Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 http://thecracksoftwares.com/movavi-video-editor-12-activation-key-crack/
  2. 2 Visa for India
  3. 3 Planning First Family Trip to Japan - Advice Needed!
  4. 4 Need help with Sri Lanka itinerary and hotels
  5. 5 Namaste India - Shopping/Money
  6. 6 Other than Kyoto?
  7. 7 Japan itinerary advice
  8. 8 Need ideas for 9 nights end of Feb. in Malaysia or Indonesia
  9. 9 Quickie Kathmandu visit worthwhile?
  10. 10 First time in Japan - itinerary feedback
  11. 11 Trip Report Trip Report : China
  12. 12 help with trip itinerary in April/May
  13. 13 Help with itinerary for 11 days
  14. 14 Japan GTG, early April
  15. 15 Upcoming friendly planet trip best of India and nepql
  16. 16 Staying in Chaoyang, XiCheng or Dongsheng - Beijing
  17. 17 Trip Report Googling to going...to Gujarat!
  18. 18 Honest opinion needed about Thailand
  19. 19 Goodbye, Carol Simpson
  20. 20 Confusion with LTE data with a Verizon iPhone 6 Plus
  21. 21 Hotels near Takefu Train Station
  22. 22 Vietnam for 14 days help to find travel company
  23. 23 Japan: 34 days becomes 12 (or 17)
  24. 24 Narita Airport to Shinjuku
  25. 25 Beijing tours
View next 25 » Back to the top

India first timer. Do I have time for Nepal as well?

Jump to last reply

Spending about 2 wks in India during late Nov/early Dec. I'm thinking about adding in Nepal for a few days and heading to the Kathmandu valley but not sure if it will just be way too rushed. I like a good paced trip and often prefer trips at that move from place to place every few days. Here's what I'm thinking so far but would love any recommendations.

Day 1- Delhi
Day 2-3 Jaipur
Day 4-5 Jodhpur
Day 6-7 Agra
Day 8-9 Varanasi
Day 10-13 Nepal
Day 14-15 Delhi

I realize this is going to involve some night trains as well as a few 5 hr train rides. We'd like to add in the Kathmandu Valley as we love having a change of pace on our trips. That said, is the trip still too rushed? What would you recommend cutting or adding?

For background, my bf and I are a couple in our early 30s. We're not looking for any desert camel treks as we did this in Morocco a few years back and while we loved it, once was enough. Love just walking through historic areas, markets, and finding great food.

11 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement