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Number of Reviews: 79 Overall score: *****
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Delhi to Kathmandu

Delhi to Kathmandu

5
I really enjoyed my trip. I was a little worried about travelling to India on my own.This trip was a wonderful taste of India. I have always wanted to see the Taj Mahal.There was alot of early mornings and bus travel but the experience of travelling through the towns and villages of India was most interesting.The hotels were of a good standard.I have been trekking in Nepal so it was rather nice to relax instead.
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Delhi to Kathmandu

The Road To Kathmandu (without Dorothy Lamour)

5
To be honest I didn't know what to expect from this trip. My wife was a little concerned about going to India but the itinerary looked so good that she was persuaded. No need to worry, from our arrival in Delhi to our departure from Kathmandu we were looked after, guided, kept informed and treated to some amazing sights, sounds and food. This was an incredibly informative, entertaining and exciting journey. We loved it!
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Delhi to Kathmandu

To Kathmandu Via CO2

3
If you like sitting in traffic jams then this is the trip for you! It's possible to enjoy pollution choking traffic jams in 4 Indian cities, plus several cities in Nepal. The destinations, when you get to them, are often stunning and very memorable, but you will have to endure many long hours of travelling, and many choking traffic jams, to get to them. The trip was enjoyable but not, in my opinion, "leisurely" in terms of the pace of the trip, which involves many early starts and very long days of travelling on, at times, very poor bumpy roads. The scenery in Nepal is, however, simply stunning, which does lessen the pain of the journey somewhat. If you can put up with the travelling and the congestion and pollution, then you will find this trip to be rewarding.
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Delhi to Kathmandu

I am definitely buying a tuktuk!

5
Fantastic trip. It was a holiday of two halves, experiencing the brilliant chaos of India followed by the peace and natural beauty of Nepal. Some amazing temples and brilliant sights. My highlight was Varanasi, the tuktuk through the streets heading down to the Ganges was like an outtake from Mario Kart, the crowds and scenes were amazing. There's loads to do in Pokhara, you can go paragliding, whitewater rafting, bungee jumping or just go for a relaxed walk around the lake. I also highly recommend the Everest flight! Every day was an adventure and the food...thumbs up! I was also fortunate to have a fantastic tour group to share it all with, highly recommend.
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Exodus Response

We would like to thank Michael for his review and we are pleased to hear that he had a fantastic trip. We decided to cease offering elephant rides on our adventures as of January 2015. Chitwan National Park was, however, an exception as elephant riding for conservation purposes, rather than pure recreational purposes, remains a grey area. We are currently looking into our policy regarding Chitwan. Please follow this link for more information: https://www.exodus.co.uk/responsible-travel/elephant-riding

Louise Ungless - Product Manager for India
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Delhi to Kathmandu

Great Trip

5
This was our second Exodus tour (the other being in Turkey). Exodus promises that the trip is guaranteed if at least 4 people are going (I am sure they lose money if that is the case). We had 5, and had a wonderful time. The guide was well informed, experienced, and responsive to our wishes. Hotels were better than expected. This trip includes quite a bit of travel time via motor coach and 1 overnight train, so you need to be prepared for some pretty long hours driving; but that is what you have to do, to see the wide variety of experiences included in this trip. One week in the tourist 'triangle' of India, followed by a different experience in Nepal, is well worth the effort. Kudos to Exodus for following through on their pledge, and for a very well executed plan.
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Delhi to Kathmandu

Better and worse than I could have imagined

3
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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Exodus Response

We are pleased that Ruth enjoyed some aspects of this trip, but we are sorry that the smog impacted on her holiday; this winter has been one of the worst India has experienced in a long time and regrettably due to the intense fog there was a very high demand for buses to replace the disrupted trains. We have a safety policy to employ two drivers on each bus when travelling overnight, so this limited our options further and unfortunately having investigated Ruth’s feedback we believe that the bus this group used between Agra and Varanasi was not up to our usual standards. We have followed up on this with our local operator, but we are sorry for Ruth’s discomfort. On a more positive note, we are very glad that Ruth found her tour leader to be amazing.

Katherine Tory - Trip Manager for India
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Delhi to Kathmandu

exhausting but great

5
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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