IRCTC Nepal Tour Package: All That You Need to Know
Summer is one of the most tiring seasons and an exciting one. We plan a trip to different cities and states to escape the chaos of our daily life. But what if you could plan a trip to a foreign country this summer with just the same budget you spent for Goa, Manali, or Shimla trip.
Yes! You heard it right. This summer, IRCTC has introduced three exclusive budget tour packages to allow travellers to visit Nepal, one of India’s most beautiful neighbouring countries. The IRCTC tour packages are Gems Of Nepal, Gems Of Nepal Ex Lucknow, and Gems Of Nepal Ex Varanasi.
This holiday package tour will take you to the house of 7 UNESCO world heritage sights, Kathmandu, and the jewel in the Himalayas, Pokhara, which is famous for its pristine air and the spectacular backdrop snowy peaks, blue lakes, and lush greenery.
Read on to learn about the three IRCTC Nepal tour packages.
IRCTC Gems of Nepal Tour Package
Gems of Nepal Tour Package is an air trip to one of the landlocked countries with rich culture and heritage. It is a 4-nights and 5-days trip plan that starts with your arrival at New Jalpaiguri railway station at 7:50 Am, from where you are transferred to Bahadurpur domestic airport to fly to Kathmandu. For the journey with single occupancy, you only need to pay Rs.40,190. For double occupancy, Rs.33,190 per person and triple occupancy, Rs.31,900 per person.
The itinerary includes stays at a 3-star hotel, road trips by bus, breakfast, lunch, dinner, tourist guide, full-day sightseeing at Pokhara and Kathmandu, including a visit to Syoumbhuanth Temple, Thamel Market Boudhanath Temple, Manakamna Temple, and Pashupatinath Temple. The summer trip cum religious tour to Kathmandu and Pokhara is on 22 May 2022, and the code for this journey is ‘EGH036’.
Gems of Nepal Ex Lucknow Package Holiday
The IRCTC Nepal Kathmandu tour package “Gems Of Nepal Ex Lucknow ” is a 6-days and 5-nights trip. The trip will start from Lucknow airport to fly to Nepal’s capital Kathmandu to explore Pokhara and Kathmandu. You will visit the Pashupatinath Temple’s architectural grandeur, the Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa, Durbar Square, Tibetan Refugee Centre, Manokamana temple, witness the beautiful sunrise of Surangkot at Himalaya and breathtaking view of Pokhara.
The trip will cost for single occupancy Rs. 48500, double occupancy Rs. 39000, and triple occupancy Rs. 38850. The departure date is 19 June 2022. The tour accommodation comprises 3-times meals, road trips, and 3-nights stays in 3 Star Classified Hotels at Kathmandu & 02 nights at Pokhara. The package code for Gems Of Nepal Ex Lucknow Package Holiday is NLO09.
Gems of Nepal Ex Varanasi Package Tour
Gems Of Nepal Ex Varanasi Package Tour trip will originate from Varanasi airport on 27 June 2022. The comprehensive tour package includes a 4 nights and 5 days trip to Nepal’s multilingual and multicultural state, which will cost Rs. 41,000 for a single person, 32,900 for two persons, and Rs. 31,700 for three people. NLO10 is the tour code for this package.
During the trip, you will witness the incredible beauty of Kathmandu and Pokhara in Nepal, including Manokamana temple, Binhyabasini Mandir, Devil’s fall, Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, the architectural grandeur of the Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Durbar Square, Tibetan Refugee Centre, and Swayambhunath Stupa.
The Nepal tour is a real gem for all travellers or one who is planning a stunning summer trip. You can book these IRCTC tour packages and visit Nepal comfortably. To book tickets for the Nepal tour, you will need to visit IRCTC’s official website. After booking your ticket, check its PNR status to know its confirmation status, as these tour packages offer limited seats.
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