Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Based on 5 Reviews
  • Destination:Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet
  • Total Duration:14
  • Start Point:Kathmandu
  • End Point:Kathmandu
  • Trip Grade:Moderate
  • Accommodation:comfortable lodges
  • Transportation:flight/ cars
  • Max Group Size:2- 15 Pax
  • Best Time:spring and fall

Overview

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour introduces the Himalayan culture, religion, and nature. Spiritual experience, significant monuments, and breathtaking panoramas will be a lifetime trip. This package is specially designed for travelers who have limited time and wants to enjoy the beauty of different places in a very short period of time.

Nepal is a landlocked country which is rich in natural resources. The highest peak of the world Mount Everest is one of the major attraction of Nepal. The military of Nepal is the fifth largest in South Asia, it is notable for its Gurkha history. The beauty of Nepal is because of its people. Nepal gives visitors thousand of memories to take back along with immense love and sense of attachment with the local villagers who extend their warm greetings to early visitors. The ancient culture, monuments, religious Hindu temples, and peaceful Buddhist monasteries are breathtaking. It’s a rare opportunity to experience Nepal’s rich cultural diversity.

Tibet on the lofty Tibetan plateau on the northern side of the Himalayas is an autonomous region of China, it is the homeland of the Tibetan people as well as some other Ethnic groups such as Monpa, Tamang, Sherpa people. Under a few Tibetan kings, Buddhism became established as the state religion and Tibetan power increased even further over large areas of central Asia. Tibet has its own famous historical Traditions and holds unique religious. Tibet’s economy depends largely on agriculture. Forests and grasslands occupy large parts of the country. Tibet is an autonomous region of China but there are an independence movement and even a government-in-exile handed by the former ruler, The Dalai Lama. Tibet has now become a popular travel destination.

Bhutan is a small landlocked country in the Himalayas between the Tibet and India. It has stunning scenery and is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world. Bhutan is known for its monasteries, fortresses, and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. Smoking, as well as tobacco products, are illegal as are haunting and fishing. Employees must wear traditional clothing during work hours.

People here loves their queen and king a lot. The main attraction of Bhutan is its perceived focus on peacefulness. People are polite and genuinely helpful. The focus on peace of mind in Bhutan is reflected in law. Year by year the number of visitors has been increasing. Favored visiting spot such as Tigers nest monastery is being more crowded. The people are now much more eager to visit this fiercely independent and vibrant land.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour introduce Himalayan culture, religion and nature. Spiritual experience, significant monuments and breathtaking panoramas will be a lifetime trip. This package is specially designed for travelers who have limited time and wants to enjoy the beauty of different places in very short period of time.

Detail Itinerary

After arriving to the Kathmandu airport your group leader or one of the office representative will receive you and transfer to hotel.

The kingdom of Bhutan is nestled like a gem in the Himalayan mountains between Tibet and India. Once you reach Bhutan the majestic peaks of the Himalayas will only be overshadowed by Bhutan’s historic monasteries and warm welcoming people. Then we drive to Thimpu.

Thimpu is the capital and largest city of Bhutan. It is the most happening city in Bhutan with plenty of restaurant, night clubs, and shopping center  etc. there are many attractions in Thimpu that form the most important attractions in the city.

Then on this day we will be visiting Punakha. Punakha is one of the 20 districts of Bhutan. It has the second oldest Dzong in Bhutan and also many other attractions. This is a model rice growing village in the western Bhutan. And after Punakha excursion we will return back to Thimpu.

Paro is a town in the Paro valley of Bhutan. It is a historic town with many sacred sites and historic buildings. It is also home to Bhutan’s sole international airport ‘’Paro airport’’.

On the sixth day of the tour we will again be returning back to Kathmandu, Nepal.

Now on this day we will be doing the tour of the medieval city Kathmandu. It is the largest city of Nepal At Kathmandu you get to learn about the history of Nepal and also the culture and customs of the Nepalese people.

And again on this day we will be doing Kathmandu sightseeing. We will visit to the historic places, monuments, temples, pilgrimages such as Kathmandu durbar square, Patan durbar square, Bhaktapur durbar square, Boudhanath stupa, Soyambunath temple etc.

Lhasa is the second most urban area in the Tibetan plateau. It is one of the highest cities in the world.

On this day we will be exploring Lhasa and learn about the culture and customs of the Tibetan people. We get to experience the lifestyle of the Tibetan people.

Lhasa is a spiritual heart and capital city of Nepal. There’s a lot you can explore and learn in Lhasa. On this day we will be doing a sightseeing tour of Lhasa. Where you can learn a lot about the culture and customs of Lhasa.

Optional excursion to Yandok- Tosho lake outside

Now on the 13th day we will be returning to Kathmandu. Afternoon at leisure.

And Here comes a day to say goodbye to Nepal. You will be dropped to the Kathmandu airport for your flight home.

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For anyone considering doing a Nepal tour, we highly recommend Binoy Rai, the owner of Mystic Himalaya Trekking and Expedition. We were really impressed by the efficiency, courtesy and the caring attitude demonstrated by Binoy in handling all our questions in such an easy manner. We highly recommend them for any future travelling prospects.
juanofdbucketliz,
Philippines

EBC 2018 – Amazing

I completed the Everest Base Camp trek with my wife and two great friends in October 2018. The trip was amazing with some of the best scenery on the planet. The Nepalese people are wonderful and so welcoming to visitors. Our trip and itinerary was perfectly put together by Binoy and the team at Mystic Himalaya and the trek superbly guided by Chogyal. This was my second EBC trek organized by Binoy and we’re already planning our return in 2020 to explore the Annapurna region. I highly recommend Mystic Himalaya Trekking and look forward to my next trek with them.
549scottw,
Sunshine Coast, Australia

Amazeballs

After my husband's 12 years of incessant nagging, I finally agreed to trek to Everest Base Camp. Having kept in contact with Binoy from his last trek 16 years ago, we had the privilege of trekking with Mystic Himalaya. The professionalism and care shown by the Mystic team was outstanding. From the moment we were picked up from the airport, to the moment we were dropped back, we were completely taken care of. Everything was so well organised, and our trekking crew, Chogyal, Pemba, Buddhi and Sujan were fantastic, every step of the way. We will definitely be back.
TryhardTravelBug,

Wonderful trip to Nepal

We recently went on a trek and tour with Mystic Himalaya Trekking. It was one of the most adventurous and fun trips we have ever been on. One of the owners and our trekking guide named Binoy was the absolute best. I can’t even begin to say how informative he was about the area and how he attended to our every need. He has his own personal crew that hauled our bags and they cooked all our meals. They were so delicious. I would recommend anyone considering going on a trek to Nepal to check them out. I can’t imagine anyone else could be better than they were. Thanks for a memorable and amazing trip.
Brad and Vicki Godfrey,

Absolutely the best Nepal Guides

My son and I had the privilege of trekking with Pranoy and Pemba in the Mustang district, and it was an amazing experience. What sets the Mystic Himalaya experience above other treks is the depth of cultural knowledge and history that the guides have to offer. In addition to breathtaking scenery, we got a fascinating look at the history, architecture, and culture of that region, presented by a guide who is articulate and very well-educated in his field. And let's talk about logistics. We managed to hit the tail end of the monsoon season and got a LOT of rain. With limited time (only one week), our Plan A was to fly to Jomsom and start trekking there. Since planes weren't flying (and didn't for 3 more days), Pranoy got us a driver. We drove for a day and were halted by a massive landslide. Pranoy came up with a new itinerary, and we got some spectacular hiking on our way to Jomsom. With each new "obstacle," Pranoy came up with a new plan and we had a superb trek. We were joking that we went through Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, etc. and were on Plan E by the end. Every bit of it was gorgeous and a lot of fun! With all of those changes, we felt safe and extremely well cared-for. Food was excellent -- supervised and sometimes prepared by Pemba. Accommodations were very comfortable and exceeded expectations. Best of all, Pranoy stayed in constant communication with locals and other guides to ensure our safety every step of the way. With this team, you are working with real professionals that have guided for National Geographic. I wouldn't trek with anyone else -- they are the best!
Lisa,

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