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Delhi-Kathmandu Bus Service
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:
Dr. Ambedkar Stadium Bus Terminal ( Delhi Gate)
Tel. – No.011-23318180, 011-23712228
|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.
Page last updated on: 15,Feb 2019