Travel in comfort and explore Delhi, Agra, Jalpur and Kathmandu. You will enjoy some of the most spectacular sites in India, including the Taj Mahal, one of the 7 wonders of the world. Take back with you wonderful, timeless memories of your beautiful adventure.

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    Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Kathmandu

    9 days, 8 nights.
    • Day 1 / Delhi Arrival

      Begin your journey by embarking on your international flight to Delhi. Upon arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport, you will be met by your customer service executive and welcomed with a “Mauli ritual”. Mauli is a symbolic cotton thread tied on the wrist and is our traditional way to start the journey at an auspicious note. Afterwards, you will be transferred to your hotel.

    • Day 2 / Delhi

      Explore Delhi, India’s capital city that boasts a rich history spanning over 2,000 years. Arrive in old Delhi and ride in a cycle rickshaw (pedi-cabs) to the once waterfilled square of Chandni Chowk. Discover the Jama Masjid, Delhi’s oldest mosque, before learning about the history of the Sikh religion at the Sheeshganj Gurudwara.

      Continue to Raj Ghat, the memorial to Gandhi, built at the site of his cremation on the banks of the Yamuna River. In the afternoon, drive past India Gate and the Government Secretariat buildings on the way to the Qutab Minar – the five-storied victory tower to signify the beginning of the Muslim rule in India by the first Muslim ruler, Qutab-ud-din Aibak.

    • Day 3 / Delhi-Agra

      Travel by private vehicle to Agra-the city of Taj Mahal. Arrive in Agra and check in for your stay. Agra-Once a small village on the banks of the Yamuna river, it was transformed by two great Mughal monarchs, Akbar and his grandson Shah Jahan into the second capital of the Mughal Empire-Dar-ul- Khilafat, or “seat of the Emperor” in the 16th & 17th century. A world of contrasting edifices of red sandstone and white marble, narrow galleys, bustling streets and small buggies, Agra retains the irresistible charm that made this the favorite city of the Mughals. Rest of the day is at your leisure for independent

      Today’s optional tours:
      Once in Agra, you have two options of visiting the Agra fort and North India’s oldest Christian cemetery or experience a live cultural show that depicts the saga of love and a memorable journey into history

    • Day 4 / Agra-Jaipur

      Rise early for a dawn visit to the Taj Mahal. Today you will see this extraordinary monument by the first light of day as its exemplary beauty is awe-inspiring and will create an unforgettable memory. Mughal emperor,
      Shahjahan built this architectural wonder to enshrine the mortal remains of his beloved Queen Mumtaz Mahal. (Note: Timing subject to change based on the local sunrise timing)
      Return to the hotel for breakfast and drive for Jaipur – the 18th century capital of Rajasthan. Stop enroute at Abhaneri Village, a popular stop along the Agra-Jaipur road for the impressive Chand Baori stepwell and the Harshat Mata Temple. The Chand Baori is perhaps the region’s most visited stepwell and is one of the largest and deepest in all of India. Continue to Jaipur, reaching in the evening. On arrival, check in for your stay.
      Jaipur – also known as the “Pink City”, for the abundance of pink plastered stone used to build its massive forts, magnificent palaces and exquisite temples. The city built in 1727 A.D by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II followed a grid system, which made it the only planned city of its time. A young Bengali architect Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya designed this city in accordance with Shilp Shastra – an ancient Hindu treatise on architecture. There is far more to the city than just its famous monuments and to get a complete experience of Jaipur, uncover the mysteries of the bazaars and visit silversmiths, turban sellers and traditional markets.

      Today’s optional tours:
      After a long day of exploration, head to the optional tour Raj Mandir Cinema to experience the glamour of a Bollywood film.

    • Day 5 / Jaipur

      Morning visit the imposing Amber Fort. Set on a hilltop overlooking Maota Lake, the fort is an authentic example of Rajput architecture and the Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors) is one of its more spectacular building. Next brief photo stop at the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). Its beehive-like structure is an interplay of red and pink sand stone, painstakingly outlined with white borders and motifs. Behind this elaborate latticed facade, the cloistered ladies of the court could watch the daily goings-on in the street below. Afternoon is at leisure for independent exploration. Evening, enjoy a traditional meal with folk dance at a local restaurant in the town.

      Today’s optional tours:
      Half-day Jaipur City Tour – We suggest visiting Jaipur’s Royal City Palace and exploring its extravagant rooms and apartments. Later, discover one of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Jai Singh, the founder of

      Prayer Ceremony – You may visit a local temple in the
      evening to watch the prayer ceremony.

    • Day 6 / Jaipur – Delhi-Kathmandu

      Today, you will take a flight to Kathmandu. After completing immigration and customs procedure, you will meet your tour representative at the arrival area. Our tour representative will assist you in transferring to you to your hotel.
      In the Afternoon, you will be visiting one of the most significant heritage precincts of Kathmandu- The Boudhanath Stupa (One of the UNESCO World
      Heritage Listing). This 2500 years old Buddhist stupa was built in the 5th century with four pairs of eyes of Lord Buddha in four cardinal directions keeping an eternal watch over the people and their doings. With a base of 82 meters in diameters, Boudhnath is claimed to be the largest Buddhist stupa in the world. Today, Boudhnath bustles with the Tibetan population, prayers and business traders attend their monasteries belonging to different sects of Tibetan Buddhism. After the visit, enjoy a unique opportunity to interact with the local monks. Lama will offer Khada Himalayan Silk Scarf as blessings to the guests. Also, visit Thanka Gallery where you will see the artists painting the Thanka (Buddhist).

    • Day 7 / Kathmandu

      Today we continue our visit in Kathmandu – Patan Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, Durbar Square and Ason Market Morning.

      Start your exploration with a visit to Patan Durbar square – the city of artistry. It is known for its rich tradition of arts and handicrafts such as metal statues and ornate architecture. The square is mélange of old Royal palace, artistic courtyards, and pagoda temples. This complex formerly a Royal palace has now turned into a museum for visitors. There are three main courtyards in the palace, among which the Sundari Chowk is best known for a masterpiece of the stone architecture. Continue your exploration of Swayambhunath. Perched on top of a conical hill is a white dome with glittering golden spire is visible from all sides of the valley for many miles. This most ancient and enigmatic of all the holy shrines in Kathmandu Valley, Swayambhunath
      Stupa, is also known as the “Monkey Temple”. This place offers an excellent view of the Valley. Though the temples around the stupa had some minor destruction and one of the temples beside the stupa collapsed during the earthquake in 2016, the process of reconstruction is still ongoing. At Swayambhunath, watch the Tibetan pilgrimages and monk chanting prayers and praying in their traditional cultural clothes in the monastery. End the day with a visit to Durbar square, where the charm of old town blends well with traditional architecture in a rich cultural backdrop. Kathmandu’s Durbar Square
      was where the city’s kings were once crowned and legitimised, and from where they ruled (durbar means palace). As such, the square remains the traditional heart of the old town and Kathmandu’s most spectacular legacy of traditional architecture. The square bore the brunt of Kathmandu’s 2015 earthquake damage. Half a dozen temples collapsed, as did several towers in the Hanuman Dhoka palace complex, but it’s still a fabulous complex. Reconstruction will continue for years. Take a walk through the Ason Market, a local bazaar and well-known place for buying daily requirements. A lush
      of crowded locals enchant you with the daily lifestyle.

      Today’s optional tours:
      The Mountain Flight – Early morning, proceed on a one hour Mountain Flight along the Himalayan Mountain range to get a panoramic encounter with the highest peaks on earth. Cruising close to the awesome massifs of rock and ice, the flight presents a mind-boggling sight. Local Delicious Meal – Enjoy a delicious meal with a local family-an experience you’ll never forget.

    • Day 8 / Kathmandu

      Morning explore Pashupatinath temple – a World Heritage site. It is the principal Hindu shrine in Nepal and one of the foremost temples to Shiva on the Indian subcontinent. Shiva is worshipped here as Pashupati, lord of beasts, who as protector of all living creatures is also the patron deity of Nepal. Temples, ashrams (hermitages), dharamsalas, shrines and ghats spread over a wide area along the sacred Bagmati embankment. Though Non Hindus are not allowed inside the temple; one can clearly see the temple and the activities from the eastern bank of the Bagmati River. (The Bagmati River flows close by and the Arya Ghat cremation grounds are here. We strongly advise not to take photos of cremations and of bereaved families. Sadhus, sages who follow the lifestyle of Shiva, may be seen covered in ashes and loincloths. They ask for money in case you want to take their photos.) While at Pashupatinath, you will get the opportunity to have some spiritual interaction with the Sadhus (Holy Men).
      Afternoon visit Bhaktapur Durbar square. The best preserved of the three main medieval cities of the valley, Bhaktapur comprise some of the most breathtaking religious architecture in the entire country. Narrow stone paved streets snake through red brick houses, leading you to hidden temples, water sprouts, and

  • Package Includes

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    • Flights

      International roundtrip airfare
      All domestic and international transfers
      Round trip transfer to and from airport

    • Tours

      Sightseeing admissions as specified
      Private coach with air conditioning
      English speaking guide

    • Accommodation

      8 nights hotel accommodation (2 nights in Delhi, 1 nights in Agra, 2 nights in Jaipur, 3 night in Kathmandu)
      Meals: 8 breakfasts and 1 dinner

      • International round-trip airfare
      • Round trip transfer to and from airport
      • Sightseeing admissions as specified
      • Private coach with air conditioning
      • English Speaking Guide
      • 8 nights hotel accommodation (2 nights in Delhi, 1 nights in Agra, 2 nights in Jaipur, 3 night in Kathmandu)
      • Meals: 8 breakfasts, 1 dinner


      • India Visa application fee
      • Tour tipping $90 per person (to be made at time of booking)
      • Upgrades, add-on excursions, optional tours.
      • Meals/beverages not stated in the itinerary
      • Laundry and other items of a personal nature
      • Trip delay or interruption by the airline schedule change
      • Optional insurance coverage is available for baggage, accident and trip cancellation/interruption
      • Cost for anything not specifically mentioned in the listing above
      • Price is for one person based on double occupancy for departures from Sydney/Melbourne. Departures from Brisbane and Perth will incur a surcharge of $350 per person.
      • Single supplement of $500 is payable upon booking for single travelers
      • The promotional tour is non-refundable outside the money back guarantee period after the reservation is confirmed.
      • If travel is more than 90 days from the date of reservation, all travelers must complete the reservation form with full names as shown on each traveler’s passport and provide passport copies within 30 days of the reservation being made. If travel is within 60-90 days from the date of reservation, the process is required to be completed within 15 days. If travel is within 60 days of r from the date of reservation, the process is required to be completed within 7 days. Otherwise, SNA Tours may not be able to guarantee the selected travel date.
      • If travel is more than 90 days of the date of reservation, the money back guarantee period is 15 days.  For travel within 60-90 days of the date of reservation, the money back guarantee period is 7 days. If travel is within 60 days, no money back guarantee is provided.
      • No child discount on special deal
      • Travel insurance covering lost baggage, accidents, and trip cancellation/interruption is highly recommended.
      • All currencies are in AUD Dollars unless stated otherwise.

Tour Highlights

Each Tour Is Designed For A Special Experience


  • Jama Masjid – the largest mosque in India
  • Chandni Chowk Bazaar


  • The Taj Mahal
  • Masterpieces of Embroidery
  • Abhaneri Village


  • The Amber Fort
  • The Famous Hawa Mahal


  • Patan Durbar Square
  • Ason Market
  • Pashupatinath Temple
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square
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Highlights of India & Nepal

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