Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Travel country of temple - Nepal, Roof of the world - Tibet and Dragon Bhutan within 16 days

Duration Duration 17 Days
Meals Meals
  • 15 Breakfast
  • 5 Lunch
  • 5 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 4-Star Hotel in Nepal and 3-star in Bhutan
  • Simple lodge in Tibet
Activites Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Scenic Drive/flight
  • Temples & Monasteries
Price Reduced US$ 5800 Price Starts From US$ 4900
Destination Destination
Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan
Difficulty Difficulty
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
3656 Meter
Activities Activity
Start and Point Start/End Point
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
2 - 8 People
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Jeep
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hours sightseeing

Overview of Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

It might be one of the foremost clichés within the travel universe, but exploring the kingdom deep within the Himalayas still gives people the most amazing goosebumps. Millions of backpackers and jet-setters travel in search of this mystical kingdom. The sheer remoteness and peace in the Himalayas bring the traveler a sense of calm. Mythical tales are still waiting to be unraveled. Further, these mountains give the most unique and delightful natural blessings and cultural insights. This Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour has been designed to be the best.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Highlights

  • Witness the rich culture and Ancient Durbar and Temples in Kathmandu
  • Savour the perfect blend of nature and modernization in Pokhara Valley
  • Scenic flights to Pokhara, Lasha, and Paro
  • Face the majestic Everest Base Camp from the north
  • Travel deep within Potala, the 7th-century citadel of the Dalai Lamas.
  • Live in the spiritual heart of Tibet while experiencing authentic Buddhist culture.
  • Marvel at the turquoise and sacred lake of Yamdrok-Tso, one of Tibet’s most holy lakes.
  • Hike to the Tiger’s Nest and visit Dzongs and Temples in Bhutan
  • During the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, you will experience genuinely extraordinary adventures within the entire Himalayas range

Many Westerners fantasize about visiting the Himalayan Kingdom of the South Nation. Each nation in this tour offers flavors and attractions second to none. Firstly, Nepal shows you magnificent views of the tallest mountain peaks in the world and its diverse culture.

Sitting on the roof of the planet, the Tibetan experience offers unrivaled natural scenery and turquoise lakes. Bhutan bestows the palatial Buddhist monasteries- the last Shangri-La in Asia. Instead of agonizing about what to see, we visited all three on one trip. The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour will feel peaceful and rejuvenating with its picturesque pastoral landscape and natural blessings.

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel

    Altitude: 1400m

    Welcome to Kathmandu- the beginning of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. The colorful city of Kathmandu greets you with views of lush hills and mountains. Upon arriving at the domestic terminal of Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport, our enthusiastic team will receive you. They will accompany you to Kathmandu in a Private vehicle. Here, you can rest in your hotel and recover from the Jetlag. Later, you can explore the locality near the hotel.

    Accommodation: The Everest Hotel or similar

  • Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour & Fly to Pokhara

    Altitude: 800m (Pokhara)
    Flight time: 25 minutes

    Get ready in the morning for the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu city.  We will visit the ‘Monkey Temple,’ which is known for the massive number of monkeys dwelling there. Moreover, this peaceful Buddhist Monastery lies on the hilltop and overlooks the valley.

    We continue the tour by visiting the Pashupatinath Temple, the holy temple of Lord Shiva. If we have enough time, we also see the Boudhanath Stupa before returning to our hotel; we can enjoy some rest. Then, we head towards Kathmandu Durbar Square. This medieval town center used to be home to the kings of Nepal.

    Temple Square - Kathmandu Durbar Square
    Temple Square – Kathmandu Durbar Square

    Late afternoon/early evening, we will drive to Kathmandu’s domestic airport and take a plane to Pokhara. This short 25-minute flight bestows us with parallel views of the snowcapped Himalayan Mountains. As we arrive at the Lakeside, the pristine beauty of Phewa Lake greets us. Later, we will enjoy dinner in your hotel and stroll the streets by the Lakeside at night.

    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Waterfront Hotel or similar

    Tips for the day: Wear full-sleeved clothes, and note that you should remove your footwear before entering the temple.

  • Day 03: Full Day sightseeing in Pokhara

    On the third day, we woke up quite early to visit the  Pokhara Valley, starting with a short drive to Sarangkot before sunrise. The view of the sun’s first rays reaching the stunning peaks of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu ranges is a treat for our eyes. This is the best mountain and Lake view of the entire Pokhara Valley. After some hours, we will drive back to the hotel.

    At mid-day, we will begin our sightseeing trip:

    We take a boat on Phewa Lake to Tal Bahari Temple; the reflection of the mountains in the lake is mesmerizing. We drive to Bindabasini Temple, Seti River Gorge, Mahendra Cave, and Bat Cave. These natural caves look like the ones from the Wild movies. We drive towards the renowned mountain museum. A short drive then takes us to Devi’s fall.

    World Peace Pagoda Pokhara
    World Peace Pagoda Pokhara – One of the best places in Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

    Our last destination for the day is the Peace Pagoda at the top of the valley. This small white stupa offers panoramic views of the valley, glimmering in the beautiful lights. Finally, we drove back to the hotel for dinner.

    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Waterfront Hotel or similar

    Tips for the day: If you love adventurous activities to spice up your day, optional activities like Paragliding, Bungee Jumping, and biking can be done in Pokhara.

  • Day 04: Fly back to Kathmandu and sightseeing

    Flight time: About 25 minutes

    We will enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the hotel. There will be time to explore more sights and tourist shops in Pokhara in the morning. At mid-day, we will drive to Pokhara airport for the short, exciting flight back to Kathmandu. Soon, you will find yourself relaxing in a hotel room.

    Patan Durbar Square
    Patan Durbar Square

    In the evening, we will visit the remaining destinations of Kathmandu Valley, like Patan Durbar Square. It’s an artistic masterpiece filled with ancient palaces, temples, and shrines. We drive back to the hotel for dinner, where you can enjoy the rest of the time, depending on your preference.

    Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: The Everest Hotel or similar

    Tips for the day: You can visit the Narayanhiti Palace close to the Thamel. Narayanhiti used to be the palace for former kings of Nepal.

  • Day 05: Kathmandu (1310m) - Kerung Border (2800m) 165Km. 8-9 Hours Drive

    Your epic Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour marks your transition from the vibrant culture of Nepal to the awe-inspiring landscapes of Tibet. After a delicious breakfast at your Kathmandu hotel, prepare to set off on a scenic drive towards the Tibetan border.

    As you leave the bustling city behind, unwind and take in the beauty of the unfolding Nepalese countryside. Lush green valleys dotted with charming villages paint a captivating picture of rural life. As you travel towards the border, the scenery unfolds in a mesmerizing display. Breathe deeply and take in the refreshing mountain air, a stark contrast to the sights you’ll leave behind.

    Upon reaching the Kyirong (Kerung) border crossing, be prepared to complete immigration formalities on both the Nepali and Chinese sides. Patience is key, as this process may take some time. Once complete, cross the bridge and continue your journey to Kyirong town, a small Tibetan settlement nestled amidst breathtaking mountains at an altitude of 4350 meters. Check into your hotel (Kerung Hotel) and settle in for a comfortable night’s rest, preparing for your exploration of Tibet to begin tomorrow.

    Elevation: 2800 m
    Drive Distance: 165 km
    Drive Duration: 8 to 9 hours
    Accommodation: Saisi Hotel or similar
    Meal: Breakfast

    Tips for the day: Be comfortable with the drive and take small breaks on the way. We will start the Tibet Tour only on Saturday.

  • Day 6: Kyirong - Tingri (4300m) / Lhatse (4350m) - Ascend the Tibetan Plateau & Witness Himalayan Majesty

    Your unforgettable Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour marks your ascent onto the awe-inspiring Tibetan Plateau. Enjoy a hearty breakfast to fuel your adventure as you prepare to journey upwards. Today’s scenic drive winds its way uphill, revealing breathtaking panoramas of the unique Tibetan landscape with each turn. Witness firsthand the vastness and grandeur that has earned Tibet the nickname “roof of the world.”

    Weather permitting, prepare to be captivated by the majestic peaks of the Himalayan ranges. Keep an eye out for the iconic Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Mt. Shishapangma (8,012m) soaring towards the sky. You might even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Piku Tso Lake, a stunning turquoise jewel nestled amidst the rugged mountains. Your destination for the night is either Tingri or Lhatse, depending on the itinerary chosen.

    Check into your hotel and settle in for a comfortable night’s rest, preparing for your further exploration of the wonders of Tibet on day eight of your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

    Accommodation: Local Guest House/Lodge
    Meal: Breakfast

    Tips for the day: Make sure you wake up before sunrise to see the most mesmerizing light.

  • Day 7: Tingri/Lhatse - Shigatse (3900m) - Crossing the Highest Pass & Exploring Lhatse

    Prepare Today’s tour takes you on a thrilling adventure across Gyantse La Pass, reaching a staggering height of 5,220 meters – the highest point on your itinerary. Brace yourself for breathtaking panoramic views and the unforgettable experience of conquering this majestic mountain pass.

    As you descend from the pass, you can explore the town of Lhatse, a bustling center for trade and the starting point for pilgrimages to the sacred Mount Kailash. Depending on your specific itinerary, you might also visit the Lhatse Branch Monastery, a significant Gelugpa monastery steeped in history. Finally, arrive in Shigatse, the second-largest city in Tibet, where you’ll check into your hotel and prepare for further exploration of this fascinating region tomorrow.

    Drive Duration: 5 to 6 hours
    Accommodation: Youtub Hotel or similar
    Meal: Breakfast

  • Day 8: Shigatse - Gyantse (3950m) - Lhasa (3656m) - Panoramic Drive & Arrival in Lhasa

    Your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour unveils the captivating heart of Tibet. After a satisfying breakfast, This colossal structure is one of the largest monasteries in Tibet and a prominent pilgrimage site, offering a glimpse into Tibetan Buddhist traditions.

    Following your exploration, depart from Shigatse and start a scenic drive towards Lhasa, the bustling capital city of Tibet. As you journey onward, prepare to be mesmerized by the breathtaking panorama that unfolds before you. Witness the turquoise waters of the Yamdrok-Tso Lake shimmer in the sunlight, and keep an eye out for the mighty Yarlung Tsangpo River (Brahmaputra) snaking its way through the vast landscape.

    As you approach Lhasa, the excitement builds – the sprawling cityscape comes into view, culminating in the majestic Potala Palace perched atop a hilltop, a true architectural marvel. Culminating your journey today, you’ll reach Lhasa, the revered “City of Gods.” Check into your hotel and rest up, for tomorrow promises a captivating exploration of this sacred city.

    Accommodation: Kyichu Hotel or similar
    Meal: Breakfast

  • Day 9: Unveiling Lhasa's Spiritual Heart

    Your unforgettable Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour delves into the heart and soul of Tibetan Buddhism – the sacred city of Lhasa. As Lhasa is considered the most significant cultural and spiritual center of your entire Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour itinerary, two full days are dedicated to exploring its wonders.

    Immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant spiritual atmosphere and marvel at its architectural masterpieces. Begin your exploration at the Jokhang Temple, revered as Lhasa’s holiest shrine. This sacred site is believed to house the life-sized statue of Jowo Shakyamuni, who was brought to Tibet in the 7th century. Witness the deep devotion of pilgrims circumambulating the temple, a practice where devotees walk around a sacred site in a clockwise direction. Feel the powerful energy that permeates this holy place and gain a deeper understanding of Tibetan Buddhist traditions.

    Following your visit to the Jokhang Temple, prepare to delve into the lively Barkhor Bazaar. This labyrinthine network of narrow streets is a feast for the senses. Shopkeepers display their wares along the bustling lanes, offering a treasure trove of Tibetan handicrafts, thangkas (vibrantly painted religious scrolls), prayer wheels, and unique souvenirs. Let the lively energy of the bazaar wash over you. Dive into the local culture and unearth a unique treasure to commemorate your time in Lhasa on your unforgettable Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

    Accommodation: Kyichu Hotel or similar
    Meal: Breakfast

  • Day 10 : Sightseeing in Lhasa

    Your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour unveils the architectural marvels that have cemented Lhasa’s status as the heart of Tibetan Buddhism.

    Ascend to the majestic Potala Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the undeniable architectural crown jewel of Lhasa. This awe-inspiring structure served as the winter and summer palaces of the Dalai Lamas for centuries. Explore the countless chapels, halls, and living quarters, each offering a glimpse into Tibet’s rich history and the deep significance of religion in Tibetan culture.

    Following your exploration of the Potala Palace, delve into the world of monastic life. Head to Drepung Monastery, once the world’s largest monastery. Immerse yourself in the traditions of the Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism. Stand in the vast debating courtyard, where monks have honed their philosophical skills through rigorous debate for centuries. Wander through the labyrinthine halls adorned with intricate murals and statues, each a testament to the artistic heritage of Tibet.

    In the afternoon, continue your exploration at Sera Monastery, another prominent Gelugpa institution. Here, witness a unique tradition that continues to this day – lively daily debates held by young monks. Observe the energetic exchange of knowledge and arguments, a captivating display of the intellectual pursuits that remain central to monastic life in Tibet.

    Elevation: 3650 m
    Accommodation: Kyichu Hotel or similar
    Meal: Breakfast

    Tips for the day: Follow the tips for the previous day, and please bring water, a hat, and sunglasses with you.

  • Day 11: Lhasa (3656m) - Shegar (4050m) - Farewell to Lhasa

    Your action-packed Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour marks your departure from Lhasa, the captivating “City of Gods.” After cherishing unforgettable experiences exploring Lhasa’s cultural and spiritual treasures, it’s time to bid farewell. A scenic drive towards Shegar, offering a contrasting landscape compared to your ascent to Lhasa.

    Today’s journey unfolds a dramatic change in scenery. As you descend in altitude, enjoy the vast plains stretching out before you. Keep an eye out for the mighty Yarlung Tsangpo River (Brahmaputra), snaking its way majestically through the landscape. The approximate 8-9 hour drive allows you to soak in the ever-changing vistas.

    Finally, we arrive in Shegar, a small town nestled at a slightly higher altitude than Lhasa. Check into your guesthouse and spend the evening at your leisure. Unwind this evening, savoring the incredible memories you’ve collected in Tibet so far. Alternatively, choose to explore the local markets and discover unique Tibetan handicrafts before continuing your adventure on the next leg of your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

    Elevation: 3650 m
    Accommodation: Guest House
    Meal: Breakfast

    Tips for the day: Avoid wearing shorts and an open dress to respect the local culture. Also, do not take photos and wear sunglasses/ hats inside the chapels.

  • Day 12: Shegar - Kyirong (Kerung) - Kathmandu (1300m)

    The awe-inspiring journey concludes today on day 12 of your epic Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. As you depart from Shegar and bid farewell to Tibet, a sense of accomplishment and a treasure trove of memories will undoubtedly accompany you.

    The return trip to Kathmandu takes approximately 9-10 hours, retracing your path along the Friendship Highway. The familiar landscapes you encountered on your ascent now offer a fresh perspective as you descend in altitude.

    Upon reaching the Kyirong (Kerung) border, complete the necessary departure formalities from Tibet. Finally, you’ll arrive back in Kathmandu, the bustling capital of Nepal. Filled with unforgettable experiences and a deeper understanding of the rich cultures and breathtaking landscapes encountered throughout your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, you’re now ready to begin on the next chapter of your adventure or perhaps return home with a heart full of cherished memories.

    Meal: Breakfast
    Accommodation: The Everest Hotel or similar

  • Day 13: Flight from Kathmandu to Paro and drive to Thimphu

    Altitude: 2,334 m
    Flight time: 1 hour Flight/1 hour minutes Drive

    We enjoyed a relaxing start this morning with breakfast in the hotel. Followed by a drive to the international airport to take the flight to Paro. We start our Bhutan part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Package from Paro. The scenic mountain flight will be thrilling- another spectacle of a lifetime. Flying from the warmth of the plains of India and moving towards the hills of Bhutan, the views from the aircraft windows are fantastic. The series of the world’s highest peaks is unforgettable.

    We will descend below the mountains towards the hills. The approaching valley of Paro, with alpine forests and farmhouses, will be delightful. As the plane touches the runaway, the calmness of the valley meets you.

    Thimpu Valley - The Capital City of Bhutan
    Thimpu Valley – The Capital City of Bhutan

    Our representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to a restaurant in Paro, where we will enjoy the delicious Bhutanese delicacies. After lunch, we take an exciting drive to Thimphu.

    The capital of Bhutan, Thimphu, will surprise and delight you with its uniqueness. We checked into the hotel and enjoyed some personal time. In the evening, we take a leisurely walk to the market. It’s an excellent time to witness the beauty of Thimpu.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Amodhar Hotel or similar

    Tips for the day: Bhutan has many places of heritage that you can visit. You can ask your travel consultant if you want to see some of these.

  • Day 14: Thimphu Sightseeing and Punakha drive

    Altitude: 1,242 m
    Driving time: 2.5 hours (80km)

    In the morning, we visit the King’s Memorial Chorten. This giant Chorten reflects the life of Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, the third Bhutanese king. After, we drive to the top of the hills, where we can see the shrine of Buddha Dordenma. We see this enormous statue of Buddha positioned on the hilltop to overlook the Thimphu valley. Our last attraction in Thimpu is the Tashichho Dzong. This prodigious monastery and fortress house the government secretariat with its white-washed buildings and triple tired golden roofs.

    Retiring the National Colors honor guard, Tashichho Dzong, Thimpu
    Retiring the National Colors honor guard, Tashichho Dzong, Thimpu

    Now, we drive towards our final destination for the day. On the way, we stop at the Dochula Pass for the magnificent views of the surroundings. From the pass, the panoramic mountain views will smile down at us. The 108 memorial Chortens dedicated to soldiers who died for the country will add to your emotion. After this stop, we drive further to Punakha. We enter the hotel and enjoy a delicious dinner before retiring to bed.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: White Dragon or similar hotel

    Tips for the day: Wear full-sleeved clothes and respect the local committee. Also, carry a water bottle for the day.

  • Day 15: Punakha Sightseeing and Drive to Paro

    Altitude: 2,200 m
    Driving time: 3.5 hours (130km)

    On our third day in Bhutan, we visited Punakha, the Government’s center seat, before the capital shifted to Thimphu. We start by visiting Punakha Dzong (the palace of great happiness or bliss), the foremost beautiful dzongs in Bhutan. This is the best example of classic Bhutanese architecture built in the picturesque location between the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers.

    Two masked dancers perform at Bhutan's annual drunken festival, held in the Punakha dzong every March.
    Two masked dancers perform at Bhutan’s annual drunken festival in the Punakha dzong every March.

    Later, we walk beyond the paddy fields and head to  Chimi Lhakhang. Referred to as the ‘Fertility Temple,’ the shrine is devoted to the “Divine Madman.” Also known as the defender of Bhutan, locals believe that visiting this place blesses women with fertility. This temple holds great significance to the locals.

    After a few beautiful hours in Punakha, it’s time to drive back to Paro. About a 3-hour drive to Paro takes us along the winding roads of Bhutan, which will be very enjoyable. Taking our time will stop at multiple viewpoints on the way.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Mandala Resort or similar

    Tips for the day: Pack your water bottle and wear sunglasses and sunscreen.

  • Day 16: Hike to Tiger’s Nest

    Altitude: 2,950 meters
    Hiking time: 2 to 3 hours

    We wake in the most iconic city of Bhutan, i.e., Paro. After a delicious, hearty breakfast in the hotel, we hiked to Taktsang Monastery. Also known as Tiger’s Nest, this Monastery lies attached to the cliff. Padmasambhava (Second Buddha) flew on the tigress’ back and meditated at the place. This Monastery is an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists in Bhutan.

    A woman looking at the Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Tiger Nest) on misty mountain in Paro, Bhutan.
    During the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, a woman looks at the Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Tiger Nest) on a misty mountain in Paro.

    The 20-minute drive to the trailhead takes us to the base of the Tiger’s Nest. Then, we begin the 2 to 3 hours hike to Taktsang Monastery. If you want to avoid straining yourself with an uphill walk, hire a pony to carry you to the halfway point. Then, it would help if you walked the remaining path on foot.

    The overall walk along the dense forest filled with pine trees will be your first trekking experience in the entire journey. The mesmerizing views from the top make you realize that the arduous climb was well worth it. The sight of the Taktsang Monastery perched on a rocky cliff will take your breath away. Take in the atmosphere and culture of this iconic special place. Capture some beautiful pictures and let your legs rest before walking back down the pathway.

    Get back to the hotel and have some rest. In the evening, you can stroll around the market of Paro to enjoy your last night in Bhutan.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Accommodation: Mandala Resort or similar

    Tip for the day: You can take a horse ride for the first hour. And do not take photos inside the Monastery. You must primarily deposit all the belongings at the entrance, so do not carry expensive Jewellery.

  • Day 17: Paro Departure

    The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour comes to an end today! After a leisurely breakfast in the morning, you can enjoy some moments in the locality. Then, your guide will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to Paro Airport. It is beneficial for you to arrive at the airport a few hours before the scheduled flight. The beautiful memories of this journey will always remain in your mind.

    I wish you an excellent Journey Home!!

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    Tips for the day: Do not forget your devices before you depart. If you need a Paro – Kathmandu flight, please contact us. We will provide Paro – Kathmandu flight tickets, airport transfers, and hotel accommodations at a reasonable price in Kathmandu. (Approx US$ 300 per person)


What's included

  • Hotel Accommodation as per an itinerary
  • 15 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, and 5 Dinner
  • Sightseeing entrance fees during the Nepal Bhutan Tibet Tour
  • Domestic airfare and all land transportation on a shared basis
  • Kathmandu Paro airfare and applicable taxes
  • English Speaking Tour Guide in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan
  • Tibet Travel Permit, Bhutan Visa Fee, and Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour sightseeing fees
  • Applicable Taxes

What is excluded

  • Nepal Visa Fee and International Air Fare
  • Lunch and Dinner in Nepal and Tibet
  • Extra Hotel Accommodation and meals in Nepal and Tibet
  • Travel Insurance and Personal Expenses like laundry, bar bills, beverages, internet, phone calls, etc
  • Tipping and all other expenses which are not mentioned in the cost inclusion part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour


Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour is not just about exploring breathtaking landscapes and soaking in diverse cultures but also about finding rest and rejuvenating at the end of each adventurous day. Here’s a comprehensive look at the accommodations that await you on this journey.

Diverse Accommodation Options

On your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, expect a range of comfortable accommodations tailored to your needs:

1. Kathmandu: In the heart of Nepal’s bustling capital, you’ll find solace at the Everest Hotel or a similar establishment, ensuring a blend of luxury and local charm.

2. Pokhara: As you bask in the beauty of Pokhara’s serene landscapes, the Hotel Waterfront or an equivalent will be your haven, marrying comfort with mesmerizing lake views.

3. Tibet’s Heartlands: Whether you’re in Kerung, Shigatse, or Lhasa, anticipate a warm welcome in our selected three-star hotels, perfectly positioned for both exploration and relaxation. In other places, an average guest house will provided.

4. Bhutan’s Tranquility:

Thimphu: Hotel Peeling, Hotel Amodhara, or a similar 3-star establishment awaits, placing you amidst the capital’s vibrancy.
Phunakha: Here, options like Hotel Vera or Hotel Sonam Gang promise a blend of tradition and comfort.
Paro: Dive into Bhutan’s culture and natural beauty with stays at places like the Mandala Resort or the Zhideychen Resort, ensuring each day ends on a high note.

Amenities: More than Just a Stay

Our Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Packages prioritize your comfort. Here’s a glimpse of the amenities:

1. Connectivity: Stay connected with loved ones or share your experiences in real time, thanks to the Wi-Fi facilities provided in most accommodations.

2. Energizing Mornings: Start your day right with a hearty breakfast, which is included in most hotels and offers a range of local and international delicacies.

3. Relaxation: Some hotels also provide spa or wellness centers, ensuring you’re rejuvenated for the next day’s escapades.

The Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour is an experience of a lifetime. And with the carefully chosen accommodations and their myriad amenities, rest assured that each day’s adventure concludes with comfort and peace.

Route Map

Nepal Tbet Bhutan Tour Map

Per our Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Map, this tour starts in Kathmandu. You will stay five days in Kathmandu, and at this time, you will visit Kathmandu and Pokhara. During these five days, we will complete the Bhutan Visa and Tibet Travel Permit tasks. After the Nepal Tour, you will fly to Tibet, and this is included in your package price.

In Tibet, you will visit Lhasa and then return to Kathmandu via Everest Base Camp of Tibet Side. You will fly to Bhutan the next day, and a flight ticket is included. You will stay five days in Bhutan and return to your next destination. This Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour map shows the general itinerary of your tour package, and it may be changed because of the visa and international flight. We will inform you in advance of these changes.  In this case, we will provide hotel accommodation in Kathmandu. However, you do not miss your flight home. Your tour is completed in Paro Bhutan. If you have a flight from Nepal, please inform us; we will provide a Paro – Kathmandu flight ticket, one-night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu, and international airport transfers. You need to pay US$ 350 additional for this.

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Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.

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    Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour: A Tapestry of Cultural Wonders

    The allure of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour often captivates travelers’ hearts. This tour combines three unique places: beautiful nature, temples, and rich traditions. Let’s explore what’s exciting in each of these destinations.

    Nepal: Embracing Nature and Culture

    Kathmandu Valley: At the heart of Nepal lies the Kathmandu Valley, a cultural epicenter. The valley offers a beautiful blend of centuries-old pagodas, vibrant street markets, and rich history. Here, spirituality permeates every corner, leaving visitors in awe.

    Pokhara: Further from the bustling streets of Kathmandu, Pokhara offers tranquility by the lakeside. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Annapurna range and with the tranquil Phewa Lake in the foreground, Pokhara is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

    Tibet: Land of Ancient Mysteries

    Potala Palace: Dominating Lhasa’s skyline, the Potala Palace stands as a testament to Tibet’s architectural genius and religious devotion. This ancient edifice, once home to Dalai Lamas, is now a beacon for travelers.

    Jokhang Temple: Central to Tibetan Buddhism, Jokhang Temple draws pilgrims from all over. Its spiritual aura and intricate designs make it a must-visit.

    Mt. Everest Base Camp: Standing at the world’s rooftop, the Mt. Everest Base Camp in Tibet offers unparalleled vistas of the majestic Himalayas. It’s a journey not just of miles but of self-discovery.

    Bhutan: A Kingdom of Happiness

    Tiger’s Nest Monastery: Sitting atop a cliff, the Tiger’s Nest, also known as Paro Taktsang Monastery, stands as Bhutan’s iconic landmark. A testament to Bhutanese endurance and spirituality, it promises serenity amidst the clouds.

    Punakha Dzong: Representing Bhutanese craftsmanship, Punakha Dzong stands as a grand fortress at the meeting point of two rivers. Its beauty and significance in Bhutan’s history are undeniable.

    Paro, Thimphu Traditional Festivals: Delve into Bhutan’s soul by attending traditional festivals in Paro and Thimphu. Masked dances, vibrant attire, and age-old traditions make these festivals a cultural feast.

    Essential Travel Guide for Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

    Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour is the adventure of a lifetime, taking travelers through the breathtaking landscapes and rich histories of three unique countries. However, preparation is vital for a seamless journey. Below, we’ve compiled essential information for your upcoming trip.

    Visa Essentials: Simplifying the Process

    Traveling to multiple countries means adhering to different visa regulations. To assist you, we’ve detailed the requirements:

    1. General Requirements: Whether you’re journeying through Nepal, Tibet, or Bhutan, there are universal requirements. Every traveler must provide a clear color scan of their passport, a passport-sized photograph, and insurance documentation.

    2. Tibet & Chinese Visa: To explore Tibet’s mesmerizing landscapes, the Chinese Embassy requires travelers to submit their passports for four days to grant both the Chinese visa and the Tibet Travel Permit.

    3. Bhutan Visa: We’ll handle your Bhutan visa processing directly from Kathmandu. Historically, our success rate for procuring Bhutan and Tibet visas has been impressive, at 100 percent.

    4. Inclusive Visa Costs: One of the perks of our Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Packages is the inclusivity of all associated visa costs and processing fees. It guarantees a smooth experience, letting you concentrate entirely on the upcoming adventure.

    Health and Safety: Staying Protected

    Your health and well-being are paramount:

    1. Vaccinations: Authorities may request a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or a PCR negative report when entering Tibet and Bhutan. For other vaccinations, always consult with your healthcare professional for recommendations.

    2. Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness can be a concern, especially when traveling to Tibet. Awareness and necessary precautions can significantly mitigate its effects.

    Local Etiquette: Immersing Respectfully

    Understanding and respecting local customs is crucial for enriching encounters:

    Cultural Norms: Each country, Nepal, Tibet, or Bhutan, boasts distinct cultural nuances. Travelers should acquaint themselves with local customs, ensuring respectful and meaningful interactions.

    The Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour is more than just a travel experience; it’s a journey through time, cultures, and unparalleled landscapes. From understanding visa processes to respecting local customs, proper preparation ensures that every moment spent in these countries is cherished. If you’re considering multiple tour packages, our comprehensive Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Package is designed meticulously to ensure travelers’ needs are consistently met.

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    Journeying through the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour: Your Transportation Guide

    Navigating the scenic landscapes of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan is a journey that promises both excitement and serenity. An integral aspect of this adventure is the transportation, ensuring travelers move seamlessly through these majestic lands. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the transportation features of our Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

    Navigating Nepal’s Vistas

    1. Domestic Flights: No need to fret about long, tiring road trips. Our Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Packages ensure you’re swiftly airborne, thanks to the inclusion of domestic flights within Nepal.

    2. Comfort on the Road: As you marvel at Nepal’s historical wonders and natural beauty, a fully air-conditioned car will be your trusted companion for all sightseeing endeavors.

    Tibetan Terrains: Seamless Transitions

    1. The Nepal-Tibet Transition: Journeying from Kathmandu to Kerung, the crucial Nepal-Tibet border, we’ve arranged a comfortable jeep ride, ensuring you experience the landscapes without compromising comfort.

    2. Exploring Tibet: Once in Tibet, the mystic monasteries, vast plateaus, and sacred mountains are best explored in our provided air-conditioned van, ensuring every ride is as captivating as the destination.

    Bhutan: The Kingdom in the Clouds

    1. Kathmandu to Paro: A highlight of the Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour is the flight from Kathmandu to Paro. More than just a mode of transportation, this flight provides awe-inspiring aerial views of the Himalayan range.

    2. Sightseeing in Comfort: While Bhutan’s charm lies in its ancient monasteries and fortress-like dzongs, our fully air-conditioned car ensures that every ride between these destinations is comfortable.

    The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour is meticulously designed to offer the highlights of each destination and a journey marked by comfort and efficiency. From flights to air-conditioned vehicles, every aspect ensures travelers can focus on soaking in the experiences rather than the logistics.

    Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour: A Glimpse into Activities and Experiences

    The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour isn’t just a voyage through three countries; it’s a journey through time, cultures, and mesmerizing experiences. Let’s explore the activities that transform this tour into a genuinely immersive experience.

    Kathmandu: A Walk Through History

    Nestled in the heart of Nepal, Kathmandu is a city where history speaks. Your journey here includes:

    Kathmandu, the heartbeat of Nepal, is more than just its capital; it’s a living museum of cultural and architectural wonders. In Kathmandu, travelers are transported to a world where ancient structures stand proud, narrating tales of times gone by. Let’s explore some of these iconic UNESCO-listed heritage sites:

    1. Pashupatinath: Revered as the most significant Hindu temple in Nepal, Pashupatinath stands on the banks of the Bagmati River. This architectural masterpiece is not just a spiritual center but also showcases the intricate craftsmanship of Nepal’s artisans. Lord Shiva’s residence draws in numerous pilgrims, particularly during the Maha Shivaratri festival.

    2. Boudhanath: Dominating Kathmandu’s skyline with its massive spherical dome, Boudhanath is the largest Buddhist stupa in Nepal. Circled by prayer wheels and flags, it serves as a spiritual epicenter for Nepal’s Tibetan Buddhist community. The humming of prayers and the rhythmic beats of drums transport visitors to peace and meditation.

    3. Bhaktapur Durbar Square: A testimony to Nepal’s royal history, the Bhaktapur Durbar Square is a sprawling plaza showcasing a collection of palaces, courtyards, and temples. Once the royal seat of the old Bhaktapur Kingdom, this Durbar Square, with its 55-window Palace and Vatsala Temple, offers a journey through Nepal’s rich architectural legacy.

    Pokhara: A Blend of Nature and Culture

    Pokhara, with its pristine landscapes and vibrant culture, offers:

    1. Phewa Lake: Engage in a serene boating experience on the tranquil waters of Phewa Lake, with the Annapurna range as a magnificent backdrop.
    2. Devi’s Falls and Peace Stupa: Revel in the beauty of Devi’s Falls and then find serenity at the Peace Stupa, overlooking the city.
    3. Tibetan Experiences: The Tibetan Refugee Camp offers a profound insight into Tibetan culture and history.
    4. Mountain Stories: The International Mountain Museum awaits, narrating tales of mountaineers and the majestic Himalayas.

    Tibet: The Roof of the World

    In Tibet, spirituality and grandeur converge:

    1. Everest Base Camp: Standing at the foot of the world’s tallest peak is an experience like no other.
    2. Potala Palace & Jokhang Temple: Dive into Tibet’s spiritual heart with visits to the iconic Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple.
    3. Monastic Journeys: Explore major monasteries, each echoing with chants and brimming with ancient artifacts.

    Bhutan: The Land of the Thunder Dragon

    Bhutan offers a unique blend of tradition and natural beauty:

    1. Tiger’s Nest: A trek to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery promises spiritual and scenic rewards.
    2. Punakha Dzong: This architectural marvel is a testament to Bhutanese craftsmanship and history.
    3. Monastic Tours in Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha: Dive deeper into Bhutan’s spiritual essence with visits to renowned monasteries like the Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu, Rinpung Dzong in Paro, and Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten in Punakha.

    With the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Packages, travelers are assured a comprehensive experience, touching every aspect of these beautiful nations. From historical landmarks to natural marvels, the Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour assures you of creating lasting memories for a lifetime.

    Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour: Curating Personalized Adventures with Optional Add-ons

    The allure of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour is not just in the core experiences but also in the possibility of crafting a more personalized journey. While the heart of our Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Packages focuses on the major landmarks of Tibet and Bhutan, Nepal offers additional adventures for those eager to delve deeper. Let’s explore these optional add-ons that promise to elevate your travel experience.

    Discovering Nepal’s Diverse Facets

    While the significant sightseeing locations of Tibet and Bhutan are integral to our packages, Nepal extends a myriad of experiences that travelers can opt for:

    1. Short Hiking: Nepal’s terrains are a dream for hiking enthusiasts. Opt for short hikes to immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of the Himalayan foothills and get a taste of local village life.

    2. Nagarkot Overnight: A haven for nature lovers, an overnight stay in Nagarkot promises spectacular sunrise views over the mighty Himalayas, a panorama that remains etched in one’s memory for life.

    3. Chitwan Jungle Safari: Dive into Nepal’s rich biodiversity with the Chitwan Jungle Safari. Encounter the majestic Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinos, and many bird species in this UNESCO World Heritage site.

    4. Bungee Jumping in Pokhara: For adrenaline junkies, Pokhara offers the thrill of bungee jumping. Leap into a ravine, with the picturesque hills as a backdrop, and feel your heart race.

    5. Hot Air Balloon Ride: Rise with the sun as you float over Pokhara in a hot air balloon. This serene experience provides unparalleled views of the city, Phewa Lake, and the surrounding mountain ranges.

    6. Scenic Everest Mountain Flight: From Kathmandu, embark on a flight that offers an up-close panorama of Mount Everest and the surrounding peaks, a visual treat for mountain lovers.

    7. Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour: Elevate your Nepal adventure by taking a helicopter tour to the Everest Base Camp. This aerial journey offers unparalleled vistas of the Himalayan giants and the unique terrain below.

    8. Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour: Another gem for those looking to witness the splendors of the Himalayas, this tour provides an eagle’s view of the Annapurna range, culminating in the stunning Annapurna Base Camp.

    The Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour is more than a preset itinerary; it’s a canvas waiting for travelers to paint their unique adventures. With many optional add-ons, travelers can mold their journey to their preferences, ensuring every moment is a cherished memory.

    Meals included in Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

    Good food is essential to any great tour, and this South Asia tour offers a diverse range of unique national and international cuisines. You can choose where and what to eat during the Nepal Bhutan Tibet Tour. However, we also prioritize your health and ensure you don’t consume any foods that may compromise it. It’s worth noting that some hotels/restaurants may have limited choices.

    Essential documents

    To enter the country, you will need a valid passport with at least six months of validity. Additionally, you will need a blank visa page, excluding the endorsements page, to obtain your tourist visa upon arrival.

    Tibet Entry Permit: Obtaining a Tibet Travel Permit from the Tibet Tourism Bureau is necessary before your trip to Tibet. This document is required before you board your flight or train to Tibet. Additionally, to enter Tibet from Nepal, you will need a Border Pass, which we will arrange on your behalf.

    Tibet Group Visa: To clarify, the Tibet Group Visa is issued by the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu and is required for travel to Tibet. You must submit a visa application form and your original passport to obtain the visa, which will be processed during a review period. Your passport will be kept at the embassy during this time. You don’t need a separate Chinese visa to travel to Tibet, as this tour package already includes the Tibet Travel Permit.

    Nepal Visa: You can quickly obtain a Nepali visa from various entry points, including Kathmandu Airport. Nepal visas are available for 15, 30, and 90 days upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). For Indian citizens, a passport is mandatory to obtain a Tibet Travel Permit.

    Bhutan Visa: To enter Bhutan, you will need a visa, which can only be obtained through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator or their partners, such as Peregrine Treks and Tours. We will assist you in obtaining the visa. However, citizens of Bangladesh, India, and the Maldives do not require a Bhutanese visa to enter the country.

    The best month for Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

    The recommended season for the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October). Winter in Nepal and Bhutan is quite warm, but we cannot travel to the higher region of Tibet (Mostly Everest Base Camp) during winter. Monsoon (July to August) is wet in Nepal and Bhutan, but the trip is possible with the proper preparation.

    Tour Guides

    Our local tour guides are trained and certified tour guides. They are aware of the potential difficulties and their solutions. They are fluent in English and know the local culture and history, which they will share with you. If you are not comfortable with the English language, we will try to allocate you a guide with knowledge of your native language (upon pre-request).

    Private Driver and Vehicles

    Our experienced drivers are well known in the areas we are visiting. They are reliable in taking you to your destinations as swiftly as possible. We use the highest quality private vehicles available when you are traveling by road. For international flights, plane tickets will be economy class.


    Our journey commences from Kathmandu, Asia’s cultural and natural center. Furthermore, as we stroll along the cobbled streets of an ancient palace, we relive the history of Nepal. Also called the “City of Temples,” Kathmandu offers multiple UNESCO World Heritage sites within a small area. The ancient pagoda-roofed temples are full of devotees and mysticism.

    Secondly, as we take a flight to Pokhara, you will be thrilled by the endless stretch of Himalayan peaks covered in crystal-white snow. This so-called city of the lakes is another canvas for Mother Nature. The banks of Phewa and the views of Sarangkot will please our hearts. Likewise, the distinct views of some of the world’s tallest mountains, such as Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Fishtail, and more, will delight you. (Back in Kathmandu, we are preparing for the exciting Journey to Lhasa, the second part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.


    Our second destination, Tibet, boasts unrivaled natural scenery and cultural enjoyment. This land of historical religion is the most legendarily beautiful Himalayan destination. Consequently, the unseen, untamed wilderness, prosperous cultural settlements, and clean surroundings make a pleasurable experience. The city of Lhasa is an entire architectural heritage that takes more than a day’s visit. Exciting destinations such as Potala Palace, Drepung Monastery, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery, Barkhor market, etc., are to be explored. But this tour package has much more to offer.

    Leaving the beautiful valley of Lhasa, we move to Gyantse and Shigatse. These tourism hubs are the shiny cities flourishing with ancient artifacts and historical monuments. While these towns are the true blessing of nature, a real surprise awaits us. We set our sights on Mount Everest.

    Yes, you heard that right, this tour takes you further to the core of the Himalayan region- you will be standing at the base of the world’s tallest mountain. Such a luxurious journey to the Himalayas is impossible in other parts of the world. After the magnificent view, you will return to Kathmandu to visit Gyirong Town.


    Finally, we move to explore the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Thunder Dragon. Bhutan is one of the world’s little-known treasures. The country is awash with irresistible attractions and mystic stories. This last Buddhist kingdom serves you with the rightful blend of modernization, culture, and nature. The country also maintains its unique culture, traditions, and individuality, focusing on preserving its deep Buddhist traditions and pristine landscapes.

    Travelers have been permitted to explore the wonders of Bhutan since 1974; however, to date, the nation ensures the protocol of a sustainable approach to tourism. Foreign visitors must pay a daily Tax of 200 USD and use a local tour operator for an additional 200-250 USD. This means Bhutan’s daily expenses start from around 400 – 450 USD. (This cost contributes to the local economy, such as health and education). We will have a wonderfully authentic and exciting travel experience during our stay in Bhutan.

    Bhutan’s unique journey to ancient monasteries, glacial rivers, Himalayan peaks, and peaceful villages will leave you with great emotion.  These 16 days of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour will be the most memorable days of your life. So, are you ready to live the best of your lives with us?

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Certainly, you have the flexibility to start the tour either in Bhutan or Lhasa, Tibet. If you choose to begin in Bhutan, we will facilitate your entry by providing an online Bhutan Visa. Following your tour in Bhutan, you will travel to Nepal, where a visa can be obtained upon arrival.

    Should you opt to start the tour from Tibet, it is entirely feasible. However, please note that initiating the tour as a single traveler from Tibet incurs a higher cost. For groups of six or more, we can organize the trip at the standard rate. We will assist in obtaining your Tibet Travel Permit or Tibet Road Permit. Additionally, it is necessary for you to secure a Chinese Visa from your home country prior to departure.

    To book the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Package, click the “Book Now” button and fill in the required information per the instructions provided. Once the form is filled out, you must deposit at least 20% of the total tour cost, and we will then send you a tour confirmation voucher. Please note that you must also provide a color copy of your passport and passport-sized photographs at least 45 days before the tour departure date.

    This Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour package includes most expenses, but you must pay for any items listed under the tour exclusion section. Any additional expenses will depend on your spending habits. As a rough estimate, you may need around US$50 per day for extra expenses.

    The Everest Base Camp (Tibet Side) visit is already included in this tour package, and you do not need to pay any additional fees for this. It is important to note that the locals in Tibet refer to Everest as “Chomolungma.”

    As part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, we will be traveling at high altitudes, and there is a risk of mountain sickness. It is essential to keep yourself hydrated and warm during the tour. If you have prior experience with high-altitude tours, it will be beneficial to understand your body’s response at such heights.

    In case of an emergency, such as visiting the region of Mt. Everest, a bottle of oxygen will be available. However, if you have a history of difficulty breathing or respiratory problems, it is recommended that you consult a doctor before traveling.

    It is highly recommended that you bring two backpacks for the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. The crew will handle one large backpack; the smaller one should contain your gadgets, medications, and other essential items. Packing jackets, trousers, shirts, and undergarments is advised, as the Tibetan region can be cold. Also, comfortable shoes, socks, and slippers are recommended. Personal items such as sunglasses, hats, and sunblock are also essential.

    For a more detailed packing list, please send an email to [email protected].

    Before booking any trek with Peregrine Treks and Tours, it is mandatory to have travel insurance that covers accidental, medical, and search and rescue needs in the event of an emergency. You should obtain travel insurance before booking your Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. If you do not have travel insurance, we can help you obtain one.

    Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 18 during the travel.

    Multiple ATM facilities are available during the journey as we will primarily visit significant cities in all three countries. It would help if you did not have trouble finding an ATM; our guide will suggest the most suitable ATM locations.

    It would help if you carried local currency to pay for shopping, food, and guest houses. You can exchange US dollars for local currency at banks or exchange centers in the country you are visiting.

    If you have any queries regarding the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, please email us at [email protected] or via WhatsApp, Viber, or cell phone at +9779851052413.

    Certainly, traveling to Tibet requires a Chinese Visa. We will facilitate the arrangement of both a Tibet Travel Permit and a Chinese Visa, which are necessary for travel within Tibet. Please ensure to notify us at the time of booking if you require a Tibet Travel Request.

    All three Himalayan countries, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan, are considered safe for international travelers. You will be traveling to popular tourist destinations with access to 24-hour security and official help should it be required.

    For tours in Tibet and Bhurn, you are required to be part of a registered travel agency such as Peregrine. However, for tours in Nepal, you have the option to travel independently.


    4.5 Star Rating

    Based on 10 Reviews

    Sara R. Haas
    Burr Ridge, IL, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Priceless Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

    I had an incredible time visiting three breathtaking countries in Asia. The highlight was boating on Phewa Lake in Pokhara, with the majestic Macchapuchre and Annapurna mountains in the backdrop. I also took a scenic flight through the northern Himalayas, landing in Lhasa. Throughout the trip, I explored renowned monasteries in Tibet and significant city monasteries in Paro and Thimphu. The entire journey was unforgettable, and I want to give a big thanks to the team at Peregrine Treks & Tours for making it all possible.

    Brad M. Tipton
    Anaheim, California, USA
    4.5 Star Rating

    Very Good

    Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour for everyone

    After thoroughly researching Peregrine Treks & Tours’ website and having a detailed conversation with one of their team members, I opted for the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. Upon our arrival in Nepal, a representative from Peregrine greeted us at the airport and arranged for private transportation. Every aspect of our stay, from accommodations and meals to sightseeing, was meticulously planned and delightful. In Tibet, landmarks like the Potala Palace, Norbulinka Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor Square stood out with their tranquility and grandeur. However, the pinnacle of my journey was exploring Bhutan and delving deep into its rich culture. I wholeheartedly recommend this tour to anyone looking for a transformative travel experience.

    Beau Handt
    4.5 Star Rating

    Very Good

    Magnificient Tour

    The tour was chock-a-block with cultural and traditional vibes, and I was stoked to be a part of it. As soon as I touched down in Bhutan, I felt a real sense of its rich past. From the plane, I copped a gander at ripper peaks like Kanchenjunga and Everest. Likewise, the spiritual depth hit me when I popped over to the National Museum of Bhutan. The serene Buddhist vibe was something else. The adventurous trek to Pokhara’s Davis Falls and Mahendra Cave just added more buzz to the journey. And mate, the incredible aura of Tibet was a real eye-opener. Getting to see caves, monasteries, and sacred spots was bloody brilliant.

    Michael Hancock
    Weston Rhyn, United Kingdom
    5 Star Rating


    Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour - One of my best life time experience

    We fondly remember taking a striking photograph at ‘Drayerpa Cave,’ one of Tibet’s most notable landmarks. The cave boasts a rich historical and religious heritage. Furthermore, whilst wandering through the heart of Tibet, we observed that the Tibetan style is truly distinctive on a global scale. Our guide was ever so charming, and his wit and banter ensured we felt relaxed and at home throughout the journey. In the same vein, reaching the peak of Sarangkot was a remarkable achievement, and from that vantage point, we enjoyed a splendid view of Pokhara and the northern Himalayas. We owe a debt of gratitude to ‘Peregrine,’ one of Asia’s finest trek and tour providers, for their impeccable service.

    Giulia Horn
    Sirjansland, Netherland
    5 Star Rating


    Incredible Experience

    It was my first visit to Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan, and the Peregrine crew made it an incredible experience. The expedition’s itinerary was unquestionably one of the most incredible things ever. In a short time, I could appreciate the diverse perspectives of three different countries. The trek to Taktsang Monastery was fascinating. The trial was packed with people from all over the country, and the panoramic view of Paro surprised me. Ringpung Dzong and Kichu Lakhang were the two big draws for me. In addition, the delicious cuisine I tasted while visiting Lhasa remains on my tongue. The entire tour of Bhutan Nepal Tour went seriously, and I am very grateful to Peregrine for this.

    Signe N. Henriksen
    København K, Denmark
    5 Star Rating


    Great Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

    I still vividly recall the wonderful sightseeing excursion in Kathmandu, where I had the chance to explore the heavenly Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, and Boudhanath. The bus travel to Pokhara the next day was a great adventure, and I enjoyed the breathtaking views of Annapurna and Hiunchuli while trekking toward the Tibetan Refugee camp. I visited the famous Potala Palace in Lhasa before taking a flight to the Paro International Airport, and it was the most excellent sensation I’ve ever had. The stunning halt at the Dochula Pass, at an elevation of more than 3000m, gave me exquisite impressions when driving across Bhutan. Likewise, I appreciate the contribution of the Peregrine tour representative in making this Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour one of the greatest ever.

    Ashley Jaeger
    Tuntable Creek, Australia
    5 Star Rating


    Unforgattble moments during Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

    Kudos to the Peregrine team! My cultural journey through the three countries was nothing short of spectacular. The standard of food and lodgings throughout was top-notch. If you’re considering this tour, I’d suggest pocketing a bit of extra cash – you’ll likely be tempted by the exquisite local arts and crafts. The architecture of the Sera and Deprung Monastery left a lasting impression on me. The statues and sculptures within paint a vivid picture of Tibet’s age-old culture. The panorama of Jomolhari Mountain from Dochulapass was a sight to behold. And the vista of Paro from the Taktsang monastery? Simply etched in my memory. Sharing this once-in-a-lifetime Himalayan adventure with the Peregrine team was truly special.

    Hannah Hayes-Williams
    5 Star Rating


    Fantastic 2 weeks in the Himalaya

    My acquaintance received an email about Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour from one of his close friends from Nepal, which he shared with me. I became eager to do this expedition when I looked into it further. As soon as I took a step in the direction of Pokhara, the first thrills emerged. The city has a beautiful atmosphere because of its lovely surroundings. The view of Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal, and Annapurna was also breathtaking from Sarangkot. The arrival at the Lhasa Airport was also the next pivotal moment. I certainly did not anticipate traveling to the region of Tibet to visit its well-known monasteries and tourist attractions. I want to bless the Peregrine treks and tour organization to make this expedition fantastic.

    Josie S. Finley
    Myra, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Finest Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

    Best vacation ever! It was awesome getting to dive into the unique cultures and traditions of these three countries. In Pokhara, I had a blast hanging out with the Gurung folks who showed me some basic trekking moves. Over in Lhasa, the locals gave me some cool background on their history and the big names behind the stunning Ganden Monastery and Jokhang Temple. In Bhutan’s main city, I even tried my hand at meditating with the monks. The Dzongs in Thimphu and Paro? Totally the highlights of my Bhutan leg. All in all, the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour was hands down the best trip I’ve ever taken, packed with unforgettable moments.

    Jose A. Oxendine
    Texax, United States
    5 Star Rating


    Unforgettable Moments of Tibet Bhutan Nepal Tour

    While the booking process could’ve been a bit more streamlined, reaching out and connecting with the Peregrine Tour Representative was a breeze. Right when I landed at Kathmandu International Airport, their rep was there to greet me, ensuring a smooth private transfer to my hotel. Speaking of the hotel, it was top-notch – from the refreshing hot showers to the mesmerizing rooftop views of Kathmandu. Pokhara’s lush landscapes and unique geography were a treat to the eyes. I had a few queries about the itinerary, but the knowledgeable guide cleared everything up. The trek through Bhutan’s Khamsung Valley was a standout experience, with the vistas from Dochulapass and the scenic beauty of Punakha’s farming plains being particularly captivating. All in all, the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour was a blast, and a big shoutout to the Peregrine crew for making it an unforgettable journey.

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