There is a place that rests between the mightiest mountains in the world and the blooming plains of India, and its name is Nepal. Labelled the Disneyland for backpackers, Nepal is the land of snow-peaks and Sherpas, with traces of mythical magic scattered all over its medieval streets. The place appeals to every kind of traveller, and for honeymooners, there is so much on offer here.
By air: There are daily flights to Kathmandu (Tribhuvan International Airport) from New Delhi which take a little over 90 minutes.
By road: Kathmandu is 1150 kilometres from New Delhi. This journey can be completed in three days via the Agra-Lucknow Expressway.
Indian passport holders do not require a visa to enter Nepal, and can reside permanently as citizens of Nepal with no restrictions (because 1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship allows free movement of people between the two nations on a reciprocal basis.)
What to see and do
Here’s a 5-day itinerary for you to consider. (Ideally, you should spend the first two days in Kathmandu and the last two days in Nagarkot.)