Nepal-India- Bhutan tour package provides you an experience of the three very unique countries that combine India's iconic Golden Triangle, with the spiritual nation of Nepal, and enigmatic Bhutan. It is an exciting trip that covers popular tourist attractions of three different places in South Asia. The Nepalese, Indian, and Bhutanese people have protected their sacred heritage and a unique identity for centuries, by choosing to remain concealed deeply in a jealously guarded isolation.
The Kingdom of Bhutan, which was off-limits to tourists until 1974, continues to preserve its cultural identity and integrity. The rich Himalayan flora and fauna, dazzling snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, and lush valleys provide Bhutan and Nepal with stunning beauty and beautiful grandeur. A limited number of people are now allowed every year for carefully organized Bhutan tours for cultural and trekking vacations.
Nepal is rich in historic heritage, temples, religious sites, and natural beauty. The three most popular destinations in Nepal- Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, and Chitwan National Park. Starting in the beautiful Kathmandu Valley, you will get to visit the amazing temples and monasteries of the area which include UNESCO World Heritage sites. Visit some of the most sacred sites in Nepal, and experience the unique Buddhist-influenced Hindu religion of one of the world’s most popular mountain destinations.
Chitwan National Park provides an enjoyable laidback safari by elephant-back in the sub-tropical jungles. Pokhara is a beautiful popular tourist city with amazing mountain views and many pristine lakes. We tour the natural wonders of the city and also do a short hike to Sarangkot for amazing views of the sunrise from the mighty Himalayas. This trip gives you an amazing experience of the true Nepalese people, traditions, and culture.
We begin our trip to India from Delhi. We will have a joyful cycle rickshaw ride to the Jama Masjid through the bustling Chandni Chowk and its back roads then to Raj Ghat- Mahatma Gandhi’s cremation site. Then next drive to Agra to visit the Taj Mahal which is a World Heritage Site and then visit the lovely Tomb of Etmad-Ul-Ah. Then head to Jaipur en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri, the beautiful deserted city, the extraordinary Astronomical Observatory, Palace of Winds, and City Palace Complex with its fascinating museum.
Bhutan is also known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon offers up a completely different experience of a truly Buddhist nation. We will visit Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha and get a glimpse of the rich Bhutanese culture, traditions, and lifestyle. You will explore ancient monasteries, unique construction, imposing high hill valleys, and Himalaya landscapes. We will also enjoy hiking to Bhutan’s most famous monastery, the Tigger's Nest Monastery. This is a short but amazing trip to Bhutan, which will offer you an artistic awareness of Bhutanese people. You get a chance to interact with the local people who are known to be the happiest people on earth and to witness the way of life in Bhutan.
All these places have similar climates, with distinct wet and dry seasons, which occur at roughly the same time. Spring and autumn, during the months of April, May, June, July, August, September, October, and November, is the ideal time for Nepal-India-Bhutan Tour. Winter is cold and snowy in mountainous regions although lower areas of the country are mild and warm to visit. Monsoon season is wet and slippery. Even so, the trip can be arranged throughout the year depending on where and what you want to do.
Accommodations and Meals:
The accommodation and meals vary according to the country and customer’s budget. Nepal offers a wide range of accommodation from the cheapest backpacker hostels to 4-star hotels. You can always stay at places that match your budget. The cuisine is pretty unique as it is influenced by both neighboring countries India and China. The food has a very distinct local flavor. The most popular dishes include Daal-Bhat and a host of side dishes, such as pickles, curry, meats, yogurt, and fish or you can try the famous momos.
India: Accommodations can vary from 3-star to 4-star hotels. Hotels provide a variety of continental food, you can also try local Indian cuisine.
Bhutan: Bhutan is a very different country. Tourists are required to stay in hotels with a minimum rating of 3-stars, which is part of the inclusive package. The food is very unique, and the local dishes are famous for being spicy. Chilies feature in many dishes, and cheese is another favorite ingredient. Ema Datshi is a popular dish made from chilies and cheese. Bhutan is also famous for its red rice, which is the main highlight of all Bhutanese cuisine.
The Nepal-India-Bhutan package tour can be customized according to the visitor’s interest areas and activities they want to explore. This package is a great destination for travelers seeking adventure and cultural immersion. Your trip experience will depend on the regions you visit. You will enjoy the exceptional natural beauty as well as the rare cultures of the three greatest Himalayan Kingdoms - Nepal, India, and Bhutan.
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