12 days Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

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11-14 Pax. US$ 3800 P/P
Over 15 Pax. US$ 3718 P/P
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Trip Duration

12 Days

Nature of Trip

Tour

Maximum Altitude

3980 M

Difficulty Grade

Easy

Start & End Point

Kathmandu/Kathmandu

Best Seasons

Spring and Autumn

Meals

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Transportation

Flight

Accommodation

Hotel

Major Highlights 12 days Nepal and Bhutan tour

  • The analogous land of Nepal and Bhutan tour welcomes millions of visitors across the globe with warm hospitality and a cheerful smile in 2024 and 2025.
  • I am also exploring the world heritage sites of the Nepal-Bhutan tour.
  • Enrapturing view of mountains above 7000 m on Bhutan tour
  • Remember the Mount Everest Tour for the rest of your life.
  • We are exploring the hidden gems of Nepal and the Bhutan tour.
  • No need to worry about hidden costs in the Nepal-Bhutan tour; you have email details.

Overview of 12 days Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

The 12-day Nepal Bhutan Tour is a blended adventure that explores two median countries squeezed between two Asian powerhouses, China and India. Are you talking about the tour in Bhutan and Nepal? The time is an exclusive blend of natural elegance, unique culture, and warm hospitality that any visitor worldwide wishes for.

First, Nepal is considered the 8th wonder of the world and is a significant tourist hotspot in the global arena.

From towering Himalayas to majestic hills, from the deepest valleys to the Terai range, the country is varied with never-before-seen landscapes. The government is a threshold of unique culture, customs, vibrant festivals, and a bold history. Nepal is considered a garden of 4 castes, and 36 subcastes have different exposure to tradition, culture, and festivals.

As soon as you chip into Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal, you will explore the cities of the historical temple in Kathmandu. The proud abode of the seven UNESCO Heritage Sites will take you deep roots in Bhutan and Nepal Tour packages.

Nepal-Bhutan Tour Booking Agency in Kathmandu for 12 days

Boundless Adventure is a local tour and trekking company in Kathmandu. We are operating the Nepal Bhutan Tour from Kathmandu in 2024 and 2025. Contact us to book a Nepal and Bhutan tour in Kathmandu. Likewise, another proximate destination is Pokhara, a destination that entices millions of visitors across the globe and is a gateway to various trekking circuits like Mount Annapurna, Mount Everest, and Mt. Manaslu.

Another destination holds up for us after ascending towards Pokhara, known as upper Mustang, “An ancient forbidden kingdom,” heftily known as supper landscapes. Similarly, marching towards the fertile land of Terai, the tour in Nepal includes Chitwan National Park and Bardiya National Park, a household of 70 unique creatures.

Likewise, to seek inner peace, we can explore the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Lumbini, Nepal. Contact us for Nepal Bhutan tour information and Nepal Bhutan tour costs, even if you are solo, family, or small group, for 2024 and 2025.

After about a 1-hour flight from Kathmandu, we advance to the last Shangri-La Nation, “Bhutan.” Chattering about Bhutan, the land enduring in the splash of the Himalayas is extensively known for its profound Buddhist culture. However, the hidden mysteries of the small land are somewhat blurry, unleashing some of those in the Bhutan tour.

The tiny kingdom of Bhutan is the only carbon-negative nation in this universe. However, the outer world explored the isolated country in the fierce mountain passes in the late 60s.

Since then, the government has become the central focus in the eyes of the world. Let us take you glimpses of the Bhutan Tour commencing through Paro Valley. Surrounded by peaks and valleys, the Paro International Airport is one of the most taxing airports; it lies at an altitude of about 2235 m above sea level.

The Paro Valley encompasses monasteries, temples, and scenic spots. The most inspected location on the Bhutan Tour is Tiger’s Nest; the monastery about 12 km from Paro Valley is accessible via 2 hours of mesmerizing trekking journey. Another desirable location is Chele La Pass, which offers a captivating view of the Land of Thunder Dragon.

Similarly, Tamchoe Monastery and Zuri Zong Fort would make our journey worthwhile. After about an hour’s drive from Paro International Airport lies the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu. The hustling city of Thimphu is a prime example of a town crafted with hints of modernism and traditionalism. Thus, another intriguing experience is abiding us in the valley of Thimphu.

Amongst several attractions, the National Post Office, the Clock Tower Star, Chari Monasteries, and Buddha Dordenma are essential locations. Similarly, the country, enriched in flora and fauna, is blanketed with vast wilderness and protected by strict rules and regulations.

Overall, the Nepal-Bhutan tour is not just a tour; it is a lifetime experience to witness two analogous countries rich in natural beauty, culture, and bold history. If you are prone to Adventure mingled with culture, tours in Bhutan and Nepal are the perfect combo waiting for you.

The serene land of Nepal and Bhutan welcomes millions of visitors with warm hospitality. Every second on the ground in Nepal and Bhutan would be worth it, and we, Boundless Adventure, ensure you have the best time on your trip to Nepal and Bhutan.

Nepal and Bhutan Tour Cost

The Nepal and Bhutan tour cost varies on several factors, including duration of the trip, season, service, size of the group, accommodation, transportation, and activities included. 

The Nepal and Bhutan tour includes the tour of two countries (Nepal and Bhutan), and you can complete the tour within 9-10 days. However, we have a facility to customize the package. We can manage your trip if you want to expand or make it shorter. And the cost varies according to your customized tour package. 

The group size dramatically affects the overall cost of the Nepal Bhutan Tour. Solo travelers cost more than traveling with a group. We provide group discounts, and the more you are in a group, the more we can discount you. Furthermore, if you are alone and comfortable mixing with other groups, we’ll manage that also to minimize your cost. 

The season is another factor affecting your Nepal and Bhutan trekking cost, as traveling in peak season costs more than traveling in the low season. Furthermore, if you prefer any luxurious and additional facilities included in the package, you need to pay extra, causing additional costs for the tour. 

Sightseeing During the Nepal Bhutan Tour

Kathmandu Sightseeing

The journey to Nepal Bhutan begins with a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, one of the most beautiful cities in Nepal. On the Kathmandu sightseeing day, you’ll glimpse Kathmandu’s rich cultural, religious, and architectural heritage. 

The first sightseeing destination on tour is “the Museum of Temple,” Kathmandu Durbar Square. The Durbar Square is a site of world UNESCO heritage that holds great significance to the culture and history of Kathmandu. On tour, you’ll see many attractions in the Kathmandu Durbar Square, including Hanuman Dhoka Palace, Basantapur Tower, Swet Bhairav Temple, the Taleju Temple, and Kumari Ghar, where the living goddess Kumari lives. 

After sightseeing at Kathmandu Durbar square, you’ll move for sightseeing of the sacred site for Hindus, Pashupatinath temple. The temple lies on the bank of the Bagmati River. It is also a world UNESCO heritage site. The temple is not only for pilgrimage purposes but also a tourist destination. You will be pleased to explore the Pashupatinath area as it will provide you peace of mind. 

The sightseeing at Kathmandu concludes with a visit to Boudhanath temple, another UNESCO heritage site and the largest Buddhist Stupa of Nepal. The stupa is beautifully built with a dome-shaped structure and decorated with mandalas, statues, and colorful prayer flags. The stupa itself is a major attraction. Furthermore, the surrounding monastery and butter lamp ceremony add to the beauty of the Boudhanath stupa. 

Thimphu Sightseeing

Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan, is your first sightseeing destination. The town is famous for its beautiful scenery and its unique Buddhist Culture. The sightseeing day to Thimpu begins with a walk to Memorial Chorten. The chorten is also called Thimpu chorten and was constructed in 1974. The chorten follows the Tibetan architectural style and has a pinnacle pillar that crowns a crescent moon and sun.

After memorial chorten exploration, you’ll continue sightseeing at Zilukha Nunnery. The nunnery is Bhutan’s most significant and most considerable monetary source. The monastery is in the atmosphere of nature, and you’ll get a peaceful environment. 

Takin Sanctuary is another day to explore the Thimpu the unique conservation area of Bhutan, Takin Sanctuary, Bhutan’s national animals. Furyou’llre, you’ll explore the Textile Museum, Heritage Museum, Indigenous Hospital, Traditional School of Arts and Crafts, Tashicho Dzong, and the paper factory in Thimphu. 

Paro Sightseeing

Paro sightseeing is on the final day of your itinerary. Paro is one of the popular tourist destinations and historic towns in You’llan. You’ll begin your sightseeing day on Paro by Tiger Tiger’s Nest monasTiger’she. Tiger’s Nest monastery, also known as Tatsang, lies at the cliffside of the top of the Paro. One of the significant attractions of Tiger’s Nest Monastery is its unique location on the rugged Himalayas. The stunning view from the top of the city and the decoration and architecture of the town are eye, and you’ll approach a traditional farmhouse between meadows and a terraced hillside. In the farmhouse, you can learn about the agricultural practices that have sustained Bhutanese people since ancient times. Also, you can get a delicious and healthy meal prepared with fresh and locally available ingredients while experiencing the warm hospitality of the BhutaniYou’lle. 

You’ll continue your sightseeing with a visit to the National Museum lying on the western side of Bhutan. The museum is equally crucial for cultural, historical, and educational purposes. You can learn about Bhutan’s rich heritage at the museum by exploring artifacts, manuscripts, and artworks from ancient times to the present. Furyou’llre, you’ll roam around the local market of Paro in the evening time. 

Bumthang sightseeing

Another beautiful sightseeing valley on the Nepal Bhutan Tour is Bumthang Valley. The valley is signiBhutan’so Bhutan’s culture and history and offers many places to visit. The sightseeing in Bumthang begins with a visit to the Royal Place at Chumey Valley. Before reaching Chumayou’lley, you’ll cross Yotang La Pass at 3,436m/ 11272ft. As you get to the palace,  the majestic beauty of its architecture captures your attention. You’ll learn the rich history and culture of the region. 

After sightseeing, you’ll have a short hike to Prakar Monastery. The literary meaning of the monastery is White Monkey, built in the 16th century. Upon getting closer to Prakar, you’ll feel peacefulness by looking at the monastery building and its location in the backdrop of the mountain. 

Your next sightseeing destination is Yathra Weaving Center after Pakra Monastery. While the area’s Bhutanese people do farming for sustenance, the Bumthang people are different; they weave Yathra products for their livelihood. At the Yathra Weaving Center, you can see the traditional art of Yathra weaving. You’ll be able to learn about the method of making Bhutanese clothes. 

 You’ll also visit historic Jhankar Dzong, which is rich in architectural beauty and offers panoramic views of the surrounding areas. Kurjey Temple, Tamshing Temple, and  Jhambhey Lhakhang are the other areas of the Bumthyou’llere where you’ll go sightseeing. Additionally, we’ll get permission to visit the fruit and beer factory in Bumthang. 

Itinerary of 12 days Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

We, Boundless Adventure, have made the following arrangements for the Nepal-Bhutan tour but if you want to customize it as per your schedule, feel free to get in touch with us now. We will rearrange the best itinerary according to your interest in the Nepal-Bhutan tour.

However, The Bhutan and Nepal tour is 12 days easy tour trail from Kathmandu, Nepal. Usually, the trip starts by plane and Car during the journey. Travelling to Bhutan is very famous during the Spring season and Autumn. You’ll reach 3980 Meters from sea level. Similarly, Breakfast, ground transportation, and accommodations are included on tours in Nepal and Bhutan.

Day
01

Day: 01 Pick up and drop off in Hotel.

Car

20 minutes

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Exclude

Accommodation

Hotel

Welcome to the land of adventures, Nepal. Our representative will meet you and escorts you to your hotel by our vehicle. After some refreshments, you get brief details about things to do the next day even though you know already.

Arrival board of Boundless Adventure
Arrival board of Boundless Adventure

Note: You can quickly access Nepali Phone SIM cards and money exchanges at the international airport of Nepal.

Day
02

Day: 02 Kathmandu Sightseeing

Car

6 hours

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

The 2nd day is mainly targeted at exploring the riches of the ancient city of Kathmandu Valley. After having breakfast, we head towards Kathmandu Durbar Square, the palace that used to be the home of the ancient kings of Nepal.

Then after exploring that old monumental brilliance, we march towards the holiest Hindu temple, Pashupatinath temple. There we spend 2 to 3 odd hours viewing the shrines, statues, and temples related to gods and goddesses of Hinduism culture.

Then we end our day on a high note by visiting the Bouddhanath Stupa. We forget all the tiredness of our day in the serene stupa of Bouddhanath and head towards our hotel in Kathmandu.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Day
03

Day: 03 Flight to Mount Everest (options)

Helicopter

4 Hours

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

The 3rd day will be remembered as the most exciting day of your life; let’s get up for some adrenaline rush because it’s time for the biggest adventure of your lifetime, it’s time for Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.

The flight to Everest can be accomplished in two ways, either by plane or by helicopter; however, we can cover a time of one hour in a round trip by plane. If you fly by helicopter, it will be four hours round trip from Kathmandu. Either way, we should reach the domestic airport one hour earlier than the flight schedule.

After exploring, you will have breakfast in the Hotel. You will have a free day.

Mount Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour
Mount Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour
Day
04

Day: 04 Fly to Paro, Drive to Thimphu.

Flight

1 hour

Overnight

Thimphu

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

We have breakfast in the Hotel and advance for the Land of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan. The journey from Kathmandu to Paro International Airport.

After landing, our employee will meet you and accompany you to Thimphu, about an hour’s drive from Paro. The beautiful afternoon is planned for the visit of The Tashicho dzong, the Memorial Chorten, and the cultural city of Thimphu. We visit the Memorial Chorten at dusk and stay overnight at the Hotel.

Nepal Bhutan Tour image
Nepal Bhutan Tour image
Day
05

Day: 05 Thimphu Sight Seeing

Car

5 Hours

Overnight

Thimphu

Food

Breakfast

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Hotel

The capital city of Bhutan is a mediocre city in terms of population, but in terms of cultural and historical treasures, none could match the city. The capital has a lot to offer the visitors, even walking and toiling around the streets would be a fascinating experience.

Early in the morning, you can take a walk (through our guidance as well) to The Memorial Chorten, where a lot of people gather around mainly for prayers and some for-fitness purposes.

The afternoon arrives with bright hopes in the Land of Thimphu. We step towards Zilukha Nunnery and the Changangkha Temple. Then a short trip to a paper factory is scheduled for later in the day. We stayed overnight at a hotel in Thimphu.

Thimpu Bhutan sightseeing
Thimpu Bhutan sightseeing
Day
06

Day: 06 Thimphu to Trongsa

Car

6 hours

Overnight

Trongsa

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

Another proximate destination is waiting for us in the hills of Bhutan. Early in the morning, we set up for Punakha, the previous capital city of Bhutan. The journey is full of adventures and spellbinding stoppages. Ascending towards the altitude of 3000 m, we reach Dochu-La Pass, which is influential for the broader vision of the tallest mountain of Bhutan, Gangkar Punsam, and other Easter Himalayan ranges.

Later we move through a diverge road via naturally dense forest towards the riches of Punakha Valley. The city of Wangdiphodrang welcomes us, and we spend some time visiting the sleeping bull, another fortress in the valley.

Afterwards, we escalate towards the Pele Last Pass, which lies at an elevation of about 3500 m; here, we notice the mesmerizing views of lofty peaks in white snow. Then the lunch for the day is waiting for us in the Chedebji Chorten stupa.

Once we arrive at Trongsa, we inspect one of the ancient dzongs of Bhutan named Trongsa Dzong. Finally, the day is off, and we schedule our stay in the hotel. It will take (6-7 hours)

Trongsa,Bhutan Tour
Trongsa, Bhutan Tour
Day
07

Day: 07 Trongsa to Bumthang

Car

2.5 hours

Overnight

Bumthang

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

Another beautiful day is waiting for us in the valleys of Bhutan. Today, we embark on our travel towards the Yotang La Pass after breakfast, and we slide down into the Chumey Valley.

The initial valley of Bumthang is the least in density, with a minimum number of households and people. The main things to do here are to tour the royal palace and take a short, simple hike up to the Prakar Monastery.

Similarly, another noticeable element is the Yathra Weaving Centre, where colourful textiles are manufactured. It is 2 hours & 30 minutes in total.

Then we move towards the pivotal location of Bumthang Valley, Jhankar. Likewise, the afternoon visit is scheduled for Dzong, Kurjey Temple, Tamshing Temple, and the most respected Jhambhey Lhakhang. Alongside this, we can visit the fruit and beer factory if allowed.

Bhumthang Valley: The valley of Bhumthang is the most fertile land in the whole of Bhutan, and the valley holds a significant history in terms of culture and religion. Thus, the valley abides by countries with the deepest secrets.

Bhumthang Valleyin Bhutan
Bhumthang Valley in Bhutan
Day
08

Day: 08 Bhumthang sightseeing and drive to Punakha

Car

6 hours

Overnight

Punakha

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

Like every other day, we wander for another adventurous journey in the valley of Bhumthang. After a sweet breakfast, we exploit Punakha Dzong at our suitable time. Then we start a short hike towards the holy temple of Chimi Lakhang. Afterwards, the journey is set for Punakha.

Chimi Lakhang: Unlike other temples in Bhutan, Chimi Lakhang is the most unusual one. The monastery, graced by the frantic Buddhist leader Drukpa Kunley is also known as the Fertility Temple. Even the temple structure is pretty strange; many penises surround it.

The location lies about 10 kilometres from the Punakha Valley, and we reach a small village named Sopsokha. The path above brings our eyes another joy through agricultural settlements, and after about half an hour, we step foot into the holy monastery.

Punakha, Bhutan Tour
Punakha, Bhutan Tour
Day
09

Day: 09 Journey Punakha to Paro

Car

5 hours

Overnight

Paro

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

Let’s get ready for some highway journey on the hilltops of Bhutan. Marching west of Punakha Valley via Dochula Pass, another adventure is kicked off for the day.

This time the experience leads us to the twisted roads alongside the astounding sight of the Himalayas Region. After several sit-downs, we again drove continuously and reached Paro in the afternoon. The Paro is 2200 Meters from Sea level.

After some refreshments, we will sightsee some proximate destinations at your convenience. The National Museum and the Rinpung Dzong are the ones we have chosen to tour. Our stay is scheduled in the hotel of Paro.

Paro sightseeing Bhutan
Paro sightseeing Bhutan
Day
10

Day: 10 Sightseeing in Paro

Car

5 hours

Overnight

Paro

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

Another beautiful day is waiting for us in the magnificent city of Paro. The final day of visiting the city of Bhutan is full of intriguing experiences. After having breakfast, we move towards the Tiger Nest (Taktsang). Tiger Nest is one of the most profound locations in Bhutan, the monastery residing at the top of the hill would take us to the deep roots of Buddhist culture via hiking.

For the afternoon, we also allocated time to tour National Museum. If we are allowed, we will have a glance at the Thangka Painting as well. The day is off today, and we are staying at the hotel for the last time in Bhutan. Pack your stuff and be prepared for the flight tomorrow.

Paro sightseeing Bhutan
Paro sightseeing Bhutan
Day
11

Day: 11 Flight back to Kathmandu.

Flight

1 hours

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast

Accommodation

Hotel

After breakfast, we arrive at Paro International Airport, and it’s time to say goodbye to the land of Bhutan. Passing through captivating mountains and enjoying those views, we collect a lifelong memory and land at the Tribhuwan International Airport of Nepal.

One of us will pick you up from the International Airport of Nepal and drive you to the Hotel. You will be accessible during the day in Kathmandu.

Tribhuvan International Airport
Tribhuvan International Airport
Day
12

Day: 12 Departure/onwards

Car

15 m

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast

Have a warm breakfast in Hotel in Kathmandu and Departure to the international airport by car/van/Bus. If you are flying late evening from Kathmandu, please let us know; the Check-Out time is Noon.

Still, if you have enough time in Nepal, you may go short trekking in Annapurna or the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini.

What's Included?

All entrance ticket fees for all tourist sites listed in the Bhutan Only.
English-speaking local tour guide in Nepal and Bhutan.
comfortable, clean and safe vehicle with reliable local driver during the tour.
All lodging listed in the itinerary 3-star hotel.
Accommodation and Breakfast in Kathmandu but Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner include in Bhutan.

What's Excluded?

International flight to and out of Nepal and Bhutan ( We can help to arrange)
We’ll arrange a Bhutanese Visa fee but not a Nepali Visa Fee
Note: we could help you with the visa application, by providing the invitation letter, presenting the hotel
Domestic flight/train not listed in the itinerary. (We can help)
Tips to tour guide and driver
Visa Fee
Personal expenses, like laundry, phone calls, snacks, soft drinks and hard drinks.

Essential Information - 12 days Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

Best Season For Travelling to Nepal and Bhutan

While the weather conditions of Nepal and Bhutan are similar, the best time for traveling depends on your preference. Both countries face four distinct seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter; each season is unique.

Spring in Nepal and Bhutan are both ideal for touring. Spring starts at the beginning of March and ends at the end of May. In Nepal, the weather starts to get warm, days are mild, and flowers bloom during the Spring. Like Nepal, the weather gets warmer and pleasant with blossoms of flowers and lush greenery, creating the perfect time for traveling in Bhutan.

Summer from June to August is monsoon in Nepal and Bhutan. However, as you are on tour exploring activities, don’t get affected during Summer. And the weather is sunny with lush greenery in both countries. So summer is also a favorable season for Nepal and Bhutan tours, even with the changes in rainfall.

Autumn in Nepal and Bhutan from September to November is a popular time for visit. The weather in Autumn is clear, the skies are bright, and temperatures are comfortable, making it perfect for sightseeing, outdoor activities, and cultural experiences in Nepal and Bhutan.

The winter season in Nepal and Bhutan runs from December to February.. Above 3000m meters in Nepal and Bhutan, both countries face snowfall. Although winter brings cold temperatures, it is the perfect time to see panoramic mountain views and tours in Nepal and Bhutan.

While each season is unique, the best time depends on one’s preference. The choice to visit also depends on your tolerance for weather conditions. So before touring, consider the weather conditions first for your safety.

The major attraction of the Tour

1) Kathmandu
2) Himalayan Region in
3) Chitwan National Park in Nepal
4) Pokhara tour
5) Lumbini tour

Kathmandu Nepal

The city of Temples is the first place you will strike upon as soon as you land in the country. The Kathmandu valley between high hills is the center of 7 World Heritage sites enlisted by UNESCO. The city bestows a unique representation of Nepalese Culture and tradition through adept artistic temples, squares, monasteries, stupas, and other outstanding brilliance. The Durbar Square of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur, which used to host kings earlier in history, is the central location to sneak back into the Nepalese account.

Himalayan Region in Nepal

Our heart beats with pride when Nepal is acknowledged as the country of Mount Everest; the tallest peak in the world stands at an altitude of 8848.86m from sea level. The Nirvana land is agglomerated with the top eight highest mountains of the world; all those lofty mountains lie at an altitude of about 8000m from sea level.

The Snowbladed Mountains and pristine landscapes make Nepal an indispensable destination for trekkers worldwide. Amongst the various treks, the Mount Everest trek, Manaslu trek, and Annapurna trek are supreme adventures that will endure you to the Himalayan footholds of the country.

  Chitwan National Park in Nepal

The World Heritage site Chitwan is located in the central Terai region, about 254km from Kathmandu. The Park has canvased about 952.6 s q km of an area on the brink of Rapti and Narayani Rivers; the vast forest area is the settlement of 68 mammals and 544 birds, 56 species of fauna, and 126 species of fishes.

The first National Park of Nepal is recognized for the one-horned rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Gharial Crocodile, and other endangered animals. Besides protecting species, the National Park is noted for recreational activities such as Elephant Back Safari, Jeep Safari, Jungle Walk, and Bird Watching. Similarly, we can be a part of a particular practice of the Tharu Culture in the lowlands of Nepal.

Pokhara in Nepal

Pokhara is a unique destination for millions around the globe. The city, surrounded by lakes, holds an outstanding reputation due to the plethora of desirable locations at the foot of the Himalayas. The ambiance around Pokhara is unmatched. From an eye-catching view of splendid mountains to serene lakes surrounding your shadow, adrenaline-rushing adventures such as paragliding, ultra-light, bungee jumping, and boating will provide an unprecedented experience.

Likewise, in Pokhara and toiling around the lakeside, we can witness animated musical live sessions, street foods, and fancy restaurants with rooftops. Also, Pokhara is the gateway to various trekking in the Annapurna conservation area. We highly recommend the Upper Mustang trek, Annapurna Base Camp, and the newly open Mardi Himal Base Camp Trekking with Family.

Lumbini in Nepal

The peaceful land of Nepal is the Birthplace of Lord Buddha. The Lord Buddha walked his first steps on the holy ground of Lumbini in 623 B.C. The UNESCO Heritage Site has been symbolic of Buddhist Culture for ages and is considered the most religious place of the most excellent religion, Buddhism.

The sacred area includes ancient archaeological and modern types of Buddhist arts. The monumental attractions are the Maya Devi Temple, where Gautam Buddha spent his childhood, The Sacred Garden, The Ashoka Pillar, The Chinese Buddhist Monastery, and The Lumbini Museum.

Side by side, we can be a part of holy worshipping around all those pilgrimages, including Tilaurakot, while you are traveling in Lumbini.

Bhutan culture tour

Bhutan is a country that has been able to preserve its Culture and traditions from the influence of modernism. The country’s inhabitants are dedicated to maintaining their cultural heritage and passing it on to future generations. The government is known for its Buddhist Culture and numerous monasteries, with the Paro Taktsang (Tiger Monastery) being the most prominent. This unique monastery is hidden at the top of the hills and is considered one of Bhutan’s top attractions. The Tiger Monastery is renowned not only for its exceptional architecture but also for its picturesque location.

Bhutan is a beautiful country with a rich Buddhist culture. There are many spiritual locations, such as the Unique Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the Fertility Temple. Many childless couples come to this temple to seek blessings from the eccentric Buddhist god Drukpa Kunley and hope to be blessed with children. The National Museum of Bhutan is a must-visit location that showcases Bhutanese culture’s original and modern aspects of Ber. Popular destinations to explore during a Bhutan tour are Punakha Dzong and Limbukha Dzong.

Sightseeing in Bhutan

The Kingdom of Shangri-La is renowned for its breathtaking mountain ranges, impressive fortresses, and lush forests. The capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu, is nestled within the Himalayas and offers a variety of attractions, such as dense forests and stunning views of the Raidak and Chuu Rivers.

Thimphu is a city that perfectly blends old-world charm with modern trends. Prominent tourist spots include Buddha Dordenma, Memorial Chorten, and Clock Tower Square.

Dozens of majestic dzongs showcasing magnificent architecture can be witnessed while wandering the streets of Bhutan.

Paro Valley has several stunning destinations that offer natural charm and cultural significance. The city is nestled at an altitude of over 5000m and boasts captivating beauty. Bhutan is known for its ancient temples and monasteries, and the most respected one in this valley is Jambey Lhakhang. You can also explore the pristine flora, fauna, dense forests, and diverse wildlife in national parks and reserves.

Hiking in Bhutan

Besides Culture and sightseeing, Bhutan is exclusively known for its unique hiking trails. Bhutan is a prominent name in the world of hiking. The location is suitable for people with immense experience and neophyte people.

Hiking on the threshold of hills through surreal landscapes provides a peculiar experience for everyone. Even visiting some of the monasteries requires a short and simple hike. Ascending towards the Tiger Nest, various fortresses, Chimi Lakhang, and various viewpoints will take an odd hour to hike. The Nepal Bhutan Tour season lasts from March to May and October to September.

Bhutan Culture and Traditions

In Bhutan, 22% of the inhabitants are Hindus, 0.2% are Muslim, 0.4% are of other religions, and 75% are Buddhist. Hence, Buddhism is deeply rooted in the Culture and traditions of Bhutan. The majority of the population of Bhutan follows Buddhism, and the religion of Buddhism has a significant role among Bhutanese inhabitants. Hundreds of monasteries and temples all over Bhutan are showcasing the religion’s importance and serving as spiritual centers.

Once every year, Bhutan celebrates the festival/ Tsechu of Dzong. People from the nearby areas and tourists also visit Bhutan to observe the festival. The celebrations involve cultural dances, religious rites, and cultural visuals. Tsechus in Bhutan are not just occasions for celebrating religion but also for socializing and building relationships with each other.

The dress worn by the Bhutanese people showcases the identity of the country. The locals of Bhutan wear a Driglam Namzha dress code, with men wearing Gho, a robe that reaches the knee and secured at the waist with a belt, and women wearing Kira, a long colored wrap-around skirt with a blouse and jacket.

Bhutan has a long tradition and history of making handicrafts, such as wood carving, painting, weaving, and sculpting. The artisans create beautiful textiles, wooden masks, thangka paintings, and religious items that attract domestic and global attention.

Additionally, Bhutan’s national symbol reflects the country’s Culture, history, and natural history. The emblem features a lotus, jewels, a dragon, and a double-diamond thunderbolt, symbolizing spiritual and secular power.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

The combined Nepal-Bhutan tour package cost depended on the size of the group and visa and was subject to the validity of  Flight tickets from Kathmandu to Paro and Kathmandu.

Bhutan is a beautiful country in southern Asia of the Eastern Himalayas at 3280 m above sea level. China and India are bordered by Bhutan, with China to the north and India to the south, east, and west. The geographic coordinates of Bhutan are between 26 and 29 degrees north latitude and 88 and 93 degrees east longitude.

Bhutan experiences four main seasons: Spring, Fall, Summer, and winter, and each season is ideal for travel to Bhutan. Spring from March to May is undoubtedly the best time to travel to Bhutan. Similar to summer, autumn is also the best time to travel in Bhutan due to its pleasant weather.

From June to August, summer is the arrival of monsoon, and the weather is almost rainy throughout the season. However, traveling to Bhutan during the summer is also good. Furthermore, winter from December to February is colder among all seasons, yet skies are clear during that time, providing excellent views. Hence, choosing the best time is subjective and varies according to preference.

The cost of visiting Bhutan from Nepal varies depending on factors, including the trip duration, the places you desire to see, and the group size.

Boundless Adventure offers a reasonable price for a Bhutan tour from Nepal with exclusive group discounts. The price includes entrance ticket fees for all tourist sites listed in the package, an experienced guide for Bhutan and Nepal, and accommodation and meals throughout the stay in Bhutan. For further queries, contact us via WhatsApp at +977 9851033819.

Yes, any citizen can travel to Bhutan from Nepal. However, one should fulfill some specific requirements before traveling to Bhutan from Nepal.

The necessary paperwork and requirements include a visa, travel package, and permits. However, Boundless Adventure manages all your essential requirements to travel to Bhutan from Nepal without causing any trouble.

There is no comparison between Nepal and Bhutan. Both countries are fantastic and have their uniqueness. Thus, deciding between Nepal and Bhutan travel depends on interests, preferences, and the experience they seek.

If you are fascinated By Himalayan trekking, its diverse culture, and its diverse range of experiences, Nepal can be a better option. On the other hand, if you prefer a unique Tibetan cultural immersion and natural beauty, Bhutan could be the ideal destination. Moreover, we can provide a combined package if you want to travel to both countries simultaneously.

Direct flights between Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) and Paro International Airport (PBH) in Bhutan are available. One can reach Bhutan from Nepal within one and a half hours to 2 hours, depending on weather conditions and air traffic covering a distance of 404 kilometers. The flight provides awe-inspiring views of fantastic countries’ Himalayan ranges, valleys, and terraced fields.

Yes, every international visitor must have a visa to travel to Bhutan. However, Indian citizens don’t need a visa to visit Bhutan. Instead, they require an entry permit.

For other international tourists, we can arrange visas along with your travel itinerary and different necessary permits according to Bhutan’s tourism regulations.

Generally, it takes a few days to weeks to get a Bhutanese visa. The time also depends on the current workload of Bhutanese immigration authorities. A passport copy with six months of validity, travel insurance, a passport-size photo, and a travel itinerary are necessary for applying for your visa.

All international visitors, including American citizens, can get a Bhutan travel visa. Like visitors from other countries, American citizens should apply for their visa before going to Bhutan, as the on-arrival visa is not accessible in Bhutan. Furthermore, the visa process for Americans has the same procedures and requirements as that of other international visitors.

Traveling in Bhutan is expensive due to its country’s rules, regulations, and policies. The policy of the country is high-value tourism and its emphasis on sustainable tourism practices makes it one of the most expensive countries to travel to.

Furthermore, its unique culture and untouched natural beauty are reasons for becoming an expensive country to travel to.

Bhutan is one of the safest countries in the world, and its crime rate is low. With a meager crime rate, Bhutan is known for being a peaceful country. The government of Bhutan takes measures to ensure a secure and enjoyable travel experience and prioritizes the safety and well-being of tourists.

Along with the government of Bhutan, Boundless Adventure ensures your safety throughout your stay in Bhutan and Nepal.

While having a guide for traveling in Bhutan is not mandatory, hiring a guide can make your travel experience and trip more enjoyable and informative.

We provide a licensed Bhutanese guide that provides valuable insights into the country’s culture, history, customs, and traditions. However, if you prefer to travel solo, it is also possible.

You can book Bhutan tours easily through our booking system. You can directly click on the book this trip option as you go through our write. You can also contact us through WhatsApp at +977 9851033819.

We’ll provide you with all the detailed information about the tour. Once you have finalized the tour details and got okay with each detail, we’ll make your pre-booking. But you must pay 50% of your tour’s cost during pre-booking.

You’ll have a direct flight from the International Airport of Nepal to Paro Airport of Bhutan. We’ll manage your visa and all the paperwork to take you to Bhutan. The flight takes tentatively one and a half hours to 2 hours.

Yes, you can visit the Tiger Nest in Bhutan. The Tiger Nest monastery, Paro Taktsang, is one of Bhutan’s most beautiful and iconic Buddhist sites. The architecture of the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is impressive and has a traditional Bhutanese design.

Visitors must hike for around 2-3 hours to visit the Monastery. Upon reaching the top of the Monastery, one can find themselves surrounded by the beauty of Bhutan.

Yes, solo travelers can also travel to Bhutan; however, they should know the specific requirements and considerations. Thus, having a licensed and experienced guide can help you explore cultural heritage, natural beauty, and spiritual sites while enjoying personalized services and support from the guide.

Reviews on 12 days Nepal Bhutan Tour Package

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10 Days Bhutan Culture tour
James Hernandez
California

10 days on the Nepal-Bhutan tour

Just a five-star rating is not enough for the excellent service and care of Boundless Adventure. Yes, my girlfriend and I were under the care of Boundless Adventure for 10 days on the Nepal-Bhutan tour.

My girlfriend was feeling low and wanted a peaceful tour with me. I chose Boundless Adventure as per my friend’s suggestion, and I am extremely glad to have chosen them. We had a great time in two of the most beautiful countries in the world. We visited Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath temple, and Boudhanath stupa and did a helicopter tour of the Everest region in Nepal.

Correspondingly, we visited different historical and cultural sites in Bhutan. Thank you, Boundless Adventure, for our proper care and service throughout the journey and for cheering up my girlfriend.

James Hernandez, California

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10 days Bhutan Culture Tour
Henry Koch
German

We had a great experience in Nepal and Bhutan in just one package with Boundless Adventure. The itinerary was well-planned and organized, allowing us to explore the major attractions of Nepal and Bhutan at a comfortable pace. The knowledgeable guides made our journey truly immersive by informing us of the details of both countries. From the bustling city of Kathmandu to the cultural sites of Bhutan, every part of the tour was thrilling and unforgettable.

We ventured into the tour with high hopes, and we are glad to say that Boundless Adventure exceeded all my expectations. The logistics management was top-notch, and overall, the tour was truly remarkable. All thanks to Mr. Dambar and his entire team.

Henry Koch, German

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Loren Huber
Austria

Historical sites of Kathmandu and Bhutan

Our Nepal-Bhutan tour was immersed in two different but equally beautiful places. Our group of 15 people went on a Nepal-Bhutan tour through the service of Boundless Adventure, and we are pleased with their quality service.

From the cultural and historical sites of Kathmandu to the spiritual ambiance of Paro, Trongsa, Thimu, and other parts of Bhutan, every day on the tour was filled with exploration of the culture and beauty of the two countries. Throughout our tour, the accommodation was comfortable, the guide was knowledgeable and had in-depth knowledge of both countries, and everything was managed so well. I would love to recommend Boundless Adventure to others with no regrets.

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