Two Weeks Nepal Bhutan Tour Overview
If you love mountains and plan to spend an unforgettable vacation then you must embrace the 2 weeks Nepal and Bhutan tour. Both Himalayan countries are fascinating in terms of landscapes, cultures, lifestyles, arts, and architecture.
This 14 days journey offers you some of the greatest mountain views, diverse vegetation, rich and unique cultures, sublime arts and architecture, some of the most scenic drives, a spectacular flight along with a great spiritual experience.
The trip begins with sightseeing of the city of temples, also described as an open museum of Nepal, Kathmandu where 7 out of 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are present with their distinct history. There are many other spots to visit in the capital that have a tranquil, laid-back atmosphere. The tour continues to Nepal's Paradise city of Lakes, Pokhara which also happens to be the second-largest city in the country.
Then the flight from Kathmandu to Bhutan allows you to witness some of the highest mountains on earth including Mount Everest. You will have the opportunity to see wonderful Bhutan, the one and only Shangri La that still exists today, and its overwhelming cultural and historical wonders.
The thriving cities of the Land of the Thunder Dragon offer some of the greatest discoveries with their unique Bhutanese values, culture, tradition, and charming hospitality. You will immerse yourself in the life of Bhutan during your trip to Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, and Gangtey.
Nepal and Bhutan combo tour is one of the best trips you would like to have as both countries are similar in topography with different cultures, traditions, lifestyles, food, dress, and language.
The Highlights of Two Weeks Nepal Bhutan Tour
- Explore Nepal and Bhutan's natural and cultural wonders
- Gain a cultural understanding of Nepal without having to go on a long trek
- Take in Nepal's breathtaking cultural and natural splendor from every perspective
- Get a firsthand look at Nepal's unique architecture
- Boating experience with the amazing view of the mountain reflections such as Machhapuchhre, Annapurna, and Dhaulagiri
- Take a magnificent flight and see a world-class alpine beauty from a bird’s eye point including the magnificent Everest
- Climb to the stunning Tiger's Nest Monastery, the major highlight of Bhutan
- Involve in some incredible archery sports in Bhutan
When is the best time to do two weeks Nepal Bhutan Tour?
Both Nepal and Bhutan experience four seasons a year. Visits to these two Himalayan countries can be made at any time of the year depending upon the preferences of the travelers. However, spring and autumn are the peak seasons for any activities in these countries.
The days of spring are clear and warm and there is little prospect of rain until the monsoons arrive in June or July. The valleys are covered in fresh new growth and bright green grass in the spring. The laps of the mighty Himalayas are covered with the lovely Rhododendrons blossom, lending more color to the pristine landscapes of the gorgeous landlocked countries.
Autumn is the topmost time for exploring these Himalayan Nations because the weather is pleasant with the clear blue sky being crisp and the temperature to visibility ratio being good. Autumn also holds some of the country's most important festivals. Every year in October and November, the biggest festivals of Nepal, Dashain, and Tihar take place and in September, the Thimphu Tsechu, one of the most prominent Tsechus, takes place in Bhutan.
In both Nepal and Bhutan, the months of June, July, and August are known as the summer months with hot, humid weather with gloomy skies and rain. Wildflowers and lush foliage abound in these two South Asian countries. While trekking is not possible in most regions, summer is an excellent season to learn about Nepal’s and Bhutan's culture and visit the country's old historical monuments.
Winter offers chilly, dry weather with snow in the mountains in both Nepal and Bhutan. Typically, the sky is blue with no or few clouds. You would get more gorgeous and bright days in the winter than you would in the spring or fall!