Tibet Nepal Bhutan TourTibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

  • Duration13 Days
  • DestinationMulti Destinations
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Group Size 2 + 10
  • Starts Lhasa
  • Ends Kathmandu
  • Activity Walking & Tour

This Tibet Nepal Bhutan tour is a multi-destination tour that will give you a chance to encounter the social features of slopes and valleys and get hypnotized by the amazing places of the country through the Tibet Nepal Bhutan tour package.

Multi country holiday package has been brought for nomads to explore and enjoy the wonders and offerings of all three sides of the Himalayas.

  • Explore once the home of Dalai lamas in 17th Century, the unique architectural style, 1100 room Potala Palace.
  • Visit the old Thamel, shopping bazaar; see the wide range of parts of Nepalese life.
  • Explore the shocking sights of the Do Chula Pass, experience the peacefulness of Buddhist religious communities and the breathtaking landscape of this mountain kingdom in Bhutan.

The wider aspect of the Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

The whole11 days Tibet Nepal Bhutan tour involves exciting Street drives through some of the mesmerizing spots of the world like Lhasa involving an extremely valuable adventure to the spiritualist land. In the Tibet Nepal Bhutan trip, we also proceed with our tour through the Tibetan level until we cross Nepal’s astounding places which gives a truly mind-boggling background through a vista of terrific rugged scenes, the shocking snow-clad mountains including enjoying perspective on Mt.Everest, amazing profound valleys, superb slope tops. The great Potala Palace in Bhutan can be explored and experienced clearing upward to the sky while the air of harmony plagues the religious Buddhist shelter high up in the reach of the Himalayas. Through the tour, you will be diving into the clamor and diverse assortment of the Kathmandu Valley. Religious communities, engine bicycles, and a thousand distinct encounters anticipate the guest to this clamoring Nepalese state house city. Visit the old Thamel, shopping bazaar, and see the wide range of parts of Nepalese life as you explore and appreciate the energy that exercises the imprint of this intriguing spot. Also explore Nepal's astounding illustrious living arrangements, sacred temples, Buddhist holy places, pagodas, and a lot more in Kathmandu day visit. Your visit will take you by methods for private vehicles to the central goals around the city, connecting with you in the region's history and culture. Close your excursion with the rush of a wilderness experience somewhere down in the wildernesses of Chitwan. You will leave away with recollections of such memories which are certain to last an actual existence time through our multi-destination trip. Take on this tour for the Himalayan Dreams experience with a life-changing tour!

From the amazing perspectives on Mt. Everest as you fly to Bhutan to the shocking sights of the Do Chula Pass, experience the peacefulness of Buddhist religious communities and the breathtaking landscape of this mountain kingdom. Be moved by the glow of its kin and marvel at the one-of-a-kind character and capacities of the design and the craving to make a quiet and otherworldly kingdom. From the forested heaps of Bhutan, watch the landscape change to the desolate slopes of Tibet. Be propelled by the peacefulness of its kind and the breathtaking glory that originates from the unmistakable and excellent wide open. Proceed with an excursion Kingdom of Bhutan, the least contaminated, beautiful, and disengaged nation offering you the chance to encounter the genuine appeal of Bhutan's harmonious way of life. We leave the sensational religious communities, gigantic mountain reaches, and the widely varied vegetation of Bhutan. We abandon everything and convey our recollections and trip back home.

Contact Nepal Nomad for the Tibet Nepal Bhutan tour itinerary or for any other questions on the trip.


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      Move to the air terminal and fly to Lhasa. The one-hour trip to Lhasa is an undertaking in itself. Taking off from Kathmandu, the plane flies close by the eastern Himalayas to the extent Mt. Everest and after that turns north with enormous snow pinnacles topping off the left-hand side windows. The mountains drop away and you are skimming over the infertile Tibetan level to contact down at Gonggar Airport, 85 km from Lhasa. (Kathmandu – 1300 mt, Lhasa 3600 mt). Arrive Gonggar air terminal and move to Lhasa. Night stay at Hotel.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Welcome Dinner with coffee/tea

      Morning visit to Potala, which was initially developed in 637 by Songtsen Gampo, the principal lord of the assembled Tibet, and later extended and filled in as the winter habitation of the Dalai Lamas just as the religious-political nexus of conventional Tibet. Toward the evening visit Jokhang temple, the focal point of the Tibetan Buddhism and the holy place that is known for Buddhist devotees where endless explorers want revere ordinary. The temple, worked in 647, is the most punctual wood-and-stone work structure as yet existing in Tibet. Encompassing the Jokhang Temple is the clamoring Barkhor Market place which is the religious and social focal point of Lhasa. Night-stay at Hotel.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      In the morning visit Drepung cloister the hallowed place that is known for Gelukpa faction, which was made in 1416 and the second, third and fourth Dalai Lama once lived in. Toward the evening visit Sera religious community, which was made in 1419 and has consistently been a significant Buddhist theological school. As roses are planted wherever in the religious community, it is likewise called "the court of wild roses". Today still 200 lamas live there.

      Visit Norbulinka, the name signifies "jeweled Garden", a fitting title for these 200 years of Age Park, extending over 360,000sq meter. The 370 room summer castle where the fourth Dalai Lama lived. Night stay at Hotel.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      Transfer to the air terminal and fly back to Kathmandu. Upon entry in Kathmandu, move to Hotel. Explore Bhaktapur, otherwise called Bhadgaon city, home of medieval craftsmanship and design. This city, molded like a conch-shell, covers a territory of 4 square miles. Bhaktapur implies a city of the fans. Stoneware and weaving are its conventional ventures. This Durbar Square has incalculable sanctuaries and design masterpieces like the Lion Gate, the statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, the image exhibition, the Golden Gate, the Palace of 55 Windows, the Batsala Temple, the Bell of Barking Dogs and Pashupatinath Temple.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      Visit Pashupatinath Temple which is the most extravagant and holiest Hindu temple committed to Lord Shiva. It is 6 km east of Kathmandu and a focal point of the yearly journey upon the arrival of Maha Shivaratri which falls in the period of February/March. This temple is arranged in the midst of a rich green normal setting on the bank of the consecrated Bagmati River. The temple, in Pagoda style, has a gold plated, two-level rooftop and lavishly cut silver entryways which are celebrated for their great engineering. The reason of this sanctuary is available just to Hindus. Guests and non-Hindus are allowed to see the temple just from the east bank of River Bagmati. Lunch at Boudha Kitchen.

      At that point proceed with your visit of Boudhanath, worked in fifth century A.D. by Lichchhavi King ManaDev is on an octagonal base inset with supplication wheels. This gigantic and old Stupa is one of the greatest on the planet and has all according to Lord Buddha in four cardinal ways, keeping the unceasing watch over the individuals and their doings. This circular Stupa is held in extraordinary adoration both by the Lam as of Nepal and Tibet. Night stay at Hotel.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      In the morning visit Swayambhunath Temple, located in the northwest of Kathmandu. Swayambhunath is the most visited holy Buddhist sites of Nepal. After visiting Monkey temple, the important and center place of Kathmandu, Visit Kathmandu Durbar Square. It is also called Hanuman Dhoka. The Durbar Square holds castles of the Malla and Shah Kings. This square is also home of different divine gods and goddess.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      Drive to Kathmandu Airport for the trip to Paro. Druk Air – Bhutan's national transporter). During 1 and half hour emotional trip to the township of Paro, you will catch all-encompassing perspective on Great Himalaya in the north including Everest, Kanchenjunga and southern fields. As we gradually move Nepal and not long after we see Chomolhari and Jichudrake in Bhutan. In the wake of energizing methodology through Bhutanese lower regions we land at the modest airstrip in the lovely Paro Valley. We will at that point drive to Thimphu. When you reach Thimphu, you will maybe understand that the city isn't what a great many people believe it to resemble. This is basically on the grounds that it is not the same as different urban areas. It is maybe the main capital city on the planet with no traffic lights. Truth be told there were no autos in Thimphu till 1962. Overnight at the Hotel in Thimpu. Night free stroll in Thimphu.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      Today, you will tour from Paro Valley to Taktsang Monastery, which is ordinarily known as Tiger's Nest. Standing 3000 meters high on the cliff, it is one of the most consecrated locales in Bhutan.The trekking to Taktsang is a difficult one and you can reach there by strolling or horseback. Beginning with a delicate backwoods climb, you will pass a stream and some petition wheels, as the trail gets more extreme and more extreme. In transit, there is a decent teahouse where you have a brief rest and have an extraordinary perspective on the cloister. As you proceed with your trek, you will move to the survey point which is the best spot to take photographs of Taktsang. From that point onward, the trail goes down until you make it to the passage. It would be ideal if you note that you will be required to leave your rucksacks, telephones and cameras during the visit. Subsequent to visiting the religious community, trek down the mountain and head back to Paro. Remaining night stay in Paro.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      In the first part of the day we will visit to the National Library. There is an incredible accumulation of Buddhist original copies here. The Folk and Heritage exhibition hall is the one spot where you can see the way of life and way of life of the Bhutanese previously. We will likewise visit the Memorial Chorten worked in memory and respect of King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, father of the present lord. A ton of outsiders are disoriented with the models and Buddhist depictions that they find in Bhutan. So as to perceive how it is done, we will go to the Painting school where you can see understudies painting Thankas and chiseling and cutting wood.

      After lunch, visit Simtokha Dzong. This is perhaps the most seasoned fortification in Bhutan. It was worked in 1629 AD. It houses the biggest devout schools in the nation. Visit Tashichho Dzong, the fundamental secretariat building. This monstrous structure houses some portion of the administration Ministries, the workplace of the King and the Throne Room. It likewise houses the Central Monastic Body and the living quarters of the Chief Abbot and the senior priests. After sightseeing we will go back to Paro. Night stay at hotel.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      We will reach the Paro airport on day ten and reach towards Kathmandu as we finally come to the end of the amazing tour.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with tea/coffee

      Day 13 is the day of goodbye. The trip here now ends.

      • Accommodation:Hotel
      • Meals:Farewell Breakfast.
      What's Included
      • Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) in Bhutan
      • Meals (breakfast and hotel accommodation only) in Nepal and Tibet.
      • Nepal local flights
      • Guided sightseeing tour as mentioned in the itinerary
      • English-speaking, government-licensed local guide for sightseeing
      • Entry and permit fees during a Sightseeing tour
      • Bhutan visa fee and special permit
      • Tibet Travel Permit
      • Airport picks up and departure drops
      What's not Included
      • Lunch and dinner in  Nepal and Tibet
      • Nepal Visa fee
      • Tibet/Chinese visa fee
      • Travel and medical insurance
      • International flight (Lhasa- Kathmandu, Kathmandu - Paro- Kathmandu)
      • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bills, snacks, phone calls, internet.)
      • Tips for guide and driver (tipping is expected)
      • Any unseen expenses due to circumstances beyond our control