Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour - 13 Days

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  • Duration 13 Days
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Trip Destination Nepal Pokhara Lumbini Tibet Bhutan
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Trip Type Tour
  • Transport Private vehicle / By Air
  • Accommodation Hotel + Lodges


  • The major city of Kathmandu (Kathmandu Valley, Old Kathmandu, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)
  • Visit Kathmandu's ancient durbars, temples, and rich culture.
  • Flights with a view to Pokhara, Lasha, and Paro
  • Discover the Sera Monastery and Jokhang Temple. 
  • Explore Drepung Monastery, Mentshikang, Norbulingka Palace, Ani Tsankhung Nunnery, and Barkhor Street.
  • Visit the Potala, the Dalai Lama's stronghold, from within.
  • Live in the center of Tibetan spirituality and encounter real Buddhist culture.
  • Visit Dzongs and Temples while hiking the Tiger's Nest in Bhutan
  • During the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour, the entire Himalayan range is a true adventure.
  • Zorig Chusum Traditional School of Arts and Crafts
  • Explore Five Chortens, Tago Lhakhang, Tamchoe Monastery, Dasho Nishioka Chorten Museum, Drukgyal Dzong Monastery and many more places
  • Enjoy Paro Weekend Market along with local foods

The Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is one of the classic and exciting cultural tours that will introduce eastern mysticism and some of the world's greatest natural treasures. You can travel to the major Asian countries on this trip and learn about their cultures, worldviews, tribes, and much more.

Major distant countries like Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan are home to many of the world's tallest mountains. You will learn about various historical, cultural, religious, and ethical practices from three different nations on this journey.

If you are interested in learning about any trends or other questions related to Asian nations or the continent itself, Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour will help you find answers. For many years, the rest of the world was unaware of these destinations.

Tourists weren't allowed inside these nations until the late 1960s and early 1970s. Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan are the perfect vacation destinations for those looking for a unique and exotic adventure as they are home to famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sacred Hindu and Buddhist shrines, old castles and palaces, and a pristine environment.

These nations rank among the top vacation spots for cultural and adventure travel. You can travel to different cities in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan as part of the Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour package. You will be welcomed upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and given the opportunity to visit as much of the Kathmandu Valley as possible.

Your heart will soar with the mesmerizing beauty of Nepal on your journey. After Nepal, you'll also make stops in Tibet and Bhutan, both of which you will appreciate. You will take a flight back to Kathmandu after getting a close look at Tibet and Bhutan in accordance with their traditions, customs, and values.

You will have the opportunity to see three different Asian countries' hypnotic cultures and enchanting vistas while on this classic 13 days Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour.

Why You'll Love a Trip to Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tour?

Three nations' aesthetic outlooks are available in one package. A tour of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan will take you on an exciting and educational journey. The cultures of Buddhism and Hinduism have been blended on this tour.

You'll adore this fantastic journey with a knowledgeable English-speaking guide. You will learn a lot about three different Asian nations, each with unique characteristics and worldviews, on one of the most memorable journeys of your life.

You will gain a variety of knowledge and thrill while participating in various exciting activities during the course of your vacation. You will sample many mouthwatering dishes from Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan throughout your tour.

Is Nepal Tibet Bhutan Trip Right For You?

This tour package will last for 16 days. In those 16 days, you will have plenty of new things to know and explore different places in Nepal Tibet Bhutan.  If you are enthusiastic about exploring Asian countries then the Nepal Tibet Bhutan trip will be the right choice for you. If your mind is struck about getting problems while visiting Nepal Tibet Bhutan then set your mind free.

If you are arranging a trip with your nearest and dearest one or either an educational tour or refreshment trip with your colleagues then this trip will meet your expectation of the tour plan. On this tour, you will not only enjoy yourself but will also get knowledge about numerous things like culture, tradition, and many more things about a certain place.

The Best Month for Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

The best times to visit these nations are in the spring (March to May) and in the fall (September-November). Adventure trips like trekking and mountaineering cannot be booked during the off-seasons (summer and winter) due to unfavorable weather, however cultural excursions can be scheduled at any time of the year.

It is possible to travel in the early winter (December), although it will be a little bit cooler than in the fall or spring. Traveling during this time will allow you to experience the two biggest festivals in Nepal, Dashain, and Tihar.

The Black Necked Crane Festival, Jambay Lakhang Drup, Thimphu Tshechu, and Gangtey Tshechu are all celebrated in Bhutan. During this time, Tibetans celebrate the Palden Lhamo Festival, Lahbab Duchen or Buddha Descent Day Festival, and Gongbu New Year.

Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition has orchestrated this wonderful excursion for you to give you a chance to appreciate the magnificence of Asian nations in a distinctive manner for example by visiting those spots well-ordered.

We have arranged the standard schedule that accommodates your assumption regarding the trek at the best and most debatable cost. You can redo the agenda too yet are prescribed to tell us already.

When you come into our circle, you will overlook the possibility of meandering all over looking for a good Trek and Tour Companies. Along these lines, join us in making your outing to Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan all the more entrancing and commemorating.

Trip Facts

  • Trip grade: Moderate 
  • Mode of transportation: comfortable flight, short drive, and easy walk
  • Activities during the tour: sightseeing, scenic flight, and short hikes
  • Areas: Nepal Tibet Bhutan 
  • Duration: 13 days
  • Average walk per day: around 4 to 6 hours
  • Beast seasons: autumn and spring
  • Accommodation: Hotel/ resorts
  • Highest Altitude gain: 3610 m at Lhasa Tibet, 3800 at Bhutan Tigers nest.

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    After arriving at the airport and getting through all the customs. One of our representatives will meet you and take you to the hotel. You can eat some delightful food and enjoy a little nap in the hotel. After a quick nap, w will meet in our office where we will have a welcome and orientation session related to the tour. After a pre-briefing about the tour, explore the nearby area and some famous places in Kathmandu to get a feel for the local lifestyle during your free time. Stay overnight in a four-star hotel in Kathmandu.

      Upon Arrival at Pokhara which is at an elevation of 822, you will start your day tour. It takes around 25 to 30 minutes to reach via flight. The major attraction of the places is Phewa Lake,  Seti River Gorge, Begnas Lake, Devi's Fall, Bindhyabasini temple, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Mahendra cave, Tal Barahi, Rupa Taal, International Mountain Museum, Chamere Gufa, Gorka Memorial Museum, Matepani Gumba, and many more. Pokhara is also known as the 'City of Lakes' for the beautiful lakes it has which are enough to calm one's heart and feel peace. Also, the caves and the temples are other major attractions of Pokhara. One can also enjoy the stunning view of the Annapurna ranges It is perhaps one of the few places on earth from where mountains above 6,000 m can be seen unobstructed from an altitude of 800 m within a distance of 28 km. It is maybe one of the few locations on earth where mountains higher than 6,000 m can be seen clearly from an altitude of 800 m within a 28 km radius. After spending the entire day seeing Pokhara, savor a fantastic dinner and spend the night at a hotel.

        After arriving in Lumbini, also known as the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, you will begin your day tour. One of the holiest sites to visit is Lumbini.  It is one of the four holy places where Buddha reportedly advised his disciples and followers to visit themself. The flight takes about 25 to 30 minutes to get there. The main attractions of the places include the Maya Devi Temple, the World Peace Pagoda, the Lumbini Monastic Site, the Eternal Peace Flame, the Royal Thai Monastery, the Myanmar Golden Monastery, the Kunda Stupa, the Dae Sung Shakya (Korean Temple), the Thrangu Monastery, the Mother Temple of the Graduated Path to Enlightenment, Kalpilvastu, and many others. One can also visit the Lumbini Crane Sanctuary, Karbala Lake (next to Karmahawa Village), Punnihawa Lake and Monkey Tree in Chainpurwa (Khudabagar), Tharunika Lake in Mahilwari Village, Bat Habitat and Hatihawa Lake in Lakhimpur, Balrampur Lake in Majahana Village, among several other places. Telar, Dano, and Kothi rivers are additionally significant for bird watching. Gajedi is well-known for its picturesque lakes with flowering lotuses, while Gaidahawa Lake (Bishnupura) is famous for its vultures and blue bull. Have a nice meal in the evening and spend the night in a hotel after a day of touring.

          After traveling for 40 minutes by flight from Lumbini to Kathmandu, you will be dropped off at your hotel. You will start your Kathmandu city tour after a brief break. For its religious architecture, Kathmandu is especially well-known. The landscape of the city is embellished by a number of temples, monasteries, and stupas, especially the Pashupatinath Temple and the Changu Narayan, which are renowned for their exquisite, elaborate religious artworks. Kathmandu's top attractions include the Buddhist stupas- Boudhanath and Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Hanuman Dhoka, Patan, Bhaktapur, Natural Art History Museum, Taragoan Museum, National Art Gallery, Kaiser Library, Nepali Art Council Gallery, and many others. You can also go to the local markets in Thamel and Asan, where you can find a variety of local foods, souvenirs, clothes, clubs, and restaurants. Stay the night at the hotel after enjoying the city.

            Your Tibetan tour guide will meet you when you arrive at Lhasa's Gongar airport and transport you to your hotel. Wander around Lhasa, a city that is 3,550 meters (12,000 feet) above sea level and is situated at the base of Mount Gephel. The administrative capital of the Tibetan plateau is Lhasa. The Potala Palace of the Dalai Lama is the most well-known landmark of this historic city. Several local tribes were united at the beginning of the seventh century by King Srongtsen Gompo. He built the Potala Palace and relocated the capital from Yarlung to Lhasa after unification. Visit the bustling Barkhor Street, the well-known local market area, and the ages-old Buddhist monasteries and palaces. Around 300,000 people reside in the Lhasa region. The name Lhasa means "Place of the Gods."Tibetan Buddhism is the main religion in this area. Locals refer to it as "Sunlit City" alternatively. A chilly breeze blows through the city, so pack some warm clothing. 7 degrees Celsius is the average annual temperature. Spend the night in Lhasa.

              After breakfast this morning, you'll spend the day exploring Lhasa. Discover the Sera Monastery, Jokhang Temple, and Potala Palace. At the peak of Red Hill, where there is the best vantage point for seeing Lhasa, lies the fabled Potala Palace. The White Place and the Red are the first and second sections of the Potala, respectively. King Srongtsen Gompo initially constructed it for mediation in the seventh century. It was later rebuilt by the 5th Dalai Lama, who finished the white and red wing in 1694. Currently, the Potala Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is accessible to tourists. You can see a number of chapels, galleries, the Dalai Lamas' tombs, and the 14th Dalai Lama's official chapel. A well-known historic religious site is Sera Monastery. It is one of the three biggest monasteries in Lhasa, the other two being Ganden and Drepung, and was constructed in 1419 by a student of Tsongkhapa. It is an important center point for the Buddhist sect known as the Gelukpa. There are 2 miles between Sera Monastery and Lhasa's main square. Many monks were killed and the monastery was damaged during the 1959 cultural revolution. It has been renovated and is now open to visitors. The spiritual core of Lhasa is Jokhang Temple. King Srongtsen Gompo, Queen Bhrikuti, and Wencheng built it. This enigmatic temple is a UNESCO World Heritage monument and is situated in Barkhor Square. The monastery combines Nepalese and Tibetan art with wood and metal architecture. After exploring Lhasa, spend the night in Lhasa.

                After breakfast this morning, you will tour Drepung Monastery, Mentshikang (a center for Tibetan medicine), Norbulingka Palace, Ani Tsankhung Nunnery, and Barkhor Street. Drepung Monastery, the biggest monastery in Tibet, is located 6 kilometers west of Lhasa. This Galukpa center's development started in 1415. You can tour the prayer hall, conference room, and kitchen that provided meals for 7,000 monks, and more chapels in this shelter for thousands of monks. Although the Tibetan Medicine Center (Mentsikhang Institute) was constructed in 1916, the history of medicine dates back to the third century B.C. It serves as both a center for orthopedic research and a traditional healthcare facility for the Tibetan people. internal medicine, pediatrics, and surgery. Norbulinka Palace, built in 1755 and featuring a large park, serves as the Dalai Lama's summer home.  Inside the palace, there is a prayer hall and exquisite artwork. This UNESCO site is situated west of Lhasa city, close to the Potala Palace. Barkhor Street is a location to explore as well. This circular path, which runs through the center of historic Lhasa and dates back to the Jokhang's founding, is the city's oldest street. In the seventh century, Songsten Gampo constructed the Ani Tsankhung Nunnery and used its meditation room. In Lhasa, the monastery is a yellow building that is situated on a street that runs parallel to and to the north of Chingdol Dong Lu. Buddhist nuns have mostly used the monastery since the 12th century. Spend the night in Lhasa.

                  Today, you'll take a panoramic flight to Kathmandu, which will take about one hour and fifteen minutes. If your flight is early in the morning, you can spend the day seeing Kathmandu's nearby areas. If you get to Kathmandu in the late afternoon, you can have dinner and take the rest of the day off.

                    Transfer to the airport in Kathmandu before your one-hour 15-minute flight to Paro. You will be greeted by your Bhutanese tour guide and taken to your hotel in Thimphu. Depending on when you arrive, you can either go sightseeing or rest up for an early start the next morning. Spend the night in Thimpu.

                      Today you will visit the Folk Heritage Museum, The National Library, the Heritage Museum, the Memorial Stupa of the Third King, the Paper Factory, the Art School, the Wood Carving School, the Largest Buddha Statue, Takin's Zoo, and Traditional Medicine Institute are just a few of the places you will see today. The Folk Heritage Museum is situated in Thimphu's Kawajangsa neighborhood. It is close to the National Institute for "Zorig Choesum" (13 Traditional Arts) or the Painting School. When you arrive here, you can also go to the Indigenous Hospital or the National Institute of Traditional Medicine. There are also numerous handicraft stores close by. Bhutan's national library was founded in 1967 in the capital city of Thimphu. This library is housed in a beautifully constructed traditional Bhutanese structure. Also, visit The Third King of Bhutan's Memorial Stupa was constructed in his honor after he passed away in his forties at a relatively young age. His mother constructed it in 1974 as a symbol of affluence and harmony in this violent world. After exploring all the places stay overnight in Thimpu.

                        Drive to the renowned Dochula Pass after an early breakfast (3,102 meters). Bhutan's Dochula Pass, which connects Thimphu and Punakha, is a stunning mountain pass. In honor of the fourth king, His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck, Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, the eldest Queen Mother of Bhutan, constructed 108 memorial chortens at Dochula Pass known as "Druk Wangyal Chortens." The country's first Royal Botanical Park is where the chortens were constructed. On a clear day, you can look in the entire Himalayan range, stroll among the 108 stupas, and snap some great pictures. Drive to Punakha Zong and, if time permits, visit at Chimi Lhakhang, the Fertility Temple, which is reached through terraced rice fields. It's located in Punakha's Lobesa village about 10 kilometers away from Punakha Dzong. Discover Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten (Shrine), which offers stunning aerial views of Punakha Valley while being away from the bustle and crowd of Punakha Dzong. To get to the Khamsum Shrine, you must hike for about an hour. explore the 520-foot-long Punakha Suspension Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in Bhutan. After your exploration day, spend the night in Thimpu.

                          After breakfast we start our short trek to Taktshang, also referred to as the Tiger's Nest. For Mahayana Buddhists, the most sacred site is Taktsang Monastery. It is situated in the Paro valley on a steep hillside. The Taktsang cave, where Guru Padmasambhava is thought to have meditated for 3 years, 3 months, 3 days, and 3 hours in the eighth century, was initially built around 1692. It is said that Guru Padmasambhava brought Buddhism to Bhutan and Tibet. Visit the Paro Weekend Market, one of the main tourist destinations in Paro, to experience the vibrant sights, sounds, and fragrances that are present there. Everything imaginable is available, including fresh fruits and vegetables, religious artifacts, Bhutanese stamps, souvenirs, traditional Bhutanese clothing, handcrafted prayer wheels, and Kira. The market also features a number of food stands where you may sample Bhutanese specialties like khoo (jellied cow skin), chugo (yak cheese), and Tsirang honey. Discover the oldest fort in Bhutan, Zuri Dzong Fort, which is 30 minutes by car from Taktshang. The Rinpung Dzong monastery, another historic monastery in Paro, is a must-see. You can capture some very stunning shots from this location on the edge of a hill overlooking the lovely valley that is flanked on all sides by vast green hills. The monastery's name translates as "Fortress atop a Heap of Jewels," and also the building itself has historically been vital in defending Bhutan from outside invasions. In addition, explore Paro The Chu River, which starts on Mount Jomolhari and flows through picturesque gorges and meadows before entering the town of Paro, which is the lifeline of the region. You can also visit a number of other places, including the Five Chortens, Tago Lhakhang, Tamchoe Monastery, Dasho Nishioka Chorten Museum, Drukgyal Dzong Monastery, Drakarpo, Chele La, and many others. Depending on the time you have available, you can also visit these places. Return to Thimpu after the day's exploration and spend the day at the hotel.

                            Arrive in Kathmandu after a breathtaking flight over the Himalayas. You will be transported to your hotel by your guide. If you have extra time, take a tour around Kathmandu. Spend the night in Kathmandu.

                            Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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                            What's Included

                            • Airport pick-ups and drop-offs via private vehicle
                            • International flights from Nepal to Tibet and return back
                            • International flight from Nepal to Bhutan and return back
                            • All ground transportation in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan
                            • Daily breakfasts (for 15 days)
                            • Sightseeing in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan
                            • Well experienced and English speaking local tourist guide
                            • Twin-shared hotel accommodation in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan
                            • Sightseeing entrance fees and government taxes for museums and monuments as per itinerary
                            • China and Tibet VISA and travel permits

                            What's Excluded

                            • Nepalese VISA fee [cost: 40 USD for 30 days visa]
                            • International flight from and to Nepal
                            • Meals (lunch and dinner) during the journey
                            • Tips and gratitude for guides, porters, and drivers
                            • All other costs which are not mentioned in the cost include' list

                            Meals during Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour

                            A good tour is made better by good meals. Additionally, this South Asia trip will treat you to a wide variety of delectable local and foreign cuisine. You are free to choose what and where you wish to eat while on the Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet tours. We also make sure that the incorrect foods don't endanger your health, which is equally vital. However, it's important to note that there can be a limit in some hotels and restaurants.

                            Important Documents

                            First of all, your passport must be valid for at least six months at the time of arrival. In addition to the endorsements page, you will want a blank visa page in order to obtain your tourist visa at the airport.
                            • Entry Permit for Tibet: Before traveling, this Tibet Travel Permit should be obtained from the Tibet Tourism Bureau. Before boarding your train or airplane to Tibet, you must have the document. To enter the Tibetan border from Nepal, you must first obtain a Border Pass. These licenses are only available from authorized travel companies.
                            • Group visa for Tibet: The Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu is responsible for issuing this Tibet Group Visa. We can obtain the visa after receiving a completed visa application form and your original passport. The passport will be kept at the Embassy for the period of the review.
                            • Nepal Visa: Thankfully, there are a number of entry points, including Kathmandu, where you can quickly receive a Nepali visa. Upon arriving at TIA, Nepal visas are available for 15, 30, and 90 days. An Indian citizen is not required to have a passport. But to enter Nepal, they need to present their citizenship or a voter's card.
                            • Bhutan Visa: In order for you to cross the border into Bhutan, authorized Bhutanese tour operators or their affiliates can apply for a Bhutan visa on your behalf. No visa is required for citizens of Bangladesh, India, or the Maldives to enter Bhutan.

                            Travel permits for Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan

                            Non-Chinese passport holders are required by Tibetan law to get a Tibet Travel Permit, a China Visa, as well as a tour guide and driver that have been prearranged. Only an authorized travel agency can submit an application for one of these permits; travelers may not do so on their own. Depending on where you plan to go in Tibet, you will need to acquire specific permits. Tibet Travel Permit is enough for the Lhasa Tour, however additional Tibet Permits are required for travel outside of Lhasa. Before departure, a hard-to-extend travel permit to Tibet is granted.

                            Transport between Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan

                            Road trips and flights are both convenient ways to get from Tibet to Nepal. Every day there is a flight between Lhasa and Kathmandu. The long, overland journey from Kathmandu to Lhasa—or vice versa—is widely regarded as a classic journey to discover Tibet's highlights. 
                            Currently, the only way to get from Nepal to Bhutan is by aircraft. The two ancient kingdoms are connected by daily flights. Travelers who want to go from Tibet to Bhutan or the other way around must go through Kathmandu, Nepal, as there is currently no direct flight between the two countries

                            Tourist Guides

                            Our native tour guides are qualified and certified tour guides. They are aware of the problems that can arise and how to fix them. They speak English with ease and are knowledgeable about the history and culture of the area, which they will convey to you. We will make an effort to match you with a guide who speaks your original tongue if you are uncomfortable speaking English (upon pre-request).

                            Rules and restrictions during the Tour

                            • Travel Permits Are Required For Restricted Areas
                            • Wintertime in Tibet results in the closure of some locations.
                            • No upper age limit to enter Tibet
                            • Independent Travel by Tourists To Tibet Is Not Permitted
                            • A Tibet Travel Permit Is Required To Enter Tibet.
                            • Weapons cannot be exchanged or imported.
                            • All medications, excluding those prescribed for medical treatment, are prohibited.
                            • Possessing pornography is prohibited
                            • The export of flora, fauna, and endangered species is prohibited from Bhutan.
                            • Foreign journalists and diplomats are not permitted to visit Tibet as regular tourists.
                            • Tibet is off-limits to visitors during the Tibetan New Year.
                            What Our Clients Say
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                              Maria ThompasUnited Kingdom,September 04, 2022

                              the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour.

                              One of the most memorable trips of my life was the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. Our instructor decided to take us on the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour when we were in class 9. In 13 days, we traveled to three Asian countries. We traveled to the best parts of those three nations throughout those 13 days. Views were so breathtaking that when we returned to school, we complimented the beauty of those nations in class as well. We learned a lot about Hindu and Buddhist nations throughout this tour. We used the information we learned from that to complete our research on Asian culture. We used guides to help us gather information for our paperwork. Throughout the tour, we eat a lot of mouthwatering meals. When our teacher originally told us that we were going on this tour with Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition, we initially thought that the Nepali tour guides might not speak English very well and that we might run into difficulties. However, we were mistaken. As a spokesperson for my class, I would like to thank Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition for eliminating the myth that Nepali tour guides are unable to understand English.

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                              John NathanItaly,March 18, 2019

                              Educational Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

                              Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour was one of the unforgettable tours of my life. We were in class 9 and our teacher decides to take us to the Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour. We visited three Asian nations in 16 days. In those 16 days, we visited highpoints of those three countries. Views were so fantastic we were flattering the beauty of those countries in class after coming back to our school too. In this tour, we got a lot of knowledge about Hindu and Buddhist countries. Information collected from that helped us in doing our paperwork on Culture in Asian Countries. Guides helped us in collecting useful material for our paperwork. We eat MOMOS, Noodles, Panipuri, and other lip-smacking dishes during that tour. At first, when our teacher told us that we are going in this tour from Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition then our mindset was Nepali guides may not speak English well and we have to face problems but we were wrong. I, as a representative of my class want to thank Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition for breaking the stereotype that Nepali guide cannot speak in English.


                            Why travel with Nepal Trek Adventure?

                            Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition is one of the best local travel companies based in Kathmandu with leading adventures.

                            • Expert Guides
                              Expert Guides

                              Our experienced guides have extensive knowledge of the local area and culture, ensuring a safe and authentic adventure.

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                              Top-notch Customer Service

                              Our team is dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, from personalized trip planning to attentive support throughout your journey.

                            • Flexibility

                              We understand that travel plans can change, which is why we offer flexible itineraries and customizable tours to meet your specific needs and preferences.

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