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2 to 20


2 star Category Hotel



Trip Type



Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner



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No. of Persons

Price Per Person in USD 

  • 2-5


  • 6-11


  • 12-20


Trip Highlights

  • Tibetan culture with stunning view including Potala palace
  • Nepal's world heritage sites visit
  • Nepal culture and tradition
  • Thunder dragon land visit
  • Taksang monastries (Tiger nest)
  • Three countries combined tradition, culture and beautiness

Wander the mystical streets of Kathmandu with an experienced guide by your side. Discover ancient courtyards, temples, and bustling markets. Gain a taste of the remarkable cultural heritage of this unique and varied land.

Tibet is known as the rooftop of the world.  Explore the capital city Lhasa and experience the Tibetan people, culture, palaces, monasteries, and other attractions in this holy city.  Drive out to Namtso Lake (sky lake), one of the highest lakes in the world, and witness a stunning sunset and sunrise view over one of the 3 sacred lakes in Tibet.

Experience the rich culture and unique lifestyle of Bhutan and its people.  Visit the beautiful townships of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. Witness ancient fortresses and monasteries, including the famous Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, a sacred temple hanging onto a rocky cliff.  Explore the King’s Memorial Chorten, nunnery temple, folk heritage museum and much more.  All of this whilst enjoying the constant company of the amazing Bhutanese landscape.

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  • All accommodation where available
  • Airport Pickup/Drop off
  • International flights to Bhutan and Lhasa, Tibet
  • All ground transportation
  • Visa Fees of Tibet and Bhutan
  • Private guide with insurance
  • Entrance fees to all sights
  • First Aid Kit
  • All government and local taxes
  • Meals as per the Itinerary


  • International flights
  • Entry Visa fees – at present $30 for 15 day, US$ 50 for 30 day, and US$ 120 for three month visa on entry into Nepal.
  • Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, lost, theft expenses.
  • Personal gear and expenses
  • Alcoholic and soda drinks.
  • Tips and gratitude for guide/porter

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Do Bhutanese Speak English?

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English is widely spoken in urban areas and the younger generation can speak fluently. However, in rural areas, older generations may have limited English language proficiency, with many people primarily speaking their local dialects or languages other than English.

Do I need a visa to enter Bhutan?

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Yes, everyone who is traveling to Bhutan must acquire a visa to enter. Indian, Bangladeshi, and Maldivian nationals don’t require a visa to enter Bhutan. And the most important thing is there is no arrival visa so you must process with an international tour operator or a local travel agent registered with the Tourism Council of Bhutan and the Bhutan Foreign Ministry.

What are the famous luxury hotels in Bhutan?

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Here is the list of the famous luxury hotels in Bhutan:

What currency is used in Bhutan?

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The currency of Bhutan is the Ngultrum (BTN).

How to go to Bhutan from Nepal?

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Ways to travel from Nepal to Bhutan include:

  • Direct flight from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu to Paro International Airport in Paro.
  • Take a domestic flight from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur in eastern Nepal, followed by a 6-hour road trip across India to the Phuentsholing entry point.
  • Opting for a budget-friendly overland journey from Kathmandu to Phuentsholing, which typically takes around 18-20 hours. This route involves traveling overland through Indian roads for 5 to 6 hours before reaching the Bhutan entry point.

Why solo travel is not allowed in Bhutan?

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Traveling to Bhutan solo is not allowed due to the tourism policy of Bhutan. You need to travel through the trekking agency or tour operator so that it will help to promote sustainable tourism.

What are the top things to do in Bhutan?

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Inside Bhutan, travelers can experience the rich cultural and traditional heritage sites of the country. You can find many temples, monasteries, and old fortresses and Buddhist practice is followed everywhere. Here are the list of things that you can do after reaching Bhutan:

  • Attending festivals
  • Hiking and trekking
  • Camping
  • Cycling tour
  • Mountain biking, horse riding, kayaking and rafting
  • Explore the different natural place
  • Hike up to the Tiger’s Nest
  • Handicraft and antique shopping and many more





Prashant was an outstanding tour guide. Very knowledgeable and passionate about Kathmandu and about the unique overlap of Hindi and Buddha.

Rina H


Ari (I hope I spelt it right) is very knowledgeable on the culture, the history and the religion in the places we visited. He understood we had quite limited time and managed to get everything covered plus he even introduced us to a sound healing demonstration, seeing that we were interested. He is also amazing at taking photos!



Everything ran perfectly the day we landed KTM and greeted by Mr Ganesh till we met Raju our dedicated guide till departed back to KTM for home. Now am hoping to go back for more adventures.

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