13-Day Nepal Bhutan Exclusive Tour Package
Nepal Bhutan tour explores the rich history, historical sites, and natural heritage of these two countries for 13 days. From superb mountain views to mystical monuments, visits will give you a fantastic ride into the histories of these two Himalayan nations. The journey will spark your curiosity and enchant your beliefs.
The Nepal Bhutan tour is all about introducing you to these two Himalayan kingdoms and taking you on a rollercoaster of emotions that will humble you, inspire you, and give you a great perspective on life. And maybe it sounds cliche to you, but traversing deep within these Himalayan nations and learning about their cultural heritages will give goosebumps to you. You will find yourself amazed and fascinated with all the discoveries on this tour.
Many people around the world love the whole idea of mystical kingdoms, hidden away from bustling cities. And here we are offering you a magical 13 days journey into the mythical tales, brave history, abundant wildlife, and majestic mountains of these two countries. Nepal and Bhutan are two very different countries tied by the Himalayas. The culture and natural experiences on this tour are phenomenal. The harmony between adventure and tranquillity is unparalleled.
Nepal is the land of giant mountains, high passes, stunning lakes, deepest gorges, centuries-old monasteries & temples, and whatnot. From the start to the end of the Nepal Bhutan Tour 13 days, you will spend nine days in Nepal, exploring its various cities, historical monuments, caves, waterfalls, viewpoints, and a national park. Your time in Nepal will teach you profoundly about Nepalese art, architecture, history, wildlife, and culture.
The Nepal-Bhutan tour includes four full days in Bhutan. You explore the ancient dzongs, monasteries, national libraries, traditional medicine institutes, handicraft markets, palaces, and fortresses. The tour is divided between Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. The commute between these places crosses the Dochula pass and includes panoramic rides. You will come across Bhutanese art and architecture, get to see their culture and practices, and come across ancient scriptures, manuscripts & antiques.
The Nepal Bhutan tour lets you enjoy breathtaking mountain views, pristine landscapes, and intimate interactions with the locals. You'll be face to face with exotic animals & birds and present with a first-hand experience of both countries' spiritual sides. The entire tour will be guided by an experienced guide, so you will not feel clueless. The tour guide will be able to communicate in your language, which makes the venture furthermore immersive.
Major attractions during the Nepal Bhutan tour
Kathmandu - The Capital of Nepal
In Kathmandu, you will visit many historical monuments that date thousands of years back. Kathmandu is a city of temples and museums. The tour in Kathmandu involves a visit to Swayambhunath, which is also known as Monkey temple. Located on a hilltop, this place offers a great aerial view of Kathmandu. Then you will visit one of the most important religious sites in Nepal, Bouddhanath Stupa, which is the largest stupa in the country. The tour then takes you to two royal palaces- Kathmandu Durbar Square. Apart from these places, you stop by museums, art galleries, and local markets.
Pokhara - Tourist Hub of nepal
Pokhara is the second biggest city in Nepal and is known as the city of lakes. You stay near Phewa Lake. The Lakeside Market is like the Thamel of Pokhara. The tour takes you to Saragkot, from where you can see the stunning aerial view of the city, along with a superb view of Mt. Fishtail, Mt. Annapurna, and Lamjung Himal. You will then visit the Peace Pagoda, Davis Falls, Bindhyabasini Temple, Gupteshwor Cave, etc.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan is home of wilderness. You'll go on a deep jungle safari and come face-to-face with wildlife such as one-horn rhinos, elephants, wild boars, tigers, bears, deer, pheasants, etc. Here you will visit the village of an indigenous community, Tharus, and also do other activities like canoeing, jungle walking, elephant bathing, bird watching, etc.
In Paro, you will visit Paro Rinpung Dzong, also known as the fort of the heap of jewels. This place houses the Paro District Civil Administration, the Paro Monastic Body, and the Paro District Court. This small dzong was built in the 15th century and later got reconstructed in 1645 by Shabdrung. Then in 1905, the fort caught fire and was rebuilt by the Paro Penlop Dawa Penjor. You also visit Kyichu Lhakhang, built in 638 AD by Tibetan King Songtsengampo. It is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. You will then hike to Taktsang monastery (Tiger's Nest).
The tour in Thimphu takes you to Memorial Chorten constructed in memory of the late third king of Bhutan. We will then visit the weaving center, where you can see the clothes of Bhutanese royals. The tour proceeds to the National Library and Handicrafts Emporiums. Depending upon the time, you will also visit the Institute of Traditional Medicine and the famous Thangka Painting School.
Punakha is reached after a 2.5-hour drive from Thimphu. Here we will visit Punakha Dzong and Chimi Lhakhang. En route to Chimi Lhakhang, stop at Wangdue Dzong, a beautiful temple located on a small hill. Chimi Lhakhang is a sacred place dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley, also known as Divine Madman. It is one of the most religious sites in Bhutan.