Nepal and Bhutan Tour

Embark on a cultural tour of two impressive kingdoms - Nepal and Bhutan.

Duration Duration 14 Days
Meals Meals
  • 13 Breakfast
  • 08 Lunch
  • 09 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 3-star hotel accommodation
Activites Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Jungle Safari
  • Monastery Observation
Price Reduced US$ 5575 Price Starts From US$ 4460
Destination Destination
Nepal & Bhutan
Difficulty Difficulty
Easy
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
2334 Meter
Activities Activity
Sightseeing
Start and Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Paro
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
2 - 8 People
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Flight
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hours sightseeing

Overview of Nepal and Bhutan Tour

Nepal and Bhutan Tour takes you on a beautiful journey of discovery. Discover the cultural riches of these two Himalayan destinations. This unforgettable Nepal-Bhutan trip will let you experience unique mountain cultures and traditions that have remained untouched by modernity. Explore ancient heritage sites and step inside sacred temples and monasteries. Gain insight into the vibrant spiritual traditions. In less than two weeks, you will experience the major highlights of these two fascinating destinations.


Nepal and Bhutan Tour Highlights

  • Visit Thimpu, Paro, Punakha Valley
  • Visit the Heritage historical center, Traditional School of Arts and Crafts, Punakha National Park, Jigme Dorji, and National Library.
  • Visit old Tibetan Buddhist culture.
  • Appreciate the grand excellence of the nation and watch the nearby way of life
  • Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing (Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swoyambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square)
  • City of paradise — Pokhara sightseeing and sunrise view from Sarangkot
  • Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park (Jeep Safari 3-4 hours, canoeing at Rapti River, Tharu Cultural Dance Show

Journey into the heart of Nepal and experience this enchanting region’s colorful sights and culture. Mingle with local villagers and craftspeople, visit tranquil temples and sacred Buddhist sites, travel the cobbled streets of tiny mountain towns, and search for unique wildlife.

From the whirlwind of Kathmandu to the lush jungle of Chitwan National Park – with plenty of delightful hidden gems in between – take an unforgettable tour of Nepal, brimming with culture, history, and natural beauty. Bhutan is the little secret of Asia.

Overshadowed and nestled between China and India, it is a relatively new travel spot, with many undiscovered secrets in its natural scenery and quiet townships. The land is dotted with red-clothed monks, ancient Buddhist temples, and friendly smiles. It is one peaceful country where gross national happiness is more important than money, where chilies are used as a vegetable rather than for spice, and the thunder dragon, Druk, is emblazoned on the national flag, symbolizing the people of Bhutan: loyal, patriotic and living with a total sense of belonging within the kingdom.

Take this Nepal and Bhutan Tour and visit two Himalayan nations renowned for their dramatic landscapes, outstanding mountain views, generous hospitality, and fascinating culture; for centuries, outsiders were forbidden to enter these two Himalayan kingdoms. While Nepal opened its doors to outsiders during the late 1960s, it introduced tourism in Bhutan only in the mid-1970s.

Following a strict policy of sustainable tourism to safeguard its environment and culture, Bhutan allows only a handful of tourists to visit the country yearly. Embark on an unforgettable journey and explore Nepal and Bhutan Tour.

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Nepal and Bhutan Tour Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

    Representatives from Peregrine Treks and Tours will receive you at the airport and escort you to the hotel. You will meet your leader at the hotel, who will briefly discuss Nepal and Bhutan Tour in the late afternoon. The briefing contains trip details, itinerary description, and schedule.

    If there are any last-minute changes, coordinate with the leader to make rearrangements. Later in the evening, you are free to stroll around the streets of Kathmandu on foot. Kathmandu is a city carrying ancient architecture and modern structures, both at the same time.

    There are primarily Newari people, whose traditions are the ethnic group inhabiting the city-forming street markets (bazaar). After the street walks, consult with the leader about dinner in the local restaurants with your group.

    Accommodation: Ramada Encore by Wyndham, Thamel, Kathmandu, or a similar hotel
    Meals: Not Included

  • Day 2: Mountain Flight to Mount Everest and Kathmandu return

    On the second day, you will take a mountain flight and fly over the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest. The weather is quite unpredictable for the flight, but we will try our best to take records of probable weather timing.

    With this flight, you will also experience flying over Sagarmatha National Park. It is the first national park of Nepal to be listed in the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site.

    Descending from the highest peak, we will return to Kathmandu and move ahead to explore a few World Heritage Sites. Our next attraction is Bouddhanath Stupa, located at the heart of the Tibetan trade to Kathmandu. The structure of Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest and unique in the world.

    Also, we will visit the most significant Hindu Temple – Pashupatinath, situated on the bank of the divine river Bagmati. Walking around the temple, you might encounter the Hindu funeral on the bank (ghat).

    The most common funeral ritual in the Hindu Religion is burning the corpse. It might give you a cultural shock. The temple usually closes from noon till 5 Pm. If you have more time, you can return to the biggest ara temple from 6 pm till 7:30 pm.

    Either way, you can walk around the nearest durbar square, Kathmandu Durbar Square. It is surrounded by astounding architecture dating back to the Lichhavi Period in the third century. Moreover, these three complexes were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the same year, 1979 AD.

    Accommodation: Ramada Encore by Wyndham, Thamel, Kathmandu, or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 3: Flight/Drive to Pokhara

    On this day, we will catch the early morning bus to Pokhara or a flight at an additional USD 120, where we will spend two nights. Pokhara is famous as the city of lakes.

    There are seven lakes in the Pokhara region, among which Phewa Lake is the second largest in Nepal. We will reside in one of the best hotels near Phewa Lake. We will ride for 20 minutes to reach Peace Pagoda in the daytime.

    Nepal has two of eight Peace Pagodas, one in Lumbini and another in Pokhara. You can see Annapurnas, Machhapuchhare (fishtail peak), and other surrounding peaks. After exploring and gaining peace from visiting the peace pagoda, we will move to our next attraction.

    Many people know Nepal as a mountainous country. You will learn about the mountains’ history and culture by visiting the International Mountain Museum. You can call your day off after mesmerizing by the past mountains and the alluring tales.

    Accommodation: Hotel Water Front or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Note: If you go to Pokhara by flight, you will cover the sightseeing in International Mountain Museum and Peace Stupa. If not, you will do sightseeing the next day.
  • Day 4: Pokhara: Exploration day

    Today you can have this day by yourself. You can call your leader on sightseeing or explore wandering in the streets and see where it takes you. As mentioned earlier, there are seven lakes in Pokhara. You can plan on grabbing a bike, riding to the nearest lake, taking a boat, and sailing around. You can also go shopping and enjoy meals at some exciting cafes.

    Accommodation: Hotel Water Front or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Drive/Fly to Chitwan National Park

    Today we will depart for our next destination, the first national park of Nepal, Chitwan National Park. We will drive approximately four hours (depending upon traffic) to reach there. In the afternoon, you will check in on one of the ethnic and eco-lodge in Sauraha.

    There, the lodge manager will welcome the group, and later on, he will introduce us to the nature guide. A nature guide is most for any activity done in the national park. The guide will brief the list of activities and their schedule.

    Chitwan Jungle Safari
    Chitwan Jungle Safari

    We suggest you rest in the afternoon in your lodge to retain the stress from the road trip. Afterward, you can walk towards the riverside and enjoy the sunset with chilled beer.

    Tharu people are the former inhabitants of Chitwan National Park. These people have their own culture, traditions, and customs. Every evening a group of Tharu people presents their cultural dance for an hour.

    You can consult your leader and organize to see the cultural program in a nearby theatre. After the show, you can either return to the hotel or stay at any bar and enjoy a drink with your friends.

    Accommodation: Hotel Parkland or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 6: Jungle Activities in Chitwan National Park

    Peregrine Tour and Trek is a travel agency that respects animals. We do not support any activities like elephant safari or elephant bathing. Hence, other activities like Jeep Safari, Canoe ride, Elephant Walk, and a lovely day with an elephant.

    In the morning, you can book an activity of Elephant Walk, where you will be following an Asian captive elephant on foot. In this activity, you can get close to the elephant and learn about her natural behavior without causing harm. After that, get ready for the jeep safari.

    One horn Rhino in Chitwan National Park
    One horn Rhino in Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park holds the second-biggest population of endangered Rhinoceros unicornis. Around 120 tigers (Bengal tiger) inhibit in Chitwan National park, but a sighting is rare.

    Apart from these magnificent creatures, you can see various deer, birds, and other wildlife. After finishing the jeep safari, you can join us for a canoe ride in the late afternoon and enjoy the silence of the Rapti river.

    During your canoe ride, you can have a chance to see Gharial and Marsh Muggers. These are the only two crocodile species in Nepal where Gharials are considered endangered. After finishing these activities, you can rest your evening and have dinner in the local Tharu Kitchen.

    Accommodation: Hotel Parkland or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 7: Return to Kathmandu

    We have one option for you if you feel like blending in with nature for the last time on this trip. An early morning bird is watching the program for a couple of hours. You can join the program. After that, we depart from Chitwan and fly to Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, we will wrap up the Nepal trip and prepare for Bhutan’s following destined country.

    Accommodation: Ramada Encore by Wyndham, Thamel, Kathmandu, or a similar hotel
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 8: Kathmandu - Paro - Thimphu

    We will take a short flight from Tribhuvan International Airport to Bhutan and land at Paro Airport. If possible, manage your seat on the plane’s left side to enjoy scenic views of the mountains.

    Upon arrival in Paro, we must go through the immigration office and complete a few custom formalities. Later, a licensed Bhutanese guide will receive you and take you to Thimpu’s capital city. Driving for two hours, you will see varieties of Bhutanese features starting from mountains, rivers, and agricultural fields with red rice planted.

    Reaching the hotel, you will have delicious local lunch and visit nearby attractions. The guide will visit the two most popular and traditional factories on this day. One is Nado Poizokhang Incense Factory, and another is Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Centre. You can then wander around the streets of Thimpu and explore the magical city.

    After returning to the hotel, we will have a small group session in the evening to discuss the Bhutan trip and have dinner together.

    Farewell from Kathmandu Airport
    Farewell from Kathmandu Airport
    Some Important Facts:
    • The Bhutanese Government has strict regulations in the tourism sector. They give provision to quality tourists rather than quantity.
    • Peregrine Tours is one of the valued travel agencies for Bhutan tours, and we only provide a group visa.
    • The travelers are compelled to arrive and depart on the fixed dates arranged by the tour agency.
    • There might be a rare and unfortunate case of not getting a flight that causes early arrival or late departure.
    • In such cases, our agency can only book other accommodations associated with a particular individual visa.
    • Doing so could add an extra sum for your tour, around 600 USD, which you must pay for a booking.

    Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel

  • Day 09: Exploring Thimphu
    • Walk through the alleys of the Tibetan Village and agricultural fields and pass natural timberland.
    • We will hike through the riverside trails to Pangri Zampa Gompa, passing Tango and Cheri Gompa. It is the national center of traditional astrology.
    • Enjoy the picnic lunch on the bank of the riverside.
    • Afternoon sightseeing in Thimpu.
    • Visit the National Memorial Stupa. It is one of the tallest monuments in Thimpu. It was built in honor of the third king, Jigme Dorje Wangchuk.
    • Visit Zhilukha Nunnery, also known as Drubthob Goemba.
    • It is the biggest nunnery in Bhutan, housing around 60 nuns.
    • Visit Choki Traditional Art School.
    • Visit the National Textile Museum. Here you will see the
    • Bhutanese history of traditional textile weaving and heritage.
    • Last, you can go shopping at the National handicrafts Emporium on the last day of your Thimpu stay. This place is famous for high-quality handmade traditional products.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel

  • Day 10: Drive to Punakha

    Punakha is one of the districts lying at an altitude of 1,242m lower than Thimpu. Due to the lower elevation, the temperature is relatively warmer, and it is also considered Bhutan’s ancient winter capital.

    The distance between Punakha and Thimpu is around 72 km, taking four hours for bus drivers. During the journey to Punakha, we will pause at Dochu-La pass to steal a glance at Gangkar Punsum. Gangkar Punsum is the highest peak, with an altitude of 24,770 ft/7,550 m.

    Punakha Valley
    Punakha Valley

    Reaching Punakha, we will settle at the hotel and take a short hike to Chimi Lhakhang. This complex is known as a fertility temple where childless women visit to bless a child from the saint.

    There is a legend of Chimi Lhakhang dedicated to Mad Saint Lama Drukpa Kunley. It is believed that Lama Kunley protected this area from the demon who appeared as a dog from Dochula Pass. He used his “flaming thunderbolt of wisdom” (Saint’s Phallus) to restrain the demon and capture it in a stupa outside the monastery.

    Experiencing the ancient tale of Chimi Lhakhang, we will return to our hotel and call it a day off.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel

  • Day 11: Exploring Punakha

    We will visit the second largest and oldest dzong on this day in Punakha Dzong. It is located at the junction of Bhutan’s main rivers: the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers. Punakha Dzong carries the relics of Tibetan Buddhism, Bhutanese architecture, and the sacred remains of Ngawang Namgyal. He was the unifier of Bhutan as a nation-state.

    Punakha Dzong
    Punakha Dzong

    After lunch, we will hike from the Mo Chu river base for an hour to visit the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten. It is situated at an altitude of 1800 meters, and the trail is mostly uphill on a loose earth mud path. The small hike is worth it despite the trail as you reach the Chorten. You will be enduring awe-inspiring 360 views of Punakha valley, viewing the paddy field and the Mo Chu River.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel

  • Day 12: Return to Paro

    We will start the day early in the morning by driving to the Dochu-La pass. Along the trail, you will encounter 108 memorials of Chortens (DrukWangyal Chortens). Each Chortens honors the Bhutanese soldiers who defended Bhutan in 2003’s war against Assam, India.

    From the Dochu-La pass, we will reach Thimpu for lunch and relax. Again, we will continue our drive to Paro Valley, where we will be staying tonight. To relieve the tiredness from the long-day walk, we will have local Bhutanese meals and rest for the night.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel

  • Day 13: Tiger's Nest Monastery: Challenging but worth taking the trail.

    We will drive to our hotel’s nearest starting point after early breakfast. We will take a challenge to hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Paro Taktsang). It is located at a cliff of 3000 ft straight above Paro valley. We will be attaining a four-kilometer distance to reach the legendary Taktsang.

    During the climb, you might feel it impossible to complete the hike, but the pain dissolves with the mesmerizing scenario of the monastery and surrounding valleys. The construction’s religious, historical, and peculiar features signify the monastery and help it stand out. Exploring the tranquilizing and captivating aura of the monastery, we climbed down and spent our last night in Paro valley.

    Tiger Nest - Paro Taktsang
    Tiger Nest – Paro Taktsang
    Essential Tips for travelers:
    • The trekking trail is a bit challenging. Hence, wear proper and comfortable hiking boots.
    • Carry the required amount of water and proper energy-giving snacks.
    • Use trekking poles, which will make your walk less painful.
    • Wear proper layers and sunglasses.
    • There is no wheelchair ramp.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: 3-star hotel

  • Day 14: Farewell from Paro

    On the last day of the Nepal and Bhutan Tour, you will have a delicious breakfast, and then we will ride towards Paro Airport. Leaving Bhutan behind and carrying the memories, we now depart from here and fly back to your destination.

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: All travellers from the group are required to leave Bhutan on the same day as per the requirement of a group visa.

Includes/Excludes

What's included

    • All land transportation during Nepal and Bhutan Tour
    • Kathmandu – Paro (Bhutan) flight
    • English Speaking Tour Guide during Nepal and Bhutan Tour
    • Sightseeing entrance fees as per Nepal and Bhutan Tour Itinerary
    • Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park
    • Meals as per itinerary
    • Bhutan Visa Fee
    • All government taxes and company service charge

What is excluded

    • International airfare except for Kathmandu – Paro flight and Nepal Visa Fee
    • Travel Insurance and domestic flight ticket
    • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
    • Tipping to the guide and driver

Route Map

Nepal and Bhutan Tour Map

Departure Dates

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.

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    Good to Know

    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).

    Tourist Visa Fee

    15 Days – US$ 30
    30 Days – US$ 50
    90 Days – US$ 125

    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.

    Essential Information

    When is the ideal time to visit Bhutan, and what is the weather like there?

    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.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    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 this Nepal and Bhutan 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.

    Reviews

    Rated 5 out of 5
    November 20, 2022

    My surprising part of this tour was the 360-degree panorama of Thimpu from the Buddha Dordenma. The serene atmosphere of the site and the numerous Buddha statues gave an impressive sight. In the same way, I’ll never forget the experience I got on the trek to Taktsang Monastery. Even though the 3000m trek was a little challenging, it was worth it once I arrived at the monastery. The spectacular panorama was visible from there. More than this, I was glad about the Nepal and Bhutan tour because everything went smoothly thanks to the services of the guides and personnel. For this fantastic journey, I am thankful to Peregrine Treks and Tours.

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    Rated 5 out of 5
    November 10, 2022

    My ultimate experience was discovering Pashupatinath and Boudhanath historical and cultural sites for the first time. The best part was losing me in the incredible ambiance of these spiritual sanctuaries. Likewise, Pokhara’s sightseeing was fantastic. Similarly, visiting Bhutan’s “Simply Museum” gave us insight into the country’s culture and allowed us to admire its beautiful handicrafts and artwork. The Tashicho Dzong, also known as Thimpu Dzong, is where we eventually entered as we continued toward Thimpu. The entire yard and the inside decorations were stunning. Dzong had a multicolored Dzong with brown paint applied on both sides. The Nepal and Bhutan tour was exciting, and we are grateful to Peregrine for making it so.

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    Linda C. Peters
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    Rated 5 out of 5
    November 3, 2022

    I did not anticipate that I would be paddling my boat next to Mount Macchapuchre and Annapurna. The feelings I had from Mahendra Cave to David’s fall were remarkable. The tranquility of Pokhara was on a completely distinct dimension. Also impressive was the view of the magnificent Rupa and Begnas lakes. The northern Himalayas of Pokhara were visible to us as we proceeded to the Buddha stupa. More than this, the lakeside evening was phenomenal, and the entire tour was first-rate. The exquisite flavor of the local breakfast and coffee I had at the Thimpu still lingers, and I will never forget either. Thanks to Peregrine treks and tours for this excellent Nepal and Bhutan Tour.

    Avatar for Tana R. Bolding
    Tana R. Bolding
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    Rated 5 out of 5
    October 28, 2022

    When one of the guides drove me to a hotel in Bhutan, I experienced a cozy atmosphere. Throughout the Nepal and Bhutan Tour, the food and accommodations were excellent. Additionally, the panorama of the entire Punakaha region and the view from the Dochu La pass (3,110m) was thrilling. Similarly, we practiced mediation at one of the Dzongs, which for some reason, gave me a substantial feel and serenity. The villagers fishing along the Pho Chu and Mo Chuu rivers were another spectacular sight. Overall, the tour was impressive, and the itinerary was well-planned, so we could see everything in the allotted time.

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    Debra M. Smallwood
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    Rated 5 out of 5
    October 22, 2022

    My remarkable and unforgettable Nepal and Bhutan Tour was the drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara. The vista of Manaslu, Hiunchuli and the gigantic white face of Annapurna from Pokhara excited me. The paragliding experience in Pokhara was also an enjoyable and noteworthy part of the adventure. The magnificent Ringpung Dzong in Thimpu also connects me to the cultural and traditional aspects of the native Bhutanese people. The tour guide was modest and helped us learn about numerous monasteries while facilitating communication with the locals. For making this possible, we appreciate Peregrine Treks and Tours.

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