24 Days Beijing to Delhi TourBack
Trip Facts Program Code: PTT-MULTI Duration: 24 days Program Type: Private Maximum Altitude: 3680m Minimum Pax: 2 Mode of Travel: Flight/Drive Start Trip: Beijing End Trip: Delhi Program Grading: Moderate - Tour Driving Hour: 0 hours Driving Distance: 0 KM Trek Distance: 0 KM Flying Hour: 0 hours

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This tour is designed for those who love to visit historical & cultural places of different countries . One can see most popular sites of each country in low and high altitude land.

Beijing, the capital city of the People's Republic of China (PRC) functions as the country's political center, cultural center and international communication center. Beijing was the capital cities of six Chinese ancient dynasties. The city owns a long history of more than 3000 years, regarded as one of the greatest ancient capitals of the world.


With years of rapid development, Beijing is now an international metropolis with a booming economy. Tourists could easily find grand shopping centers, hustle business centers, finance streets, and bar streets in Beijing nowadays. After holding 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the Olympic Park has become a new landmark of Beijing.
Beijing houses a great many attractions, among them, the Great Wall, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, Ming Tombs, the Forbidden City and the Tian’anmen Square are definitely where you must see. The first five sites are all world heritage sites.


As an ancient capital city, Beijing owns a long history and profound culture. Old tradition of Beijing has unique charm in the modern times. You can experience the traditional Beijing in the Yonghelong Lama Temple, Drum Tower & Bell Tower, Nanluoguxiang, Beihai Park and Jingshan Park

In Beijing, some modern buildings are of great architectural value and aesthetics value, including the Bird Nest & Water Cube, 798 Art District, National Grand Theatre and Sanlitun Village.As the capital city of China, all kinds of Chinese food could be found in Beijing, among all the categories of food, tourists could never miss roast duck, dumplings, and all kinds of Beijing snacks including Lvdagun, Wandouhuang, and noodles with soybean paste.


For tourists who are into traditional Chinese art, Peking opera, Laoshe Tea House, Kung fu show, and acrobatic are worth to go in Beijing. Besides, there are lots of stylish bars and café at Sanlitun Bar Street, providing a different experience to you. As a modern capital city with a long history and profound culture, Beijing always gives tourists much more than expected. There is so much to see, to do and to experience this charming city. Beijing reveals a world of colorful life and entertainment, and all these are waiting for your visit.


Tibet- Tibet autonomous region, the mystic Shangri-la, roof of the world, has captured man's imagination for centuries. Great explorers and adventures of the country have ventured into this holy land rendered inaccessible by the hostile natural conditions and bandits that waylaid them across through the Himalayas. Tibet's past grandeur, majesty, magic and mystery still remain undiminished. One can still see today nomads herding their yaks, pilgrims worshipping at sacred shrines, as well as the expansive, striking and enduring Himalayan topography.


Nepal is Famous by its geographical Biodiversity. Every year many tourists come to visit and gain new thing where they obviously enjoy a lot while having tour. From several countries many people come and being attracted by several things. Many things which are more precious to visit and have enjoyment available as well.   The presence of its natural beauties and the presence of its hospitality people and the hills and the mountains and the presence of different culture.costume, tradition and art and the Nepalese people are very friendly and hospitality. Nepal the country of high Himalayas is filled with the emerald hills painted with colorful flowers, pristine forests, and world deep George's, high mountains, Rivers, valleys, villages and its delightful peoples. Nepal the birth place of Lord Buddha is really a place blessed by the divine power. Nepal has its origin and history dated back to centuries with its own legends and history. Nepal is a landlocked country bordered by the India in East, West and South direction and by Autonomous region of the People's democratic of China in North direction.
Lord Buddha’s Birth Place
Lord Buddha was born in Nepal especially the name of very place is Lumbini. Lumbini was where the Buddha lived until the age of 29. Lumbini has a number of temples, including the Mayadevi temple and others under construction. Also located here is the Puskarini or Holy Pond where the Buddha's mother took the ritual dip prior to his birth and where he, too, had his first bath, as well as the remains of Kapilvastu palace. At other sites near Lumbini, earlier Buddhas were, according to tradition, born, achieved ultimate awakening and finally relinquished earthly form.
World’s Tallest Mountain-Mount Everest
Nepal is famous for the eight of the world's ten tallest mountains which includes MOUNT EVEREST. Every year many climbers climb the Mount Everest. To climb the peak is the pride of one’s. The height of this mountain is 8848m from the sea level. The highest mountain on the planet, Mount Everest is growing two inches taller each year. Satellite technology says the mountain is currently 29,107 feet tall. First recognized as the highest peek in 1852, it got its western name ten years later in 1862. Mount Everest was named for Sir George Everest (1790-1866), a British surveyor. Mount Everest sits on the border between Nepal and Tibet.

Bhutan is no ordinary place. It is an amply modern country yet medieval with one foot still rooted in its past. Bhutan is aware of the downsides of rapid modernization and has decided to move cautiously without losing its soul. Sustainable socio-economic development, preservation and promotion of culture and tradition, and preservation and protection of natural environment are at the forefront of government policy.  Every decision is carefully weighed for the benefit of its people. The government’s ‘high value-low volume’ tourism policy is therefore a good example of its efforts to keep foreign influences at bay while nurturing Bhutanese values at home. This gives Bhutan a different look and feel altogether, a visual and spiritual feast for all visitors.


India- Enjoy a taste of India on this outstanding tour to the most famous sights of India. Our 07 days Golden Triangle Tour Itinerary guides you to the most magical cities of India including Delhi, Agra and Jaipur presents a rich pageantry and mystique that reaches out to even the most matter-of-fact visitor. The country's capital city, an archaeological extravaganza set in the soft sand dunes and a wonder of the world, do you need more to feel the aesthetic splendour of India?


Short Itinerary

Day 01:: Arrive Beijing
Day 02:: Beijing
Day 03:: Depart Beijing, Fly to Lhasa9Tibet)
Day 04:: Explore Lhasa-
Day 05:: Explore Lhasa-
Day 06:: Explore Lhasa-
Day 07:: Lhasa-Kathmandu-
Day 08:: Kathmandu Sightseeing ( 9 Am to 5 Pm)(B)
Day 09:: Kathmandu-Chitwan (Jungle Safari)(BLD)156km/5 hrs
Day 10:: Jungle Safari Continue(BLD)
Day 11:: Jungle Safari-Pokhara(B)/146 km/4 hr
Day 12:: Pokhara-Hike to Sarangkot(B)
Day 13:: Pokhara-Kathmandu(B)
Day 14:: Kathmandu-Paro-Thimphu[LD]
Day 15:: Thimphu-Punakha/Wangdiphodrang[BLD]
Day 16:: Punakha- Paro[BLD]
Day 17:: Paro[BLD]
Day 18:: Flight Paro-Delhi [B]                                                                                                        
Day 19:: Delhi     [B]                                                                                                 
Day 20:: DELHI/JAIPUR (250KMS – 5HRS)    [B]                                                
Day 21:: AIPUR  [B]                                                                                                
Day 22:: JAIPUR/FATEHPUR SIKRI/AGRA (250KMS – 5HRS) [B]                      
DAY 23:: AGRA      [B]                                                                                                     
Day 24:: AGRA/DELHI & DEPART (200KMS / 4HRS) [B]

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