Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Itinerary
Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Itinerary is just an outline of this tour. You can amend this tour as per your requirements. Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Itinerary covers Kathmandu and Pokhara in Nepal. Similarly, Lhasa City in Tibet and Thimpu and Paro, including Tiger’s Nest in Bhutan.
Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Itinerary
Day 01 – Arrive in Kathmandu
When we arrive at Tribhuvan International airport, we will be welcomed by Peregrine Treks and Tours representatives and transferred to the hotel. After a short rest, we will visit Thamel Market and its surroundings. After Dinner, we will return to the hotel overnight.
Day 02 – Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour- Nagarkot
Today, our sightseeing tour starts from the holy temple of Hindu followers, Pashupatinath temple. Then we go to Boudhanath, 8 km east of Kathmandu. Within the afternoon, we drove to Bhaktapur and explored architectural temples, shrines similar to Lion gate, Golden Gate, and, therefore, the Palace of 55 windows. We then head towards Nagarkot to discover the mesmerizing sunrise and sunset and a spectacular side view of the Himalayan ranges.
Day 03 – Nagarkot to Kathmandu
Our morning begins with the enthralling sunrise alongside the comfortable hill views. After breakfast, we checked into Kathmandu. On arrival, we proceed with the excursion of Patan Durbar Square. We will visit Krishna Temple, Patan Durbar with Royal bath, Hiranya Varna Mahavir – a Buddhist Monastery. Then we will go to Kathmandu durbar square – a historical palace of Nepal. We see Kumari Temple, Kasthamandap, etc. Ultimately, we all moved towards Swayambhunath. After completion of these places, we will return to the hotel overnight.
Day 04 – Kathmandu to Pokhara
Today, we’ll have a pleasant drive to Pokhara, touching Kathmandu on the outskirts as we move to the famed city. We’ll also visit the Manakamana Temple- a temple dedicated to the “Goddess of Fulfilling Wishes,” where you take a car ride of 9 minutes. The car ride is thrilling because it goes over the laden area of Manakamana hill, and we will see incredible scenes of the sprawling pastures below.
Day 05 – Tours in Pokhara
This morning, we will choose an excursion trip to Sarangkot. The foremost popular tourist destination from where you’ll experience the pleasant views of the Pokhara Valley. Therefore, the magnificent view of the mountains, Sarangkot, is the highest viewpoint for sunrise. Paragliding also can be done from Sarangkot. From Sarangkot, in the northern direction- we will see Dhaulagiri Himal, and therefore the Annapurna range is additionally visible when the weather is evident on an equivalent side. In that southern area, the village faces Pokhara and its lake on the city’s north-western outskirts.
In the afternoon, we will visit the Bindabasini Temple. This is often among the oldest temples in Pokhara; the deity of the temple- Goddess Durga, was brought from India. Aside from the peace and tranquillity. The temple premises offers an honest view of the Himalayas on a clear day. The temple is within the area of the bazaar; hence, a journey to the old bazaar is often connected with a visit to the temple. The sightseeing then proceeded to Devi’s Fall and applied to Patale Chango- an awe-inspiring waterfall lying 2 km southwest of Pokhara.
The waterfall takes its original form throughout the summer and, therefore, the season, with gushing water splashing and enforcing its way through the rocks. On the opposite surface of the road, there’s the Gupteshwor Cave, the just reverse of Devi’s fall. This cave is accessible for various natural sorts of limestone deposits.
Day 06 – Drive back to Kathmandu
After breakfast, we will drive back to Kathmandu. After a short rest, we will pack our stuff for the Tibet Tour. Evening time free to explore around the hotel.
Day 07 – Fly to Lhasa
The flight from Nepal to Lhasa (3660meters) in Tibet is taken into account as one of the best beautiful air routes in the world because it provides extensive views of Mount Everest (8848meters) Mt. Kanchenjunga (8536meters), plus other Himalayan peaks. If traveling via China, there is the right sort of flight and the world’s highest train route to succeed in Lhasa.
Upon arrival, you’ll be received by our Tibetan guide at the airport/train station. After approximately 1.45 hours of driving, we will reach Lhasa. It’s prudent to rest and take it easy for the remainder of the day.
Day 08 – Excursion Tour in Lhasa
We will spend this day visiting several monasteries in Lhasa with our Tibetan Guide. We will visit the Sera Monastery, the best-preserved monastery in Tibet, with whitewashed walls and golden roofs. After lunch, we hit Norbulingka, a summer palace of the Dalai Lama and, therefore, the Jokhang Temple, a typical divine shrine in Tibet.
Day 09 – Full day Lhasa sightseeing
We visit Potala Palace in the morning. It’s a palace that dominates the town of Lhasa. It’s a magnificent building, including the private quarters of the Dalai Lama and many grand staterooms, and lots of famous chapels. There has existed a Palace in this place for the 5th or 6th century, although this Palace was assembled within the 17th century. After lunch, we tour the Drepung Monastery, established in the 14th century. It won’t be the usual famous monastery globally, with a population of around 10,000 monks. Lately, the amount has fallen right down to a hundred.
Day 10: Fly back to Kathmandu.
Our tours end today! An agent from the company will take us to the airport for your flight to Kathmandu. Our airport representative will pick you up from the airport and drop you at the hotel.
Day 11 – Kathmandu to Paro Flight
The flight to Paro divides the Himalayan Mountains, affording magnificent views of the impressive peaks, including the holy Jumolhari and Jichu Drake peaks in Bhutan. We are welcomed by the design and transport to the hotel on approaching. After lunch, we visit the Ta Dzong, once a fortified lookout tower that’s now the National Museum. The museum has a wide assortment of ancient paintings, armors, philatelic displays, and a “field of Buddhas,” which helps one see while meditating. Next, visit Kichu Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the country.
Day 12 – Paro-Thimphu
Today, you’ll hike to Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, Bhutan’s most famous monastery. It’s breathtaking, situated at 10,400 feet and perched on the sting of a cliff about 3,000 feet beyond the Paro Valley. Guru Rinpoche (great spiritual master) is challenged to possess flown on the rear of a tigress to consider a cave where Taktsang Monastery now stands. Lunch is served within the Cafeteria Restaurant, located about halfway up the mountain. Explore the monastery and hike backtracks to the valley floor. Tonight you transfer to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan.
Day 13 – Thimphu
After breakfast, we will visit Memorial Chorten (the built-in idea of the third King of Bhutan who governed from 1952-to 1972), Changangkha Monastery, Nunnery temple, School of Arts, and Crafts, and Folk Heritage Museum. After a relaxing lunch, you’ll visit a conventional paper factory, majestic Tashichhodzong, and a giant Buddha statue on a hill commanding Thimphu, the most influential Buddha Shakyamuni in the world. In the evening, you’ll stroll freely in Thimphu city and absorb the lifestyle of the people.
Day 14 – Thimphu-Paro
Morning is going to be spent hiking to Wangditse Monastery. We will walk one hour from the Radio Tower on a leveled trail amidst pine forests with a great view of north Thimphu Valley. On the way, we will even have a chance to see Takins — the unique national animal found only within the Himalayas. After having explored the monastery, you’ll hike back to Thimphu town. After lunch, we will repel to Paro. Within the evening, you’ll tour the village in Paro to learn about the lifestyle – perhaps attending a farmhouse or two for a cup of butter tea or an “ara” local wine provided by a factory of wheat or rice.
Day 15 – Departure
After breakfast, ride to the airport for departure. Our agent will bid you farewell. It would be best if you catch your international flight from Paro. If you are happy with us, please tell your friend, and if you are unhappy with this Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, please notify us. We will improve our service as per your requirement. It is just a template of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Itinerary. We are ready to customize this tour as per your preference.