JUST BOOKED – 15 day India and Nepal tour

Taj Mahal (Wikepedia image)

Taj Mahal (Wikepedia image)

I am so excited!  India has been on my wish list for a long time.  I am hoping to get “THE shot” of the Taj Mahal.  You know, the one you see on all the travel brochures.

This particular tour includes an extension to Nepal for a few days.

We will be flying to New Delhi in early March, several days before our Gate 1 tour begins so that we can experience the Holi Festival (also known as the Festival of Colors or Spring Festival).  This colorful event sounds like a combination of Mardi Gras, Carnival and a good old-fashioned water fight with a rainbow of colors mixed in.  To see a short clip of what we are getting ourselves into click here.

Holi Festival -photo credit newhdwallpapers.in

Holi Festival -photo credit newhdwallpapers.in

The tour itself will do the triangle – New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra which allows us to visit several UNESCO World Heritage sites, the famed Pink City, take an elephant ride to the Amber Fort, visit the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort.

From there we will take a train to Jhansi, then bus to Khajuraho with sightseeing stops along the way.  Flying on to Varanasi where our Ganges River events take place.  We will take a boat ride at dawn on the Ganges River and have signed up for an optional evening Sacred Prayer Ceremony also on the river.

Another flight will take us on to Kathmandu, Nepal for three days where the highlight will include a visit to Durbar Square, another UNESCO World Heritage Site.

We plan on staying on in Europe when the tour ends.  Now we just have to decide where we want to go from there…

About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our latest adventure. We hope you will join us!
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4 Responses to JUST BOOKED – 15 day India and Nepal tour

  1. Sam says:

    wow, so excited for you guys!


  2. jocupialjones says:

    Wow this sounds amazing! Are you really only staying in Nepal for three days though? It’s an incredible place!


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