My Epic Indo-Nepal road trip – from Delhi to Kathmandu

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Most of you know that I am a huge fan of road trips. The unexpected turns, the opportunities to spot hidden wonders along the way, the camaraderie of your companions – all of these make your journey more memorable. Consequently, your destination becomes more exciting and special. Naturally, when ScoutMyTrip provided me with an opportunity to do a cross-country road trip, I jumped up and accepted it before they changed their mind. ย My latest road trip was the one that a lot of you followed on my social channels. I call it the epic Indo-Nepal road trip.

A beautiful start to my Indo-Nepal Road Trip
A beautiful start to my Indo-Nepal Road Trip

2500 kmย over 7 days with awesome company, unexpected adventures and tons of new discoveries, this epic Indo-Nepal road trip is going to be on my mind for a long long time. One post is never going to do justice to this entire trip. This blog post is going to just give you a preview of destinations and experiences that we had along the way. A teaser of sorts to see those green monsters popping out of your heads (Yes, I can be a sadist at times!). Consider this as a motivation for you to tank up and set out on a similar road trip. Let me start by introducing you all to my comrades of the Indo-Nepal road trip.

My Comrades during the Indo-Nepal Road Trip

My Comrades on the Indo-Nepal Trip
My Comrades on the Indo-Nepal Trip
Right in front – Captain Deepak, 2nd row (L to R) Ayushi, me & Capt. Vineet
3rd Row (L to R) – Ankit, Saumya, Sudipto
4th row: Magic Eyed Deepak

We met as strangers or just online acquaintances but parted as friends with crazy names. When you are thrown together for 7 days, there is no other way it can be. My road trip gang consisted of 6 bloggers including yours truly and 2 captains who are founders of ScoutMyTrip. The captains took charge of the cars – a Scorpio and a Ford Eco-sport while the rest of us kept them entertained during the journey. Day one from Delhi was all about being polite, while on day two, the true attributes started to come to the fore. By the end of Day 3, each one of us got our unique name and identity and that is how I will introduce everyone now –

  • Captain One – Deepak, CEO of ScoutMyTrip. Known for his nonsensical lyrics and a distrust for any phone other than iphone. Captained the Scorpio and that too, in a flawless, expert manner.
  • Captain Two – Vineet Rajan, CMO of ScoutMyTrip. Classic case of “looks are deceiving”. Serious in looks but quirky with words. Known for his love for food. In charge of the Ford Ecosport (which he refused to part!).
  • Deepak Amembal – our patient and inspiring blogger. Known as Magic Eye and not surprising, given his skill with the camera!
  • Sudipto De – the eternal photobomber from Salt and Sandals. My partner in crime in Agra. A serious food connoisseur.
  • Saumya Rai – the Selfie Queen from Road to taste. The lovely hostess and guide for the city of Lucknow. Perpetually with a smile on her face.
  • Ankit Sharma – the Go Pro Man from Crazemag. You will never see him without his multiple contraptions. Really got lucky in Kathmandu with the Casino
  • Ayushi Anand – the silent killer from 365 days of bliss. Even the slightest motion of the Eco-sport was like a lullaby for her.

And then, there was me – nicknamed Indiana Jones in India and Nepali Jones when in Nepal. Not surprising, huh? ย I am sure there is plenty of nice things that my comrades have to say about me. However, I am too modest to put it all down here. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Planning the route to Kathmandu from Delhi

One of the many roads of Nepal
One of the many roads of Nepal

2500 kilometers with a varied terrain did need some bit of planning. The ScoutMyTrip team had that sorted in terms of where the night halts had to be made, which route was to be taken, where would they need to fuel up and what are the caveats that one needed to take. Every morning was going to be an early one to ensure that we reached a particular halt well in time for us to explore it fully. Here is how it looked after it was planned –

  • Day 1: Start from Delhi by 5 am and reach Lucknow by 1 pm
  • Day 2: Leave Lucknow by 8 or 9 and reach Gorakhpur by noon.
  • Day 3: Exit Gorakhpur at 4 am to reach Kathmandu by 4ย pm
  • Day 4 & 5: Explore Kathmandu
  • Day 6: Leave Kathmandu by 5 am to reach Gorakhpur by 6 pm
  • Day 7: Head to Agra and reach there by 3 pm
  • Day 8: Drive back to Delhi and head home

What fun is a road trip if you just stick to the plan? I mean, you have to have some adventures along the way to make crazy memories that make the whole deal sweeter. And that is exactly how this Indo-Nepal road trip became!

Exploring the pit stops

Kudos to our Captains, no matter when we started our day, they ensured that they reached us at our destination halts well in time, giving us enough time to explore. The record was our return drive on Day 7 from Gorakhpur, where we completed the Lucknow Agra stretch in 2.5 hours as against a stated time of 4 hours. Each of our pit-stops was a cultural and culinary delight.Each one of them merits a separate post. However, to give you a quick preview, this is what it looked like in Lucknow and Agra.

Lucknow:

Lucknow, one of our destinations along the Indo-Nepal road trip
Lucknow, one of our destinations along the Indo-Nepal road trip

The City of Nawabs is where I earned my first nickname as we set about discovering the famous Bara Imambara with its famous Bhool Bhulaiya (the labyrinth). How was I to resist a challenge of running through those mazes to discover the unknown?ย The architectural beauty of the whole complex was just awe-inspiring.

Bara Imambara, Lucknow
Bara Imambara, Lucknow

This followed by a Tonga ride through the heritage Lucknow landed us at the Chota Imambara, which had a mausoleum of a Princess designed as a mini Taj Mahal. The evening lights cast a beautiful reflection of the main building in the fountains facing it. An absolute pleasure to capture through your lens.

The Chota Imambara in the evening lights
The Chota Imambara in the evening lights

Along the way, we even discovered the other gems like the Rumi Darwaza and the cursed Satkhanda – a story that you will have to wait up for. Lucknow enthralled us so much that our first deviation to the original plan happened here – where we decided to spend the first half of Day two exploring more of Lucknow and then head to Gorakhpur, via Ayodhya.

The Residency at Lucknow
The Residency at Lucknow

Day two did indeed dawn with us discovering the British era of Lucknow at the Residency – a place that I truly felt like Indiana Jones. Complete with its crumbling walls and stories trapped within, I had to be rushed out of the complex lest I end up spending an entire day here.

Agra:

Jahangir's palace at the Red Fort, Agra - one of our stop-overs along the Indo-Nepal trip
Jahangir’s palace at the Red Fort, Agra – one of our stop-overs along the Indo-Nepal trip

Agra was our halt on the way back from Kathmandu and we were to reach it by 3 pm. However, having started late, the google maps showed us an ETA of 6 pm. The ScoutMyTrip team took it on as a personal challenge to reach us at Agra fort by 4 pm, which I shall always be thankful for.

A glimpse of the Taj Mahal from the Red Fort, Agra
A glimpse of the Taj Mahal from the Red Fort, Agra

Discovering the place where the story of Taj actually started was truly an immersive and satisfying experience. The lives of Mughals, their palaces and their glory is just so evident in what remains of the Red Fort. Sighting the Taj from the windows of the chambers of Emperor Shahjahan made me realize how he must have gazed wistfully at his beloved during his last days.

The Taj Mahal from the Yamuna, Agra
The Taj Mahal from the Yamuna, Agra

Our Day 8, the last day was a perfect end to the whole journey with a sunrise at the Taj Mahal, followed by a boat ride in the Yamuna to capture its perfect reflection.

I know you want more details on each of these, but hang in there. New posts coming up soon!

Unexpected discoveries and detours

Our unplanned stopover at Faizabad - on the Indo-Nepal road trip
Our unplanned stopover at Faizabad – on the Indo-Nepal road trip

Day 3 was all about visiting Ayodhya,ย enroute to Gorakhpur. However, we discovered a small town called Faizabad and that is where our plan changed. A quick visit to the Gulab Bari – the tomb of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula was an amazing offbeat addition to our trip. From then, we did go through Ayodhya but got lost in the smaller lanes. Thus, we just moved on to Gorakhpur.

The Road to Kathmandu that lead to our first detour.
The Road to Kathmandu that led to our first detour.

Little did we realize that this was a start to all our unexpected detours. The roads to Kathmandu were blocked owing to road repairs and we were forced to take not one, but three detours.ย This frankly, was the most adventurous part of the trip with enough drama – with and within the cars and the crazy off-roading experiences. Google maps gave up on us to literally say “I don’t know what you are saying, do what you want”. Though the detours were long, the views along the way were just amazing. And though we landed at Kathmandu by 10 pm. we were on a high, having enjoyed every moment of the ride on this Indo Nepal Roadtrip.

Hanging Bridge or the Nepalese bridge, enroute to Kathmandu
Hanging Bridge or the Nepalese bridge, enroute to Kathmandu
The route taken on return from Kathmandu to India
The route taken on return from Kathmandu to India

The ride back to India was a little smoother as we attempted a different route advised by the locals at Oyo rooms Kathmandu. Though we did manage it easier, I still think that the adventure that we had owing to our detours was far more exciting and fun!

Fun Stays at Oyo rooms

Our stays in each of our planned cities were powered by Oyo Rooms. There were basically three categories of Oyo rooms that we stayed in ย –

1) Oyo Town House

The Oyo Town House in Delhi
The Oyo Town House in Delhi

This was a plush property in Delhi, from where we started our journey. The cute, contemporary interiors of a room with a view set the right tone for the rest of our trip. Having come from Bengaluru, I found it extremely welcoming and I did spend a considerable amount of time unwinding and relaxing here.

2) Oyo Homes

The Oyo Homes in Agra
The Oyo Homes in Agra

This is a novel concept that the Oyo rooms have introduced – a home stay in a nice residential location, with a host that really looks after you. The Oyo Homes that I experienced was in Agra. Besides the location, I particularly loved the tasteful interiors.

3) Oyo Rooms

The Oyo Rooms, Kathmandu
The Oyo Rooms, Kathmandu

Our Lucknow, Gorakhpur and Kathmandu stays were in the Oyo rooms. Between the two, I particularly am partial to the Kathmandu Oyo rooms for its comfortable rooms, plush interiors, breakfast on the roof-top and the warm Nepali hospitality. We were greeted in a traditional manner and treated to simple yet tasty Nepali cuisine on the day we arrived. Their staff was extremely polite, courteous and helpful. Adding to our comfort at Kathmandu were the facilities that the Oyo rooms offered – the good Wi-Fi connection and 24 hours of hot water. The last one is extremely important after a long day on the road.

Oyo Rooms, Kathmandu
Oyo Rooms, Kathmandu

 

Breakfast time at the Rooftop in Oyo Rooms, Kathmandu
Breakfast time at the Rooftop in Oyo Rooms, Kathmandu

The food on the Indo-Nepal Road Trip

The famous Sharma ki Chai and Makhan Pav in Lucknow
The famous Sharma ki Chai and Makhan Pav in Lucknow

When you travel with foodies, there is no escaping the best in each destination. While it was easy at the key pit-stops, it was the road journey that was an adventure. Along the Agra-Lucknow stretch, there were just no restaurants along the road. Luckily the distance being short, we did not really mind it. The Gorakhpur – Kathmandu stretch had plenty of Nepali restaurants where we sampled the Chowmein and fried rice. We even managed a lovely Nepali lunch at one of these places on our way back from Kathmandu.

The Veg Chowmein in one of the restaurants along our roadtrip to Nepal
The Veg Chowmein in one of the restaurants along ourย Indo-Nepal Road trip

The one thing that helped us along the way was the information that the ScoutMyTrip team had already gathered. We were prepared for which stretch we would be able to find food and where we would not. The same went with information on the petrol bunks – food for the car! An information point that is essential for every road-tripper – for food for the car is more important than your own.

The Final destination

Pashupatinath temple, Kathmandu
The Prayer wheels at Swayambhunath Stupa, Kathmandu
A cultural evening in Kathmandu
Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu
At Patan Durbar Square, Kathmandu
Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu
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Pashupatinath temple, Kathmandu
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There is just so much to share about Nepal – our final destination. The food, the culture, the history and places that we saw. However, I must stop here. This needs complete justice and this shall be my next post! ย With this slide show as a teaser, I conclude my account of just the road trip part of my Nepal journey. I am sure by now you know why it was epic. Do I see some green heads? Do you want to also, try out this Indo-Nepal road trip? Message in, let me know!

Travel Tips for planning your own road trip

  • Start with planning a route to your desired destination.
  • Once the mapping is done, check places along the way where you can make a night halt
  • Avoid night driving, start early
  • Do a little research on the road conditions, food joints and fuel stations along the way
  • Get a travel insurance
  • Ensure that you have serviced your car well before the trip. Check the tyre pressures and tank up before you start.
  • The best place to start your planning is through ScoutMyTrip – where they do not just suggest a road trip, but also, help you get all the information on roadside assistance, road conditions, suggested detours, hotels etc.
  • You can either book your stay well in advance or try booking it on the go through the Oyo rooms app. That way you can be a little more flexible on where you want to make your night halt.

Travel Tips for an Indo-Nepal Roadtrip

  • Aim to cross the border in the morning as you will avoid the long queues.
  • You will need a permit for the car once you cross-over to the Nepal side. For this, you will need to pay INR 1300 for a permit for 5 days.
  • The documentation for the permit would be your car registration book, car insurance, Driver’s license and Driver’s ID card.
  • There is no visa required for Indians to enter Nepal. However, do keep your passport handy.
  • There are plenty of agents around the border who can help get you the car permit. They generally charge INR 100 for the same. You can go through them but ensure you pay them after they have got you all the required documents.
  • You can avail the local SIM of Nepal at the border itself. Ncell is the company recommended for the same as their network through Nepal is quite strong.
  • For the Local Sim, you will need to shell out INR 175. The Sim will be issued against a Government ID card and 3 passport sized photographs.
  • On return, you are liable to be checked by the Indian border security force. Again, keep your permits and IDs handy. Your luggage too, will be inspected.
  • They say that INR currency of denomination 500 and 2000 are not allowed within Nepal. However, I am not sure if this is true. To be on a safe side, carry only notes of denomination 100. Remember INR is accepted well anywhere in Nepal.

 

P.S: I was invited by ScoutMyTrip to join in for this epic Indo-Nepal Road Trip. However, my opinions are unbiased and based on my own experience!

 

 

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88 Responses

  1. Food connoisseur…. Ahem Ahem. Awesome read ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Relived the entire trip again! lovely write up. Special thanks for the awesome DJ and navigation skills displayed by you for making this trip even more adventurous!

    • Thanks Deepak. I also relived it while writing this post. It sure was one amazing journey. I am completely game for another one now! And yes, with sharpened navigation skills ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Loved reading about your experience. Wonderful pictures ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Love the sunrise and the group picture ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. This sounds awesome and looks like you guys had lots of fun. Nice to see the people behind some of the blogs I follow.

  6. Nice summary and stunning pics. Love the way you described Google Maps inability to aid in navigation ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Thank you so much Neeraj. Google Maps did retort that way! Ask my co-passengers! It was one crazy moment! I do hope to do another road trip and this time, you must be a part of it!

  7. Faizabad used to be my maternal home. Now grand parents aren’t around so I’m using the past tense but reading this post made me happy. Happy for you and the wonderful trip that you could be a part of. Happy cos you touched Gorakhpur long with Faizabad. That’s where my roots are. ๐Ÿ™‚ and Nepal is on my list of places to visit. I’m sure coming back to read more.

    • Thanks Parul. It is nice to know that you are from that part of the world. Faizabad was a really pleasant surprise. I wish I could have explored some more but then, well you cannot do it all in one trip. Leaving this for another time. Maybe I will connect with you on a virtual tour of this town. And yes, stay tuned as I share more from the trip. Cheers

  8. Shane Prather

    I haven’t been on many extensive roadtrips since I’m prone to car sickness but this looks like one I couldn’t pass up! The Taj Mahal is something you must see in person in all its glory!

    • Thanks Shane. This roadtrip was just so much fun. I agree that you might have issues with the roads here but maybe a small medicine should help. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. The post was quite interesting. It felt like I was making a journey to Kathmandu myself. The pictures and descriptions of places to visit in Lucknow and Faizabad were good pointers. And Kathmandu in pictures looks splendid. I have known Agra since I have lived in Mathura for 9 years and Agra was the popular spot to visit whenever relatives descrnded.

    • Thank you so much. I am sure you know the corners of Agra that I could not explore. I really hope to be able to do that sometime in the future. At the moment, I was just content with the Red Fort and Taj.

  10. Loved the to read. Amazing pics.

  11. Omg looks amazing. I would.love.to go there too. The sharma.di chai looks good, this is like a traditional breakfast treat?

    • Sharma ki Chai has been around for over 50 years and I believe, it is the one breakfast stop that all Lucknow people are proud of. Thankful to Saumya for having shown us the place. Thank you, Monika, for stopping by.

  12. This was indeed an epic trip and I can see you all had a gala and adventurous trip. Scoutmytrip is definitely an idea whose time has come and all the best to the captains in their unique venture. The shots of Taj Mahal are stunning, Indiana Jones ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thank you Sandy and Vijay. The trip was really fun. I am going to remember it for a long time.

  13. Amazing! A trip that has always been on my mind! How amazing! Would love to read furher about border crossing documentations and such.

    • Thank you. Coincidence that you mention this as I just updated my post with the relevant information. I had missed out on it earlier. Happy to share more if you have any specific queries.

  14. Wow just reading your travel tale is enough to give me wanderlust. Now I feel like going on a road trip. It surely is an epic journey. I specially loved all the beautiful Lucknow architecture you shared … And the food looks so yummyy

    • Thank you Rajlakshmi. The food, especially in Lucknow and Agra, was just yummy. The trip was indeed a memorable one and if this has evoked wanderlust, you have to stop whatever you are doing, and get into a car and head out now! ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Road trips are always a good idea. And it looks like you’ve had some great time, with such a nice bunch of people and one great journey. Love those temples along the way, and the Hanging Bridge is just amazing. Great photos! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Road trips are fun always. I hope you too, can manage a nice one like this. Thank you so much for stopping by

  16. I missed so much fun! I had to turn down the offer when Vineet called me as I was already traveling in Jammu and the notice was short. I love road trips a lot and it was so hard to say no! Anyways, nice reading about your journey! Hope some trip will make us meet soon ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thank you Reshma. Pity you could not make it this time but am sure we are going to catch up on some other trip. Cheers

  17. Oh my- first up I had no clue this was so easily doable via road – WOW!! opened up w whole new trip for me that I am just raring to go on!
    Waiting for the rest of the trip to unfold Ami – your pics, anecdotes and writing style are all too good to miss!!!

  18. Looks like such a fun road trip! Looking forward to the next part; I’m especially curious to see how Durbar Square looks after the earthquake a couple of years ago.

    • Coming up Henry. Though I must warn you, after the earthquake it was a little heart breaking.

  19. Whoa! It looks like an epic road trip indeed! Your pictures speak for itself how much fun you had! Can’t wait to read your posts related to the individual destinations!

  20. I have never been to North India and now I wish to see places..Awesome read and you make me feel its completely do able…

    • Of course it is doable and more importantly, so much fun. Just go for it Suja.

  21. I love road trips as well, but have never done one this long! This sounds so amazing though and seems like you had the best time. I may have to try and do this route one day!

    • Yes of course, this was fun and quite an adventure. Since you love road trips, I would recommend the same to you. Thank you Tarah for dropping by

  22. This sounds like an incredible trip! And how nice that you were able to travel with a group of bloggers. The food looks amazing. And of course Agra is completely stunning!

    • Thank you Stella. My comrades were actually one of the key reasons to have enjoyed the trip so much. The places of course, were just amazing!

  23. I can tell you had a mind-blowing road trip to Nepal. It’s on my wish list now ๐Ÿ˜€

  24. 7 days of road-trip covering 2 countries? Whoa! That’s one heck of a trip. I really have to head to Nepal.
    Looking forward for your upcoming post on Nepal itself!!!

  25. tatumskipper

    So thats where Kathmandu is! I always hear about it but have never even looked it up to see where it is geographically. Now I know haha. Anyways, what a trip!! So much you conquered in just a little over a week which is just how I like to do it! Those bed surprisingly look super comfy which I feel is never really a thing over seas. I’ll be going on a road trip soon, but here in the US!

    • Oh, road trips are always so much fun. And now that you are off for one, all I can say – Take as many detours as you can. They are so much fun!

  26. Oh wow, that was a week long road trip. I would certainly do it considering all the amazing sites and views you’ll see along the way. I did multiple-country road trips in Europe twice and it was fun. Love the photos! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Thank you so much Joy. I had an absolute blast as you can see ๐Ÿ™‚ Road trips are just fun – right?

  27. gobeyondbounds

    Nepal has been on list for a while now. A road trip across country sounds fun and adventurous when you have great companions. Lucknow looks majestic as expected. We would love to explore it sometime soon.

    • It sure is a recommended trip – just as long as you have the appetite for adventure. ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. A wonderful road trip! I never thought India to Nepal was possible through a road trip. And taking a road trip seems amazing, I am soon going to plan one.

    • It most definitely is fun and doable. You should head there. Thanks for stopping by.

  29. I had been following you guys for this across country road trip – Indeed an epic Journey and a lifetime experience. You guys got the wonderful names for sure -Indiana Jones and Nepali Jones are really perfect. Loved all your shots. I hope to take this road trip someday for sure.

    • Thank you so much. Nice to know that you were active with us as we went along the trip. I do hope you can get down to your own roadtrip soon. Cheers

  30. What a road trip. It looks you guys covered a lot of distance in a day. I also you guys had a lot of time explore Lucknow, a place I have yet to visit , Having a vehicle in Kathmandu really helps to see the sights. All in all great going!

    • Thanks Nisha. All the destinations, enroute and otherwise were just amazing. A road trip gives you so much more to explore.

  31. Dear Ami, You won’t believe me but i was thinking for the road trip from Ahmedabad to Kathmandu and still not able to finalize the trip. This post gave me the motivation to complete this trip. International road trips are always fun and i am still waiting to complete my first trip. I will surely take your tips whenever i plan the trip on paper.

    • Thank you Niraj. I am sure you will have a good time. You can always let me know if you need more information or just try the road trip experts – Scout my trip. ๐Ÿ™‚

  32. Lovely photos! That sounds like an amazing road trip, detours and all. Waiting to read about the Rumi Darwaza and the cursed Satkhanda ๐Ÿ™‚

  33. I have been on a lot of road trips in India and most of them have been similar. It was great reading this ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Road trips just become fun when you have adventures and stop overs and lots of good company. Glad you have also experienced this. Thanks Vedante for stopping by

  34. Indo Nepal trip sounds so fascinating! It’s amazing the way you have described all the places that lie on the route! These days Indians have been hitting Nepal and Bhutan like never before. This blog post will be immense help to many travelers!

    • Thank you Ambuj. It was quite an adventure and one that I will remember for a long long time!

  35. swatisinha09

    That is such a fun road trip Ami. Looking forward to your other posts and awesome clicks of Agra ๐Ÿ™‚ (among other places)

    • Thanks Swati. You have been privy to a few of the previews. Agra will be coming up shortly. New posts on Nepal up though.

  36. Such an exciting read as we are planning to travel from nepal to india overland! So, excited after reading this! We will have mroe time so is there anywhere else you suggest stopping?

    • Plenty of places to shop around – Thamel, the Durbar Squares …just bargain well wherever you do. Have fun on your road trip. Cheers

  37. JaimeSays

    Three detours! Wow, you guys really must have had a great time to not get angry about that. Looks like the Oyo stays were superb!

    • Ooh we had a blast which is why we were so cool about the detours. But then, what is a road trip without those ….don’t you agree!

  38. I would have loved to take this road trip with you! I am happy to see that you included Agra in your itinerary. It’s nice to see the Taj Mahal with a blue sky behind it. When I was there it was foggy and the atmosphere was grey.

    • I am sure we would have had fun Joanna. Maybe some day we will have a trip together. I was lucky with the weather all right. It sure was perfect for photography. Thanks for stopping by

  39. Beautiful!!! Looks like such an amazing place to visit. Def adding to my bucket list.

  40. I wonder when I could pull off an Indo-Nepal trip. It must be a one of a kind experience. Yours seems to be awesome. If I could do it, I have all the information I need from your blog! Thanks!!!

    • Thanks. It was really amazing and yes, will be happy to share info that can help yours equally amazing!

  41. Veronica

    I always wanted to go from India to Nepal by land. Do they have trains or buses?

    • Buses are available from India – at least I saw quite a few pass through the border. However, there are no trains for sure.

  42. Great post..I live in Lucknow, so you could have dropped by. Wonderful.

  43. This seems like an awesome road trip, Ami. Thanks for the amazing idea!

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