Travelling To Nepal? Book DTC’s AC Bus From Delhi To Kathmandu; Here’s How!

by Sanmita A
Travelling To Nepal? Book DTC’s AC Bus From Delhi To Kathmandu; Here’s How!

Travelling to Nepal is more accessible from the national capital, as Maitri bus services launched AC Volvo buses between Delhi and Kathmandu. However, this Nepal bus service was at a halt for some time due to the pandemic. However, in June this year, the buses began to ply again from Delhi to Kathmandu. And, people who wish to take the buses from Delhi can do so. Read to know the timings, route and distance. 

Delhi-Nepal Direct Buses To Run Once Again; All You Need To Know

  • The Delhi to Kathmandu (Nepal) bus services initiates from Dr Ambedkar Stadium Bus terminal, Delhi Gate. 
  • It departs at 10 am in the morning from Delhi.
  • Reportedly, there are plans to start bus services from Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tila to Kathmandu.
  • The Majnu Ka Tila buses plan to run at 5 am. Passengers can embark from Dr Ambedkar Stadium Bus terminal, and eventually, it will depart for Nepal at 7 am
  • The present route of the Delhi-Nepal includes the Delhi-Agra-Kanpur-Lucknow route.
  • The buses will travel a distance of 1250 Km of distance.
  • The Delhi-Kathmandu bus will halt for breakfast and lunch in India and, later, for dinner in Nepal. 
  • Run by Delhi Transport Corporation, a one-time fare on the bus will cost up to ₹2,800 
  • To book the tickets, head to the DTC’s website.
  • The buses will disembark at Swayambhu Manjusree Yatayat point.
  • This bus service leaves from Delhi on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 
  • Return bus services will start on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 


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Why Visit Nepal?

It is said to be one of the cheapest countries to visit from India. And budget travellers who are looking to begin to explore can start their Kathmandu. There are many other pretty and magnificent places to visit in Nepal – Pokhara, Bardia National Park, fascinating Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu’s Durbar Square, Tushahity – the Royal Bath, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and more. Travellers believe that taking the road is one of the best ways to travel to Nepal – considering the scenic and picturesque routes.

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