Bangladesh Bhutan Nepal Tour, experience art, culture, history, and nature of the three distinct yet equally beautiful nations of Bangladesh Bhutan Nepal Tour.
Bangladesh takes you off the comfort zone and provides a lifetime experience of their wonderful hospitality. It’s combined culture, an adaptation of major religions, is exhibited in forms of various art and music. The folk tale is also a medium of the exhibition that narrates the culture and tradition of religions in Bangladesh. Main attractions are Sixty Domed Mosque, Buddhist Monastery- Somapura Mahavihara and the Sunderbans-largest mangrove forest on earth. Apart from these three UNESCO heritage sites, there are other attractions as Mainamati Bihara, Salban Bihara, Mura, Itakhola Mura, Rupban Mura and Basu Vihara.
A picturesque Nepal is also a land of diverse culture and traditions and hosts a variety of mouth-watering cuisines. It is home to the highest mountain peak in the world, the Mount Everest. Royal Bengal Tiger, the one horned Rhino, ancient temples and wooden and pagoda shaped architecture are the highlights.You may leave the country but not its memories.
Bhutan also was known as Shangri is at heart of the Himalayas. Bhutan is the only nation that can provide us a glimpse into the traditional life of the people of earlier centuries. Unaffected by modernization, its landscape is marked by high mountains and deep valleys with rich and diverse ecosystems. Different ethnicities have given rise to diverse culture, multiple cuisines beautiful arts and traditions. Culture and the beautiful architectures are the prime takeaways from this tour and leave a profound impact on the visitor.
Bangladesh: 5 Nights in Bangladesh with archeological sites & Buddhist monastery of Bogra & Comia, City Temples of Paharpur.
Bhutan: 4 Nights in Bhutan with a short hike to Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest), Paro, Thimphu and Punakha with local.
Nepal: 6 Nights in Nepal with Boudhanath, Pashupati, Swoyambhunath, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Chitwan with jungle safari.
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Our representative receives you on arrival to the Dhaka airport. The city has over 700 mosques built from the 15th century onwards and is therefore known as the city of mosques. After freshening up at the hotel and if time permits, you will be provided with a half day city tour. You can shop heritage textiles and a variety of old-style and wonderful crafts. Many cafés’s and eateries that sprawl the city gives provides you an option from local to various international cuisines. Your overnight stay will be at Dhaka.Day 02
Morning drive to Camilla to visit the archaeological sites at Mainamoti followed by Salban Vihara, the relics of old Buddhist Civilization. The place is known for ancient Buddhist settlement as well. The attraction is followed by the archaeological museum, Buddhist Vihara, Itakhola Mura, Kutia Mura and Rupban Mura. Your overnight stay will be at Dhaka.Day 03
Morning drive to Bogra takes you through the Jamuna Bridge, eleventh longest bridge in the world. After breakfast, we head towards the hotel. Post lunch a visit to archaeological sites of Citadel and Mahastangarh. Then visit Khudie Patar Vita, mound Govinda Vita, Porshuram’ s vedi, MankalirKundur, and JiyatKundu. Sightseeing of archaeological museum is also an exciting view.
We will visit Basu Vihara which is the Ruins of Buddhist Monastery & Temple Complex between 4th-10th century A.D Chinese pilgrims Tahien and Hiuen Tsang mentioned that Lord Buddha and his 500 disciples visited Pundravardhana presently Mahasthangarh to preached his new Gospel, laws to the devas. You can also visit the Stupa built by King Ashoka. Your overnight stay is at BograDay 04
Today, sightseeing of Buddhist Monuments and Paharpur monasteries is on the list. Paharpur Vihara is known as the most precious heritage and has huge monastery with 177 monastic cells with courtyard. A site museum is known for remains of recovered objects, pictures of gods and goddess of Hindus. Beautiful black stone sculptures are also found on this site.
Overnight stay at Dhaka.Day 05
Today an exciting view of the Temples in the city starts with a morning visit from Dharmarajika Buddhist Temple at Kamlapur, established in 1960 at Bishuddhananda Mahathera's initiative. It is a traditional center of Bangladeshi Buddhists and houses a large collection of Buddha statues. Next sightseeing of Shakyamuni Temple and Merul Badda Buddha Temple in Mirpur.Day 06
You depart from Bangladesh for Bhutan.From the airport, you will be taken to Paro for lunch followed by the visit the National Museum of Paro. You are then driven to Thimpu for your overnight stay.Day 07
A visit to National Library, an immense collection of Buddhist manuscripts as well as English version books. Folk and Heritage museum displays livelihood and tools of Bhutanese farmers in the medieval period. You will also visit a site built for world peace, the Late King’s Memorial Stupa. Then Traditional Handmade Paper Factory and Painting School that preserves the sculptures, wood carving, and traditional paintings.
National Handicraft Emporium is the place if you are looking for souvenirs. Then an evening walks in the city before you retire to the hotel for your overnight stay.Day 08
Early morning we head towards Punakha which is across Dochula pass (3,100m).Here you can get an amazing view of the great Himalayas and the highest peak in Bhutan. En route is a temple of the divine madman, the temple of fertility. A walk through the beautiful villages and the rice fields will provide you with a chance to view the lifestyle of local people. You will reach Punakha, capital city of Bhutan till 1955 which is a Je Khenpo, residence of Chief of Abbot during winter
Post lunch visits Punakha Dzong built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1638 and situated at the junction of Pho Chu and Mo Chu Rivers. Your overnight stay will be at Thimpu.Day 09
You will head towards Paro and from the bottom of the cliff, you start your trek towards Takstang (Tiger’s Lair) monastery. Pony or horse are managed on your request by your guide up to cafeteria. Then with proper shoes, which is necessary one should be able to hike. For those who opt out can take a tour around Paro. Overnight at Paro.
Taktshang – Tiger’s Nest or Taktshang. The pelphung monastery is located on the face of a 900m sheer cliff and is one of the most venerated of Bhutan’s monasteries. The monastery is reachable only by a walk or on a pon/mule.
You will take a flight to Kathmandu for your stay overnight.The flight provides an amazing panoramic view of the green hilly landscapes crisscrosses with beautiful and clear water streams. If time permits there might be an opportunity to try shopping some beautiful traditional artifacts and try some delicious local cuisines.Day 11
Out of 10 UNESCO heritage sites, Kathmandu houses seven of them. You will explore some of these heritage sites. They date from 5th century B.C, 4th century AD. Durbar square provides you a glimpse of spectacular architectures showcasing the artistic skills of people over several centuries. Swayambhunath temple, a Buddhist Chaityas sits atop a hill overlooking most parts of the Kathmandu Valley thereby providing a beautiful panoramic view. Thamel, distinguished by its narrow alleys is crowded with various shops and vendors selling the wide range of products which includes handicrafts and souvenirs.Day 12
In the Kathmandu valley, you will explore Pashupatinath temple -the holistic Hindu temple located on the banks of the Bagmati river.It is a site for cremation for Hindus and the evening rituals (aartis) are famous among tourists.
Boudhanath is the largest Stupa in the world. The devotees believe that one circle around the Boudhanath Stupa will clear all your sins.
Bhaktapur is rich of monuments, palaces, temples and beautiful wood carvings. Open courtyards and golden color roof make the sight more beautiful. Famous painting school is also in the list of sightseeing.Day 13
After breakfast drive of 4/5 hours southward takes to Chitwan National Park, home to over hundred Royal Bengal Tigers, one horned rhino found only in India;s Kaziranga and here, and the wild elephants. Post lunch we stroll around the village getting a closer view of Tharu culture. The essence of tribal life followed from centuries can be felt in the village. Tharu tribe may provide the presentation on wildlife and their culture. Sunset view will be an outstanding experience.
We will head for morning river tour on a traditional canoe and enjoy the view of various life forms found in the river. Post lunch you can head for an elephant safari into the forest. You can see one horned rhino, wild boar and if luck favors the royal Bengal tiger.Day 15
You will be driven back to Kathmandu. Along the way, you can view the beautiful valleys and the river Trishuli.With enough time at your disposal, you will be able to go out for shopping, try local cuisines and check out the night life in the capital city of Nepal.Day 16
This marks the end of your tour and you will depart from Kathmandu. You will carry along with you a lifetime of memories to be cherished, which will be engraved in your mind as the most beautiful days of your life well spent.
The itinerary listed is a guideline and standard pattern which we provide you. This trip can be modified according to your time and requirements.