Embark on an unforgettable guided tour of Nepal and Bhutan with our Nepal Bhutan tour package for 8 days. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of these enchanting destinations as you explore their iconic landmarks and breathtaking landscapes.
Begin your journey in Nepal, where you'll be captivated by the vibrant cultural sites. Visit the renowned Durbar Square of Patan and Bhaktapur, where ancient palaces and temples showcase the architectural brilliance of the region. Don't miss the chance to witness the sacred Hindu temple, "Pashupatinath," and be immersed in its spiritual ambiance. Discover the awe-inspiring Boudhanath and Swayambhunath stupas, where the melodic chants of Buddhist Monks and the tranquil gaze of Lord Buddha bring inner peace and prosperity. This harmonious blend of Hinduism and Buddhism provides a profound understanding of Nepal's diverse culture.
After an enriching exploration of Kathmandu, board a flight to Bhutan for an immersive cultural experience. Nestled in the Himalayas, this land-locked Kingdom is a treasure trove of Buddhist traditions and natural beauty. Discover ancient Buddhist monasteries that emanate a serene aura, as you soak in the tranquility of the surroundings. Marvel at the picturesque rivers and be mesmerized by the stunning Himalayan vistas. Explore the must-visit destinations of Paro, Punakha, and Thimphu, each offering unique cultural insights and awe-inspiring landscapes.
Our Nepal Bhutan tour is the perfect choice for those seeking a week-long escape amidst the wonders of the Himalayas. Immerse yourself in the historical and cultural riches of these mystical lands, while basking in the refreshing embrace of nature's splendor.
Embark on this incredible journey today and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Note: If this 8-day Nepal Bhutan guided tour doesn't suit your requirements, we are flexible and can customize it to meet your specific needs. Please click here for send us your requirements. If you're looking to extend your stay and explore Nepal and Bhutan further, we also offer a 2 week Nepal and Bhutan tour.
Nepal Bhutan tour highlights
- Great opportunity to visit Nepal & Bhutan as a single trip
- Enjoy Kathmandu city tour by visiting heritage sites
- Learn Nepali culture and taste local food
- Explore Bhutanese mountain and scenic nature
- Visit various monasteries of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro
- Learn archery game in Paro
- Enjoy Bhutanese food and local beer in Paro
- Visit most popular Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro
If you think only 8 days is too short for your Nepal Bhutan holidays, we have 14 days Nepal Bhutan tour as well. Or we are happy to make a tailor made Nepal Bhutan tour as per your requirements.
Here are few frequently asked questions for Nepal and Bhutan tour;
When is the best time to visit Nepal and Bhutan?
Both countries share similar climates, characterized by distinct wet and dry seasons. The ideal periods to explore these Himalayan kingdoms are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). However, you can visit throughout the year, depending on your preferences and desired activities. If you are interested in undertaking the tour offered by Himalayan Mentor, you can visit Nepal and Bhutan throughout the year.
Can I travel independently in Bhutan and Nepal?
In Nepal, independent travel is permitted, allowing you the freedom to explore the country without significant restrictions. The only exception is trekking trails, which require permits but not necessarily the presence of a guide. Traveling within Nepal is hassle-free, granting you the liberty to venture anywhere in the country.
However, Bhutan has stricter regulations in place due to its emphasis on environmental tourism. All tourists visiting Bhutan must be part of a pre-booked tour that includes a private vehicle, driver, and guide. Even during treks, a guide and support team will accompany you at all times. These measures are implemented to safeguard the kingdom's environment from potential harm caused by tourism and to preserve its unique experience for future visitors.
How can I travel between Bhutan and Nepal?
Conveniently located in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport offers easy access to Bhutan, with regular flights connecting the two countries. Among the nine airports in five countries with direct flights to Bhutan, this route ensures seamless travel. During the peak season, daily flights are available from Nepal, and additional flights are often arranged to accommodate high demand. With a reasonable cost of approximately US$ 240 per person (one way, depends on availability), the flight is an affordable option. The duration of the flight is around 1 hour and 15 minutes, arriving in Paro during the late morning.
How to get Nepal and Bhutan visa?
Upon arrival at Kathmandu airport, you can easily obtain a Nepal visa. The cost for a 15-day multiple entry tourist visa is US$30, while a 30-day visa is priced at US$50.
Obtaining a Bhutan visa is a straightforward process. You have two options: you can either apply online or seek assistance from the tour company with which you have booked your tour. The visa application typically takes around 5 working days to process, and the fee is US$50 per person. It's important to note that travelers must obtain the visa prior to their arrival in Bhutan, whether by flight or land travel.