Taj Mahal And Mt. Everest Tour

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Taj Mahal And Mt. Everest Tour


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The Best of Nepal and India in a short time - Taj Mahal and Everest tour 

This eight days India and Nepal tour offers an excellent chance to experience two of the natural and historical wonders of the world the Taj Mahal and Mount Everest – Top of the world, in a short period and it suits any age group.


  • Visit Delhi, the capital of colorful India as well as the “pink city” Jaipur 
  • Visit Agra city, where amazing landmark Taj Mahal (symbol of love) will leave you with the most impressive memory in your life.
  • The forts and palaces are the major attractions in India.


  • Old king palaces.
  • Historical Monuments.
  • Temples.
  • Buddhist stupa.
  • Monasteries.
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Nagarkot – the view point for sunrise and sunset / Mountains 
  • “Everest Experience Mountain Flight" over top of the world 

The main feature in the Nepal Tour is “Everest Experience Mountain Flight”, which offers one-hour flight from Kathmandu Airport for a very close view of The Himalayan panorama from approximately 16,000 feet. The flight maintains few kilometers distance from the mountains of Nepal and covers about 300 kilometers from Langtang in the central part and Everest to the east. You will also see the Taj Mahal in this India Nepal tour.

Cost Includes/ Excludes


  • 7 night’s accommodations on Twin / Double room basis, (in standard rooms at all hotels)
  • On arrival, meeting and assistance by our office representative.
  • Daily buffet breakfast.
  • Transportation/Transfers by air-conditioned vehicle as per itinerary.
  • Sunrise or Sunset visit to Taj Mahal.
  • One night Nepali cultural show.
  • Everest Experience mountain flight worth USD 217
  • Both way flight to Delhi – Kathmandu – Delhi worth USD 270
  • Sightseeing as per package details.
  • Monuments entrances fees (one time fees) worth about USD 57
  • Service of English speaking local guides, during the sightseeing tour.
  • Driver allowances.
  • Petrol/Gas cost.
  • Toll Tax and Parking
  • Vehicle Insurance.
  • All applicable taxes as per the present structure.


  • Camera fees.
  • Special guide charges and tips etc.
  • Personal expenditures like laundry, telephone etc.
  • International flight ticket and Insurnace 
  • India and Nepal visa Fee
  • Meals



•Meeting and assistance on arrival at the International airport. •Escort and transfer to the hotel. •Documents and brief about the tour program. •Overnight in Delhi.


Today we will be doing sightseeing in Delhi and drive to Jaipur. Our visit will cover following places: 1.Red Fort built by Emperor Shah Jahan. 2. Jama Masjid - the biggest mosque in the India. 3. Raj Ghat - the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi. 4. Walk along Chandni Chowk, the silver street of Delhi bustling with activities. 5. India Gate - an arch of commemorative victory. 6. Presidential residence -RashtrapatiBhavan. 7. The Parliament -SansadBhavan. 8. Government buildings of the secretary. 9. Connaught place - commercial and managerial center. 10. Overnight in Jaipur

JAIPUR – AGRA, India - Taj Mahal

Today we will be doing sightseeing in Jaipur and drive to Agra. Our visit will cover following places: 1. The Jantar Mantar or astronomical observatory. 2. The Palace of the city was the previous real residence and now a museum that contains strange manuscripts, fine specimens of Rajput, paintings of Mughal and their weapons. 3. The impressive Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds. •Drive to Agra -VISIT 1. Fatehpur Sikri is an enroute built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 and was abandoned after 15 years due to scarcity of water. •Overnight in Agra.


Today we will be doing sightseeing in Agra and drive to Delhi. Our visit will cover following places: •Visit the world famous Taj Mahal built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1630 for his Queen Mumtaz Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains. •Drive back to Delhi. •Check in - Overnight in Delhi.


Departure transfer to IGI Airport for Flight to Kathmandu, Nepal

Early morning fly to see Mt. Everest

Early morning ( 5.30 AM) we drive to airport to fly close to Mt. Everest ( fixed wing air craft) , see close up mountain views and back to hotel for breakfast. Go for UNESCO heritage site visit of Kathmandu old place and temples and we drive to Nagarkot for about 1.5 hrs and stay overnight. Nagarkot is a beautiful hill station 32 Kilometers east of Kathmandu and famous for sunrise and Mountain View. We can enjoy the breathtaking view of Langtang range in the Himalaya and other magnificent mountains including Sisa Pangma, Dorje Lakpa, Gaurishankar and also a tiny glimpse of Mt. Everest on a very clear day. Sunrise from here is as fascinating as it can be. The cool weather there makes us wish for more days at this beautiful hill station.


• Breakfast in Nagarkot with sunrise and mountain views. • Drive back via Changu Narayan and Bhaktapur village. • Join our team in the evening, for a farewell dinner and a cultural show.


Today is our last day of the trip so we will transfer you to airport for the final departure.

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Sharon N

Sharon N

We just did a 7-day trek in the Himalayas with this company - it was the trip of a lifetime - amazing, incredible scenery - the guides were fantastic, anticipating every need/want and helping out if anyone got sick in any way. They went above and beyond to make sure everyone enjoyed themselves and fed us like kings! We have made the best memories and will definitely look this company up again to do another trek in the future. They also give part of the profits back to the poor Nepalese people and have built over 100 schools/hospitals etc. Fantastic effort. Thank you so much for such a chance to experience your wonderful country.

G Gonzales, San Diego, US.

G Gonzales, San Diego, US.

What an Adventure Great to read the posts here about Earthbound Expeditions. We hope to join you when you return back to Nepal... :) My family and I took the Everest-Taj Mahal Tour with Earthbound Expeditions - December 2008.. In Nepal, what we enjoyed most were: the mountain flight over Everest / Himalayas and our visit to mountain towns of Nagarkot and Dhulikhel, not to mention the Nepalis themselves. From Nagarkot, we had about a 15 km hike to Banepa and from there rode public buses to the mountain resort of Dhulikhel. The hike was memorable because we had the opportunity to interact with the villagers and children. We saw scenic views: waterfalls, rice terraces, farms, hills, and mountains - so different from the chaos of Thamel/Kathmandu. By riding the public buses, we were able to be up close and personal with the local people. We had tea with a family while waiting for the rain to stop and for the bus. In Dhulikhel, we had a good view of the Himalayas right from our breakfast table while being served freshly cooked omelettes. We hope to return to Nepal and go to Pokhara and Annapurnas. Again, with Earthbound Expeditions who gave us a very professional and personalized service. Rajan (president) did a good job of planning and coordinating our trip. He customized a tour for the three of us. He responded promptly to my every email or inquiry. Throughout our stay, he monitored or coordinated our daily activities. Rajan also deployed the best staff to take care of us: G.P., our skilled, careful, and caring driver; Salik, our tour guide for the Kathmandu sites, who gave an in-depth and insightful lecture on the temples and on Hinduism/Buddhism; and Shree, our guide in Nagarkot and Dhulikhel, who was resourceful, reliable, and went beyond the call of duty. He even found the best-tasting radish and soy beans for us to eat while we hiked. Thank you, guys! You are great and we miss you. I think the best asset of Nepal is its people. As a people, the Nepalis are gentle, warm, and friendly. In India, we did the Golden Triangle of Jaipur, Agra, and Delhi. The Taj Mahal lived up to our expectations – despite the day starting out foggy which can affect your view of the Taj. We were very comfortable in the Holiday Inn in Agra and Jaipur. They offered complimentary bottled water in the rooms – nice touch. Clark International Hotel in Delhi was interesting because it was located right in the middle of the action, close to everything. We had a good driver in Jaspal and a competent tour guide in Gaurav. By the way, there were power outages in Nepal when we were there. So, while the hotels could run on back-up power generators, it was not enough power to run the heaters, if any. So, be ready to layer and bundle up if you come during the winter. In Dhulikhel, we were given hot water bottles to keep warm in bed – that worked! All part of the cultural experience. Tip to travelers – never expect your destination to be like home. If you do, then better stay home. Open mind, open heart! B,C, & G Gonzales, San Diego, US.

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