Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan Tours Package Overview
Most recommended 23 days Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan Tours exploring the world’s best natural Adventure Hub of Nepal, Vast Tibetan Plateau, and unique Bhutan.

Trip Type

Combo Trip of Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tour with professional Guide

Trip Length

Places Covered
Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan

Group Size
This tour of Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan Tours is Available as small group or Couple

Day 01 Kathmandu Arrival Hotel Ariyatara
Day 02 Kathmandu Tour Hotel Ariyatara
Day 03 Kathmandu to Chitwan Tour Hotel Jungle Villa Resort
Day 04 Chitwan Safari Tour Hotel Jungle Villa Resort
Day 05 Chitwan to Pokhara Hotel Pokhara Batika
Day 06 Pokhara to Sirangkot Hotel Pokhara Batika
Day 07 Pokhara to Kathmandu Hotel Ariyatara
Day 08 Kathmandu to Tibet Lhasa by Flight
Day 09 Lhasa Tour
Day 10 Lhasa to Shigatse
Day 11 Shigatse to Everest Base Camp
Day 12 Everest Base Camp to Kyirong
Day 13 Gyirong to Tibetan Border to Kathmandu
Day 14 Kathmandu to Paro BHUTAN Hotel Migmar
Day 15 Thimphu to Punakha Hotel Vara
Day 16 Punakha to Phobjikha Tour Hotel Dewachen
Day 17 Phobjikha Valley Excursion Hotel Dewachen
Day 18 Phobjikha to Thimphu Hotel Phuntsho Pelri
Day 19 Thimphu to Haa Tour Hotel Lhayul
Day 20 Haa to Paro Hotel Trashi Namgay
Day 21 Paro Tour Hotel Trashi Namgay
Day 22 Paro Tiger Nest Hike Hotel Trashi Namgay
Day 23 Departure from Bhutan

NEPAL –TIBET and BHUTAN Tour Itinerary

Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tours (THREE JEWELS OF HIMALAYA).

Day 1: Arrival at Nepal Kathmandu:

Your tour of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan will start from Nepal. Picked up from the airport to check into your hotel. Later in the afternoon, you will visit the Swoyambhunath Stupa also known as the Monkey temple. You will be given leisure time at Nepal on first day to acclimatize with the altitude. Overnight at a hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing:

Today you have a full day of sightseeing. The morning after breakfast you will visit the famous Bhaktapur city one of Nepal’s major UNESCO World Heritage cities. After that, you will have lunch sometime in between and see the famous Bouddhanath Stupa, one of the largest Buddhist stupa. Overnight at a hotel.

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View of Kathmandu Valley Nepal

Day 03: Kathmandu to Chitwan Tour:

Today you will take the drive to Chitwan. You will leave early morning for this 6 to 7-hour drive to Chitwan. You will check into the riverside resort and start your Jungle safari package trip for two nights and 3 days. This trip includes birdwatching, jungle walks, elephant safari, visit the crocodile breeding center, local cultural dances, and exploring the southern Nepal native people village.

Day 04: Chitwan Safari in Nepal:

Continue your Jungle Safari trip the whole day. You shall come across many endangered wild animals like the one-horned Rhino. You will spend your whole day on safari. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 05: Chitwan to Pokhara:

Drive for about 6 hours. Check into the hotel and rest the evening. You are free to explore the lakeside area by yourself.

Day 06: Pokhara Sightseeing:

Early morning drive up to Sarangkot hill to have the sunrise. You will have the first morning lights hit the whole Annapurna range of mountains and also have a panoramic view of the Pokhara valley. Get back to the hotel and rest. Free to explore the day by yourself. You can enjoy the boat ride in the Fewa lake or relax with food around restaurants around there. Overnight at a hotel.

Nepal Pokhara Tour

Para Gliders at Phewa lake at Pokhara

Day 07: Pokhara to Kathmandu:

Today you will fly back to Kathmandu. It’s a 25-minute flight. Arrive and get transferred to your hotel. In the afternoon you are free to explore the touristy town of Thamel and do your last-minute shopping. Overnight at a hotel.

Day 08: Nepal to TIBET Tour (Fly to Lhasa, Tibet (B)

Upon arrival at Lhasa’s Gongar airport, you will be met and welcomed by your Tibetan guide and taken to your hotel.   Walk around Lhasa, a city with an altitude of 3,550 meters (12,000 feet) located at the foot of Mount Gephel.  Lhasa is the administrative capital of the Tibetan plateau.  This ancient city is best known as the home of the Dalai Lama’s Potala Palace.

In the early 7thcentury, King Srongtsen Gompo unified the many local tribes.  After unification, he moved the capital from Yarlung to Lhasa and constructed Potala Palace.  Visit centuries-old Buddhist monasteries, palaces, and busy Barkhor Street, the famous local market area.  Approximately 300,000 people live in the Lhasa area.  Lhasa means “Place of the Gods”.  Here, the major religion is Tibetan Buddhism.  Locals call it by another name, “Sunlit City.”  Bring warm clothing as a cold wind runs through the city.  The annual average temperature is 7 degrees Celsius. Overnight in Lhasa.

Day 09 Explore Lhasa (B)

Explore Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, and Jokhang Temple. Legendary Potala Place is located at the top of Red Hill with the best view of Lhasa city.  Potala has two parts: the first part is the White Place and the second is the Red.  It was originally built for mediation in the 7th century by King Srongtsen Gompo.

Years later the 5th Dalai Lama renovated it by completing the white and red wing in 1694.  Now, Potala Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and open to visitors.  You can visit various chapels, the gallery, the tombs of the Dalai Lamas, and the official chapel of the 14th Dalai Lama until 1959.

Sera Monastery is a famous historic religious site.  Built-in 1419 by a student of Tsongkhapa, it is one of the three largest monasteries in Lhasa, the others being Ganden and Drepung.  It is a major center for the Gelukpa sect of Buddhism.  Sera Monastery is 2 miles from the center of Lhasa.  During the cultural revolution of 1959, the monastery was damaged and many monks were killed.  It has been rebuilt and open for visitors. The heart of Lhasa is Jokhang Temple, the spiritual center.  It was constructed by King Srongtsen Gompo, Queen Bhrikuti, and Wencheng.

This mysterious temple is located in Barkhor Square and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  The monastery s a fusion of Nepalese and Tibetan art with architecture on wood and metal. Overnight in Lhasa.

Lhasa Airport in Tibet

Tibetan Airlines at Lhasa Airport

Day 10: Tour to Lhasa (3650m) to Shigatse(3900m) via Gyantse (B)

After breakfast drive to Shigatse. Now you must be acclimatized with altitude and Shigatse is 3900m. On the way, you can see the beautiful view of Yamdrok Tsho(4400m) or the lake. The lake is surrounded by many beautiful snowcapped mountains, the highest being Mt.Nyenchen Khangsar(7191m) in Lhasa.

You can also see Karola Glacier on the way to Shigatse. Upon arrival at Gyantse Tibet 3rd largest city, visits the famous Pelkar Monastery and enjoy the view of Gyantse Fortress.

Stay overnight in Shigatse

Day 11: Shigatse (3900m) to EBC Tour(5200m) via Tingri (B)

The day begins with a visit to higher altitude sights. Before that get a special permit to visit EBC. After the permit procession drive towards the small town of Lhatse where you shall have your lunch.

After lunch drive to Mt. Everest national Reserve crossing Tsola Pass(4600m) and Gyatsola Pass(5248m).

We shall stop here at the pass to view the 360-degree view of Himalaya at Gawula Pass (5198m). Drive further to Everest base camp(5200m) where you can see lots of tourists preparing for the mountain summit. Stay overnight at Rongbuk monastery guest house.

Day 12: EBC to Kyirong(Gyirong) Border 370km

Today you have a long drive towards the border. If you rise early in the morning you can view the morning sunshine touching Everest Peak. We shall also visit the highest altitude monastery Rongbuk where monks and Nuns live here. If time permits we shall visit EBC to take a closer picture of Everest on the Tibetan side. The driver further to the Kyirong border and enjoy the breathtaking views of Mt. Shishapangma and Pekutsho lake.

Stay overnight in the guesthouse in Kyirong

Day 13: Gyirong border to Kathmandu (B)

You shall be assisted by our Guide to exit Tibet or China in the Immigration office and here your tour gets over. You can shake hands with our driver and Guide and they shall pray for your safe return to your Home country. Our team from Nepal will be waiting for you at the Nepal side gates for your comfortable journey into Nepal Capital Kathmandu. We use a comfortable SUV car for this trip as the road condition from Gyirong to Kathmandu is not good.

Day 14: Kathmandu to Paro-Thimphu

The sightseeing includes a visit to the late 3rd King memorial Chorten and he was also called the father of modern Bhutan because he was the person who brought modern education to Bhutan. Visit to simply Bhutan museum for a local experience of archery and dart.

Afternoon the guest can visit the local centenary farmers market followed by Trashichhodzong. Overnight at Hotel.

Tallest Bhudha Statue in Thimphu

Tallest Budha Statue overlooking Thimphu valley


Day 15: Thimphu to Punakha

Punakha is the winter residence for Je Khenpo the religious head of the state. Punakha was declared capital of Bhutan in 1651 till 1963 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel the first saint to come to Bhutan from Tibet who unified the country. Punakha is very important for Bhutan because the first King of Bhutan was crowed in Punakha Dzong.  On the way towards Punakha You can visit Dochula pass(3140M) with 108 small stupas raised in memory of the fallen army. The stupas was built by the fourth queen of Bhutan. Follow the winding road downhill towards the warmer valley to Punakha, visit Chimi Lhakhang the fertility temple, and check into Hotel.

Day 16: Punakha to Phobjikha Tour

Before proceeding to Phobjikha visit the longest suspension bridge(180M) connecting two small villages with Punakha dzong. The views from the bridge are beautiful. Proceed to Phobjikha the glacial village. The village stands in glacial formed land which is 3 hours drive from Punakha. Visit monasteries and villages at Gangtey. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 17: Phobjikha valley excursion

Hiking trails are very beautiful in this village. The village walk can be mesmerizing and we will definitely take you for the walk that will mark your memory. Phobjikha is the breeding center for rare Bird species named Black Necked Crane and is preserved for their habitat.

Day 18. Phobjikha to Thimphu (160Km 5 hours journey):

After breakfast drive to Thimphu. The drive is long, after the arrival drive to tallest standing Budha dordenna overlooking Thimphu valley followed by a visit to the folk heritage museum. Overnight at Hotel. 

Day 19: Thimphu to Haa Tour:

Haa is a small western district and 4 hours journey from Thimphu. There are two routes from Thimphu. One route leading through villages but the longer duration and another via Paro is short. We will take you through the village and return Paro via short distance visiting Chele la pass the highest route road 3900m.

While in Haa visit black and white monasteries and enjoy the authentic beauty of haa. We shall also arrange for local trout fish meals at the farmhouse. If time permits we shall take you for a hike through villages.

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View of Haa valley from Chelela

Day 20:Haa to via Chelela pass with beautiful Kili Goenpa Hike- Paro.

Start early to get a good view of snow-capped Chomolhari mountain (7326M) from chelela pass(3988m). On the way, you can make the Hike down from chelela pass through rhododendron forest and wildflowers. The downhill hike will take you 1 hour to reach Kili Goenpa nunnery perched over a cliff just like Taktsang. Your pack lunch will be served with a monastery view. After lunch drives further down to view the Paro village.

Day 21:Paro Sightseeing

Visit Drugyel Dzong also called victory dzong followed by 16th-century kyichu Lhakhang. In the evening leisure time at Paro town. You can visit the handicraft shop, visit CAFÉ for fresh coffee. You could see lots of handicrafts and coffee houses on the same street.

Paro Airport View

Paro Airport in Bhutan

Day 22: Paro Taktsang Hike(Tiger Nest Temple)

The most awaited hike to the tiger nest starts from the base. The hike takes you 3 hours if you are fit and 5 hours if you take a horse ride. The program takes the whole day and in the evening we advise you to take a Hot stone bath with local wine which will relax your tired body after Tiger nest HIKE.

Day 23:Bhutan to Nepal Kathmandu or Delhi and SEE OFF:

Your Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tours will end here. We would like you to give us feedback on the tours of Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan. If we lack any services on the Himalayan Kingdom tours please mail us the ways to improve.

Tibet Travel Visa and Permit information:

Latest Tibet Travel Permit and Tibet Group Visa Updated on Aug 31st, 2019

Tibet travel permit regulation is unchanged and still, there is a restriction on multi-nationality group permits, but if there are only two different nationalities in a group, then it is allowed to obtain the Tibet travel permit.

Recently the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu Nepal has announced a new regulation for the Tibet Group Visa for 26 different nationalities. All these 26 different nationalities won’t issue the Tibet Group Visa from the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu, they should apply for the Tibet Group Visa from the Chinese Embassy in their home country.

Upon getting a Chinese Visa you need to apply Tibet Travel Permit which will be handled by a local Tour operator based in Tibet.

Bhutan Visa Information.

Bhutan Visa is stamped upon arrival. For that, you need to process your Bhutan Visa in advance using the local Tour operator based in Bhutan. The local Tour Operator of Bhutan in return will advise you of the procedure.

For Bhutan Visa, you need to have confirmed Flight tickets to Bhutan if you are flying with a valid passport of more than 6 months during your departure from the country. 100% payment transfer is the requirement for Visa to get approved. Your program should be finalized in advance before the Visa is processed and the tour itinerary is done as per your Visa approval letter issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Any last-minute changes in the program may affect your tour.

Nepal Visa.

Nepal Visa is given upon arrival at the airport. For that you need to pay USD 30 for 15 days multiple entry Visa and On Arrival Visa Fee at Entry Points

15 Days – 30 USD

30 Days – 50 USD

90 Days – 125 USD

Visa Extension Fee 

  • Tourist visa extension is done for a minimum of 15 days with USD 45 and USD 3 per day for additional days.
  • In the case of a delay of fewer than 150 days, additional USD 5 per day is a late fine.


Tibet accommodation will depend upon the availability of the Hotel but most of the time we keep our guests in a minimum 3-star Property. We shall provide you with hotel details once you confirm the tour.


Accommodation in Kathmandu: Aryatara Kathmandu Hotel

Accommodation in Chitwan: Jungle Villa Resort

Accommodation in Pokhara: Hotel Pokhara Batika


Paro Hotel Tashi Namgay Resort/similar

Thimphu: Hotel Migmar/similar Phendyling/similar

Punakha: Hotel Drupchu/similar

Phobjikha: Hotel Dewachen/similar


All meals.

English speaking Guide

All transportation


Any Insurance coverage


* All accommodation in Kathmandu, Chitwan, and Pokhara.

* All airport transfers.

* An SUV-type vehicle (with a driver) for the drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan and from Chitwan to Pokhara.

* One-way flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu.

* Jungle safari activities and meals while staying in Chitwan.

* A tour guide and vehicle on all sightseeing tours.

* All entrance fees to heritage sites.

* Pick from the border of Gyirong from Tibet to Kathmandu overland.


* Lunches and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

* Any extra costs if the itinerary is changed.

* Any tips/gratuities you may want to give to your guides, waiters, drivers, etc. 


  1. All Meals [Breakfast /Lunch/Dinner]
  2. Accommodation [Twin Sharing] in 3 Star Hotel, Single Room Supplement Extra US $: 40 per room per night.
  3. All transportation within the country including airport transfers.
  4. Royalty & Govt. Taxes
  5. Entrance fees for Museums and Monuments only
  6. Visa Fee.
  7. Airport tax
  8. Tourism Development fund
  9. Sightseeing

BHUTAN EXCLUSION                                                             

* Druk Air fare.

* Insurance Premiums,

* Payments for service provided on a personal basis

* Cost for any services not mentioned in the “Cost Include head”

* Cost incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc.

* Personal expense in items such as laundry, soft drinks, Camera Charges, Bottle water, incidentals, Portage, Bellboy charges tips or any other services

We shall give you the latest information on Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan Travel Guide once you mail us the requirements. We are still working on the latest travel information for TIBET for 2022 as there were so many changes due to the novel corona Virus pandemic. We also came to know that there will be additional flight routes from this summer for visit to Tibet. Please contact us for more information.

To have good experience of Triple Himalayas Tour you need to have excellent local Guide for Bhutan,Nepal and Tibet. We carefully select a professional Guide with good recommendation from our past clients who will guide you to explore the most unbeaten roads to this beautiful country.

Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan Tours is the most recommended tour to experience the Kingdom in the Himalayas.

FAQ about Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan Tour

How can I Book this Trip to Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan?

Ans: We take care of all your arrangement for Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. We have registered offices in all of these three countries. Our team from Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan will receive you at the airport upon arrival at each destination.

How can I apply for Tibet and Bhutan Visa?

Tibet and Bhutan Visa application works similar. Upon arrival in Nepal, your documents will be collected by our staff to apply for Tibet Visa. The Tibet visa takes at least 4 working days depending upon the season you are traveling. As for Bhutan Visa upon receiving the tour payment our office at Bhutan will apply for your Visa. Bhutan Visa takes just 3 working days and the same will be emailed to you.

What is the Best Season to travel to Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan?

If you are taking all 3 countries then the best season to book this trip would befall (September, October, and November). Tibet is very cold during the spring season but is best in Autumn.