Nepal - Tibet

Embark on an unparalleled journey across two of the most enchanting regions in the Himalayan expanse with Luxury Holidays Nepal's exclusive multi-country tour. Dive deep into Nepal’s rich tapestry of culture, spirituality, and breathtaking landscapes, only to find yourself further mesmerized by the serene beauty and profound mysticism of Tibet. As we seamlessly transition between bustling Nepalese marketplaces, sacred Tibetan monasteries, and the awe-inspiring vistas of the world's highest peaks, you'll find yourself captivated by the myriad experiences this tour offers. Perfect for the discerning traveler who yearns for depth, diversity, and a dash of adventure, our Nepal-Tibet tour promises memories that will last a lifetime.

The Best of Both Worlds: Merging Nepal’s Raw Beauty with Tibet’s Spiritual Essence

When wanderlust calls, it beckons travelers to explore diverse landscapes, cultures, and traditions. And what better way to answer that call than a tour that traverses the realms of Nepal and Tibet? Dive deep into the confluence of two distinct worlds, each offering an unparalleled blend of experiences that are as exhilarating as they are enlightening.

Nepal: The land where nature and culture converge. Home to the majestic peaks of the Himalayas, including the world-renowned Mount Everest, Nepal offers trekkers, adventure seekers, and nature lovers an unparalleled playground. But beyond its natural beauty lies a cultural hub. From the intricacies of Kathmandu's historical architecture to the sacred rites of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Nepal serves as a living museum of heritage and spirituality.

Tibet: A realm often referred to as the ‘Roof of the World’, Tibet is a spiritual haven. It’s a land where every monastery echoes tales of ancient rituals and every mountain pass whispers legends of yore. The heart of Tibet, Lhasa, with its iconic Potala Palace, stands as a testament to the region's deep-rooted Buddhism and its harmonious coexistence with the stark yet stunning landscapes.

So, why choose between the rugged allure of Nepal and the mystic beauty of Tibet when Luxury Holidays Nepal offers you a curated journey encompassing the best of both worlds? Traverse the bustling streets of Kathmandu, ascend the high passes overlooking Tibetan plateaus, immerse yourself in spiritual discourses, and let the winds of the Himalayas narrate tales of ancient civilizations.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal, your journey isn’t just about exploring destinations; it’s about experiencing the soul of two worlds, united in their diversity. Join us in this mesmerizing journey, where every step unfolds a new story, and every horizon beckons a new adventure.

Why Choose Luxury Holidays Nepal?

When it comes to curating travel experiences that resonate long after the journey concludes, Luxury Holidays Nepal stands unrivaled. As you ponder your next great adventure, here are compelling reasons to entrust your dreams to us:

  • Unparalleled Expertise: With years dedicated to mastering the intricacies of Himalayan travel, our seasoned team offers insights, guidance, and experiences few can match.

  • Tailored Adventures: We recognize the uniqueness of each traveler. Our itineraries are not just planned; they're crafted. Whether you dream of spiritual sojourns or adrenaline-pumping treks, we sculpt experiences that align with your desires.

  • Safety Above All: The Himalayan terrains, while breathtaking, present their set of challenges. Our guides and support teams are not only trained to showcase the region's best but are also skilled in ensuring your safety, especially in high-altitude regions.

  • Sustainable and Responsible Tourism: We're deeply rooted in the lands we showcase, ensuring our tours respect both nature and culture. By opting for eco-friendly practices and empowering local communities, we ensure that our footprints are both light and beneficial.

  • Authentic Experiences: Beyond the popular landmarks, we introduce you to the hidden gems of the region – from little-known trails to ancient rituals and traditions. With us, you don't just visit; you immerse.

  • Comprehensive Support: From the moment you express interest until you depart with cherished memories, our team offers unwavering support. Visa guidance, accommodations, internal transportation, or any other travel concerns – consider them taken care of.

  • Value for Money: Quality experiences don't necessarily demand exorbitant prices. Our packages are competitively priced, ensuring you get the best value for your investment.

  • Feedback-Driven Approach: We cherish feedback, using it as a tool for continuous improvement. This ensures that our offerings evolve, keeping pace with changing traveler expectations and industry best practices.

Choosing Luxury Holidays Nepal is not merely about picking a travel agency. It's about forging a partnership with a team that cherishes your dreams as much as you do. It's about trusting experts who have one mission – turning your Himalayan fantasies into tangible, unforgettable realities. So, when adventure calls, answer it with Luxury Holidays Nepal.

Highlights of the Nepal-Tibet Tour with Luxury Holidays Nepal

Embark on an enthralling voyage that seamlessly interweaves the cultural tapestries and natural wonders of Nepal and Tibet. As you journey with us, here are some of the highlights awaiting your discovery:

  • Kathmandu’s Architectural Splendors: Begin your journey in Nepal's capital, exploring UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Swayambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and the bustling squares of Patan and Bhaktapur.

  • Trekking in the Annapurna or Everest Region: Experience the raw beauty of the Himalayas, as you tread iconic trekking trails, encountering sherpa communities, panoramic mountain vistas, and serene monasteries along the way.

  • Lumbini – The Birthplace of Buddha: Step into the realm of tranquility and spirituality as you visit the sacred grounds where Siddhartha Gautama, later known as Buddha, was born.

  • Potala Palace, Lhasa: Ascend to the grandeur of the Potala Palace in Tibet's heart, a magnificent testament to the region's rich religious and cultural heritage.

  • The Spiritual Jokhang Temple: Experience the devotion of Tibetan Buddhists as they circumambulate this iconic temple, considered the spiritual heart of Tibet.

  • Everest Base Camp, Tibet Side: Witness the northern face of Mount Everest in all its majesty, a sight that promises to etch itself in your memory forever.

  • The Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon: Marvel at the world's deepest canyon, a spectacle carved by the Yarlung Tsangpo River, offering awe-inspiring vistas and diverse ecosystems.

  • Tibetan Culture & Traditions: Engage with local communities, partake in traditional ceremonies, savor authentic Tibetan cuisine, and gain insights into their way of life.

  • Ride on the Qinghai-Tibet Railway: Experience the world's highest railway journey, passing through stunning landscapes, high mountain passes, and vast Tibetan plateaus.

  • Chitwan National Park: Venture into the wild in Nepal's famed national park, hoping to spot the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinos, and a myriad of bird species.

In addition to these highlights, our Nepal-Tibet tour is punctuated with countless moments of wonder, from sunset views atop serene hills to intimate cultural interactions that offer a glimpse into the daily lives of the locals. With Luxury Holidays Nepal, you're not just ticking off destinations; you're delving into experiences that resonate, enlighten, and inspire. Join us for a journey that promises to be the highlight of your travel tales!

Duration of the Nepal-Tibet Tour with Luxury Holidays Nepal

At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we understand the diverse needs and time constraints of our esteemed travelers. Therefore, we have designed various Nepal-Tibet tour packages to cater to different preferences:

Express Nepal-Tibet Tour (10 days): This whirlwind tour captures the essence of both destinations. Travelers will get to experience the major landmarks in both Nepal and Tibet, making it ideal for those with limited time but an insatiable desire to experience the best of both regions.

Classic Nepal-Tibet Journey (15 days): Spanning over two weeks, this tour provides a more in-depth exploration of both countries. It allows for relaxed sightseeing, additional cultural experiences, and optional short treks in Nepal’s scenic landscapes.

Extended Exploration (21 days): Meant for true travel aficionados, this three-week journey ensures a comprehensive experience. From trekking in Nepal's iconic regions to delving deep into Tibet's hidden monasteries and villages, this is a tour for those who wish to immerse themselves fully.

Customized Itineraries: Understanding that every traveler's desire is unique, we also offer tailored itineraries. Whether you wish to extend your stay in Lhasa, undertake a specific trek in Nepal, or have any other special requests, our team is on hand to craft your perfect journey.

Each of our tours, irrespective of its duration, ensures that travelers experience the core essence of both Nepal and Tibet. Our itineraries are meticulously planned to ensure optimal time allocation at each destination, balanced with relaxation and free time.

We invite you to choose the duration that aligns best with your travel aspirations and let Luxury Holidays Nepal take care of the rest, promising you an unforgettable journey across two of the Himalayas' most treasured regions.

Securing Visas for the Nepal-Tibet Tour with Luxury Holidays Nepal

Traveling between two distinct regions Nepal and Tibet necessitates a thorough understanding of visa and permit processes. Here’s a concise guide on how to secure your travel visas for both destinations:

Nepal Visa:

On Arrival: Most nationalities can obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at designated land entry points. It's advisable to carry passport-sized photographs and the visa fee, payable in major foreign currencies.

Duration & Fees:

  • 15 days: USD 30
  • 30 days: USD 50
  • 90 days: USD 125

Online Application: Travelers can also fill out the visa application form online through the Nepal Immigration official website. This will provide you with a receipt, which you should print and bring along with you to get your visa stamped upon arrival.

Extension: If you wish to extend your stay, you can do so at the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu.

Tibet (TAR) Permit & Visa:

  • Chinese Visa: Since Tibet is an autonomous region of China, travelers first need a valid Chinese visa. This can be obtained from the Chinese embassy/consulate in your home country. If you mention visiting Tibet, there's a chance the visa might be declined. It’s recommended to state another destination in mainland China on your application.

  • Tibet Travel Permit (TTP): In addition to the Chinese visa, you'll require a Tibet Travel Permit (TTP) to enter Tibet. This can't be obtained individually and must be arranged by a recognized travel agency, like Luxury Holidays Nepal.

  • Additional Permits: Depending on your itinerary within Tibet, additional permits such as the Alien’s Travel Permit (for areas outside Lhasa) or the Military Permit (for sensitive border regions) might be required.

  • Tibet Group Visa: For travelers entering Tibet from Nepal, there's a different procedure. Instead of a standard Chinese visa, you'll need a 'Group Visa' issued in Kathmandu. Luxury Holidays Nepal will facilitate this process in coordination with the Chinese embassy in Kathmandu.

Note: It's crucial to ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your travel dates and has ample blank pages for visa stamps.

Luxury Holidays Nepal is well-versed in the intricacies of visa and permit processes for both Nepal and Tibet. As part of our commitment to ensuring a seamless travel experience, our team will guide and assist you every step of the way. Simply focus on gearing up for your adventure, and let us handle the paperwork!

Accommodations on the Nepal-Tibet Tour with Luxury Holidays Nepal

Ensuring a comfortable and memorable stay is a critical aspect of any travel experience. At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we carefully select accommodations that not only offer comfort but also provide a local essence, enhancing your journey across Nepal and Tibet.

Accommodations in Nepal:

Kathmandu and Major Cities:

  • Star Hotels: Kathmandu boasts a range of luxury hotels such as the Dwarika’s, Hyatt Regency, and Marriott, among others.
  • Boutique Hotels: These are smaller properties oozing charm and personalized experiences, often set in historically significant buildings or serene locales.
  • Guest Houses: Ideal for budget travelers, these provide basic amenities in a homely atmosphere.

Trekking Regions:

  • Teahouses: While trekking in popular regions like Annapurna or Everest, travelers generally stay in teahouses. These are basic lodgings offering a mix of Nepali and international foods.
  • Homestays: In some villages, local families open their homes to travelers, offering an authentic glimpse of Nepali life.

National Parks and Conservation Areas:

  • Jungle Resorts: Places like Chitwan National Park have a range of accommodations, from luxury jungle resorts to budget lodges, allowing travelers to immerse in the wilderness.

Accommodations in Tibet:

Lhasa and Major Cities:

  • Star Hotels: Lhasa has some international chain hotels such as the St. Regis and Shangri-La, offering top-notch amenities.
  • Local Hotels: Ranging from mid-range to budget, these hotels reflect Tibetan aesthetics and offer decent facilities.

Rural Areas and Smaller Towns: Guest Houses and Basic Hotels: As you move away from Lhasa, expect simpler accommodations. They offer basic amenities, but the experience is enriched by the unmatched Tibetan hospitality.

Remote Areas: Tented Camps: In extremely remote areas, especially if on a trek or visiting places off the regular tourist trail, accommodations might be in tented camps. These are basic but are often set in some of the most scenic spots.

Special Considerations:

  • Always have bottled water for drinking, especially in remote areas.
  • Heating might not always be available or might be central, so carrying warm clothing is advisable.
  • Wi-Fi might be sporadic in remote areas or might incur additional charges.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal at your side, rest assured that your accommodations have been hand-picked to offer a blend of comfort, authenticity, and local charm. Whether you're falling asleep to the sounds of the bustling streets of Kathmandu or under the starlit skies of Tibet, we ensure that every night adds to the magic of your journey.

Best Time of the Year for the Nepal-Tibet Tour with Luxury Holidays Nepal

Embarking on a journey across the diverse landscapes of Nepal and Tibet is an enriching experience. To make the most of this adventure, timing your visit appropriately is crucial. Here's a detailed guide on the best times to set forth on your Nepal-Tibet tour:


Autumn (Late September to November):

  • Considered the best trekking season, skies are clear with minimal rain, and the temperatures are moderate. The Himalayan panoramas are at their best during this period.
  • The biggest festivals of Nepal, Dashain and Tihar, fall within this period.

Spring (March to May):

  • Another favorable period for trekking with blooming rhododendrons adding color to the trails. Temperatures are warmer than in autumn but still comfortable for trekking and sightseeing.
  • The Holi festival is celebrated in March.

Winter (December to February):

  • Colder temperatures, especially in mountainous areas. However, lower-elevation treks are still enjoyable.
  • Clear skies can mean excellent mountain views.

Summer/Monsoon (June to Early September):

  • Characterized by monsoon rains, trekking in popular routes is challenging. However, the rain-shadow areas like Mustang and Dolpo are suitable destinations during this time.
  • Lush landscapes and fewer tourists are some advantages.


Summer (May to September):

  • The warmest period with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 25°C. It's the best time for touring and trekking in Tibet.
  • While it's the monsoon season, Tibet receives far less rain than Nepal.

Autumn (October to Early November):

  • The temperatures begin to drop but still remain bearable. Clear blue skies offer incredible views of the Himalayas.
  • One of the best periods for photography.

Winter (December to February):

  • Tibet experiences cold temperatures, especially at night. While Lhasa can be visited during this period, many regions at higher altitudes become inaccessible.
  • Fewer tourists, making it a peaceful time for visits.

Spring (March to April):

  • The temperatures start to rise. While it's not the peak season, it’s still a decent time for sightseeing and short treks.

Recommendation: For a combined Nepal-Tibet tour, the best windows are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to November). These periods offer optimal weather conditions, clear views, and a range of cultural events to witness in both regions.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal by your side, we not only help you navigate the terrains but also ensure that you experience these regions in their prime, making your journey as remarkable as the destinations themselves.

Suitability for Children and Senior Citizens on the Multiple Countries Tour

Traveling with family, encompassing both the young ones and our revered elder members can be a deeply rewarding experience. Yet, the diverse terrains and cultural contexts of Nepal and Tibet can raise valid concerns regarding suitability. At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we prioritize safety and comfort, ensuring that every member, regardless of age, has a memorable experience.

For Children:

  • Attractions: Nepal and Tibet abound in attractions that can captivate a child's imagination, from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the majestic Potala Palace in Lhasa.
  • Adventure Activities: While trekking might be challenging for younger kids, short and easy treks can be arranged. Activities like wildlife safaris in Nepal’s national parks or cultural tours in Tibetan monasteries can be both educational and fun.
  • Health Precautions: Altitude sickness can affect anyone irrespective of age. Gradual acclimatization, especially in Tibet, is vital. Ensure that kids stay hydrated and are not pushed too hard.
  • Facilities: Major cities in both countries are equipped with modern amenities. However, it's recommended to carry essentials, especially for infants.

For Senior Citizens:

  • Ease of Travel: We customize itineraries keeping in mind the needs of our elderly travelers. Activities can be paced, and extra rest days can be added, especially during the acclimatization period in Tibet.
  • Trekking Alternatives: Not all senior citizens might be up for challenging treks. We offer cultural tours, scenic drives, and short walks that still provide a comprehensive experience without the physical strain.
  • Health Precautions: High altitudes can be challenging, especially for seniors with underlying health conditions. A thorough health check-up before the trip and carrying necessary medications is essential. Our guides are trained to monitor and assist if any health concerns arise.
  • Accommodation: We ensure that our senior travelers are provided with the most comfortable accommodations available, ensuring restful nights and relaxing stays.
  • Accessibility: Both Nepal and Tibet have places of worship and cultural significance that may require climbing stairs or walking on uneven terrains. We always have alternatives and can make arrangements for comfortable transport where needed.

While the Nepal-Tibet tour offers an array of experiences across various terrains, it's crucial to tailor the journey according to the age and preferences of the travelers. With Luxury Holidays Nepal, you're in experienced hands. We ensure that both children and senior citizens are not just taken care of but are provided with opportunities to immerse, engage, and enjoy every aspect of the journey in safety and comfort.

Managing Currency on the Multiple Countries Tour

Navigating through the financial aspects of travel, particularly concerning currency, is a vital part of preparing for a seamless journey. Both Nepal and Tibet, while geographically close, have distinct monetary systems. Here's a comprehensive guide to help you manage your finances efficiently during your Nepal-Tibet tour.


  • Currency: The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR).

  • ATMs: These are widely available in cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara. However, in remote areas or trekking regions, ATMs are scarce or non-existent. It's advised to withdraw sufficient cash before venturing into these areas.

  • Credit Cards: Major hotels, restaurants, and shops in cities accept credit cards. However, a surcharge might be added. In rural areas, cash is the primary mode of transaction.

  • Money Exchange: Numerous money exchange counters are available in urban areas. Always ensure you get a receipt after the transaction. The rates are generally consistent, with minor variations.

  • Tipping: It's customary to tip guides, porters, and service staff. The amount varies but is generally based on the satisfaction of the service rendered.

Tibet (Autonomous Region of China):

  • Currency: Tibet uses the Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY or RMB).

  • ATMs: Lhasa and Shigatse have a reasonable number of ATMs. However, once you move to remote regions in Tibet, cash is crucial. Ensure you carry enough Yuan for your needs.

  • Credit Cards: In Lhasa, major hotels and some restaurants accept credit cards. But similar to Nepal, as you move to less urbanized areas, reliance on cash increases.

  • Money Exchange: It's recommended to exchange money for Yuan before entering Tibet, either in your home country or in major Chinese cities. While Lhasa does have banks and exchange services, rates might be less favorable.

  • Tipping: Tipping is appreciated but not as entrenched a custom as in Nepal. Guides, drivers, and service staff in Tibet would appreciate a gratuity, but it's not mandatory.

Important Tips:

  • Always carry some small denominations for minor expenses like snacks, entry fees, or local souvenirs.

  • Inform your bank of your travel dates and destinations to avoid any unexpected card blockages.

  • While both regions are generally safe, it's always wise to keep your money and valuables secure and avoid displaying large sums in public.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal guiding your journey, you'll be updated on the monetary nuances of the regions visited. Our team is always ready to assist and provide insights, ensuring that your travel is not just about scenic vistas but also hassle-free experiences.

Foods on the Multiple Countries Tour

The culinary journey through Nepal and Tibet can be as mesmerizing as the landscapes and cultural experiences. Each region boasts its unique flavors, ingredients, and cooking methods. At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we believe in immersing our travelers in authentic gastronomic experiences, ensuring that the journey satisfies not just the soul but also the palate.


  • Dal Bhat: A staple meal, consisting of lentil soup served with rice and accompanied by vegetable curries, pickles, and might also include meat curries or fried fish.

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

  • Thukpa: A noodle soup that originated from Tibet but is popular in Nepal as well, containing meat or vegetables.

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

  • Chatamari: Often referred to as 'Nepali Pizza', it's a kind of Rice Crepe which is a traditional specialty of the Newars of the Kathmandu Valley.

  • Local Drinks: Enjoy ‘Chiya’ (spiced tea), ‘Tongba’ (hot millet beer), and ‘Raksi’ (traditional distilled alcoholic beverage).


  • Tsampa: A staple Tibetan food made of barley flour and mixed with the salty Tibetan butter tea.

  • Momos: Tibetan dumplings filled with meat or vegetables, similar but slightly different in taste and texture from Nepali momos.

  • Thukpa: Again, this noodle soup is common here, made with meat or vegetables.

  • Yak Meat Dishes: Tibetans consume a lot of yak meat, which is often dried or cooked in stews.

  • Yogurt: Tibetan yogurt, particularly in Lhasa, is famous. It's thicker and tangier than regular yogurt.

  • Butter Tea: A unique drink made from tea leaves, yak butter, and salt. It's an acquired taste but is deeply embedded in Tibetan culture.

Food Safety Tips:

  • Always ensure that the food is freshly cooked and served hot, especially in street food stalls.

  • Drinking bottled water is recommended. Avoid tap water and ice, unless you're certain it's from a clean source.

  • Fresh fruits should be peeled before consumption.

  • It’s advisable to carry some over-the-counter medications for stomach upsets or digestion issues.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal at the helm, our travelers are introduced to an array of local dining experiences, from popular eateries to hidden gastronomic gems. We believe that through food, one understands the essence of a place, its people, and its culture. So, get ready to embark on a culinary adventure that complements the breathtaking vistas and rich traditions of Nepal and Tibet.

Best Places to Visit on the Multiple Countries Tour

Nepal and Tibet, in their mesmerizing beauty, offer a symphony of experiences - a confluence of culture, history, and breathtaking landscapes. When journeying through these lands with Luxury Holidays Nepal, you'll witness iconic landmarks and hidden treasures that promise memories for a lifetime.


  • Kathmandu Valley: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it encompasses historic sites like the Swayambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square.

  • Pokhara: Known for its serene lakes like Phewa Lake, panoramic views of the Annapurna range, the Peace Pagoda, and the mysterious Gupteshwor Cave.

  • Chitwan National Park: Experience the wilderness with a chance to spot the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, and experience elephant safaris.

  • Lumbini: The birthplace of Lord Buddha, it's a pilgrimage site boasting the Mayadevi Temple and various monasteries representing different countries.

  • Rara Lake: Located in the remote Northwestern part of Nepal, it's the largest lake in Nepal, offering pristine beauty and tranquility.


  • Lhasa: The capital city is home to the iconic Potala Palace, once the winter residence of the Dalai Lamas. Also, visit Jokhang Temple, a spiritual center, and the bustling Barkhor Street.

  • Mount Kailash: Considered sacred in many religions, the journey to this peak is both a pilgrimage and an adventure. Nearby, the serene Mansarovar Lake enhances the spiritual ambiance.

  • Tashilhunpo Monastery: Located in Shigatse, it's one of the largest functioning monasteries in Tibet, representing the Gelugpa sect.

  • Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon: One of the deepest and longest canyons in the world, it's a testament to the raw, natural beauty of Tibet.

  • Namtso Lake: One of Tibet's three holy lakes, its sapphire blue waters are set against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks, creating a stunning visual treat.

Tips for Travelers:

  • Altitude Consideration: Especially for Tibet, consider the altitude when planning visits. Acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness.

  • Permits: Certain regions in Tibet, like Mount Kailash, require special permits. Ensure all paperwork is in order.

  • Cultural Sensitivity: Both Nepal and Tibet hold deep spiritual and cultural significance. Respect local customs, especially when visiting religious sites.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal as your travel partner, rest assured that every detail, from the grandeur of iconic sites to the charm of off-beat paths, is meticulously curated. Your journey through Nepal and Tibet will be a tapestry of unforgettable moments, interspersed with stories, spirituality, and the sheer beauty of the landscapes.

Top Things to Do on the Multiple Countries Tour

From the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the tranquil plateaus of Tibet, there’s a myriad of experiences waiting to be explored. Traveling through Nepal and Tibet offers opportunities that cater to adventure seekers, spiritual pilgrims, nature lovers, and cultural enthusiasts alike. Here's a curated list of the top activities to engage in when traversing these captivating landscapes with Luxury Holidays Nepal.


  • Trekking: The Annapurna Circuit, Everest Base Camp, and Langtang Valley treks are renowned worldwide. Encounter picturesque landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and immerse in the local culture.

  • Paragliding in Pokhara: Soar like a bird and enjoy panoramic views of the Himalayas and the serene Phewa Lake beneath.

  • Jungle Safari in Chitwan: Experience the thrill of spotting rhinos, tigers, and a multitude of birds and reptiles in the dense Terai jungles.

  • Rafting and Kayaking: Rivers like the Trishuli and Bhote Koshi offer rapids ranging from gentle to extreme, suitable for both beginners and experts.

  • Cultural Tours: Attend traditional Nepali dance performances, learn pottery in Bhaktapur, or engage in a cooking class to master the art of Nepali cuisine.

  • Mountain Flights: Experience the grandeur of the Himalayas up close with a scenic flight, especially if trekking isn't on your itinerary.


  • Pilgrimage to Mount Kailash: Engage in the sacred kora (circuit) around this revered mountain, a spiritual journey for many.

  • Visit the Potala Palace: Explore the former winter residence of the Dalai Lamas, which stands as a symbol of Tibetan Buddhism and its history.

  • Tibetan Cultural Immersion: Attend a traditional Tibetan opera, learn Thangka painting, or partake in local festivals like the Saga Dawa Festival.

  • Yamdrok Lake Tour: Situated at an elevation of 4,400 meters, this freshwater lake offers a tranquil experience with its turquoise waters and picturesque backdrop.

  • Biking Adventure: For thrill-seekers, biking from Lhasa to Kathmandu is an exhilarating journey that goes through high passes, ancient monasteries, and beautiful valleys.

  • Meditation Retreats: Engage in a spiritual retreat in one of Tibet’s monasteries, tapping into ancient practices to find inner peace.

General Tips for Travelers:

  • Physical Preparedness: Some activities, especially treks and high-altitude ventures in Tibet, demand physical fitness. It's advised to be prepared in advance with appropriate training.

  • Local Guides: Whether it's a spiritual journey in Tibet or a trek in Nepal, having a local guide enriches the experience immensely, providing insights and ensuring safety.

  • Respect Local Norms: From dressing modestly in religious places to understanding local customs, being respectful enhances your travel experience.

  • Permits and Regulations: Always ensure that you have the necessary permits, especially for restricted regions in Tibet.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal orchestrating your journey, you'll be seamlessly guided through a myriad of experiences, ensuring every moment, every activity, and every memory carved is exceptional. The canvas of Nepal and Tibet, brimming with opportunities, awaits your exploration.

Luxury Multiple Countries Tour (Nepal & Tibet)

Travel, for many, is an exploration of the unknown, an immersion in diverse cultures, and a testament to the wonders of the world. When this journey is intertwined with luxury, the experience transcends the ordinary. At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we present an elite tour across the landscapes of Nepal and Tibet, ensuring every facet of your journey is drenched in opulence and exclusivity.

Luxury in Nepal:

  • Accommodations: From the palatial Dwarika's Hotel in Kathmandu, which echoes Nepal's ancient architecture, to the plush Pavilions Himalayas nestled amidst nature in Pokhara, we handpick the finest accommodations that promise exemplary service, modern amenities, and a blend of tradition.

  • Private Helicopter Tours: Instead of conventional trekking, be whisked away on a private helicopter ride to the Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Base Camp, soaking in panoramic Himalayan vistas.

  • Gourmet Dining: Savor Nepali delicacies in an aristocratic setting. From rooftop dining with the Himalayas as the backdrop to private chefs preparing local gourmet dishes, your palate is in for a royal treat.

  • Wellness and Spa: Unwind with traditional Ayurvedic treatments, Himalayan salt therapies, and yoga sessions amidst nature, ensuring rejuvenation.

Opulence in Tibet:

  • Accommodations: Lhasa's St. Regis or the Shangri-La Hotel promises a union of Tibetan aesthetics with world-class luxury. Experience unparalleled service, refined rooms, and indulgent amenities.

  • Private Tours: Explore the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and monasteries with personalized guided tours, ensuring exclusivity and in-depth insights.

  • Luxury Train Journey: Experience the Qinghai-Tibet Railway, the world’s highest railway, in the plush luxury cabin, offering panoramic views of the Tibetan plateau.

  • Gourmet Experiences: Dine in the finest restaurants, tasting authentic Tibetan cuisine paired with world-class wines, in settings that narrate tales of Tibet's rich tapestry of culture.

  • Cultural Performances: Attend private shows and opera performances, which not only display Tibet’s artistic heritage but also offer an intimate interaction with the artists.

Exclusive Services:

  • Personal Concierge: From the moment you land until your departure, a dedicated concierge ensures your journey is seamless, catering to every whim and fancy.

  • Private Transfers: Travel in style with private luxury vehicles, ensuring comfort and safety.

  • Customized Itineraries: While we present a curated luxury experience, we believe in personalizing the journey as per your preferences, and crafting unique moments.

With Luxury Holidays Nepal helming your journey, we promise more than just a tour; it's an odyssey of grandeur, a symphony of elite experiences, and a voyage that celebrates the nuances of Nepal and Tibet in the lap of luxury. Witness the Himalayas, not as a traveler but as an emperor or empress, where every moment is curated to surpass the ordinary.

Cost of the Multiple Countries Tour of Tibet and Nepal

Embarking on a multi-country tour, especially through the captivating realms of Nepal and Tibet, is indeed a lifetime experience. But, like any grand adventure, it comes with its price tag. At Luxury Holidays Nepal, we believe in transparent pricing, ensuring you get value for every penny spent. Below is a generalized breakdown of the costs involved in this luxurious journey.

Note: The actual prices might vary based on the current exchange rates, any changes in local government tariffs, and personal customization preferences.

Package Inclusions:

  • Luxury Accommodations: Starting from $250 to $1,000 per night based on the property and room category. This includes hotels like Dwarika's in Kathmandu and St. Regis in Lhasa.

  • Private Transfers: Depending on the vehicle type, expect costs from $100 to $300 per day. This includes luxury sedans, SUVs, or even limousines.

  • Dining: Fine dining experiences can range from $50 to $200 per person per meal, depending on the venue and cuisine.

  • Sightseeing and Activities: Helicopter tours can range from $1,500 to $3,000. Personalized guided tours, cultural performances, and exclusive experiences can range from $50 to $500 per day.

  • Visa and Permits: The Tibetan visa and travel permits can range from $100 to $500, depending on the areas you plan to visit and the duration of stay.

  • Luxury Train Journey: The plush cabin in the Qinghai-Tibet Railway can cost around $1,000 to $2,500 based on the class and journey length.

  • Wellness and Spa Sessions: These can range from $100 to $500 based on the treatments and duration.

Additional Costs:

  • International and Domestic Flights: Depending on the season and airline, expect anywhere from $500 to $2,000 for round-trip international flights and $100 to $300 for domestic flights within Nepal and to Lhasa.

  • Tips and Gratuities: While optional, they are a gesture of appreciation. Budget around $10 to $20 per day for guides and drivers.

  • Shopping and Personal Expenses: This entirely depends on individual preferences.

  • Travel Insurance: Essential for such trips, this can range from $50 to $150 based on coverage.

Estimated Total Cost:

For a luxurious 10-day tour covering both countries, a traveler might expect a budget starting from $5,000 to $15,000 per person. However, it's essential to note that the cost can vary based on customization, season, and any additional services requested.

While the cost might seem steep, the experiences, comfort, and memories curated during this journey are priceless. With Luxury Holidays Nepal, we ensure that every aspect of your trip is meticulously planned, offering the best value for your investment. We recommend potential travelers get in touch with our team to receive a detailed and tailored quote, aligns perfectly with your preferences and desires.

In the world of travel, some journeys simply surpass the essence of exploration. They weave tales of cultural magnificence, echo the spirituality of ancient lands, and revel in nature's splendor. The journey through Nepal and Tibet, under the guidance of Luxury Holidays Nepal, is precisely such an odyssey - one that has captivated hearts, painted everlasting memories, and offered a harmonious blend of experiences, transcending borders and emotions.

From the effervescent energy of Kathmandu's heritage streets to the silent, spiritual ambiance of Lhasa’s monasteries; from the misty views atop the Himalayan peaks to the bustling markets filled with crafts, this multi-country tour has provided travelers with a vivid palette of emotions and experiences. It's not just about places but also about the stories these places tell and the feelings they evoke.

With every tailored itinerary, every meticulously chosen accommodation, and every handpicked experience, Luxury Holidays Nepal has aimed to ensure that the essence of these regions is genuinely felt. But beyond the tangible elements - the luxury stays, the gourmet meals, and the private tours - lies the intangible: the warmth of a Nepali smile, the chants of Tibetan monks, the magic of a Himalayan sunrise, and the stories shared over cups of butter tea.

As we conclude this chapter, we invite travelers to ponder the moments that resonated most. Perhaps it was the allure of ancient temples, the thrill of mountainous adventures, or the profound peace of Tibetan plateaus. Every journey is unique, and every memory is cherished.

In the grand tapestry of global travel, the Nepal-Tibet tour stands out as a jewel that shimmers with diversity, culture, adventure, and spirituality. And while the journey might have reached its conclusion, the memories etched will remain, urging many to revisit or reminisce.

At Luxury Holidays Nepal, our endeavor remains to be more than just tour organizers. We aspire to be storytellers, weaving experiences and crafting tales that stay with you, long after you've returned home. Here's to many more adventures, to explorations that enlighten, and to memories that warm the heart. Safe travels, until we meet again!

FAQs on Multiple Countries Tour (Including Nepal - Tibet)

Q: What can I expect from the Multiple Countries Tour covering Nepal and Tibet?

A: Expect a journey that transcends borders, offering cultural immersion, natural beauty, spiritual encounters, and luxurious experiences, all tailored by Luxury Holidays Nepal to ensure a memorable voyage.

Q: How long is the Nepal-Tibet tour?

A: The duration can be tailored to your preferences, but a typical luxury itinerary spans 10 days, providing an immersive experience in both countries.

Q: What's the best time of year to undertake this tour?

A: The ideal months are from April to October, with pre-monsoon (March-May) and post-monsoon (September-November) being the most favorable periods for clear skies and pleasant temperatures.

Q: How do I handle visa requirements for both Nepal and Tibet?

A: Tourists will need a separate visa for Nepal, obtainable on arrival or from Nepali embassies abroad. For Tibet, a special permit and a Chinese visa are required. Luxury Holidays Nepal assists in this process, ensuring a hassle-free experience.

Q: What kind of accommodations can I expect?

A: Only the finest accommodations are chosen, ranging from Nepal's Dwarika's Hotel to Lhasa's St. Regis, ensuring a blend of traditional aesthetics and modern luxury.

Q: Is this tour suitable for children and senior citizens?

A: Yes, with Luxury Holidays Nepal, the tour is tailored to be inclusive for all ages, prioritizing comfort, safety, and accessibility.

Q: What currencies are accepted during the tour?

A: In Nepal, the official currency is the Nepali Rupee (NPR). In Tibet, it's the Chinese Yuan (CNY). While major cities have ATMs and accept credit cards, it's advisable to carry some cash, especially in remote areas.

Q: What culinary experiences can I expect on this tour?

A: Relish gourmet dishes from authentic Nepali and Tibetan cuisines, prepared using local ingredients and paired with world-class wines in luxurious settings.

Q: Can you highlight some must-visit places during the tour?

A: Some highlights include Kathmandu's heritage sites, Everest Base Camp, Lhasa's Potala Palace, and Jokhang Temple, among others.

Q: Are there any unique activities to look forward to on this journey?

A: Beyond sightseeing, experience private helicopter tours, luxury train journeys on the Qinghai-Tibet Railway, cultural performances, and wellness sessions in both countries.

Q: How much does the luxury Nepal-Tibet tour cost?

A: Costs can vary based on personal preferences and seasonality. A luxurious 10-day tour typically ranges from $5,000 to $15,000 per person. For detailed quotes, it's best to contact Luxury Holidays Nepal directly.

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

A: Luxury Holidays Nepal offers a blend of local insights, unparalleled luxury, personalized itineraries, and dedicated services, promising an experience that surpasses expectations.

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

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