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Bhutan Nepal Tours

There are many similarities between Bhutan and Nepal. For example, they are both located on the south slope of the Himalayas Mountains. They are both religious countries. And tourism is one of the major industries for both Bhutan and Nepal. Their most important similarity to tourists is that the two countries are both popular trekking destinations. Most trekking routes in Bhutan are located on high mountains with high-density vegetation cover, while the snow-capped mountains in Nepal are a paradise for trekkers.

Besides the trek, the unique culture, festivals, and history is why thousands of tourists travel to Bhutan and Nepal. Please Check out the well-designed Bhutan and Nepal tour packages listed below to discover more surprising highlights in these two Himalayan Kingdoms.

Essence of Nepal and Bhutan Tour 8Days
7 Nights 8 DaysTour Code:NBT001
The classic Nepal Bhutan tour will give you a glimpse of the mysterious Himalayan countries with essential sightseeings for all kinds of travelers.
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Scenic Nepal Bhutan Tour 10Days
9 Nights 10 DaysTour Code:NBT002
This pleasure trip covering the most popular routes in Nepal and Bhutan. It will show you the best scenery of the Himalayas.
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Epic Nepal Bhutan Tour 11Days
10 Nights 11 DaysTour Code:NBT003
With this itinerary connecting the best parts of Nepal and Bhutan, you will get the best view of the two Himalayan kingdoms in just one go.
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Best of Nepal and Bhutan Tour 12Days
11 Nights 12 DaysTour Code:NBT004
To take the Nepal and Bhutan tour with 100% customized itinerary to explore the best of the Himalayas by your way.
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Cultural Trip to Nepal and Bhutan 14Days
13 Nights 14 DaysTour Code:NBT005
Specially designed for those who are keen on the culture and religion of the hidden Himalaya kingdoms. All can be customized at the best price.
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Nepal Bhutan Trip & Australian Camp Trek 16Days
15 Nights 16 DaysTour Code:NBT006
Highlighted with a short trek to Australian Camp in Annapurna, it's an in-depth tour to experience the best of the two Himalayan countries.
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Glimpse of Nepal & Bhutan with Haa 7Days
6 Nights 7 DaysTour Code:NBT007
Route: Kathmandu-Paro-Haa-Thimphu-Paro-Kathmandu. This is a classic Nepal and Western Bhutan trip with a visit to the amazing Haa valley.
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Classic Nepal & Western Bhutan Trip 9Days
8 Nights 9 DaysTour Code:NBT008
Route: Kathmandu-Paro-Thimphu-Punakha-Paro. A classic tour to Nepal with world cultural heritages and discover the best of Western Bhutan.
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Discover trip to Nepal and Bhutan 13Days
12 Nights 13 DaysTour Code:NBT009
Route: Kathmandu-Patan-Bhaktapur-Chitwan-Pokhara-Kathmandu-Paro-Thimphu-Punakha-Paro. Explore the wild side of Nepal and Wes Bhutan.
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Bhutan Nepal Tours FAQ

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  • 1. How to enter Bhutan from Nepal? faq

    It is common to enter Bhutan from Nepal by flight. But you can only book flight tickets through the two Bhutanese Airlines called Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. There are many direct flights from Kathmandu (Nepal Tribhuvan International Airport) to Paro(Bhutan Paro International Airport) every week. It is about 1.5 hours fly. Feel free to contact our travel consultant for more information about the flights between Nepal and Bhutan.

  • 2. What kind of visas do we need for a Nepal Bhutan trip? faq

    To enter Nepal, a Nepalese visa is needed(except for Indians). You can easily get your Nepal visa in advance from the embassies of Nepal in your country. Also, a visa for Nepal is easily available upon arrival at Nepal's only international airport in Kathmandu. Nepal's 'On Arrival' visa procedure(around 45mins) is very quick and simple. You can expect some queues during peak tourist season. If you wish to skip those queues, you can also consider getting a visa from Nepalese Diplomatic Missions stationed abroad before your arrival. Be noted that tourists from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, Syria, and Refugees with travel documents are not given visas on arrival( need to acquire Visa prior to their arrival). On Arrival Visa Fee at Entry Points:15 Days-30 USD; 30 Days-50 USD; 90 Days-125 USD.

    To enter Bhutan, citizens of India, Maldives, and Bangladesh don't need a visa to visit Bhutan. For other international tourists, the Bhutan visa is needed and processed online by a licensed Bhutanese tour operator before arriving in the country. Bhutan Visa can be obtained about one week prior to your journey if all papers are in order. The cost of a Bhutan tourist visa is US$ 40 per person.

  • 3. When is the best time to visit Nepal and Bhutan? faq

    Both Nepal and Bhutan are countries along the Himalayans. They have similar weather like distinct wet and dry seasons. Spring(March to May) and autumn(Sept. to Nov.) are the best times to visit them. Feel free to contact our trip advisor for the best itinerary for you according to your travel time.

    For Nepal, spring (Mar., April. and May) and autumn (Sept., Oct., and Nov.) are the best seasons to visit Nepal for trekking, climbing, and white-water rafting. Because during this season you'll enjoy the clear skies and great mountain views. But it also means during these peak seasons, the trails are most crowded compared with the low seasons. For the winter (Dec to Feb) and summer (Jun to Aug, monsoon) time, it is also worth a visit as there are fewer crowds though the weather may not be so good. Besides, winter is the best time to visit Chitwan as the temperature is good and the forests are less dense for better wildlife sightings.

    For Bhutan, the best time to visit and trek in Bhutan (peak seasons) are the spring months of March, April, and May and the autumn months of September, October, and November. Many colorful festivals like Paro and Thimphu Tshechu also take place in spring and fall. However, we believe Bhutan is a year-round destination. Many travelers are discovering the advantages of the lean season and choose to travel to Bhutan during the winter and summer months.

  • 4. What is the place of interest in Nepal and Bhutan? faq

    In Nepal, the top sites to visit are mainly located in the Kathmandu Valley. For example, the Boudhanath Stupa( the largest stupa in Nepal) and the Monkey Temple(the Swayambhunath Temple) which is the most stunning landmarks in Kathmandu. Here is a list of some top attractions for your Nepal trip planning: Pashupati Nath Temple, Nagarkot Sunrise, Pokhra Valley, Mahendra Gufa, Lumbini, Swayambhu Mandir, Thamel Area, Bhaktapur, Chitwan National Park, Davis Falls, Phewa Lake, International Mountain Museum, Khokana And Bungamati Villages, Sagarmatha National Park, Langtang National Park, Rupa Tal Lake, National Museum Of Nepal, Durbar Square, White Monastery, Kathesimbhu Stupa, Siddha Gufa, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Hanuman Dhoka Temple, Patan, Biratnagar, Janakpur, Chitlang, Dharan, Garden Of Dreams, Taudaha Lake, Phulchoki, Khawalung Monastery, Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Begnas Tal Lake, Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, Bindyabasini Temple, Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve, Khaptad National Park, Dhulikhel, Jomsom, Mount Annapurna, Trisuli River, Mount Everest Camp Trek, etc.

    In Bhutan, the must-visit place is the Tiger's Nest Monastery(Taktsang Monastery) stands on the cliff overlooking the Paro Valley, the landmark of Bhutan. Here is a list of some renowned attractions for your Bhutan trip planning: Rinpung Dzong, The Folk Heritage Museum, Dochula Pass, Chomolhari Trek, National Museum of Bhutan, Motithang Takin Preserve, Phobjikha Valley, Jambay Lhakhang, Gangtey Monastery, Haa Valley, Tashichho Dzong, Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan, Tower of Trongsa (Ta Dzong), Punakha Suspension Bridge, Samdrup Jongkhar, Drukgyel Dzong, Buddha Dordenma Statue, Zuri Dzong Fort, Tango Buddhist Institute, Talo Village, Chele La Pass, Hidden Valleys of Bumthang, Simtokha Dzong, Norzin Lam Street, Jigme Dorji National Park, Dagala Thousand Lakes, Punakha Dzong, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, National Institute for Zorig Chusum, Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory, Choki Traditional Art School, Wangdue Phodrang, Royal Manas National Park, Namgay Artisanal Brewery, Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang, Kyichu Lhakhang Temple, Chimi Lhakhang, etc.

  • 5. Can I travel from Nepal to Bhutan by train? faq

    Currently, there are only two railway lines in south Nepal, one is the Birgunj Junction and the other is the Janakpur Junction which is located near the Nepal-India Border. But there is no train rail in Bhutan yet. Nowadays, transport in Bhutan comprises over 8,000km of roads and four airports, but no railroad. You can take a train to one of the two railway stations in Nepal, then transfer to cars or planes to Bhutan. Though Bhutan has no railway network, there are plans to link the southern parts of Bhutan to the vast Indian railway network.

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