Kathmandu to Delhi Bus ticket
Kathmandu to Delhi direct bus ticket with Ac with our Delhi Kathmandu Delhi bus agency Kathmandu Nepal. Daily 3 times Bus leave to Delhi from Kathmandu.It cost Rs. 3600 standard bus ticket which is daily leave to Delhi from Kathmandu and Volvo bus leave 3 days in a week which is cost Rs. 3900 NPR. Delhi government Bus , Nepali Ac Bus and Super deluxe Kathmandu to Delhi bus ticket booking agency Green city Travel and Tours. 9851005685 is the phone for booking ticket from Kathmandu to Delhi Kathmandu.Ac deluxe Bus Cost Rs. 3500 because of the discount price from Rs. 3700 NPR.Green City Travel and Tours(p.)Ltd. , one of the leading travel agency for Kathmandu to Delhi Bus service.
Green city travels and tours(p.)Ltd. arranges Kathmandu to Delhi Bus ticket. Morning and Evening Bus service to Delhi from Capital city Kathmandu. Kathmandu Delhi Kathmandu Bus ticket reservation and India tour Package service from our Kathmandu Delhi bus ticket agency. There are three route to go Kathmandu to Delhi Bus. Sunauli,Mahendranagar and Nepalgunj. Kathmandu to Delhi Night Bus Departure at 6 Pm. Air Suspension night Bus to Delhi Via Nepalgunj. Before Pm Modhi inauguration there was also Direct bus service to Delhi but was not Popular as today. Not only Kathmandu to Delhi this time, now it is extended from other cities. Pokhara to Delhi Bus, Mahendranagar to Delhi Bus, Tulsipur to Delhi bus etc.
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Many Delhi passenger frequently ask us is there Charging facility and toilet inside the Bus. What kind of the facility get in Kathmandu to Delhi Bus and Is Woman safe in the Bus. Some passenger ask us, whose Nationality more in the Bus, whether Nepali and Indian. Some Competitors travel agency Kathmandu asking just for the spy the prices and they insist to book without ticket and money giving directly in the bus. This time , is the fashion for the Wifi , and many customer ask us about the wifi and Water facility in the Bus. Actually, we have Deluxe comfortable Bus where is Ac working but might be Charger or No , this is depend on the time. Kathmandu to Delhi Bus has no wifi because of the international Bus and different wifi system Nepal and India. Some agency Buses has a attached toilet this is not running by the Delhi Kathmandu Bus committee only, Kathmandu Delhi private Bus agency. It is best asking us by phone , then it will be Clear.
Kathmandu to Delhi Bus booking by our agency Kathmandu Nepal.3 times bus go to Delhi on Monday,Friday and Wednesday. Every day 2 times bus leaves beside another days. volvo bus is a super deluxe bus , other bus are standard with wifi. Standard bus cost Rs. 3800 Rupees and other super bus cost Rs. 4000 NPR. There are many travel agency Kathmandu selling the online bus ticket to Delhi from Kathmandu.9 Am,1 pm are the bus leaving time to Delhi.
The bus will cover a distance of 1250 km in 30 hours. It will leave at 10 am everyday and will have four halts.
New Delhi, November 25, 2014
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Now, a DTC bus to Kathmandu for Rs 2300
In a further boost to India-Nepal ties, the Delhi-Kathmandu bus service was launched by the Delhi Transport Corporation on Tuesday. The bus will cover a distance of 1250 km in 30 hours.
Flagging off the bus, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said, “This is the same place from where Vajpayee Ji flagged off the Delhi -Lahore bus service. This service is historic.” It will play an integral role in strengthening our ties with Nepal, the leader added.
The bus, which will leave at 10 am everyday, will have four halts in Firozabad, Faizabad, Sunouli and Mugling (Nepal). The fare will be Rs 2300 per passenger. Custom checking will happen at Sunoli border. While Indian and Nepalese passengers will need government approved ID cards, foreign nationals will need their passports for the clearance.
The service has been launched days after the Narendra Modi Cabinet gave nod to signing an agreement on passenger traffic between India and Nepal at the SAARC Summit, scheduled on Wednesday.
Lt Governor Najeeb Jung also called the service a historic move in the Indo-Nepal ties.
On the occasion, Gadkari stressed on the need to have a bus port in Delhi. He also talked about the E Rickshaw permission issue in Delhi. “The process is being expedited,” he said.It will use Volvo or German-made Mercedes buses to ferry passengers across a 1,250-km-long route.The country’s second international bus service, between the Capital and Nepal’s Kathmandu located a little over 1,200 kilometres away, was flagged off from Dr. Ambedkar Stadium Terminal here on Tuesday. A similar facility between New Delhi and Lahore is already available.Union Minister of Transport, Highway and Shipping Nitin Gadkari inaugurated the daily transportation facility, which promises to cut both travelling cost and time for a large number of passengers who have to use various modes of transportation on a long and circuitous route to visit the country. Delhi Lieutenant-Governor (L-G) Najeeb Jung was also present.
Mr. Gadkari said the bus service, which will be operated by the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), was ‘yet another initiative by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to build trust and enduring camaraderie between India and other member states belonging to the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)’ and, though late, ‘still a symbol of India’s commitment to consolidating its relationship with Nepal, its natural ally’.“I congratulate the lucky passengers partaking in this historic journey and encourage passengers on the other side of the border to join in too,” Mr. Gadkari said adding that similar services for other SAARC nations would be on offer soon.The Minister flagged off the maiden instalment of the service – an ostentatiously decorated Swiss-made Volvo bus with 20 passengers, four Sasashtra Seema Bal (SSB) commandos and a five-member ‘route-researching team’ composed of DTC officials on board – a little before 6 p.m.A daily service, it will use Volvo or German-made Mercedes buses to ferry passengers across a 1,250-km-long route consisting of the Yamuna Express Highway, Agra, Firozabad, Kanpur, Lucknow, Gorakhpur and Sunauli before entering Nepalese territory to reach the Capital, Kathmandu.A single ticket is priced at Rs.2,300; photo identification is essential and estimated time of arrival in Nepal is expected to be 30 hours after departure.“The bus will not halt anywhere on the way after leaving the terminal every day at 10 a.m. Passengers can book their tickets 60 days in advance and will soon be able to do this on our website,” said DTC spokesperson, R.S. Minhas.Chatuvan Pradhan, from Kathmandu, said he was fortunate enough to have booked tickets for himself and his family of six on the maiden journey and that trips to Nepal usually took a little over three days and cost upwards of Rs.4,000 per passenger.“We travelled from Manali to Delhi for the trip back home. If it wasn’t for this bus, we would have taken a train to Gorakhpur, a bus to Sunouli and some other mode of transport to further travel into Kathmandu.”
DTC Bus service news (Citation from DTC Bus office)DTC has introduced its “Delhi- Kathmandu-Delhi” International Bus Service with effect from 25th Nov 2014. The Air-Conditioned luxury bus deployed for this service has 2X2 comfortable seating arrangement.
The “Service” is operated from Dr. Ambedkar Stadium Bus Terminal near Delhi Gate.
1. Necessary Travel Documents:
Passengers of Indian or Nepali Nationality are required to have valid Photo-Identity proof issued by respective Government authority like Passport , Voter Identity card for undertaking the journey.
Passengers other than Indian or Nepali Nationality are required to have valid Passport and Visa for undertaking the journey.
2. Booking Office for Tickets:
5 Years & above
Up to 2 years (No entitlement of seat)
4. Advance Booking :
Up to 60 days in advance of the date of journey, after producing the original and photocopies of documents.
5. Refund Towards Cancellation:
Cancellation in less than 24 Hrs. of Scheduled Departure
Cancellation between 24 Hrs. and less than 72 Hrs. before Scheduled Departure.
Cancellation more than 72 Hrs. before the Scheduled Departure.
6. Duplicate Ticket:
In case the loss of ticket is reported by a passenger before commencing journey against a Police Report (NCR), fresh ticket is issued to him as ‘Duplicate Ticket’ against payment of administrative charges of 25% of actual fare, subject to verification of identity of passenger.
Maximum of 29″ long suitcase with a perimeter of 60″ weighing up to 25 kg. is permissible along with one shoulder bag. Free luggage will not be allowed to children below 12 years except a handbag of reasonable size.
8. Guidelines for Packaging:
No valuables such as cash, jewelry, cameras, negotiable papers or business documents should be placed in checked-in-luggage.
9. Restricted Luggage:
Hazardous articles (prohibited by law) are not allowed such as acids, match-boxes, fluids, poisons, inflammables, explosives or compressed gas.
10. Cabin Baggage:
One small handbag is allowed to be kept in the bus cabin.
Baggage and passenger liability is limited by Law/Convention under the jurisdiction of Govt. of India Laws. All buses are insured as per Indian Motor Vehicles Act for commuting passengers between Delhi & Kathmandu and DTC is not liable for any claim/loss whatsoever.
12. Check-in One Hour Before Scheduled Departure:
The passengers are requested to report at the Terminal at least one hour before the scheduled departure of the bus. Reservation will be cancelled if the passenger fails to report for check-in well in time.
13. Schedule Departure Time:
Delhi (Dr. Ambedkar Stadium Bus Terminal, Delhi Gate)
10:00 AM IST
Kathmandu ( Swayambhu)
09:00 AM NST
The bus will halt at three places viz. Firozabad, Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh, India) & Mugling (Nepal). In addition, the bus will also stop at Sanouli (India-Nepal Border) for Customs checking. Passengers travelling between Delhi & Kathmandu will not be allowed to disembark/embark enroute except at the halts indicated above. The passengers are requested to cooperate with the bus crew at the halts to avoid any inconvenience.
The bus will halt at designated halts where the passengers can have food/refreshment at their own cost.
16. Violation of Law:
It is brought to the notice of the passengers that those who violate the law will be dealt with as per the law of the land.
(DTC Bus service news ,Citation from DTC Bus office)
Indo-Nepal ties will get a further boost with PM Modi set to flag off the first official bus service between Kathmandu and Delhi on November 25 during his upcoming visit to attend the 18th SAARC summit.
Kathmandu-Delhi is one of the three routes that Nepal has finalised for the passenger bus service. The other two bus corridors are between Kathmandu-Varanasi and Pokhara-Delhi.It is not clear yet if Modi will take the land route when he travels to Nepal. Though the PM is keen to travel by road, senior officials of road transport ministry said that nothing has been finalised. “We have identified three routes in case the PM chooses to travel by road. But these are poorly maintained and will have to be repaired on an urgent basis,” said an official who did not want to be named.
Work is also underway for launching similar bus services with Bangladesh and Myanmar.
News of Ktm Delhi bus
New Delhi/Kathmandu: In an initiative which will deepen the relations between India and Nepal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala on Tuesday flagged-off the Kathmandu-Delhi bus service called Pashupatinath Express from here.”I wish you all the best, this is a very good beginning,” PM Modi told passengers aboard Kathmandu-Delhi bus.Before flagging off the bus, both the PMs hopped into the bus and interacted with the passengers of the bus, which was decorated with streamers, balloons and flowers.The bus service is touted to be a major boost in terms of trade and tourism and will also strengthen the bilateral ties between the two neighbouring countries.The route, the bus service will follow would be from Kathmandu, Bhairawa, Sanauli, Gorakhpur, Lucknow and New Delhi.PM Modi arrived in Kathmandu today to attend the 18th Saarc Summit to be held Nov 26-27.From Indian side, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari today flagged-off the Delhi-Kathmandu bus service from New Delhi and said the government was planning to start similar services to every neighbouring country soon.
The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) will run the luxury Volvo bus on the Delhi-Kathmandu bus route. The one-way fare of the bus will be Rs 2,300 per person.The bus will complete its journey via Agra, Lucknow and Gorakhpur in 30 hours and cover the distance of 1,250 km.DTC had received a proposal from the PMO for beginning the trans-national service corresponding with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two-day visit to Nepal for the SAARC summit on November 26-27.The bus service is touted to be a major boost in terms of trade and tourism and will also strengthen the bilateral ties between the two neighbouring countries.At present, DTC has been running Delhi-Lahore bus, which was launched by the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in March 1999.As part of its inaugural run on February 19, 1999, Vajpayee went to attend a summit in Lahore in DTC’s Delhi-Lahore bus service where he was received by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at Wagah.On November 1, the corporation had increased the fare of Delhi-Lahore bus service from Rs 1500 to 2400.