Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

To explore distinct Buddhist culture, the best choice is to make a tour in three Himalayan kingdoms, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. The Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour offers travelers a panorama of these fabulous destinations without worrying about tickets, routes, visas, and hotels.

In Tibet, you can pay a visit to sacred monasteries, tranquil pastures, snow-capped mountains and turquoise lakes. Feast your eyes on this mysterious land to your heart’s content.

In Nepal, you won’t miss the Kathmandu Valley. Ready to be impressed with local costumes and unique culture. Ancient temples, elegant pagodas, and splendid palaces will enhance you, rare plants and animals will excite you.

Known as “the last Shangri La in South Asia”, Bhutan is blessed with captivating landscapes and tranquil lifestyles. Dotted with countless monasteries, possesses unique civilization, travel on this land will change your spirit.


Your journey will start with a flight to Lhasa, Tibet, the most remote and mysterious land in the world. In Tibet, you can explore Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse and other areas which you’re interested in. Pay a visit to the Potala Palace, Drepung Temple, and Barkhor Street, join the pilgrims at the kora around Mount Kailash, and get to the EBC to have a view of the tallest mountain in the world. Nomads grazing their yaks on pastures, pilgrims worshiping idols in temples, and monks debating about Buddhism in the famous Sera Monastery. Devoted Tibetan are connected with their common beliefs on this vast land, you will be moved by their pure spirits.


Fly across the massive Tibetan Plateau, the highest plateau in the world, you’ll land in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Delve into the Kathmandu Valley, the Nepali culture will spread in front of you. Filled with spiritual masters and ascetics, Kathmandu is an indubitable Buddhist city in every respect. You can admire Pashupatinath Temple and Durbar Square, which are listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with the sunset and sunrise of the Himalayas.


Then you’ll fly to Paro, Bhutan, which is famous as “the happiest country in the world”. Bhutan keeps an original form of Tibetan Buddhism so that it has unique culture and religion. By hiking in Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, and Phobjikha, you will meet diverse plants and animals. You can pay a visit to National Library, Heritage Museum, the 3rd King’s memorial stupa and the largest statue of Buddha. You won’t miss the splendid Punakha Zong and the famous Taktsang Monastery.

Cultural Highlights of Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet
The concept of Gross National Happiness will be the highlights of your Bhutan. Also you will visit Nepal and Tibet. Not only the amazing scenery but also the religious culture will deeply impress you.

15 Days Cultural Highlights of Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet

Kathmandu - Paro - Thimphu - Phnakha - Thimphu - Paro - Kathmandu - Lhasa
13 days Classic Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour
During this journey, you will explore Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan together. For your visit to Lhasa city, you may be surprised by the profound Buddhist atmosphere and unique historical architecture. Then move your way to EBC, where you can catch a glimpse of Mount Everest. Afterward, make your way to Kathmandu, where you may take a fantastic tour to Kathmandu Valley and Durbar Square. Finally, you will get to Bhutan, where you can see Tiger's Nest.

13 Days Classic Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour

Lhasa - Gyantse - Shigatse - Tingri - EBC - Gyirong - Kathmandu - Paro - Punakha Dzong - Paro - Taktsang - Paro

Frequently Asked Questions

How about the costs in Tibet Nepal and Bhutan?

According to the laws in the three different tourist destinations, foreigners are required to apply for specific permits or visas when traveling to Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. Besides the cost of permits, you also need to budget the cost of food, accommodation, vehicles, tour guide, entrance fare, etc. The cost in Nepal is the lowest, while the expense in Tibet and Bhutan are higher. Unlike other places in China, the price of accommodation, food, transportation, etc. in Tibet is higher because all things are transferred from mainland China. In Bhutan, travelers are required to spend at least US$250 per day according to the policy of the local government.

At present, there is no train between Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. So you only can take overland tours or flights.

The ideal route should be Lhasa in Tibet(take an overland tour to) → Kathmandu in Nepal(fly to) → Paro in Bhutan if you don't want to turn around. Or the reverse way: Kathmandu in Nepal(take an overland tour to) → Lhasa in Tibet(fly back to) → Kathmandu in Nepal(fly to) → Paro in Bhutan.

If you want to visit Nepal firstly, you have to get back to Nepal after you visit either Tibet or Bhutan.

The transportation between Tibet and Bhutan is not available.

Surrounded by grand Himalaya mountains, Tibet Nepal and Bhutan are full of mysteries to most people. While due to the complex terrain and changeable weather in the three Himalayan kingdom, choosing the right time to Tibet Nepal and Bhutan plays a vital role for tourists. Generally speaking, the best time for travelers to plan a Tibet Nepal and Bhutan tour is from March to early June and September to October. While foreigners are not allowed to travel to Tibet during February and March because of the celebration of the Tibetan New Year, also, you should avoid going to the three places in the rainy season, from late June to August. During this period, the road condition is terrible, and some natural disasters are likely to take place.

Tailor-made your Tour within 0.5~24 hours

Want something different and unique? Just let us know! Please send us your ideas about the travel plans, destinations, attractions, your group, hotel class, etc. We specialize in planning your journey based on our first-hand experience, your budget, style, and interest!