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Beauty of Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tour

Join our Beauty of Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tour to experience three different cultures and lifestyle in one trip. We show you a exotic Tibet, beauty of Bhutan and mysterious Nepal.


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    • TRIP FACTS:
      Trip Duration:
      17 Nights 18 Days
      Package Name: Beauty of Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour
      Departure Date: You Decide
      Visa for Bhutan: We will arrange
      Accommodations: Standard Hotels
      Food in Bhutan: Brekafast in Nepal and Tibet but daily 3 meals in Bhutan
      Guide in Bhutan: English Speaking, local from Bhutan
      Transportation: Private vehicle

    • DAY BY DAY ITINERARY:
    • DAY 01: Arrivla in Nepal - Hotel Transfer.
      Meet our representative at the airport who will transfer you to the Hotel. Hotel checking-in and you are free today for relaxation. Overnight in Kathmandu.
    • DAY 02: Sightseeing tour around Kathmandu.
      After breakfast leave for the UNISCO Heritage Sightseeing tour around Kathmandu. Visit Swyambhunath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan city, Khokana Village and after sight-seeing tour, transfer you back to hotel. Overnight Kathmandu.
    • DAY 03: KATHMANDU - BANDIPUR.
      Breakfast in the hotel and drive to airport. Take an hour flight to Lhasa. You will be pick up at the airport or train station, then be escorted to your hotel in Lhasa city at the comfort of your own private vehicle. En route, enjoy the breathtaking view along the Yarlong Tsangpo River. Tibetan features can be seen along the way, including Big Buddha engravings on the hill near the road, colorful prayer flags and friendly Tibetan people.

      After arrival at your hotel, the rest of the day is free for you to explore the local area and acclimatize yourself to this high altitude city at the top of the world.
    • DAY 04: Lhasa Sightseeing tour.
      Take the challenge of climbing up to Potala Palace (3,650m above sea level) and get a great view of Lhasa’s urban areas. Great photographic opportunities along the way up as you will have a great view of the traditional Tibetan architecture. Hear the story of the Dalai Lamas and see chapels that the Dalai Lamas studied, rested and worked in. Pass former Dalai Lamas’ graves which are decorated with treasure beautiful treasures.

      Continue your tour to Jokhang Temple, which is within walking distance from Potala Palace. It is considered the spiritual center of Tibet. You will see many pilgrims worship within or nearby the temple. Enter the first floor of the temple and absorb the religious atmosphere, you will see pilgrims are donating butter oil to keep the lights burning for the Buddha. While learning about more Buddhas and Lamas than you can possibly remember you will gain a feeling for the vast history of Tibetan Buddhism. You might also hear red-robed Lamas praying. Walk up to the roof of the temple, take some pictures of the gold roof and enjoy the beautiful sunshine of Lhasa while observing pilgrims praying in front of the temple.

      Finally, join locals in a traditional pilgrimage route by taking a relaxing walk in a large circular path around Jokhang Temple at Barkor Street. The street is filled with pilgrims taking part in religious activities and street venders selling a wide variety of traditional Tibetan goods and religious items. If you like you can also ask your tour guide take you to visit a Thangka workshop to marvel at the fabulous Thangka art work. There are cafes along the street as well. You can relax and enjoy the life in Lhasa in a lazy afternoon.
    • DAY 05: Lhasa Sightseeing Tour.
      After breakfast, you will first visit the Norbulingka Park, the former summer palace of Dalai Lama. Explore the beautiful gardens and experience one of the most holy sites in Tibetan Buddhism while soaking up the rich history. Next, come to Drepung Monastery, which was once the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery housing 10,000 monks in its heyday. Learn about the lives of Tibetan monks.

      Your tour ends at Sera Monastery, where you will get the chance to experience “Buddhism Scriptures Debating”. These debates are unique to Sera and are quite famous. Enjoy the debates!
    • DAY 06: Lhasa - Gyantse.
      Today you will be transferred from Lhasa to Gyantse (6.5-hour drive). En route, you’ll stop to see Yamdrok Lake, one of three most famous holy lakes in Tibet. For Tibetans, it is one of the four holy lakes of Tibet and the home of the “wrathful deities”. The scenery of turquoise blue water in the lake with the reflection of surrounding snow-capped mountains is awesome. After arrival in Gyantse, you will tour Pelkor Monastery to admire fancy frescoes, statues and sculptures. Overnight at Gyantse.
    • DAY 07: Gyantse - Shigatse.
      After breakfast, drive about 2.5 hours to Shigatse. After lunch, you will visit the Tashilhunpo Monastery, the seat of Panchen Lama and one of the largest functioning monasteries in Tibet, as well as the oldest and largest Gelugpa Monastery in Tibet. Here you will see a giant statue of Future Buddha, the largest one of its kind on earth, decorated with precious pearls, turquoises, corals and ambers. Stay overnight at Shigatse.
    • DAY 08: Shigatse - Sakya Monastery - Tingri.
      Today you’ll drive to Tingri and stay there overnight. En route visit Sakya monastery. In the 13th century, the monastic town of Sakya emerged as an important center of Buddhist scholarship. With Mongolian military support, the Sakya lamas became rulers of all Tibet. Sakya Monastery, built in 1268, is a massive fortresslike compound with high defensive walls in the southern section of the monastery. There are a lot of historical articles in the monastery, among them are: Imperial certificates, gold signets, crowns, and clothes given by the Yuan Dynasty emperors. Sakya monastery has over 84,000 Tibetan scriptures and books on astronomy, medicine, calligraphy, and history.
    • DAY 09: Tingri - Rongbuk Monastery.
      Although it's just 100km from Tingri (Shegar) to Rongbuk Monastery(altitude: 4,980m), it takes about 4 hours since the cracked winding roads demand great caution. But the views are stupendous on a clear day and feature a huge sweep of the Himalaya range including peaks over 8,000m, Makalu, Lhotse, Everest, Gyachung and Cho Oyu. When you finally get to the Base Camp, the first sight of the mighty Everest will be stunning. All the hardship you bear along the way will be well worth it. The best time to watch Mt. Everest's are early morning and late evening when the sun is rising or setting, bathing Everest in light.

      Visit Rongbuk Monasteryi which is located at the foot of Mount Everest, and has earned the title of the world's highest monastery standing at 4,980 meters high. Accommodate at Tent or Guest House near to Rongbuk Monastery.
    • DAY 10: Rongbuk Monastery - EBC - Zhangmu.
      Get up early to catch the stunning sunrise on this peak of the world. After breakfast, drive the remaining 8 km to visit Everest Base Camp where you can get a better view of Mt.Everest.

      Drive via Old Tingri and enjoy the panoramic views of snow-capped Himalayan Range on the way to Zhangmu. Zhangmu is quite close to Nepal and about 350km from Mt. Everest.
    • DAY 11: Zhangmu - Kathmandu.
      After breakfast, drive to the border of Nepal and China. Your overland trip to Kathmandu ends here. We can also arrange your pickup from the border to Kathmandu for you if you want..
    • DAY 12: Kathmandu to Pokhara.
      Morning breakfast and leave for Pokhara, another beautiful town which is known as city of lakes. It takes about 6 hours of drive. On the way you can stop for Manakamana Devi Darshan. Late afternoon arrive in Pokhara - hotel check-in and then you are free for your own activities. Overnight in Pokhara.
    • DAY 13: Pokhara Sightseeing tour.
      After breakfast you will be taken for the sight-seeing tour to the major attractions we have in Pokhara Valley. Today you will have an opportunity to enjoy with close-up view of Annapurna and Fishtail mountain range, pristine nature, sparkling lakes, limestone caves, deep gorges and waterfalls. Overnight in Pokahra.
    • DAY 14: Pokhara to Kathmandu.
      Morning - drive to Shrangkot (1500m) to enjoy the magnificent sunrise view over the Himalayas. Enjoy the close view of Mount Fishtail (6989 m), Mount Annapurna I. II, III, IV) & Mount Dhaulagiri (above 8000 m) and many more. Pokhara is the only place in the world where we can enjoy magnificent close-up view of the mountains which are above 8000 meters while setting below 1000 meter above sea level. Afternoon take short flight back to Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.
    • DAY 15: Arrival in Paro and travel to Thimphu (55 km / approx one hour).
      Breakfast in the hotel and drive to airport. take flight to Bhutan. Upon arrival at Paro International Airport, and completion of immigration formalities and collection of your baggage, you will be welcomed by our tour representative who will be your tour guide during your entire trip to Bhutan.

      Before driving to Thimphu, visit Kyichu Lhakhang (Lhakhang stands for monastery), one of the two oldest lhakhangs located in Bhutan. The drive from Paro to Thimphu takes you along the Paro Chu (Chu means water or river) downstream to the confluence with the Wang Chu, then turn upstream and travel along the Wang Chu to Thimphu.

      In the afternoon, visit the Memorial Chorten (a huge stupa) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Next, visit the Mini Zoo, which houses the national animal-Takin will be a place of interest to visit. The 4th King at one point wanted the animals to be released to the jungle; however, they kept moving in the Thimphu town and had to be re-confined at the enclosure. Before, we windup the day, make a visit to Visit Tashichhodzong, the seat of the Royal Government of Bhutan since 1952 and presently housing the throne room of His Majesty and the secretariat. Tashichhodzong is also home of the Central Monastic Body which is the apex organization of the country’s main spiritual order. Overnight stay at Hotel Phuntshopelri in Thimphu.
    • DAY 16: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha/Wangduephodrang and explore Punakha and Wangduephodrang (86 km / approx 2½ hours):
      In the morning, take a ride to the Buddha Point (Kuenselphodrang), where the tallest Buddha statue is under construction and enjoy view of the southern part of Thimphu valley.

      An hour’s drive will take you to Dochula Pass (10,130ft/3150m), from where you can experience panoramic views of the Himalayan mountain ranges on a clear day. On the way, down the hill towards Punakha valley, you will also see lots of flora and fauna.

      En-route take a hike to Chimi Lhakhang (Temple of Fertility). The walk will take about one hour (two ways) and would entail a gentle climb to a hillock, where the monastery dedicated to Divine Madman, Drukpa Kuenly is located. The Divine Madman came to Bhutan from Tibet in the 15th Century to introduce Drukpa Kagyugpa sect of Buddhism in Bhutan. He spread the religion by the nature of the sex and joked which has made it so unique than others.

      After lunch, take a mini hike/walk uphill (30-40 min) to Khamsum Yuellay Namgyal Chorten (stupa). Next, visit Punakha Dzong placed strategically at the junction of the Po Chu and Mo Chu rivers. It was built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to serve as the religious and administrative centre of the region. Damaged over the centuries by four catastrophic fires and an earthquake and floods, the dzong has been fully restored in recent years by the Royal Government.

      Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan until 1955 and is still the winter seat of the Je Khenpo (Chief Abbot). Blessed with a temperate climate and fed by the Pho Chu (male) and Mo Chu (female) rivers, Punakha is the most fertile valley in the country. Before closing the day, drive to Wangduephodrang to see the fortress which was burnt down in October 2012. Plan is afoot to rebuild it. Overnight stay at Hotel Meripuensum in Punakha.
    • DAY 17: Drive from Punakha to Paro and explore Paro (126 km / approx 5½ hours).
      Make an early drive to Paro via Thimphu. The beautiful Paro valley provides a visitor with all the essential elements of Bhutan, in general – ancient temples, massive forts, monasteries, picturesque villages, scenic hikes, and drives. Reaching Paro, take a hike to Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) or explore monasteries and dzongs in Paro.

      The climb up to Taktsang will take around 3-4 hours. The trail climbs through beautiful pine forest, many of the trees festooned with Spanish moss, and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. You stop for a rest and light refreshments at the only cafeteria mid-way and then further walk a short distance until we see Taktsang monastery.

      The monastery was built in this holy place in 1684 A.D. Legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava, the tantric mystic who brought Buddhism to Bhutan, flew here in the form of Dorji Drolo, mounted on a flaming tigress in 747 A.D. and meditated for 3 months. This incredible monastery clings to the edge of a sheer rock cliff that plunges 900m into the valley below. Lunch will be served at the cafeteria and after lunch you will return to Paro.

      Before driving to hotel, take a drive to the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong, 16km up the valley. This dzong was built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to commemorate the victory over the Tibetan invaders in 1644 (in fact the dzong’s name means “victorious Bhutan”). The Dzong was used as an administrative center until 1951 when a fire caused by a butter lamp destroyed it. Then, drive back to Paro town and visit the Rinpung Dzong (Paro Dzong) built in 1646 and currently housing administrative offices. Take a close view of the Ta Dzong, an ancient watchtower, which has been the national museum of Bhutan since 1967. A short distance further is one of the innumerable archery grounds (archery is the national sport of Bhutan and if we are lucky, we may catch a match in action). The evening ends with a walk through Paro’s main shopping area. Overnight stay at Hotel Olathang in Paro.
    • DAY 18: Departure.
      After breakfast at the hotel, our representative will drop you at Paro International Airport for onward flight to Bangkok. It is end of your tour.
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    • PRACTICAL INFORMATION:
    • Airport: Tribhuvan International Airport is the sole airport in Nepal and is located six kilometres from the city of Kathmandu.
    • Passport and Visa requirements: Everybody, except Indian nationals, are required to purchase a tourist visa. This visa can be obtained either in advance from a Nepal consulate or upon arrival. Passport should be valid for 6 months from your return date of travel.
    • Climate: Nepal's climate is highly influenced by geographical features, at higher altitude the summers are mild and winters severe, while elsewhere summers are tropical and winters mild. June and July are the hottest months, with December and January being the coolest. The warm spring and autumn are the best times to visit.
    • Food and Drink: Indian, Tibetan and Thai influences can all be detected in Nepalese cuisine, and the food can vary as much as the culture and geography does across different regions. As with many Asian countries, rice and noodles are a staple feature, as are some sort of bread accompaniment to many dishes. Fish, chicken and dal (lentil) are common with beef less so. Enjoy sampling tasty chutneys and pickles, traditional dumplings, skewered meat, and discovering the regional variations of this delicious cuisine as you travel around.
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