TIBET, NEPAL & BHUTAN

Explore the Himalaya

TOUR DATES : APRIL 13 - MAY 2, 2025 &
SEPTEMBER 21 - OCTOBER 10, 2025

Journey to Sacred Lands

In Tibet, an isolated land cut off from the world for all but the last century, beauty and strangeness appear in equal measure. What causes our enduring fascination with Tibet? Surely its inaccessibility, mysterious gompas, lunar landscape, and tenacious citizens transfix us. Beneath an often crystal-blue sky, the Tibetan people exist in a medieval world.

From the amazing views of Everest to the bazaars and historic sites of Kathmandu, a visit to Nepal is truly rewarding.

Tucked away high in the Himalayas, bordering Tibet and the Northeastern Frontier provinces of India, Bhutan is a place of peace and natural beauty. The landscape consists of a succession of fantastic, snow-capped peaks and deep valleys.

Our journey across the Himalaya mountains allows you to visit all three of these mystical and compelling mountain countries in one spectacular and unforgettable 20-day journey.

GROUP JOURNEY DATES:
April 13 – May 2, 2025
September 21 – October 10, 2025
4-5 Travelers:
$16,100 per person
6-9 Travelers:
$13,400 per person
10-12 Travelers:
$12,600 per person
INTERNAL AIRFARE:
(Chengdu – Lhasa – Kathmandu – Paro – Bangkok or Delhi)
$2,550 Per Person
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT:
$2,400 per person
GOV’T OF BHUTAN SDF:
(Sustainable Development Fee)
$600 per person

INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS

Land Price Includes:

  • All accommodation in hotels listed in the above itinerary based on double occupancy;
  • China/Tibet: Airport transfers in Chengdu using A/C private vehicles; All ground transportation using non-air conditioned vehicles in Tibet; All sightseeing excursions as listed in itinerary; All meals after arrival in Tibet; All entrance fees to all monuments, monasteries, park service, etc; Services of full time Tibetan Tour Guide from arrival in Tibet to departure from Tibet; All fees associated with obtaining the ‘Tibet Travel Permit;
  • Nepal: Mountain flight airfare; Everest summiteer guide during mountain flight; Round-trip airfare between Kathmandu and Pokhara; All ground transportation using air-conditioned vehicles in Kathmandu; Services of full time Nepalese Tour Guide from arrival in Nepal to departure from Nepal; All sightseeing as noted in the itinerary; All entry fees at all temples, museums and monuments on sight seeing excursions; Govt. Service Taxes as applicable;
  • Bhutan: All meals in Bhutan; All ground transportation using air conditioned vehicles in Bhutan; Services of full time Bhutanese Tour Guide from arrival in Bhutan to departure from Bhutan; All entry fees at all temples, museums and monuments on sightseeing excursions; Bhutan Visa Fee; Bhutan Tourism Fee; All Govt. Service Fees & Taxes.

Land Price Does Not Include:

  • International airfare; Internal Asia Airfare is quoted separately and is subject to change by airlines;
  • Lunches and dinners unless listed in the above itinerary;
  • Items of a personal nature such as excess baggage on flights, alcoholic beverages, laundry, mail, phone calls, faxes, etc.;
  • Tips/gratuity to all local staff, including drivers, guides etc.;
  • Trip cancellation, travel delays, or baggage insurance;
  • Charges incurred as a result of delays beyond the control of Nomadic Expeditions.
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Mt. Everest has a universal appeal. It is the highest point on the planet. It also represents the physical aspect of the heights of human achievement. And though the summit has been reached thousands of times, climbers continue to scale this famous of all mountains, and trekkers visit the basecamps both north and south. See […]

As peoples from the Indus Valley Civilization (3300 – 1300 BC) expanded north they founded settlements in the Kathmandu Valley. Today the capital of Kathmandu bears gorgeous remnants of those small medieval kingdoms. Once a key stop along the ancient Salt Route, Kathmandu thrives still as a confluence of culture, a gateway to the Himalaya, and a

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