Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

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Tour Grade Easy driving and short walking Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour
Activities during Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Tour of world heritage sites-scenic flight and easy hiking
Trip popularity
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Areas Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan cultural tour
People and Culture Majority of Himalayan people with Buddhist religion & culture
Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour duration 14 Days
Highest Altitude gain 3610 m at Lhasa Tibet, Everest Base Camp 5,545m high on top of Kalapathar hill in Nepal, 3800 at Bhutan Tigers nest.
Average tour/Walks time per day 4 hrs to 6 hrs or more as per our standard itinerary days.
Overall duration from home 15 Days recommended or more better to exlore Nepal Tibet and Bhutan
Best Season All months easily can do Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour
Countries Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan
Cities Lhasa, Kathmandu, Paro and Thimpu
Destinations Himalayan countries- Nepal Tibet Bhutan
Age Range 5- 80 years old
Mountains or Reason Himalayan regions
Guide Language English
Operator Local people

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Trip Facts - 14 Days Tour

Countries Enter from Nepal or Tibet China and exit from Bhutan or Nepal.
Cities to Explore The ancient city of Lhasa, the colorful valley of Kathmandu, and Thimpu in Bhutan
Activities Driving, walking, flying, hiking the tigers nest
Call us now to Book Whats app on Nepal Mobile (+977) 98512 14548 - 24hrs available
Grade Easy
People and Culture : Buddhist and Hindu people mainly.
Number of passengers : 2-15 person in each tour
Overview

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Introduces Himalayan culture, religion, and nature during this trip.   Major highlights are the breathtaking flight over the Himalayas, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Kanchanjangha while flying between the incomparable Himalayan countries.

Booking for the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour with cost packages 2024 and 2025 is open.

Are you looking for Exotic culture in the Himalayan Kingdoms? Interested to deepen your knowledge of Buddhism and Hinduism? Here are the tours in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan, the best Itinerary, and the cost of the trip.

  1. Route 01  from China/Beijing – Tibet Nepal  Bhutan tour Itinerary– Bangkok or Delhi or Singapore
  2. Route 02 From KTM,  Nepal Tibet  Bhutan tour Itinerary– Kathmandu/ Nepal
  3. Route 03 From Bangkok – Paro / Bhutan Nepal Tibet tour itinerary – Beijing/ or Chengdu or any part of China

Explore Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu, an unforgettable melting pot of Hindu and Buddhist cultures.  In the local markets and bazaars explore the wealth of Hindu and Buddhist sites as well as charming valley towns such as Bhaktapur, with its well-preserved 15th century architecture.

Lhasa Everest Tour

In Lhasa, Tibet’s long-forbidden capital city which is 11990 feet high, you will tour the major monuments, including the legendary gold-roofed thousand-room Potala Palace.  Then walk pilgrim trails, hike up to ancient ridge-top monasteries, meet a colorful array of people, from nomads to lamas, and delight in some of the most majestic scenery on earth.  Come take a step back in time and join us on this enriching journey for an eye-opening look into traditions and cultures far removed from those in the West.

Another spectacular flight brings you to the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan where you will feel the time has stood still.  Explore the pastoral back roads of Bhutan, a true bastion of tradition in an uncertain world.  You will visit the Shangri-La setting of the Paro Valley, the central Bhutanese town of Punakha, with its huge, spectacular monastery set by the river, and the capital city of Thimpu.

We use expert local guides, private vehicles, and convenient and authentic hotels during the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.  We try our best to make your visit as comfortable as possible.  Local ceremonies are happening everywhere.  If you choose to travel during the festival season, please let us know.  We will provide you with a list of festivals and our guides and drivers are happy to oblige.  Our festivals are based on the lunar calendar.

How to start the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour?  There are many flights from the Middle East, China, India, Bangkok, Singapore, and Malaysia.  Plan in advance.  A minimum of two months in advance is suggested, and many of our travelers book at least six months prior. Special Nepal Tibet and tour package.

Best attractions of Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour –

  • Experience the ancient palaces, stupas, and temples of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal
  • Fly over Mt. Everest and the Himalayas Range between Nepal and Bhutan
  • Explore the highlights of the Tibetan heartland around Lhasa and the Potala Palace of the Dalai Lama
  • Enjoy the enchanting valleys of Paro, Thimpu, and Wangdu/Punakha

Best tours in the Himalayas Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, Bhutan culture tour, and Everest base camp trekking.

The 14-day Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour package lets you experience the magnificence of three majestic nations all at once! The tour is a beautiful amalgamation of the best cultural and historical sites of three major countries. You will start with a tour of the authentic art and culture of Nepal as you visit the UNESCO Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. Likewise, the tour also presents you with views of the towering mountains via flights to/from Lhasa and Paro.

Flying over the Himalayas is nothing less than breathtaking and the aerial scenes of the mountain peaks make for quite an enjoyable and thrilling flight experience. The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour takes you to Lhasa- a place of wonder. Owning to its wild landscape and unique Tibetan culture, Lhasa is as exotic as it gets in Asia. The artistic Buddhist-influenced monasteries in Lhasa hold historical treasures that date back centuries.

Lhasa also presents a unique aspect of life that you can experience in the city’s myriad of marketplaces and alleyways that form a crisscross of small road networks extending from holy temples and monasteries. Moreover, the trip also takes you to Everest Base Camp via the Tibetan side. The tour takes you to Thimpu the capital of Bhutan, where you can experience traditional architecture and ancient historical monuments. You will get to visit some elegant buildings in the capital, which include Tashichho Dzong, Drubthob Gompa (Zilluka nunnery), Tango Gompa, and Memorial Chorten among others.

Similarly, Bhutan also presents beautiful landscapes and cultural heritage. Due to Bhutan’s seclusion and remote nature for the longest time, the country has a preserved sense of natural beauty and vibrant culture in its original state.

The lush landscapes, the wild Himalayas, and the unique culture of Bhutan have made it one of the top destinations for cultural tours in Asia. You will be visiting many cultural sites of the country, like the Paro Taktshang Monastery, the Punakha Dzong, and the Rinpung Dzong among many others. We, at Himalaya Holiday Service, have been accompanying tourists around the nation for over a decade now. Our staff and guide provide the very best services so that your tour is full of enjoyment. Also, we provide top-class facilities for private transportation and comfortable accommodation.

Highlights Of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan Tour Packa

Visit the Sera Monastery and the Drepung Monastery at Lhasa.
Visit the Potala Palace and the Norbulingka Palace in Tibet.
Explore the Jokhang Temple and the Barkhor Marketplace.
Sightseeing at Kathmandu’s major UNESCO Heritage Sites, like the Pashupatinath Temple.
Visit the three major Durbar Squares of Kathmandu City.
Sightseeing of Paro Valley includes the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, the Kiychu Lhakhang Temple, and the Rinpung Dzong.
Thimpu sightseeing tour that includes the Tashichho Dzong and the Memorial Chorten.
Punakha sightseeing, which includes the Punakha Dzong and the Chimi Lhakhang.

Country Visa and Entry Procedure for Bhutan

All visitors traveling to Bhutan have required a Visa, except for visitors from India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives. The Bhutanese visa is processed through an online system by a licensed Bhutanese Tour Operator directly or through a foreign Travel Agent or travelers can apply for a Bhutan visa online too. A photo page of the passport is required to be sent to the tour operator, who will then apply for the visa. The Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) will then process the visa once the full payment of the Bhutan Holiday (including a USD 40 visa fee) has been wire transferred and received in the TBC Bank Account. The visa clearance will be processed within 72 working hours once the payment is received. The visa clearance letter is required at the entry point to Bhutan, and then the visa will be stamped onto the passport.

Visa and Entry Procedure for Tibet

According to the Chinese Immigration Rule, an application for both a China Group Tourist Visa and a Tibet Visa (also called the Tibet Travel Permit) is required for travelers who enter from Nepal. The Travel Agency takes care of the procedure; you will then be required to sign the tour contract by paying a certain deposit amount and submitting an image of your passport. The travel consultant will then gather your information and submit it for your Tibet Permit Application to the Tibet Tourism Bureau (TTB). It takes about 8 to 9 business days for the issue of your Tibet Travel Permit and for the Visa Invitation to be sent to the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. It is also important to note that Chinese embassies will not issue a visa if your passport has less than six months of validity remaining.

Travel Insurance for Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

Travel Insurance is highly recommended while traveling to Tibet and Bhutan. It is highly recommended to have a travel insurance policy that covers theft, loss, and medical problems. It is also important to get travel insurance that will cover the cost if you are forced to cancel your tour because of various reasons, like flight cancellations, illness, injury, or death of close ones. This can help you to be protected against major losses due to Bhutan’s prepayment conditions and hefty cancellation charges. Similarly, it is useful to have trip-and-flight-cancellation insurance for Tibet for possible cases where the travel agency can’t get permits in time or when permits get lost or delayed in the post. If this happens, then you will not be allowed to board your flight to/from Tibet.

Banking, ATM, and Money in Tibet Nepal, and Bhutan

ATMs are located in all major cities across Bhutan, where the Visa or MasterCard can be used to withdraw money. The currency of Bhutan is called the Bhutanese ngultrum (Nu). While in Bhutan, all tourists are required to pay US$250 per person per day (US$200/day from December to February and June to August).

It includes lodging, transportation, a guide, food, and entrance fees, as well as a $65 royalty that goes to the government of Bhutan. Extra charges can come in the form of other miscellaneous activities or expenses, like hot-stone baths, cultural shows, horse riding, rafting, mountain bikes, and tips. Similarly, the Renminbi (RMB) is the legal currency of Tibet. Only the Bank of China offers foreign exchange services and facilities in Tibet. Certain up-market hotels (Lhasa Hotel, the former Holiday Inn, and Tibet Hotel among others) also exchange currencies. The Bank of China, with the main office and several sub-branches in Lhasa, cashes all travelers’ checks. On the other hand, only the main office offers cash advances on major credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Diners Club, and Amex). The Bank of China Shigatse office, near the Shigatse Hotel, also provides travelers’ check exchange services.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What kind of clothing is appropriate for Tibet and Bhutan?

You can pack casual clothing and wear layered clothing. During the day time, you may need T-shirts or cotton shorts- either long or short-sleeved. Also, bring a pair or two of the jacket. If you are traveling further than Lhasa to Shigatse. Then you may need to bring sunblocking cream, Sunglasses, lip protectors, warm cotton trousers, thermal underwear, woolen clothes, hats, gloves, sandals, a towel, a sleeping bag, and a rain jacket.

What’s the food like during the tour?

As for meals, Bhutanese food is mainly characterized by its extensive use of chili and cheese. The national food of Bhutan is a dish called Aema Datsi, whereas the staple food is rice and vegetables with an abundant amount of chili; the chili is used rather as a vegetable than a spice in many of Bhutan’s dishes. One such dish popular in Bhutan is the Emadatse- a dish made entirely of chilies mixed with cheese.

Likewise, Nepal also presents unique and traditional meals. Kathmandu has a variety of restaurants that present continental cuisines; standard Chinese or Indian dishes are also available in many restaurants in the capital.

Similarly, Tibetan cuisine includes culinary traditions with influences from neighboring countries like India and Nepal. Tibetan food is known for its use of noodles, goat meat, yak, mutton, dumplings, cheese (yak or goat milk cheese), butter, yogurt, and soups.

Are there any etiquette and Taboos in Bhutan or Tibet?

You have to dress modestly (no shorts or short skirts) when visiting Dzongs, monasteries, and temples. You must take off your hat and sunglasses before you join a monastery. You are also required to remove your shoes occasionally. You should walk clockwise around the monastery, stupas, prayer wheels, and prayer walls. It is also forbidden to take photos in most monasteries and dzongs.

Do I need vaccination while traveling to Tibet and Bhutan?

Although no specific vaccinations are required for traveling to Tibet or Bhutan, it is always to consult your doctor beforehand. Some of the vaccines that are advised to all travelers are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Hepatitis B among others. You can also visit the given links to have more info at http://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/ or http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/vaccinations.htm

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Itinerary

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour Itinerary

Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan Tour introduces the exotic Himalayas culture, including highlights of the capital city Kathmandu, Lhasa, Thimpu, and Paro.  You will explore the history, Natural beauty, religion, and arts and crafts of these three Himalayan Nations.

Day 1

Arrival in Kathmandu International Airport.

Upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport, you will obtain your Nepal visa. You will need $30 cash and 2 passport-size photos per person.  After claiming your baggage you will be met by your guide and taken to the hotel.  Overnight in Kathmandu Hotel.

Day 2

Kathmandu Tours (B)

Your Tibet visa will be processed today.  Explore the Kathmandu Valley including the Pashupatinath Temple— the holistic Hindu temple, the Boudhanath Stupa—one of the largest stupas in the world, and Bhaktapur—the 9th-century city.  You will also visit a traditional painting school where you will discover the underlying meaning of the dying Nepalese art.  Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 3

Kathmandu sightseeing (B)

Explore ancient Patan city, one of the three main cities of the valley which is renowned as a city of arts and crafts.  The main highlight of Patan is Durbar Square, ancient temples, the Tibetan refugee camp and the Patan industrial area.  Enjoy the afternoon shopping for souvenirs or visit more sights with your guide. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 4

Fly to Lhasa, Tibet (B)

Upon arrival at Lhasa’s Gongar airport, your Tibetan guide will meet and welcome you and take you to your hotel.   Walk around Lhasa, a city with an altitude of 3,550 meters (12,000 feet) located at Mount Gephel.  Lhasa is the administrative capital of the Tibetan plateau.  This ancient city is best known as the home of the Dalai Lama’s Potala Palace.  In the early 7th century King Srongtsen Gompo unified the many local tribes.  After unification, he moved the capital from Yarlung to Lhasa and constructed Potala Palace.  Visit centuries-old Buddhist monasteries, palaces, and busy Barkhor Street, the famous local market area.  Approximately 300,000 people live in the Lhasa area.  Lhasa means “Place of the Gods”.  Here, the major religion is Tibetan Buddhism.  Locals call it by another name, “Sunlit City.”  Bring warm clothing as a cold wind runs through the city.  The annual average temperature is 7 degrees Celsius. Overnight in Lhasa.

Day 5

Explore Lhasa (B)

Explore Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, and Jokhang Temple. Legendary Potala Place is located at the top of Red Hill with the best view of Lhasa city.  Potala has two parts: the first part is the White Place and the second is the Red.  It was initially built for mediation in the 7th century by King Srongtsen Gompo.  Years later the 5th Dalai Lama renovated it by completing the white and red wing in 1694.  Now, Potala Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is open to visitors.  You can visit various chapels, the gallery, the tombs of the Dalai Lamas, and the official chapel of the 14th Dalai Lama until 1959. Sera Monastery is a famous historic religious site.  Built-in 1419 by a student of Tsongkhapa, it is one of the three largest monasteries in Lhasa, the others being Ganden and Drepung.  It is a major center for the Gelukpa sect of Buddhism.  Sera Monastery is 2 miles from the center of Lhasa.  During the cultural revolution of 1959, the monastery was damaged and many monks were killed.  It has been rebuilt and is open for visitors. The heart of Lhasa is Jokhang Temple, the spiritual center.  King Srongtsen Gompo, Queen Bhrikuti, and Wencheng constructed it.  This mysterious temple is located in Barkhor Square and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  The monastery s a fusion of Nepalese and Tibetan art with architecture on wood and metal. Overnight in Lhasa.

Day 6

Explore Lhasa (B)

Today visit Drepung Monastery, Mentshikang (Tibetan medicine center), and Norbulingka Palace. The largest monastery in Tibet, Drepung Monastery lies 6 km west of Lhasa.  The construction of this Galukpa center began in 1415.  In this shelter of thousands of monks, you will visit the prayer hall, meeting hall, kitchen which prepared meals for 7,000 monks, and more chapels. Tibetan Medicine Center (Mentsikhang Institute) was built in 1916, but the medical history goes back to the 3rd century BC.  It is a Tibetan traditional health treatment center and the center for research for orthopedics: surgery, pediatrics, and internal medicine. The Dalai Lama’s summer home is Norbulinka Palace which was constructed in 1755 and included an enormous park.  There is a prayer hall and beautiful paintings and artwork inside the palace.  This UNESCO site is located near Potala Palace, west of Lhasa city. Overnight in Lhasa.

Day 7

Optional excursion to Yamdok-Tsho Lake outside Lhasa (B)

After an early breakfast, drive to Yamdok-Tsho Lake.  Enjoy the magnificent views and return to Lhasa in the evening. Yamdrok-Tsho Lake is one of the holiest lakes in Tibet.  It is located on the Friendship Highway to Kathmandu, while the road goes up to Kambala Pass (4800 meters).  You will enjoy the view from the pass and the incredible turquoise-blue lake. Overnight in Lhasa.

Day 8

Flight to Kathmandu (B)

Take a panoramic flight over the Himalayas to Kathmandu, Nepal.  After immigration formalities, meet your guide and transfer to your hotel.  In the afternoon visit the UNESCO monuments of the Kathmandu /valley. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 9

Fly to Bhutan and drive to Thimphu (B/D) KB

Transfer to Kathmandu International Airport for a one-hour 15-minute flight to Paro.  Your Bhutanese guide will welcome you and transfer you to your hotel in Thimphu.  Depending on arrival time you can do some touring or rest and have an early start the following day. Overnight in Thimpu.

Day 10

Thimpu sightseeing (B/L/D)

Today you will explore the National Library, Heritage Museum, the 3rd King’s Memorial stupa, a paper factory, art school, wood carving school and the largest statue of Buddha, the Takin’s zoo, a traditional medicine institute, to name a few of the stops on the agenda. Overnight in Thimpu.

Day 11

Thimpu to Punakha excursion and back (150 kilometers) 7 hours (B/L/D)

After an early morning breakfast, drive to the famous Dochula Pass (3,102 meters) where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a view of the Himalayan Range.  Walk around 108 stupas and take some amazing photos.  Drive to Punakha Zong and time permitting, visit the Fertility Temple via rice field terraces. Overnight in Thimpu.

Day 12

Thimpu to Paro (B/L/D)

After breakfast return to Paro and hike to Taktshang, also known as the Tiger’s Nest. Taktsang Monastery is the holiest monument for Mahayana Buddhists.  It is built on a steep hillside in the valley of Paro and was initially constructed in 1692 around the Taktsang cave where Guru Padmasambhava is believed to have meditated for 3 years, 3 months, 3 days, and 3 hours in the 8th century.  Guru Padmasambhava is credited with introducing Buddhism to Bhutan and Tibet. Overnight in Paro.

Day 13

Fly to Kathmandu (B)

After a breathtaking flight over the Himalayas, arrive in Kathmandu.  Your guide will transfer you to your hotel.  Explore more of Kathmandu, if time permits. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 14

Departure (B)

Transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Includes

Cost for Tibet Bhutan Nepal tour Package

Price Details Land cost 8000 USD per person.  It covers the services mentioned below.  Please request a price quote by choosing the standard of accommodations.

  • Double occupancy in listed hotels in Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal. Breakfast in Tibet and Nepal and 3 meals per day in Bhutan
  • Land transportation by car in Bhutan and Nepal, 4-wheel drive in Tibet
  • English-speaking local guides
  • Entrance fees
  • Bhutan travel permit, Bhutan single entry visa, Tibet travel permit, Tibet single entry visa processing
  • Meals other than those indicated
  • Nepal visas are $40 each plus two passport-size photos
  • Alcohol, internet, telephone service
  • Gratuity to guides and drivers
  • All lunches and dinners in Tibet and Nepal
  • Extra costs due to weather disturbances, political unrest, flight cancellations
  • Rescue evacuation
  • Medical insurance
  • Flight tickets to and from home
  • The cost of the flights is calculated extra
Valuable Info

Valuable Info

Visa for Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

Nepal Visa is readily available on Arrival, you have to pay visa fees at the airport or Nepal borders. We apply for a Bhutan visa in advance and pay. Tibet Visa processing will be done in advance and you must provide your original passport while you are In Kathmandu if going to Tibet from Kathmandu. If you are traveling to China and entering Tibet, we provide you with a Tibet entry permit.

Route for Nepal Tibet Bhtuan tour

All routes are accessible and based on your travel plan. If you start From Nepal or Bhutan we take care of your Tibet Visa in Nepal. If you Like to Start from China in this case please bring China visa from Home.

Tour route – Nepal to Tibet and Bhutan – is the best and most accessible for many you can start and end the tour in Kathmandu.

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Nepal Bhutan and Tibet then to China and a homeward flight.

or Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet then to Kathmandu or Beijing o fly home.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q.1

What kind of clothing is appropriate for Tibet and Bhutan?

You can pack casual clothing and wear layered clothing. During the day time, you may need T-shirts or cotton shorts- either long or short-sleeved. Also, bring a pair or two of the jacket. If you are traveling further than Lhasa to Shigatse. Then you may need to bring sunblocking cream, Sunglasses, lip protectors, warm cotton trousers, thermal underwear, woolen clothes, hats, gloves, sandals, a towel, a sleeping bag, and a rain jacket.

Q.2

What’s the food like during the tour?

As for meals, Bhutanese food is mainly characterized by its extensive use of chili and cheese. The national food of Bhutan is a dish called Aema Datsi, whereas the staple food is rice and vegetables with an abundant amount of chili; the chili is used rather as a vegetable than a spice in many of Bhutan’s dishes. One such dish popular in Bhutan is the Emadatse- a dish made entirely of chilies mixed with cheese.

Likewise, Nepal also presents unique and traditional meals. Kathmandu has a variety of restaurants that present continental cuisines; standard Chinese or Indian dishes are also available in many restaurants in the capital.

Similarly, Tibetan cuisine includes culinary traditions with influences from neighboring countries like India and Nepal. Tibetan food is known for its use of noodles, goat meat, yak, mutton, dumplings, cheese (yak or goat milk cheese), butter, yogurt, and soups.

Q.3

Are there any etiquette and Taboos in Bhutan or Tibet?

You have to dress modestly (no shorts or short skirts) when visiting Dzongs, monasteries, and temples. You must take off your hat and sunglasses before you join a monastery. You are also required to remove your shoes occasionally. You should walk clockwise around the monastery, stupas, prayer wheels, and prayer walls. It is also forbidden to take photos in most monasteries and dzongs.

Q.4

Do I need vaccination while traveling to Tibet and Bhutan?

Although no specific vaccinations are required for traveling to Tibet or Bhutan, it is always to consult your doctor beforehand. Some of the vaccines that are advised to all travelers are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Hepatitis B among others. You can also visit the given links to have more info at http://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/ or http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/vaccinations.htm

Q.5

Is Himalaya Holiday Service Pvt. Ltd. the right company for Nepal Tibet and Bhutan tours?

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