Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tours is exiting tour which starts from Bhutan, fly to Paro, Bhutan visiting the last shangrila, visit Thimpu, punakha, Tigers nest etc.. We visit fascinating Monasteries temples, old durbar palaces and stupas and exciting flight to Lhasa- the capital of Tibet, visiting sera monastery, Jokhang temple, Potala Palace and more.Travel to Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, best known to the world today as the last Shangri-La. The few visitors, who make the rare journey to these extraordinary kingdom, discover that there is no other destination like Bhutan Tibet Nepal, land of pure and exotic mysticism. The Bhutanese, Nepalese and Tibetan people protected this sacred heritage and unique identity for centuries, by choosing to remain shrouded deep in a jealously guarded isolation. The rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling white peaks, and lush valleys provide Bhutan, Tibet Nepal stunning beauty and aesthetic grandeur.
A limited number of people are now allowed every year for carefully organized Bhutan tours for cultural, trekking and climbing vacations. Wedged between India and China, Bhutan’s terrain ranges from tropical southern foothills near the sea level to heights of over 24,000 ft. The travelers encounter the full glory of an ancient land through its strategic monastic fortresses known as Dzongs, numerous ancient temples and monasteries which dot the countryside.
Route 02- Kathmandu/Nepal – Tibet – Bhutan – Nepal – easiest route
Private trip of Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tours starts everyday – Contact us today. This tour we can start either from Nepal or Bhutan or Tibet, it’s flexible Program, and mostly private Trip. or you may join our already confirmed group.
We take care Bhutan and Tibet visa, Tibet visa is single entry Chinese visa so those who are entering Tibet form Nepal must get Chinese visa in Kathmandu which we take care.
Day 01: Flight Bangkok to Paro or Singapore to Paro (3 hours flight ) and drive to Thimphu Altitude: 2350m/7710 ft, distance 60km/38 miles, 1 hr drive
It’s a spectacular flight offering views of snow capped mountains of the eastern Himalayas. Upon arrival at Paro airport, we are met by Bhutanese Guide and transferred to Thimphu-the capital city of Bhutan. Thimphu walking tour Overnight at Hotel
Day 02: Explore Thimphu
Explore the wonders of Thimphu that includes King’s Memorial Chorten, Takin Zoo, Bhutanese Textile Museum, School of Arts and Crafts, Heritage Museum, traditional paper factory, Tasicho Dzong etc. Overnight at Hotel
Day 03: Drive back to Paro via Chele La and Haa Valley
On the way, we will take a detour of lesser known Haa Valley which is a pristine area recently opened for travelers. We will visit the village and its temple. We will enjoy panoramic views of the valleys and the snow capped mountains (subject to weather) from Chele-la pass. Overnight at Resort
Day 04: Explore Paro Valley
We visit the National Museum housed at Ta Dzong which was originally built as watch tower to guard the Paro Dzong. We descend to visit the Paro Dzong-which is believed to have been built on the heap of jewels. The Dzong is the administrative head quarter and the seat of monk body. We will visit Kyichu Temple-the contemporary of Jorkhang Temple of Lhasa. Overnight at Resort
If you are keen on hiking, we will take 4 hours roundtrip hiking to the legendary Takstang Monastery famed as Tiger’s Nest. The monastery clings on a vertical rock face about 800 m above the valley floor. The legend goes that Guru Padma Sambhava flew on a tigress’s back to this site and fought the devil powers obstructing the path of Buddhism into Bhutan.
Day 05: Paro- Kathmandu
After breakfast in the hotel transfer to airport for flight to Kathmandu. Arrive in Kathmandu and complete your visa process,2 Passport size photographs needed as well as need to pay in Dollar currency $25 each. Meet the guide in outside the airport then transfer to hotel. Check rest today. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 06: Kathmandu sightseeing-Drive to Nagarkot
Embark on tour of the day that begins in Pashupatinath Temple-the holiest Hindu Temple on the bank of holy Bagmati River, one of the principal tributaries of Ganges. Admission to temple courtyard is reserved for Hindus only but you would have a very good close up from the other side of the river. The temple is vibrant with the activities of the devotees. You will also get to see the Hindu Cremation Services on the bank of the River. From here, the giant Boudhanath stupa lies in 10 minutes distance. This has the fame as the largest Stupa in the world and one of the “must visit” site for Tibetan Buddhists in their life time and the area is inhabited by Tibetan refugees. Pilgrims circumambulate the stupa with spinning prayer wheels or counting beads and uttering sacred mantra Om Mani Padme Hum. Surrounded around the stupa are monasteries associated with different schools of Tibetan Buddhism. Have a break here for half an hour if you are thirsty or feel like some snacking! In the afternoon, you will drive 14 km north-east to Bhaktapur-the best preserved medieval Malla Principality where you can see the intricate wood and stone works in the temples, monasteries and houses of Bhaktapur.The sightseeing tour concludes in the late afternoon and drive to Nagarkot.Overnight in Nagarkot
Day 07: Drive to Chitwan National Park 4-5 hrs. 200 kms
After breakfast, leave for Chitwan national park .Asia’s one of the best preserved game park. After refreshment, visit National park visitors center, acquire the information on flora & fauna of the park and chitwan jungle safari tourvisit the village of Tharu Tribal people of Chitwan whose lifestyle remain unchanged over the centuries. Overnight in chitwan
Day 08: Jungle Safari activities
You are busy all day today in Jungle safari activities such as elephant back safari ,Dug out canoeing , elephant breeding camp visit , Tharu cultural dances in the evening. Overnight in chitwan
Day 09: Drive to Kathmandu 4/5 hrs
After breakfast in the hotel drive back to Kathmandu. Up on arrival in Kathmandu check in hotel. Free in the afternoon. Fare well dinner in the evening. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 10: Fly Kathmandu to Lhasa
Morning you will fly for about an hour over the panoramic Himalayan Ranges to the capital of Tibet. “Lhasa” . Lhasa at an altitude of 3,650 mt, is situated on the north bank of Kyichu River. Lhasa in Tibetan means “Place of the Gods”, the residence of the Dalai Lama., On arrival you will be met by the local representative and transferred to your respective hotel. (60 km/ 1 hr). Full rest in the afternoon to acclimatize. Overnight at hotel in Lhasa.
Day 11: Lhasa
After breakfast proceed for full day sightseeing of Potala Palace, Ramoche Monastery and & Norbulinka. Potala Palace, this legendary palace built atop a single hill is synonymous with Tibet by the first foremost king Songtsen Gompa. Norbulingka meaning ‘Treasure Park’ covers an area of around 360000 sq. m. and is considered to be the biggest man made garden in Tibet. After sight seeing you will be transferred to hotel for your Overnight at hotel in Lhasa. 7th century made potala palace / durbar
Day 12: Lhasa
After breakfast full day sightseeing of Sera Monastery, Jokhang Monastery, Barkhor Market. Sera Monastery, 5 Kms north of Lhasa, Sera setting is one of Lhasa’s prettiest monasteries. Once a community of more than 5,000 monks resided here and was virtually extinguished by the Chinese. Jokhang Temple, situated in the heart of Old Lhasa, it houses Tibet’s most precious religious relic, a golden Shakyamuni Buddha which was brought as a gift by the Chinese Princess Wen Cheng on the occasion of her wedding to the Tibetan King, Songtsen Gompo. Barkhor Market place, which is the religious and social focus of Lhasa. After Sight seeing you will be transferred to hotel for your Overnight at hotel in Lhasa.
Day 13 : Lhasa
After breakfast, visit Tibetan Medical Institute. Afternoon free. Overnight at hotel in Lhasa. Mentsikhang (Tibetan Medicine Institute): The history of Tibetan medicine can be dated back to 2,300 years ago but for giving this a worldwide recognition Mentsekhang played an important role. Mentsekhang, the Tibetan medicine institute was built in 1916 as the center of research for Tibetan medicine. This serves as the traditional Tibetan hospital and is incidentally the largest in Tibet. It is located at Yuthok Lu just west of the Jokhang Temple. This was also the place for calendar calculations and was under the Tibetan local government before the Cultural Revolution in 1959. In 1980,Mentsekhang was expanded and it became the immediate centre for research and production of Tibetan medicine. This is also the place where training and treatments are provided. The institute is spread over an area of 40,000 sq meters. It consists of various departments like, orthopedics, pediatrics, internal medicine and surgery, etc. Mentsekhang is also the school for training Tibetan doctors. The Tibetan medical theory is portrayed on Thangkas as a teaching tool
Day 14: Flight Lhasa to Singapore/Bangkok or any part of the world
Land tour cost USD 2790 per person
Flight and visa cost is extra and subject to change
Tibet/china visa USD 85 per person
Bhutan visa USD 40 per person
Singapore to Paro flight cost USD 530 per person
Lhasa to Singapore flight USD 400 each
• Hotels in double sharing in listed Hotels in Tibet, Bhutan & Nepal
• Breakfast in Tibet & Nepal , and full meals in Bhutan and Chitwan
• Land transportation Car in Bhutan and Nepal , 4 wheel drive in Tibet
• English speaking local guides
• Monuments’ entrance costs
• Bhutan travel permit, Bhutan single entry visa , Tibet travel Permit, Tibet single entry Visa processing
Cost does not Include
• Meals other than indicated.
• Nepal Visa $25 each.
• Alcohol, internet, telephone tips to guide and drivers
• All Lunches and dinners
• Extra cost created by weather disturbances, political unrest, flight cancelation
• Rescue evacuation
• Medical insurance
• Flight tickets from Home
• Cost of the flights are calculated extra
• Bhutan visa is pre-process by us we need to have your passport copy by scan and one photo graphs by scan
• Tibet visa and Tibet travel permit also pre process by us. If you are going to Tibet from Nepal, Chinese visa must be issued from Nepal. If you plan to enter china from your home please get China visa from your country.
• Nepal visa is available at the airport. You need USD 25 cash and one photograph for Nepal visa 15 days multiple entry. for 30 days need USD 40 per person
• Kathmandu valley with 12th century temple, 2600 years old stupa and 15th century palaces
• While you fly between Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan enjoy Mt. Everest and the Himalaya Range
• Visit Dalai lamas Pothala Palace and Tibetan plateau and central Lhasa Trek to Tiger’s Nest Monastery ( Takshang Monastery ), explore Punakha, Thimpu and Paro valley