In South Asia, Nepal Bhutan and Tibet’s journey is the mish-mash of companionship where everything is possible to do. These high lands settled in the Himalayas are some of the most adventurous destinations in the world as Nepal is a Mix of culture and nature, Bhutan is the Last Shangri-La and Tibet is the roof of the world. This trip is not for everyone. You need to have a lot of guts to go for this trip as it has some of the best things found in and near the Himalayas that stretch from Burma to Afghanistan. The trips start with a flight to Bhutan and then it goes to Nepal and exits from Tibet. The best and must visit places in all three countries are included in the program.
Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia. It is located mainly in the Himalayas but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. The Tour in Nepal gives you insights into tourism activities where visitors can enjoy diverse cultures, religions, and people. Nepalese people welcome travelers with warm hospitality and traditions to tour in Nepal. Nepal offers primitive city areas, despite the onrush of modernism structures, still, follow traditions that date back hundreds if not a thousand years for tours.
Nepal is a beautiful and fascinating country, and this tour has been designed to give you a taste of many of the country's highlights, without featuring any strenuous trekking or white water rafting activities (these can always be added in if you wish). You'll see Hindu and Buddhist temples and stupas, explore interesting hilltop villages, see spectacular mountain views and enjoy some wildlife safaris in Chitwan National Park.
Tibet, on the lofty Tibetan Plateau on the northern side of the Himalayas, is an autonomous region of China. It's nicknamed the “Roof of the World” for its towering peaks. It shares Mt. Everest with Nepal. Its capital, Lhasa, is the site of hilltop Potala Palace, once the Dalai Lama’s winter home, and Jokhang Temple, Tibet’s spiritual heart, revered for its golden statue of the young Buddha.
Bhutan, Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is known for its monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In the High Himalayas, peaks such as 7,326m Jomolhari are popular trekking destinations. Paro Taktsang monastery (also known as Tiger’s Nest) clings to cliffs above the forested Paro Valley.
In Himalayan Scenery Treks and Expedition, your safety precedes every other thing. During the trip, the factors such as weather, natural disaster or a multitude of other factors which are beyond our control can subsequently bring the changes in the itinerary. Although all the itinerary we provide to you is guided and standard; please note that your team leader has the authority to alter or even drop the planned itinerary of any part if it is necessary due to safety concern. All the alternations or changes of the standard itinerary are made by the leader by taking into consideration the best interest of the whole group. We give our best effort to stick with the above-mentioned itinerary; however, in case of any unpredicted event which is beyond our control, you need to be flexible and take after the guideline as instructed by your leader.
Note that the company won’t be responsible for any result of alterations on itineraries or any delays due to unforeseen circumstances.
In cities and large towns, you will be accommodated in good quality properties that are centrally located, atmospheric and reliable.
We provide you with the 2 to 3-star standard hotel while you are at Kathmandu (i.e. for 2 Nights). During your Bhutan and Tibet tour, we provide you with the standard hotels (also 2 to 3-star hotels) for your accommodation.
In Tibet and Bhutan Tour beside the 2 / 3 stars hotel, some 4 / 5 - star luxury accommodation is also available. If you want to change the accommodation plan to the luxury, please do let us know so that we can arrange and book the hotel for you for your Kathmandu stay.
A variety of meals are available in most hotels that we stay for the overnight. Among the food served in the hotel, some of the most popular are Indian, Chinese, Nepalese, Bhutanese, Tibetan and the more common continental food. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are also available in every restaurant and hotel.
All the food and Beverages included on the package are provided by the company itself. We will be served all meals in Tibet. We will have breakfast and lunch at the hotel where we stay for the night. On the everyday tour, the tour leader will decide the available place and stop for the lunch.
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu after the successful trekking journey, we will provide a farewell dinner consisting of authentic Nepalese cuisines.
We at Himalayan Scenery Treks and Expedition provide all the necessary transportation facilities for your trip. We provide private vehicles for airport pick up. We also provide all private ground transportation facilities during your trip in Tibet and Bhutan.
The Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet Tour is organized for a lone traveler to the maximum of 15 people at once. In case of more number of travelers, we split the group into two as per the number of travelers. Each group is accompanied by the well experienced and professional English speaking tour guide.
For the trip outside Nepal; such as- Bhutan, Tibet, and India you will need to pay 50% of total cost as advance payment. Once you have paid the 50% of total cost along with the copy of your passport and flight details we can confirm and book your trip to Bhutan, Tibet, and India. The remaining cost can be paid after you arrive in Nepal for your trip. You will have various options to pay i.e. either you can pay by cash or you can do bank transfers and use credit cards. So, you can check on our website for bank details and if you are willing to pay by using cards you can navigate to our website or contact us for more info.
Bhutan has a fairly formal dress code for both Bhutanese and visitors. Below mentioned dress code is mandatory in order to visit fortresses, monasteries, and temple in Bhutan.
The national language of Bhutan is “Dzongkha” which means the language (Kha) spoken in Dzong. Dzongs are the fortresses established throughout Bhutan by religious leader Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in the 17th century.
Some useful Bhutanese phrases during tours:
Hello: Ku-zu-zam-po-la (meaning good health)
Welcome: Joen pa Leg So
How are you: Ga Day Bay Zhu Yoe Ga?
Good wishes: Tashidelek!
Thank You: Ka din chey la
See you: Lok jey gay
Goodbye: Lus la “or” Laso la
In Tibet, the Tibetan Language is mainly spoken. Tibetan is an official language of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. The written language is based on Classical Tibetan and is highly conservative.
Apart from the Tibetan language, English language is also used in the tourism business. Similarly, languages such as Nepali and Hindi are also spoken by the Nepalese and Indian Merchants.
Some useful Tibetan phrases during tours:
Hello: Tashi dele
How are you: Kherang kusug depo yin pey
Good day: Nyinmo delek
Thank You: thoo jaychay
See you: Lok jey gay
Goodbye( when leaving): kale shoo
Personnel Expenses largely influenced upon your habit of expenditure. We provide you with all the necessary food and accommodation facilities inside the cost of your Tibet Trek and Tour. So, you only need money to pay for your drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages) and snacks while strolling on the trail of Tibet and Bhutan. Likewise, you can also use the money to buy you souvenirs of the trip, entrance tickets, hot showers, tips and many more.
Note that, tips and gratuities are not mandatory, but it is fine if you wish to. If you feel like the service provided to you is excellent, then you can tip directly to staffs. Of course, there is no obligation to tip if you are disappointed with the service you receive. As a suggestion, we advise you to allocate an amount of 5 - 10% of the total package price for tips. The amount you give depends on your budget and appreciation of their work.
China and Tibet visa is pre-processed by our company itself. We just need to have your passport copy by scan on our e-mail. We will
send you an electronic visa on your mail. You need to print and carry the e-visa to fly to Tibet and Bhutan.
Your passport must be valid more than 6 months at the time of travel in Bhutan and Tibet.
* Notes: There are regular flights from Kathmandu Nepal, to Tibet and Bhutan. For flights and package details please contact us now*