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Potala Palace of Lhasa - home of the 14th Dalai Lama and most of his prior incarnations
Tibetan rural life and the Kumbum Monastery in Gyantse
Bad monks incarnate - the stray dogs of Tibetan monasteries
The cliff-cut road to the border town of Zhangmu
Tashilhunpo Monastery - the traditional seat of the Panchen Lama
The North Face of Mount Everest from Rongbuk (5000m)
Tibetan traditions at Labrang Monastery
The Buddhist experience
Prayer flag frenzy
Buddhism's birthplace in Lumbini
Having a (eye)ball in Nepal
Aint' no mountain high enough
Bodhnath Stupa of Kathmandu - one of the biggest Buddhist shrines in the world
Pokhara's lake and panoramic views
Summit Island Peak
Kathmandu’s hidden old town
Annapurna South Base Camp
Everest Base Camp and the notorious Everest Ice Fall
17th Century Thyangboche Monastery
Kala Patar (5545m) - the best vantage point to see Mount Everest
Namche Bazaar – the gateway to the High Himalaya
The wildlife of Chitwan National Park
The cultural and physical diversity of Nepal's Annapurna region
  • Trips & tours in Himalaya

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  • Five facty-things about India & Nepal

    • Is there a shortened version?
      India’s longest train station is called Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta.
    • Widow’s luck:
      A widow is considered bad luck in India – otherwise her husband wouldn’t have died.
    • Touchy:
      It’s considered offensive to touch anything with your feet in Nepal (shoes and floors are obvious exceptions).
    • The ancient art of plastic surgery:
      Apparently the first recorded account of plastic surgery was found in ancient Indian Sanskrit texts.
    • Individuality:
      Nepal’s flag is the only one in the world that’s not rectangular or quadrilateral (that means a four-sided shape).
  • Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments

    The Road to Delhi

    Susan - Australia, 1 Feb, 2104
    Overall Rating

    Travelling with Geckos we really experienced the culture or the countries we visited. Our tour leaders were local and enthusiastically kept us informed of history, safety precautions and took us to places where we could best experience the country and its people. Don't expect luxury as the price doesn't include this but using varying modes of transport and staying in a variety of accommodation all added to the experience.

    The Road to Delhi

    Chloe - Australia, 1 Feb, 2104
    Overall Rating

    Amazing trip, naggi is a very passionate knowledgable tour leader who made us fall in love with India

    The Road to Delhi

    Lisa and Johnny - Australia, 2 Feb, 2104
    Overall Rating

    A great experience led by excellent leaders who cared for us and gave us great advice. Covered the major parts of Nepal and Northern India and if not, suggestions were made by the guides as appropriate.

  • Where we go in Himalaya