Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour
Nepal and Bhutan short Tour combines prominent sightseeing places in Nepal and Bhutan.
Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour will allow you to familiarize yourself with the conspicuous Eastern Himalayas lifestyle, rituals, and environmental elements. Two spiritual kingdoms of the Himalayas will immerse you into a sanctuary of soothing ambiance above the mountains with cathedrals and panoramic views. The entire tour from Kathmandu to Paro will be an unforgettable experience overflowing with taking the initiative, encountering indigenous values and religions, and comprehending the historical relevance of both countries.
Both these nations “Nepal” and “Bhutan” are notable for their diverse traditions and civilizations worldwide. These two countries’ rich heritage and culture are a big draw for travelers worldwide. In Nepal, people consistently commemorate festivals such as Dashain, Tihar, Lohsar, and many others. In contrast, the people of Bhutan observe prominent festivals, including Tsechu, Punakha Drubechen, Jambay Lakhang, and many more.
Most individuals in these two nations practice Buddhism and Hinduism, respectively. With these exquisite cultural influences among the people, an amicable resonance permeates the entire nation. Bhutanese people dance at festivals, sporting a crimson masks and long red and brown clothing. The same is true of the Newari festival in Nepal. And the overwhelming number of Nepalese people likewise adhere to the same heritage. It is what transforms both of these nations into exact replicas of one another in every way.
The primary sightseeing takes place in both Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour. You will see the exquisite durbars and UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, including Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Swaymbhunath. Thamel, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Patan Durban Square will also be iconic sights to explore. Furthermore, the first and most crucial sight on a Bhutan tour will be Paro Bhutan. A fantastic addition to that will be to tour the monasteries around the highland of Bhutan. Furthermore, you will return to Paro after exploring Dzong in Punakha and trekking to Taktsang Lakhang. It would also be exceptional to visit the historical museum and witness the indigenous handicrafts of Bhutan.
The landscapes of Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour seem to be very equivalent. The valleys, plains, Himalayas, and steep gorges and glaciers make the moment inexplicable while approaching Bhutan from Nepal. Similarly to that, both of these nations boast exemplary fauna and ecosystems. Additionally, spring and autumn are ideal for Nepal Bhutan Tour due to the mild temperatures and wholesomeness.
Likewise, the months of March through May and September through November are ideal for a Nepal-Bhutan Tour since they offer the most splendid view and a radiant glimpse of all the geographical beauties. Touring these two countries’ enchanting destinations will be relatively simple because the temperatures will be reasonable throughout these two seasons.
Furthermore, a Nepal Bhutan Short Tour is doable throughout the year with proper preparation throughout both the Monsoon and Winter Seasons. It also rains in these nations and is quite cold, bringing considerable snowfall. Therefore, it is best to consider the weather prediction before visiting Nepal to Bhutan during the monsoon and winter seasons.
This is the day you will arrive in Kathmandu. After meeting our personnel at the airport, a private vehicle will be there for you to transport you from the airport to the hotel. After short rest at the hotel, we will discuss Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour. In the evening, Peregrine Treks and Tour will host a welcome dinner.
A fantastic breakfast sets the tone for the day. After exploring Swayambhunath’s heritage, we’ll proceed to Kathmandu Durbar Square. After appreciating these elegant monuments’ incredible vision, we will proceed to Patan Durbar Square. Continuing from Patan, we will explore Kumari Temple before returning to the hotel.
An outstanding breakfast becomes the primary factor in our morning freshness. We will head to Pashupatinath, where we will experience the area’s mystic monuments and take in the scenery. As we move north from Pashupatinath, we will stop at the venerable temple of Boudhanath, the most important pilgrimage site for Buddhist people. Then, via the eastern road, we’ll visit Bhaktapur, where we’ll tour Durbar Square before returning to the hotel.
Note: Pashupatinath is a cremation place for Hindus. If you don't like to see the funeral process, please tell your guide you can skip this place.
We will start the second section of Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour Package from this day. The fantastic breakfast of the morning will provide us with energy and activity. Following our entry at the Tribhuvan International Airport, we will fly from Kathmandu to Paro, Bhutan. We will arrive in Paro, Bhutan, after lifting off by the flanks of Kanchenjunga, Makalu, and Everest.
Our driver and guide from Bhutan will meet us at the airport and transfer us to the hotel. Leaving the hotel, we’ll take the chance to perceive different attractions like the Kyerchu Sanctuary, Buddhist monasteries, the Paro Ringpung Dzong, and certain other monuments, letting the breathtaking scenery catch our attention and bring us calm. Furthermore, we will stop for a rest and spend the night in Thimpu, Bhutan’s magnificent and serene capital.
The magnificent ringing bell sounds of Bhutanese monasteries will wake us up early in the morning. After breakfast, we’ll make our way to King’s Memorial Chorten. After taking in architecture, we will immerse ourselves in the magnificent crafts and arts of the ancient culture of Bhutan. The repository and the exhibition will aid us in comprehending the relevance of the Dzong and other nearby statues. After arriving at the Thimpu Dzong and exploring it, we will proceed to Punakha. We will pause in the middle of the road at the 3,100m-high Dochu La pass for an incredible lunch. Likewise, we will arrive at Punakha in a matter of hours, where we will spend the night.
Today will be a fantastic day to experience the Punakha Dzong’s sensations. The shores of the rivers and the numerous medieval chapels will provide us with a majestic panorama. Along with admiring the spectacular grandeur of Punakha Dzong, we will proceed to Paro, where we will visit the National Museum of Bhutan and begin our drive to the hotel by passing along the fringe of the tranquil hamlet of Drukgyel Dzong. As we spend the night at the Paro, we will discuss our plans for the following day.
Today, we will trek up to Taktsang Lhakhang, which lies above 3000 meters. After breakfast in the morning, we will trek directly north of central Paro city. In a short time, we will emerge to Taktsang Gumba, one of Bhutan’s most valuable heritage sites. From here, we will marvel at the stunning vista of the Paro Valley. The edge of the mountain cliff’ where Takstsang Gumba is set. And because it is reported that the Guru Rinpoche arrived here riding a tiger and meditated for a considerable amount of time. The region is also known as “Tiger Nest.” After strolling the Taktsang monastery, we’ll return to Paro and spend the night there.
Our tour representative or guide will drive you to Paro International Airport. Following the unforgettable experiences, you will head to the next destination with a beaming smile. Our Nepal and Bhutan Short tour package ends here.Note: After finishing Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour, If you want to back to Kathmandu, we will arrange Paro - Kathmandu flight, and the cost will be USD 300 per person. This cost includes airport transfer in Kathmandu and one-night accommodation in The Everest Hotel or a similar hotel.
During Nepal and Bhutan Short Tour, We will provide The Everest Hotel or a similar hotel in Kathmandu and 3-star hotel in Bhutan. 4-star and 5-star hotels are also available in Bhutan but are too expensive. If you want to upgrade to a 4-star or 5-star hotel, please let us know, and we will provide that hotel too. In Kathmandu, we will only provide breakfast, and you can take lunch during sightseeing and dinner at a hotel or nearby restaurant. You can eat as per your preference, so we haven’t included Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
We have daily departures for private trips, so we recommend booking it according to your schedule. We do not need a minimum group size for the private trip and won’t charge additional charges for a solo traveler.
Please let us know if you need additional services like pre/post accommodation, domestic flight, Everest Mountain Flight, adventurous sports, sightseeing, etc. Please fill out this customized form for your convenience.
Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.
We accept major currencies such as the US Dollar, the Great Britain Pound, the Euro, the Australian Dollar, the Singapore Dollar, the Indian Rupee, the Swiss Franc, the Canadian Dollar, the Japanese Yen, the Chinese Yuan, the Saudi Arabian Riyal, the Qatari Riyal, the Thai Baht, the UAE Dirham, the Malaysian Ringgit, the South Korean Won, the Swedish Kroner, the Danish Kroner, the Hong Kong Dollar, the Kuwaiti Dinar, and the Bahrain Dinar.
Type C, D, and M power plugs and sockets are used. The standard voltage and frequency are 230 V and 50Hz, respectively.
Vaccinations You must be completely vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 14 days before traveling to Nepal. Vaccination documentation is required.
On Arrival Visas are available at Nepal's entrance points for travelers. Travelers from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Syria, on the other hand, are required to obtain a visa through their nearest Nepalese diplomatic post (embassy/consulate).
To confirm the trek/tour package, we want a deposit of at least 20% of the total tour/trek fee. The remaining balance must be paid when you arrive in Nepal. We take Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, American Express, and other major credit cards. The total cost of a Bhutan and Tibet tour must be paid in full at the time of booking.
We strongly advise you to purchase a SIM card for reliable internet access throughout Nepal. Nepal Telecom (owned by the government) and NCELL (owned by the private sector) are the two main SIM card providers in Nepal. It is preferable to get a SIM card at an airport, where staff will assist with activation and data plan purchases. If you have a SIM card, it will be easier for you to contact us and locate our airport agent.
You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.
Bhutan can be visited all year long. Summer (June, July, and August), autumn (September, October, and November), winter (December, January, and February), and spring is the four seasons (March, April, and May). However, the country has a wide range of altitudes, and the north Indian monsoons significantly impact the climate.
Temperatures in the southern hemisphere typically range from 15°C to 30°C year-round in a humid, subtropical climate. Warm summers and chilly, dry winters characterize the climate in central Bhutan, which features softwoods. Winter temperatures in the north are substantially lower. Mountain summits are always covered in snow due to their high height, and the lower regions are kept cool in the summer.
The Indian monsoon season primarily affects the southern regions and lasts from late June or July until late September during the summer. Summer is the primary farming season because crops grow in lush surroundings.
The wet season is followed by autumn, which lasts from late September or early October through late November. Bright, sunny days and perhaps early snowfall at higher elevations are its defining features. As farmers enjoy the rewards of their labor, this is the time of year for celebrations and feasts.
The winter arrives in late November and lasts until March. Most of the country experiences frost, and snowfall is frequent above elevations of 3,000 meters. Bhutan’s official language, Dzongkha, translates Drukyul as “Land of the Thunder Dragon” and describes the region as having gale-force winds at the highest elevations and via high mountain passes. The winter northeast monsoon causes this phenomenon.
Bhutan’s typically dry spring season begins in early March and lasts through mid-April. With nature in its prime, it is a botanist’s dream. With sporadic showers, summer weather starts mid-April and lasts until late June.
You need to click the “Book Button” and proceed to fill up the missing information. We need at least 20% deposit amount to confirm the tour. After getting, the deposit amount and passport details, we will send a tour confirmation voucher. You might need to show that confirmation voucher for the airport transfers service.
It would help if you had a visa for Bhutan and Nepal Tour. A Nepal visa can obtain at Tribhuwan International Airport, and 15 days visa fee is USD 30. We will arrange a paper visa to Bhutan, and this Bhutan visa fee is included in your package price. You need to provide a scanned copy of your passport (Color).
We have a local guide in Nepal and Bhutan. In Kathmandu, we will provide a heritage guide; in Pokhara, we will provide a city guide; and in Bhutan, we will provide a Bhutanese guide. All guides will be local and can speak English fluently. Please let us know during the booking if you need another language guide. We will arrange a guide as per your required language.
This tour will be entirely safe for female and solo travelers. You will stay in the city area there is not any security threat.
Travel insurance is not mandatory for this tour; however, it is highly recommended to cover your travel risk.
All of your included meals will be served in a buffet. So, you can choose vegetarian food from there. Please let us know if you have any special food requirements, and we will arrange that food for you.
Yes, you can take photographs during the tour. Inside the temple, monasteries might not allow taking photographs. Please consult with your guide before taking the photos. Before taking local people’s photographs, please take permission with them.
During the tour, you can exchange significant currencies like USD, GBP, Euro, SGD, and other major currencies. However, we highly recommend you carry USD in Bhutan.
In Nepal, ATM service is readily available. In Bhutan, ATMs are available but may not work sometimes. So, better to carry USD with you. You can pay by your credit card, but you might charge Credit card fees.
Bhutan uses three different types of electrical plugs: the Indian plug, which has two circular pins and is compatible with type C sockets, and the British plug, which has three square pins and is compatible with type G sockets (three thick round pins, compatible with type D sockets). Bring adapters for all three.
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