10 Days Nepal Bhutan Tour

Duration: 10 Days


  • Duration 10 Days
  • Difficulty Level Easy
  • Trip Start and End Kathmandu-Bhutan-Kathmandu
  • Trip Area Nepal and Bhutan
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn


  • Able to see the City of Temples, the City of Lakes, and the Country of Dragons
  • Chance to spot the exotic animals in Chitwan National Park along with Bengal Tigers and endangered birds, too
  • Chance to explore 7 different UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley
  • Visit the most visited tourist destinations i.e. Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan in Nepal
  • Take a look at 9th, 11th, 13th, 14th-century Temples and Monasteries in Bhutan
  • A short hike to Tiger's Nest in Bhutan 

The 10-day Nepal-Bhutan tour consists of two landlocked countries i.e., Nepal And Bhutan. Sharing most of the cultures like lifestyle, festivals, geography, and many more with each other makes this tour unique. Travelers can complete this tour in 10 days with unforgettable memories.

Traveling in the major cities in the Land of Thunder Dragon and the Top of the World at a reasonable price is worthy enough to make people obsess. In the Land of Dragon and the birthplace of Buddha, one can make their tour fascinating and wonderful by cooperating.

Places to see on the 10-Day Nepal-Bhutan Tour


The city of temples is famous for its rich culture, cuisine, and traditions. One can visit different religious places including Seven UNESCO World Heritage sites during the Kathmandu Day Tour. Places like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey Temple, Bouddhanath, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square can offer you a glimpse of history, tradition, and natural beauty inside the Kathmandu Valley. 

Boudhanath Kathmandu
Photo By: Nishant Rana

Everest Mountain Flight

The Everest Mountain Flight is a tour for travelers to witness the majestic Himalayas, including Everest from the plane. It usually lasts for 50 min to 1 hour. However, this is an optional choice for travelers at an extra cost.


It is located in the southwestern part of Kathmandu. This place is famous for the one-horned Rhino, elephant breeding, Bengal tiger, canoeing, bird watching, Jungle Safari, and many other activities. 

Mainly Tharu community people have been residing here for a long time. You can experience the Terai region, culture, and traditions of the locals.

Elephant at Chitwan National Park
Photo By: Kent Zhong


The city of Lake is famous for its places like Phewa Lake, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, World Peace Pagoda, Tal Barahi Temple, and Bindhyabasini Temple. Some of the major activities are trekking, paragliding, white water rafting in Kaligandaki, and the Pokhara Day Tour.


The capital city of Bhutan is nestled in a scenic valley. This city is famous for its spectacular scenery, rich culture, Buddhist sites, festivals, and many other activities. One fun fact about this city is that traffic lights are not used. Courteous police officers manage traffic.


Paro is in the western part of Bhutan nestled in the Paro Valley region. Paro Valley is a sacred place in Bhutan. Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) is one of the sacred monasteries of Paro Valley which is built at the cliff. 

Travelers can enjoy hiking to Tiger’s Nest from Paro which consists of 3-5 hours and offers spectacular views of mountains, and cultural and spiritual experiences.

Tiger's Nest
Photo By: Ming Zimik

Best season for 10-Day Nepal-Bhutan Tour

For this tour, we suggest you visit in spring (March-June) and Autumn (September-November). Throughout this season, the weather is better for travel and the sky is clear too. Travelers can enjoy to the fullest and be stunned by the beauty of the Himalayas and the landscapes of both beautiful countries. 

About the tour

The tour will offer you unforgettable memories for one's lifetime. This 10-day Nepal-Bhutan can be considered as an easy category of difficulties but the results are worth enough to touch travelers. It is suitable for all travelers.

As we all know, Bhutan is a sustainable tourism-promoting country, so the taxes are a little higher than in other countries. You will be coming to Nepal on an on-arrival visa but for Bhutan one needs to apply for a visa from Nepal. 

During the tour, travelers will be able to see one of the best mountains in Nepal including Mt. Everest and 8 other 8,000ers. While in Bhutan, one will be traveling through the monasteries and hiking to one of the best destinations; the Tiger’s Nest. 

Not just the mountains and hills, one can be able to see the flat lands of Nepal, too while in Chitwan. Along with that the sightseeing of more than 100 bird species and 600 butterfly species the Bengal Tigers, Gharials, Sloth Bears, and more.

Nepal Bhutan Tour

Cost Breakdown of 10 Days Nepal Bhutan Tour

The total cost of the 10-day Nepal-Bhutan tour is $2000 to $2400 per person, which is worth all that excitement, joy, and other emotions.

This price covers your hotel, transportation, and guides while in Nepal. Regarding the food, you will get the hotel with breakfast while in Chitwan you will get the full board meals. However, in the case of Nepal, the amount does not cover any of the monument entrance fees.

Regarding Bhutan, the price covers your flight cost, hotel, guide, transportation, entry fees, and full board meals while you are there. Along with that the cost also includes Bhutan’s Government Tax for each day's stay.

Book the Nepal Bhutan Tour 10 Days

If you want to book the tour package, you can simply click here. If you want more information about the 10-day Nepal-Bhutan tour, you can call experts: Ramkrishna (+977-9851083619 | Call or WhatsApp) or Naresh (+977-9869489596 | Call or WhatsApp). 

We guarantee that your travel to Nepal and Bhutan will be worth the value in these 10 days.


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On the first day, you will arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport. From here, our representative will pick you up from the airport to your hotel, where you can take a rest for the day and prepare for the trip.

On the next day, the tour usually is done after your breakfast at the hotel. Throughout the day you will visit 4 world heritage sites: Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Monkey Temple, and Boudhanath. Before the heritage tour starts you can also opt for an Everest Mountain Flight. During the flight, you can see the majestic Himalayas by flying for 50 minutes. This is an optional tour which will add an extra cost to your trip.

On day 3, you will fly to Pokhara from Kathmandu and do a short tour of Pokhara city and lakeside. You can see major places of Pokhara like Mahendra cave, Tal Barahi temple, Bhadrakali temple, David’s fall, and many others. Also, you can do major activities like bungee jumping, kayaking, boating, paragliding, and many more. After the tour, you will ascend to Sarangkot by Cable car for sightseeing of sunset in the Annapurna Mountains and drive back to the hotel from Sarangkot at night.

Again on day 4, you will travel from Pokhara to Chitwan. The drive from Pokhara usually takes around 4-5 hours. Once you reach Chitwan; you will transferred to a luxury resort. You can rest for some time around and in the evening one can do a short village tour. In this village tour, one will be able to see the Local Tharu houses and the lifestyle over there.

On the 5th day, activities like Chitwan Jungle Safari and Bird Watching will be included while visiting the Chitwan National Park. After bird watching, Elephant Safari, Jeep Safari,  Canoeing, and many other activities are also included. One gets the chance to observe and learn about endangered and exotic animals like the One-horned rhinoceros, Gaur, Royal Bengal tiger, Wild elephant, Four-horned antelope, Pangolin, Golden monitor lizard, Python, etc. Bengal florican. Lesser florican, Giant hornbill, Black stork, While stork, etc.

You will fly back to Kathmandu in the morning from Chitwan. Once you reach Kathmandu, you will get a visa for Bhutan from our representative. In the meantime, you can prepare for the Bhutan tour and rest for the day.

On day 7, travelers will be flying to Bhutan in the morning. The duration of the flight from Kathmandu to Paro is usually 1 hour, but might take it longer due to certain circumstances. Once you reach Bhutan you will transferred to the capital Thimpu where you will rest here for the day.

On day 8, After having breakfast, Travelers will drive in a private vehicle to Taktsang of Paro Valley. Once you reach there, you will be hiking to Tiger’s Nest in the noon. The hiking usually takes 3-5 hours depending upon your fitness. After reaching the Tiger’s Nest, you will learn about the origin of monasteries, and daily activities inside the Nest. In the evening, you will be hiking again to Paro and staying here for the night in the hotel.

For day 9, you fly back to Kathmandu in the morning only and rest in the afternoon after a long trip to Bhutan. For the night, one will have a farewell dinner in a traditional hotel. Here in the hotel, explorers can observe cultural dance and have major cultural food.

On day 10, you will depart from Kathmandu to your place in the morning. Although it is a sad farewell, you are always welcome here in Nepal so, we Himalayan Scenery Treks and Expedition do as well.

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Cost Details


  • Drive to pick up and drop at the airport
  • Accommodation in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara with breakfast
  • Full board Meals while in Chitwan
  • Accommodation in a 3-star hotel in Bhutan with full board meals
  • Internal flights in Nepal i.e., Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan
  • Luxury Vehicles in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan while sightseeing
  • Tour guide in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan
  • International flight (Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu)
  • Bhutan Visa fee and all required permits for Bhutan
  • Tour guide and Private vehicle in Bhutan
  • Farewell dinner
  • Entrance fee as per Itinerary in Bhutan
  • GST and office charge


  • Personal expenses
  • Nepal visa fee
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Entrance fees at Heritage in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Tips and Gratitude for team members

Useful Info

Food and Accommodation

Before going on this type of tour, we need to be mentally and physically prepared. For travelers, we will accommodate you in good quality properties that are centrally located, atmospheric, and reliable. 

In Nepal Bhutan's 10-day tour, you will reside in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu as well as Bhutan which is fair enough for both of the parties.

Also, if you intend to change your standard tour to a luxury tour, please let us know so we can customize it. 

Currency and Language

According to currency rates, many travelers travel by exchanging currency for their respective countries. However, places far from the tourist destination will not provide you with the same facility hence, you can claim some specific amount to avoid any further trouble. 

There are 125 ethnic groups and 123 languages that are spoken, however, Nepali is the most preferred language in Nepal. Most people are comfortable with the English language, so travelers do not have to worry about the language in Nepal. In Bhutan Dzongkha is the official language, with English widely spoken in tourist areas, making communication relatively easy for tourists.

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