Escape Nepal offers a combined tour of Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. If you are planning to visit all these Asian countries in your single holidays, then our multi countries Tour in all three countries is the best option for you. You do not have to deal with many companies in different countries. Escape Nepal has a 19day itinerary to travel to Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.
The 19-day tour of Nepal, Tibet & Bhutan covers the land of Mt. Everest, the birthplace of Buddha - Nepal; the roof of the world -Tibet and the last Shangri - La - Bhutan. This 19 -day multi-country tour starts and ends in Kathmandu (Nepal).
The tour includes a visit to Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan, and all these places are the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal. Kathmandu has many cultural heritages and monuments, the tour of Swoyambhunath stupa, Patan durbar sunrise, and Bhaktapur durbar squire in Kathmandu. You then travel to Pohara, and the Pokhara is a magical land as it offers some of the decorative historical landmarks that the world has ever seen. The soothing waters of Fewa Lake and the sky-piercing peaks of Annapurna are to die for, but shrouded in mystery is the religious temple called the Bindhyabasini temple.
After visiting Pokhara, you travel to Chitwan for the Chitwan Jungle safari, and you have a great jungle tour and activities in Chitwan national park. After the wildlife tour in Chitwan, you return to Kathmandu and fly to Lhasa to visit Lhasa. The city of Lhasa is located between 29o 36'N and 19o 06' E at and at the altitude of 3650 meters above sea level. Tibet is the hub of politics, economy, culture, and religion Tibet. You visit all the main monuments in Lhasa and return to Kathmandu by taking a flight from Lhasa to Kathmandu.
You then travel to Bhutan. You visit mainly 3 popular destinations in Bhutan that are Paro, Thimpu, and Punakha. On your landing at Bhutan airport, you drive to Thimpu, and you have a tour of great monuments in Thimpu. You then travel to Punakha and visit Punakha Dzong and Chhimi Lakhang. You then return to Paro to visit Paro, including Tiger’s Nest Monastery.
You then take a return flight to Kathmandu from Bhutan to take an international flight back home.