India, Bhutan and Nepal Tour

India, Bhutan and Nepal Tour


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TripGrade: Moderate
Moderate or Grade B Trip - comprises a week to 15 days. It can reach up to 5000 meters high in altitude range, but the trails will be moderate (nor easy, nor tough). High altitude may matter on walking speed and distance. You need to have some acclimatization over 3000 meters.

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15 Days

Max Altitude:

Tigers Nest (3190m)

Group Size

1 -16 persons

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Best Season:

All Year Round

This 15 day trip of India, Bhutan and Nepal Tour is a combination of everything possible in South Asia. These high lands settled in the Himalayas are some of the most adventurous destinations in the world. Nepal is a mix of culture, nature, and adventure, Bhutan is the Last Shangri-La and India is the land of sages and a mix of different cultures. This trip is not for everyone. You need to have a lot of guts to go for this trip as it has some of the best things found in and near the Himalayas that stretch from Burma to Afghanistan. The trips start with a flight to India then Bhutan and end in Nepal.

This 2 weeks in Nepal, India, and Bhutan includes the best and must-visit places in all three countries. This is one of the best selling trips in South Asia. In India, once you land in Delhi, you shortly go around to explore the city. Delhi is the capital city of India. The next day you drive to Jaipur for about 6 to 7 hours, which is also called the Pink City. The next day you drive to Agra. You might already know that Agra is famous for the Monument, Taj Mahal.

The next destination is Bhutan. From Delhi airport, you take a flight to Paro International airport and shortly start the sightseeing. Paro is a historic city with many historical and sacred buildings. One of the most popular sites is the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. After visiting the monastery, you drive to the capital city, Thimpu, go for sightseeing and drive to Punakha. Spend a night at Punakha and drive back to Paro and take a flight to Kathmandu.

Nepal is rich in cultural heritage as well as natural beauty. It's capital city is Kathmandu, where you go for sightseeing in the heritage sites. The next day you drive to Pokhara, a city of Lake Paradise. (Note: You can take a 30 minutes (approx.) flight to Pokhara if you do not like driving.) After sightseeing in Pokhara, you can even do boating in Phewa Lake. You spend another day in Pokhara and drive towards Chitwan. Chitwan lies in the Terai belt of Nepal and the best place to observe the wildlife in Chitwan National Park. The trip ends after you drive back to Kathmandu after spending 2 nights at Chitwan.

Trip Outline

Day 01: Arrival at Delhi and explore Delhi.
Day 02: Drive to Jaipur: 258 km/ 6.5 hrs
Day 03: Drive to Agra: 240 km/ 4 hrs
Day 04: Drive back to Delhi: 210 km/4.5 hrs
Day 05: Fly to Bhutan, Paro International Airport (2250m) and sightseeing in the afternoon.
Day 06: Excursion to the Tigers Nest (3190m) and Drive to Thimphu (2 hours/54km) in the afternoon (2350m).
Day 07: Drive to Punakha (1250m)3 hours/77 km
Day 08: Drive back to Paro.
Day 09: Fly back to Kathmandu and Sightseeing in the afternoon.
Day 10: Drive to Pokhara. 200km/6 hours
Day 11: Full day sightseeing of Pokhara.
Day 13: Full day jungle activities in Chitwan National park.
Day 14: Drive back to Kathmandu. 170km/5 hours
Day 15: Final departure.

Starting Price

USD 2999 per person

Group Discount : Available

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Arrival on: Delhi

Departure from: Kathmandu

Day 1

Arrival at Delhi and explore Delhi

The representative from Adventure Mission Nepal’s India agency will pick you up from the airport. After a brief rest, you will go for an introductory walk around the old streets of Delhi.

Day 2

Drive to Jaipur: 258 kms

We drive to the city of Jaipur today; it is also referred as the pink city of India. After breakfast at the hotel, we will do the sightseeing of the Laxmi Narayan Temple and Giant Shiva Statue. The drive to the pink city is about 7 hours and we cover the distance of around 260km. Upon arrival at Jaipur, we will rest a bit and start the sightseeing of the famous landmarks of Jaipur. The places to see in Jaipur include the City Jaipur Palace, Hawa Mahal or Wind Palace and Jantar Mantar, a 17th-century Observatory built by King Jai Singh. We will also visit the Amber fort if we have enough time if not we will visit it after breakfast tomorrow.

Estimated Walking Distance: Drive 6.5 Hrs

Day 3

Drive to Agra: 240 km

We will drive to Agra after breakfast. On the way, we will make a brief stop at Fatepur Sikri, built by Mughal Emperor Akbar. The surrounding also includes the Jame Mosque, the tomb of Salim Christi, the Panch Mahal and others. Upon arrival at Agra check in at the hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel Estimated Walking Distance: Drive 4 Hrs

Day 4

Drive back to Delhi: 210 km

After breakfast, we visit the legendary Taj Mahal, the symbol of love and peace, built by Mogul emperor Sarjahan in the Memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz. We also visit the Agra fort also a landmark form the Mogul period. After sightseeing in Agra we will drive back to Delhi and visit the Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, India Gate, Parliament House, Birla Temple, and Raj Ghat.

Day 5

Fly to Bhutan, Paro International Airport and sightseeing in the afternoon (2250m)

The flight into Bhutan is one of the most interesting Mountain flights in the world. You will be welcomed by the representative of Adventure mission Nepal treks and expedition and transferred to the hotel. After a brief rest and lunch, we will head towards the Ta Dzong, the National Museum of Bhutan. After the visit to the Museum, we take a short walk to the Rinpung Dzong often described as the fort with heaps of Jewel. Khichu Lhakhang is the next place we visit. It is the oldest monument in the small kingdom of Bhutan. By the late afternoon, we reach the Drugyal Dzong (Bhutan Victory Fort) built around the mid 17th century in the memory of the Bhutanese victory over the Tibetan invaders.

Day 6

Excursion to the Tigers Nest (3190m) and Drive to Thimphu (2 hours/54km) in the afternoon (2350m)

After a warm and nice breakfast served at the hotel, we will hike up the 4200 steps to the Tiger's Nest, locally known as the Taktsang Monastery. This monastery has been the identification of Bhutan since a long time because of its religious significance and also because of its location. The Mahayani Buddhist believes that the first Dalai Lama, Padmasambhav flew on a back of a tigress to her for Meditation. While coming down we will have lunch halfway down the hill and continue to Paro. We drive to Thimpu in the late afternoon. This is a scenic drive through the hills for around 2 hours.

Day 7

Drive to Punakha (1250m)

We start the day in the morning with a drive to Punakha via Dochu La (3,100 meters). The drive is around 3 hours long and is 77 km from Thimpu. This town derives its name from the river on whose banks it is situated, the Punakha River. We will make a brief visit to the fertility temple known as Chimi Lhakhang. You can receive blessings of fertility with a phallus (Symbolic representation of male sexual organ) from the Lama. Upon arrival at Punakha, we will have lunch and visit the Punakha Zhong in the evening.

Day 8

Drive back to Paro

Although Paro is only 130 km away from Punakha it takes us 4 hours because of the hilly road and also the speed limit in Bhutan is 50 Km/hour. We will make a stop at the Dochula pass to spend some time at the Druk Wangyal Monastery. We will stop in Thimpu for lunch. Explore local farms in the evening.

Day 9

Fly back to Kathmandu and Sightseeing in the afternoon

Our staff with your nameplate will be waiting for you at the airport. After check-in at the hotel in Kathmandu, we transfer you to Pashupatinath and Boudhanath, two world heritage sites in Kathmandu city among the 7. Your first sight of Kathmandu might not be very pleasant because of the long queue in the airport for a visa as most of the people get a visa on arrival we advise our guest to get a visa from their home country. Pashupatinath Temple- Pashupatinath is the biggest shrine of Lord Shiva in Nepal and is the most sacred temple for Hindus all over the world. The present structure is not very old but the site of Pashupatinath has been holy since the last 2000 years. The cremation site beside the temple is a unique site for visitors as you see the burning of the dead bodies is interesting but not a pleasant site. The holy men with all kinds of makeup and ashes all over the bodies are also central attraction besides the Pashupatinath temple and the Holy River Bagmati. Boudhanath Stupa- Boudhanath Stupa is also known as the Little Tibet in Kathmandu as more than 50 thousand Tibetan refugees took refuge in Boudhanath area after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1949. This is a spiritual place with the two eyes of Buddha conveying the message of peace to you. Make sure you go through the Thanka painting galleries around the area to better understand the concept of Tibetan Buddhism and its practices.

Day 10

Drive to Pokhara 200km

After a warm breakfast at hotel we start the 7 hours/200km drive to Pokhara. We will make few stops on the way as there are lots of places to capture photographs. We will follow the Trishuli River, one of the best rivers for amateur rafting until Mugling and then onwards go on the opposite direction of the Marshayngdi River for a while. Besides the small and simple villages the Prithvi Highway also offer nice view of mountains, most notably from Khairini and onwards. If the weather is clear you can see the Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, Manaslu and Annapurna as soon as you start going down from Kathmandu. In the evening stroll around the lake side or depending on the time you reach Pokhara for a boating trip in the Phewa Lake.

Estimated Walking Distance: Drive 6 Hrs

Day 11

Full day sightseeing of Pokhara

Your city guide will come to receive you after breakfast and drive towards the Davis fall, named after a Swiss coupled washed away by the waterfall in 1961. Then cross the road and go to the Gupteshwor cave with a self-created statue of Lord Shiva and the view of Davis fall coming down from the other side. 5 minutes walk from the Gupteshwor cave is the Tibetan refugee camp where you can see Tibetan refugees doing different kinds of work for livelihood such as making carpets, making jewelry with semi-precious stones and selling things to tourist. After spending some time to understand Tibet and its political conditions in the area we head towards the Bindabasani temple and the Seti river gorge.

Day 12

Drive to Chitwan.170km

The drive from Pokhara to Chitwan is a scenic drive of 6 hours. The change in the vegetation and lifestyle of the people is very significant. We will reach Chitwan for Lunch on this day. After a brief rest we take a walk through the village of the Tharu people, one of the famous indigenous groups in Nepal. They are famous for their resistance against Malaria, also for the huts they live in and the unique culture they have which they brought with them from Rajasthan in India from where they migrated. After a brief walk in the village to understand better we will come back to the hotel to see the Tharu dance program, which is a collection of many different dances that are performed by Tharu in different festivals.

Estimated Walking Distance: Drive 5 Hrs

Day 13

Full day jungle activities in Chitwan National park

Yes, you are in the periphery of the Chitwan national park, the best habitat for tropical animals and plants in Nepal. This is an exciting day ahead of you. After breakfast in the morning, we drive for a while from your jungle camp and go for the canoeing in the Budi Rapti River. The canoeing lasts for maximum 40 minutes and during those 40 minutes, you see at least 20 species of birds and 2 species of crocodiles basking in the sun. There are chances to see the one-horned rhino and other wild animals. After the canoeing, we go to the elephant breeding center where female elephants are kept for breeding. You might also see few small naughty ones coming to play with the visitors. We drive to the elephant bathing place in Sauaraha. You can participate in the elephant bathing if you want. It cost you 2-3 dollars for a shower on top of an elephant. We head back to the hotel for lunch and rest for a while. At around 3 pm we will go for the elephant ride inside the Chitwan national park which lasts for 2 hours. There you can see many animals including one-horned rhino, 4 species of deer, monkeys and many more.

Day 14

Drive back to Kathmandu. 170km

You simply drive back to Kathmandu enjoying the beautiful landscape.

Day 15

Final Departure

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Himalayan Trekkers promises to manage the best, most comfortable and preferable accommodation.

Generally, in cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Thimpu, and Paro, we arrange basic three-star facilities. If available, you can opt for a more budget-friendly option or upgrade to a more luxurious hotel by paying a little extra. 


Breakfast is usually included with your B&B Accommodation within the cost that is evident.
For other meals in the city, you would have to pay separately. Often in the cities, you can choose from many different cuisines and varied food services. We can always help you find the right place to fit your taste.

On top of that, Himalayan Trekkers also organizes Welcome and Farewell Dinners as a symbol of warm greetings.

Please go through the detailed itinerary for more information. We are always there to help you travel to your heart’s content.


Whats Included

Whats Not Included


Gears required for the trek vary upon destination and season. Trekking shoes, down jacket, sleeping bag, hiking poles are the essential ones. Besides these – the following list is suggested:


  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Sun glasses
  • Sunscream
  • Lip Balm.


  • Thin & Warm Socks - 2 pairs
  • Sandals
  • Trekking Shoes on the trek
  • Comfortable Shoes in cities


  • Warm gloves
  • T-shirts
  • Light jackets and pullovers
  • Wind – stopper jacket
  • Undergarments
  • Hiking shorts
  • Cotton/woolen pants or trousers


  • Earplug
  • Electronics gadgets of your choice
  • Spare Battery
  • Notebook, pen, guidebook and map
  • Tour/Trekking Bag
  • Hiking Poles
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Down jacket
  • Toiletries (toilet paper, toothbrush/paste, nail cutter, anti-bacterial hand wash


Your Words - as is. Reviews from Previous Himalayan Trekkers Travelers.


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08 Sep 2016


United States

A Great Experience - 35 Day Solo Tour of Nepal, Bhutan, and India!

My 35 day solo tour with Adventure Mission Nepal covering Nepal, Bhutan, and India was a great experience! Raj Dhamala, the owner of Adventure Mission Nepal worked with me for 10 months to plan it, and replied to my dozens of emailed questions promptly. The cost was agreed on in advance, and nothing was added. Raj added some upgrades after my arrival at no extra cost due to the weather.

Raj met me at the airport in Nepal and several other times at my hotel to confirm my itinerary and satisfaction with the tour activities. He also took the time to show me some of the sights himself, and I had the extra pleasure of having dinner at his home with his family.

The coordination of my itinerary between countries and guides was very good. Some places I visited had very few other tourist, a plus in my book. Hotels were all of good quality and comfortable.

My guides in Nepal, Bhutan, and India were all knowledgeable about the places I visited, and very attentive. They went out of their way to take my fitness level into account, both on foot and on horseback. A special thanks to Joel Jamkatel in Nepal, and my guide in Bhutan who were both outstanding.

As the Monsoon lingered, changes were made to my itinerary to increase my chances for mountain views which worked out well. Joel is an excellent photographer, and speaks very good English. He wrote out the changed itinerary for me to keep and emailed me additional pictures at my request after my return to the U.S. of things I missed photographing myself (like me on horseback) which I really appreciated.

Being almost 60 years old with some fitness issues, finding Adventure Mission Nepal on the internet was a stroke of good fortune. I can recommend Adventure Mission Nepal very highly. The company is well run and ethical, and treats its clients very well. In my opinion, they provided excellent value for the money as well.

I hope to be able to return to Nepal soon for another tour with Adventure Mission Nepal. Thanks for everything!

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