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durationTrip Duration 15 Days
regionRegion
countryCountry Multicountry
groupsizeGroup Size 1 To 15 Person
arrivalArrival On Kathmandu
departureDeparture From Kathmandu
seasonBest Season Autumn(Sep To Nov) And Spring(March To May)
easy-icon Easy TripGrade are those in which less hiking is required - about 3-4 hrs per day. Good for begineers and less intensive. City Tours, Jungle Safari are some easy ones. Acclimatization is not required.

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Price per person:  USD $ 3550
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Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Overview

Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour journey covers the main centers of concentration of Tibetan Buddhism in the Himalayas: Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. We can compare them to the three jewels of Buddhism on earth.

The territory of modern Nepal for a long time was part of the states ruled by Indian rulers, therefore the early period of the history of Buddhism in Nepal has been associated with the history of the emergence of Buddhism as a world religion. Buddha Shakyamuni was born and raised on this land. Through Nepal, Buddhism penetrated Tibet, China, and the countries of Southeast Asia. We can say that Buddhism has developed in Nepal almost since the time of the Buddha himself.

The King of Tibet, Songtsen Gampo, declared Buddhism the official religion of his state and built the central Jokhang monastery in Lhasa. According to traditional sources, to cleanse the Himalayas from demonic spells and establish peace, the king installed 108 monasteries in all the Himalayas in one day. Taksang Lakhang in Paro, one of the largest monasteries in Bhutan, has survived to this day and is an important pilgrimage site.

Thus, we will walk the path of the birth of Buddhism, its development, and its spread.

A South Asian landlocked country Nepal’s capital city is Kathmandu. Kathmandu is an arc and architecture heritage site of the ancient period to 17th-century monasteries and temples with wood metal and mud architecture. in this charming city, you can explore 3 major sister cities Kathmandu Patan, and Bhaktapur.

Lhasa- the capital city of Tibet is called the Forbidden City. Every month thousands of tourists can explore ancient monasteries the gold-roofed Potala Palace and the name of lamas.

Another attraction of this tour is the very clean Himalayan country of Bhutan as well. Village roads of Bhutan, an Example of an uncertain world. In this tour, you can explore the Shangri-La setting of Paro Valley, Punakha a middle city of Bhutan, and the best monastery with the river, and explore the capital city Thimpu as well.

Depending upon the season many festivals and ceremonies occur. so during your traveling period, we will provide the information about the festival or ceremony that will happen. We follow the Lunar calendar. So you Plan your Tibet Nepal and |Bhutan Tour 60 to 90 days before your departure time.

Trip Highlights:

  • Ancient Palace, Buddhist Monastery, and Hindu Temples in Kathmandu.
  • flight over the Everest Himalayan ranges from Kathmandu to Bhutan.
  • Heartland of Tibetan Lhasa and Dalai Lama Potala Palace in Tibet.
  • Heart-touching valley Paro, Thimpu, and Punakha in Bhutan.

Three Jewels of Buddhism part of Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour:

The first jewel – Buddha – is a completely enlightened, omniscient being who naturally reached spiritual heights.

The second jewel is Dharma – the Law revealed to the Enlightened One. This Law is the semantic core of the universe, following it all processes take place outside and inside human destinies, with its help, one can understand the laws of life and society, the interconnection and interdependence of everything. Buddha grasped this law and communicated it to his disciples in the form of the Word.

The third jewel – the Sangha – is a community of those who turn to Refuge, because it is the appeal to Refuge that allows us to reach various stages of the Path and “approach” to Enlightenment, and it is the appeal to Refuge that ultimately creates the basis of our relationship with the Buddha, and therefore, the basis of relationships with other members of the Sangha.

These three words entered and are included in the formula of the “three refuges”, – a vow pronounced during initiation into Buddhist monks and nuns: “I trust in the Enlightened One as a refuge, I trust in the Law as a refuge, I trust in the community as a refuge. Oh, Blessed One, take us under your protection from now on until death. “

Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour Cost

Nepal

  • Accommodation: 5 nights in Kathmandu in a 3-star hotel with breakfast.
  • All transfers by air-conditioned passenger private car.
  • Entry tickets for sightseeing points.
  • Local English-speaking guide for city tours.
  • English speaking assistant for arrival/departure.

Bhutan

  • Accommodation: 2 nights in Thimphu, 1 night in Punakha, and 2 nights in Paro in a 3-star hotel with a full board.
  • All transfers by car without air conditioning.
  • entry tickets; - local English-speaking guide for city tours.
  • English speaking assistant for arrival/departure.

Tibet

  • Accommodation: 3 nights in a 3-star hotel with breakfast.
  • All transfers by car without air conditioning.
  • Entry tickets.
  • English-speaking guide for city tours.
  • English speaking assistant for arrival/departure.
  • International flights.
  • Flight Kathmandu - Paro - Kathmandu - from $ 525 per person (economy class).
  • Flight Kathmandu - Lhasa - Kathmandu - from $ 895 per person (economy class).
  • Multi-visa to Nepal - $ 40 (registration upon arrival).
  • Permit to Tibet - $ 120 per person (made out and payment in advance).
  • Permit to Bhutan - $ 45 per person (issued and paid in advance).
  • Meals outside the program, drinks.
  • Medical insurance.
  • Subtleties of registration of a permit to Tibet.
  • A visa is issued to Kathmandu for 4 working days on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, excluding weekends and holidays. The passport is at the Embassy in Kathmandu for 3 working days.
  • Required: 2 photos 3.5 * 4.5; prepaid permit and completed application form.
  • Permit to Bhutan:: a good color scan of the passport 1 page.

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How you will feel after completing the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour?

Completing a tour of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan would undoubtedly evoke a myriad of emotions, leaving a lasting impression that transcends the boundaries of time and geography. Here’s a glimpse into the feelings one might experience after embarking on such a transformative journey:

Awe and Wonder: The sheer magnificence of the Himalayas and the spiritual aura of ancient temples and monasteries will leave you in awe. From the majestic peaks of Mount Everest to the sacred sites of Lhasa and Paro, every moment spent amidst these natural and cultural wonders will fill you with a profound sense of wonder and reverence.

Gratitude and Humility: The hospitality and warmth of the people in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan would touch your heart, leaving you feeling grateful for the kindness and generosity extended to you throughout your journey. Interactions with local communities, monks, and pilgrims would humble you, reminding you of the interconnectedness of humanity and the beauty of human connection.

Inspiration and Reflection: The rich blend of history, spirituality, and tradition woven into the fabric of these Himalayan lands would inspire introspection and reflection. As you traverse ancient pilgrimage routes, explore centuries-old monasteries, and immerse yourself in age-old rituals and ceremonies, you will find yourself contemplating life’s mysteries and seeking deeper meaning and purpose.

Serenity and Inner Peace: The serene landscapes, tranquil monasteries, and pristine natural beauty of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan would create a sanctuary for the soul, offering moments of profound peace and tranquility. Whether meditating in the serene surroundings of Bodhnath Stupa, trekking through the remote valleys of Tibet, or gazing upon the tranquil waters of Punakha Dzong, you will find solace and serenity amidst the chaos of the world.

Joy and Fulfillment: Each experience, from witnessing sunrise over the Himalayas to participating in traditional rituals and festivals, would fill your heart with joy and fulfillment. The sense of adventure and discovery, the bonds forged with fellow travelers, and the memories created along the way would become cherished treasures, bringing a smile to your face long after the journey has ended.

In conclusion, completing a tour of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan would be a transformative and enriching experience, leaving you with a profound sense of awe, gratitude, inspiration, serenity, and joy. It would be a journey not only across borders but also into the depths of the soul, shaping your perspective and leaving an indelible mark on your heart and spirit.

Can you Join the Nepal Bhutan Tibet tour alone with us?

As an individual traveler, joining a guided group tour to Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet offers several advantages, making it an attractive option for solo adventurers. Here’s an explanation of how you can join such a tour with us:

Expert Guidance: Joining a tour with us means having access to experienced guides who are well-versed in the destinations’ culture, history, and attractions. Our knowledgeable guides will accompany you throughout the journey, providing valuable insights, assistance, and support, enhancing your overall travel experience.

Convenience and Comfort: Traveling alone can sometimes be daunting, especially in unfamiliar destinations like Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. Joining our tour ensures a hassle-free and comfortable experience, as we take care of all the logistics, including transportation, accommodation, meals, and sightseeing arrangements. You can relax and enjoy the journey without worrying about the details.

Safety and Security: Safety is paramount, especially when traveling solo in foreign countries. Joining our guided tour offers an added layer of security, as you’ll be traveling with a group and accompanied by experienced guides who are familiar with the local environment. We prioritize the safety and well-being of our travelers, ensuring that you can explore these destinations with peace of mind.

Social Interaction: Solo travel can sometimes feel lonely, but joining a group tour provides ample opportunities for social interaction and camaraderie with fellow travelers. You’ll have the chance to meet like-minded individuals from around the world, share experiences, and create lasting friendships along the way, enriching your travel experience.

Cost-Effectiveness: Group tours often offer cost-effective pricing compared to traveling solo, as the expenses are shared among the group. With us, you can enjoy the convenience and benefits of a guided tour at a reasonable price, allowing you to make the most of your travel budget and experience everything these fascinating destinations have to offer.

Overall, joining our guided tour to Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet as a solo traveler offers the perfect balance of convenience, safety, social interaction, and affordability, ensuring an enriching and memorable journey through these captivating Himalayan lands.

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Trip Facts
durationTrip Duration 15 Days
regionRegion
countryCountry Multicountry
groupsizeGroup Size 1 To 15 Person
arrivalArrival On Kathmandu
departureDeparture From Kathmandu
seasonBest Season Autumn(Sep To Nov) And Spring(March To May)
easy-icon Easy TripGrade are those in which less hiking is required - about 3-4 hrs per day. Good for begineers and less intensive. City Tours, Jungle Safari are some easy ones. Acclimatization is not required.

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Multicountry Tour Activities
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