Nepal Bhutan Popular Tour 2024/2025

11 Days Exclusive & Personalized Journey

5 - Excellent

Nepal Bhutan Popular Tour 2024/2025 - 11 Days

Bhutan Nepal tour with world heritage sites, natural scenery, amazing views of mountain, excellent monasteries and jungle safari

  • View of Himalayan range from the aircraft between Nepal & Bhutan and from Pokhara valley.
  • Experience of Buddhist culture and peaceful village in Bhutan.
  • Amazing Monasteries & dzong worth to view.
  • Walk at steep valleys and a short hike to Taktsang Monastery.
  • Local & traditional market with unique items.
  • View of ancient art, history and culture in Kathmandu.
  • Elephant Safari at the dense forest in Chitwan.
  • Scenic drive and amazing hill view from Kathmandu to Chitwan to Pokhara.
  • Bhutan: 4 Nights in Bhutan with Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest), Capital City Thimphu, Punakha with Chimi Lhakhang Hike, Bhutanese lifestyle.
  • Nepal: 6 Nights in Nepal with Boudha Stupa, Pashupatinath, Monkey Temple, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Chitwan national park with jungle safari and lake city Pokhara.

Witness an epic adventure as this journey of a lifetime takes you along with the burst of cultural aroma and scenic charm by your side throughout the quest of Bhutan and Nepal. A weave of culture, history as well and nature are among a few factors that make these destinations worth your time.

Far from the Western culture lies the country where the richness of smiles is equally important as this nation's substantial culture. Brimming with their way of living and wholehearted Buddhist religion Bhutan is overwhelmed with hospitality. A province with numerous beautiful monasteries highlights Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) to us. Furthermore, there are high passes with astonishing trails to achieve those statures. Buckle up for a pleasant village walk providing you an instant connection to the civilization. Muster the memories in the beautiful valley of Paro in the light of graceful Punakha Dzong.

Encounter the place dignitary to be on a traveler’s bucket list as you explore the pearl of Southern Asia, Nepal. Lying in the foundations of Mt. Everest is a country with immense cultural and geographical diversity. All in all, it’s a nation with almost mythical quality with beautiful stupas studying its lively streets. Introduce yourself to the world heritage sites and religious monuments all over the nation. Escape from the busy cities to the wildlife and immense safari to experience the rare one-horned rhino in Chitwan. Get yourself up and moving for the marvelous sunrise from the hills of Pokhara. On the whole, Live your life as a new adventure in this nation of felicity.

Tips for the Bhutan Nepal Tour

  • You will have experienced travel guides for this trip. Follow their lead and never miss any action.
  • Follow the norms of the destinations you visit.
  • Plan some months before the visit for a full experience without regrets.
  • Try blending with the people and culture here.


Cost & Inclusion

At Asia Experiences, we pride ourselves on providing unrivaled local expertise and excellent service that delivers the best value for your money. With over a decade of experience in offering exquisite services, we always prioritize quality above all else.

Our packages are priced based on several factors, such as the category of the hotel, tour duration, travel season, routes, and activities. You can tailor these factors to create a personalized package that caters to your specific needs, which may not be available with cheaper deals from other providers.

We assure you of a memorable experience. Our team is always available to assist you in planning your tour. Please use the 'Ask Expert' or 'Customize Trip' buttons to inquire about tour plans for your preferred countries.
  • US$ 40/Person visa fees and visa arrangement
  • Sustainable Development Fees (SDF)
  • Accommodations as per your choice
  • Breakfast and Dinner in the hotels
  • Lunch in tourist-standard restaurants outside the hotels
  • English-speaking licensed guide
  • Comfortable luxury transportation and sightseeing as per the itinerary based on group size
  • Museums and parks fees indicated in the itinerary
  • Complimentary bottled drinking water on a daily basis
  • Airport pickups and drops service.
  • Private ground transportation with A/C.
  • Twin-sharing hotel accommodation.
  • Local cultural tour guide with English speaking.
  • Sightseeing entrance fees for museums and monuments.
  • Breakfast in Nepal.
  • Full meals in Chitwan

Essential Information

Required documents for Nepal and Bhutan tour

The required travel documentation for Nepal is straightforward. Unlike Bhutan, Nepal has no tourist regulations, therefore all visitors would need is a legal passport and a visa. You can apply for a visa ahead or wait until you arrive at the airport to apply for a Visa on Arrival, which is accessible to residents of most countries. The visa application can be completed online or at an airport terminal, and once the price has been paid, your visa will be issued within an hour of delivering your documents to the customs desk.

While it is necessary to have a pre-booked tour in Bhutan, the process is fairly simple. After you've purchased the vacation and decided where you want to go in Bhutan, the tour operator takes care of practically everything else, including visa applications. We will submit the paperwork on your behalf and obtain all of the permissions you will need for your trip after receiving a scan of your passport. You will receive a visa acceptance letter so that you can book your travel to Bhutan, and your visa and permits will be given once you reach Paro International Airport. Your travel guide and driver, who are required, will greet you at the airport and transport you in a private vehicle to the locations listed on your itinerary.

Independent traveling in Nepal and Bhutan

With the exception of trekking paths, which require permits but not a guide if you wouldn't want one, independent travel is permitted in Nepal, and there are no limits on where you can go in the country. Traveling in Nepal is simple, so you are free to go wherever you want.

Bhutan, on the other hand, has more stringent regulations as a result of the country's environmental tourism policy. All visitors to Bhutan must be on a pre-arranged trip with motor transportation, driver, and ranger, and even when trekking, you will always be accompanied by a guide and supporting crew. This is done to safeguard the kingdom's ecosystem from the devastation that tourism typically causes, as well as to preserve the kingdom's unique experience for others.

Traveling between Nepal and Bhutan

The Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal's capital, is one of nine airports in five nations that fly to Bhutan on a regular basis. This makes it quite simple to travel to Bhutan from Nepal. In the peak season, flights leave Nepal every day, with extra flights added when demand is high, and the flight might not be that expensive at USD 230 per person. The flight takes approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and arrives in Paro early in the mornings.

Major site-seeing areas in Nepal and Bhutan

There are plenty of things to see and do in Nepal, but the Kathmandu Valley has to be at the top of the list. The largest stupa in Nepal, Boudhanath Stupa, is located in the Kathmandu Valley and was built in the 14th century near the trade route from Tibet. The Swayambhunath Temple, also known as the Monkey Temple, is one of Kathmandu's most beautiful monuments, with an enormous stupa with intriguing Buddha eyes and a golden pinnacle.

The Tiger's Nest Monastery is the best spot to visit in Bhutan, as it is the heartland of Buddhism. This magnificent Goemba, also known as the Taktsang Monastery, is located halfway up the mountain that overlooks the Paro Valley and was where Padmasambhava arrived in Bhutan on the back of a gigantic tiger. The dazzling white walls of Punakha Dzong are contrasted by the lavender Jacaranda trees that encircle the temple, making it one of Bhutan's most attractive monasteries.

Outdoor activities in Nepal and Bhutan

Both Nepal and Bhutan seem to be good for their hiking paths, and there is no better place to visit for people interested in elevated trekking. You may also explore the famed takin, the local equivalent of the moose, and the national symbol of Bhutan, which is a rare animal located only in this one country on the globe.

Nepal, on the other hand, is one of the most popular outdoor pursuits locations in the world. There is more than enough to keep even the most seasoned adventure seeker pleased for years, from white-water rafting and bungee jumping to kayaking several rivers and ice-climbing in the highlands.

Best time to visit Nepal and Bhutan

Both Nepal and Bhutan have comparable climates, with significant rainy and dry periods that coincide. The greatest times to visit these two Himalayan countries are in the spring and fall, from March to May and September to November, though you can go at any time of year based on what you're doing and where you would like to go.

In Nepal and Bhutan's Himalayan regions, winter is a season when it gets chilly and snowier. While elevated treks are frequently available at this time, there are many sites to explore and hike in the lower regions of the countries, where the wintertime is mild and the climate is still pleasant. The rainy season occurs throughout the summer months, and this is when the majority of the rain falls over the globe. However, even in the midst of the monsoon, there are locations both in Nepal and Bhutan where there is little to no rain and it is still possible to trek or explore.

Meals in Nepal and Bhutan

The cuisine of the Himalayas is quite distinct, and Nepalese cuisine, although inspired both by India and China, has a distinct native flavor. The national food is Dal-Bhat, which consists of a legume soup served with rice and a variety of side dishes like pickles, curries, meats, curd, and fish. You may also taste the famed mo: mo, which are steamed dumplings that are mainly packed with veggies but also come in meat versions.

Bhutanese cuisine is distinct, and native foods are known for being hot. Many cuisines include chilies, and cheese is another popular component. Ema Datshi is a traditional stew filled with chilies and cheese that is typically too spicy for most people. Jasha Maroo, the local version of spicy chicken, is more similar to an Indian dish, with more spice than you'd expect just by looking at it. Bhutan is also known for its red rice, which is the primary ingredient in all Bhutanese dishes.

Hotels in Nepal and Bhutan

You can stay in a variety of places in Nepal, ranging from the cheapest guest houses for as little as 2 dollars per night to four-star- star hotels for as much as 150 dollars per night. This ensures you'll always be able to find somewhere to live that fits your wallet.

Bhutan, on the other hand, is a very different story. As part of the comprehensive package, tourists must stay in hotels with a minimum rating of three stars. In Bhutan, there are also four and five-star hotels, which you can stay in for an additional fee.

Nepal Bhutan Tour cost

The cost of a combined Nepal Bhutan vacation package was determined by the number of people in the group, the kind of visa required, and the validity of flight tickets from Kathmandu to Paro and back.


The tour includes visiting UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu, exploring the cultural and historical landmarks of Bhaktapur and Patan, experiencing the natural beauty of Pokhara, and discovering the enchanting city of Paro and the iconic Tiger's Nest Monastery in Bhutan.

The package usually includes accommodation in comfortable hotels, transportation between destinations, guided tours, entrance fees to attractions, meals as specified in the itinerary, and visa assistance for Bhutan.

You can always visit both countries if you can't decide which one to visit. A combined tour of Bhutan and Nepal is one of the most thrilling journeys you can have, allowing you to see the similarities and differences between the two Himalayan kingdoms in greater depth. Many people recommend seeing Nepal first before visiting Bhutan, however it really depends on your particular preferences and where you are coming from in the world. If you are already in Asia, flying to Bhutan first may be advantageous, as flights to Bhutan are only available from five Asian countries. It may be easier to travel around Nepal first if it is easier to get to Nepal first, which is one of the five nations offering flights to Bhutan.

Yes, you will need a visa for both Nepal and Bhutan. However, the tour operator will assist you in obtaining the visa for Bhutan.

The best time to go on this tour is during the spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is generally pleasant, and the skies are clear for better mountain views.

Indeed, a private tour is available. We organize private excursions based on your preferences.

The tour aims to provide opportunities for cultural immersion and interaction with the local communities. You will have guided tours to important cultural sites, visit local markets, and experience traditional performances.

Yes, you can personalize your tour or schedule, but make sure to let your guide or travel company know ahead of time so they can take care of everything.

The duration of the tour can vary, but typically it lasts between 8 to 14 days.

We travel in a car, Jeep or Hiace that is comfortable, clean, and well-maintained. You have the option to request a car change if you are not satisfied with your current vehicle.

Even for solitary female visitors and families with children, Nepal and Bhutan are safe destinations.

The tour usually includes stays at comfortable hotels and resorts that offer clean and cozy rooms, basic amenities, and good services.

Travel insurance is usually not included in the tour package. It is recommended to purchase comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses, trip cancellation, and other unforeseen events before embarking on the tour.

Yes, it is possible to extend your stay in Nepal or Bhutan after the tour. You can discuss your plans with the tour operator, who can assist you in making the necessary arrangements.


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Thanks for your photos of the flight over Mt. Everest. I will attach one I took at sunrise and of our last day in Bhutan.
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