China Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour – 16 Days

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Country China, Nepal and Bhutan Max-Altitude 3,650m/11,972ft
Trip StartBeijing, China Trip End Paro, Bhutan
Group Size Min 2, Max 12
Meals Breakfast in Beijing, Lhasa, Kathmandu and all meals in Bhutan.
Accommodation 3 Star hotel throughout the trip
Starting At $ 3,825 USD
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    Mystical 16 day journey across three wondrous Himalayan countries, with insight on their culture and heritage.

    China Tibet Nepal Bhutan Tour will offer you with best travel experience in Himalayas worth remembering for your lifetime. Experience the splendor of the ‘Eight Wonders of the World’ as you climb the ‘Great Wall’ in Beijing, discover the mythical paradise in Tibet, explore the temples and shrines in Nepal and experience the vibrant culture and exquisite heritage within Bhutan all at once with us. This bespoke journey features some of our favorite spots in the Himalayan Kingdoms starting with the Forbidden City and Great Wall in Beijing followed by Potala and Norbulingka Palaces, ancient monasteries, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Bazaar and more in Tibet. Your next stop is Kathmandu, where you tour the city’s prominent UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the historic Durbar Square, the famous Monkey Temple (Swayambhunath), the Buddhist Shrine (Bouddhanath), one of the largest Buddhist Shrine and Pashupatinath, the sacred Hindu temple. Finally conclude your trip in Bhutan, the tiny Himalayan kingdom, where you visit several landmarks in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha including a day hike to the famous Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery.


    China Nepal tour and Nepal Bhutan tour is the best way to experience magical Himalayas. Our indigenous experts in each destination will guide you through hidden gems of these Himalayan countries. Flight during China Nepal tour will offer you with divine trans Himalayan views. Well protected nature of Bhutan and its cultural awesomeness is another highlight of this trip. Natural beauties of Himalayas, tradition and culture of local people, jaw-dropping views of highest Himalayan ranges are top attractions of China Tibet Nepal Bhutan tour which will satisfy your adventure travel enthusiasm.

    Why Do Trekkers Like You Love This Itinerary?

    • Carefully crafted itinerary with over 20 years of experience for the best Himalayan multi country tour experience
    • Guided by highly-experienced local leaders taking utmost care of you every time
    • Group size not exceeding 12 members with personalized service
    • Assistance in acquiring Chinese, Nepalese and Bhutanese visas
    • Hassle free journey including all ground transports
    • Full porterage during the hike
    • Emergency evacuation is readily available in case of any unfavorable events

    When Is The Best Time To Go?

    Spring (April and May), summer (June, July and August) and autumn (September, October and November) are the best seasons for this tour. We can also equally enjoy this trip during winter months but it may get a bit cold.

    Is This The Right Trip For You?

    • The sightseeing trip is suitable for anyone with gentle fitness level and novice hikers (experienced trekkers may also join the trip for a change)
    • You will be traveling in private and comfortable vehicles
    • There is a small hiking journey in Bhutan reaching maximum altitude over 3000 meters only
    • Past hiking experience would be favorable, though technical skill is not required
    • Daily morning jogging and exercise are recommended at least a month prior to the start of your trip

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    What’s Included

    Price Includes
    • All airport pick-ups and drops
    • All ground transportation by comfortable private vehicles
    • All meals in Bhutan. Breakfasts in Beijing, Tibet and Nepal
    • All accommodations on twin-sharing basis
    • Sightseeing in Beijing, Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan by an experienced English speaking local tour guide
    • Government taxes, permits, sightseeing entrance fees for museums and monuments as per the itinerary
    • Bhutanese visa fee and Tibet entry permit
    • All Government and local taxes
    What's Not Included
    • All international flights
    • Nepalese visa fee (easily available after arriving at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu)
    • Chinese visa (US $175 for Americans and US $85 for other nationals)
    • Lunch and Dinner in Beijing, Lhasa and Kathmandu
    • Trip cancellation and Medical/Evacuation Insurance
    • Travel insurance
    • Items of personal nature (personal gear, telephone calls, beverages, internet, laundry etc.)
    • Excess baggage
    • Tips for staff
    • Any optional activities other than above included ones during free time
    • Services not mentioned in the ‘Trip Cost Included’ section

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    Detailed Itinerary

    Arrival in Beijing, China and Departure from Paro, Bhutan
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    Accommodation and meals

    All accommodations during the tour will be in 3 star hotels whereas hotels in Bhutan are approved and classified by the government as grade A, B and C. These government approved hotels are equivalent to 3-4 star hotels elsewhere. All accommodations for ‘Cultural Journey through Himalayan Kingdom’ tour will be on twin-sharing basis. Single supplement will be provided on request which will cost you additional amount (1,700 USD). During your travel you will be accommodated in following hotels:

    • Tiantan Hotel- Beijing
    • Kyichu Hotel- Lhasa
    • Hotel moonlight - Kathmandu
    • Country Villa Resort- Nagarkot
    • Hotel Migmar- Thimphu
    • Meri Puensum Resort- Punakha
    • Tashi Namgay Resort- Paro

    All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) are included during your stay in Bhutan whereas only breakfasts will be available while in Beijing, Tibet and Kathmandu. Varieties of meals are available in most hotels – the most popular being Indian, Chinese, Nepalese, Bhutanese, Tibetan and the more common continental food. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are also available in every restaurant and hotel.

    Frequently asked questions about this trip

    General Questions

    For “Cultural Journey through Himalayan Kingdom” tour there will be a local Chinese tour guide in Beijing, Tibetan guide in Lhasa, local Nepali tour guide and driver for Kathmandu sightseeing. Similarly for Bhutan tour, there will a local Bhutanese guide, a driver and a helper if necessary.

    All Extollo Adventure trips are accompanied by a local, experienced tour leader. The tour leader will be there to ensure the trip runs smoothly making it the best possible trip. Whilst travelling, the leader provides information on the places being visited and also suggests what activities can be undertaken there.They have wide, general knowledge on history, culture, religion and social aspects of the people and communities visited. The leader takes care of the details, of course, so that you can savor the moment. Extollo Adventures carefully selects a tour leader who is a highly skilled professional, yet he/she is also incredibly warm, energetic, and has an unquenchable thirst for fun and genuine excitement for the journey at hand. The leader is expected to have that special “it” factor that transforms a trip into an unforgettable journey.

    Please use this checklist as a guide when packing for ‘Cultural Journey through Himalayan Kingdom’ tour.

    Documents: The documents provided below are a must and should be with you at all times.

    • Valid passport
    • Medical insurance card(s)
    • Address book
    • Airline tickets, e-tickets, etc.
    • Passport size photographs (minimum 4)
    • All necessary permit(s)

    We recommend that you make copies of your passport, visas, permits, airline tickets/schedule, travelers check numbers, etc. Leave a copy with someone at home and put another copy in a separate place in your luggage.

    Clothing: In Tibet, the weather is cool during summer (with cold winds) and excruciatingly cold in winter. Since you will not be staying in one place for long, consider carrying warm, lightweight, hand-washable and quick-drying clothes.

    • Sweater, jacket, windbreaker
    • A pair of shorts, mid-thigh or longer
    • Long pants (zip-off pants are very useful)
    • T-shirts and long-sleeved shirts
    • Undergarments (optimum supply)
    • Sport bras for women (roads can be bumpy)
    • Rain jackets and pants
    • A warm cap and a sun hat with brim and chin strap
    • Bandanna or scarf
    • Belt
    • Pajamas
    • Decent swim suit
    • Comfortable and sturdy shoes (if possible waterproof)
    • Tennis shoes or sandals
    • Comfortable, breathable socks (“Smart wool” or “Thorlos” are both excellent)
    • Toiletries
    • Soap, shampoo (2-in-1 shampoo with conditioner is preferable instead of carrying a separate conditioner bottle)
    • Shaving items
    • Toothbrush, toothpaste
    • Hairbrush, comb, mirror, nail clippers
    • Wet-wipes
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Sun-block lotion (at least SPF 15)
    • Facial tissue
    • Lip balm with sunscreen
    • Insect repellent
    • Small towel
    • Toilet paper
    • Q-tips
    • Tampons and sanitary napkins
    • Sewing kit
    • Baggage
    • Duffel bag or a suitcase
    • Day pack bag for daily activities and easy access
    • Waterproof plastic bags or zip-lock bags (Plastic garbage bags are useful to protect sleeping bags, etc. from wet weather, and zip-lock bags are useful for storage in dusty/wet environments)


    • Headlamp or flashlight
    • Camera, lenses, filters, memory disks (you will not be able to download)
    • Video camera, tapes
    • Tripod
    • Batteries (extra batteries are always a good idea)
    • GPS
    • Alarm clock
    • iPod, MP3 player
    • Calculator (for currency conversion) or calculator app
    • Battery chargers, plugs

    Note: It’s always a good idea to keep electronics warm and dry, so storing them in sealed water-proof bags is recommended. Also, note that the electrical current in Tibet is 220v, AC 50 Hz. There are numerous different plug types used in Tibet, so it might be easier to purchase an adapter once you get there.

    Medical supplies/ First Aid

    Take an adequate supply of any prescription medication(s) you use regularly and consult your doctor before the trip. Most over-the-counter medicines are available in Lhasa but are more difficult to obtain outside of urban areas.

    • Ibuprofen or aspirin
    • Anti-diarrhea pills
    • Iron supplements (for women)
    • Disinfectant, antiseptic cream, antibiotic ointment
    • Band-Aids/plasters
    • Gauze bandages and tape
    • Throat lozenges
    • Vitamin supplements (available in Lhasa but of lower quality and dosage)
    • Anti-histamines
    • Ace bandage
    • Malaria pills (consult your doctor)
    • Anti-biotics (consult your doctor)
    • Water-purification tablets
    • Bottled mineral water and thermoses of boiled water are available for purchase everywhere throughout Tibet. However, water-purification tablets can be useful during excursions.
    • Steripen
    • Water filter
    • Iodine or chlorine dioxide purification tablets
    • Miscellaneous Items
    • Good UV protection sunglasses with straps (this is very important against strong high-altitude sun)
    • Eyeglasses or contacts and plenty of cleaning solution (carrying extra eyeglasses is recommended)
    • Binoculars
    • Swiss knife
    • Notebook (small size recommended), pencil and pen
    • Playing cards, games, books, frisbee, football, kite
    • Energy bars, hard candy, snacks, and comfort foods
    • Cash, travelers checks, credit cards ($500 or more in cash and/or travelers checks, including some small U.S., Euros, or local currency)
    • Money belt (waterproof is best)
    • Maps, guidebooks
    • Umbrella, particularly useful in the rainy season
    • Salt and pepper for bland food, flavoring for coffee or water
    • Water bottles and Camelback (useful on bumpy roads)

    A representative from Extollo Adventures will be there to meet you at the airport upon your arrival in Beijing. Then you will be transferred to your hotel. If you cannot see our representative you can call us. Upon leaving the country you will be picked up from your hotel by our representative to drop off you at the Paro airport for your onward destination.

    Nepal: There are vaccinations needed prior to travel to Nepal. Please note that some vaccinations need to be taken over a course of several months. Hence, before taking any vaccinations, or immunization medications, please consult your qualified travel medical practitioner at least 6 months before the start of the travel. There is no need to present inoculation/immunization certificates to enter Nepal for any legal purpose, but bring them just in case you need to provide them. The following vaccinations/immunizations are the ones needed generally whilst travelling to Nepal:

    • Hepatitis A: Recommended for all travelers
    • Hepatitis B: Recommended for all travelers
    • Typhoid: Recommended for all travelers
    • Rabies: For travelers who are spending a lot of time outdoors and are at high risk of animal bites, or involved in any activities that might bring them into direct contact with animals.
    • Cholera: Travelers going to, or living and working in, places with inadequate sanitary conditions such as refugee camps are at greater risk.
    • Japanese Encephalitis: For travelers who may spend a month or more in rural areas and for short-term travelers who may spend substantial time outdoors in rural areas, especially after dusk
    • Tetanus: Recommended for all travelers (normally you will need a booster)
    • Polio (normally you will just need a booster)

    Bhutan: No vaccinations are currently compulsory for entry into Bhutan. However, some immunizations are highly recommended. They include polio, tetanus, typhoid, measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), hepatitis A and B as well as Malaria. Most of your tour runs through western, central and eastern Bhutan. However, if you are travelling to remote areas of southern Bhutan, it is advised that you consult your physician about taking anti-malaria pills as Malaria is an endemic in those remote areas.

    China/Tibet: There are no any specific vaccinations to be taken prior to your visit to Tibet. However, you are advised to bring the following medicines that might be useful during your travel: Diamox, cold and flu tablets, throat lozenges, nasal decongestant, aspirin, and multivitamins. Please consult your doctor or physician prior to planning your tour.

    Tibet: Generally, the electricity supply in Tibet is 220V, 50HZ. If you are planning to travel in Tibet and wish to bring some electrical devices with you for basic use then keep in mind that transformer is very essential. Tibet hotels bathrooms have access to 220V and 110V electrical devices power. But, in the guest room normally only 220V electrical sockets are available.

    Nepal: Nepal uses 220-240V electrical outlets to power everyday appliances. So to avoid injury or destroying your appliances, it is good to buy converter pins or adapters that regulates the voltage and makes it safe to use. You are also advised to carry two and three pin adapters with you.

    Bhutan: Bhutan’s electricity is 230 volts 50 hertz. Electrical outlets accept 3 types of plug: three round pins arranged in a triangle, two round pins and two parallel flat pins with ground pin.

    Tibet: Very importantly, on the last and first day, if you are travelling with a group visa, please make sure your guide has the original visa copy with him along with other necessary travel documents (travel permit for the group and alien’s travel permit for the individual travelers) before you leave your hotel for the airport for the final departure. This is recommended in order for you to check out from the immigration without any hassle. (This point does not apply if you are carrying your visa for Tibet in your passports.)

    You are not allowed to take any Tibetan religious books, flags, literatures, T- shirts/caps with slogans, lonely planet items and photographs, especially related to Dalai Lama during your travel to Tibet. If the above mentioned items are found in your possession, they will be confiscated by the Chinese officials and you will not be allowed to enter Tibet. Also, confine yourself within the interests of the tour and refrain from talking about the political situation with the locals. Please also note that Diplomats, Journalists, professional media photographer and government officials cannot issue their Tibet permit through Extollo Adventures. They are only able to travel to Tibet under the arrangement of Foreign Affairs Department, Economic Development Committee, etc.

    Due to the current political tension between China and Tibet, thorough attention is paid by the Chinese government on customs and immigration. Sometimes you may need to wait for a couple of hours so please be patient.

    Tibet: As in the rest of China, Renminbi (RMB) is the legal currency in Tibet. Only the Bank of China offers foreign exchange services and facilities in Tibet including certain hotels. The banks in Tibet/China are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Travelers Cheque and credit cards are very difficult to be cashed outside the banks especially outside Lhasa. ATM facilities are easily available in Lhasa and Shigatse; however, it may be difficult to find one in other smaller towns or in remote places. So we suggest you to bring some cash with you. If you are entering Tibet via China you can also exchange currencies in mainland China itself.

    Nepal: Nepali Rupees (NRS) is the official currency of Nepal, and the stable rate for US dollar exchange is USD 1=98 NRS (The rate is subject to sudden changes, without notice).

    Foreign currencies must be exchanged at all major banks and authorized currency exchange centers throughout the city, who accept most major currencies from the world over. Convertible currencies are as follows: Dollar (U.S., Australian, Hong Kong, Canadian, and Singapore); Euro (Swiss, French, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Italy); Pound (U.K.); Yen (Japan). There is also an option of changing currencies at the airport on arrival, all currency changes might have a small service charge attached.

    All major credit/debit cards are accepted in cities. Most of the banks in Nepal have ATMs operating 24/7 in urban locations, though we would recommend only using these machines during bank opening hours so as not to run the risk of losing your card if the system crashes.

    All banks in Kathmandu Valley are open between 10.00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. from Sunday through Friday. They are closed on Saturdays and other public holidays. Money can be easily wired or transferred by various means into Nepal from the world over, as numerous banks and money transfer agencies in Kathmandu are very reliable.


    Currency: The Bhutanese currency is the ngultrum, which is pegged to the Indian rupee and thus trades at par with that currency. As of April 2013, USD 1 is equivalent to about 53 ngultrum if you are using USD 50 or USD 100 notes. Please take note that USD 50 and USD100 notes are given a better exchange rate than USD 20 notes or lesser. The smaller USD notes fetch about 5% less. If you plan to bring USD 100 notes be aware that the banks in Bhutan do not accept notes printed in 1996 due to counterfeiting that took place in that year. So go through your notes carefully. Also, make sure that your cash has no tears, ink marks, staple holes etc.

    Credit Cards: Bhutan is a cash economy! Visa, Maestro and MasterCard are not accepted at smaller shops, but bigger shops and hotels accept them.

    ATM: Bank of Bhutan (BOB) and Druk PNB Bank provide ATM facilities. Their ATM outlets are readily found in the major cities/towns of Bhutan like Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. So, if you have a Visa, Maestro or Master Card with a pin code, you can en-cash from their ATM outlets in the country. The business hours for almost all companies in Bhutan are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays (Monday to Friday) but the banks also stay open from 9:00 am to 11:00 am on Saturdays.

    Money Exchange: If you bring in cash, your best option is to change dollars or whatever you bring into ngultrum at the airport. The exchange rate is the same as in the banks in town. Keep in mind that banks are much harder to find outside the capital. You can also change your money at the hotels in Thimphu, but the rate is not as good.

    • Use of a neck wallet or money belt while travelling to keep your passport, air tickets, travelers’ cheques, cash and other valuable items safe.
    • Leave your valuable jewelry at home – you won’t need it while travelling. Many of the hotels we use have safety deposit boxes, which is the most secure way of storing your valuables.
    • A lock is recommended for securing your luggage.
    • When travelling on a group trip, please note that your group leader has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the trip itinerary if it is deemed necessary due to safety concerns. Your tour leader will accompany you on all included activities.
    • The cities visited on tour are generally safe during the day; there can be risks when wandering throughout any major city at night. It is our recommendation to stay in small groups and to take taxis to and from restaurants, or during night- time excursions.
    • At times of protests and demonstrations, even those that are well intended, have the potential to turn violent with no warning. Action by security forces to disperse demonstrators and protesters may occur at any time. If you are in an area where demonstrators or protesters have assembled, avoid the temptation of staying for a good photo opportunity and leave the area immediately.
    • Water based activities have an element of danger and excitement built into them. We recommend only participating in water based activities when accompanied by a guide(s). Swimming is always at your own risk.

    Important notes ( Read before you book )

    Some important things to know before you go.
    • Visa & Passport Information

      Extollo Adventures will assist you in procuring the visas
      required for travel to Bhutan, China and Tibet. You can apply for the Nepalese
      Tourist Visa on arrival at the Tribhuwan International Airport, in Kathmandu,
      Nepal. Your passport must be at least 6 months valid at the end of your tour.
      Please send us a copy of your passport in order for us proceeds to apply for
      the visa. Also, bring at least 6 recent passport photos.

    • Travel Insurance

      It is mandatory for joining any of the Extollo Adventures trips is that all clients must be insured, it is strongly recommended that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. There could be comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please note that we do not arrange or sell insurance.

    • Extra Expenses and Exclusions

      You need to keep extra money to cover miscellaneous
      expenses. This would be for travelers spending money for requirements like
      beverages both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, purchasing toiletries, souvenirs,
      paying for laundry service, bar bills, phone bills, extra porters, bottled
      water, tipping, and other services not listed and recreational expenses. You
      need to consider your own spending habits when it comes to using money for the
      above mentioned expenses. There could be unforeseen circumstances like natural
      calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in government
      regulations, flight cancellations etc that are beyond Extollo Adventures'
      control, for which emergency funds will be highly recommended.

    • Solo Travelers

      Generally, we do not charge solo travelers any extra charge. You will be paired up with another traveler of same gender and hotel room will be provided on twin sharing basis in Bhutan. On request, you will be provided a single room in Bhutan with a single supplement charge.

    • Couple of Rules

      Nepal has zero tolerance for drug smuggling. Visitors are forbidden to import drugs in any form into Nepal (REF: - Custom Formalities). Possession of drugs not only puts you at risk of being apprehended and imprisoned, but the entire group you are travelling with might get arrested as well.

      Nepal is a country of tradition and scared religious beliefs. Any obscenity whether physical or verbal is looked upon with revulsion as the culture here differs from Western countries. Wearing inappropriate attire while visiting religious sites will not be tolerated, and clothes that are too revealing or leather clothing inside the religious structures are not allowed. While holding hands is completely normal, please refrain from displaying too much physical affection in public view, if you plan to travel in Nepal as a couple.

    • Do’s & Don’ts in Tibet
      • Independent tour is prohibited in Tibet. You will only be granted a group visa for Tibet whereby you can only tour within an organized group travel.
      • Dress responsibly. Short skirts and shorts are not a suitable option, especially at religious sites.
      • Act respectfully when visiting temples and monasteries. Always circle a monastery building, statue or chorten (stupa) in a clockwise direction. Keep prayer wheels and shrines on your right. Allow your guide to lead by example or better explain it to you.
      • Don’t wear shorts or short skirts and transparent clothes (especially when visiting monasteries and religious sites as you may be barred from entering)
      • Always take your hat and sunglasses off before entering religious sites
      • Smoking, consuming alcohol or making unnecessary noise in a monastery, public displays of affection, indecent clothing, spitting before somebody etc are considered taboos in Tibet.
      • Giving candy to child promotes begging- don’t encourage it.
      • Avoid discussing politically or culturally sensitive topics in public.
      • Do not put Tibetans in a politically difficult or even potentially dangerous situation. This includes handing out photos of the Dalai Lama (these are illegal in Tibet) and politically sensitive materials.
      • Taking pictures is prohibited in sensitive areas like check-posts/ Army Areas.
      • Always ask permission before photographing a local or a religious site. Many temples will charge a fee for cameras or video cameras.
      • Refrain from taking photos during a prayer meeting. At other times always ask permission to take photos, especially when using a flash. Some monasteries charge photography fees.
    • Do’s and Don’ts in Bhutan
      • Photography: Bhutanese in general pose for photographs. However, make sure to ask for permission from the concerned person before you take a shot. Taking pictures inside dzongs, temples, monasteries and museums are prohibited.
      • Dress Code: One should remember to dress appropriately while visiting Dzongs, monasteries and temples.
      • Must wear:
      • You will not be allowed to enter if you are wearing:
      • Collared shirt (either full or half sleeve)
      • Full-length pants/long skirt
      • Shoes with socks
      • Tie is not required
      • Hats/caps
      • Shorts/short skirt
      • Slippers/sandals
      • T-shirts

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