Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour introduce Himalayan culture, religion and nature.  Highlights are the breathtaking flight over the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, while flying between the incomparable Himalayan countries.

  1. Route 01 China/Beijing – Tibet – Nepal  – Bhutan – Bangkok or Delhi or Singapore
  2. Route 02Nepal – Tibet – Paro Bhutan – Kathmandu/ Nepal
  3. Route 03Bangkok – Paro /Bhutan- Kathmandu/Nepal – Lhasa- 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.

In Lhasa, Tibet’s long forbidden capital city which is 12,000 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 fee 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.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour use expert local guides, private vehicles and convenient and authentic hotels.  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 Nepal, Tibet and 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.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour attractions 

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


Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan Tours provide cultural tours of the Himalayas which include highlights of Kathmandu, Lhasa and Paro in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan respectively.  You will explore the history, culture, religion as well as arts and crafts of these three Himalayan countries.

  1. Day 1

    Arrival in Kathmandu International Airport.

    Upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport, you will obtain your Nepal visa. You will need $40 cash and 2 passport size photos per person.  After claiming your baggage you will be met by your guide and taken to your hotel.  Overnight in Kathmandu.

  2. 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.

  3. 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 are 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.

  4. Day 4

    Fly to Lhasa, Tibet (B)

    Upon arrival at Lhasa’s Gongar airport, you will be met and welcomed by your Tibetan guide and taken to your hotel.   Walk around Lhasa, a city with an altitude of 3,550 meters (12,000 feet) located at the foot of 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.

  5. 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 originally 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 open to visitorsa.  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 open for visitors. The heart of Lhasa is Jokhang Temple, the spiritual center.  It was constructed by King Srongtsen Gompo, Queen Bhrikuti and Wencheng.  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.

  6. 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 includes an enormous park.  There is a prayer hall and beautiful paintings and art work inside the palace.  This UNESCO site is located near Potala Palace, west of Lhasa city. Overnight in Lhasa.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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 next morning. Overnight in Thimpu.

  10. 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.

  11. 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 Himalaya 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.

  12. 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.  Originally 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.

  13. 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.

  14. Day 14

    Departure (B)

    Transfer to the airport for your flight home.

Cost & Dates

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

Cost Includes

  • 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

Price Doesn't Include

  • Meals other than indicated
  • Nepal visa $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 cost due to weather disturbances, political unrest, flight cancellations
  • Rescue evacuation
  • Medical insurance
  • Flight tickets to and from home
  • Cost of the flights are calculated extra

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Best time for trek

Weather & Climate on Everest Base Camp Trekking: The weather depending upon the season of trekking around Everest or other higher Himalayan belts, where's Everest Base Camp trekking can be visited all time of the year, however monsoon months of July to mid September will be wet but much greener with heavy moisture. The best time of the year will be from March to May when wild flowers are in full bloom around 2,000 m to 3,000 m high and then tree lines and vegetation declines for rough arctic terrain, the temperature will be 15 to 20 degree Celsius during the day with sunlight, morning and evening can be much cooler with minimum of -0 to 05 degree Celsius not counting the wind chill factors. As the trek leads higher above 4,000 m temperature drops in the shade as well in the morning and night time, day will be clear with strong sunlight and UV (due to drop in oxygen and air pressure on high elevation) , where you need strong sun screen to avoid sun burn in direct sunlight. Mid September to December will be the clearest weather but with short days minimum of -05 to -10 degree Celsius in the morning and night time with maximum of 15-20 degree during the day in full sunlight, also depends upon the altitude and areas of trekking. December to March will be the coldest months with chances of snows with minimum of -10 to -15 degree Celsius with maximum 15-18 degree Celsius without wind chill factor, however most of the day time will be clear with fine blue sky.

EBC trek Equipments

Trekking Equipment List to Bring from home or rent and purchase in Kathmandu: Perfect fitting, light & comfortable shoes are recommended over training boots and clothing will be necessary, for strong hot sun on drive along the lower altitude to freezing high altitude temperatures during the night in the himalayan region. Half pant, thin trouser, half/full shirt, T-shirts, cap or hat, are suggested while walking, also skirts and long sleeved shirts are comfortable.

  • SHORTS OR SKIRTS (for ladies)
  • COTTON TROUSER for all season
  • DUVET / DOWN JACKETS: (Down feathers or synthetic (required in autumn / winter and early spring time)
  • WOOLEN BALACLAVA AND MITTS: (required in autumn / winter and early spring time)
  • WATERPROOF: Jacket and trousers JUNE TO SEPTEMBER
  • SUN HATS, SCARFS : HELPFUL TO AVOID the sun and dust
  • SUN SCREEN : BEST QUALITY [20 or higher] or SUPER high altitude cream due to thin air the U/V is stronger in the sun.
  • DRINKING WATER BOTTLES: 2 liters metal to keep warm while at night time and for drinking purpose.
  • SLEEPING BAGS / DOWN JACKETS (which can be hired and purchase in Kathmandu at reasonable cost, if it is too much to carry from home.


Hiking Notes

Important Notes for the Trekking around Everest and other Himalaya region: Main flow of foreign visitors in Nepal is for trekking from moderate to adventurous or challenging treks, the most important is choosing the right trip as per your duration of holiday and fitness, for Everest and other Himalayan trekking adventure one needs to be in sound health and physically fit. On booking with us preparation of fitness required like walking - jogging - Jumba - aerobic at least a month before your departure from home country, and all clients should be prepared with Travel and Medical Insurance (in case for sudden accidents and immediate evacuation by any means of transport available for quick relief to nearest hospitals. Please send us your dietary list and medical history report so that we can arrange well in advance respectively. Book the ticket from home for Kathmandu-Nepal to reach at least a day ahead or earlier from trek departure with much space in Kathmandu after the trek, this allows you with more time in Nepal to enjoy the culture and heritage life of Nepalese and also in case of flight delay (Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu) which can happen sometimes due to freak bad and unfavorable weather.


Kathmandu fly to Lukla airport  trek to Phakding - Namche Bazzar - Tengboche - Pangboche - Pheriche - Lobuche - Gorakshep - kalapather - Everest base camp EBC Return is almost the same way back to Lukla then fly to Kathamndu. of can take a charter helicopter from EBC Gorakshep helipad and fly to Lukla or kathamdnu.


  1. Q.1

    What is Trekking?

    Trekking, the word at first comes for long walking journey which is similar to hiking but includes more days of few days to a week or more from moderate-adventurous to challenging walks on trekking in the Himalayan countries involves much down and uphill climb with descend with few gradual walking path.

  2. Q.2

    How do I spend a day on daily Trekking?

    Trekking depends upon your chosen areas if it's on mainstream trekking routes like Annapurna-Everest and Langtang you will be spending overnights in the comfort of nice and cozy local lodges with views of Mountains where all meals served on route trekking in lodge or guest house. Normal day on trek starts with tea and biscuits around 6 a.m. followed by breakfast and then packing your bags for the day walks where larger bags are carried by our porters or pack animals (Yaks & Mules). While you carry your light day pack with necessary items for the day as the trek starts following our lead guide to lunch stop for an hour or more, and then walking to our designated overnight halt in lodge or camping. During the walk you will be walking on winding gradual trail with ups and downhill slopes past traditional and cultural local remote farm villages along with the views of snow capped peaks, includes walking into cool alpine forest covered with rhododendron-magnolia-hemlock-oaks-pines and fir tree lines. Walking for 5-6 hrs as per day to day itinerary mentioned in your program.

  3. Q.3

    Who leads the trip and are they well trained and experienced?

    No doubt about it, all our guides are expert and professional in this line of job with more than decades of experience leading world-wide customers showing the wonders of Himalaya with full knowledge in flora-fauna, local culture and history with traditional life of the villagers including eco-tourism and responsible tourism caring, preserving and respecting local culture and saving the pristine environment from destruction. All our guides and field staff well trained with medical knowledge and can help you when emergency situation arises with proper care and assurance and will treat you with medical know how, if its serious they are well equipped to call for helicopter services for emergency evacuation.

  4. Q.4

    How is the meal in Tea-house and Lodge on route trek?

    The meals that we serve on route lodge will be hygienic as our cook and kitchen are well versed in hygiene and eco tourism in lodges we have cooks to supervise and to maintain the food quality as well. Food can vary depending upon the season and places according to its availability during the right season. Basically, the food menu has Nepalese Dal Bhat (lintel soup and Rice) with mixed vegetable, fried Potato, fried noodle,  variation of soups. In Many places, Continental dishes like Hash Brown Potatoes, beaked Breads, Pan Cakes, steamed Vegetables, Sherpa Stew, varieties of Pizza and many more items . But, as you climb higher the food choices is very minimum due to the colder climate and the elevation.

  5. Q.5

    How is the standard of Tea house on treks? Can I have my own single room?

    There a few standard of Tea-House or lodge on route trekking depending upon your choice and budget around Everest you can find luxury or deluxe resorts and lodges in few areas, whereas on many places with overnights in simple and basic standard lodge with views of mountains from your rooms. Most of the lodge with twin sharing rooms with separate common bath and rest rooms with large and warm dining, few places where you can find rooms with attached toilet and bathrooms, higher up due to harsh weather and terrain, much of the facilities are limited but serves you with excellent food menu. You can book for single rooms on route trekking where available higher up with minimum chances especially in high peak trekking season.

  6. Q.6

    How are the arrangements for safe drinking water on treks?

    On every treks whether on lodge or camping treks, we serve you with boiled and cooled drinking water which is safe, where purify tablets and process does not work 100 % in Himalayan hard water, due to high mineral contains like manganese-bi-carbonate and iron. People can buy bottled water (but it is expense and as well not good for Eco-tourism wise as it creates rubbish with the plastic bottles).

  7. Q.7

    Do you offer Money Worth and Best Value Trips without Any Hidden / Extra Cost?

    Every company has its own policy dealing with wide-world customers regarding price cost of the trip, with more people in the group is much better for the company and as well for trekking members as the trip cost will be much lower than with few persons in the group. Yes we do offer you with money worth of best services in all our holiday programs with no hidden cost, except extra cost arise, in few situation and places like on restricted areas Upper Mustang-Upper Dolpo and so on, where special permit required at extra cost depending the area of chosen destination.

  8. Q.8

    How do I Book a Trip with your company?

    At first sending the advance trip payment to our company in our Bank account provided where you must fill forms with detail of your passport with expire dates, most important the trip of your choice and then sending a transfer minimum of 65 % advance trip payment, which is non-refundable to secure your booking well in advance. On receiving your details of following document like passport with scanned or photo-copy, along with booking forms, then we will send you full confirmation letter with deposit as well a receipt of advance trip payment. You can contact us for direct transfer to deposit in our bank account and as well with Credit Card payment, we do accept Visa / Master Card or any other safe and widely used Credit Card with extra 04 % surcharge as levy charge.

  9. Q.9

    What type of physical fitness should one need to be?

    In all types of travel around world-wide one need to be in normal physical shape with sound medical background, as for trekking in Himalaya which is within world highest mountainous region where one requires to be physically fit with sound health depending upon the trekking program chosen. We strongly recommend that you visit you Medical doctors before you depart from home countries that you are fit for the trek chosen, where doctors can provide you with some medical advice if required on special medical and physical side.

  10. Q.10

    Are your staff well taken care with medical Insurance?

    Yes all our office staff and as well field staff, guide and porters are well insured before leaving for the trek with medical / health insurance equipped with warm clothing as per the region of trekking / climbing destinations. Our staff is well paid as per Nepal standard of living cost with extra company perks and bonus in making each trek a huge success.

  11. Q.11

    What insurance do I need to obtain?

    We strongly advice and suggest that all travelers booked with us to obtain Travel and Medical Insurance, which is a must and important in all our trekking destination, as some treks leads to remote areas around Himalaya where medical facilities are less or does not exists. All travelers should have adequate protection on tour and treks covering personal injury, death, medical expenses, and repatriation expenses by any means of transportation including Helicopter services or air ambulance in emergency and immediate evacuation. The insurance should also cover items or valuables if lost-missing-damaged or in theft situations.

  12. Q.12

    What are the procedures in case of emergency?

    Our guide and field staff are well trained in Medical know how, in such case with emergency situations, where clients need to be evacuated from the areas of trekking our staff will contact the head office and soon and immediately we will send the helicopters for safe evacuation to reach nearest medical help and hospitals to save the clients for quick recovery from further illness.

  13. Q.13

    Worried about AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)?

    Depending upon the areas of trekking from moderate-adventurous to challenging treks or climbs, our programs and standard itineraries have enough acclimatization days at certain heights, where rest and spare days are necessary on high altitude treks. In certain high altitude treks and climbs we do carry portable oxygen cylinders as well Gamma or Pressure Bags to reduce the problem of AMS if arise, our staff are well trained for this type of situation where the victims will be carried or brought to lower elevation for safe precaution. Normally in high altitude your doctors might have prescribed some medicines like Diamox or Actemodizile for high altitude start using one tab in the morning and one in night time before starting the trekking above 3,000 meters high keep using till return. The best treatment for high altitude drinks plenty and pee a lot taking slow pace on uphill with plenty of short rest. With AMS symptoms descend is the only remedy or evacuation in severe case by any means of transport or by Helicopter.

  14. Q.14

    What Safety measure and precaution taken from your side of the company?

    First of all our guides are well prepared for emergency situation and have gone numerous medical and mountain rescue training each year. We have set the itineraries days with much rest day for acclimatization at certain heights as safety measures and precaution, carrying portable oxygen bottles and Gamma or Pressure bags when required by the victims of AMS or other illness. We have strong and good connection with private Helicopter companies for immediate emergency evacuation when needed. On each trek our guide will carry comprehensive medical kit as well.

  15. Q.15

    Do you have airport transfer facilities?

    Yes, in all our trips when booked with us we provide transportation to and from the hotel-airport which is included in most of our trip cost.

  16. Q.16

    Is there are Hot Shower and washing facilities on treks?

    Depending upon the areas of trekking destination, like on normal mainstream trekking Everest- do have hot / cold shower facilities in most of the lodge and hotels, some have hot water buckets for bathe or for washing. As the altitude gains such facilities are minimum of higher altitude areas, in camping sometimes we carry shower tents providing you with hot water buckets as well washing water every morning before breakfast.

  17. Q.17

    How much weight do we carry on the trek?

    All your bigger bags with much weight will be carried by our porters and pack animals like Yaks and Mules, on domestic airlines 20 kg is the maximum weight that you can carry not counting your hand bags. While on trek you will be carrying your personal belonging in your day pack which will be at least 5 to 10 kgs maximum while other bigger bags carried by our porters. Weight differs on the areas of trekking destination, on climbing you will be carrying much with climbing equipments and warmer high altitude gears as well. Normally 25 to 30 kgs are enough on moderate and adventurous trekking programs which is the standard weight carried by porters.

  18. Q.18

    What is the best way to reach Nepal from USA- UK and Australia / NZ?

    Depending upon the season and connection of international airlines to and from Nepal to such countries in Nepal Saudi-Quarter-Gulf-Emirates-Ethiad-Turkish airlines connects travelers to Nepal from Europe as well Air India and other airlines like Jet Airlines also do connect with Nepal from India and to other parts of the world with transit based in Indian cities of Mumbai-Calcutta and Delhi. For Australia and New Zealand an easy connection with Thai-Dragon (Cathay Pacific Airline) Silk (Singapore Airlines) connects flight to Kathmandu – Nepal via Hong Kong-Singapore and Bangkok while for west of USA can use this route and for East of USA can travel through Europe to reach Kathmandu via respective airlines that connect with Nepal through certain transits points.

  19. Q.19

    Do I need to be in Nepal a day earlier before the trip departure and book the air tickets well in advance?

    It is best to reach Nepal much earlier at least 2-3 days before the trip departure if it is convenient for you as per you holiday limited time duration or a day before the trek departure, earlier arrival gives you time to blend with Nepalese environment and culture and to plan much better with local shopping for the treks.

  20. Q.20

    Can we recharge camera batteries on trek?

    Yes it is available in most of the lodge where they have small Hydro electricity power or by solar charging at extra cost, or one can carry a portable solar panel if you are trekking around remote areas of Himalaya without such facilities.

  21. Q.21

    Can trekking gears available in Kathmandu for hire or to buy?

    Yes, you can hire and buy all types of trekking equipment from Down Jackets to Sleeping bags with other necessary gear needed on treks. If it's too much to carry from home you can do your trekking shopping in Kathmandu or at Pokhara depending upon the areas of trekking.

  22. Q.22

    Will my Cell phone work while on trek in Nepal?

    Yes it works depending upon the areas of trekking, since last 2 decades most of the villagers and guide do have cell-phones including STD / ISTD in some villages and towns Hotels and Lodge. In some areas like deep valley and gorge area the cell phone does not work well for some days, but normally on high and open areas it certainly works depending upon the local / international SIM used.

  23. Q.23

    How much tipping should I keep in my budget?

    Tipping is not compulsory, but has become a tradition among guides and trekking staff including porters started from early mountaineering expeditions which is still active to this day with tipping or gratitude to fellow staff-guides and porters in making the trip a great success with much enjoyable time. Most of the abroad agents have mentioned the rate of tipping in their brochure and websites and it all depends upon the number of trekkers in the group and as well duration of trekking. Normally you can tip from USA $ 50 to 100 in the kitty money with other members of the trek which is to be divided among trekking staff and porters by the head guide and group leaders. If you have enjoyed more than enough with overwhelming time with your guides and porters you can hand more than above mentioned figure.


Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

Hi Rajan – Thanks again for a most awesome trip that you made possible! As a follow-up, Gail and I would like to share some friendly thoughts regarding our experiences. The entire time we spent in Nepal was wonderful. Paras is a gem – a great guide in many ways. The driver was also very friendly and did a fine job. The Hotel was a total winner. The room was okay, nothing special, but there was a lovely pool area that Gail and I were able to find refuge on many afternoons.from the “craziness” (in a good way) of the City. Poolside food service and the Hotel’s buffet breakfasts were excellent. The food was okay, but the menu never changed during the six or seven days we were there and the selection of Western-style food was limited. The entire hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Moving along, our trip to Bhutan was very nice, and it was very special meeting the King, but the overall experience was so-so compared to Nepal. We had a very nice guide who we liked a lot, so it wasn’t anything to do with her. The food we had during our stay at the Aryia, the TNG, and the restaurants we went for lunch and dinner, was not to our taste at all. Breakfast buffets at both hotels were stingy and limited in variety for Western palates. In two places we shared tables with total strangers, which we would have preferred not doing. On our first night in Bhutan we were seated in an empty local restaurant with two women (that hadn’t met before either) that I believe were clients of your Bhutan tour affiliate. To Gail and me the food was terrible. So was the rice wine. The two strangers were nice. One final thing. We did not make the climb to the Tigers Nest because of its difficulty. We take some of the blame for that since we were not physically up to it. That said, we had no idea of the distance and altitude gain from ground level to the monastery would be so challenging. If we had, we would have conditioned ourselves better and brought along better equipment. You might want to provide future clients with some more detailed advance warning. In sum, the trip was great. Feel free to use us for any references you may be asked for in the future.
BOB Mayer

Bob Review submitted - May 23, 2019

Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet Tour

Our trip went smoothly even though it was the monsoon time. Dipak planned everything for us in advance, we loved his itinerary. Assigned guide in all places were excellent. Our drivers were always punctual and worked very hard for us. Thank to the team of Himalaya Holiday Service.

Review submitted - July 14, 2018

Most memorable vacation

Dear Rajan,
Thanks so much. It has been a wonderful trip and you have done a great job organizing everything, including making all the changes to ensure that we had a most memorable vacation.
Both guides were great. We enjoyed our time with Sajan in Bhutan and with Paras here in Nepal. They were both very knowledgeable, answering all our many questions, as well as being most pleasant to spend time with.
Everything more than met our expectations. We will recommend you to all our friends. Let us know if your service ever expands to include other countries.

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Phone: 011-859-441-3255
Travel Year: 2017

Linda and Bill Sheffield, Fort Thomas, Kentucky

Review submitted - September 22, 2017

Great Nepal Tibet trip

The trip to both countries were great Jim Potter and Deb Miller, USA

Dear Rajan
Our recent trip to Bhutan and Nepal was excellent and we really appreciated the superb service and attention to detail that you and your guides gave us. From the very beginning we were impressed that you even went to the trouble and expense to call us to make sure we understood some of the intricacies of the scheduling. That was surely above and beyond the call of duty.

You were also very patient and flexible in working with us to achieve all that we wanted to in our short trip while keeping within budget. All in all, you guys did a great job of communicating with us and letting us know what was going on, within a fairly short timeline. We really appreciated it.

The trip to both countries were great, our guides and drivers were wonderful and we saw so much more with your help than we ever could have on our own. We would not hesitate to recommend you to anyone needing travel assistance. Thanks again for everything.

Travel Year: 2013

Review submitted - September 22, 2017

Himalayan itinerary Nepal Tibet Bhutan

Himalayan itinerary Nepal Tibet Bhutan

Hi Rajan,
Just wanted to thank you for arranging such a wonderful tour.  Our Himalayan itinerary Nepal Tibet Bhutan was just what we expected.  Even with the change in our itinerary due to Air China changing our flight schedule to Tibet, you were able to modify our itinerary so that everything proceeded without a hiccup.  Our guides in Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal were a wealth of information, spoke good English and were very accommodating.  In addition to showing us all the sights designated on our itinerary, all the guides were able to fit in things that they thought were important and not on the itinerary and we still had enough free time to wander around on our own.   Our trip was a huge success and I would recommend your services to anyone interested in traveling in Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal.
If you have any other travelers that would like to talk to someone about your company’s services, please do not hesitate to have them contact me by email or phone.
Once again, thank you.


Glenn Chu, Madera, California, USA

Phone: 559 7067446
Travel Year: 2017

Review submitted - September 22, 2017

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