Mythical Bhutan and Nepal

Punakha Dzong


In this trip, you will uncover the enchantment of Bhutan and Nepal, mythical destinations high atop the mighty Himalayas.
Savor the beautiful landscape and panoramic views of snow-capped mountains; witness the superb art and architecture in the fortresses, palaces, and temples; attend the festivals and events; and get to know the gracious people.

This is a motor vehicle based tour with some accessible hikes and adventures, such as jungle safari and boating trips. All of the walks and hikes can be done at your own pace. You share the trails that the local people use; we’ll feel free to stop by the paddy fields and farmhouses to meet local farmers, and visit the neighboring shrines and meet the monks. You will get to try the local cuisines, visit the weaving and craft workshops, and browse through the vibrant markets and bazaars. The highlights:

  • Tour the Buddhist monasteries and Hindu Temples rich in wood carving, metal works, and stone sculptures.
  • Explore the Dzong fortresses and former palaces.
  • Village hikes and private farm house visits.
  • Opportunity to attend weekend market and local festivals.
  • Meet the local people, monks, and school children.
  • Try the local cuisine and drinks.
  • Enjoy stupendous mountain views.
  • Exciting jungle safari excursions.
  • Boating and a cable car trip.
  • Optional mountain flights, rafting, paragliding, or ultralight flights.
  • Departure guaranteed with minimum two sign ups.
  • Tour led by experienced local guides.
  • Mid-range boutique style and first class to deluxe hotels where available.


Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal

    • You can chose Bankgok, Kathmandu , Delhi, or Kolkatta as the gateway city to fly to Paro, Bhutan. Please, allow minimum (1) night stay in the gateway city before and after the trip for a safe flight connection.

      You can apply Nepal visa upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport (if you don't have one yet). After clearing immigration and customs, exit the airport to meet your Nepali guide and driver.
      After checking into the hotel, we will begin to explore Kathmandu – beginning with 2,000-year-old Buddhist Swayambhunath Stupa. It sits atop a hillock overlooking the valley, and is populated by a remarkable population of monkeys. The Monastery was named "monkey temple" by the hippies during 70's. You descend and enter the old part of Kathmandu where you will visit the Durbar Square’s former Royal Palace complex and array of ancient and medieval temples rich in wood carvings and sculptures. You will get to take a rickshaw ride through the vibrant markets of Indrachowk and Assan, ending up in the touristy Thamel district. Tonight, you will enjoy a welcome dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant amidst Nepali folklore dancing.

      Overnight in Hotel Shambhala or similar 4*
      Meals: Breakfast and welcome dinner
  • Day 02 Kathmandu: Visit Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanatha Stupa and Bhaktapur City.

    • Following breakfast, we’ll set out for the exploration of the valley.

      Pashupatinath Temple is among the most revered Hindu Temples in all of south Asia. As the main temple is reserved for Hindu worship only, you will watch the temple from the high embankment of the river other side. The sacred river also provides cremation sites (ghat) to for deceased Hindus. The temple area is vibrant with wandering sadhus (holy men), rites, and rituals taking place in the temple and ghats. The monkeys are motivated by the offerings brought by the devotees, which can make for a sight! The next stop will be at Boudhanath Stupa, the largest Buddhist monument of this kind in Nepal! It's a huge whitewashed dome with an octagonal base, symbolizing the universe, topped by a13-stepped golden spire and the pinnacle with a parasol. The monument has a pair of all seeing eyes of Buddha in each cardinal direction. There are numerous Monasteries linked with different Buddhist schools represented.

      Finally, you will visit Bhaktapur, the best preserved of the three medieval principalities of Kathmandu Valley. You will visit the palace museum, the courtyard and the Royal Bath Tank of the palace. You will walk on the cobbled street through the old brick houses, visit the impressive 5 storied Nyatapola Temple, Duttratraya Temple, and the Pujarimath Complex. The peacock window of the Pujarimath Complex is a masterpiece of Nepalese wood carving, and at the pottery square you can learn the traditional method of pottery making.

      Overnight in Hotel Shambhala or similar 4*
      Meals: Breakfast and welcome dinner
  • Day 03 By flight to Chitwan National Park

    • After breakfast, you are transferred to the airport for flight to Chitwan National Park that lies in the southern lowlands of Nepal. Its a 25 minutes long flight Chitwan National Park is Asia’s most famous game park, renowned for preservation of the great one-horned rhinoceros.

      Upon arrival at Bharatpur airport, you are met by the representative of your lodge and transfer by vehicle to the resort. After lunch, your guide will take you for a leisurely walk through Tharu Village, home to the aboriginal inhabitants of Chitwan and their lifestyle remains unchanged over hundreds of years. Depending on your arrival time in the park, you may be also taken for the elephant safari or canoe trip. In the evening, you will enjoy the Tharu folk dance show at the resort.

      Overnight in Jungle Villa Resort or Tiger land Resort
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 04 Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park

    • Today, you will embark on jungle safaris, including a dugout canoe trip on Rapti River; a jungle trek (optional); and a trip aboard and elephant. During the dry season, the park also offers jeep safari excursions. It is not unusual to see rhinoceros, monkeys, deer, and wild boars. Seasonal jeep safaris are also available. Chitwan National Park is also a haven for the bird watchers; it has more than 600 different species of residential and migratory birds.

      Overnight in Jungle Villa Resort or Tiger land Resort
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 05 By vehicle to Pokhara

    • (100 miles, 5 hours)

      Following breakfast, you will depart by vehicle to Pokhara, Nepal’s nature capital. It's a scenic drive, first following the Trishuli River upstream to Mugling, then following the Marshyangdi River, traveling through picturesque villages, terraced farmlands, and frequent views of the Himalayas on the right!

      After checking into the hotel, you will explore the sights of Pokhara – first on a boating trip in Lake Fewa and the island temple of Barahi, which is the most popular of all the temples in Pokhara. Other attractions in Pokhara include the mysterious Gupteshwara Mahadev Cave, the thrilling Davis Falls, the neighboring Tibetan Village, and the stunning Seti River Gorge. You can also visit the mountaineering and ethnic museums of Pokhara.

      Overnight in Fish Tail Lodge or Temple Tree Resort.
      Meals: Breakfast
  • Day 06 Visit the attractions of Pokhara and around

    • Early morning, you will take a 30-minute drive to Sarangkot, where the sunrise view over the Himalaya is absolutely fantastic! The first rays of the morning sun create an extraordinary scene. With prior arrangements (and of course at additional cost), you can enjoy tandem paragliding flights or ultra light flights that offer an altogether different type of stupendous view of the snow-capped mountains, valleys, and lakes from the air! From Sarangkot, you will drive back to Pokhara, stopping en route to visit the famous Bindhebasini Temple, the most revered temple of Pokhara, and the Old Bazaar.

      After a late breakfast at the hotel, you will drive to the lesser visited Begnas Lake, which is in pristine and quiet surroundings. You can hike through the forest to Sundari Danda for the great mountain vistas. This afternoon is open for you to pursue your own interests.

      Overnight in Fish Tail Lodge or Temple Tree Resort
      Meals: Breakfast
  • Day 07 Flight back to Kathmandu. Visit Patan City this afternoon.

    • It's a 30 minute flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu. On a clear day, you should be able to view the Himalaya at eye level. Upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport, you will transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon, you visit Patan City, which is also known as Lalitpur – "city of art." In Patan, you will visit the main courtyard of the former palace and the intricate wood carvings on the balconies, plinths and struts. There are a number of temples in the main square, most of which are multi roofed pagodas; others are Shikhara-style architecture with multiple pinnacle and stone doors and windows. From here, you will drive to the outskirts of Patan and visit the traditional village of Bungamati, which is very much laidback despite it being so near from the capital. The houses here are old and made from bricks. Dry vegetables that include spinach, chilies, onions, and garlic hang from the balconies and windows of the houses. You may get the chance to visit private homes, local art and crafts workshops, and the famous temple of Matsyendranath in the village center. Late in the afternoon, you will drive back to the hotel and the rest of the evening is open for your leisure or your own explorations.

      Overnight in Hotel Shambhala or similar 4*
      Meals: Breakfast and welcome dinner
  • Day 08 Flight to Paro, Bhutan. Transfer to Thimphu

    • After breakfast, you are transferred to the airport in time for flight to Paro, Bhutan. Bhutan visa is pre-arranged by us. Its a 50-minute long scenic flight . You will enjoy stupendous views of snow-capped mountains. Upon arrival at the Paro airport (Altitude: 7,380 feet) you will be met by your Bhutanese guide and then transfer to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan (41 miles, 1 hour’s drive). About half-way between Paro and Thimphu, you will stop to visit Tamchog Lakhang Temple across the river. The temple is built by the famous iron bridge builder Thangtong Gyalpo, a Tibetan saint, architect, engineer, physician, and builder in the 14th century.

      After you check into the hotel and refresh, you will take a leisurely stroll through the Thimphu, only capital in the world without a single traffic light! You will visit the Memorial Chorten, or shrine, dedicated to the third king of Bhutan. We will likely see devout Bhutanese circumambulating the shrine counting the sacred beads or spinning prayer wheels with utterance of sacred Buddhist mantra: Om Mane Padme Hum!

      Overnight in Khang Residency or similar
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 09 Explore Thimphu

    • (Thimphu altitude 7710 ft)
      Following breakfast, we’ll set out for the exploration of the valley. The sights include the Zhilukha Nunnery, Bhutanese Textile Museum, School of Arts and Crafts, the Traditional Handmade Paper Factory, National Library, the Heritage Museum, Tasicho Dzong Fortress, and more. Some monuments are closed during the weekend but you are well compensated by the vibrant weekend market where farmers come from the neighboring areas to sell their fresh produce. During the weekend, you will also have the chance to witness the famous archery matches near the market. Archery is the national sport of Bhutan.

      If you want something more active to do today, then you can hike to the ridge-top Monasteries on the outskirts of Thimphu. There are several hiking destinations such as Tango Goemba, Cheri Goemba, Phajoding Monasteries etc. Each Monastery hike takes about two-to-four hours. You will share the trail with the monks, Bhutanese commoners, and mules. Once on the top, you can appreciate the architecture of the Monasteries, feel the serenity and the spirituality of the area, and see the breathtaking views down into the valley. You will have the opportunity to chat with the monks and learn about the monastic lifestyle.

      Overnight in Khang Residency or similar
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 10 By vehicle to Punakha and Wangdue

    • (Distance 49 miles, 2.5-3 hrs from Thimphu, altitude 9840 ft).

      Following breakfast, you will leave for Punakha and Wangdue Valleys, which lie in the subtropical climate region. The road zigzags up through the picturesque villages and pine forest to Dhochula pass at 10, 004 feet, where you stop briefly to enjoy the panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains and the valley. The pass is marked by a group of beautiful shrines (chortens) and fluttering prayer flags. The mountain passes are holy places for the Buddhists people. The guide and driver will help you hang your prayer flags on the pass if you choose.

      From the pass, the road drops through the changing vegetation. We check into the hotel and, after lunch, set out to explore the wonders of the Punakha and Wangdue Valleys. Begin from the majestic Wangdue Phodrang Dzong Fortress, which is the second capital of Bhutan. Situated on the contour of a hillock at the confluence of two rivers, the fortress commands a view of the surrounding countryside. We’ll also take a brief hike to the picturesque Rinchengang Village that lies opposite to the fortress. The village is unique: multiple families own and share a single house here!

      Next, you will visit Chimi Lakhang Temple, a 25-minute hike through the village and the paddies. The temple is associated with Saint Drukpa Kunley, who is also known as the "divine madman" for his sexual humors in his preaching. Childless Bhutanese women visit this temple to be blessed with children, and so the temple is of course also called "fertility temple."

      Punakha Dzong Fortress is the former winter capital of Bhutan and is probably is the last stop for the day. Situated at the confluence of two important rivers the Phochu (Male River) and the Mochu (Female River), it's among the most beautiful Dzong architecture in Bhutan.

      Overnight in Drubchu Resort or Punatsangchu Cottages
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 11 Retrace your drive to Paro.

    • (Distance 89 miles, 4-5 hours)

      We retrace the drive back to Paro via the Dhochula pass and by pass Thimphu (89 miles, 4 hours). Check into the hotel, refresh ourselves from the drive, and then visit the local attractions of Paro.

      We begin from Dungtse Temple. It was built upon a hillock, supposedly a turtle head-shaped demon that was causing misfortune in the valley. The temple was built to pin down that demon, and it seems to have worked! Next, we proceed to the National Museum housed at the historic Ta Dzong fortress, which previously served as the watch tower for the Rinpung Dzong Fortress. The museum has a rich collection of Bhutanese scriptures, armories, artifacts , stamps, and more. From here, we descend to the impressive Rinpung Dzong that serves as the district headquarters and the seat of the monastic body. This is also the site for the annual Paro Tsechu Festival. The legend goes that the fortress is built on the heap of jewels! In the evening, we will take a leisurely stroll through Paro township.

      Overnight in Raven's Nest Resort
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 12 Hike Tiger's Nest Monastery

    • After an early morning breakfast, we set out for Takstang Monastery, also known as Tiger's Nest, a true highlight of any Bhutan trip! The Monastery is precariously perched on the edge of a 4000-foot cliff above the valley floor. It is an impressive sight, and is the unofficial symbol of Bhutan. The Monastery can be reached in about two-to-three hours of uphill hiking, but there is a café located on the ridge before Taktsang, and it provides the first welcome view and an opportunity to take a rest and purchase refreshments or snacks. You can take a pony ride up to this point with prior arrangement, but for the rest of the hike (45 minutes) and the return trip down you are on your own.

      The return trip down is faster, but watch your knees! Today, we will also visit the ruins of the historic Drukgyel Dzong, which was built in the 16th century to mark the Bhutanese victory over Tibetan invaders; and a typical Bhutanese farm house – colorful, decorative, and traditionally built without the use of a single nail! You will meet the host family, try the local ara (homemade liquor).

      Travelers who are not keen on hiking will be offered a trip to the lesser known Haa Valley, which was closed for tourists until recently. Here, you will tour the village, ancient temples, the valley’s pristine areas, and enjoy the spectacular views of the snow- capped mountains from Chele-la pass (3810 meters, or 12,497 feet).

      Overnight in Raven's Nest Resort
      Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Day 13 Flight back to Kathmandu or next destination. Service ends.

    • After breakfast, you are transferred to the airport for flight to Kathmandu or the next destination. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you can connect with your international flight. As Paro-Kathmandu flight is usually in the morning, you need to look for an late afternoon departure from Kathmandu. If you need any hotel reservation in Kathmandu, we are able to help you with additional cost. You can also elect to fly to Bangkok or Delhi or Mumbai or Singapore but you are responsible for the fare difference.

      Meals: Breakfast

Trip Info

Cost Includes

  • Accommodation on twin sharing in the listed hotels or similar
  • 3 meals a day in Bhutan.
  • Daily breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara and Chitwan National Park full board.
  • All ground transportation
  • Sightseeing admission fees
  • Service of internal airfare reservation
  • Bhutan visa fee
  • Bangkok and Paro airport taxes
  • Service of English speaking local guides

Cost Does Not Include

  • Meals other than listed
  • International and internal airfare
  • Nepal visa fee. (Nepal visa can be purchased upon arrival in Kathmandu airport)
  • Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, tip, phone, laundry etc
  • Extra expenses or loss due to nature of unforeseen events such as flight cancellation, inclement weather, illness, accident, civil unrest etc

Trip Difficulty Level, Road and Transport.

This motor vehicle-based tour is suitable for travelers of all ages in general good health. The highest altitude that we attain in this trip is a brief stop at Dhochula Pass (3,100 meters/10,168 feet). The other destinations are at lower elevations, significantly reducing risk of altitude discomfort and sickness in this trip. Sightseeing involves some short hiking (two-to-four hours) through terraced fields or forests. Temples and monasteries are often in higher elevation and require climbing stairs. When we travel from one city to another, it's usually a three-to-six hour drive, with occasional stops for photography or refreshment. Roads are narrow, often cut into hills, and follow rivers; some parts may be rough or damaged due to monsoon rain. If you are traveling during summer, there can be temporary road blockades due to mudslides when it rains heavily. Please, do not compare the South Asian roads with the ones in the developed countries.

We provide good conditioned vehicles – mid-size sedans, SUVs, or vans, depending on the group size. While guides are always fluent English speakers, drivers may speak little or no English. Chances of getting flat tires and mechanical breakdowns are not out of the question, but our drivers are capable of taking the situation under control. We just need your cooperation and flexibility, when something unexpected happens during the tour.


In Bhutan, unless we have chosen other alternatives, we will stay in moderate to best- available accommodations; in general this means small hotels with 25-30 rooms, with private bathroom with running hot and cold water. We do not expect our hotel to have a gift shop for "sundry" items. There are handful of international chain resorts such as Aman, Uma, and Taj; and some new first class-deluxe range properties such as Zhiwaling and Naksel in Paro, Termalinka , Namgay Heritage hotels have opened in Thimphu. We can book them for you on additional cost.
The hotels listed in the itinerary are suggestions only; a final list of hotels will be provided about six-to-eight weeks prior the trip date. Comparing to Bhutan, we have more choices of hotels. The hotels suggested in the itinerary are our preferred properties and they range from first class to deluxe category. They are locally managed and staffed with the friendly locals.
Our preferred hotels in Nepal are the first class and deluxe category hotels with most modern amenities. They are comfortable, staffed with friendly locals and welcome you with traditional hospitality.


The trip features three meals each day in Bhutan .We expect to eat most meals at our hotel; some meals also can be arranged in local restaurants. In Bhutan, meals are usually served in buffet that includes rice, vegetables, noodles, breads, etc. Beware: traditional Bhutanese food always features chilies and the most popular dish is ema datse made with large, green hot chilies in a cheese sauce. During your trip in Nepal, we have one welcome dinner in Kathmandu and three meals a day in Chitwan National Park. Otherwise, the tour includes full breakfast at the cafe of your hotel. When you are buying your own meal, expect to pay $10-12 per meal in regular tourist standard restaurant. Meals in the hotel can cost slightly more.


Expert leadership is the key to an exciting, unforgettable experience. Our trips feature gifted local guides for whom leading trips is a true vocation. Our guides are university graduates, fluent in English, trained and licensed by Tourism authorities. They are knowledgeable about all aspects of our trip, and take great pleasure in sharing their insights with you. They show us the wonders of the areas we’d otherwise never find on our own and make sure everything goes as smoothly and safely as possible. More than just guides, they positively elevate our experience by being teachers and companions. Guides in Bhutan and Nepal will be different people.

International and internal airfares

In-tour airfare reservation is taken care of by us. In this trip, you have two domestic flights within Nepal (Kathmandu to Chitwan NP and Pokhara to Kathmandu). The airfare between Kathamndu (Nepal) and Paro (Bhutan) can be booked on airlines' website or we can book these flight for you. Currently there are only two airlines flying between Nepal and Bhutan. Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. You need to book your return international airfare to Kathmandu on your own but we are also able to help you with on your request.

Passport and Visa

Remaining validity of your passport  must be minimum 6 months on the last day of the trip and make sure there are minimum 2 blank visa pages for visa stickers, entry and departure seals. Bhutan visa is taken care of by us and we will email you the visa document  (pdf) 3 to 4 weeks prior the travel date. You can obtain Nepal visa beforehand from Nepali Embassies and consulates or wait until you arrive at Kathmandu airport. If you want to buy it at the port of entry (Kathmandu), do not forget to bring one passport size picture. Visa fee costs US$ 25 for a 15 day valid multiple entry. A 30 day visa costs US$ 40.  Visa fee must be paid in cash US$ and in exact change.

If you have stops in other countries before this trip, you may need visa for those countries. US citizens and most European passport holders don't need visa for Bangkok, Thailand. Please, check with the Thai embassy at your country. But if you are traveling via India, you need to obtain Indian visa beforehand as India does not grant visa on arrival.

Booking and Payment Schedule

Tour Deposit: US$ 300 per person

If your trip involves internal air tickets, we may have to get the tickets issued within the deadline given by the airlines and we may request you the cost of the ticket along with the tour deposit. After we receive the tour deposit, we process the booking of internal air tickets and hotels, and will get back to you with the confirmation within a week. If some internal airfares require immediate purchase, we will ask you to wire the payment for. Some hotels and supplier may ask for a non-refundable deposit to guarantee the booking and we will request to include this in the second payment.

Balance payment

The balance and final payment is due 90 days prior departure. If your trip involves internal air or train tickets, we may also request the cost of the tickets with booking deposit to guarantee the lowest fare. Credit card payment attracts additional 3.5% fee. We accept the payment from traveler's account only. However, we reserve the right to refuse certain form of payment. Wire transfer fees are to be borne by the traveler.
Cancellation and refund

Notice of cancellation and refund request must be received in written form.

Cancellation charges

  • 180 days prior departure: No penalty unless stated as non-refundable.
  • 90 days prior departure: Administratie fee US$ 150 per person.
  • 60-89 day's prior departure: US$ 300 or 25% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • 45 days to 59 days prior departure: US$ 450 or 50% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • 30 days to 44 days prior departure: US$ 600 or 75% of the land cost whichever is higher.
  • Less than 30 days: 100%

Cancellation and refund of air tickets cost will be as per rules and regulations of the concerned airlines plus a service charge of US$ 25 per segment will be levied. Cancellation terms and conditions of certain services may vary which will be informed per case to case basis.

No refund or adjustment to other services will be made for any unused land or air services for any reason whatsoever, once tour begins. We highly recommend that all travelers purchase trip cancellation insurance.

Far & High Adventure Travel

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Travel Protection Plan

While we plan do our best to make your trip smooth and seamless, there may be chances of unforeseen events and conditions such as illness, accident, inclement weather, and flight cancellation or missed connection or loss of baggage etc. that may cause interruption or delay or total cancellation of your trip putting your hard earned travel investment in jeopardy. It’s also possible that you may need medical assistance, emergency evacuation or medical transportation when you get ill or involve in an accident when you are traveling in remote areas. Highland Asia’s Tour cost does not cover any of these expenses or losses and so we strongly recommend you that you should protect yourself and your travel investment against those unfavorable conditions.

Dates & Prices

Land Cost

  • US$ 2999 per person (2 persons)
  • US$ 2850 per person (3-4 persons)
  • US$ 2695 per person (4-10 persons)
  • US$ 595 Single Room Supplement

Estimated In-tour Air ( Varied depending on the departure city)

  • Bangkok-Paro-Kathmandu US$ 700-US$ 800
  • Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu US$ 470
  • Pokhara-Kathmandu US$ 100

International airfare is not included.

Trip cost is subject to change.

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