Bhutan Nepal Tour is the most pleasant trip for tourist. As the number of tourists is comparatively low in Bhutan, it would be a peaceful stroll in the beautiful villages. Nepal, on the other hand, gives you a taste of rich heritage and tradition and the view of Himalayan range from both these countries will definitely fascinate you.
Bhutan, a country surrounded by the Himalayas has remained in a distance in terms of culture with rest of the world. It is rich in natural beauty and landscape. The scenic spots in this country are quite mesmerizing, the valleys and hills are extremely beautiful. Population in Bhutan is considered to be the most peaceful and friendly. At present Bhutan is considered as one of the best tourist destination for peace and tranquility.
Nepal a country rich with natural beauty and traditional market and heritage site has lately become the most popular tourist destination. One horned Rhino, Royal Bengal tiger and many other species of animals are found in the dense forest of Nepal. It is the best place to enjoy the foliage and beautiful hills. The market and local life of this country still follow a beautiful Orthodox lifestyle. It is a country that is rich from every aspect for tourist to move around.
Bhutan: 6 Nights in Bhutan with Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest), Capital City Thimphu, Punakha with Chimi Lhakhang Hike, Phobjikha with Bhutanese lifestyle.
Nepal: 6 Nights in Kathmandu Nepal with Boudha Stupa, Pashupatinath, Monkey Temple, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Chitwan national park with jungle safari.
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Land at Paro and drive towards Thimphu an altitude of 2300m. You can move around at Thimphu and see the beautiful market and villages. Shopping can also be an exciting activity in the local market. Another option would be to just move around and see the culture and tradition of this place. Overnight at Thimphu.Day 02
Today you can roam around the local market and get a close view of the tradition and People. Then we head towards other remarkable places of Thimphu. You can see the school of art and craft one of the famous school as the student learn 13 different type of arts. Handmade paper mill is on the list to visit. Then we drive towards Changangkha Lhakhang via Memorial Chorten (temple). Changangkha Lhakhang is a vibrant Buddhist temple offering amazing views. The temple is one of the oldest in Thimphu and is quite close to Motithang Zoo.Day 03
Head towards Punakha via Dochula pass 3010m. On the way a great view can be seen if it is a clear day, you can enjoy the scene and take pictures for your memories. Punakha is renowned for Punakha Dzong, a 17th-century fortress at the juncture of the Pho and Mo Chhu rivers. You get a chance to visit Souvenir making center as well. Overnight at PunakhaDay 04
Today we will walk to Chimi Lhakhang Buddhist Monastery in Punakha district, also known as the temple of Fertility. It stands on a round hillock and was built in 1499 and famous for phallus art. On the way is Wangdi town where you can meet the locals and view their culture. Further you will walk towards Phobjikha 3140m the highest road pass of the trip. Then you can visit Gangtey Gompa, an important monastery of Nyingmapa school of Buddhism and the main seat of Pema Lingpa tradition. Evening you can walk around Phobjikha and view the lifestyle and tradition or relax at the hotel.Day 05
Head back towards Paro to visit the National Museum, it holds in its possession over 3,000 works of Bhutanese art, covering more than 1,500 years of Bhutan's cultural heritage. Its rich holdings of various creative traditions and disciplines. Next we walk through the oldest wooden bridge towards Paro Dzong. Paro Dzong is located on a steep hillside and is considered the most fascinating structure to view. In the evening you can enjoy the local handicrafts in the Paro and if you are a food lover then you can visit the local restaurant to try the local dishes.Day 06
Today we visit one from the oldest two temple Kichu Lakhang a prominent Himalayan Buddhist temple. Then we stride towards Drukgyal Dzong, once the fortress and Buddhist Monastery now in ruins. Next we hike towards Paro Taktsang also called as Tiger’s Nest a noticeable sacred site located on the cliff of upper Paro valley. The view from this Monastery is eye catching and you can enjoy the beautiful and peaceful surrounding nature. Evening we can relax or walk around Paro. Overnight at Paro.Day 07
Fly to Kathmandu, today you can enjoy the crowded and traditional market of Kathmandu if you have enough time. The view of local market holds a unique feature and is built in such a manner that it looks extremely beautiful. Old design houses and market makes the sight more beautiful.Day 08
Today on the list we have beautiful UNESCO heritage sites, we start our tour from the Patan Durbar square a place that is magnificently beautiful and holds enormous sculptures and art. The architectural heritage of Kathmandu evolved over centuries of craftsmanship influenced by Hindus and Buddhist culture. The art culture and traditional lifestyle of Kathmandu is worth viewing. Next you can head towards local markets which seems quite crowded but holds the beautiful traditional items. The small street market and narrow roads reaching to every street in the local market makes the place more beautiful.Day 09
Further exploration of Kathmandu Valley and view of the Sacred temple Pashupatinath is in the list today along with other temples. Pashupatinath is among the most sacred temples for Hindus situate at the bank of Bagmati River. You can also see the crematorium site at Bagmati River. Then visit Boudhanath Stupa an enormous Stupa and the most visited sites by Buddhist in Kathmandu and other parts of the world. The Stupa is a beautiful view for the tourist. Next we head towards Bhaktapur City, also famous for wooden temples and houses. It is the renowned place for devotees as it holds many temples. You can relax at Bhaktapur and enjoy the ancient heritage sites. The culture of the people in Bhaktapur is quite distinct and admirable.Day 10
Post Breakfast travel towards Chitwan and on the way you can definitely enjoy the view of small hills and Trishuli River. At Chitwan we will stroll at market and villages, here you will meet the Tharu, inhabitant of Chitwan whose culture is quite distinct than other groups of Nepal. We can roam around the market and visit the information center. In the evening we can go for entertainment programs and watch Tharu dance, a traditional dance of Tharus.Day 11
We start our day with a canoe at the Rapti River. It is a traditional dugout canoe and on the river we can see Crocodile and various other aquatic life. After the Canoe trip you have an option of traditional cart ride. Then we head towards elephant back safari towards the forest where u can find One-horned Rhino and various other species of animal. If you are lucky enough then you might get a chance to see the Royal Bengal Tiger. After the Safari you can see the elephant breeding camp and walk around the village.Day 12
You will head back to Kathmandu through the same route. You can take photographs of the small and beautiful hills and on the way. You can also find many street shops that sell different fruits and vegetables. The view of Trishuli River on the way is quite enthralling.Day 13
This marks the end of your tour. You will carry along with you a great experience of the Himalayan country and traditional culture. The markets in Nepal and the fortress and Monasteries that you visited in this tour will be memory to cherish forever.
Olivia S., UK
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