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Three Himalayan Kingdoms Tour

  • Bhutan Sikkim and Ladakh Tour
  • Max People : 16
  • Wifi Available
  • Jan 24’ - Dec 24'
  • Min Age : 12+
  • Pickup: Delhi International Airport

Travel on an extraordinary journey with our Bhutan, Sikkim, and Ladakh Tour. Immerse yourself in the spiritual charm of Bhutan’s monasteries, traverse the lush landscapes of Sikkim with its vibrant culture, and witness the rugged beauty of Ladakh’s high-altitude wonders. From the iconic Tiger’s Nest to the serene lakes of Sikkim and the majestic peaks of Ladakh, this tour unfolds a tapestry of diverse heritage, spirituality, and natural splendors. Join us for a seamless blend of cultural exploration and breathtaking landscapes, creating unforgettable memories across the enchanting realms of Bhutan, Sikkim, and Ladakh.

Departure & Return Location

Delhi/Bagdugra Airport.

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Hotels and Accommodation

All hotels in Bhutan, Sikkim and Ladakh are 3 star Hotels with modern aminities.

Trip Advisory for Bhutan,Sikkim and Ladakh Tour

  • Carry proper documents 
  • Obtain the necessary visas for Bhutan and India, including the special permits required for certain regions.

  • Consult with a healthcare professional for recommended vaccinations.

  • Bhutan, Sikkim, and Ladakh have high-altitude regions. Acclimatize gradually to prevent altitude sickness.

  • Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the tour.

  • Check the weather conditions for your travel period and pack accordingly.
  • Make sure your Visa for Bhutan and India is done well in advance.
  • Respect local customs and traditions. Dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites.

Price Includes

  • Professional English speaking Guide throughout the Trip of Bhutan Sikkim and Ladakh
  • All meals and beverages during the tour of Himalayan Kingdom
  • Documents procession for Bhutan Sikkim and Ladakh
  • All meals as per the Itinerary
  • Bhutan, Sikkim and Ladakh Royalty and Government Taxes
  • Services such as tour permit, for Sikkim Bhutan and Ladakh royalty and other services
  • Transportation for Bhutan Sikkim and Ladakh

Price Excludes

  • Travel Insurance
  • Bills of Personal Nature
  • International airfare/Domestic
  • Himalayan toy train ride in Darjeeling, tips etc. 
  • Emergency rescue evacuation if needed
  • Extra expenses due to unforeseen circumstances such as landslide/strike/accidents/natural calamities, Ropeway

Tour Highlight on Bhutan,Sikkim and Ladakh Tour

  • Explore Iconic places of Bhutan, Ladakh and Sikkim
  • In Bhutan, explore mystical monasteries and the iconic Tiger's Nest.
  • Venture to Ladakh for breathtaking landscapes, ancient monasteries, and the mesmerizing Pangong Lake.
  • Conclude in Sikkim, where lush valleys, the mighty Kanchenjunga, and vibrant cultures await.
  • This unique tour promises a harmonious blend of spiritual tranquility, natural grandeur, and cultural richness across the diverse landscapes of Bhutan, Ladakh, and Sikkim.
Detail Tour Program for Bhutan, Ladakh and Sikkim Tour

Day 1Depart from USA for Bhutan, Sikkim and Ladakh Tour

Arrival at Delhi international airport and our team from Excursion to Himalayas will receive you and drive you to Hotels.

Day 2Delhi to Ladakh Airport

Traveling from Delhi to Ladakh’s Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is an awe-inspiring journey. Nestled amidst the towering peaks of the Himalayas, this high-altitude airport welcomes visitors to the surreal landscapes of Ladakh. The flight provides a mesmerizing introduction to the region’s stark beauty and cultural richness.

Day 3Ladakh Tour

Embark on a Ladakh tour, a mesmerizing adventure where rugged landscapes meet ancient monasteries. Explore the breathtaking beauty of high-altitude lakes, majestic mountains, and immerse yourself in the unique culture of this Himalayan gem. Ladakh promises an unforgettable journey into the heart of tranquility and grandeur.

Day 4Shantu and Chanspa Stupas, Shankar Monastery, Leh Palace, Spituk and Phyang Monasteries

Discover the spiritual and cultural wonders of Ladakh with a visit to Shanti Stupa and Chanspa Stupa, offering serene vistas. Explore the ancient Shankar Monastery, a haven of Buddhist art. Marvel at the Leh Palace, an architectural gem steeped in history. Witness the divine ambiance of Spituk and Phyang Monasteries, where traditional rituals and vibrant festivals unfold. Each site, with its unique charm, contributes to the tapestry of Ladakh’s rich heritage, inviting travelers to immerse themselves in the spiritual and architectural marvels of this Himalayan region.

Day 5Tiksey and Stok Monasteries, Shey Palace

Explore Ladakh’s cultural treasures with visits to Tiksey and Stok Monasteries, each housing ancient artifacts and spiritual serenity. Uncover the historical grandeur of Shey Palace, once the summer retreat of Ladakh’s royalty, adorned with exquisite murals and sculptures. These landmarks offer a captivating journey through Ladakh’s history, art, and religious traditions, providing visitors with a profound insight into the region’s rich heritage amidst the breathtaking Himalayan landscapes.

Day 6Likir Monastery, Aichi Monastery

Nestled in the serene landscapes of Ladakh, Likir Monastery stands as a beacon of Buddhist spirituality. Home to intricately carved statues and vibrant murals, it exudes a peaceful ambiance. Aichi Monastery, an architectural gem, complements Likir with its unique charm. Together, these monastic wonders showcase Ladakh’s cultural richness, inviting visitors to witness the harmonious blend of spirituality and artistry against the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas. Explore Likir and Aichi Monasteries for an immersive journey into Ladakh’s ancient traditions and the tranquil beauty of its monastic heritage.

Day 7Fly Leh to Bagdogra, India and drive to Sikkim

The journey from Leh airport to Bagdogra Airport unfolds a seamless connection to the scenic landscapes of the Darjeeling region. Located in Siliguri, West Bengal, Bagdogra Airport serves as a gateway to the Himalayan destinations of Darjeeling, Sikkim, and Bhutan, offering travelers a convenient access point to the breathtaking beauty of the Eastern Himalayas. Our team will receive you at the airport and drive you to Sikkim.

Day 8Sikkim Khecheopari Lake, Pemayangtse Monastery. Overnight Pelling

Nestled in the enchanting landscapes of Sikkim, Khecheopari Lake stands as a sacred oasis surrounded by lush forests. Known for its crystal-clear waters and serene ambiance, it holds deep religious significance. Nearby, the ancient Pemayangtse Monastery, founded in 1705, is a cultural treasure. Adorned with ancient artifacts and intricate murals, it offers a glimpse into Sikkim’s rich Buddhist heritage. Together, Khecheopari Lake and Pemayangtse Monastery create a spiritual and cultural haven, inviting traveler to explore the natural beauty and historical charm of this Himalayan region.



Day 9Drive Pelling to Gangtok and overnight at Hotel

Embarking on the scenic journey from Pelling to Gangtok offers a delightful exploration of Sikkim’s beauty. Highlights of the drive include: Pemayangtse Monastery: Begin your journey by visiting this historic monastery, renowned for its ancient artifacts and spiritual significance. Rabdentse Ruins: Explore the remnants of the ancient capital of Sikkim, offering a glimpse into the region’s royal history.

Day 10:Rumtek and Enchey Monasteries, Droul Chorthen, Research Institute of Tibetology

Embark on a spiritual journey in Sikkim with visits to Rumtek and Enchey Monasteries, each a haven of Buddhist serenity adorned with vibrant murals and ancient artifacts. Droul Chorthen, a revered stupa, adds to the spiritual allure with its sacred ambiance. Delve into the profound world of Tibetan studies at the Research Institute of Tibetology, where ancient manuscripts and cultural artifacts unfold the rich tapestry of Himalayan heritage. Together, Rumtek and Enchey Monasteries, Droul Chorthen, and the Research Institute of Tibetology offer a captivating exploration of Sikkim’s spiritual and cultural treasures amidst the breathtaking Himalayan landscapes.

Day 11:Zang Dhok Palri and Zhekar Choede Monasteries. Overnight in Kalimpong

Zang Dhok Palri Monastery: Located in Kalimpong, West Bengal, Zang Dhok Palri Monastery is a revered Buddhist site known for its stunning architecture, vibrant murals, and intricate Tibetan-style paintings in the main prayer hall. Surrounded by lush greenery, it offers a tranquil ambiance for meditation. Pilgrims and visitors seek spiritual solace and breathtaking views in this serene retreat.

Zhekar Choede Monastery: Nestled in Ghoom near Darjeeling, Zhekar Choede Monastery is a prominent Tibetan Buddhist site with a 15-foot high statue of Maitreya Buddha, adorned in colorful silk robes. Visitors witness rhythmic chants during prayer sessions, and the monastery provides panoramic mountain views, enhancing the spiritual experience. Zhekar Choede Monastery stands as a cultural and spiritual gem in the Eastern Himalayas.

Day 12:Drive Kalimpong to Phuntsholing. Bhutan Gate. Zangto Pelri Lhakhang. Overnight Phuntsholing

Embarking on a journey from Kalimpong to Phuntsholing unveils a picturesque drive through the enchanting landscapes of the Eastern Himalayas. As you wind through the lush greenery of Kalimpong, the road gradually leads you to the Bhutanese border town of Phuntsholing. Along the way, travelers are treated to panoramic views of rolling hills, terraced fields, and charming villages. The journey captures the essence of the region, blending the natural beauty of West Bengal with the cultural allure of Bhutan. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or a cultural explorer, the drive to Phuntsholing promises a memorable and scenic adventure.



Day 13:Kharbandi Gompa. Transfer to Thimphu. Tashichho Dzong, Kings Memorial Chorten,

The road journey from Phuntsholing to Thimphu unfolds a captivating odyssey through the heart of Bhutan. As you leave the border town of Phuntsholing, the road winds through the lush landscapes of Bhutan, revealing terraced fields, dense forests, and traditional Bhutanese villages. En route, make a stop at Kharbandi Gompa, offering panoramic views of Phuntsholing. The journey continues through picturesque mountain passes like Chapcha and Dochula, each presenting breathtaking vistas. As you approach Thimphu, the capital city welcomes you with its unique blend of tradition and modernity. The Phuntsholing to Thimphu tour is not just a road trip; it’s an immersive experience into the cultural and natural treasures of Bhutan.

Day 14:Thimphu sightseeing at Changangkha Lakhang and Drive to Gangtey.

Thimphu Sightseeing at Changangkha Lakhang:

  • Begin your Thimphu exploration at Changangkha Lakhang, a revered temple perched on a ridge overlooking the city.
  • Built in the 12th century, the temple is dedicated to Avalokiteshvara, the compassionate Bodhisattva.
  • Admire the traditional Bhutanese architecture, intricate murals, and the serene ambiance of this spiritual haven.
  • Enjoy panoramic views of Thimphu Valley from the temple’s vantage point.
  • The visit offers a glimpse into Bhutanese religious practices and cultural heritage.

Drive to Gangtey:

  • Embark on a scenic drive from Thimphu to Gangtey, a mesmerizing journey through Bhutan’s pristine landscapes.
  • Traverse mountain passes and lush valleys, encountering stunning vistas along the way.
  • The road trip provides opportunities to witness traditional Bhutanese villages and their unique way of life.
  • Gangtey, nestled in the Phobjikha Valley, welcomes you with its serene beauty and the iconic Gangtey Monastery.
  • The drive is a perfect blend of natural splendor and cultural immersion, offering a memorable experience in the heart of Bhutan.

Day 15:Attend Gangtey Festival from 16th to 18th September 2024

Bhutan is known for its vibrant and colorful festivals, and Gangtey, also known as Phobjikha Valley, hosts various events and celebrations throughout the year. Gangtey festival is scheduled from 16th to 18th september this year 2024.

Other festivals in Gangtey is the Black-Necked Crane Festival held in 11th November every year. This festival celebrates the arrival of the endangered black-necked cranes to the Phobjikha Valley. The locals organize cultural programs, traditional mask dances, and various activities to raise awareness about the importance of conserving these majestic birds and their habitats.

Please note that festival schedules and events may vary, and it’s advisable to check with local authorities or travel organizers for the most up-to-date information on festivals in Gangtey or any new festivals that might have been introduced since my last update.

Day 16:Gangtey to Punakha

Travel to Punakha after attending gangtye festival. Visit Punakha Dzong

Day 17:Drive to Paro. Visit Kyichu Lhakhang.

Embark on a mesmerizing journey from Punakha to Paro, exploring Bhutan’s cultural gems. Witness the grandeur of Punakha Dzong and Chimi Lhakhang. Traverse scenic landscapes, cross Dochula Pass, and behold the iconic 108 stupas. Arrive in Paro to discover the historic Paro Dzong and the sacred Kyichu Lhakhang, immersed in Bhutanese spirituality.

Day 18:Paro Ta Dzong (National Museum of Bhutan), Rinpung Dzong, Paro Dzong

Paro Ta Dzong (National Museum of Bhutan): Perched above Paro, Ta Dzong is Bhutan’s National Museum. This former watchtower showcases Bhutanese art, relics, and exhibits on the country’s cultural heritage. Visitors explore a rich tapestry of history, religion, and traditions in this unique repository.

Rinpung Dzong: Rinpung Dzong, known as Paro Dzong, stands as a fortress-monastery on the banks of the Paro Chhu River. Majestic and imposing, it houses sacred relics, intricate murals, and serves as a vibrant center for religious and cultural events.

Paro Dzong: Paro Dzong, officially named Rinpung Dzong, combines spiritual significance and architectural splendor. This fortress-monastery, surrounded by scenic beauty, hosts the annual Paro Tsechu festival, attracting locals and tourists alike. Its timeless charm and cultural prominence make it a must-visit in Bhutan.

Day 19:Trek to Tiger’s Nest in Paro

The trek to Tiger’s Nest, or Paro Taktsang, is an iconic and spiritually significant journey in Bhutan. Nestled on a cliffside in the Paro Valley, the monastery is a revered pilgrimage site. The trek weaves through lush forests, offering breathtaking views. As you ascend, catch glimpses of the monastery clinging to the mountainside. The final climb includes stone steps carved into the rock. Upon reaching Tiger’s Nest, soak in the spiritual ambiance and panoramic vistas, immersing yourself in Bhutan’s cultural and natural beauty. It’s a challenging yet rewarding trek, epitomizing the country’s unique charm.

Day 20:Fly to Delhi. Board overnight flight to USA

Embark on a journey from Paro to Delhi, marking the end of your travel. Following your stay in Delhi, board an overnight flight to the USA. As you soar through the skies, reflect on the memories made during your trip and anticipate the comfort of your homeward journey. Safe travels and cherish the experiences from your time abroad.

Bhutan Sikkim and Ladakh Tour Map
FAQ About Bhutan Sikkim and Ladakh

Do I need a visa to visit Bhutan?

Yes, tourists need a visa to enter Bhutan. It is usually processed through an authorized Bhutanese tour operator.

What is the best time to visit Bhutan?

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are considered ideal for pleasant weather and vibrant landscapes.

Are there restrictions on the number of tourists in Bhutan?

Bhutan follows a “High Value, Low Impact” tourism policy, limiting the number of tourists to preserve its culture and environment.

How can I acclimatize to the high altitude in Ladakh?

Take it easy upon arrival, stay hydrated, and allow time for acclimatization before engaging in strenuous activities.

Are there permits required for certain areas in Ladakh?

Yes, some areas, like Pangong Lake and Nubra Valley, require permits. These can be obtained in Leh.

What are the must-visit places in Ladakh?

Popular attractions include Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, Magnetic Hill, Shanti Stupa, and monasteries like Thiksey and Hemis.

How can I reach Sikkim?

The nearest airport is in Bagdogra, West Bengal. From there, you can take a taxi or bus to reach Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim.

Are permits required to visit certain areas in Sikkim?

Yes, permits are needed for certain restricted areas, such as Nathula Pass. Your tour operator can assist in obtaining them.

What are the major festivals in Sikkim?

Sikkim celebrates various festivals, including Losar, Dasain, Tihar, and the colorful Pang Lhabsol.

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