and see the sunrise!

Today’s excursion starts with a trip to Phewa Lake – sail or calm th water and visit the island’s temple.

From Pokhara Valley we have an impressive view of the Himalayas from Dhaulagiri to Manaslu, Annapurna chain and Machhapuchhre or Fish Tail Range.

Later we shall visit the monument of Pokhara –  Barahi Temple, the yoke of which is in the middle of phewa lake.

That would be a long day. Get back to the hotel to get some rest.

We shall take the road(alternative:Flight) back to Kathmandu. Who wouldn’t want to take another drive to admire the scenic beauty?

We shall drive back directly to the hotel.

You can step out for some shopping or watch the life at Kathmandu.

But don’t stay up too late, remember, we are getting back tomorrow.

Pack up now. Vacations always come to an end. Let’s take the flight to Norway.

You got time to decide which picture to post, while you land in your hometown.



Xandari Riverscapes

Xandari riverscapes fleet of 10 traditional houseboats, called “kettuvallams” , are designed to complement the tranquil passage on the picturesque backwaters. They are built with wood harvested from local jackfruit tree plantations, hand-stitched by local craftsmen with coconut fiber rope (coir) and strengthened with fish oil—a tradition pre-dating industrial engineering techniques but proving stronger than modern alternatives. We are committed to keeping this knowledge and traditions alive, with your support.
Each houseboat is furnished comfortably and attractively while hewing close to tradition. The boats have one, two or three air-conditioned bedrooms. All have an open-air living area and a fully- equipped kitchen. From the viewing deck, or through your bedroom’s picture window, and on a canoe through the backwater heartland, you will see simplicity in action, and the result is immediate: slown down, de-stress, rejuvenate.

Meals are an essential part of the Xandari Riverscapes experience. With your backwater excursion beginning at noon, sit down to a delectable lunch of classic Kerala cuisine cooked on board. Dinner comes calling under starlit skies on clear nights, at the spot where your boat rests to watch the day close out. Rise to the sight of sun rays dancing into your bedrooms, and watch the day unfold as the boat sails past a day in the life of the backwater country.

Price Information

The price includes

  • International Airfare
  • Guide
  • Meals
  • Visa
  • Entrance Fees
  • Entrance Fees
  • Transport
  • Domestic Airfare
  • Travel Insurance

The price does not include

  • Any additional events
  • Addition for the single room
  • beverages
  • Driver's guide, driver and assistant (calculate about USD 20)
  • Personal necessities
  • Everything not mentioned under "The price includes"
    * We recommend that you apply for an e-Visa to India. It is by far the easiest and cheapest, since it only costs 80 USD per person. Alternatively, Scandinavian-Global-Tours can help Norwegian citizens to apply for a visa for a fee of NOK. 1098, - per person.