Nepal Bhutan Short Tour Overview
The Nepal Bhutan Short Tour is considered one of the best-combined tours among travelers because both countries are a blend of great natural beauty that harmonizes with vast cultural diversity. This is a great opportunity to explore the impressive mountain peaks, pristine landscapes, unique traditional culture, and spiritual people of Nepal and Bhutan.
Our 8 days 7 nights journey to the lands of diverse vibrancy is undoubtedly rewarding. This is a grand opportunity to gain life experience and wonderful memories. This short tour begins and as well as ends in Kathmandu.
You will be able to discover many wonders of Nepal such as the Pashupatinath Temple (holy shrine of Lord Shiva), the Bouddhanath Stupa (the largest stupa in South Asia and Buddhist shrine), Swayambhunath Stupa (also known as monkey temple), Patan Durbar Square and Kathmandu Durbar Square.
All these historical monuments are enlisted in UNESCO world heritage sites and represent prehistoric arts and architecture from various eras and regimes.
While in Bhutan, you will visit the iconic sites including Paro Dzong (fort), Ta Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Drugyal Dzong, and Punakha Dzong.
The itinerary can be extended or customized according to your interests and schedules. We will be happy to help and organize the trips for you as per your requirements.
- The perfect package to explore two Himalayan Asian countries in a short time frame
- Get to know about the diversity of different cultures and traditions of different community
- Learn a different kind of language of a different cast in each country
- See the breathtaking view of the Himalayan peaks
- Nepal Bhutan Short Tour shows the alpine vegetation, flora & fauna, wildlife of the country
Best Time to do Nepal Bhutan Short Tour
Both Nepal and Bhutan have diverse climates, ranging from high mountains to lowland sub-tropical jungles as well as a variety of climates in between, and have four distinct seasons.
Spring and autumn are the gentler seasons in both Nepal and Bhutan, and they are the busiest tourist seasons, with bright skies and pleasant weather. The weather will be perfect for traveling with a clear blue sky, Greenery everywhere, blooming flowers, and freshness in the atmosphere. If you travel on festival days then you can celebrate the different festivals in both countries with local people.
In the winter, both countries face cold weather and snow at higher elevations. This short tour is possible in winter but you have to come prepared. After all, winter offers an amazing view of the snow-capped mountain with glowing white snow on the route.
Summer is also a monsoon season. The heavy pouring could make trekking more difficult and also affects the flight schedules.