Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan tour package provides you an experience of the three very unique countries with intriguing Himalayan regions. This package combines the spiritual nation of Nepal, the rooftop of world Tibet and enigmatic Bhutan. The Nepalese, Tibetan and Bhutanese people have protected their sacred heritage and a unique identity for centuries, by choosing to remain concealed deeply in a jealously guarded isolation.
The Kingdom of Bhutan, which was off-limits to tourists until 1974, continues to preserve its cultural identity and integrity. Only a limited amount of people are now allowed every year for carefully organized Bhutan tours for cultural and trekking vacations. The rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, and lush valleys provide Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan with stunning beauty and beautiful grandeur.
Nepal is rich in historic heritage, temples, religious sites, and natural beauty. The three most popular destinations in Nepal- Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, and Chitwan National Park. In the beautiful Kathmandu Valley, you will get to visit the amazing temples and monasteries of the area which include UNESCO World Heritage sites. Visit some of the most sacred sites and experience the unique Buddhist and Hindu religion of one of the world’s most popular mountain destinations. This trip gives you an amazing experience of the infringing natural beauty and High Mountain views along with the true Nepalese people, traditions, and culture.
Bhaktapur Durbar squire, A most visiting Historical site inside Kathmandu valley
Tibet sits on the roof of the world boasting unparalleled natural scenery from snow-capped mountains to turquoise lakes, and a galaxy of magnificent Buddhist monasteries. On the Tibet tour, you will explore the legendary Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor circuit in the holy city of Lhasa. Lhasa is Tibet’s long forbidden capital city which is 12,000 feet high. Walk the pilgrim trails, hike up to ancient ridge-top monasteries, meet a colorful array of people, from nomads to lamas, and delight in some of the most majestic scenery on earth. The trip to Tibet is an enriching journey to open a new perspective into traditions and cultures.
Bhutan, also known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon offers up a completely different experience of a truly Buddhist nation. We will visit Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha and get a glimpse of the rich Bhutanese culture, traditions, and lifestyle. Explore ancient monasteries, unique construction, imposing high hill valleys, and Himalaya landscapes. We will also enjoy hiking to Bhutan’s most famous monastery, the Tigger's Nest Monastery. You get a chance to interact with the local people who are known to be the happiest people on earth and to witness the way of life in Bhutan.
Minimum 11 days you need to manage for Nepal Tibet and Bhutan tour package. Nepal Highland treks as an authorise travel and trekking agent can ubtain these three countries visa with your passport copy. we are also working profesional and authorize travel companies in Tibet and Bhutan.. So booking this 3 countries tour with us in one door booking. we provide list of documents and formalities to get visa of Nepal Tibet Bhutan.
The best time to visit Tibet is from April to May and September to October when one can enjoy the different beauty of the land in favorable weather conditions. During these periods, one can trek to mountain regions like Mount Everest and Kailash, or cycle along the broad road, except the traditional activities of overland tour and city sightseeing.
Nepal and Bhutan have similar sub-tropical climates, with distinct wet and dry seasons, which occur at roughly the same time. The months of April, May, June, July, August, September, October, and November have the most favorable weather. Winter is cold and snowy in mountainous regions although lower areas of the country are mild and warm to visit. Monsoon season is wet and slippery.
Therefore, the ideal season to visit the three countries is during Spring and Autumn. Even so, the trip can be arranged throughout the year depending on where and what you want to do.
The Tiger Nest - famous Buddhist monastery in Bhutan during good weather
Travel Documents for Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan
According to the regulations of Tibet, non-Chinese passport holders must get Tibet Travel Permit and China Visa with arranged tour guide and driver. Travelers can not apply for these permits on their own and only a licensed travel agency can submit the application. The exact Tibet permits you need to get are based on the destinations you will visit. For the Lhasa tour, Tibet Travel Permit is enough but if you want to travel further beyond Lhasa more Tibet permits are necessary. Tibet travel permit is provided before travel as per the itinerary and hard to extend.
In order to visit Nepal, one needs to get a Nepali visa, which can be obtained upon your arrival, there are few nationalities who do not get an arrival visa but have to obtain a visa from a Nepali consular from their own country with your passport. Bhutan, on the other hand, can be accessed with a visa pre-arranged by a licensed tour operator. You need to show your visa clearance letter at your point of entry and then get your visa stamped into your passport.
Independent travel is not permitted in Tibet and Bhutan to protect the fragile environment and respect the local traditions, so you have to use a travel agency’s service to undertake a Tibet and Bhutan Tour. There is a fixed traveling cost for foreigners fixed by the government in Bhutan, which is per night 250 USD per person. The almost similar cost comes in Tibet which is depending on your itinerary.
Transportation between Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan
It is convenient to travel between Tibet and Nepal, either by road trip or air. The flight between Lhasa and Kathmandu is available every day. The overland trip from Kathmandu to Lhasa or vice-versa is a long road widely considered a world-classic journey to experience the highlights of Tibet. Capital city Kathmandu is about 113 kilometers can reached in 6 hours.
To travel from Nepal to Bhutan, the current solution is to take a flight. There are daily flights operated between the two ancient kingdoms. There is no direct transportation between Tibet and Bhutan at present therefore tourists who want to travel from Tibet to Bhutan or the other way around, need to travel via Kathmandu, Nepal.
Nepal Tibet immigration in Rasiwagadi - Tibet side
The Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan package tour can be customized according to the visitor’s interest areas and activities they want to explore. Your trip experience will depend on the regions you visit. You will enjoy the exceptional natural beauty as well as the rare cultures of the three greatest Himalayan Kingdom’s - Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.