Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

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Trip Duration 12 Days
Group Size 2-12 people
Maximum Altitude Lhasa (3,650m)
Difficulty Grade Easy
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Seasons Mar-May, Sept-Nov

Overview of Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Do you want to witness the exclusive beauty of nature and unique historical places? Do you like to learn about diverse Asian cultures? We provide you with your dream of visiting the world’s best travel destinations with the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour.

With just one trip, you can simultaneously visit nature’s beautiful countries: Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. These countries are famous throughout the world for their extensive travel options. They have a variety of natural beauties. Despite their small size, they attract people from all over the world. They have their unique vision, art, literature, and culture.

Nepal is the land of mountains and multi-cultural people. It offers stunning Himalayas and a warm welcome from local people. Adventure sports, temples, and dense forests are the major attractions. Similarly, Tibet, the land of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, is famous for its monasteries.

It has its culture, art, museums, cold weather, and mountains. Bhutan is also renowned for its eye-catching monasteries. It also has stunning terraces, hills, shopping places, and mountains. These countries, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan tour, look similar, yet they are widely different.

They have their uniqueness and attractions. And after knowing about them, you will want to visit all of them. If visiting three countries together might be difficult, stop stressing. Today, we provide the top way to see the three high countries quickly and easily. We have made the itinerary for the best time and at the lowest cost possible.

Visit the best places in three countries on our Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan tours.

During our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, you can visit the best places. You can travel to the mountains of Nepal and the Monasteries of Tibet. You can visit the shopping areas of Bhutan for a limited time. You get to see the best of all. You can do it all with the help of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

It is an exclusive way to visit the best three countries most comfortably and efficiently. We can customize the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour based on budget, climate, or any way you want. It is also the least time-consuming trip of the three countries. You can also visit all these countries on your own.

However, there may be certain restricted places you need to learn about. So, we help make your Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour trip more manageable and memorable. You can experience the full brilliance of the sublime Himalayas and learn about the distinct Buddhist cultures.

No better tour covers the Himalayan kingdoms in Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. This tour is a 2-week long journey of Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan tour. It takes you to experience genuine Buddhist pilgrimage and glittering turquoise alpine lakes. We shift our attention to bustling Thamel in Kathmandu Valley.

You’ll find colorful Nepali costumes and exciting Hinduist culture. There are traditional Nepali temples and palaces and diverse flora and fauna. They remind you of the profound culture and history of this intriguing nation. Bhutan is famous for the last Shangri La in South Asia. It’s a different picture.

Explore the happiness, enticing landscape, peaceful living style, and fortress-like monasteries. Also, on our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we take you to the famous debating monks of Sera Monastery in Lhasa. You explore Nepali culture. You can absorb many unique sights of the Bhutanese culture and religion.

Things to do

The significant things to do are hiking, touring, and trekking in this Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. But we primarily focus on your tour and day hiking trips in this tour. Suppose you are looking for short trekking options.

The Ghandruk, Annapurna short trek, and Kathmandu Valley rim trek are the best. In Tibet, you can hike for a day at Everest base camp from Rongbuk Monastery. Similarly, Bhutan has short to long walks, like the Druk Path and the Jumolhari Mountain.

Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan are also home to ancient palaces and Buddhist monasteries. Nepal Tibet Bhutan tours unique heritage spots and structures for an exquisite experience. Nepal has ten astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Boudhanath, Pashupatinath Temple, Lumbini, and the three Durbar Squares.

The Changunarayan Temple and Swoyambhunath are also worth visiting. During our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we will explore its cultural treasures, including Taktsang Monastery. We will also visit Rinpung Dzong, Tashichho Dzong, Punakha Dzong, and Chimmi Lakhang.

Explore the Tibetan cultural highlights, including Potala Palace, Norbulingka, and Jokhang Temple. Enjoy the monastic view of Drepung. We will also tour Ganden Monastery, Sera Monastery, and Barkhor Square. You can steep yourself in Buddhist and Hindu spiritualism and take a pilgrimage tour to ancient Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage sites.

Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan Buddhist pilgrimage packages are the best-selling tours in Asia. Many famous Hindu temples include Pashupatinath Temple, Muktinath, Halesi Mahadev, and Manokamana. In Tibet, there are Chimmi Lakhang, Jambay Lakhan Ganden Monastery, Dra Yerpa Caves, Sera Monastery, and Jokhang Temple.

Itinerary of Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

DAY
01

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu Airport, Transfer to hotel

The journey begins when you reach the beautiful city of Kathmandu on our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. The city of temples, cultures, and diverse ethnicities welcomes you with an open heart. On this day you can sit and relax in your hotel and enjoy any food you like.

Car 25 Minute drive to Hotel
Accommodation Hotel
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
DAY
02

Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing, Bhaktapur, and Patan visit

Your Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour begins this day in Kathmandu. It is a dream destination for many people worldwide. You can start by visiting the holy Temple of Pashupatinath and receiving all the blessings. Then, you can enjoy sightseeing in the city.

You can also visit the world heritage sites Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square. They represent the country’s culture and history well. You can also enjoy shopping in the very Touristy place, Thamel. So, your second day ends by visiting all these famous and exciting places in Kathmandu.

Car
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
DAY
03

Day 03: Fly or drive to Pokhara

You can complete your journey to Nepal and Tibet Bhutan tour by visiting the beautiful city of lakes, Pokhara. This lovely place is the pride of Nepal. It is exotic and fantastic. It has green hills and white mountains. It opens the gate to various trekking sites.

It has unique sceneries and provides a lifetime experience. You can enjoy the lakeside and get a fantastic view of the mountains. You can also shop for many things in the colorful market. You can shop for various decoration materials, statues, and stylish clothing.

Flight 25 min
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Pokhara (822m)
DAY
04

Day 04: Tour of Pokhara

We will have a sunrise tour of Sarangkot in the early morning and a late afternoon drive back to Kathmandu.

Car
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Pokhara (822m)
DAY
05

Day 05: Fly to Lhasa

You won’t remember how fast the past three days passed. By then, your visa to Tibet will be ready. After exploring the hidden beauties of Nepal, you will prepare to explore the next best destination: Tibet.

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour begins in Lhasa. Here, you will visit various monasteries and museums. You can also get fantastic views of Mount Everest. The magnificent Potala Palace, as does the Jokhang Temple, possesses art, culture, and history.

Flight
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Lhasa (3,650m)
DAY
06

Day 06: Visit Lhasa

Today, we explore the heart of Tibet in our Nepal Tibet Bhutan special tour. Our tour begins with a visit to Sera Monastery. Sera, in Tibetan, means “Wild Rose Garden” since opulent wild rose woods once grew around it. People built the Sera monastery in 1419. The Monastery lies grandly on a mountain slope with colorful architecture.

Explore Norbulinka Palace in Tibetan ‘beautiful gardens.’ Visit the summer palace of the Dalai Lama. Enjoy watching the monks animatedly debating the Buddhist scriptures at the serene Sera Monastery. See the outstanding collection of ancient murals, statues, and scriptures written in gold powder.

Learn about the beautiful scroll paintings, tapestries, and Thangka. Visit the Jokhang Temple, a spiritual center of Tibetan people. Every day, numerous Buddhists from every corner of Tibet come to burn incense to worship here. Follow the pilgrimage circuit along the ancient streets of the old town around Barkhor Bazaar. Return to the hotel overnight.

Car
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Lhasa (3,650m)
DAY
07

Day 07: Another full day tour in Lhasa

Today, in our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we will explore the Potala Palace and Drepung Monastery. The 17th-century Potala Palace offers a fantastic view of the entire city. It has the Dalai Lama’s private quarters, numerous grand state rooms, and chapels.

We guide you through the ancient chamber of the palace and show you Tibetan art and statues. After visiting the Potala Palace, enjoy the solemnity of the holy Dreprung Monastery. It is one of the largest Monasteries in Tibet, built in the 14th century, and it shelters around 10,000 monks.

You can observe many nuns and monks chanting and performing religious discourses. But as of now, there has been quite a declination, resulting in only a few hundred. This monastery knots the Tibetans’ respect and belief. Evening free for shopping. Return to the hotel overnight.

Car
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Lhasa (3,650m)
DAY
08

Day 08: Fly to Kathmandu

Today, we will finish our tour in Tibet using our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour itinerary and fly back to Kathmandu.

Flight
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
DAY
09

Day 09: Fly to Paro and tour Bhutan.

After a memorable journey through Nepal and Tibet, you return to Kathmandu and then fly to Thimphu, Bhutan. The next three days are spent at the last destination of your journey. We start our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour by sightseeing in Thimphu. You will visit its major attractions.

There are great monasteries, unique museums, and mountains. You can also experience the unique culture of the people of Bhutan. The primary interests of this city include the Weekend Market, National Memorial Chorten, and various preservation sites. If time permits, you can shop in Bhutan’s fantastic markets and visit the nearby cities.

Flight
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Paro (2,200m)
DAY
10

Day 10: Paro to Thimpu drive

We will have a 2-hour drive to Thimpu, the Capital of Bhutan. Enjoy a full day of sightseeing, including a visit to the National Memorial Chorten. You can also visit the National Textile Museum and the Folk Heritage Museum. The School of Traditional Painting of Arts and Crafts is a worthy place to stay.

Also, tour the king’s administrative building, Tashicho Dzong. Tashicho Dzong houses some ministries, His Majesty’s secretariat, and the central monk body. Today, the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour also visits the National Library. It houses a collection of Bhutanese scriptures dating back to the 8th century.

The Traditional Paper Factory displays the Bhutanese paper-making process. It has a fascinating replica of a medieval farmhouse at the Folk Heritage Museum. Stroll around the city in the evening. Overnight at Thimphu.

Car
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Altitude Thimpu (2,334m)
DAY
11

Day 11: Sightseeing Paro: visit Taktsang (Tiger Nest Monastery)

Today, we will drive through the Paro Valley. We will see the Drugyal Dzong/Kyichu Lhakhang on our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. We will then hike to Taktsang Gompa (Tiger’s Nest Monastery), the most famous of all Bhutanese monasteries. The hike up to the viewpoint will take about 1 1/2 hours.

From there, you will enjoy a spectacular view of the monastery clinging to the side of the cliff. We also take you to the 200-year-old Watch Tower (Ta Dzong). It includes the ruins of the historical Drugyal High School. On the return drive to Paro, visit 7th Century Kyichu Lhakhang. It is one of the 108 temples the Tibetan king Songtsen Gompa constructed.

Car
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Paro (2,200m)
DAY
12

Day 12: Final departure

Today is the end of your Nepal Tibet Bhutan journey. You have many precious memories and incredible experiences from the tour. Now, you will finally return to Kathmandu. You can then fly back to your home or even take a flight from Bhutan directly.

Flight
Meals Breakfast

Fixed Departure Dates

Note: We can run a trip for solo travelers, couple, friends and family with children. Our private trips are running everyday. If you are looking for a group joining trip please contact us.

Includes/Excludes

What's Included?
  • Airport pick-up and drop
  • Transportation on a comfortable vehicle by private car or Hiace as per the group size
  • All necessary Tibet travel permits
  • Getting a Chinese visa and Tibet Travel permit
  • All Accommodation during the tour on a sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast at Nepal and Tibet tour
  • Kathmandu to Lhasa and Kathmandu flight ticket
  • Kathmandu to Paro and Kathmandu flight ticket
  • English-speaking Tibetan guide
  • All fees for Sightseeing and Monasteries as outlined in the itinerary
  • All applicable taxes and service charges
  • Experienced English-speaking Bhutanese guide and local staff. All city tours with Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per our itinerary
  • All the meals during the trip on an entire board basis (B/L/D) in the Bhutan tour
  • All government taxes
  • Bhutan Visa fee
What's Excluded?
  • Airfare to Nepal
  • Travel Insurance, Personal equipment, telephone calls, internet, laundry
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, beverages, tips, and gratitude
  • All airport taxes
  • Tibet Visa Fees
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Lunch and dinner in Nepal and Tibet tour
  • Tips and gratitude

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour more info

Why Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour?

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is suitable for everybody. The journey involves mostly driving and short-day hiking. The time is a beautiful blend of cultural immersion and hiking adventure. The best part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is hiking to Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Bhutan. It involves 4 to 6 hours (distance – 6km round trip) of walking on an uphill and downhill trail.

If you are tired, horses are also available for hire at extra cost until the halfway point. During the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we will mostly visit Lhasa. It lies at an altitude of 3,656 meters. It’s natural to feel a bit out of breath on arrival. You will feel all right after resting for a day. For emergencies, there are pharmacies and some hotels.

They have oxygen lounges where you can take supplementary oxygen if needed. Our local experienced guide will accompany you throughout your Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan tour explore the exotic Himalayan countries and different cultures. This tour is a setting of joy, showing how things are distinct and unique from the rest of the world.

Our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour will cover the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu, Nepal. You can explore Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage sites like Bauddhnath, Swoyambhunath, and Pashupatinath. We will also explore the Land of Thunder Dragons, Bhutan.

We will visit Tibet, the roof of the world. It presents the original form of Buddhism and its unique civilization. We will explore the oldest and most famous monasteries. We will pass through the beautiful lakes and ranges of the Himalayas, including the top of the world, Mt. Everest.

Major attractions of Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

This tour is the perfect kind of journey for any traveler. In just one trip, you visit the most important places in all three countries: Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. You can see the following major attractions of the locations:

In Nepal

The Pashupatinath Temple

It is on the World Heritage Sites list. This temple is the center of the Nepalese people’s religious faith and beliefs. It is famous in the country and abroad for its ethical values and beauty. Built in the Pagoda Style, this temple is magnificent.

Kathmandu city tour

Kathmandu is one of the top destinations for people worldwide. This city has temples, hills, and the best shopping places. You can visit Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar Square. You can walk around the streets and buy things. You can also participate in Nepalese festivals.

Kathmandu, the capital city, has numerous religious and historical sites. These sites bestow ecstasy and rejuvenation in life. There are multiple worth-visiting destinations in Kathmandu. However, per our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour itinerary, there is a time limitation, so we can only visit a few places. These places have the foremost religious and historical significance.

Our day tour takes you to the UNESCO-listed world heritage sites and other sacred sites of Kathmandu Valley. Your tour starts after breakfast. Our guide and driver will meet you at your hotel door. Our tour takes you to Kathmandu’s must-visit religious and cultural sites, including Swayambhunath, Patan, Pashupatinath, and Bouddhanath Stupa.

In today’s Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we are covering the temple and monastery. The temple is the sanctuary of both Hindu and Buddhist devotees. Yet, people from any religion and country can visit the temple, inspect the architecture, and see serene valleys from the highest hills.

Pokhara city tour

This exotic city is rich in natural beauty. It is also full of mountains, lakes, rivers, glaciers, temples, trekking sites, and many more. This lively place is extremely touristy and has the best hotels in the country. Explore one of the beautiful cities of Nepal on our city sightseeing tour through Pokhara.

We will explore Pokhara’s hidden natural beauty during our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. It’s also considerably famous for adventure activities. Most of the favored trekking within the Annapurna region begins from here. A day tour of Pokhara offers a panorama of nature and culture.

The Pokhara city tour includes significant tourist spots like Phewa Lake and Devi’s Fall. We will also visit Mahendra Cave, Seti River Gorge, the International Mountain Museum, and the Tibetan camp. Your tour will start from your hotel after breakfast. You will visit different beautiful and significant places around the city.

The main highlight of Pokhara’s visit is boating in Phewa Lake. It is the second-largest lake in Nepal and the main attraction of Pokhara city. It’s also a spot for water fun activities like boating and kayaking.

In Tibet

Sightseeing of Lhasa

In our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we will visit Lhasa. It is famous as “the City of Sunlight.” It enjoys far more sunshine than most places in the world. Because of the Palestine of Lamaism, Lhasa boasts many well-preserved Buddhist constructions. Most of these places are mysterious palaces and monasteries.

All the holy sites are well protected, and a devout population punctiliously maintains them. There are alterations, traditional palaces, temples, relics, and thick streets with religious history. They can still keep up with the fashionable society.

To call a couple of the tourist sights in Lhasa:
– the one spot in Lhasa is the world-famous Potala Palace. It has attracted many tourists and pilgrims from everywhere in the world.
– Attractions around Potala include Jokhang Temple, surrounded by the Barkhor shopping mall.
Chakpori Hill is to the Potala, Ramoche Temple, and Norbulingka proper. It is the previous Summer Palace of the Dalai Lama. Besides these, we must visit the three main monasteries in Lhasa: Sera Monastery, Ganden Monastery, and Drepung Monastery.

On this Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, you will go to Lhasa by air. You’ll see an easy but attractive temple north of the highway from the Gongkar Airport to Lhasa. A touch east of the temple may be a giant carved Buddha, Nietang Buddha. It’s a touch challenging to list all the Buddhist sites in Lhasa. But it’s undeniable that each one of these sights in Lhasa will provide you with knowledge. They provide insights into the Tibetan people’s fascinating history, culture, and lifetime.

The Potala Palace

The grand Potala Palace is the main highlight of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. It is the winter home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and has a famous museum. It might be one of the most beautiful Palaces in the world. It is full of art and rich in Tibetan culture.

This palace is the most iconic architecture. On our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we learned it is a top UNESCO world heritage site in Tibet. Potala Palace (3750m) overlooks the holy city of Lhasa, with its majestic presence on the tip of Red Hill. This place is a bucket list for travelers around the world.

The castle-like building has a distinct Tibetan aesthetic. You will also see rich Tibetan history and countless religions. The treasure inside the Potala Palace, a cultural heritage site, will leave you spellbound. To help you travel, we include this place in our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour package.

Besides the cultural attractions, Lhasa is also pleased with the beautiful natural scenery. The beautiful Lhasa River and the sacred Lake Namtso are nearby. There is the majestic Nyainqentanglha range. It is the well-known Yangpachen hot springs. In other words, nobody has the excuse to deny the attraction of Lhasa. It’s not strange that Lhasa may be a dream place for many travelers worldwide.

Shigatse city

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour takes you to another beautiful city named Shigatse. This city is also famous for its clear view of the tallest mountain, Mount Everest. It contains forests, hills, mountains, biodiversity, and many more.

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour will take you to one of the most beautiful places in the world: Lhasa. This city has monasteries, mountain views, museums, and much more. You can freely enjoy sightseeing in this beautiful city.

In Bhutan

Tiger’s Nest Bhutan

Tiger’s Nest Bhutan is a heavenly beauty with mountain ranges, monasteries, and temples. The people there live a pure and simple lifestyle. Most importantly, it has the highest Happiness Index, so it is famous as the kingdom of Happiness. Travelers on this Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour can’t escape seeing the beauty of Tiger’s Nest Bhutan.

Tiger’s Nest Bhutan is an easy hike and is beyond your expectations. Visiting the Tiger’s Nest is Bhutan’s most popular and recognized tourist spot. It is also known as Paro Taktsang. This place is also for Himalayan Buddhist sacred sites. The temple is on the cliffside of the upper Paro Valley in Bhutan.

It dates back to history. People built the temple first in 1692 AD around the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave. People believe that Guru Padmasambhava meditated in that cave for three years, months, weeks, days, and hours in the 8th century. Hence, Padmasambhava was the first person to introduce Buddhism in Bhutan.

He is the tutelary deity of the country. If you are a traveler and want to quench your thirst for wanderlust, then Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang Monastery should be on your top bucket list. Despite the daily visits by tourists, Paro Taktsang still functions as a monastery today. The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is near Paro, about 10km north, and it is a 20-minute drive from Paro.

The visit to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is a half-day trip, and after that, we will join the city tour of Paro. You must add one more hour to tour the monastery and enjoy its serene environment. Many people also like to have lunch in the cafeteria midway on our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour hike.

Enjoy our best of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan tour.

After the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, you will feel exceptionally refreshed. It will have an entirely positive impact on your next life. Imagine how revived we will be and how many things we will learn just by visiting one small place nearby. Then think about how much you will improve your life by visiting the best places in three countries.

Enjoy exploring the hidden treasures of past glories enriched with ancient culture. These countries have religion, beautiful architecture, and their traditional way of life. It is the same as it was for many centuries. Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan are abundant in every world’s beauty. So, invest your time and money in a place that will positively impact your life. Such a journey will remain in your memory forever. In every single way, Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan is a trip you must go on.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour package

Our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour gives you the full grandness of the sublime Himalayas. It provides a distinct Buddhist culture. This tour is one of the best packages covering the Himalayan kingdoms in Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. This 14-day-long package takes you to experience the best Buddhist pilgrimage sites. You see glittering turquoise alpine lakes and a jaw-dropping vista of Mt. Everest in Tibet.

Our tour starts with a visit to the Kathmandu Valley. You will see colorful Nepali costumes and exciting Hinduist culture. You will visit ancient Nepali temples, old palaces, and diverse flora and fauna. Learn about the profound culture and history of this intriguing nation.

On arrival in Bhutan, it is an entirely different picture. Bhutan is also known as the last Shangri La in South Asia. It has exceedingly high gross national Happiness, enticing landscapes, peaceful living styles, and fortress-like monasteries. The mandatory US$250 tour expenditure per day wraps up your long tour with a new perception of the essence of life.

The three-country tours of Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet cover the most beautiful Himalayan nations. This two-week adventure begins with visits to famous Bhutanese landmarks. We go to Tiger’s Nest Monastery, King’s Memorial Chorten, Punakha Dzong (fortress), and others. Similarly, in Nepal, we will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu.

It will also take you sightseeing in the fantastic lake city of Pokhara. The highlight landmarks in Tibet are the Potala and Norbulingka palaces. Lhasa also has the Tibet Traditional Museum, Barkhor Bazaar, and others. During our tour in Tibet, we will also visit several impressive Tibetan monasteries. We will visit Sera, Drepung, and Jokhang Temple.

The best time to Visit on the Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan trip

The best time to go on a Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour is September, October, and November. In these months, Nepalese celebrate various festivals and cultural activities. They decorate the temples. The prices are low, and the most important festival, Dashain, is being celebrated.

The bright sky allows perfect views of the tallest mountains, and the weather is neither hot nor cold. A trip during this season will enable you to watch Nepal’s grandest festivals, Dashain and Tihar. In Bhutan, they celebrate festivals like Jambay Lakhang Drup and Thimphu Tshechu.

They also celebrate Gangtey Tshechu and the Black Necked Crane Festival. Tibetans celebrate the Palden Lhamo Festival. They also have Lahbab Duchen or Buddha Descent Day festival. They celebrate Gongbu New Year along with other celebrations during this season. And in Tibet, it is the ideal time to visit.

The temperature is favorable, and there is no rain. It is the winter season in Tibet, and the days are still pretty sunny. There are almost nine hours of sunshine, and it’s just warm and friendly. It has perfect weather for visiting various places in the city. Also, in Bhutan, the weather is ideal at this time.

No rain or extreme cold makes these months ideal for sightseeing in Bhutan. Bhutan also celebrates various festivals, which you can participate in and make your journey even more memorable. Summer trips are often a touch more comfortable in both Nepal and Bhutan.

They receive monsoon rains during this point. But on the bright side, you receive discounts if you select to travel during the off-season. Touristic sites and hotels will have fewer crowds. Unlike Nepal and Bhutan, Tibet remains dry during this season because it lies under the area area.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour Cost

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is quite expensive compared to other terms. This is due to flight and government permit fees. The cost of the time depends on different factors. It relies on group size, hotel standards, private or group tours, etc. The cost of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour also depends on your group size.

If you are just one person, it is much more expensive. The price is from 2 to 6 people, about US 4900 per person. If you are above the six-person group till 12, costs will come to USD 4600 per person. You can decide first if you want to take a private tour. Or to be part of a private tour or if you want to travel in a small group.

You will travel with your driver and a private guide if you want a private tour. You can change and tailor the itinerary for the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. The whole time is under your control. The costs will drop if you opt for a small group, but you will share the car and the guide with others on the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour.

The cost of a group tour is less than that of a solo trip.

The benefit of traveling in a group Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is the cost. The solo trip price will be less compared to the private tour cost. While the number of tourists increases, the cost per person will be lower. You can share the accommodation with fellow travelers to decrease costs.

The significant impact of your tour cost is your preference in terms of accommodation. In our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, we will include 3-star accommodation. However, you can opt for 4-star or 5-star hotels, automatically increasing the final price.

The cost of 5-star hotels in Tibet and Bhutan is quite expensive. The other factor that makes the cost lower or higher is your traveling a second time. Suppose you are traveling in the low season in winter and the rainy season. The price will be lower, and there will be a discount available.

The weather is icy from December to January when you travel in winter. The views can be poor. In the rainy seasons, you may get lost in the rain on a Nepal tour and need to carry an umbrella.

Physical Fitness for Tiger’s Nest hiking

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is a natural, doable hike. Any travel enthusiast with average physical fitness can complete and enjoy it. However, individuals with respiratory/heart/knee problems can find this hike challenging. The hike duration may vary depending on the trekker’s walking pace.

Walk your own pace and listen to your body to enjoy the journey. Climbing Tiger’s Nest poses a challenge for people over 60. But it is a test of our willpower and tenacity. Suppose you have the proper itinerary management and customer handling skills of the travel agency.

You can accomplish your journey happily. Consider bringing hiking poles to help out your knees on the descent. Some people stop at the viewpoint with a row of prayer wheels. They also prefer to call it a day at the cafeteria and turn back.

You should constantly monitor your fitness and walk accordingly. Those who are physically fit and with enough previous hiking experience can choose to hike from the bottom of the cliff. Luckily, if you feel unfit to walk to the top, you can ride a horse or mule donkey to the midway.

Some tips for traveling to Tiger’s Nest Bhutan

  • Keep yourself hydrated to make your journey comfortable.
  • Slow and steady is the ideal place for any trek or hike. You’ll gain elevation very fast. Hence, you may feel short of breath. Make sure to rest when necessary. Thus, climb at your own pace. Paro Taktsang is a monastery along with many religious statues and monks. You must follow the dress etiquette in mind. Avoid shorts, T-shirts, sleeveless tops, etc. a.m. As the ticket counter only opens at 7:00 a.m., we urge you to verify with your guide for time confirmation.
  • Before entering the temples and monastery, you must remove shoes, hats, caps, and sunglasses. It would help to wear comfortable boots with ankle support, making for a pleasant walk. Wearing slippers will make it hard to walk. Wear thicker, darker shocks. It would help to carry a sweater or summer jacket to protect yourself from the wind. Before entering the monastery, you must store your bags, cameras, and mobile phones in lockers. The tour vehicles can only stop at the car park at the valley base. At the Monastery entrance, you must keep your belongings, including mobile phones, in a locker. So carry a lock and keys to lock the safe.
  • The cafeteria is midway. The animal ride will take you there. From here, you need to walk. You can also have lunch or rest here.
  • Having a walking stick with you for the hike is a great idea. The walking sticks will help you with balance, especially for the downhill climb.
  • Bringing some snacks or energy bars will help replenish energy during the hike.

Places we will see in Bhutan during our Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

The Weekend Market

One of the major attractions of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour is the Weekend Market. This market is also famous that has everything you want to see. There are simple vegetables and local organic materials. It has the freshest air. It is an open market. And you will feel great to roam around here.

Memorial Chorten

Memorial Chorten is a famous temple built by one of the Kings of Tibet, Jigme Dorji. Every day, hundreds of people visit this place to worship and visit. So, this beautiful National Memorial Chorten will make your journey more memorable. It has spell-bounding white walls and golden roofs.

DechenPhodrang

It was the historic building of Thimpu. But, after being destroyed by the fire, it is now being converted into a state school. Hundreds of students study here. It is the place that has the oldest paintings in the country. Dechen Phrodrang means “Palace of Great Bliss.” It may be a Buddhist monastery in Thimphu, Bhutan.

It lies in the north of the town. In 1971, it became a monastic school. There are 450 student monks enrolled in eight-year courses and a staff 15. The monastery contains a variety of important historical Bhutanese artifacts, including 12th-century paintings monitored by UNESCO.

They have a noted statue of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal on the upper floor. It lies within the downstairs chapel. There’s a central Sakyamuni Buddha.

Checklist and travel tips for Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

It would help if you had a Valid passport (valid for six months from your tour date). You can also bring another picture ID, such as a driver’s license (in case of emergency and for use as a substitute for a passport or in case of losing your passport).

It would help to have a photocopy of your passport page in a wallet. Also, bring a photocopy of your air ticket, which is helpful in case of loss. You can also make a copy of the Visa clearance letter and Tibet travel permit letter. Bhutan accepts major credit cards like MasterCard, Visa, and Debit Cards.

However, we recommend carrying some cash. The flight to Lhasa and Bhutan gives you a 20 kg luggage allowance, so bringing a small, handy, but safe backpack is better. In the bag, you can store your camera, wallet, passport, flight tickets, small care pack, etc.

It should also slot into one wind sheeter or similar garment. Remember, the temperature may vary as we fly or drive to Tibet. The difference in height between Kathmandu and Lhasa is more than 2200m. Kathmandu is 1,320 m, Lhasa is 3,650 m, and Paro is 2,250m.

Visa and travel permit

Upon arrival at the airport, you can get a Nepal visa and apply for a multi-entry Nepalese visa. Please bring a few passport photos needed to get a ticket and permits. Your Chinese visa will be canceled while you acquire a Tibet visa.

So, wait to get a Chinese visa before you come here. From your Tibet visa, you can travel to China. The process for a Bhutan visa is by bus, and you need a copy of your passport. We will also arrange travel permits for Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan tours.

Altitude Sickness

There is no problem with altitude sickness for your Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, and Bhutan is also okay. But, while touring in Tibet, you will reach a height of 4,000 m, so there is a chance of altitude sickness. You can prepare the trips before arrival. Do some little workouts, such as jogging, yoga, or light. Doing them for a minimum of a month before the trip will be helpful.

  • Avoid catching a chilly or respiratory problem before entering Tibet.
  • Avoid brisk walking or running immediately after you arrive.
  • Drink more water. We suggest drinking 4 liters of water each day.
  • Iron and vitamin C consumption helps to extend Hemoglobin to soak up more oxygen.
  • Diamox (Acetazolamide) might also be taken as a prophylactic.
  • Don’t take a shower on a primary day.
  • Avoid alcohol and do not smoke.

Clothing

You are doing the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour in 3 different countries. It would help if you had other clothes for warm to freezing weather. The weather also influences your choices of clothes. Bring only necessary clothing and check the weather forecast before you travel.

Only pack your baggage with a few clothes. The baggage allowance has restrictions on the flights to Bhutan and Tibet. You’ll store your extra clothes in Kathmandu. You would like a bag, warm jacket, thermal underwear, cap, and gloves for Tibet and Bhutan.

We encourage both men and ladies to pack clothes that cover their legs and shoulders. Respecting the local customs, please wear decent clothes while visiting monasteries and temples. People are very hospitable, though. The ‘layering’ system is superb for travel.

The temperature and weather can change quickly and sometimes. It’s better to have several smaller layers. You can add and remove these layers to make one enormous heavy jacket when necessary.

Shoes

It is vital to possess a robust, comfortable pair of trainers. Although there’s no trekking, we must also steer around sightseeing places with steps and rough ground. Lightweight boots are fine. Carry sneakers or sleepers for lodges for the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour.

Medical supplies

Take an adequate supply of any prescription medication you employ daily. It may include inhalers for asthma. Carry your medical kits with travel medicine. In Tibet, you’ll not find any Western medication. Cities have better facilities, but we’ll also stay in remote towns. Diamox (Acetazolamide) is the best-preferred medicine for hypoxia.
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Conclusion

There can’t be a better journey than the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. We can customize this journey according to your choice. You can add or shorten the trip days. Imagine visiting the best places in the most exciting three countries at the cheapest cost possible.

The Nepal—Tibet—Bhutan journey will be a trip and a lifetime experience. People say to invest in ventures, not in materials. This journey is an investment that will give you a return in your lifetime. You will learn much about the world’s natural beauty with a one-time Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour.

You get to see the art, literature, cultural values, and diversity across the globe. You will witness the beauty of temples and Monasteries. We can also have a great view of the world’s tallest mountain; many people know about Mount Everest. One needs to be capable enough to write about these places so well.

If you are an influencer, you will inspire many people about many things. You can pass on what you have learned about culture, nature, and more to the world by visiting these three countries. This Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour will be the best trip of your life.

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My wife and I traveled for 15 days, including a five-day trip to Bhutan in the middle. I advise everyone to spend a few days in Bhutan if they go to Nepal. It’s costly there (because it’s all government-run), but the experience is worth it. We were always thrilled with our drivers and guides.

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