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Number of Reviews: 72 Overall score: *****
Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Ruth Ruderham
***** Written

Better and worse than I could have imagined

This was an incredible trip in two amazing countries. It has left me some of the best memories of any trip I have taken, but at times it felt like an endurance test not a holiday. India in the depth of winter is only for the very brave - particularly on a trip that involves so much road travel and uses buses that are so poorly equipped. If you want a challenge not a rest and are happy to accept that the prize for seeing some of the most amazing sights in the world is struggling to breath in dense smog and wondering if you would make it to your next destination alive - then this is a great choice.
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Keith Waldman
***** Written

exhausting but great

the travelling for long distances may put some people off but we found it ok as could read etc.The sights are great but maybe it would be better to do nepal as a separate trip as towards the end the travelling was getting a bit too much
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by William Rich
***** Written

Knackering but enjoyable

Everything ran like clockwork and our guide Vivek was very efficient.
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Lynn Cook
***** Written

An Amazing Experience

From the mayhem that is the streets of Delhi to the tranquility of Chitwan and onto the natural beauty of Nepal, this is a non stop sense smacking adventure! Sometimes you have to pitch yourself to believe what you are seeing is real, from the animals wandering in the streets, to the magnificent temples and scenery. India was full of wonderful man made sights, but Nepal commanded her natural beauty. Everywhere people will happily wave to you, want their photograph taken with you and ask where you are from. This is a well balanced insight into India and Nepal and has whetted my appetite for further travel.
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

Fantastic trip

This trip is full on; expect early morning starts and long days but the rewards are fantastic. Sunrise over the Taj Mahal, sunset on the Ganges and flights around Everest to name but a few.
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

Brilliant trip and great people

We saw so much in the two weeks, it felt like a much longer holiday. It was full -on from the day we got there, with an optional street food tour and supper - a great introduction to the madness that is Delhi. The fun never stopped, so much to see and do. The memories of this trip are wonderful: the frenetic energy of Indian cities, the fabulous architecture of the Mughals, the amazing Hindu temples, the Buddhist stupas, the food (yes, curry for breakfast if you want), the relaxing calm of Chitwan National Park, the dramatic landscape of Nepal, the sunrise on the Annapurna mountains, the overnight train, the Ganges, the fireworks and Diwali lights....
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

Amazing !!

An incredible 2 week journey. People can describe India and Nepal until the sun goes down but you have to experience it to truly appreciate what they say. There are some early starts and long bus journeys but they are definitely worth it. The buses are quite comfortable (the roads aren't - but there's not much you can do about that!!) and the travel times flew by. The scenery outside was enough to while the time away. If not, sit at the front of the bus and watch what the driver has to deal with on the road - hilarious and slightly scary at the same time. I would go again just to do the overnight train - an experience in itself !!
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Fisherman on the banks of the Ganges River at sunset, Varanasi, India
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

Delhi to Kathmandu

This is an ideal trip for those who want to have a taste of India and Nepal and not much time to do it in.
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