Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

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

Duration Duration 16 Days
Meals Meals
  • 15 Breakfast
  • 5 Lunch
  • 5 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 3-Star Hotel in Nepal and 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
Easy
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
3656 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 Jeep
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hours sightseeing

Overview of Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

It might be one of the foremost overused cliches within the travel universe, but the thought of exploring the kingdom deep within the Himalayas still gives people goosebumps. Millions of backpackers and jet-setters travel in search of this mystical kingdom.

The sheer remoteness and peace residing in the Himalayas are full of mythical tales still waiting to be solved. Further, these mountains have the most incredibly unique and delightful natural blessings and cultural insights on the earth. 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
  • Savor 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
  • Go into the bowels of the Potala, the citadel of the Dalai Lamas.
  • Live in the spiritual heart of Tibet while experiencing an authentic Buddhist culture.
  • Marvel at the turquoise and sacred lakes of Yamdrok-Tso, one among Tibet’s most holy lakes.
  • Hike the Tiger’s Nest and visit Dzongs and Temples in Bhutan
  • A true adventure in the entire Himalayas range during Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Many westerners fantasize about visiting the Himalayan kingdom of the South Nation. Each nation in this world offers flavor and attractions second to none. Firstly, Nepal showers you the magnificent views of the tallest mountain peaks globally and its own diverse culture.

The Tibetan pleasure, sitting on the roof of the planet, offers unrivaled natural scenery and turquoise lakes. And there’s Bhutan that bestows the palatial Buddhist monasteries- the last Shangri-La in Asia. Instead of battling which one is the best suited for you, we visit all three of them in a single trip. The entire Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour will undoubtedly feel peaceful and rejuvenating by its picturesque pastoral landscape and natural blessings.

Kathmandu

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

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

Tibet

Our second destination of Tibet boasts unrivaled natural scenery and cultural pleasing. This land of historical religion is a legendarily beautiful Himalayan destination on the planet. Consequently, the unseen untamed wilderness, prosperous cultural settlements, and clean surroundings make a pleasing experience. The city of Lhasa is itself full of architectural heritage that takes more than a day’s visit. An exciting destination such as Potala Palace, Drepung monastery, Jokhang Temple, Sera monastery, Barkhor market, etc., is to be explored. But this tour package has much more to offer.

Leaving the beautiful valley of Lhasa, we move towards Gyantse and Shigatse. This tourism hub is the shiny cities that flourish within the ancient artifacts and historical monuments. While these towns are themselves the true blessing of nature, the real surprise awaits us. We set our journey to Mount Everest.

Yes, you heard that right, this tour further takes you to the core of the Himalayan region- you will be standing at the base of the world’s tallest mountains. Such a luxuriant drive to the Himalayas is not possible in any other part of the world. After the lovely view, you will be driving back to Kathmandu along with Gyirong Town.

Bhutan — Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Lastly, 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 existing Buddhist kingdom serves you with the rightful blend of modernization, culture, and nature. The county, too, remained in splendid isolation, focusing on preserving its deep Buddhist traditions and pristine landscapes.

Travelers were permitted to explore the wonders of Bhutan after 1974, and, even to date, the nation ensures the protocol of a sustainable approach to tourism. We have a wonderfully authentic and exciting travel experience during Bhutan’s stay.

Bhutan’s different journeys to ancient monasteries, glacial rivers, Himalayan peaks, and peaceful villages. Within the tiny area, their numerous places to go in Bhutan.

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?

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1: 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. Then, they transfer you to Kathmandu downtown in a Private vehicle. Then, you can rest in your hotel and recover from the Jetlag. Later, you can explore the nearby hotel.

    The team finally gathers for the “Welcome Dinner” held for you at a superb traditional Nepalese Restaurant in the evening. Accompanied by a cultural program, we enjoyed a fine dinner. Our guide will brief you on Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. After that, you can explore the nightlife of Thamel or get to your bed early.

    Overnight in Kathmandu

    Meals: Dinner

  • Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour & Flight to Pokhara

    Altitude: 800m (Pokhara)

    Flight time: 25 minutes

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

    Then, we will visit the Pashupatinath Temple, the holy temple of Lord Shiva. If we have enough time, we also see the Boudhanath Stupa. Back at our hotel, we enjoyed some rest. Then, we headed towards Kathmandu Durbar Square. This medieval center of the town used to be the home to the kings of Nepal.

    Later in the day, we have our flight to Pokhara. We will drive to the domestic airport of Kathmandu and hop on the plane. The short 25 minutes flight further to Pokhara bestows us with parallel views of the mountains. As we arrive at the Lakeside, the pristine beauty of Phewa greets us. Later, enjoy dinner in your hotel and stroll in the streets of Lakeside at night.

    Overnight in Pokhara

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Wear full sleeves clothes, and do note that you should remove your slippers before entering the temple.
  • Day 3: Pokhara

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

    In the mid-day, we begin our sightseeing trip:

    We boat into Phewa Lake towards Tal Bahari Temple.

    We drive towards 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. Our last destination for the day is Peace Pagoda at the top of the valley. This small while stupa offers total views of the entire valley glimmering in the beautiful lights. Then, Drive back to the hotel for dinner.

    Overnight in Pokhara

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: 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 4: Flight back to Kathmandu and sightseeing

    Flight time: About 25 minutes

    We will sluggishly enjoy breakfast in the hotel. Firstly, We can explore some more tourist hubs in Pokhara in the morning. Then, in the mid-day, we drive to Pokhara airport and hop into the plane. The short, exciting flight takes us back to Kathmandu. Soon you will find yourself sleeping in a hotel room.

    In the evening, we will visit the remaining destinations of Kathmandu valley, like Patan Durbar Square. It’s an artistic masterpiece with a lot of metal and wooden artwork. We drive back to the hotel for dinner, and then you can enjoy the rest of the time according to your will.

    Overnight in Kathmandu

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: You can visit the Narayanhiti Palace which is close to the Thamel. Narayanhiti used to be the palace for former kings of Nepal.
  • Day 5: Kathmandu to Lhasa flight

    Altitude: 3,656 m

    Flight time: 1.5hrs flight

    On the fifth day, we leave Nepal as we fly towards Tibet. This separate land of China is the cultural center for the Buddhist people. Upon arrival at the airport, a local guide will further escort you to the hotel. A short drive to the hotel in a private vehicle will show you the best of Lasha. After some rest, you can explore the local areas around the hotel.

    As we gain a lot of altitudes in the flight, it’s essential to acclimate yourself to the decreasing air pressure. Keep yourself hydrated and spend the time interacting with the locals instead of walking a lot. Enjoy the decadent flavored Tibetan dinner but avoid any kinds of alcoholic beverages.

    Overnight in Lhasa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Lhasa is located at a higher altitude than Kathmandu. A leisure walk, enough rest, and lots of water will help you prevent altitude sickness.
  • Day 6: Lhasa Sightseeing day

    We get up early in the morning for breakfast. In the rain shadow of the Himalayas, this land has numerous places to explore. Firstly, you will visit the gorgeous Norbulingka, the summer palace of Dalai Lamas in ancient times. Next, we drive some km to the western parts of Lhasa towards Drepung Monastery. Meaning “prosperity,” Drepung Monastery has always been one of the critical Buddhist monasteries.

    Later in the day, you will drive to a different famous monastery in Lhasa, Sera Monastery. Sera Monastery is renowned for the “Buddhism Debating” in the evening. After that, you will have the entire evening in your hands to explore more of the city on your own. Take your time to understand the culture of the local people.

    Overnight in Lhasa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Possibly 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 7: Lhasa Sightseeing day

    On this Nepal Tibet tour, we’ll be exploring the sweetness of Lhasa city to the fullest. On another full-day sightseeing tour to Lhasa, we will visit the Potala Palace. Behind the Potala Palace, we have a Zongjiao Lukang Park that offers a stunning park view. You can see the locals gathering and chattering around the park.

    Then we will drive towards the Jokhang Temple. In the front of the temple, you can witness the crowds of devotees. Referred to as the “house of Buddha” because of the valuable Jowo Rinpoche (life-sized image of the Shakyamuni at 12), this temple has enormous importance. Later in the evening, we stroll in the Barkhor Bazaar. This local market is vibrant and colorful in the evening. Then we will get back to the hotel for our last dinner in the streets of Lhasa.

    Overnight in Lhasa

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Follow the tips for the previous day, and please bring water, a hat, and sunglasses with you.
  • Day 8: Lhasa to Gyantse to Shigatse / 360km

    Altitude: 3,836 m

    Driving time: 5 hours (360km

    We leave the city of Lhasa as we pass the green farmland of Yongchu Valley. We drive across the pass of Gangbala (5030m). First, we move to Tibet’s traditional town of Gyantse. After some time in the city, we move forward to the valley of Shigatse.

    On the journey, there are many valleys to ascertain. Among them, the foremost vital attractions are the lakes of Yamdrok-Tso and Kubum Monastery in Gyantse. The dark blue Yamdrok-Tso Lake is formed like a coiling scorpion.

    Then there’s Kumbum Monastery which features a 35m-high Chorten. The decorative stripes and the crown-like golden dome make it amusing. Lastly, we reach the town of Shigatse. With the proximity to Everest, Shigatse is itself an amusing valley in the mountains.

    Overnight in Shigatse

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Wear warm clothes and carry some food and water for the day.
  • Day 9: Drive Shigatse to Everest (Tibet Side)

    Altitude: 5,150 m

    Driving time: 7 hours (350km)

    Today is one of the most important days of our journey. In the morning, we’ll visit Tashilhunpo Monastery, the house of the Panchen Lama. Right after breakfast, we’ll leave the town of Shigatse. First, we drive to Lhatse, a beautiful village where we stop at lunch. Although we are constantly gaining altitude, you will feel comfortable inside the luxurious vehicle.

    After lunch, we’ll pass Tsola Pass and Gyatso La Pass before entering Mt. Everest National Nature Reserve. The views are even more stunning from the Gawula Pass(5198m). After a short stop here, we continue the New zigzag road to North Everest base camp. Soon, you’ll meet up to gaze at Mt. Everest peak. Dwelling at the base of the world’s tallest mountain is a blessing.

    The golden sunset at Everest’s peak will be the most beautiful view you will witness in the entire journey. Take your time to capture the beautiful scenery and save the memories in your photograph.

    Overnight in Everest base camp or nearby monastery or lodge

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Carry a warm coat, and drink a lot of water, probably warm water
  • Day 10: Drive Everest to Gyirong Town

    Altitude: 2,700 metres

    Driving time: 8 hours (370km)

    After a beautiful time on the premises of Everest base camp, it’s time to head downwards. We wake up early for the marvelous sunrise view from Rongbuk Monastery. The rays of the sun over the giant white pyramid will be great.

    Now, it’s time to wave goodbye to the majestic Everest. We hop into our vehicle and begin the long drive to Gyirong Town. The 8 hours long will be full of spectacular views around the roads. On clear days, the Shishapangma Peak is stunning.

    You can luxuriate in the gorgeous view of Pekutso Lake as we arrive in the town of Gyirong. This relatively small and silent town is full of cultural insight. Take a good look into the Tibetian lifestyle as you spend a fabulous night in the guesthouse.

    Overnight in Gyirong Town

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Make sure you wake up before sunrise to see the most mesmerizing light for the day.
  • Day 11: Drive Gyirong to Kathmandu

    Altitude: 1400m

    Driving time: 7 hours

    Get ready for another day of the trek as we drive towards the capital of Kathmandu. Gyirong Port is only 25 minutes away from the China-Nepal border. As we arrive at the border, we complete some custom formalities. After that, we enter Nepal. Kathmandu is about 160 km from Gyirong Port. Although the road is not as good as the ones in Tibet, the drive is quite comfortable. This part of the drive takes us about 6 hours.

    After arriving in Kathmandu, we check into the hotel downtown. As we are all quite tired from the journey, we will not plan any other activities for the day. We will enjoy our dinner and crash into bed early.

    Overnight in Kathmandu

    Meals: Breakfast

    Note: Tips for the day: Be comfortable with the drive and take small breaks.
  • Day 12: Flight from Kathmandu to Paro and drive to Thimphu

    Altitude: 2,334 m

    Flight time: 1h’s Flight/ 1h15mins’ Drive

    After a lazy morning in Kathmandu, we enjoy breakfast in the hotel. Then, we drive again to the international airport to take the flight towards Paro. The spectacular mountain flight will be thrilling- a wonder of a lifetime. Flying from the warmth of the plains of India and moving towards the hills of Bhutan, the view from the aircraft window is amusing.

    The series of the world’s highest peaks is stunning in itself. We will descend below the mountains towards the hills. The approaching valley of Paro with the alpine forests and farmhouses will be lovely. As the plane touches the runaway, the calmness of the valley will please you.

    Our representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the restaurant. First, we enjoy the delicious Bhutanese delicacy in Paro. After lunch, we take a detailed drive to Thimphu.

    The capital of Bhutan, Thimphu, will be surprised by its uniqueness. We check in to the hotel and enjoy some personal time. In the evening, we take a leisure walk to the market. It’s an excellent time to witness the beauty of Thimpu.

    Overnight in Thimpu

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: Tips for the day: Bhutan has many heritages that you can visit. You can ask your travel consultant if you are inclined to see some of these places.
  • Day 13 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. Afterward, we drive to the top of the hills, where we can see the shrine of Buddha Dordenma. We see this enormous statue of Buddha suited on the hilltop to overlook the Thimphu valley. Our last destination in Thimpu is the Tashichho Dzong. This prodigious fortress house is the government secretariat.

    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 make you emotional. After this stop, we drive further towards Punakha. We check into the hotel and enjoy a delicious dinner before crashing into bed.

    Overnight in Punakha.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: Tips for the day: Wear full sleeve clothes and show respect to the local committee. Also, carry a water bottle for the day.
  • Day 14: 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 begin visiting Punakha Dzong, the foremost beautiful dzongs in Bhutan. Located in the picturesque location between Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu, this is the best example of classic Bhutanese architecture.

    Later on, we walk beyond the paddy fields and head to the native farms of 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 wonderful hours in Punakha, it’s our time to drive back to Paro. About 3 hours of drive to Paro on the winding roads of Bhutan is very pleasing. We stop at multiple viewpoints and move slowly.

    Overnight in Paro

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: Tips for the day: Pack your water bottle and wear sunglasses and sunscreen.
  • Day 15: 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 warm breakfast in the hotel, we move towards Taktsang Monastery. Also known as Tiger’s Nest, this Monastery lies attached to the cliff. Padmasambhava (known as Second Buddha) has flown on the tigress’ back and meditated at the place. This Monastery is an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists in Bhutan.

    The 20 minutes drive to the trailhead takes us to the base of the Tiger’s nest. Then, we begin the 2 to 3 hours of hike to Taktsang Monastery. If you want to avoid straining yourself with such an uphill walk, you can hire a pony to ride 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 make you think that the arduous climb was all worth it from the top. The idea of the Taktsang monastery that is perched on a rocky cliff will take away your breath. Capture some beautiful pictures and let your shanks rest before walking down to the highway.

    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.

    Overnight in Paro

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: Tip for the day: You can take a horse ride for the first hour. And, do not take photos inside the Monastery. Mostly, you have to deposit all the belongings at the entrance so do not carry expensive Jewellery.
  • Day 16: Paro Departure

    Kathmandu Tibet Bhutan Tour comes to an end today! After a leisurely breakfast in the morning, you can enjoy some moments in the country. Then, your guide will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the Paro airport. It would help if you got to 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

    Note: Tips for the day: Do not forget your virtual devices before you depart.

Includes/Excludes

What's included

    • Hotel Accommodation
    • 15 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, and 5 Dinner
    • Sightseeing entrance fees during Nepal Bhutan Tibet Tour
    • Domestic airfare and all land transportation on sharing basis
    • Kathmandu Lhasa and Kathmandu Paro airfare
    • Tour Guide in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan
    • Bhutan Visa Fee and Tibet Permit
    • Applicable Taxes

What is excluded

    • Nepal Visa Fee and International Air Fare
    • Extra Hotel Accommodation and meals in Nepal and Tibet
    • Travel Insurance and Personal Expenses
    • Tipping and all other expenses which are not mentioned in the cost inclusion part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Accommodation

We will ensure that you have comfortable accommodation during Nepal Bhutan Tibet Tour. Most likely, we will accommodate you in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu, Bhutan, and Lhasa. We ensure that you get the best available guest house on the Mount Everest route.

Meals included

Great food makes a great tour. Moreover, this South Asia tour blesses you with a vast array of unique foods, including national and international cuisine. During this time, you have the flexibility of deciding whatever and wherever you want to eat. Equally important, we ensure that the wrong kinds of food do not compromise your health. But it’s important to mention that there may be a limit in some hotels/ restaurants.


Route Map

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Map

As 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 remaining task of the Bhutan Visa and Tibet Travel Permit. After Nepal Tour, you will fly to Tibet, and you need to arrange the flight ticket by yourself.

In Tibet, you will visit Lhasa and then return to Kathmandu via Everest Base Camp. The next day, you will fly to Bhutan, and you need to arrange your flight ticket. In Bhutan, you will stay five days 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, you might arrange extra hotel accommodation in Kathmandu.


Departure Dates

We have daily departures for this trip, so we recommend that you book it according to your schedule. We will customize the tour/trekking package to your specific needs. We are concentrating on the private trip, taking into account numerous elements such as COVID, trekkers' physical fitness, available time, and budget. Because these elements may or may not be compatible with the individual traveler.

Similarly, during the trek/tour, we will be pleased to supply you with pre/post accommodation as well as other supplementary services such as a domestic flight and an additional porter. Please fill out this customized form for your convenience.

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

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    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

    Meals included

    Great food makes a great tour. Moreover, this South Asia tour blesses you with many unique foods, including national and international cuisine. During the Nepal Bhutan Tibet tour, you have the flexibility of deciding whatever and wherever you want to eat. Equally important, we ensure that the wrong kinds of food do not compromise your health. But it’s important to mention that there may be a limit in some hotels/ restaurants.

    Essential documents

    Firstly, you will need a passport with at least six months of validity at the time of entry. You will need a blank visa page (other than the endorsements page) to get your tourist visa upon arrival.
    Tibet Entry Permit: This Tibet Travel Permit should be obtained before the trip from Tibet Tourism Bureau. The document is needed before you sit on your flight/train to Tibet. Next, there’s a Border Pass you need to enter the Tibetan border from Nepal. You can only get these permits from an authorized travel agency like Peregrine Treks and Tours.

    Tibet Group Visa: This Tibet Group Visa is issued by the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. After you hand in a visa application form and your original passport, we can get the visa. During the review period, the passport will be kept in the Embassy.

    Nepal Visa: Thankfully, you can quickly obtain a Nepali visa from multiple entry points, including Kathmandu. Nepal Visa is available at 15, 30, and 90 days upon arrival at TIA. For an Indian Citizen, a passport is not mandatory. But they must show Citizenship or a Voter’s Card to enter Nepal.

    Bhutan Visa: Licensed Bhutanese tour operators (like ourselves) or their partners can apply for Bhutan Visa on your behalf so that you can enter the border of Bhutan. Citizens of Bangladesh, India, and the Maldives do not need a Bhutanese Visa.

    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 right kinds of preparation.

    Tour Guides

    Our local’s tour guides are trained and certified tour guides. They are aware of the potential difficulties and its solution. They are fluent in English and aware of the local’s 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 to take us to our destinations as swiftly as possible. We use the highest quality private vehicles available when you are traveling by road.
    For the international flight, plane tickets will be of economic class.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    North Everest Base camp at 5,150 m is the highest point of this Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

    During this Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, we will be traveling at the same altitude, and the chances of mountain sickness cannot be ignored. It would help if you kept yourself hydrated and warm. Moreover, some previous experience on the high-altitude tour will help you understand your body’s response at such a height.

    A bottle of oxygen will be kept in case of emergency (especially we visit the regions of Mt. Everest). Consequently, if you feel the slightest difficulty in breathing, you should immediately consult with the doctor.

    First and foremost, you need to pack your passport and visas for all three countries. Likewise, you are recommended to carry two backpacks- a large one that the crew will handle and the other small one for gadgets, medications, and other essential things.

    Besides a shirt, pants and a couple of undergarments, you need jackets and trousers. The Tibetan region is quite cold. A pair of slippers, comfortable shoes, and socks are recommended. Other personal stuff like sunglasses, hats, and sunblock is a must.

    Before you book any trek with our company, you must have travel insurance. Your travel insurance should cover all kinds of accidental, medical, and search and rescue needs in case of emergency. It would help if you got this insurance before booking your Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. If you do not have any kinds of Travel insurance, we can help you get one.

    You must be over ten years old to take this tour with us. Anyone below 18 should apply with their guardians over 21 years old.

    Yes, there is multiple ATM facility in the Journey. As we will be mainly visiting the major cities of all three countries, you will not have an issue finding an ATM. Our guide will suggest you will find the most suitable ATM location.

    It would help if you carried the local currency to pay for the shopping, food, and guest houses. You can exchange the dollars for local currency in a bank or exchange centers in the country you are visiting.
    Any queries for Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour? please feel free to write an email at [email protected] or text us on WhatsApp/Viber/Cell-Phone +9779851052413

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