Tigers Nest (3190m)
1 -16 persons
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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.
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.