Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour
To explore distinct Buddhist culture, the best choice is to make a tour in three Himalayan kingdoms, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour offers travelers a panorama of these fabulous destinations without worrying about tickets, routes, visas, and hotels.
In Tibet, you can pay a visit to sacred monasteries, tranquil pastures, snow-capped mountains, and turquoise lakes. Feast your eyes on this mysterious land to your heart’s content. In Nepal, you will be impressed by ancient temples, elegant pagodas, exquisite stone carving, and exotic costumes in Kathmandu Valley. Known as “the last Shangri La in South Asia”, Bhutan is blessed with captivating landscapes and tranquil lifestyles. Dotted with countless monasteries, possesses a unique civilization, traveling on this land will change your spirit.
Your journey will start with a flight to Lhasa, Tibet, the most remote and mysterious land in the world. In Tibet, you can explore Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse and other areas that you’re interested in. Pay a visit to the Potala Palace, Drepung Temple, Barkhor Street, join the pilgrims at the kora around Mount Kailash and get to the EBC to have a view of the highest mountain in the world. You will also see nomads grazing their yaks on pastures, pilgrims worshiping idols in temples, and monks debating Buddhism doctrine. Devoted Tibetan are connected with their common beliefs on this vast land, you will be moved by their pure spirits.
Flying across the massive Tibetan Plateau, you’ll land in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Delve into the Kathmandu Valley, the Nepali culture will spread in front of you. Filled with spiritual masters and ascetics, Kathmandu is an indubitable Buddhist city in every respect. You can admire Pashupatinath Temple and Durbar Square, which are listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with the sunset and sunrise of the Himalayas.
Then you’ll fly to Paro, Bhutan, which is famous as “the happiest country in the world”. Bhutan keeps an original form of Tibetan Buddhism so that it has a similar culture and religion. By hiking in Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, and Phobjikha, you will meet diverse plants and animals. You can pay a visit to the National Library, Heritage Museum, the 3rd King’s memorial stupa and the largest statue of Buddha. You won’t miss the splendid Punakha Zong and the famous Taktsang Monastery.