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Nepal Tibet Bhutan and India Tour - 26 Days

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Nepal Tibet Bhutan and India Tour - 26 Days

US $ 6500per person



Trip Duration

26 Days

Max Altitude

3656 M

Trip Grade



Best Season

Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India tour package offers you a great chance to experience the four different nations which consist of Nepal's rich historical and cultural cities, the rooftop of the world - Lhasa, pristine and intact cities of Bhutan, and India's Golden Triangle Route.

Nepal is a small and beautiful nation that can attract thousands of tourists every year because of its varied landscapes, culture, and hospitable people. Similarly, Tibet is developing day by day because of its growing tourism business as it has some of the original ancient Buddhist inscriptions and monasteries.
Bhutan is located between India and China which beliefs in Gross National Happiness rather than Gross National Product. This country has been successful to preserve its culture from modernization and has been only open in 1974 for tourists. Lastly, India is famous for its century’s old architectural design and arts along with its bustling streets.
Our Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India tour begins from Kathmandu where you can soak into Nepalese tradition and lifestyle. You will enjoy the city sightseeing (UNESCO Listed World Heritage Sites) with a local guide before heading towards Pokhara. In Pokhara, you will enjoy boating in Phewa Lake, get the panorama of sunrise from Sarangkot, visit Davis falls, Mahendra Cave, etc.

After Pokhara, you will drive to Chitwan to get a glimpse of endangered animals like the One-Horned Rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, etc. After completing the jungle safari in the park, you will drive back to Kathmandu and fly to Lhasa in Tibet. In Lhasa, you will visit the world's famous sites such as Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monastery, Barkat Market, etc.
You will also enjoy the cultural programs, delicious Tibetan cuisines, and sightseeing around the market during this trip. Besides Lhasa, you will also explore small traditional towns of Tibet such as Rongbuk, Shigatse, Gyantse, etc. where the hospitable locals will welcome you sincerely.

Another major attraction of the Tiber tour is you will visit the Everest Base Camp of Tibet Side from Rongbuk. Then, you will fly from Tibet to Kathmandu and From Kathmandu, you will fly towards Paro in Bhutan where you will explore the four major cities; Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, and Trongsa. You will also hike to Tiger's Nest Monastery located at the cliffside of Paro Valley.
After visiting the popular fortresses and learning about the Bhutanese lifestyle, you will fly to Delhi to explore the popular Golden Triangle loop. New and Old Delhi, Taj Mahal, Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Fathepur Sikri, Etmad-UI-Ah, Pink City, etc. are some of the major places that you will explore in our India tour.

Overall, this epic 26 days best-selling tour to Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India takes you to the varied mysterious zone filled with spiritual and hospitable people. So, come and join our 26 days Tour Package and feel free to contact us to ask any of the questions that you have. We are delighted to answer all your questions and help you in making your dream come true.

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Arrival: Kathmandu Nepal > Departure: Delhi India


Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu

Max. Altitude: 1,300m
Overnight at Kathmandu (Hotel)
Meals Included: Dinner
Upon your arrival at Kathmandu's airport, our representatives will help in fulfilling the documents' formalities and escort you to the hotel. You can take shower and rest in a hotel.
In the evening, you will be provided with a 'Welcome Dinner' from Greater Himalaya. You will be served authentic Nepalese dishes. If possible, some programs can also be arranged for entertainment purposes. Also, the local guide will briefly explain the following days' Nepal Tour.

Don't forget to chat with the locals by practicing a few Nepali words. This will help you to observe the unforgettable smile on the innocent faces of Nepalese.


Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing

Max. Altitude: 1,300m
Overnight at Kathmandu (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Highlights: Pasupatinath, Boudhanath, Swaymbhunath & Kathmandu Durbar Square

Today is the important day of our Nepal tour where we will explore the 4 major UNESCO Listed World Heritage Sites of Nepal.

We will start our journey early in the morning by visiting one of the major sacred Hindu temples, Pasupatinath Temple. It lies on the bank of the Bagmati River and God Shiva is worshipped in this temple. Several small and big statues of gods and goddesses around the premises of this temple will help you to calm your soul and mind.
From Pashupatinath Temple, we will head towards Bouddhanath Stupa. This stupa is a famous Buddhist shrine that has been home to Tibetan refugees. It is the largest stupa in the world which is 131ft. It is designed in mandala style and was built in the 5th century.

We will also visit Swayambhunath Stupa which is an important religious site for both Hindus and Buddhists. It is also known as 'Monkey Temple'. From the top of this stupa, you can see the beautiful view of Kathmandu city and its surroundings. Also, the flapping prayer flags, murals, Mani walls, Buddha statues, etc. make its surroundings more religious.
After exploring the Hindus and Buddhist sites, we will head towards Kathmandu Durbar Square which is also known as Hanuman Dhoka Palace. This place was ruled by Newari Mallas between the 12th and 18th centuries. We will visit Taleju Temple, Kumari Goddess Temple, Kal Bhairav, Jagannath Temple, King Pratap Malla statue, etc. inside the premises of this durbar square.


Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Driving Duration: 5-6 hours (214km)
Max. Altitude: 820m
Overnight at Pokhara (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Highlights: Glimpse of Trishuli River and Begnas Lake and Strolling around the Lakeside of Pokhara

Today we will drive to Pokhara to explore the 'City of the Lake'. The road condition from Kathmandu to Pokhara is good so you will have a comfortable and panromantic drive of around 6 hours.
You will get the view of low hills, dense forests, high Himalayas, small rivers and thundering waterfalls, changing landscapes and geographical structure, traditional human settlement, etc. throughout the journey. You can also get a glimpse of the Trishuli River from the window of the jeep.

If possible, we will make a stop at Begnas Lake where you can chill for a while. After reaching Pokhara, our representatives will escort you to the hotel. In the evening, you can stroll around the Lakeside of Pokhara. Later, you can have dinner while enjoying the Nepalese cultural program, if possible.


Day 4: Sarangkot Sunrise & Pokhara City Tour

Overnight: At Pokhara (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Sunrise view, Sarangkot, Peace Stupa, Davis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, Mountain Museum, Boating in Phewa Lake, Paragliding, etc.

Pokhara is one of the best attractions on the Nepal Tour. We will wake up early and visit the top of Sarangkot from where we will witness the stunning panorama of sunrise illuminating the different peaks. After staying for a while, we will return back to the hotel and enjoy our breakfast in the pleasant weather. After breakfast, our adventurous tour to Pokhara starts.

We will explore the lakeside of Pokhara and walk along the bank of Phewa Lake. Playing with serene water, boating, and viewing the panorama of Machhapuchhre peak and green hill are some of the major things to do in Pokhara lakeside.
From there, we will drive towards the World's Peace Pagoda which was built in 1973 by the Japanese Buddhist organization. This stupa is draped by flapping prayer flags and Mani wheels. From this spot, you can enjoy the topmost view of Phewa Lake and the stunning Annapurna Himalaya.

Then, we will head towards Davis Fall which is located 2km southwest of Pokhara airport. It is also known as Patae Chango (Hell's Fall) by local people. After this, we will visit the sacred Gupta (cave) of Pokhara i.e., Gupteshwor Cave. You need to crawl to get inside of this cave.
We will also visit Barahi Temple which is a popular religious site of this city. This temple represents the power of females. Besides these, you can also undertake some adventurous activities such as Paragliding, Biking, etc.


Day 5: Drive to Chitwan from Pokhara

Driving Duration: 4-5 Hours (84km)
Overnight at Chitwan (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Scenic drive to Chitwan, Exploring the local villages, interacting with the Tharu People, Enjoying the cultural dishes and program, etc.

Today we will drive from Pokhara to Chitwan to observe its varied flora and fauna. We will enjoy the 4-5 hours of a short drive and rest in the hotel for a while after reaching the city. In the evening, we will wander around the city and explore the lifestyle, traditions, and culture of the local Tharu people of Nepal.
You can explore the local villages made of mud by walking or riding a bicycle. You will be amazed by the hospitality provided by the Nepalese people. You can also walk on the bank of the Rapti River. In the evening, you will be served ethnic Nepalese dishes and you can also enjoy the cultural program of Tharu.


Day 6: Exploring Chitwan National Park

Overnight at Chitwan (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Jungle safari, Elephant Safari, Bird watching, canyoneering in Rapti River, Observing endangered animals, Chitwan National Park Museum, Gharial Breeding Center, etc.

Today we will enjoy the jungle safari in this park. We will observe the varied flora and fauna. We will walk through the dense lush forests. You can also travel the forest on the back of an Elephant (Elephant Safari). Swimming and taking baths with elephants are other major attractions of this day.

This Park is suitable for those who enjoy bird watching as more than 640 species of birds are found here including Swamp Francolin, Grey-crowned Prinia, etc. You can also find around 160 migrant birds in this park.
This Park is also incredibly famous for canyoneering in Rapti River, watching gharial crocodiles and dolphins, etc. We will also visit the Chitwan National Park Museum at Kasara and Gharial Breeding Center. We can witness the beautiful sunrise and sunset views from the Narayani River.


Day 7: Drive to Kathmandu from Chitwan

Driving Duration: 6-7 Hours (175km)
Overnight at Kathmandu (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Scenic drive to Kathmandu, Exploring Thamel, Ason Bazaar, Garden of Dream, etc.

After enjoying the last breakfast in Chitwan, we will drive towards the main city of Nepal i.e., Kathmandu. We will reach there within 5-6 hours long drive. We will immediately transfer to the hotel after reaching Kathmandu where we will rest for a while.

After taking a rest for a while, we will roam around Kathmandu city. We will explore the bustling Thamel and Indrachowk Bazaar. You can buy souvenirs from this place at an affordable price. Similarly, you can taste spicy food in Ason. If time allows us, then we will explore the Garden of Dream where a lot of couples visit regularly to share love and happiness.
In the evening, you will be offered ethnic and cultural Nepalese dishes. If possible, you can also get a chance to enjoy the cultural program.


Day 8: Fly to Lhasa from Kathmandu

Flight Duration: 1.5 hours
Max. Altitude: 3,656m (Lhasa)
Overnight at Lhasa (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Scenic flight to Lhasa

Today, we will fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa for our Tibet tour. You will enjoy 2 hours long scenic flight with the panorama of the Himalayas range and giant peaks. After your arrival at Lhasa, you will meet our Tibetan guide and driver who will escort you to the hotel.
Lhasa holds important significance to both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. In the evening, we will roam around the city area and enjoy the ethnic Tibetan dishes for dinner.



Day 9: Lhasa City Tour

Max. Altitude: 3,656m (Lhasa)
Overnight at Lhasa (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting Potala Palace, Namtso Lake, Jokhang Temple, Norbulingka Park, Princess Wencheng Drama, Ganden monastery, Drepung monastery, Sera monastery, etc.

The next two days of the Tibet tour will give you unforgettable memories as you will be exploring one of the highest cities in the world, Lhasa (3,656m). This city has been the religious and administrative capital of Tibet since the mid-17th century.
Lhasa is the holiest city in the world for Tibetan people. This city has become the most visited place in the world as one can feel the essence of exotic Tibetan culture, Tibetan dishes, get to know about the history of Tibet, interact with the friendly locals, etc.

One of the most visited places of Lhasa is the red and white Potala Palace which is situated in the high hill and is the center of Lhasa. This building is incredibly attractive and used to be the winter palace of the Dalai Lama.
Namtso Lake is another must-visit place of Lhasa that is a half-day drive away from the city. This lake is immensely popular for hiking and photography. Surrounded by the vibrant and flapping prayer flags, this lake has turquoise-like blue water and gives heavenly feelings while strolling on the bank of this lake.
Jokhang Temple, the oldest sacred shrine of Tibetan pilgrims, is located at the center of Lhasa. Many pilgrims from around the world visit this temple and pray by bending their bodies and touching the holy land by forehead. The statue of Shakyamuni is worshipped at the main hall of this temple.

On our two days stay at Lhasa, we will also visit Norbulingka Park which is decorated with colorful flowers and consists of a few palaces. It used to be the summer residence of the Dalai Lama. Many Tibetan festivals are celebrated in this place such as Lantern Festival, Shoton festival, etc.

We will also visit the Princess Wencheng Drama where there are live performances of drama, music, dance, etc. held from time to time. We will also roam around Barkhor Street which is popular for shopping. You can also buy souvenirs for your loved ones from this street.

Lhasa is home to several Buddhist monasteries such as the Ganden monastery, Drepung monastery, Sera monastery, Rating monastery, etc. where we can notice the pristine Tibetan Buddhism and enjoy the evening prayer held by monks living inside the palace. Similarly, we will also enjoy some of the authentic and delicious Tibetan dishes and interested one can also participate in cooking classes.


Day 10: Drive from Lhasa to Shigatse

Driving Duration: 6-7 hours (271km)
Max. Altitude: 3,845m (Shigatse)
Overnight at Shigatse (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting Tashilhunpo Monastery, Drinking Tea made up of Yak Butter, and Exploring Shigatse Market

From Lhasa, we will drive to the second beautiful city of Tibet, Shigatse. The meaning of the name is 'Beautiful Place' as the atmosphere of the environment is very lovely and impressive. We will begin our trip by passing through the 5km long Nimu valley along the Brahmaputra River.

You can visit the Tashilhunpo Monastery which is the home to the Panchen Lama. It was built in 1447 for the Dalai Lama where political leaders organized their meetings to discuss the country's affairs. In the old days, 3000 monks used to live in this monastery but today only 600 monks reside there.

In this monastery, you can observe the monks clad in their traditional dress. Similarly, you can attend the evening prayer. Remember to taste the cup of tea made up of yak butter which is an immensely popular Tibetan drink and has a special flavor.
Besides the monastery, the Tibetan market of Shigatse is worth visiting. You can stroll around the market and buy local Tibetan products as a souvenir for your loved ones. Also, you can observe the old fort of this town which resembles the history of Tibet.


Day 11: Drive from Shigatse to Rongbuk via Shakya Monastery

Driving Duration: 8-9 hours (385km)
Max. Altitude: 5,000m (Rongbuk)
Overnight at Rongbuk (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting Sakya Monastery, Rongbuk Monastery and getting a glimpse of Mt. Everest

After having breakfast, we will drive to Rongbuk by passing through beautiful human settlements. On the way, we will get the first view of Mt. Everest from the Gyatso La Pass (5,220m)

We will also visit Shakya Monastery, also known as Pel Shakya, which is the ancient Shakya sect's monastery where you can learn about Buddha's teachings. After crossing Lalung La Pass, we will reach Rongbuk Monastery. This monastery is located at the foot of Mt. Everest. After reaching Rongbuk, we will check in to the hotel and stay there for the night.


Day 12: Visit Everest Base Camp & Drive to Gyantse

Driving Duration: 8-9 hours (475km)
Max. Altitude: 5,250m (Everest Base Camp) and 3,977m (Gyantse)
Overnight at Gyantse (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Panoramic view of Shishapangma, Cho Oyu, Mt. Everest, and Rongbuk Glacier

After having breakfast early in the morning, we will drive to Everest Base Camp - foot of the world's highest peak, Mt. Everest. On the way, we can enjoy the panorama of three giant peaks of over 8,000m - Shishapangma, Cho Oyu, and Mt. Everest. Mt. Everest is also known as Mt. Chomolungma in Tibet.

After reaching Everest Base Camp, we can get a glimpse of the stunning Rongbuk glacier. After making a 16km round trip to Everest Base Camp and spending quality time at the lap of Mt. Everest, we will drive back to Gyantse.
While driving to Gyantse, we can observe the cultivable lands, on the way. In this small town, we can experience the authentic Tibetan culture which is still untouched and intact from the Chinese culture and traditions. During the past days, this town used to be a resting place for wool traders while traveling to India.


Day 13: Gyantse Sightseeing and Drive to Lhasa

Driving Duration: 5-6 hours (260km)
Max. Altitude: 3,656m (Lhasa)
Overnight at Lhasa (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting Kumbum Stupa, Manla Dam Lake, and Pelkor Chode Monastery at Gyantse; Exploring Yamdrok Tso Lake on the way to Lhasa

Today, we will explore Gyantse town in the morning. This town is popular for the beautiful fortress and a lot of monasteries. Among all the monasteries, Kumbum Stupa which is 114ft high is the major attraction of this town. Inside this attractive building, we can observe ancient murals and sculptures. We will also visit the Manla Dam Lake and Pelkor Chode Monastery.

We will also explore Gyantse Dzong which is one of the best-preserved Dzong of Tibet. After completing Gyantse sightseeing, we will drive to Lhasa via Yamdrok Tso Lake. First, we will pass Karo La Pass (5,045m) and Khamba La Pas (4,794m). Then, we will stop at Yamdrok Tso Lake, also known as Yamdrok Yumtso, which is one of the largest sacred lakes in Tibet. Today, we will stay in Lhasa.


Day 14: Fly to Kathmandu from Lhasa

Flight Duration: 1.5 hours
Max. Altitude: Kathmandu (1,300m)
Accommodation: Kathmandu (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Scenic Flight to Kathmandu

After having breakfast, we will explore Lhasa and bid goodbye to the Tibet tour. Our Tibetan representatives will drop you at the Lhasa airport from where you will fly back to Kathmandu. On the way, you will enjoy the view of the high Himalayas and hills.
After your arrival at Kathmandu, our Nepali representatives will escort you to the hotel where you will rest and prepare for the following days' Bhutan Tour.



Day 15: Fly to Paro and Drive to Thimpu

Flight Duration: 1 hour
Driving Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes (55km)
Max. Altitude: 2,200m (Paro) and 2,334m (Thimphu)
Accommodation: Thimphu (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Scenic Flight, Exploring Ta Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang, and Rinpung Dzong

In the morning, our representative will pick you from the hotel and drop you at the airport for the scenic flight to Paro from Kathmandu. This short flight will offer you splendid views of the giant peaks of Bhutan such as Mt. Jumolhari, also known as the 'bridge of Kanchenjunga' and Mt. Jichu Drake. After the descent of the plane, you will start to witness the approaching Paro Valley, lush forests, temples, monasteries, etc. After the plane lands, our Bhutan guide will escort you to the hotel.

After having lunch and resting for a while, we will start to explore the Paro Valley with the help of the guide. First of all, we will visit Ta Dzong which used to be a watchtower during the 17th century. Now, this tower building has been renovated into a National Museum. We can observe the ancient Buddhist arts and architecture of Bhutan, bronze statues, special symbols of Bhutanese warriors, etc. inside the museum.
From Ta Dzong, we will head towards Kyichu Lhakhang which is the oldest temple in Bhutan. It is home to the eight-year-old Buddha statue of Sakyamuni which is surrounded by vibrant flowers, fields, and hills.

We will also visit Paro Rinpung Dzong which is also known as Heap of Jewels fort. It was built by Zabdrung Ngawang Namgyal who is believed to be the founder of Bhutan. Now, it has been renovated into administrative offices and a monastery.
After exploring the major sights of Paro valley, we will drive to Thimphu. In the evening, you can roam around the market of this capital city and buy souvenirs for your loved ones.



Day 16: Thimpu Sightseeing and Drive to Punakha

Driving Duration: 2.5 Hours (80km)
Max. Altitude: 2,334m (Thimphu) and 1,350 (Punakha)
Overnight at Punakha (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting King's Memorial Chorten, National Library, Buddha Dordenma, Folk Heritage Museum, School of Arts and Crafts, and Tashichho Dzong, and Scenic Drive to Punakha

In the morning, we will visit King's Memorial Chorten with Greater Himalaya's guide. It was built in the memory of Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, the third Bhutanese King.
From here, we will drive towards the hilltop of Buddha Dordenma which is a popular tourist destination in Bhutan. On the top of the hill, a 169 ft. giant metal statue of Buddha is placed which has 1,25,0000 miniature statues in its bronze body.
Afterward, we will visit Tashichho Dzong which is the headquarter of the royal government of Bhutan. This fortress houses the secretariat government and the throne room of the king.

Similarly, we will also explore Changangkhalhakhang which is one of the oldest temples of Bhutan built in the 12th century. Besides this, we will also explore the National Library, Folk Heritage Museum, and School of Arts and Crafts which will provide a deep insight into Bhutan history and a panoramic view of the ancient things being preserved in the museum.

In the evening, we will walk around Clock Tower Square and visit the local markets. We will also interact with the local people and learn about their lifestyles.
From Thimphu, we will drive to Punakha by crossing the DochuLa Pass (3,050m) and riding through the forest filled with pine and hemlock. Throughout the journey, you can witness the panorama of the huge Himalayas.


Day 17: Punakha Sightseeing and Drive to Trongsa

Driving Duration: 3-4 Hours
Max. Altitude: 1,350 (Punakha) and 2,170m (Trongsa)
Overnight at Trongsa (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting Punakha Dzong, Wangdu Phodrang Dzong, Chimi Lhakhang, and Enjoying scenic drive to Trongsa

In the morning, we will start our exploration of Punakha which used to be the capital of Bhutan. We will visit the popular Punakha Dzong which is located between Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu Rivers. It is believed to be the most beautiful dzong among the other 21 dzongs of Bhutan. The surrounding of this dzong is beautiful in spring when it is surrounded by blooming lilac Jacaranda trees.
Next, we will head towards Wangdu Phodrang Dzong from where the Punakha valley is clearly seen. It is located on the ridge so you can also enjoy the short hiking to the Rinchangang valley. It also holds one of the important statues from history and was the second capital city during the past days.

Further, we will drive to Chimi Lhakhang which was built in 1499 by the Lama Drukpa Kunley - 'Divine Madman'. It is believed that childless women can have a child by visiting this temple and receiving a blessing from the saint. Also, don't miss the Punakha festival if you are visiting Bhutan Tour around mid-February.
After exploring Punakha, we will drive to Trongsa by passing through a pastoral scene, Wangdue region where there are no forests and cross Pele La (3,240m). It will already be dark when we reach there so we will grab our dinner and spend a night in Trongsa.


Day 18: Trongsa Sightseeing and Drive to Paro

Driving Duration: 4-5 Hours
Max. Altitude: 2,170m (Trongsa) and 2,200m (Paro)
Overnight at Paro (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Visiting Trongsa Dzong, and Enjoying Scenic Drive to Paro

Trongsa is located above a river gorge on a steep slope. It is one of the popular tourist hubs of Bhutan. We will stroll around the local market of this valley. We will also visit Trongsa Dzong which presents the beauty of this valley by dominating the skyline of this region.
From Trongsa, we will drive back to Paro by enjoying the scenic ride throughout the journey.


Day 19: Hike to Tiger's Nest Monastery

Hiking Duration: 3-4 Hours
Max. Altitude: 3,120m
Overnight at Paro (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Hiking to Taktsang Monastery

Today, we will hike to Taktsang Monastery which is the landmark of Paro Valley and the holy temple of Bhutan. It is situated at the cliffs of Paro Valley at 3,120m.
It is believed that Guru Padmasambhava, also known as the Second Buddha, flew here on the back of a tigress and meditated for three months inside the caves on the cliff of Paro Valley. From this cliffside, you can see the stunning views of the Paro Valley.

First, we will drive up to the starting point of the hike and begin our hike to Taktsang. We have to walk uphill all the way. You can also hire a pony ride halfway off the trail. From halfway, you need to cover the remaining distance by the feet. It takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes to reach the top of the monastery. We will hike through the dense lush forests filled with pine trees.
The view from the top of the monastery is stunning which will wash away all our tiring climb. We will capture the moments with this monastery in photos and videos. After spending quality time on a rocky cliff, we will walk down to the highway and drive back to the hotel.


Day 20: Fly to Delhi

Flight Duration: 2 hours
Max. Altitude:
Overnight at Delhi (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Highlights: Scenic flight to Delhi

We will bid goodbye to Bhutan and Bhutanese representatives and fly to Delhi by enjoying the exciting and thrilling flight. After your arrival at Delhi's airport, our Delhi guide and driver will escort you to the hotel. You will take a rest and prepare for the following days' India tour.



Day 21: Delhi Tour

Max. Altitude: 225m
Overnight at Delhi (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch
Highlights: Exploring Red fort, Chandi Chowk, Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid Mosque, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, Bahai Temple, etc.

After enjoying breakfast early in the morning, we will explore the old and new Delhi. Both of these towns are extraordinarily rich in sightseeing. The streets of the old town are incredibly attractive, which are crowded with rickshaws and street vendors. Also, in the center of old Delhi, you can explore the red fort from the Moghul era, Chandi Chowk (Main bazaar of the old Delhi), Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid Mosque, etc.

In New Delhi, you can stroll around the Government building and India Gate around Connaught place where numerous modern shopping centers are located. Outside the center, you can visit Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, Bahai Temple (Lotus Shaped Temple), etc. We can enjoy the drive-in auto-rickshaws and taxis in the crowded streets.
After the long sightseeing of the historical and modern places of New and Old Delhi, you will be transferred to a hotel where you will be served ethnic Indian dishes. After having dinner, you will directly go to bed.


Day 22: Delhi to Jaipur

Driving Duration: 5 hours (281km)
Max. Altitude: 431m (Jaipur)
Overnight at Jaipur (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch
Highlights: Visiting Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, etc.

Today we will head towards Jaipur from Delhi early in the morning. The biggest attraction of Jaipur is it is pink in color. You will see how the buildings, walls, windows, and domes of Jaipur are neatly managed and are pink in color. On the way, we will pass through Aravalli hills and Indian idyllic villages.

After reaching Jaipur, we will rest in the hotel for a while. Jaipur is famous for jewelry, carpets, and handicrafts. After relaxing for a while, we will visit Amber Fort and Palace. You can explore this fort by riding on the top of the elephant. It was built by Raja Mansingh and is one of Indian's popular Rajput architectures. We will also explore the hallways and chamber of the palace which have unique designs.

Then, we will visit the unique Jantar Mantar which was built by Raja Jai Singh in 1728. It is a stunning stone observatory. Similarly, we will head towards 'Hawa Mahal' also known as the Palace of the Wind which was built in 1799. It is believed that this intriguing facade was built to allow the ladies of the court to view the pink city without getting caught by others.
In the evening, you can enjoy a tour of the walled city and the hectic market of Jaipur. You can buy the local items as souvenirs to your close one as this city has incredibly unique ancient arts and architecture.


Day 23: Jaipur to Agra

Driving Duration: 4 hours (247km)
Max. Altitude: 169m (Agra)
Overnight at Agra (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch
Highlights: Exploring City Palace of Jaipur, Short drive to Agra via Fathepur Sikri, and Visiting Agra Fort, Mausoleum of Mumtaz, etc.

After having breakfast, we will explore the rest of the attractions of Jaipur. We will visit the City Palace which is the residence of the Royal Family. It is still not accessible by the public. This palace was built in Rajasthani and Mughal styles. We will also visit the museums that are located inside this palace.

After making a short exploration of Jaipur, we will drive to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri. At the ghost town of Fatehpur Sikri, we will stop for the rest and lunch. It was built of red sandstone between 1570 and 1585 by Emperor Akbar. We will also explore this town. After our arrival at Agra, we will check in to the hotel and spend our leisure time wandering around the city. We will explore the Mausoleum of Mumtaz (wife of Moghvorst Shah Jahan) and enjoy the atmosphere around the surrounding area.
Agra Fort on the bank of Yamuna River is exceedingly popular for the mosques, built of marble. So, we will walk around the old town of Agra where Agra fort is located to visit the different mosques having historical values. You can also enjoy the rickshaw ride in Agra. However, to avoid the heavy price, be sure to set the price beforehand for the ride.


Day 24: Agra to Delhi

Driving Duration: 5 hours (265km)
Max. Altitude: 225m (Delhi)
Overnight at Delhi (Hotel)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner, and Lunch
Highlights: Taj Mahal, Sunrise View, Tomb of Akbar, and scenic drive to Delhi

Today, we will visit the major attraction of Agra i.e., the Taj Mahal which is popular throughout the world. It was built by Shah Jahan and Sunrise illuminates the entire Taj Mahal in the morning which will surely make you smile. Besides this, we will also visit the tomb of Akbar located in the town of Sikandra.
Then, we will proceed back to Delhi and spend our leisure time roaming around the bustling streets of this city.


Day 25: Departure from Delhi

Meals Included: Breakfast

This is the last day of our 26 Days Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India Tour. We will bid goodbye and our office representatives will drop you at the airport for a flight to your home country. We hope that you will visit Nepal and other destinations in the future and give us a chance to serve you again in the coming days. Happy Journey!!!



Best Time for Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India Tour

This tour can be undertaken in any month of the year; however, the spring season (March, April, and May) and autumn season (September, October, and November) are considered the best time for Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India Tour.

These seasons offer you the best view of this tour by supplying warm temperatures, cloudless skies, little or no rainfall along with minimal or no snowfall. Also, during these seasons, the surrounding is warm and pleasant with fresh and clean air.

Winter (December, January, and February) is another best season for this tour. It is just off-season but not the bad season. During this time, temperatures are freezing so you must be prepared to overcome the cold. However, the skies are clear which offers you panoramic views of giant peaks, monasteries, and beautiful landscapes.

Summer/Monsoon (June, July, and August) is not an ideal time to go for this tour. There is high rainfall during this time which results in landslides, muddy, and blockage of roads by making it slippery. However, it doesn't rain all day long so, if you are prepared for the adventurous journey and don't mind getting wet, then you can consider this time too for Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India Tour


Visa Requirements for Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India Tour

1. Nepal Visa

To visit Nepal, you need to obtain a Nepal Visa. It is mandatory for every traveler from any country except India. This visa can be obtained after your arrival in Nepal. You need to submit your passport having at least 6 months of validity from the start date of the tour.

If you are planning for cross-country tours, then remember to obtain a multi-entries Nepal visa.


2. Chinese Group Visa

To travel to Tibet from Nepal, you need to obtain a China Group Visa and Tibet Travel Permit. China Group Visa allows foreign travelers to fly or drive to Tibet. Since you are traveling from Nepal, this group visa will be obtained only from the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal.

It takes around 3 to 5 days to issue this visa. So, we recommend you to arrive in Kathmandu at least 1 week before the tour.


3. Tibet Visa

Tibet Travel Permit is mandatory for any foreign traveler to visit Tibet. Also, solo travel to Tibet is not allowed. So, the permit must be issued through a registered travel agency and licensed guide. It takes around 8-9 working days to issue a Tibet visa.


4. India Visa

Every traveler except nationals of Bhutan, Maldives, and Nepal needs to obtain an Indian visa before traveling to India. The visa can be obtained for 30 days to 5 years.


5. Bhutan Visa

Every traveler from any country except India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives, needs to obtain a Bhutan Visa before traveling to Bhutan. Travelers from India, Bhutan, and Bangladesh can obtain it after arriving in Bhutan.

It will be checked during the check-in process at Bhutan Airlines. Also, make sure your passport has a plain page as the visa would be stamped into your passport at the Paro airport.

However, to provide you hassle-free traveling, Greater Himalaya will obtain Nepal, Tibet, China, Bhutan, and India visas for you. You just need to send us your color scanned passport copy having at least 6 months of validity from the start of the tour and a passport-sized photo.





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