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Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

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Nepal Tibet and Bhutan tour in one single package - escorted luxury trip from Kathmandu

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The team of Himalaya Holiday Service (HHS) Pvt. Ltd. has been leading tours in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan Himalayas since 1995. Our expert local guides enable you to experience the high adventures and local cultures set against the beautiful backdrop of the Himalayan peaks. It’s a setting where joy and tranquillity prevail.

The Himalaya Holiday Service, well-trained professional local tour guides, leaders, and trekking Sherpas ensure that everything runs smoothly. Guides are fluent in English and have studied with American and British Teachers. We give you a deeper insight into the land and its people in Lhasa, Nepal, and Bhutan. We encourage you to experience in a memorable and wonderful tour and Travel that comes once in a lifetime.

Our experienced Tour Leaders will bring the history and culture of your destination to life, as well as ensure the smooth, flexible, and safe operation of all aspects of your trip of Multi Countries a travel holiday.

Some of the most popular multi-country tours are:

  1. Kathmandu, Thimpu, Paro, and Lhasa Tibet Tour 14 days
  2. India, Kathmandu Nepal, Bhutan, and Lhasa  Tibet Tour 22 days
  3. Nepal and Tibet Tours 13 to 15 days
  4. Lhasa, Kathmandu Nepal and Paro Bhutan Tours 10 to 14 days
  5. Kathmandu, Lhasa Tibet, and Bhutan Tours 14 to 16 days
  6. 13 days classic Tibet Nepal Bhutan overland tour Itinerary and cost
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Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

The multi-country  Lhasa Tibet, Pokhara, Kathmandu, and Thimphu Bhutan tour is a family-friendly tour and can be done by almost everyone. You may even take on this tour alone if you will. This tour is more like a leisure holiday that does not consist of exhausting treks or hikes and rather is a tour of relaxation as well as learning. Bhutan, Kathmandu Nepal, and Tibet tours can be done throughout the year. However, the best time to go for this tour is around the months of April to May and September to November. These months consist of moderate temperatures and clear weather. We take care of Tibet and Bhutan Visa, whereas Nepal visa is easy on arrival.

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Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Himalayan countries Nepal Tibet and Bhutan tour

Multi-Country Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour Multi-country tours lets you experience the beauty of numerous Asian countries within a single tour. To experience the magnificence of multiple countries within a single tour plan, is surely a wonderful journey. Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet are countries blessed with the heavenly beauty of the Himalayas. Similarly, Myanmar is also famous for its tropical forests and historic ruins. Multi country tours are tour programs that have flexible itineraries that take you to more than one country. It is also a great way to learn and witness the natural as well as cultural beauty of different countries one after the other.

All these five nations of the multi country tour are unique in their own ways. Nepal is known as the land of Himalayas and possess magnificent natural as well as cultural beauty. It consists of over 10 UNESCO world heritage sites. You can explore the ancient cities of Nepal where you can find historic palaces, temples and stupas. The towering hills will follow you wherever you go and the magnificent mountains will be standing tall behind them. Experience the diverse culture and learn about the lives of the local people. Tibet lies on a raised plateau that is elevated above 4,000 meters from sea level. It is famous for its culture and religion. En route to Tibet, the scenic flight takes you above the Himalayas between Nepal and Lhasa. Some famous places to visit are: Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Jokhang Temple etc. Similarly family-friendly Bhutan is another ravishing country. Resting in its tranquil state amidst the peaceful nature, Bhutan is a beautiful country and also the world’s only carbon negative country. As much as the natural beauty has been preserved, the culture, tradition and religion has been equally kept in its truest of forms. Some famous places to tour in Bhutan are: Paro Taktsang, Punakha Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, National Museum of Bhutan, etc. India is where the myths and legends come alive. This majestic nation thrives in the diversity of language, art, and ethnic culture. Apart from the vibrant festivals, spicy cuisines, and diverse culture, the natural beauty of India is truly enchanting. Myanmar, which lies further in the south-east Asia, is also renowned for its lush forests filled with incredible bio-diversity and sites which are archaeologically rich.

How to get visa for Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour ?

  • Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour permit is pre-arranged by Himalaya Holiday Service and will send to you one week before the travel date. You need to carry the printed copy which needs to present before flying to Bhutan or Tibet with your passport and flight ticket.
  • Nepal visa is easily available on arrival so please bring 2 passport size photos. You need to pay USD 25 for 15 days multiple entry visas, and USD 40 for 30 days multiple entry visas.
  • For Tibet, we need a Tibet travel permit and a Chinese visa. If you are entering Tibet from Nepal must apply for a Tibet china visa in Kathmandu, So we (Himalaya Holiday Service – HHS) will take care Tibet visa with the original passport while you are in Kathmandu. If you are entering Tibet from mainland China must bring a china visa from your Home. Your china visa copy must send to us one month before the travel date so please make sure you apply and get a china visa on time.
  • Your passport must be valid over 6 months beyond the end of the travel date.

How to travel between Nepal Tibet and Bhutan?

  • Between Nepal and Tibet can travel by air in one hour flight or by overland too but need 4 wheel drive takes 4-8 days one way for overland driving tour.
  • Flight between Nepal and Tibet is available 7 days a week by Air China and Sichuwan air.
  • Between Nepal and Bhutan have daily flights by Druk air and Bhutan Airlines.
  • There is no direct transportation connection between Tibet and Bhutan so must travel via Kathmandu Nepal.

How to get to Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet?

  • To fly to Bhutan, there are flights available from Bangkok, Kathmandu, Delhi, Calcutta, Singapore, Dhaka and Bagdogra.
  • To reach Lhasa Tibet, only international airport is from Kathmandu to Lhasa. From China few airports have regular flights from Chengdu, Beijing and Shanghai.
  • Access to Kathmandu Nepal has more with multiple flights from different countries; Hong-Kong, Tibet Lhasa, Paro Bhutan, Delhi, Calcutta , Malaysia, Dubai, Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Singapore, Kore, Istanbul and more.

What kind of hotels are available in Nepal Bhutan Tibet tour packages ?

  • Nepal and Tibet have 3 stars, 4 stars and 5 stars hotels choices and limited resorts in major Destinations, we use the best one in best location so it helps our travelers to move around during their free time, for lunch and dinner.
  • Bhutan has very good quality 3 stars accommodations, A grade hotels which are like 4 stars and Luxury hotels are similar to 5 stars but cost are different than regular five stars. All luxury brand hotels have special rates so need to choose and book in advance before they get sold out, they require full payment in advance.

How about Guides, Vehicles and Drivers in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan ?

In all countries we use local guides, cars, and drivers. Drivers and Guides are different person. All guides are trained by government to work as Guide. so we use local expert guides who are fluent in English. if you need special language (other than English) guide need to ask in advance. In all arrival places in Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal Local guides will be waiting with your name card.

How to get Visa

Bhutan visa is pre arranged by Himalaya Holiday Service and will send to you one week before the travel date. You need to carry the printed copy which need to present before flying to Bhutan with your passport and flight ticket.

Nepal visa is easily available on arrival so please bring 2 passport size photos. You need to pay USD 25 for 15 days multiple entry visas, and USD 40 for 30 days multiple entry visa.

For Tibet we need Tibet travel permit and Tibet china visa. If you are entering Tibet from Nepal must apply Tibet china visa in Kathmandu, So we (Himalaya Holiday Service - HHS) will take care Tibet visa with original passport. If you are Entering Tibet from mainland china must bring china visa from your Home. Your china visa copy must send to us one month before the travel date so please make sure you apply and get china visa on time.

How to Enter

To fly to Bhutan, there are flights available from Bangkok, Kathmandu, Delhi, Calcutta, Singapore, Dhaka and Bagdogra. To reach Lhasa Tibet, only international airport is from Kathmandu to Lhasa. From China few airports have regular flights - Chengdu, Beijing and Shanghai. Access to Kathmandu Nepal has more with multiple flights from different countries; Hong-Kong, Tibet Lhasa, Paro Bhutan, Delhi, Calcutta , Malaysia, Dubai, Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Singapore, Kore, Istanbul and more.

How to Travel

Between Nepal and Tibet can travel by air in one hour flight or by overland too but need 4 wheel drive takes 4-8 days one way. Flight between Nepal and Tibet is only 3 days a week by Air China. Sichuan Air also flying between Lhasa and Kathmandu 3 times per week. Between Nepal and Bhutan have daily flights. There is no direct transportation connection between Tibet and Bhutan so must travel via Kathmandu Nepal.

Guides, Vehicles & Drivers

In our classic Tibet Nepal Bhutan overland tour we use local guides and drivers. Drivers and Guides are different person. All guides are trained by local government to work as a guide. So we use local expert guides who are fluent in English. If you need special language (other than English) guide need to ask in advance and pay extra supplement. In all arrival places in Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal Local guides will be waiting with your name card.

Luxury Trips Nepal Tibet Bhutan

Both Nepal and Tibet have 5 stars hotels and resorts in Major cities like Kathmandu Dwarika hotel and resort, Pokhara Fishtail lodge or Tiger mountain resort, chitwan Tharu village by Tiger tops, Nagarkot Club himalaya, Dhulikhel Dwarika and Lhasa St. Regis and Shangrila. Bhutan has very good Luxury hotels similar to 5 stars like Uma paro and punakha, Taj Tashi, Le meredian Paro and Thimpu, Dhensa resort, Aman kora resorts but cost are different than regular five stars. All luxury brand hotels have special rates so need to choose and book in advance. We offer luxury trips Nepal Tibet Bhutan based on best available luxury resorts, hotels transportation and other facilities.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour Itinerary and packages

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, Thimpu stupa and Pothala palace TibetDay 01: Arrival Kathmandu You may arrive at the Tribhuwan International Airport of Nepal at any time. Upon your arrival, one of our airport representatives will greet you. He will help you get transferred to your Hotel. Overnights stay at the Hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu, Tour of Pashupatinath/Bhaktapur/Patan Today, you will be presented with a guided sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu valley. The sites around the valley that you will be touring are the Pashupatinath Temple and the three Durbar Squares of Patan, Bhaktapur, and Kathmandu. Each site is quite elaborative in terms of art and architecture, built in the traditional Newa style and ornamented with amazing woodwork, stone masonry, and metal craft. Likewise, the cities also offer historical context into Nepal's glorious and religious past. Overnights stay at the Hotel.

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa You will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Lhasa. The flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa takes about 1 hour. Upon arriving at Lhasa, you will be met with our Tibet guide, who will transfer you to your Hotel. There are no planned activities for the day, so you may check into your Hotel and relax. Overnights stay at the Hotel in Lhasa.

Day 04: Lhasa This is the day where you will visit the Potala Palace in the morning. It is the winter palace of the Dalai Lama and represents Tibetan Buddhism and its main role in the traditional administrative aspects of Tibet. The Potala Palace and its complex are built on the Red Mountain in the center of Lhasa Valley. After the Potala Palace, you will then visit the Sera Monastery and the Norbulingka Palace. The Sera Monastery is one of the great three Gelug monasteries of Tibet. The Norbulingka Palace likewise, is located on the western edge of Lhasa at the banks of the Kyichu River. After the tour, you will be dropped back to your Hotel. Overnights stay at the Hotel in Lhasa.

Day 05: Explore Lhasa further Today, you will visit the Drepung Monastery in the morning. The Drepung Monastery is situated at the foot of the Gambo Utse Mountain. It is one of the most important monasteries of Tibet. After that, you will be visiting the Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street. The Jokhang Temple is considered one of the most important temples of the Tibetan Buddhist sect; Barkhor Street surrounds the temple and presents a vibrant cultural presentation of Lhasa's attributes. After the tour, you will be dropped back at the Hotel. Overnights stay at the Hotel in Lhasa.

Day 06: Lhasa - Gyantse – Shigatse You will follow the Friendship Highway, driving past the Khamba La Pass (4794 m). Along the way, you can also appreciate majestic views of the Yamdrok-Tso Lake, a deep blue lake that holds a holy relevance, and the Nazin Kang Sang glacier that is situated at an elevation of 7,252 meters. Westwards, you will come across the Karo La Pass. Glancing along the road, you can see huge glaciers tumbling down into the plateau floor. After hours of driving, you will enter the town of Gyantse where you will see beautiful terrains and Tibetan villages. Overnights stay at the guesthouse.

Day 07: Shigatse – Xegar You will have a drive towards Xegar, traveling on a road that steadily increases in elevation and angle slant. The drive presents you with the sight of a typical Tibetan landscape where the terrain is a vast expanse of aid plateau wasteland with the occasional rising mound of brown and caramel hills rising in the distance. You will cross the Lalung La Pass to reach Xegar. The pass presents amazing views of mountain peaks like the Cho Oyu and the Shishapangma Peak. Overnights stay at the guesthouse.

Day 08: Xegar - Rongbuk - Everest Base Camp – Rongbuk Today, you will be going to the foot of the world's highest peak via Tingri. The Tibetans call Everest the Chomolungma. A jeep will drive you to Rongbuk from where you will hike for about 2 hours to reach Everest base camp. After taking in the views, you will return to Rongbuk. Overnights stay at the guesthouse.

Day 09: Rongbuk – Zhangmu Today, you will leave the Tibetan plateau bypassing the high passes of the Lalung La and the Thong La. The journey is filled with spectacular views of the Himalayas of Tibet and Nepal. After crossing the passes, the terrain then changes to green acreages. From Rongbuk, you will then drive between big hills and follows the river to Zhangmu. Overnights stay in the guesthouse.

Day 10: Zhangmu – Kathmandu From Zangmu, you will drive along the Friendship Bridge {border} back to Kathmandu. You will say goodbye to the Tibetan plateau and drive about 5 hours for Kathmandu, passing along different landscapes of the Nepali hills and river valleys. Overnights stay in the hotel.

Day 11: From Kathmandu take a flight to Paro and drive to Thimphu From Kathmandu, you will then fly to the Paro International Airport. From Paro, you will then drive to Thimpu, driving along the beautiful Paro countryside. Overnights stay at a hotel in Thimpu.

Day 12: Thimpu Sightseeing Tour and drive to Punakha Today, you will have a beautiful sightseeing tour of Thimpu- the capital of Bhutan. Places of interest around Thimpu include the Memorial Chorten, the Simtokha Dzong, the Folk Heritage Museum, the Trashichhoe dzong, and the Changangkha Lhakhang among others. The Memorial Chorten houses paintings and statues that provide a deep insight into Buddhist philosophy. Likewise, the Simtokha Dzong houses the Institute for Language and Cultural Studies; it is also the most noteworthy Dzong in Thimpu, mainly because of its artistic style. The Tarshichhoe Dzong, likewise, is also known as "the fortress of the glorious religion" and houses the main secretariat. Then, you will drive to Punakha. Overnights stay at the guesthouse.

Day 13: Punakha Sightseeing Tour You will have a sightseeing tour in Punakha today. You will visit the Simtokha Dzong- an important historical monument and a former Buddhist monastery. After that, you will then drive to Paro. The sightseeing tour includes visiting Paro's Rinpung Dzong, a large Dzong whose name translates as "heap of jewels". It also houses the Thongdroel- a precious Thanka-appliqué work displayed to the public during the Paro Tshechu Festival. Another site during the tour includes the National Museum of Bhutan and the Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang. It is located on the edge of a hill between the Paro valley and the Dopchari Valley. Overnights stay at the guesthouse.

Day 14: Paro, Tour of Taksang Monastery and Explore Paro Market Another famous site of the Paro city is the Tiger's Nest Monastery- a prominent Himalayan Buddhist sacred site that hangs precariously on a cliff at 3,120 meters about 900 meters above the Paro valley. This monastery is known for its thirteen Taktshang, translated as "tiger's lair"- hollow caves in which Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated. After exploring the monastery, you will then explore the Paro market where you can find lots of amazing souvenirs and can also experience the lively bustling cityscape of Paro. Overnights stay at the hotel.

Day 15: Fly back to Kathmandu and departure onward From Paro, you will then fly back to Kathmandu.


Tour Information about Tibet About Tibet: Tibet is an autonomous region located at the South-Western region of China. The region is located at an average altitude of 4000m from sea level, which has resulted in its diverse topographical variations. It is basically divided into 3 geographical sections: west, south and east. The western segment, also known as the North Tibet Plateau, covers 66% of Tibet. The southern region of Tibet is made up for the most part of valleys and is arranged between towering Himalayas. Similarly, the eastern area is involved to a great extent of canyons set apart by a delicate drop-in elevation. Taking about the culture and people living here, Tibet is home to Tibetan People along with other ethnic groups such as Monpa, Tamang, Qlang, Sherpa, and Lhoba. The majority of the locals here follow Tibetan-Buddhism. However, few are also known to follow Animism.

Country Visa and Entry Procedure: Anyone willing to visit Tibet via requires a Tibet Travel Permit (locally known as Tibet Visa) in addition to a Chinese Visa. Without this, you won't be able to board a train or flight to Tibet.  If you are planning for a visit from Nepal, then you are required to travel with a Tibet Group Visa. It can be obtained through the joined effect of travel agencies in Lhasa and Kathmandu.  It basically consists of a paper with list of all travelers' name.  Visitors are required to provide a copy (scan) of passport and a scanned copy of Tibet/Chinese visa. It is also extremely important to carry your official documents with you wherever you travel in Tibet. Popular Destinations to Visit: Tibet attracts surreal numbers of visitors to admire its natural beauty and old religious culture. One of the most beautiful locations is the Potala Palace. At this UNESCO world heritage site, you will encounter precious Buddhist sculptures, murals, and many Buddhist statues. Another extravagant place in Tibet that carries cultural importance is Jokhang Temple which holds a spiritual importance to Buddhist pilgrims. Similarly, if you are looking for scenic views then Lake Yamdrok is a must visit. The exotic view of Everest is the dream of many hikers and trek enthusiasts. Located at the northern front of the Mt. Everest (8848m), Tibet offers you the opportunity to embrace the true beauty of this snowcapped giant. Similarly, Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon is another must-visit location. Other than the above mentioned locations, there are many beautiful places that one can visit in Tibet. Some of the locations include Lulang Forest, Norbulingka, and Mt Kailash, Namtso. Things to do in Tibet: Tibet is majorly known for its breathing taking trek experiences. Since it's located at the outskirts of India, Burma, Bhutan, Sikkim, and Nepal the region is mostly encompassed by elevated mountain ranges and hills. It is also known for being the most elevated region on Earth thus, the name, Roof of the World. Other than treks, touring is also a major possibility for those wish to experience the natural and cultural magnificence of this region. As the region is host to different Buddhist monasteries, tours allow you to immerse in Tibetan Buddhism.  Along with that, visitors get to explore the true Tibetan culture. You can also witness different Tibetan festivals and blend into the culture by indulging the local cuisine. Getting a local taste of the Tibetan food is a must during the trip.  Other than this you can also visit different local architectural attractions. Apart from different monasteries, the region hosts different palaces, ruins, museum, garden, and temples that one can visit. Trekking seasons in Tibet: Altitude plays a major role when traveling in Tibet. Tibet is located at extremely high elevation which makes its weather conditions extremely unpredictable during most time of the year. Spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October) seasons are considered the best time for going on a trek in Tibet. During these times of the year, there is extremely less amount of rainfall to interrupt the treks. Similarly, the temperature is also moderate, that makes walking in the wilderness much easier. Also the skies are clearer giving the best possible views of the landscape. Treks are also possible during winter; however, the temperature is extremely cold in most part of the region. And most the areas are covered with snow. Withal, in areas around Lhasa, it's not so cold and some treks can be done. During summer, the weather is warmer with highest amount of rainfall which increases the danger of mudslides. Nonetheless, the rain increases the oxygen level making acclimatization a bit easier during the summer. Altitude Sickness: With majority of the region being located at higher elevation, Altitude sickness is a major issue faced by the visitors and trekkers in Tibet. Typically, the symptoms of Altitude Sickness start at an altitude of 2400m from the sea level. Its basic symptoms include dizziness, nausea, shortening of breath, and headaches. At higher elevation oxygen level is very low due to the decreased air pressure and when your body doesn’t get enough time for acclimation, the situation may result into altitude sickness. Usually the instances of AMS are very mild and it heals quickly. However in some rare case, the situation can get severe affecting lungs and brain. Basic Medications for this may include lungs inhaler, dexamethasone (reduces brain swelling), blood pressure medicines, pulse medicine, and aspirin.  Similarly trekkers are recommended to return to lower altitude, reduce any kind of heavy activities and drink a lot of water. Travel Insurance: Travel Insurances are a must when traveling to the remote areas of Tibet. However, one must be wary when choosing the correct travel insurance as well. These arrangements must cover ambulances or emergency helicopter evacuation. A few policies prohibit dangerous activities like boating/rafting and trekking as well. Having a Trip Cancellation Insurance can be extremely helpful. The insurance policy can be particularly helpful when going to western or eastern Tibet as these regions are shut down with next to zero warning. You also must be careful keep all documentation if you need to guarantee the claim later. Meals and Accommodations: The normal meals in Tibet incorporate Tibetan food, Sichuan cuisines, and western style dishes. Some restaurants inside the hotel even provide Nepalese and Indian cuisine. Note that Sichuan dishes in Tibet are more costly than in different parts of China. Also, these restaurants additionally serve western delicacies. Regarding the accommodation, visitors are not recommended to have any high expectations. There are deluxe hotels in Lhasa and other big cities like Shigatse and Gyantse that are reasonably good.  Similarly, some hotels, lodges, and guest houses provide services of accommodation to travelers. They offer you with dormitory or teahouse accommodations with 3 to 4 bed rooms. Banking ATM's and Money: Tibet, being a part of China, uses the same currency (Yuan or Chinese Renminbi) as the other cities in China. It is available in form of notes and coins. There are two major points that one needs to know before going on a trip to Tibet: 1) foreign currency cannot be directly used in Tibet, 2) coins of 1 Yuan and below are not accepted in Tibet. Foreign Currency and traveler's check can only be exchanged at Bank of China. There is a major branch of it in Lhasa and multiple sub branches in cities like Shigatse, Shannan, Qamdo, Nagqu and Nyingchi. Visitors are not recommended to use Credit cards as a mean of payment since they are accepted only by big hotels, few shopping malls and Bank of China. Most of the ATM's do not provide the option of cash advance for credit cards. This means you have to directly go to the main branch. Internet and Communication: Most lodges, bistros, restaurant, and hotels offer free Wi-Fi. Nonetheless, using the internet through 3G or 4G services is comparatively more reliable and its coverage is good in central Tibet. There are many online cafés in major towns, but only a few allow outsiders to computers. Most of the social networking sites like Facebook and sites like Google along with applications like WhatsApp are inaccessible inside China except if you utilize a VPN.  However, the software needs to be downloaded before entering china. Buying a local Sim-Card can be helpful but is extremely complicated to as it requires Chinese citizenship.  Similarly public telephones are available throughout of towns but. Major hotels in Lhasa offers the facility of IDD (International Direct Dial), but is quite expensive. Internal Flight Delays: Internal flight delays are common in Tibet. The roof of the world is located at extremely high altitude (average elevation of 4000m) and the weather conditions are pretty much unpredictable here. Heavy winds and thick fog are common in this region. On top of that the topographical structure of Tibet majorly consists of tall mountains and hills, which makes it extremely difficult for landing aircrafts. Especially during winter and monsoon, a heavy amount of rain and snowfall occurs at this region, which usually results in flight delays and even cancellations. Thus, visitors are recommended to issue an insurance policy before the trip. However, during autumn the weather is much dry and skies are clearer. So, there is next to zero chances of flight delays. Health and Safety Including Traveling alone in Tibet: Tibet represents some specific dangers to your health, generally connected with altitude. However, one does not need to be overly worried about it. Not many travelers are influenced by altitude sickness for long, and more serious dangers are present in the form of road accidents and dog bites. Visitors are recommended to get a vaccination for yellow fever, influenza and rabies before going on a trip to the autonomous region. Also, trekkers are suggested to carry a basic first aid kit. Since, 2008 Chinese government have prohibited anyone from travelling independently to Tibet. Unlike most of the countries in Asia where you can go wherever you like without any restrictions, tourists require to travel Tibet with a local guide and a driver. They with accompany you throughout the journey and inform you about pros and cons of the region.


Travel Information for Bhutan About Bhutan: Located at the eastern side of great Himalayan Region in southern Asia, Bhutan is enriched with ancient Buddhist culture and beautiful landscape. Locally called as Druk Yul by its people, Bhutan is also known as the "Land of the Thunder Dragon". Majority of the areas in Bhutan are forested, which welcomes a diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna.  Talking about the topographical structure of the country, it stretches out from subtropical valleys and plains to giant snowcapped mountain ranges. Also, the majestic valleys and steep mountains of the country are enriched with ancient Buddhist culture.  It is a perfect fit for trek enthusiasts. Despite the technical restructuring, Bhutan has continued growing its cultural traditions.  Almost 700,000 inhabitant of the country practice Buddhist religion. Overall, it is one of the ultimate destinations for travelers, spiritual awakenings and adventure freaks. Country Visa and Entry Procedure: Traveling to Bhutan requires a Visa in advance. However, passport holders from India, Bangladesh, and Maldives don’t require visa and can obtain a free entry permit on arrival if it has the validity of minimum 6 months. Also, Indian nationals can use their Voters Identity Card to enter Bhutan.

Visa normally cost $40 for another passport holder.  However, the payment and application of visa must be carried out in advance, from registered tour operators. Preparing 90 days prior to the trip will allow enough time for all the necessary formalities to be completed. There is an online system through which any tour operator can proceed for the Visa. The application further gets approved by Tourism Council of Bhutan. Once the full payment is received, a visa clearance letter/statement is issued to the applicant. It can be presented at airport on arrival and then the visa is stamped in the passport. Refer to the official website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs at: http://www.mfa.gov.bt/?page_id=220 for more information. Popular Destinations to Visit: Different must-visit destinations in Bhutan includes -  Taktsang Monastery, Punakha Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Chele La Pass, Buddha Dordenma Statue, Dochu La Pass, Tashichho Dzong, Phobjikha Valley and many more. The trip to these locations is perfect fit for spending a vacation with your friends and family. The Taktsang/Tiger's Nest Monastery is somewhat of a national image of Bhutan. As a result, travelers, adventure enthusiast, and vacationers alike, visit this destination. Among other best tourist destinations of Bhutan is the end of the week market of Thimphu, the pilgrim's valley, and the strange/ off beaten trek experience of the Haa Valley. Bhutan is an absolute paradise for trekkers.  The country also offers different locations specifically for trek enthusiasts like Jigme Dorji National Park, the Dagala 1000 lake trek. With a variety of tourism options available, Bhutan is one of the most rapidly growing tourism hubs in Southern Asia. Things to do in Bhutan: The Land of Thunder Dragon is gifted with sheer balance of exotic natural beauty and diverse cultures. There isn’t any shortage of things to do in Bhutan that leaves visitors coming back over and over again. Despite being a landlocked country, Bhutan is blessed with different breath-taking landscapes. Treks are the prominent way to experience the Himalayas and enticing trails of the country. The stunning natural landscapes, snow-capped mountains, lushes green valley and crystal clear lakes provides a great escape from hectic  day to day life. Jhomolhari Trek, Druk Path Trek, and Snowman Trek are a few options. Riding a bike through these rugged hills will give you the best adrenaline rush.  It is one of the most famous activities amongst the visitors and is also the best way to travel in Bhutan.  Similarly, being a Himalayan nation, it is a hub for adventure sports. For enthusiasts who love to challenge themselves Bhutan offers adventurous activities like rafting, kayaking, cycling, rock-climbing and many more. Pilgrimage tour is a major possibility as well. The country hosts many Buddhist Monasteries that indulge true Buddhist culture.  The country itself being home to some of the most exotic species of wildlife provides a great opportunity for jungle safari and bird watching. Trekking Seasons in Country: Anyone who is visiting Bhutan for trekking, are highly suggested going for the trip during fall (autumn) and spring season. Majority of trek in the country are in higher elevation so only few months are possible to operate such trips. The spring season starts from March till the end of May. During these months, the days are warm with moderate temperature. Also, the skies are clear giving the best view of the landscape. However, nights can get extremely cold so trekkers are suggested to carry a sleeping bag along with them. Similarly autumn, starts from end of September till the beginning of November. This season is the most famous time for trekking in Bhutan. The weather is extremely stable and there are hardly any clouds in the sky. The warm autumn sun allows you to see the most spectacular view of Himalayan peaks and bright starry skies at night. Low altitude treks are possible also during the winter as well. However, the weather can be extreme and extra carefulness is required. Altitude Sickness: Otherwise called as Acute Mountain Sickness or high altitude pneumonic edema, altitude sickness is the major issue for climbers and trekkers who travel to higher altitude. Usually, the symptoms of Altitude sickness begin from the elevation of 2400 meters above the sea level. Basic symptoms include dizziness, nausea, vomiting, shortening of breath, and headaches. At higher altitudes, the oxygen level is exceptionally low due to the atmospheric pressure. When your body doesn't get enough time to adapt, the circumstance may result in altitude sickness. Typically the instances are mild and may heal on its own. However, in some uncommon cases, the circumstances can get serious influencing lungs and brain. Medication for this may incorporate lungs inhaler, dexamethasone (diminishes mind swelling), pulse medicine. Also returning to the lower altitude, reducing activities and hydrating (with water) helps a lot. Travel Insurance: Visitors are recommended to get a travel insurance policy to cover any kind of theft, loss and medical issues. Majority of the policy covers the cost of trip cancellation due to any reason such as flight cancellation, illness, injury or even death of a close relative. This will help protect you from any kind of major losses as there are pre-payment conditions in Bhutan. However, some policies may exclude dangerous activities like motorcycling, rafting, and even trekking. Visitors are highly suggested to read their policy carefully and check if there is coverage for ambulance rides or an emergency helicopter evacuation in case of serious accidents. Meals and Accommodations: Bhutanese dishes are mostly characterized by the presence of heavy cheese and hot chill. Aemi Datsi is the most famous dish Bhutanese dish. Other than this, the most common day to day food includes rice and veggies mixed in abundant chilies. Emadatse is a dish that every visitor must try. It is made by mixing chilies entirely with cheese. Another delicacy amongst the locals living at higher altitude is the Yak meat. In Bhutan big restaurants are mostly common around the capital city, Thimphu. However, international cuisines are fairly limited and majority of the meals are served in buffet style. Similarly, there are wide ranges of accommodation services available. From a simple farm house to high end luxury hotel, the country offers it all. Majority of the hotels offers tourist with clean room, good laundry services and all the basic culinary requirements. These hotels are extremely expensive but offer you the best quality services. Nonetheless, the true beauty of Bhutan can be fully experienced by staying at local teahouses which offer decent services and facilities. Internet and communication: The majority of the towns and urban cities in Bhutan are outfitted with essential communication facilities like phone, fax, and internet access.  There is a large portion of hotels, restaurants, and resorts that provide their customers with email, web, and Wi-Fi services within their premises. Anyone can stay there, can enjoy some good Bhutanese food and access the internet as long as they want. Similarly, visitors are recommended to purchase a Bhutanese sim card service as it can be extremely helpful especially for going on a trek. For express services, one can also utilize DHL or FedEx. On top of that, there are many newspapers that get published on a daily/weekly basis through which anyone can get access to national/international news. Internal Flight Delays: Being a country full of topographical variations, flight delays are common in Bhutan. Especially during winter and monsoon, the weather condition plays a major role in it. During these seasons heavy rainfall, snowfall and dense fogs occurs commonly resulting into such altercation. In spite of the fact that delays on Bhutanese flights are normal, it is very uncommon for a trip to be cancelled. However, in outrageous conditions the flight might be postponed until the next day. Getting a travel insurance which covers flight delays and cancellations can also be a wise decision. Health and Safety Including Traveling alone in Bhutan: No vaccination is required specifically to enter Bhutan. Nonetheless, if the visitor is from yellow fever infected area, then he/she is required to have yellow fever vaccination. Rural areas (specially the one that borders India) are prone to malaria. So, visitors are also recommended to take anti-malarial medications. Most of the tours in Bhutan comprises of long drives and windy roads so traveler are suggested to assemble a basic medical kit appropriate specifically for the destination that they are visiting. Bhutan is overall an amazing place. The citizens of Bhutan are always smiling and will welcome you with warmest heart. However, the Bhutanese government demands the entire tourist to enter via locally registered travel agency and travelers are provided with local guide and a driver as well. These people will accompany you throughout the journey.


Tours in Nepal Blessed with rich diversity in geography and culture, Nepal is one of the best places one can tour. Known to the world for the Himalayas, Nepal possesses a unique terrain filled with magnificent beauty all around. But touring this country is not just about viewing landscapes and going on adrenaline hiking adventures. Nepal gets its extraordinary persona from the ancient culture and traditions of this country. Tours in Nepal gives you an opportunity to experience the pleasure of witnessing the cultural richness and historical beauty. The major beauty of touring lies in the ancient temples and stupas, historic palaces, and traditional alleys filled with neighborhoods built decades ago.

Most of the tours revolve around the Kathmandu Valley. There are three cities to explore inside this valley: Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur. Within the valley you can find, seven of the ten UNESCO world heritage sites.  One must definitely visit these seven sites which are; the three Durbar squares of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, and Changunarayan temple. Outside the valley are many other divine places to visit. You can visit Pokhara, a lively city besides the beautiful lake of Phewa. You can tour around this city as well as engage in some adventurous activities such as; paragliding, bungee jumping, boating etc. Towards the plain lands on the south is Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. Holding immense religious values, this is the very place where Buddha took his first steps and spent most of his childhood. Similarly, Chitwan is another popular destination to visit. You may engage in jungle safaris during your stay or spend time exploring and learning about the Tharu culture. Besides major cities, there are various vantage points that offer great views of landscapes beyond the hills. Nagarkot and Dhulikhel around Kathmandu and Sarangkot near Pokhara are situated nearby to the cities yet offer some of the most spectacular views of mountains. Some of the major tours in Nepal are:

  1. Kathmandu City Tour with Tibet Bhutan tour
  2. Nepal Explore Tour with Bhutan Tibet tour
  3. Sunrise and Sunset Tour with Bhutan Tibet travel
  4. Bird Watching Tour  in Nepal Tibet Bhutan
  5. Nepal Adventure Tour with Tibet and Bhutan

Touring Nepal is a very easy task and anybody fit enough to walk can do. You can tour with your friends, family, and even wander alone if you wish. There are plenty of choices available, out of which you choose according to you and your groups wish. You can also modify your travel options and make your touring even better. Touring can be done anytime of the year; it all depends on your preferences. But it is best to be done outside the rainy season as the rainy weather may not be the best time to be out exploring. If you are planning on going to vantage points for landscape viewing, you may want to do so during spring or autumn as the skies are clear and your views will be uninterrupted.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Q.1

    What is the best time of year to visit Tibet?

    Tibet is the rain shadow area. Best time to Visit Tibet is April till October. November till February is cold. March some time due to political reason could be closed for tourists.
  2. Q.2

    Is Nepal safe from Corona virus?

    Nepal had detected many persons infected who came from China and other countries and treated well and discharged from the hospital already. Many people got vaccinated and situation is normal.

  3. Q.3

    Has Bhutan found any case of Coronavirus?

    Bhutan has found some cases of coronavirus. But in well controlled condition. Many people got vaccines.

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