Nepal - Bhutan

Immerse yourself in a journey that bridges the diverse landscapes, cultures, and traditions of two Himalayan jewels: Nepal and Bhutan. With the "Multiple Countries Tour," Luxury Holidays Nepal offers travelers a unique odyssey that seamlessly combines Nepal's rugged beauty and rich heritage with Bhutan's deep-rooted spirituality and serene landscapes. Dive into the bustling streets of Kathmandu, explore the tranquil lakes of Pokhara, climb up to the mystical Tiger’s Nest Monastery, and experience the harmony of Thimphu. Every moment, every sight, and every interaction on this curated tour promises a tapestry of memories that will stay etched in your heart forever. Join us, as we unlock the doors to the true essence of the Himalayas.

Nepal: The Land of the Himalayas

Nepal, a landlocked gem nestled between the towering peaks of the Himalayas and the dense jungles of the Indian plains, stands as a testament to nature's grandeur and the resilience of the human spirit. Often referred to as the 'Land of the Himalayas', Nepal boasts eight of the world's ten highest peaks, including the majestic Mount Everest. But it's not just its mountains that inspire awe.

The pulsating heart of Nepal, Kathmandu, is a melting pot of cultures, histories, and faiths, evident in its ancient temples, shrines, and bustling marketplaces. The Kathmandu Valley, with its rich tapestry of history, art, and architecture, has earned UNESCO World Heritage status, making it a must-visit for history enthusiasts and cultural explorers.

Beyond the cities, Nepal unfolds into a diverse landscape. From the serene beauty of Pokhara, with its tranquil lakes reflecting the Annapurna range, to the wild jungles of Chitwan National Park, home to the royal Bengal tiger and one-horned rhinoceros, the nation offers an unmatched range of experiences. For the spiritually inclined, Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, offers a journey of self-discovery.

Nepal is not just a destination; it's an emotion. The warmth of its people, their rich folklore, vibrant festivals, and soulful melodies, encapsulate a deep sense of belonging and oneness. Whether you're scaling its heights, exploring its depths, or simply wandering its streets, Nepal ensures that a part of it stays with you long after you've left its shores.

Bhutan: The Last Shangri-La

Nestled within the formidable embrace of the eastern Himalayas lies Bhutan, often referred to as the ‘Last Shangri-La’. With its untouched landscapes, deep spiritual roots, and an unparalleled commitment to preserving its culture and environment, Bhutan stands as a unique testament to the harmony between man and nature.

Beyond its misty mountains and lush valleys, Bhutan's true essence lies in its spiritual depth and ancient traditions. Dotted with majestic fortresses called 'dzongs' and radiant monasteries, the nation pulses with Buddhist teachings and practices. The iconic cliffside Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro, for instance, is more than just a pilgrimage site; it is a symbol of Bhutan’s unwavering faith and architectural prowess.

The nation's capital, Thimphu, is a blend of the ancient and the modern. Traditional architectural marvels stand side by side with bustling markets and contemporary establishments, offering a glimpse into Bhutan’s journey through time. However, what truly sets Bhutan apart is its philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH). Prioritizing the well-being and happiness of its citizens over mere economic metrics, Bhutan has chosen a path that focuses on holistic development and spiritual growth.

Yet, amidst its scenic and spiritual allure, it's the Bhutanese people who truly capture one's heart. With their vibrant attire, rich folklore, and infectious smiles, they embody the spirit of this serene kingdom.

Bhutan is not just a place; it's an experience. A journey to this Shangri-La is not about ticking off tourist spots but immersing oneself in a world where time slows down, where nature and tradition dance in harmony, and where every breath feels like a step closer to inner peace.

Why Choose Luxury Holidays Nepal?

In a world brimming with travel options, Luxury Holidays Nepal stands apart, not just as a gateway to the unparalleled beauty of Nepal and its neighbors, but as an emblem of distinction, comfort, and authenticity. Here's why discerning travelers consistently choose us:

  • Tailored Experiences: Every traveler is unique, and so should their journey. We craft personalized itineraries, ensuring that each trip resonates with your interests, desires, and travel dreams.

  • Unmatched Quality and Comfort: Our commitment to quality transcends all aspects of our services. From handpicked accommodations that reflect the character of the destination to transportation options that prioritize comfort, we ensure a seamless and luxurious travel experience.

  • Deep Local Expertise: Our in-depth knowledge of the region, cultivated through years of experience, allows us to guide our guests to hidden gems, off-the-beaten-path experiences, and authentic cultural interactions.

  • Dedicated Support: Our guests' well-being and satisfaction are paramount. With 24/7 on-ground support, dedicated trip advisors, and a proactive approach to handling any unforeseen challenges, we ensure that your journey is smooth from start to finish.

  • Sustainable and Responsible Travel: At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we recognize the importance of traveling with a conscience. We actively promote and practice sustainable tourism, ensuring that our tours benefit local communities, preserve cultural heritage, and protect the environment.

  • Authentic Culinary Experiences: Delve into the rich tapestry of local flavors. Our curated culinary experiences offer an authentic taste of the region, from traditional Nepalese momos to the fiery dishes of Bhutan.

  • Safety First: In these changing times, we've redoubled our commitment to safety and hygiene. Our protocols are continuously updated to align with global standards, ensuring you can travel with peace of mind.

Choosing Luxury Holidays Nepal means choosing a journey curated with passion, delivered with expertise, and experience in luxury. Join us, and let's create memories that transcend the ordinary.

Duration of Multiple Countries Tour

The Multiple Countries Tour, encompassing the scenic and cultural wonders of both Nepal and Bhutan, is designed to give travelers a comprehensive experience of these Himalayan gems. The standard duration for this specially curated journey is 14 days.

The itinerary is strategically crafted to ensure that travelers have ample time to immerse themselves in the distinct attractions of each nation without feeling rushed:

  • Nepal (7 days): The first half of the journey unveils the diversity of Nepal. From the historic alleys of Kathmandu and the serene landscapes of Pokhara to the wild terrains of Chitwan, travelers will get an in-depth look at the country's natural beauty and rich heritage.

  • Bhutan (7 days): The next seven days transport travelers to the mystical realms of Bhutan. Highlights include the iconic cliffside Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro, the culturally rich Thimphu, and the picturesque valleys of Punakha.

While 14 days is the recommended duration for a balanced and comprehensive experience, we at Luxury Holidays Nepal understand that each traveler is unique. We are always prepared to customize the itinerary to align with individual preferences, be it a more leisurely pace or specific attractions that one wishes to include.

Embark on this two-week odyssey with us, and discover the heart and soul of the Himalayas.

Visas for Multiple Countries Tour

Embarking on the Multiple Countries Tour that covers both Nepal and Bhutan requires travelers to be aware of the visa regulations for both countries. While the process is straightforward, it's essential to be prepared to ensure a smooth travel experience. Here's a brief guide:

Nepal Visa Information:

  • On Arrival: Most nationalities can obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and other entry points.

  • Duration & Fees: Tourist visas are available for 15, 30, and 90 days. The fees vary based on the duration selected.

  • Documents: A valid passport with at least six months validity from the intended date of entry and passport-sized photos are required.

  • Extension: If you wish to extend your stay in Nepal, you can apply for an extension at the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu.

Bhutan Visa Information:

  • Advance Application: Unlike Nepal, Bhutan does not offer visas on arrival for tourists. All travelers must apply for a visa in advance through an approved tour operator, such as Luxury Holidays Nepal.

  • Fees: The visa fee for Bhutan is typically a flat rate, which is separate from the mandatory daily tariff that tourists must pay.

  • Documents: A valid passport with at least six months validity from the intended date of entry is required. The tour operator will typically handle all the necessary paperwork once provided with the relevant details.

  • Approval: Once approved, a visa clearance letter is issued, which travelers must present upon arrival in Bhutan. The actual visa is then stamped on the passport.

Important Note: Visa regulations and fees are subject to change, so it's always a good idea to consult with your tour operator or check the official websites of Nepal's and Bhutan's immigration departments for the most updated information.

At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we aim to provide a hassle-free travel experience for our guests. As part of our service, we offer assistance and guidance with all visa-related processes to ensure your journey is smooth from start to finish.

Currency for Multiple Countries Tour

Navigating the financial aspects of travel can sometimes be confusing, especially when visiting multiple countries. For those embarking on our Multiple Countries Tour across Nepal and Bhutan, here's a simple guide on the currencies you'll encounter:


  • Currency Name: Nepalese Rupee
  • Currency Code: NPR
  • Symbol: रू
  • Notes: Commonly used denominations include 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 rupees.
  • Coins: While coins are available in denominations such as 1, 5, and 10 rupees, notes are more commonly used.

Tipping in Nepal: Tipping is customary in Nepal for services like guided tours, restaurants, and in hotels. However, the amount you tip is at your discretion and should reflect the quality of service received.


  • Currency Name: Bhutanese Ngultrum
  • Currency Code: BTN
  • Symbol: Nu.
  • Notes: The ngultrum's denominations include 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000.
  • Coins: They come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 25, and 50 chhertum (or chetrums).

Note: The Bhutanese Ngultrum is pegged to the Indian Rupee (INR). Indian Rupees can also be used in Bhutan, but high-denomination notes (INR 500 and above) might not be widely accepted.

Tipping in Bhutan: Tipping is appreciated but not mandatory in Bhutan. If you wish to tip for good service in restaurants, hotels, or for guides and drivers, it's typically done in cash.

ATMs and Card Usage: ATMs are available in major cities of both countries, but their density reduces as you move to remote areas. Visa and MasterCard are accepted in many hotels and larger restaurants, especially in the cities. However, it's advisable to carry sufficient cash, especially while traveling to less urban areas.

Currency Exchange: Both countries have numerous licensed money exchange counters, especially in tourist areas. It's recommended to exchange money at reputable counters or banks and always keep receipts for any transactions.

At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we understand that financial preparedness is an essential aspect of travel. Our team is always available to provide current insights and guidance regarding financial matters to ensure you have a seamless experience on your journey across Nepal and Bhutan.

Best Time for Multiple Countries Tour (Nepal - Bhutan)

Both Nepal and Bhutan, situated in the heart of the Himalayas, boast diverse climates influenced by altitude and topography. To ensure that you experience the best of what both nations have to offer, timing your visit is crucial. Here's our guide to the best times for the Multiple Countries Tour:


Nepal essentially has four main seasons, but the two most favored seasons by travelers are:

  • Spring (March to May): Regarded as one of the best times to visit, spring sees the rhododendrons in full bloom, covering the hillside treks in a vibrant hue. The weather is pleasant, with clear skies offering fantastic views of the Himalayan peaks.

  • Autumn (September to November): After the monsoon rains, the skies clear up, providing crystal-clear views of the mountains. The climate remains moderate, making it another ideal time for treks and sightseeing.


Bhutan too experiences varied seasons, with two primary periods standing out as the most tourist-friendly:

  • Spring (March to May): Much like Nepal, spring in Bhutan is colorful and vibrant, with flowers in full bloom. The temperatures are comfortable, and it's also the time for Paro Tshechu, one of Bhutan's most celebrated festivals.

  • Autumn (September to November): Offering clear blue skies and excellent visibility, autumn is perfect for treks and exploring Bhutan's stunning landscapes. The famous Thimphu Tshechu festival also takes place during this period.

Points to Consider:

  • Monsoon (June to August): Both Nepal and Bhutan experience the monsoon season with heavy rainfall. While the countryside turns lush and green, there might be risks of landslides, especially in hilly terrains.

  • Winter (December to February): While the higher Himalayan regions in both countries experience heavy snowfall and can be very cold, the lower valleys remain relatively warmer and can still be visited. This period can be an excellent time for cultural tours, though trekking in high-altitude areas might be challenging.

  • Festivals: Both Nepal and Bhutan have a rich tapestry of festivals. If your interest leans towards cultural experiences, you might want to time your visit around the major festivals in either country.

No matter when you choose to embark on the Multiple Countries Tour, Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures that every experience is curated to your preferences, providing you with the best of what Nepal and Bhutan have to offer in each season.

Accommodations on Multiple Countries Tour

Accommodation plays a pivotal role in defining a traveler's experience, especially when traversing diverse landscapes such as those of Nepal and Bhutan. At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we meticulously select accommodations that epitomize comfort, authenticity, and luxury. Here's what you can expect on our Multiple Countries Tour:


  • Kathmandu: The capital city boasts a range of luxury hotels, from international chains like the Marriott, Hyatt, and Radisson to boutique establishments that capture the essence of Nepal's rich heritage. Many of these hotels are located close to major tourist attractions, allowing easy exploration.

  • Pokhara: As a major tourist hub, Pokhara offers luxury resorts overlooking the serene Phewa Lake, with the Annapurna range forming a mesmerizing backdrop. Expect world-class amenities combined with panoramic views.

  • Chitwan: For those seeking a jungle experience, luxury jungle resorts and lodges in Chitwan provide an immersive experience. Thatched roofs, wooden interiors, and nature-inspired décor blend seamlessly with modern luxuries.

  • Other Areas: Depending on the specific itinerary, travelers may stay in mountain lodges or teahouses during treks, which, while simpler than city accommodations, offer warm hospitality and stunning mountain views.


  • Thimphu: The capital offers a mix of traditional and modern accommodations. Luxury hotels such as Taj Tashi blend Bhutanese architecture with contemporary amenities, ensuring a plush stay.

  • Paro: Paro, home to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery, offers charming boutique hotels and resorts. These establishments often feature traditional Bhutanese architecture and provide captivating views of the lush valley.

  • Punakha & Other Regions: As with Paro and Thimphu, luxury resorts in regions like Punakha offer an amalgamation of tradition and comfort. Expect intricately carved wooden interiors, traditional Bhutanese décor, and modern amenities.

Points to Consider:

  • Cultural Authenticity: Both in Nepal and Bhutan, many luxury accommodations ensure that guests experience the respective countries' cultural richness, from architecture and décor to cuisine and spa treatments.

  • Eco-Friendly Practices: With the emphasis both countries place on sustainability, several accommodations adopt eco-friendly practices, ensuring travelers have a minimal environmental footprint.

  • Customization: While we recommend specific hotels and resorts based on our experience and guest feedback, Luxury Holidays Nepal is always open to customizing accommodation choices based on travelers' preferences.

Embarking on the Multiple Countries Tour with us guarantees not just a journey through mesmerizing landscapes but also stays in accommodations that cater to relaxation, luxury, and a genuine experience of the local culture.

Foods on Multiple Countries Tour

One of the most enriching ways to understand a culture is through its cuisine. Both Nepal and Bhutan have unique culinary landscapes, deeply rooted in their traditions, geography, and lifestyle. Here's a gastronomic guide for travelers on our Multiple Countries Tour:


  • Dal Bhat: A traditional meal, it includes steamed rice (bhat) and lentil soup (dal). This is often accompanied by vegetable curries, chutney, and might also include meat curries or fried fish.

  • Momo: Nepalese-style dumplings that are filled with either meat or vegetables.

  • Thukpa: A noodle soup that has its origins in Tibet but is very popular in Nepal. It contains meat or vegetables, spices, and noodles.

  • Sel Roti: A traditional homemade, sweet, ring-shaped rice bread/doughnut.

  • Yogurt (Dahi): Especially famous in the Bhaktapur region, it's a must-try creamy delight.


  • Ema Datshi: Often referred to as Bhutan's national dish, it's a spicy mix of chilies and the delicious local cheese known as Datshi.

  • Phaksha Paa: Pork cooked with spicy red chillies.

  • Red Rice: This is a staple with most meals, often served with various side dishes of meat, vegetables, and chili sauces.

  • Jasha Maru: A spicy chicken stew typically paired with red rice.

  • Ara: A traditional alcoholic beverage made from rice, maize, millet, or wheat.

Points to Note:

  • Spices: Both Nepali and Bhutanese cuisines use a variety of spices. However, Bhutanese dishes are notably spicier, with chillies often being the main ingredient.

  • Vegetarian Options: Given the Buddhist influence, especially in Bhutan, there are plenty of delicious vegetarian and vegan options available.

  • Dining Experience: In major cities and tourist spots, one can find a variety of cuisines, from continental to Asian. Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures that while we provide authentic local experiences, we also cater to the varied palates of our guests.

  • Traditional Settings: In both countries, travelers will have opportunities to dine in traditional settings, often with seating on the floor and meals served in wooden or brass utensils, enhancing the cultural experience.

Embrace the culinary journey as you traverse through the landscapes of Nepal and Bhutan. With Luxury Holidays Nepal, rest assured that every meal is not just about satiating hunger, but it's an experience, a story, and a cherished memory in the making.

Best Places to Visit on Multiple Countries Tour

When journeying across the heart of the Himalayas, the diverse landscapes and rich cultures of Nepal and Bhutan offer a plethora of iconic destinations. On our Multiple Countries Tour, here are the must-visit places in both of these enchanting countries:


  • Kathmandu Valley: The capital city, with its blend of modernity and ancient heritage, is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Swayambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath Temple, and Patan Durbar Square.

  • Pokhara: Known as the tourist capital, Pokhara boasts the serene Phewa Lake, majestic views of the Annapurna range, and attractions like the Peace Pagoda and Devi’s Fall.

  • Chitwan National Park: Dive into the wilderness with a jungle safari and witness the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, and various bird species.

  • Lumbini: Birthplace of Lord Buddha, it's a pilgrimage site boasting ancient monasteries, the Mayadevi Temple, and the sacred Bodhi tree.

  • Everest Base Camp (For Trekkers): An exhilarating trek that takes adventurers close to the world's highest peak, offering unparalleled mountain views.


  • Paro: Home to the iconic Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest Monastery), perched on a cliffside. The Rinpung Dzong and the National Museum are other significant attractions.

  • Thimphu: The capital city is a blend of modernity and tradition, offering attractions such as the Tashichho Dzong, Buddha Dordenma statue, and the Folk Heritage Museum.

  • Punakha: Visit the beautiful Punakha Dzong, located at the confluence of two rivers. The suspension bridge and Chimi Lhakhang (Temple of the Divine Madman) are other highlights.

  • Phobjikha Valley: A picturesque glacial valley known for its beautiful landscapes and the annual migration of the endangered Black-necked cranes.

  • Bumthang: Often referred to as Bhutan's spiritual heartland, it is home to some of the country’s oldest temples and monasteries.

Points to Consider:

  • Altitude: As both countries are nestled in the Himalayas, several destinations have significant altitudes. It's crucial to be aware of altitude sickness and take necessary precautions.

  • Cultural Sensitivity: Both Nepal and Bhutan have rich traditions and customs. Respecting local customs, especially when visiting religious sites, enhances the travel experience.

  • Guided Tours: Especially in Bhutan, independent traveling is limited, and visitors often explore with a guide. Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures knowledgeable and friendly guides for a deep dive into the local culture and history.

Exploring Nepal and Bhutan with Luxury Holidays Nepal guarantees not just sightseeing but immersive experiences, stories, and a deeper understanding of the vibrant tapestry that these countries represent.

Top Things to Do on Multiple Countries Tour

Combining the mystical allure of Nepal and Bhutan, our Multiple Countries Tour ensures travelers experience activities that are emblematic of each country's essence. From spirituality-infused excursions to adrenaline-pumping adventures, here's a curated list of top things to do:


  • Trekking: With eight of the world's ten highest peaks, including Everest, Nepal is a trekker's paradise. Embark on iconic treks like Annapurna Circuit, Langtang Valley, and Ghorepani Poon Hill.

  • Cultural Tours: Explore Kathmandu Valley's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, attending traditional ceremonies, and dive into the history that dates back centuries.

  • Wildlife Safari: Experience a jungle safari in Chitwan or Bardia National Park, spotting rhinos, tigers, and various bird species.

  • Paragliding: Soar above the picturesque landscapes of Pokhara, with the Annapurna range providing a mesmerizing backdrop.

  • Yoga and Meditation: Reconnect with your inner self at serene locations in the Himalayan foothills, tapping into the age-old practices of yoga and meditation.


  • Hike to Tiger's Nest: This iconic monastery perched on a cliffside is a must-visit. The hike itself, through pine forests and misty paths, is as rewarding as the destination.

  • Festival Experiences: Attend traditional Bhutanese festivals like Tshechus, where masked dances, colorful costumes, and local music offer insights into Bhutan's spiritual heritage.

  • Archery: Experience Bhutan's national sport firsthand. Whether you try your hand at it or simply watch a match, it's an integral part of Bhutanese culture.

  • Hot Stone Bath: Indulge in this traditional Bhutanese therapy. River stones are heated and placed in water, releasing minerals to create a therapeutic soak.

  • Visit Local Markets: Explore markets like Thimphu's Weekend Market, where you can buy local handicrafts, and organic produce, and interact with locals.

Points to Consider:

  • Physical Fitness: Some activities, especially trekking and hiking, require a reasonable level of physical fitness. It's essential to be well-prepared.

  • Respect Local Traditions: Especially during festivals or while visiting religious sites, dressing modestly and following local etiquettes enrich the experience.

  • Safety First: While indulging in adventure sports, always prioritize safety. Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures that all adventure activities are conducted under expert supervision.

  • Culinary Adventures: Apart from the mentioned activities, don't miss out on culinary experiences. Try local dishes and beverages for a complete sensory journey.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal orchestrating your journey, every activity becomes more than just an experience. It becomes a story etched in your memories, capturing the heart and soul of Nepal and Bhutan.

Luxury Multiple Countries Tour

Unveil the grandeur of the Himalayas with a touch of luxury. Our specially curated Luxury Multiple Countries Tour seamlessly blends the ethereal beauty of Nepal and Bhutan with exquisite comforts, ensuring an unparalleled travel experience. Here’s what our premium itinerary offers:

Lavish Arrivals:

  • Private Transfers: From the moment you land, enjoy chauffeur-driven luxury vehicles, ensuring comfort and privacy.
  • Personalized Welcome: A traditional welcome ceremony awaits you, capturing the essence of Nepalese and Bhutanese hospitality.

Nepal - Where Opulence Meets Heritage:

  • Kathmandu: Stay at iconic luxury properties like Dwarika's Hotel, reflecting Nepal's architectural grandeur. Experience private guided tours of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and exclusive dining experiences with local culinary experts.

  • Pokhara: Reside at the lakeside luxury resorts offering panoramic views of the Annapurna range. Enjoy a private boat ride on Phewa Lake and helicopter tours to the Annapurna Base Camp.

  • Chitwan: Embark on a jungle safari from the comfort of luxury jungle lodges. Witness wildlife while savoring world-class amenities.

Bhutan - Dive into the Heart of Luxury in the Land of the Thunder Dragon:

  • Thimphu: Experience the fusion of tradition and luxury at Taj Tashi or similar upscale accommodations. Private tours to key attractions ensure a personalized experience.

  • Paro: Stay at lavish resorts like Zhiwa Ling or Aman Kora, immersing in the valley's tranquility. A VIP trek to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is an absolute must.

  • Punakha: Relish the serenity of luxury resorts set amidst terraced rice fields. Enjoy spa treatments that infuse traditional Bhutanese techniques with modern therapies.

Exquisite Experiences:

  • Private Helicopter Tours: Witness the grandeur of the Himalayas from the skies, offering bird's-eye views of Everest in Nepal and Jomolhari in Bhutan.

  • Gourmet Dining: Relish curated meals, including royal Bhutanese feasts and traditional Nepali thalis, at exclusive settings - from ancient palaces to riverside retreats.

  • Cultural Immersions: Attend private cultural performances, workshops, and engage with local artisans, ensuring a deep connection with the destination's soul.

  • Spa and Wellness: Indulge in rejuvenating spa treatments, yoga sessions, and traditional therapies, ensuring complete relaxation amidst your explorations.

Points to Consider:

  • Customization: Our luxury tour is fully customizable. Whether it's specific properties, exclusive experiences, or culinary preferences, we ensure every detail aligns with our guests' desires.

  • Sustainability: While ensuring luxury, we're committed to responsible tourism. Our properties and experiences emphasize eco-friendly practices, ensuring minimal environmental impact.

  • Personalized Care: Our dedicated concierge service ensures guests' every whim is catered to, from itinerary adjustments to spontaneous requests.

Journey with Luxury Holidays Nepal as we transcend typical travel experiences, ensuring that every moment of your Luxury Multiple Countries Tour is draped in comfort, authenticity, and sheer opulence. Experience the best of Nepal and Bhutan, elevated by unparalleled luxury.

Cost of Multiple Countries Tour

While I cannot provide real-time pricing or specifics due to my last update in September 2021, I can give you a general idea of the factors that influence the cost of a Multiple Countries Tour that includes Nepal and Bhutan. For precise figures, you would need to contact travel agencies or tour operators like Luxury Holidays Nepal directly.

Factors Influencing the Cost:

  • Duration of the Trip: The number of days you intend to spend will significantly affect the cost. A typical luxury tour spanning both countries could range from 10 days to 3 weeks or more.

  • Accommodations: The choice of hotels or lodges varies greatly. Five-star hotels or luxury resorts in both countries will cost significantly more than budget or mid-range accommodations.

  • Transportation: Depending on your choice - whether you opt for economy or business class flights between countries, private chauffeur-driven vehicles, or even luxury experiences like private helicopter rides - transportation can vary in cost.

  • Activities Included: Special activities like guided treks, private tours, cultural performances, spa treatments, and other exclusive experiences will add to the cost.

  • Visa & Permits: Bhutan, in particular, has a daily minimum fee for tourists that covers accommodation, food, transportation, and an official guide. Nepal has visa fees and might have additional permit fees, especially if trekking in national parks or conservation areas.

  • Dining: While some tour packages might include all meals, others might only include breakfast. Dining in luxury or gourmet restaurants will increase the costs.

  • Miscellaneous Costs: Shopping, personal expenses, tips, travel insurance, and other unforeseen costs might not be included in the package and should be considered.

  • Season: The cost can also fluctuate depending on the travel season. Peak seasons (usually spring and autumn) might see a surge in prices due to high demand.

Multiple Countries Tour - Safety

Traveler safety is paramount, especially when exploring foreign lands. When journeying through Nepal and Bhutan, two countries known for their hospitality and serenity, it's essential to be aware of safety guidelines. Here's what you need to know about ensuring a secure and enjoyable tour:

General Safety:

  • Travel Documentation: Always keep your passport, visa, travel insurance, and other essential documents safe. Having digital copies stored securely online or on a local device can be a lifesaver in case of loss.

  • Local Customs: Respecting local traditions and customs ensures a harmonious experience. Dress modestly when visiting religious sites and always ask for permission before taking photographs.

  • Guided Tours: Particularly in Bhutan, independent travel is limited. Ensure you are always with a certified guide. In Nepal, while exploring secluded or less touristy areas, a guide can offer valuable insights and ensure safety.

  • Beware of Scams: Like in many tourist destinations worldwide, be wary of touts or overly persistent sellers. Stick with reputable tour companies and avoid deals that seem too good to be true.

Health Safety:

  • Altitude Sickness: As you'll be in the Himalayan region, be cautious of altitude sickness. Ascend slowly, stay hydrated, and inform your guide immediately if you feel unwell.

  • Vaccinations: Before traveling, consult with your doctor about necessary vaccinations and medications.

  • Water & Food: Drink bottled or purified water. When dining, opt for well-cooked meals and be cautious with street food. Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures dining experiences that meet high hygiene standards.

  • Medical Facilities: While major cities in both countries have decent medical facilities, some remote areas might lack advanced medical care. Ensure you have comprehensive travel insurance covering emergency evacuation.

Safety during Activities:

  • Trekking: Always trek with a reputable agency. Ensure you have the right gear, are updated about weather forecasts, and understand trekking routes' challenges.

  • Adventure Sports: Activities like paragliding, rafting, or bungee jumping in Nepal should be done with certified operators who adhere to international safety standards.

  • Wildlife Safaris: In Nepal's national parks, always follow the guidelines provided by your guide to ensure safety during wildlife encounters.

Safety Concerns Specific to Bhutan: Bhutan is often considered one of the safest countries for tourists. The strict tourism policies and the presence of guides ensure that travelers are less likely to face problems. However, like anywhere else, always keep an eye on personal belongings and avoid wandering off alone at night.

Concluding Notes: Traveling with a reputable company like Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures that safety measures are already in place. We prioritize our guests' well-being and are always updated with real-time information, ensuring that your journey through Nepal and Bhutan remains both mesmerizing and safe.

A journey through Nepal and Bhutan is more than just a vacation—it's a voyage into a world where nature's grandeur coexists harmoniously with rich cultural tapestries, offering travelers an unmatched blend of spiritual, historical, and natural wonders.

Nepal, a mosaic of diverse ethnicities and landscapes, entices travelers with its majestic peaks, vibrant cities, and the timeless aura of its ancient temples. From the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the serene trails of the Annapurna range, Nepal is a testament to the indomitable spirit of the Himalayas and its people.

Meanwhile, Bhutan, often referred to as the "Last Shangri-La," offers an untouched canvas of monastic traditions, pristine landscapes, and a philosophy that celebrates happiness over materialism. Its fortress-like dzongs, fluttering prayer flags, and the iconic Tiger's Nest Monastery, perched on a cliffside, provide glimpses into a kingdom that has embraced modernity while fiercely preserving its traditions.

Embarking on the Multiple Countries Tour with Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures that every nuance, every melody, and hue of these incredible nations is experienced in the finest detail. Our commitment is not just to guide you through the must-visit sites but to immerse you in experiences that resonate on a personal level, creating memories that last a lifetime.

In essence, as the curtain falls on this journey, travelers are left not just with photographs or souvenirs but with an enriched perspective on life, an appreciation for nature's wonders, and a deep connection with the soul of two of the world's most enchanting destinations.

Join us in exploring the magic of Nepal and Bhutan, where every step is a discovery and every moment a celebration of life's beautiful intricacies.

FAQs on Multiple Countries Tour

Q: What is the ideal duration for a Multiple Countries Tour covering Nepal and Bhutan?

The ideal duration varies based on travelers' interests. However, a comprehensive luxury experience spanning both countries typically ranges from 10 days to 3 weeks.

Q: How do I handle visas for both countries?

For Nepal, you can obtain a visa on arrival or from a Nepali embassy prior to travel. Bhutan requires travelers to secure a visa before arrival, which is arranged by your travel agency after the full tour payment.

Q: What currency should I carry during my trip?

In Nepal, the official currency is the Nepali Rupee (NPR), and in Bhutan, it's the Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN). US dollars are also widely accepted, especially in tourist areas.

Q: When is the best time to embark on this tour?

The best times for a Nepal-Bhutan tour are during spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear.

Q: What kind of accommodations can I expect?

Our luxury tours ensure stays in upscale hotels, resorts, and lodges that provide world-class amenities and showcase the local architecture and culture.

Q: Are the foods safe to eat during my journey?

Absolutely! Luxury Holidays Nepal ensures dining experiences that meet high hygiene standards. However, when dining outside of the itinerary, opt for well-cooked meals and be cautious with street food.

Q: What are some must-visit places in both countries?

In Nepal, Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, and Chitwan are must-visits. In Bhutan, Thimphu, Paro, and Punakha are key highlights.

Q: What are the top activities to indulge in during this tour?

From trekking in the Himalayas, and exploring UNESCO World Heritage Sites, to engaging in cultural performances and traditional ceremonies, the options are vast. Our tour also offers luxury experiences like private helicopter rides and gourmet dining.

Q: How safe is it to travel in Nepal and Bhutan?

Both countries are generally safe for tourists. We prioritize our guests' well-being, offering guidance and real-time information to ensure a secure journey. Additionally, always following local guidelines and norms enhances safety.

Q: Why should I choose Luxury Holidays Nepal for this tour?

With our deep understanding of both destinations, Luxury Holidays Nepal offers a seamless blend of authentic experiences wrapped in luxury. From customized itineraries to unmatched on-ground support, we ensure your journey is unforgettable.

If you need any further information, please contact us by email: at [email protected], Phone: at +977- 985 100 5129 (WhatsApp)

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