Himalayan tours to Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal
A whistlestop tour of three beautiful but distinct Himalayan kingdoms, this well-balanced tour blends art, architecture, diverse culture and spectacular scenery.
Kathmandu Bhaktapur Patan Paro Thimpu Punakha Taschichoedzong Monastery Zorig Chusum traditional school of arts and crafts Punakha Dzong Taktsang Monastery Old Kathmandu Bodhnath Lhasa City Potala Palace Drepung Monastery Jolkhang Temple Pokhara Sarangkot Bindabashini Temple Boating on Fewa Lake Tibetan Refuge Camp
£2055 excluding flights
Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet
Excluding flights from the UK.
Additional £905 local air fare per person.
Minimum age 10 yrs old.
Single supplement cost GBP 295
Additional £905 local air fare per person.
Minimum age 10 yrs old.
Single supplement cost GBP 295
Description of Himalayan tours to Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Our top tip:
Think lots of light layers when packing - temperatures will vary.
Tailor made (min. age 10).
3* and tourist standard hotels.
Solo travelers welcome. Single rooms available for a surcharge.
All breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners.
Accomm., deluxe minibus, listed activities, English-speaking guide.
34 Reviews of Himalayan tours to Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 17 Jan 2020 by Sheetal PatelThe most memorable part of the vacation was seeing Mount Everest and also the mountains and Himalayas mostly every day in Nepal. Read full review
Reviewed on 11 Jan 2020 by Stacey CookIt was wonderful! I had a lovely time and plan to go back to Nepal and Bhutan again. Read full review
Reviewed on 06 Nov 2019 by W WrightAbsolutely outstanding! The perfect balance of outstanding guides and guiding Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Sep 2019 by Malcolm BondinClimbing Tiger's Nest in Bhutan and getting to the Everest Base Camp in Tibet were the most memorable moments of my trip. Read full review
Reviewed on 03 May 2019 by Chula Krieg-dutschmannVisiting Bhutan and Nepal and Tibet was unforgettable experience. It was an excellent tour, well organised according to my needs and unexpected difficult situation. Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Apr 2019 by Kim ArmstrongA fantastic ADVENTURE through Nepal Bhutan and Tibet. We loved the sights, the snowcapped Himalayas, the Hindu Festivals, the horse riding, the Buddhist temples and the sheer joy of visiting these lands. Read full review
Reviewed on 16 Apr 2019 by John BrechinThe view of the snow covered mountains from the Douchala Pass was breathtaking. We felt as if we were really standing on top of the world! Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Oct 2018 by Mary KeatingExcellent - A trip that will be remembered forever. Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Oct 2018 by Amy ThakurdasEach country had a memorable moment. Nepal - sunrise at the Himalays and sunset in the Jungle; Bhutan - the spectacular walk to the Tiger's Nest Monastery and our thoughtful, gentle and kind helpful guide; Tibet - Nothing can describe the sense of calm and harmony of the monasteries. Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Oct 2018 by Guillermo GamberoTiger’s Nest trip was definitely a highlight but so was the monasteries we visited in Tibet and places in Nepal such as Patan. For me this trip was a dream come true and by far one of the best vacations I ever had. Read full review
Reviewed on 09 Oct 2018 by S. FisherBrilliant. All the vacation was excellent, but we particularly enjoyed our visit to Lhasa (Tibet) and our trek to Tiger’s Nest (Bhutan). Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Jun 2018 by Alma SarajlicEXCELLENT...The whole trip was absolutely amazing, beautiful sites to see, lovely people. The tour operator was very helpful and treated us very well. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Jun 2018 by Bronagh PurcellWe really enjoyed all of the vacation. However, the most memorable part of the trip for us was the trek up to the Tiger's Nest. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Apr 2018 by Geerhard De VriesThe highlight was the walk to tigers nest in Bhutan, a 90 min twin seater plane over Annapurna base camp in Pokhara Nepal, and the monks debate in Tibet. Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Apr 2018 by Pablo NavanaThe most memorable was the sunrise in Phobjikha Valley. Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Nov 2018 by Patricia ShawEverest Base camp Bhutan was the most memorable the vacation. Read full review
Reviewed on 05 Nov 2018 by Judith PoppleVisiting Bhutan is a must... the vacation was great. Fascinating to see three very different countries. Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Sep 2018 by Shane KennedyThe trip to Tibet was worth it in a lot of ways while at the same time giving one lots to think about regarding the state of the country and it inhabitants. Bhutan was well worth the trip an experience in itself with your own guide and driver and a country that is unique in so many ways and one that one would like to return to. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Nov 2017 by Elsinore AlexanderClimbing to the top of the tiger's nest was really amazing, but honestly the whole trip was such an eye opener! I don't think I have experienced anything quite like it before! Read full review
Reviewed on 21 Oct 2017 by Paul RockSeeing sights such as Tigers Nest, the Potala Palace, and flights over Mount Everest. Visiting Tibet was a highlight. One of the greatest trips we've been on! Amazing sights, and a true learning experience. Read full review
Reviewed on 13 Sep 2017 by EvaThe whole trip was absolutely fantastic and very well organised. Some of my favourites were just about the whole of Bhutan, the sunrise from Sarangkot, Pokhara and lake Yamdrok in Tibet. Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Aug 2017 by Tom McCarthyPerhaps the most memorable day as the trek to The Tiger's Nest in Bhutan. The trek was tough, for me at least, but really enjoyable. Once we reached the Tiger's Nest the pain melted away and was replaced by equal measures of awe and exhilaration. It truly is wonderful! The way down is much easier! Read full review
Reviewed on 08 Aug 2017 by Vicky WestIt was fascinating to see all the different temples and hear the histories and about the religions of the three countries. Everyone we met was very friendly. Nepal is the easiest to get about with so many travelers there. It was more chaotic but we loved the energy of the place. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Dec 2017 by Chris BarkerBhutan; Tigers Nest and Tango Monastery was the most memorable parts. Read full review
Reviewed on 21 Nov 2017 by Katie AdamsBhutan was amazing, everything about the trip, people, guide, driver, food, information, weather... it really is the happiest place in the world. Tibet was an eye opener into the whole situation. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Oct 2017 by Carlos GarciaWe enjoyed Bhutan most of all although all 3 countries are interesting and very different. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Sep 2017 by Jason TaylorTiger Nest and Porala Palace were amazing! The tour guides were fantastic... Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Dec 2016 by Rachel McNuttSuperb...The trek up to the Tiger's Nest Monastery in Bhutan as well as the flight to Bhutan when we had amazing Mt Everest views Read full review
Reviewed on 15 Jun 2016 by Ljiljana Padjen-PajovicWhole trip was very nice and all tree countries differ from each other on very unique way. Read full review
Reviewed on 21 Mar 2016 by Stuart BowdenNepal desperately needs more tourists to help support the local economy. Don't be put off by the recent earthquake - most of the major sights are still well worth visiting. Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Nov 2016 by Geoffrey HermsenIn Nepal/Bhutan it was thin t shirts as it was so hot and only a light sweater for the mornings and night in Tibet. Read full review
Reviewed on 06 Mar 2014 by Carolynn PeaceThe whole trip was memorable and exciting but one highlight was the hike up to the Tiger's Nest Monastery in Bhutan - quite a grueling walk for a Sunday afternoon but what memories! Also, visiting Lhasa in February when pilgrims from the furthest reaches of Tibet were there was a joy. Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Oct 2013 by Dietrich YapThe most memorable part of the vacation was seeing new places and meeting new people from completely new cultures. Read full review
Reviewed on 31 Oct 2011 by Rosemary ChinchenWatching the sun go down on Everest on the most perfect evening. Celebrating Diwali with the locals were the most memorable parts of the vacation Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetOur well trained guides are also very aware about the fragile state of the environment and are aware of proper rubbish management. They always explain about the fragility of the environment and rubbish management to the trekkers and advise them to dispose of their rubbish in proper places and take the non recyclable rubbish away with them. These kinds of activities always support nature.
Our company donates some reasonable funds to the different NGO/ local communities who are working in the environmental sector locally. Those NGO/ local communities help to maintain the trekking trail and running different kinds of environmental awareness programs within the local community. These kinds of programs have helped the local fragile ecosystem to remain unexploited and to maintain greenery in the surrounding area.
Our tour guides are also aware about Responsible Tourism and minimizing the impacts on nature; for example: Trash rubbish pits, purifying drinking water, litter removal, use of kerosene fuel for cooking rather than fire-wood, Use of local hotels/Guest houses.
PeopleWe are very aware about the environment and using local resources. Use of local resources help generate employment. We always use local people for all kinds of work. This work helps local people to earn their living with a good income. Thus, tourism enhances the standards of living of people from the area and the whole nation, as well as reducing poverty. Use of locally available vegetables and different kind of souvenirs also help people to be self employed. For example, due to tourism, the annual income of people from the Khumbu region and other tourist area has always been higher than the average for Nepal.
We support this by purchasing local products such as fresh fruits, handloom products, meat, drinks, and fresh vegetables and providing job opportunities and staying with local hotels/ Guest houses. These are often operated by local communities, which minimize impact on the environment - such as using kerosene/gas fuel instead of fire wood, manage garbage at proper sections etc.
We support the local school and health post , through donatations and educational materials to kids. We give support to local health posts by giving medical materials.
We use local man-power in the trip, such as local tour/ trekking guides. We hire local transport. It provides great opportunities for the local inhabitants to enhance their carrier & develop the community.
We always encourage local people to preserve their local culture and tradition by providing donations and other technical assistance as per the availability, for the continuation of their culture and indigenous knowledge. Thus, people can enjoy the differences within the community for the long term.