India Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour

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  • Duration: 15 Days
  • Visited Countries: India, Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet
  • Difficulty Level : Easy
  • Arrival City : Delhi, India
  • Departure City : Lhasa, Tibet
  • Meals: 14 Breakfast, 5 Lunch , 7 Dinner
  • Accommodation: 4 Star and 3 Star Hotels

India Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour is takes you on a cultural and historical tour of 4 countries. Your tour starts from receiving you at Delhi airport, India and ends at dropping you at Lhasa airport.

Trip Highlights

  • Chitwan National Park (Nepal)
  • Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swayambhu (Nepal)
  • Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Changunarayan Temple
  • Rinpung Dzong, Drugyel Dzong, Ta-Dzong and Historical Museum in Paro (Bhutan)
  • Hike to Khamsum Yulley Chorten (Bhutan)
  • Visits to Monasteries, Painting School, museum (Bhutan)
  • Traditional paper factory in Thimpu (Bhutan)
  • Potala Palace, Norbulingka, Sera monastery, Drepung Monastery (Tibet)
  • Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street (Tibet )
  • Kumbum Stupa, Palkhor Monastery, Tashilunpo Monastery  and Free Market (Tibet)
  • Tajmahal  Jama Masjid (India)

Trip Cost Includes

    • 4 Star Hotel Accommodation in Nepal and India
    • 3 Star Hotels Accommodation in Bhutan and Tibet
    •  Meals according to itinerary
    •  Welcome and Farewell Dinner in a Traditional Nepalese Restaurant in Kathmandu
    •  An English speaking tour guides in each countries Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet and India
    •  All ground transportation/airport pick up drop will be in comfortable private vehicles
    • Monument entry fee in all countries
    • Bhutan VISA
    • Tibet Travel Permits

Trip Cost Excludes

  • Tips, drinks and Personal expenses 
  • Meals not mentioned in itinerary
  • International flights 

Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Delhi (India) and drive to Agra

On your arrival at Delhi airport, our representative will pick you up from the airport and drive to Agra, a city famous for Taj Mahal 

Overnight: 4 Star Hotel in Agra

Day 2: Agra Tour and drive back to Delhi

After breakfast in the hotel drive to different historical and cultural sights in Agra such as Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Jame Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri and Etmud Ullah. After sightseeing drive to Delhi.

Overnight:  4 Star Hotel in Delhi

Included Meals: Breakfast

Day 3: Fly to Paro and drive to Thimpu (54 kms, 1.5 hours)

On arrival at Paro airport, after visa formalities you will be received by our guide and transfer to Thimphu (54 kms, 1.5 hrs). You can fly to Paro from Kathmandu, Delhi, Kolkata, Dhaka, Bangkok, Singapore, Yangoon. In the evening you are free to relax and enjoy the surroundings of the beautiful Paro valley

Overnight: Hotel in Thimpu

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Day 4 : Thimpu Sightseeing

Today we visit National Library, the priceless collection of Buddhist manuscripts written in gold. Also visit late King’s Memorial Stupa, built for the world peace. Painting School, which preserves traditional paintings, sculpturing and wood curving. Later we visit Majestic Tashichho Dzong, which houses office for the king and the ministers and National Handicraft Emporium, the best place to look for souvenir from Bhutan. 

Overnight: Hotel in Thimpu

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Paro Sightseeing; Hike to Tigesr's Nest and visit Kyichu Lhakhang Monastery en route

Takstang monastery, also called Tiger’s Nest is one of the most venerated and famous of Bhutan’s monasteries. It is located on the face of a 900m sheer cliff. Today we drive to the trail-head and begin trek to this famous site. Your guide can arrange pony/horse for ride uphill till the Cafeteria, but one must be able to walk after that. A proper trekking boot or good walking shoes is necessary for this hike those who choose not to hike can stay back with the driver and tour around Paro. Enroute to Paro we visit Kyichu Lhakhang Monastery.

Overnight: Hotel in Paro

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Transfer to Paro Airport for flight to Kathmandu

Today you are in leisure on your own untill your flight time. You will be transferred to Paro airport at your flight time.

Overnight: 4 Star Hotel in Kathmandu

Meals: Breakfast, Welcome Dinner

Day 7: Sightseeing in Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Changunarayan Temple

Patan Durbar Square (World Heritage Site)
Like its counterpart in Kathmandu, is an enchanting combination of palace buildings, artistic courtyards and graceful pagoda temples. The former royal palace complex is the centre of Patan’s religious and social life, and houses a museum containing an array of bronze statues and religious objects. One remarkable monument here is a 17th-century temple dedicated to the Hindu god Krishna, built entirely of stone.

Changu Narayan Temple (World Heritage Site)
Situated on a ridge overlooking the Valley, about 12 km to the east of Kathmandu. It is dedicated to the Hindu god Bishnu. One of the finest and oldest specimens of pagoda architecture built in 323 AD by King Hari Dutta Varma. The temple is richly decorated with sculptures and carvings, and its position above the Kathmandu Valley affords a beautiful view of the surrounding countryside.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square (World Heritage Site)
As that of Kathmandu Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square, this is the third medieval city-states in Kathmandu Valley which is home of medieval art and architecture. Located 14 kms east of Kathmandu City, this place was founded in the 9th Century. Bhaktapur has three major squares full of towering array of temples overlooked by the Palace of 55 windows built by King Bupatindra Malla. The Nyatapola Temple, also built by King Bhupatindra Malla, is the best example of Pagoda style and stands on five terraces on each of which stands a pair of figures – two famous strong men, two elephants, two lions, two griffins and two goddesses.

Overnight: 4 Star Hotel in Kathmandu

Meals:  Breakfast

Day 8: Drive to Chitwan and do the Village Tour and Join Cultural Dance

Driving for 5 hours we reach our Lodge in Chitwan National Park where we spend two nights. We freshen up and go for village tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu village where you will learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus and also visit the National Park Visitor’s centre where you can learn more about the history of the National Park and about wildlife & Sun set view from the bank of Rapti River. In the evening we watch and join the Tharu cultural dance presentation by the local villagers in which you can participate or Slide show presentation on almost everything under the Chitwan.

Overnight: 3 Star Hotel with Swimming Pool

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Activities in Chitwan

After breakfast in the lodge we go for canoe ride along the Rapti River which is an excellent opportunity for Bird Watching and for seeing the rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish eating Gharial. + Jungle Walk + on the way back one can enjoy the elephant bathing. After lunch we go for Jeep Safari whcih is an excellent opportunity to see different kinds of animals such as deer, rhinoceros, wild bore, monkey, leopard, sloth bear and the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Overnight: 3 Star Hotel with Swimming Pool

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu

An early morning wake up call followed by breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu and drop you to your hotel.

Overnight: 4 Star Hotel in Kathmandu

Meals: Breakfast

Day 11 : Kathmandu Sightseeing day

Pashupatinath Temple: Pashupatinath, a pagoda style Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is considered to be the powerhouse of Hindu spiritual power in religious terms. Situated amidst a lush green natural setting on the bank of the sacred Bagmati River, the temple is 6 kms from Kathmandu city.Behind the temples are the cremation grounds.

Boudhnath Stupa: Listed in the UNESCO World Heritage list, this enormous stupa where thousands of pilgrims gather daily to make a ritual circumnavigation of the dome, beneath the watchful eyes of the Buddha, which gaze out from the gilded central tower. This is one of the few places in the world where Tibetan Buddhist culture is accessible and unfetered, and the lanes around the stupa are crammed with monasteries and the surrounding is a paraphernalia for Buddhist life.

Kathmandu DurbarSquare: is one of three royal palace squares in the Kathmandu Valley. This site was the royal residence until the 19th century where important ceremonies, such as the coronation of the Nepalese monarch use to take place. 

Swoyambhunath Temple: This Buddhist Stupa, said to be 2000 years old is a perfect architecture of gilded spire and white washed dome located under thousands of fluttering prayer flags. From the spire, four faces of Buddha stare out across the valley in the cardinal directions. The entire structure is symbolic. 

We spend our last evening in Kathmandu in a farewell meal together sharing photos recalling the excitements of trip and exchanging emails  in one of the traditional Nepalese restaurant.

Overnight: 4 Star Hotel in Kathmandu

Meals: Breakfast, Farewell Dinner

Day 12: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa 3,650m/11,976ft

We take an hour-long trans-Himalayan flight to Lhasa, Tibet early in the morning. The flight takes us over Everest (8,848m), Kanchenjunga (8,536m) and other Himalayan peaks and glaciers. Upon our arrival in Lhasa, a representative from Eve Holidays will receive you and drive for almost an hour to hotel in Lhasa.

Overnight: Hotel in Lhasa

Meals:  Breakfast

Day 13: Sightseeing Tour in Lhasa

Sera Monastery: 5km North of Lhasa, its setting is one of the prettiest in Lhasa, hugging the ridge that forms the Northern wall of the Kyi Chu Valley. Founded in 1419 by SakyaYeshe, a disciple of Tsongkhapa, belonging to the Gelugpa sect and is one of the three great monasteries of Tibet, the other two being Drepung & Ganden. In its heyday, Sera hosted a huge monastic population and five colleges. Like Drepung, the colleges in Sera specialized in: Sera Me in fundamental precepts of Buddhism, Sera Je in instruction of itinerant monks and Sera Ngagpa in Tantric studies.

Drepung Monastery: The Drepung Monastery is one of the 3 biggest monasteries, located on the slope of Mt. Guopei, it is 10 km to the west of Lhasa. The Monastery is so big that it resembles a town. The Monastery consists of a number of grand chambers, and the Dalai Lama’s’ palaces. The Drepung Monastery used to nourish a lot of scholars of Buddhism in Tibet.

Overnight: Hotel in Lhasa

Meals: Breakfast

Day 14: Sightseeing tour in Lhasa

Potala Palace: The Potala Palace, winter palace of the Dalai Lama since the 7th century, symbolizes Tibetan Buddhism and its central role in the traditional administration of Tibet. It is built on Red Mountain in the centre of Lhasa Valley, at an altitude of 3,700m. Potala dominates the Lhasa skyline and as the residence of Dalai Lamas.

Jokhang Temple: The oldest and the most revered religious structure in Tibet, it dates back to 639 to 647, construction initiated by king SongtsenGampo to house a Buddha image Akshobhya brought to Tibet by his Nepalese wife. But now, the main statue in this temple is of the Sakyamuni, which was a gift from his Chinese wife Won Cheng in 641 A.D to King SongtsenGampo. The statue of Akshobhya being switched to Romoche. Pilgrims from all over Tibet come to worship here and prostrate themselves in full length in front of the main doors of’ the temple. It is truly a moving and unrivalled experience to witness such a sight and more so to actually join them in their pilgrimage around the temple.

Barkhor Street: The traditional lifestyle and appearance of Lhasa’s Old City district are well preserved in Barkhore Street: The stone houses, and the man-laid stone roads, Barkhore Street is the commercial center in Tibet shops line one next to another. Here visitors can get everything Tibetan they could hope for, such as the prayer-wheels, the boots and hats, robes, and bags. Commodities made in India and Nepal can also be found here. There are many art galleries and stores for arts and crafts, which specialize in thankas. The thankas are paintings of Buddha. Brightly colored and vividly depicted. Artisans paint and sell thankas on the street.

Overnight: Hotel in Lhasa

Meals: Breakfast

Day 15: Departure flight home

Today you will be dropped to Lhasa Airport at your flight time

Meals: Breakfast

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Accommodation during India Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour

You will stay in 4 Star and 3 Star Hotels. Bhutan Hotels. Single supplement will be provided on request and will cost an additional and depend upon availability.  Hotels also can be upgraded to 5 star in an additional cost.

Food during India Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour

In Kathmandu, breakfast and welcome and farewell dinners are provided. During wildlife tour in Chitwan, Nepal all meals are provided. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinners are provided in Bhutan.  In Tibet and in India breakfast is provided.  You can easily find Indian, Chinese, Bhutanese, Tibetan, Nepalese and continental food in any restaurants around the cities.

Best Months for India Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour

The spring time from March to May and the Autumn months from September to November is considered the best months for India Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tour.

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    Solo Traveller

    Wow, this was amazing. Everyone was incredibly welcoming and helpful. I had a wonderful experience and I would highly recommend this business to others.

    April 12, 2023


    Group Traveller

    Our guide was fantastic, with a great mix of history, local knowledge and personal stories to keep our group entertained and engaged throughout. Highly recommend

    February 2, 2023
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