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Trek Duration: Tibet Tour
Best Season: All Months
Accomodation: Hotel & lodge
Group Size: 2+
Transportation: Drive/Flight

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  • placeDay 01 : Arrival at Kathmandu

    Arrival at Kathmandu International airport, reception and transfer to hotel. Meeting with the group leader for orientation about the country’s customs, program review, schedules and documentation collection for Bhutan permits. Welcome dinner with regional dances.
    Overnight at hotel.
    (Bhutan Duration: 6 days / 5 nights)

  • placeDay 02 : Arrival at Paro Airport and then drive to the capital city Thimphu. Altitude: 2320m/ 7656ft above sea level.(1 hour 30 minutes drive)

    The flight into the Himalayas reveals scenic and breathtaking views of Himalayan Mountains of the world. If weather permits you will be able to see Mt Everest (8848m, 29,198ft) and other Himalayan mountain ranges. Meet with the guide in paro airport, greet you on arrival and drive you to the capital city, Thimphu.
    On the way visit, Tamchhog Lhakhang which is located on the opposite side of the river. This is a temple built by Thang Thong Gyalpo of Tibet, who was responsible for building numerous iron bridges throughout Bhutan.

    Zorig Chusum Institute (Thirteen Crafts): It was established in 1971 by the Royal Government in order to preserve the invaluable heritage and promote the arts of Bhutan. The two main objectives of the institute are a) to preserve and promote the traditional arts and crafts and b) to create job opportunities for the underprivileged group of the society, school dropouts and unemployed youths.

    Paper factory: The handmade paper making in Bhutan stemmed from the age old tradition originated in 8th century of Bhutanese history. The handmade paper constitutes as valuable National heritage of Bhutanese cultural identity and is preserved through all the ages. The Traditional paper is recognized and held high esteem both in home and outside world.

    Mini zoo: Here you can see just one animal - Bhutan’s national animal- the Takin. This is an extremely rare member of the goat family. Found in herds in the very high altitudes (13,125ft and over). They live on a diet of grass and bamboo.

    Sangaygang View Point: The view point is also the perfect place to take in some truly breathtaking views of the entire city of Thimpu and also later visit Kuenselcholing hilltop where the largest Buddha in the world is being built.

    Tashichho Dzong: The names means - Means Fortress of Glorious Religion. It was built in 1641 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel. It houses the secretariat building, the throne room and the office of the king, and the central monk body. Overnight in Thimphu

  • placeDay 03 : Visit at Thimphu

    Morning take a hike to Cheri Monastery(Includes Dodina and Jigme Dorji Wild life Sanctuary): Hike about 1hrs(to and fro) leds to Cheri Goemba (Cheri Dorji Dhen). Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal built this monastery in 1620 and established the first monk body here. A chance to spot birds such as Mrs Gould's Sunbird, Yellow-browed Tit, Yellow-rumped Honeyguide, Long-billed Thrush, Ultramarine Flycatcher.

    Later visit, the weekend market: Held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the people crowd the stalls every day, dressed in full colour and gathered to meet and to barter, much like the street markets in London!
    Memorial Chorten: This particular chorten was constructed in 1974 as a memorial for the third King of the country, King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, who is widely regarded as the father of modern Bhutan.

    Thangtong Dewachen(Nunnery): It was founded in 1976 by Rikey Jadrel, who is considered as emanation of Thangthong Gyalpo(1363 – 1485), the builder of numerous iron chain bridges across the Himalayas.
    In the evening there will be a dinner with cultural show of Bhutan showing traditional and modern dance of Bhutan.
    Overnight in Thimphu.

  • placeDay 04 : Punakha a Paro. Altitude: 2280m /7524ft.

    Morning hike to, Kham Sum Yule Lhakhang (Monastey): It was built by HRH Azhi (Queen) Tshering Pem Wangchuck for a successful rule during the reign of the present King, His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck. It took 8 years to build and was consecrated in December 1999. It’s around 45 minutes hike from the road point.

    Punakha Dzong (fortress): Built in 1637 by Zhabdrung which is remarkably located between the rivers of Mo (Female) Chu (river) and Pho (Male) Chu. Until the time of second king it served as a seat of the king.
    Later drive to Paro(4 hours drive)

    Rimpung Dzong: Means fortress of the heap of jewels. It was built during the time of Zhabdrung (deeply revered to this day as dynamic political and spiritual leader) in 1644. It houses both administrative and monastic bodies. It is also the venue for the Paro festival (Tsechu), held once in a year during spring season (March/April). The main highlight of Paro festival is that it has the unfurling of the one of the oldest Thongdol (gigantic scroll painting) which literally means

    Kichu Lhakhang(Monastery): It is one of the two most sacred and the oldest temples in Bhutan. It was built in 7th century by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo. It is believed that he took the responsibility to built 108 temples in the different regions of Tibet, Bhutan and in other Himalayan regions to control evil spirits, disease and droughts out of which two of them are in Bhutan.(Kichu Lhakhang in Paro and Jambay Lhakhang in Bumthang).
    Overnight in Paro.

  • placeDay 05 : Visit at Paro

    Morning hike to Taktshang Monastery (Tiger’s nest): This is Bhutan’s most recognizable cultural icon perched 800m/2640ft up a seemingly sheer cliff. Although it was tragically and mysteriously consumed by fire in April 1998 it has now been restored to its former glory. It is believed that in the 8th century, the great tantric master Guru Rimopche/ Padmasambhava (2ndBuddha) flew on the back of a tigress to the site where the monastery now stands. Three hours hike(to and fro) (A complimentary horse ride will be provided to you)
    Later visit, Ta Dzong(Nationam Museum): This means - watch tower, which it served as during the 17th century to guard the region from the Tibetan invasion. It was converted to the National Museum in 1968.
    Visit Farmhouse: You have an experience of eating, taking hot stone bath and at a local farmhouse which gives a different variation, and a chance to see the inside of such a home, rather than just the brightly decorated exteriors.(A complimentary visit with hot stone bath will be provided)
    Later stroll around the town and see how locals live.
    Overnight in Paro

  • placeDay 06 : Depart from Paro, return to Kathmandu

    Early breakfast at the hotel and then drive to the airport. Your escort will assist you with exit formalities and bid you farewell. Upon arrival at Kathmandu, reception and transfer to hotel. In the afternoon, tour around the city of Kathmandu visiting:

    Swyambhunath:
    A 2000 years old Buddhist monument looking out into the four cardinal directions, is situated on a hilltop overlooking the Kathmandu city. It is one of the world's most glorious Chaityas about 3 km from the city center. Surrounding the hemispherical Stupa are many temples and pagodas and large band of red-faced monkeys, believed to be the descendants of 'Hanuman', the Monkey God.

    Boudhanath:
    It is the world's biggest Buddhist shrine located about 2 km to the north of Pashupatinath temple. It is a dome-shaped eight-angled structure with the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha looking out into the four cardinal directions. It was built by the Lichhavi King Man Dev in the 5th century. Pilgrims and devotes walk clockwise turning prayer wheels around the base of the shrine.

  • placeDay 07 : Kathmandu - Nagarkot (2.130 m)

    After breakfast at the Hotel, visit to:
    Pashupatinath temple, One of the holiest Hindu shrines in the world, Pashupatinath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Chronicles indicate the temple's existence prior to 400 AD. It lies 5 km east of the city center. This holy place is a picturesque collection of temples, shrines, hermitages, images & inscriptions. The dead people get brought to Pashupatinath for cremation, a ceremony which manly the male members of the family attended. Only Hindus are allowed to enter the main temple.

    Patán: The ancient city of Patan, located on the south bank of the Bagmati River, is about 5 km southeast of Kathmandu. The city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments with bronze gateways, guardian deities sculptures. Noted for its craftsmen and metal workers, it is known as the city of artists. The major tourist attractions in Patan includes: Patan Durbar Square, Krishna Mandir, Kumbheshwor and the Golden Temple, among others.

    After 35min drive, arrival at Nagarkot. One of the most popular mountain village resorts in Nepal, lying on the edge of the Kathmandu Valley rim. Located 30 km east of Kathmandu, Nagarkot is a magnificent place to spend the night and be awaken to view the sun rising across the wide Himalayan range. Looking north, we see the Himalayan peaks of Dorje Lakpa and Phubi Chyachu and further east is the range of Chobha Bamare, the twin-peaked summits of Gaurishankar and Numbur. It is also the starting point of the Kathmandu valley rim trek for those who are in Nepal for a short stay.

  • placeDay 08 : Valley of Kathmandu

    05:30 horas: Wake up call to watch the sunrise views from the room.
    After breakfast, walk arround the village and surrounding meadows. Once we enjoyed Nagarkot, we'll take the car towards the ancient city of Bhaktapur, visit:
    Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the square is one of the most charming architectural showpieces of the valley as it highlights some of the finest medieval arts of Nepal. The main square of the city contains innumerable temples and other marvelous architectural showpieces: Lion Gate, the statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Bhairavnath Temple, Dattatreya Square Picture Gallery, the Golden Gate, the Batsala Temple, Nyatapola Temple, Potter's Square and the Bell of Barking Dogs. The centerpiece is the 55 Window Palace built by King Yakshya Malla in the 17th century.

  • placeDay 09 : Katmandu-Chitwan

    Departure from Kathmandu to Chitwan. Upon arrival, transfer to Resort where you will be offered refreshment & be given a briefing on our resort & its facilities. After being briefed about your programme for the day.
    07.00 am: Departure from Kathmandu it takes 5 hours drive.
    13.00 hrs. Lunch
    15.00 hrs. Briefing on elephant safari & bathing.
    16.00 hrs. Elephant safari (Approx. 2 hours)
    19.00 hrs. Tharu dance or culture show program
    20.00 hrs. Dinner

  • placeDay 10 : Full Day Chitwan Tour Excursion

    05.30 hrs: Wake up call
    06.00 hrs: Tea / Coffee followed by Nature walk for Birdwatching
    07.30 hrs: Breakfast
    08.30 hrs: Canoe ride along with Elephant breeding center
    13.00 hrs: Lunch
    15.00 hrs: Visit to National Park visitor center (Information about the Park)
    16.00 hrs: Village tour to a near by ethnic Tharu village by ox cart.
    19.00 hrs: Slides presentation about the flora & fauna of the National Park
    20.00 hrs: Dinner

  • placeDay 11 : Chitwan - Pokhara (4h drive)

    07.00 hrs: Wake up call
    07.30 hrs: Breakfast
    09.30 hrs: Doing a Jeep safari tour around three hour and after breakfast drive to Pokhara. In this trip of approximately 4-5h, ww’ll have the opportunity to observe the change of vegetation while we leave the flat area of Chitwan and stepping though the mountains to Pokhara. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel.
    After the check in, visit to:

    Fewa Tal, Tal means lake in Nepali. Fewa Tal is the largest lake in the valley, which measures 1.5 by 4 km. The lake is Lake Pokhara Valley.The is best placed to boating and bird watching and especially photographing the picturesque mountains. Excellent settings refractions lake and Annapurna mountains is something, no visitor would like to be lost during a boating trip. Annapurna rises directly from the valley and it seems close enough to touch.

    Templo Bahari, Built in the middle of Lake Fewa is dedicated to the goddess Ajima - grandmother. Its protective manifestation of Goddess Shakti Universal boar, often worshiped with animal sacrifice.
    Accommodation: Hotel LakeStar

  • placeDay 12 : Visit Pokhara and departure to Kathmandu

    After breakfast, visit:
    Davi’s Fall, Locally known as Patale Chhahgo is an impressive waterfall. Legend has it that in the month of July 1961, a Swiss couple were bathing in the river Pardi Khola, just above the fall. A flash flood swept Fewa dam Ms. Davi and disappeared mysteriously in a tunnel under the waterfall. Since the fall has been called the Davi’s fall.

    The old bazaar and Bindyabasini Temple, Pokhara's traditional bazaar is colorful and so are its ethnically diverse people. The rich architecture, craft and art of the past Newar expressed in the temple. Bindyabasani The temple is the center of religious activity in the old bazaar. It is dedicated to Goddess Bhagawati, yet another manifestation of Shati. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, people go to the temple to sacrifice animals as an offering to the goddess to help them fulfill their desires. Legend has it that the stone image of the goddess was brought from Binda, North India to the Kingdom of Annapurna. The bearers rested in Pokhara and when they wanted to continue the journey, the image could not be lifted from the earth.

    Gupteswor Guffa, holy cave. The entrance is across Davi Fall and is almost 3 km long. Dimension is large but has some passages where you have to crawl on all fours. This cave has a special value for Hindus by the discovery of a phallic symbol of Lord Shiva here.
    In the afternoon, after lunch, return to Kathmandu (6 hours by road / plane 35min)
    (Lhasa Duration: 4 days / 3 nights)

  • placeDay 13 : Kathmandu - Lhasa 3.658 m (aclimattation day)

    You will be greeted by your Tibetan guide once you arrive in Lhasa Gonggar airport or train station, from airport to Lhasa city is 68km, around an hour drive will take you to the holy city. Driving along the Brahmaputra river and Lhasa river, you will not only amazed by the spectacular plateau scenery but also have a chance to see flocks of black-necked crane, wild duck and many other kind of wild birds, if you are not tired, stop at Nethang Giant Buhhda caving on the way, then check into hotel, have a good rest to acclimatize the high altitude. Overnight at Lhasa.

  • placeDay 14 : Lhasa City sightseeing, visit Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple

    Today is the first day of sightseeing on the high plateau, so we have purposely arranged only Jokhang temple and Potala Palace. Jokhang temple is Tibet's most scared shrine built in 7th century, Located at the heart of old town of Lhasa and the circuit around it called Barkhor street. Potala Palace is the worldwide known cardinal landmark of Tibet. The massive structure itself contains a small world within it. Mostly it is renowned as residence of the Dalai Lama lineages (Avalokiteshvara). Both of them are the focal points of pilgrims from entire Tibetan world, multitudinous pilgrims are circumambulating and prostrating in their strong faith. After the sightseeing continues acclimatize for rest of the day or your can walk around the Barkhor street. Overnight at Lhasa.

  • placeDay 15 : Lhasa City sightseeing, visit Drepung monastery and Sera monastery

    Today we will visit Drepung monastery in the morning and Sera monastery in the afternoon. Both Drepung and Sera monasteries are Gelugpa (yellow hat) sect monastic colleges. Drepung monastery was the seat of the Government prior to Potala, it was once the world largest monastery in the history with 10,000 monks hailed from different monasteries all over Tibet. Sera monastery is famous for its Buddhism philosophical debate practice, the clapping sound and aggressive expression of the monks are well worth to see. Overnight at Lhasa.

  • placeDay 16 : Lhasa airport -Kathmandu

    Our guide and driver will drop you off at the airport.

  • placeDay 17 : Katmandu / End tour

    Free day so you can pack the bags, rest, do last-minute shopping, going to the spa, preparation for departure nd check out the hotel before transfer to the airport.


Cities tours:
  • Transfer to / from airport to hotel, both domestic and international flights.
  • Kathmandu Hotel accommodation in a double room with breakfast.
  • Guided tour of the city with all entry and guided tours to the cultural, historical and heritage sites.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • All round trip flights specified: Nepal - Bhutan / Nepal - Tibet
  • Procedures, permits and visas for Bhutan and Tibet.
Chitwan National Park:
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the stay in the national park resort.
  • All activities described below: Safari through the jungle on an elephant, jungle walk, canoe ride on the Rapti river, elephant information program, Tharu traditional dance show.
  • Meals as per mentioned on itinerary,
  • Travel insurance, while on trekking,travel insurance should be valid,
  • Nepal MULTIPLE ENTRY VISA fee US$45. Available at Kathmandu airport upon arrival,
  • Items of a personal nature expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry, mineral water,
  • Tips for trekking guide & porters which is expected,
  • International airfare and airport taxes, excess baggage charges.
  • Articles written by staff costs, as hot shower, battery charge, Telephone, etc..
  • Medical evacuation in case of emergency
  • Expenses incurred due to accidents, landslide, strikes, political unrest, etc.
  • Travel insurance: make sure to have both medical and evacuation insurance before coming to Nepal for any adventure.

The itinerary listed is a guideline and standard pattern which we provide you. This trekking can be modified according to your time and requirements. We will be pleased if you provide every minor details about your trip.

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