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14 Days Tour three Himalaya Kingdoms by Overland: Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan
14 Days Travel Across Tibetan Plateau, Himalayan Range into Kingdom of Bhutan

14 Days Tour three Himalaya Kingdoms by Overland: Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan

Tour Route: Kathmandu - Lhasa - Shigatse - Everest Base Camp - Gyirong - Kathmandu - Paro - Thimphu - Paro icon View Trip Map

  • Tour Type

    Join-in Small Group Tour

  • Tour Service

    Local Tour Guide & Driver

  • Best Time

    All Year Around

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    USD 3150/p.p with all-included

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  • Fully Inclusive

    Touring with local tour guides and entrance fees

  • Accommodations

    10 nights at economy comfort hotel

  • Meals

    All meals listed in itinerary

  • Flight & Train

    All domestic flight or trains

  • Visa Included

    All permits & documents for Chinese visa application included

  • Physical level

    Suitable for tourists with all ages

What Makes this Trip Different?
Master Catherine Jigme

Three specially selected destinations allow you to delve deep into the Himalayan regions and immerse yourself in the mysterious eastern cultures of Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. icon

------ Tibetan Travel Guru,Master Catherine Jigme

Overview & Highlights of this Trip

This 14-day tour of Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan provides the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself fully in the captivating landscapes and rich cultures of the mysterious East.

The Himalayas, the world's tallest and most majestic mountain range, boast thousands of snow-capped peaks, over 6,000 meters high, including 14 that exceed 8,000 meters, with 10 within the range itself.

This vast range divides many ancient nations north and south, including China, Nepal, and Bhutan, known for their rich cultural heritage in the Himalayan tourism region, preserving traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism.

Let's begin our journey from Kathmandu, Nepal, a historic and culturally vibrant city nestled at the southern foothills of the Himalayas, and soar to the top of the world, commencing our exploration of the Himalayan Kingdoms.

  • Himalaya Kingdoms by Overland: Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan

    Highlight 1 of this Trip: Traveling from Lhasa to Mount Everest, you'll witness stunning natural and cultural wonders, including temples, glaciers, lakes, and five peaks over 8,000 meters. This route crosses the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the world's highest.

  • Himalaya Kingdoms by Overland: Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan

    Highlight 2 of this Trip: In Nepal, you'll discover well-preserved medieval towns, Hindu temples, intricate woodcarvings, and the captivating blend of Indian culture, all amidst seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

  • Himalaya Kingdoms by Overland: Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan

    Highlight 3 of this Trip: Bhutan, a mystical Buddhist kingdom at the Himalayan foothills, features serene villages, sacred temples, and remarkably happy and harmonious lives, with revered royal family members' images and faces beaming with content smiles.

Itinerary Details

Trip at a Glance

Day 1 to 3: Kathmandu Day Tour

Day 4: Kathmandu-Lhasa

Day 5 to 6: Lhasa Day Tour

Day 7 to 8: Lhasa - EBC

Day 9: EBC - Gyirong Border

Day 10: Gyirong - Kathmandu

Day 11: Kathmandu-Paro-Thimphu

Day 12 to 13: Thimphu-Paro

Day 14: Paro Departure

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Welcome to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal!

When you arrive in Kathmandu, our local travel guide will greet you at the airport and take you to your hotel in downtown Kathmandu. After checking in at the hotel, you can have a good rest or wander the surroundings as you like. Stay overnight in Kathmandu.

Options for Today:
For your free time today, you can take a leisure walk through the traditional alleys in downtown areas to experience the perfect blend of traditional local houses and modern life.

Kathmandu Holiday Inn Express
  • Kathmandu’s Durbar Square is one of three durbar squares in the Kathmandu Valley.

    Kathmandu’s Durbar Square is one of three durbar squares in the Kathmandu Valley.

  • Swayambhunath stupa in Nepal

    Swayambhunath stupa in Nepal

Day 2: Kathmandu Day Tour: Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, and Patan city. (B,D)

Explore the cultural landmarks of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal with over 1,200 years of history.

After breakfast, you will visit Durbar Square, the UNESCO World Heritage site that showcases a mix of architectural styles. There are types of temples, palaces, and shrines. You will pay a visit to the Nepalese Royal Palace, the Shiva-Parvati Temple, Makhan Pedestrian Street, the single-wooden temple, and the Kumari Goddess Temple.

Then, Walking through the narrow streets of Patan, you will get a close-up view of some ancient temples and the exquisite ancient wood carvings, metal carvings, and stone carvings on the surrounding buildings, and experience the charm of the "City of Fine Art".

Finally, you will visit Swayambhunath Temple, also known as the Monkey Temple. Located at the top of a hill in the west of downtown city, it offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley. You can walk around the giant Swayambhunath stupa, which is over 40 meters high. While walking between pagodas and temples, you will also see monkeys enjoying their free time here.

After today’s tour, you will have a dinner in a local restaurant to taste the traditional food in Kathmandu, like Momo (dumpling) and Dal Bhat (Nepali platter with rice, curries, and some local sweets).

Stay overnight in Kathmandu.

Overnight in Kathmandu
Breakfast | Dinner
  • Pashupatinath


  •  Bhaktapur City

    Bhaktapur City

Day 3: Kathmandu Day Tour: Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Bhaktapur Dubar Square.(B)

Go into a deep cultural exploration of the Kathmandu Valley.

Your morning visit starts from Changu Narayan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, renowned for its exquisite architecture and intricate carvings. It is the oldest Hindu temple in Nepal and houses ancient stone carvings from the 5th century.

Next, you will visit the medieval city of Bhaktapur. From the early 13th century to the 18th century, this small town has been the political, religious, and cultural center of Nepal. This 700-year-old town still retains its medieval charm after hundreds of years. The ancient palaces and temple, together with the local people who live here offer a unique experience of Nepalese town life.

Then, continue your journey to the east of Kathmandu city to visit the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath. Situated along the bank of the Bagmati River, the temple is a revered pilgrimage site that hosts rituals, prayers, and cremation ceremonies. Here, you may encounter Baba, also known as Sadhu in Nepal, and experience spiritual energy and religious power.

Finally, you will visit the Boudhanath (Boudha Stupa), the iconic Buddhist monument in Kathmandu. Surrounded by Tibetan Buddhist temples, this majestic Tibetan Buddhist stupa is the center of life for Tibetan Buddhist followers in Nepal.

After today’s excursion, you will get back to your hotel.

Stay overnight in Kathmandu.

Overnight in Kathmandu
  •  Bhaktapur Durbar Square is an assortment of pagoda and shikhara-style temples grouped around a fifty-five-window palace of brick and wood.

    Bhaktapur Durbar Square is an assortment of pagoda and shikhara-style temples grouped around a fifty-five-window palace of brick and wood.

  • Kathmandu durbar square at night in Nepal

    Kathmandu durbar square at night in Nepal

Day 4: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa (B)

Welcome to Lhasa and have a good rest!

After arriving in Lhasa, you will meet our friendly Tibetan guide at the airport. The guide and the driver will take you to your hotel in downtown Lhasa. You may view the Yarlung Tsangpo River/Brahmaputra River (the Longest and largest river in Tibet) and Lhasa River.

After settling into your hotel, take some time to rest and adjust to the high altitude. In the afternoon or evening, your guide will meet you with traditional Tibetan gifts, provide travel instructions, and introduce your group members. If you need any help or specific needs, feel free to visit our service center at Lhasa Gang-Gyan Hotel.

Travel Tips:
Lhasa is at an elevation of 3,650 meters above sea level. It is recommended to take a good rest in the hotel upon arrival, allowing your body to adapt to the high altitude in Tibet.

 Gang-Gyan Hotel
  • Tibetan tour guide greets you at Lhasa Airport.

    Tibetan tour guide greets you at Lhasa Airport.

  • Lhasa River

    Lhasa River

Day 5: Lhasa Tour - Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery (B, D)

Today is Tibetan Monastery Day! You’ll have a full day to explore the largest monastery in Tibet, delve into the knowledge of Tibetan Buddhism, and immerse yourself in the daily life of Tibetan monks.

In the morning, you’ll explore the largest monastery in Tibet - Drepung Monastery, which was once the home to over 10,000 monks. As you walk through the Coqen Hall, your guide will provide detailed explanations of the worldview of Tibetan Buddhism and introduce notable figures in Tibetan Buddhist history.

Next, you’ll visit the renowned Loseling College (or an equivalent), offering a glimpse into the study and life of Tibetan monks. Explore their dormitories to gain insights into the Tibetan monks' daily routines and living conditions.

In the afternoon, you’ll head to Sera Monastery, another of the ‘great three’ Gelug monasteries of Tibet, to witness the famous Tibetan Monks Debate (15:00 - 17:00, from Monday to Saturday). Your guide will intricately explain how Tibetan monks engage in these debates to acquire knowledge and advance in their academic degrees.

After today’s tour, enjoy a welcome dinner with your group members.

Gang-Gyan Hotel
Breakfast | Welcome Dinner Tibetan Hotpot
  • Visit Potala Palace on a sunny morning

    Visit Potala Palace on a sunny morning

  • Sincere pilgrims prostrating in front of Jokhang Temple

    Sincere pilgrims prostrating in front of Jokhang Temple

Day 6: Lhasa Tour - Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street (B)

Today’s Highlight is a visit to UNESCO World Heritage Sites Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple, providing a glimpse into the daily beliefs and lives of the people of Lhasa.

After breakfast, your first stop is the Potala Palace, where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Lhasa Old Town. Discover the lives and stories of the Dalai Lamas through history within the palace, and the extraordinary treasures it holds. The most valuable collections of Potala Palace are the gilded burial stupas of former Dalai Lamas and the meditation cave of the 33rd great king of Tibet.

After touring the Potala Palace, you will visit Longwangtan Park at the foot of the Potala Palace. Here, you can appreciate the majestic Potala Palace from a different perspective and engage in local Tibetan folk activities.

In the afternoon, you will head to the heart of Tibetan religion - the Jokhang Temple. Inside you can see the statue of Buddha Sakyamuni at the age of twelve. Outside, you can see pilgrims making prostrating in front of Jokhang Temple. Around the temple is Barkhor Street, where you can do kora (a religious circle of a building or mountain) with pilgrims and locals, and explore the old market.

Next, follow your guide to one of the liveliest indoor Tibetan tea houses in Lhasa. Sip traditional Tibetan sweet tea alongside local Tibetans as your guide shares insights into Tibetan social dynamics and daily life.

Gang-Gyan Hotel
  • Potala Palace is always the No.1 attraction for travelers visiting Tibet.

    Potala Palace is always the No.1 attraction for travelers visiting Tibet.

  • A Tibetan pilgrim is worshipping  Jokhang Temple

    A Tibetan pilgrim is worshipping Jokhang Temple

Day 7: Lhasa to Shigatse via Gyantse 360 km (B, L)

In the morning, start the overland journey from Lhasa to Shigatse, which includes visits to Tibet's most beautiful lake, glacier, and a charming Tibetan village.

First, drive over the Gampala pass (4790 m) to catch a glimpse of Yamdrok-tso (4400m). The Yamdrok Lake is surrounded by many snow-capped mountains and in the distance you can have spectacular views of Holy Mount Nyenchen Khangsar (7191m), the highest mountain near Lhasa. Continue to explore the lakeshore from various viewpoints, and at the end of the lake, you could visit a local family in the village and have lunch with the locals.

Next, you will pass and enjoy the Korola Glacier on the roadside. It is the largest glacier in Tibet. As you see the ice tongue of the glacier climb the entire hillside, you will feel the magical power of nature.

Then, continue your journey to Gyantse. On the way, you will stop at Simila Mountain Pass, where you can hang prayer flags to pray for world peace and the health of your family.

After arriving in Gyantse, you can spend some time taking photos of the ancient city of Gyantse. From Gyantse to Shigatse, you will pass by green (in summer) and golden (in autumn) Tibetan barley fields and countless farms.

Finally, we arrive in Shigatse, the second largest city in Tibet. After checking in to the hotel, you can take a good rest and prepare for the next day’s trip to Mount Everest.

Shiga Yangcha Grand Hotel
Breakfast | Tibetan Lunch
  • Yamdrok Lake at Gampala Pass, where you can get a marvelous bird's-eye view of the lake.

    Yamdrok Lake at Gampala Pass, where you can get a marvelous bird's-eye view of the lake.

  • The Karola Glacier is so close that you will appreciate a spectacular view of the white glacier contrasted with blue sky.

    The Karola Glacier is so close that you will appreciate a spectacular view of the white glacier contrasted with blue sky.

Day 8: Shigatse (3,850m) to Everest Base Camp (5,200m) (B)

Take the most use of your time today to admire the stunning Himalayan mountain ranges!

After breakfast, you will head directly to Mount Everest.

First, you will pass Gyatsola Pass (5280m). At Gyatsola Pass viewpoint, you’ll catch your first glimpse of Mount Everest. Hidden behind the mountain range, the Everest resembles a budding lotus flower, a captivating sight along the roadside.

Shortly after we enter Mount Everest National Nature Reserve, you will enjoy the panoramic view of the Himalayas at Gawula Pass (5198m). At this viewpoint, you will marvel at the majestic lineup of the five highest peaks in the Himalayas, including Everest at the forefront. This is your second glimpse of Everest.

Then we drive along the new zigzag road to Everest Base Camp (5200m). As you get close to the base camp, the majestic Everest gradually unfolds before you, drawing nearer with each winding turn. This marks your third view of Everest.

Upon reaching Everest Base Camp, the colossal white pyramid peak of Mount Everest stands towering before you. As the day transitions to dusk, witness the golden hues of the sun casting a warm glow on Everest's northern face—your fourth view.

As night falls, the sparkling Milky Way and the snow-white peak of Mount Everest reveal your fifth and final encounter with Everest.

Stay overnight at Everest Base Camp or in the local village near EBC if the EBC tent hotels are closed during the winter season.

Insider Tips:
1. The visibility of Everest is subject to weather conditions and cannot be guaranteed.

2. During the winter season, typically from November to March, the tent hotels at Everest Base Camp close. Therefore, if you’re traveling in winter, your accommodation options are limited to the village near EBC.

Overnight in EBC Tent hotel
  • Drive along the zigzag road to Everest Base Camp

    Drive along the zigzag road to Everest Base Camp

  • Enjoy your group tour to Everest Base Camp

    Enjoy your group tour to Everest Base Camp

Day 9: Everest Base Camp to Gyirong Border

Today, you will reach Gyirong Border, witnessing the breathtaking landscapes changing from 5200 meters to 2800 meters above sea level.

In the morning, before departing from the base camp, you will visit Rongbuk Monastery, the world’s highest monastery, where nuns and monks live together at 5,154 meters above sea level.

Then, you will cross the Himalayas and take a drive to Gyirong at the Sino-Nepal border. Across the 380-kilometer journey, marvel at the evolving scenery - from snow-capped peaks towering over 5000 meters to the lush forests and canyon vistas at around 2800 meters above sea level.

As you pass by Mt. Shishabangma (8027 meters), one of the world’s highest mountains over 8000 meters, you can enjoy a close view of the three main peaks of Shigabangma, as well as the golden glow of Pelku Tso Lake beneath the peaks.

Afterward, the altitude drops dramatically. You’ll be mesmerized by forests, waterfalls, and bottomless canyons as you enter the edge of the Himalayas.

When you arrive in Gyirong Valley, what you will see is the dense forest and the snowy peaks above the forests. In Gyirong town, you can breathe in the abundant oxygen.

Travel Tips:
The accommodation at Everest Base Camp does not include breakfast, so breakfast today is at your own expense.

Hotel in Gyirong
  • Rongbuk Monastery, the higest monastery in the world

    Rongbuk Monastery, the higest monastery in the world

  • Pelku Tso Lake is surrounded by rugged mountains.

    Pelku Tso Lake is surrounded by rugged mountains.

Day 10: Gyirong Border to Kathmandu (B)

Farewell to Tibet and welcome to Nepal today!

After breakfast, you will say goodbye to your Tibetan tour guide and driver. Our Nepali staff at the Nepal border port will warmly welcome you, assist you in applying for a Nepal visa, and be responsible for carrying large luggage (A tip of 3-5 USD is required). We ensure a safe transfer for you to your hotel in Kathmandu with Tibet Vista’s vehicle.

From the border, you will cross to the southern foothills of the Himalayas and pass through the Langtang National Forest.

The road conditions are not comparable to those in Tibet, China. , there are bumps and mud along the way, but the scenery is beautiful. You can continue to enjoy the beautiful scenery of many snow mountains in the southern foothills of the Himalayas, such as Annapurna III (7,555 meters), Lamjung W (6,983 meters), Mount Kanguru (6,981 meters), Himchuli West (6,441 meters), Ngadi Chuli (7,871 meters), and Gaurishankar (7,181 meters).

Finally, you will finish the 130-kilometer journey and arrive at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Nepal Visa Application Tips:
1. You need to prepare a passport-size ID photo with a white background

2. You will pay the Nepal visa fee at the border. Only US dollars in cash are accepted, and not credit cards.

Kathmandu Holiday Inn
  • The picturesque scenery of Gyirong Town

    The picturesque scenery of Gyirong Town

  • You will be transferred to Gyirong Port for your Nepal tour.

    You will be transferred to Gyirong Port for your Nepal tour.

Day 11: Kathmandu-Paro-Thimphu: Buddha Dordenma, National Memorial Chorten, Takin Zoo, Tashichhoe Dzong. (B,L,D)

Today, you will embark on a journey to the happiest country in the world—Bhutan!

You will take a early flight to Bhutan in the morning. Unpon arrival, your tour guide is ready to wait for you before picking you up and drive you from Paro airport to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. After the well-prepared Bhutanese meal which is ritualistically served in a Bhutan way and hotel check in, you will be go sightseeing the following sites:

Our first stop is Buddha Dordenma. Buddha Dordenma is located in Thimphu, Bhutan. This majestic statue stands at a height of 51.5 meters (169 feet) and is one of the largest Buddha statues in the world. It was constructed to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Bhutanese monarchy and to promote peace and happiness in the world. The statue overlooks the Thimphu valley and is a significant religious and cultural landmark in Bhutan.

Next, we will visit National Memorial Chorten. Built in 1974 in memory of the Third King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, it serves as a place of worship and a memorial for the late king. The chorten, or stupa, is a large white structure adorned with golden spires and intricate carvings, representing Tibetan Buddhist architecture. It is a hub of religious activities and is frequented by locals and tourists alike for prayer and meditation..

After that, we will explore Takin Zoo. The Takin Zoo in Bhutan is a sanctuary dedicated to the unique and elusive takin, the national animal of Bhutan. Takin are large, goat-like mammals found in the eastern Himalayas. The zoo provides a natural habitat for these fascinating creatures and offers visitors the opportunity to observe them up close.

Our last destination is Tashichhoe Dzong. As a fortress of religion, Tashichhoe Dzong was built in 1641 and reconstructed into what it shows to you now by the former emperor. It houses the secretariat building, the throne room, the office of the king and the central monk part.

 Hotel Changkha
 Breakfast, lunch and diner
  • Paro


  • National Museum of Bhutan

    National Museum of Bhutan

Day 12: Thimphu to Paro: National Textile Museum, Kyichu Lhakhang and Paro Dzong (B,L,D)

Today we continue to explore the secrets of happiness in Thimphu.

After breakfast, the guide will take you to visit the National Textile Museum of Bhutan. The National Textile Museum is an important place to understand Bhutanese culture and craftsmanship, and it is a must-visit during your trip to Bhutan. At the National Textile Museum, you can admire various traditional Bhutanese textiles, including traditional clothing, fabrics, shawls, and various ornaments, showcasing the exquisite craftsmanship and unique designs passed down through generations of Bhutanese people.

Additionally, the museum regularly hosts workshops and activities, giving visitors the opportunity to experience the process of traditional Bhutanese textile making firsthand and understand the essence of textile craftsmanship.

Afterwards, accompanied by the guide and driver, you will return to Paro. Upon reaching Paro, you will visit Kyichu Lhakhang and Paro Rinpung Dzong, two of the most distinctive temples in Paro.

Kyichu Lhakhang is surrounded by vast fields, free from the hustle and bustle of vendors, tranquil and peaceful. This temple has a long history and has hardly been damaged by natural disasters, so its appearance remains simple and dignified.

Paro Dzong, also known as the Fortress of the Heap of Jewels, is one of the most famous temples in Bhutan and perhaps one of the most outstanding representatives of Bhutanese architecture. Built in 1644, it was once used as a fortress to defend the Paro Valley. The "Ta Dzong," which was once the watchtower of Paro Dzong, has now been converted into Bhutan's "National Museum" and houses up to 3,000 artifacts. The museum's circular shape is said to resemble the conch shell, a symbol of auspiciousness in Buddhism. The museum is divided into six floors, showcasing various types of artifacts, including religious artifacts, the country's development history, stamps, historical photos, production and daily necessities, as well as animal and plant specimens.

After the visit, the guide will take you back to the hotel.

 Hotel Mandala
 Breakfast, lunch and diner
  • Black necked crane in Black Necked Crane Center.

    Black necked crane in Black Necked Crane Center.

  • Mangde Chhu Valley

    Mangde Chhu Valley

Day 13: Paro Day Tour: Tiger's nest (B,L,D)

Today's journey will take you to visit one of Bhutan's most important landmarks—the Tiger's Nest Monastery.

After enjoying breakfast, you will set off for Tiger's Nest Monastery. This temple is the most famous Buddhist pilgrimage site in the Kingdom of Bhutan, believed to be the meditation site of the 8th-century Indian saint, Guru Padmasambhava. As a result, Tiger's Nest has become a sacred place of worship for Bhutanese devotees and is hailed as one of the world's top ten temples. Starting from the foot of the mountain, you'll need to hike for about 3 hours to reach the cliffside Tiger's Nest Monastery, with a lunch break at a simple self-service restaurant halfway up the mountain. The descent also takes about 2 hours.

Tiger's Nest Monastery is a temple that combines scenery and art. Each building in the temple has a balcony with a view of the beautiful Paro Valley. The entire compound consists of four main halls and residential areas, most of which are irregularly built along the mountainside. From afar, Tiger's Nest resembles a lizard clinging to a cliff. To enter the main cave, where Guru Padmasambhava and the thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara statues are enshrined, you need to pass through a narrow passage. Inside the dark cave, illuminated by butter lamps, you can see the wrathful manifestation of Guru Padmasambhava standing on a tigress, which is the description of his meditation here. Additionally, this temple houses an elegant statue of Avalokiteshvara with a thousand arms and dozens of Bodhisattva statues.

After concluding the visit to Tiger's Nest Monastery, if time and interest permit, you can also visit Paro Market to freely browse and purchase Bhutanese handicraft souvenirs.

 Hotel Changkha
 Breakfast, lunch and diner
  • Kyichu Lhakhang

    Kyichu Lhakhang

  • Tiger's Nest

    Tiger's Nest

Day 14: Departure from Bhutan (B)

Today marks the end of your journey.

Our tour guide will transfer you to Paro International Airport for your next destination.


Tour Cost & Schedule in 2024

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Price Included:

Tibet travel permit and all other necessary permits to Tibet, and facilitate the application process for Chinese visas for tourists.

All entrance ticket fees for all tourist sites listed in the itinerary, as well as tickets for sightseeing vehicles within the scenic areas.

Personal knowledgeable English-speaking Tibetan local tour guide.

Comfortable local tourist vehicle according to the group size.

All hotels listed in the itinerary or equivalent three-star hotels. Upgrades are available for an additional fee. (Single room supplement required when not sharing the room).

Economy class flights for two segments throughout the journey: Kathmandu to Lhasa, and Kathmandu to Paro, Bhutan.

All meals listed in the above itinerary; Breakfast is not included in the EBC tent.

Tourist accident/casualty insurance (Includes insurance for altitude sickness).

Border transfer service from Gyirong to Kathmandu.

Bhutan visa and government taxes.

Price Exclusion:

International flight to Kathmandu and out of Nepal.

China Visa (If you need visa assistance services, especially for Chinese Group Visa from Nepal to Tibet, feel free to contact us for more details).

Nepal Visa (The payment needs to be made in US dollars in cash at the border).

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