Ride to Nepal

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1 1 1 1,97,892
2 1 1 2,08,932
2 2 1 2,68,548

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1202 kms
Sep to Jun
12.0 - 45.0 C

Local legends say that a Hindu sage named ‘Ne’ established himself in the valley of Kathmandu in prehistoric times and that the word “Nepal” came into existence as the place was protected by the sage. Till date Nepal is a country seeped in mysticism and age old traditions things that get enhanced by the magic of the mountains. The Ride to Nepal takes us from the plains of UP to the foothills of the great Himalayas. There lie the National Parks of Bardia and Chitwan. One is the largest national park of Nepal and the other a World Heritage Site. If you’re looking for tour that takes you on a journey of exploring the wild side of life then this is it for you.

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Tour Itinerary

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We get an early start on our first day to try and get as close to the Nepal border as possible. We are riding through the state of Uttar Pradesh, one of the most populous states of the country. The ride today will be on a road interspersed with cultivated fields and villages ranging from tiny 10 house villages to large town. Heading from Gurgaon and passing cities like Moradabad also called ‘Pital Nagri’ (Brass City) and Bareilly famous for its kebabs towards our stop for the day at Pilibhit.

From the foothills of the Shivalik Range on the border of Nepal we cross into Nepal, a country with 8 of the world’s 10 tallest mountains including Mount Everest.¬† The air gets cleaner and cooler as we are now in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas. Our ride today is along the southern lowland plains bordering India which is majorly forested. 6 hrs from Pilibhit and we reach Bardia National Park. This is the largest national park of Nepal covering an area of 374 square miles.

After a lovely morning surrounded by the forests of Bardia we head out to towards the famous Chitwan National Park. Chitwan National Park has been granted the status of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Its houses more than 68 species of mammals with the Royal Bengal Tiger and the Greater One Horned Rhinoceroses among them to name a few. After a long day of riding we check into a luxury lodge and enjoy the hospitality of the Taj group of Hotels

Today we can enjoy a late breakfast and just relax at the luxurious Meghauli Serai, a Tajsafari Lodge. We have the option of going for a Walking Safari or an Elephant Safari or both to try our luck at some wildlife sighting. In case you want some more action there is an option of canoeing as well. After the safaris we can enjoy a relaxed dinner with a spectacular view of the stars.

Today we go an early morning Jeep safari. A time when the jungle is waking up and we are there to experience it. After an exhilarating safari we have a hearty meal and can laze about and enjoy the property. There are about  544 different species of birds and a walk around is a great opportunity for some bird watching and photograpy.

Kathmandu the capital city of Nepal is a lovely 5 hour drive from the Chitwan National Park. You will be taken by the Hotel cars after breakfast to this bustling capital city. The city was the royal capital of the Kingdom of Nepal and hosts palaces, mansions and gardens of the Napalese aristocracy. It has a busy night life with many Casinos to choose from. We spend evening exploring the city and enjoying the many sights and sounds of Kathmandu.

Airport transfers from your hotel will drop you off at the Kathmandu Airport to take your flight back home from a journey we know you will surely cherish.

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