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Anonymous asked in TravelIndiaOther - India · 10 years ago

Best way to travel from Delhi to Nepal?

Soo I will be traveling to Delhi for a visit and also planning on visiting Nepal But based on my research, there are no trains that go from Delhi to Nepal only buses that take 3 days and I am not sure how safe that is considering I am going to be traveling by my self so anyone have any recommendations?

6 Answers

  • 10 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Hello, it definitely would be plane. Cheap and fast. I randomly picked up a date to show you the exact flight info and cost:

    Delhi (DEL) to Kathmandu (KTM) - Mon, Jan 23

    Kingfisher Airlines 65 Dep: 12:45pm Arr: 2:40pm 1h 40m Airbus A320 Coach (E)

    Kathmandu (KTM) to Delhi (DEL) - Fri, Jan 27

    Kingfisher Airlines 66 Dep: 3:40pm Arr: 5:20pm 1h 55m Airbus A320 Coach (E)

    The return ticket costs only $170 per person.

  • 10 years ago

    There are no trains Delhi to Nepal. I took a flight from Delhi to Nepal and on way back I'd taken taxi, and it was wonderful exp. traveling across the Himalayas and nature was wonderful experience.

  • 10 years ago

    cheapest in terms of time and money would be air travel.

    I took a flight from Delhi to nepal and on way back I'd taken taxi, and it was wonderful exp. travelling across the himalayas and nature was wonderful experience.

  • Raj
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    No trains, but flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Once from Mumbai, eight from Delhi and four weekly from Kolkata and also thrice from Varanasi.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Visit on team would be glad to help you.....

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    by airlines

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