Combined multi-countries

Tibet and Bhutan Tour

The combined tours of magical destinations Bhutan and Tibet treat visitors with their cultural and natural diversity. Buddhism is highly practiced in these destinations and several monuments, and cultural monasteries are prime attractions. The spiritual significance is high in both destinations and visitors can feel peaceful while exploring these destinations. The unique heritage, remote landscapes, towering snow-covered mountains including Everest, serene lakes, vast grasslands, and the indomitable spirit of its people in Tibet make it an attractive and unmissed destination. Likewise, stunning Himalayan ranges, cultural heritages, impressive architectural landmarks, green valleys, and friendly and ever-smiling Bhutanese make Bhutan a top destination among visitors.

Namtso Lake, Tibet

Tibet is popular as ‘The Roof of the World’ while Bhutan is renowned as the ‘Land of Thunder Dragon’. Ancient fortresses and monasteries, fascinating architecture, unique traditional festivals, cultural richness, and cultural dresses add value to these destinations. Potala Palace, Drepung Monastery, Norbulingka Palace, Yamdruk Lake, Rongbuk Monastery, etc. are major attractions in Tibet. Bhutan is also rich in its monuments and landmarks like Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Chhimi Lhakhang Temple, Dzongs, Buddha Dordenma Statue, etc. Visitors must try unique and authentic delicious foods in both destinations. They are the identity of these destinations. With good scenic views, try some yummy meals and capture them in your tour memories of the combined Bhutan and Tibet tours. Visitors have the flexibility to choose an overland or flight tour as their preference. Connect with us for an unforgettable Bhutan and Tibet tours.

Limitations for Tibet and Bhutan combined tour

  • Both Tibet and Bhutan have no direct connectivity by air and travel via a third country like Nepal is the only option.
  • There are no direct international flights to Lhasa (Tibet) except from Kathmandu (Nepal) and China mainland (Chengdu/Beijing/other cities).
  • An overland tour to Tibet is possible via the Kathmandu-Kerung border and Bhutan is possible via Phuentsoling, Samdrup Jongkhar, and Gelephu (India).
  • Prepare to drive 7 hours a day if you choose an overland tour option from Kathmandu to Lhasa or vice-versa.
  • The Tibet overland tour via Kathmandu requires one to stay in Kathmandu for a minimum of 4 days to get a Tibet Group Visa. To collect a Tibet Group Visa, one must submit the original passport to the China visa center until one gets a visa. In that case, you do not need a China visa (if you already have one, they will cancel it and provide a Tibet group visa). During your 4-day stay in Kathmandu, explore this beautiful and cultural city.
  • China Visa, Tibet Travel Permit, and train/flight ticket to Tibet are essential if you are traveling to Tibet from China mainland (Chengdu/Beijing/Guangzhou/other cities). It is mandatory to stay 1 night (you can take an afternoon/evening flight) in China mainland to collect a hard copy of a travel permit which will be sent to you by a representative.
  • Numerous daily flights to Lhasa (Tibet) are available from China’s mainland Chengdu/Beijing/Guangzhou/other cities) while only three weekly flights (Mon, Wed, Fri) is available from Kathmandu (Nepal). Kathmandu is the only international destination besides China’s mainland to travel to Lhasa (Tibet).
  • Bhutan has limited direct flights to only 5 nations: Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, and Singapore. Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines are the only two national carriers of Bhutan and do not allow other airlines to land in Bhutan.
  • There are no connecting flights from worldwide in Bhutan. Hence, you need to pick up your luggage from the nearest airport (Nepal, India, Singapore, Thailand, or Bangladesh) as there is a direct flight available to Bhutan, and check it in again for your flight to Bhutan.
Best Season
April to November
Accommodation
3 star / 4 star / 5 star / Luxury high-end
Transportation options
Private Vehicle with air-conditioned

Suggested Tour Packages

What are China’s mainland cities for Tibet tour?
Chengdu, Beijing, Chongqing, Xian, Xining, Kunming, Mian Yang, Zhengzhou, Shi Quan He, Wuhan, Wanxian, Luzhou, Bangda, Changsha, Diqing, Golmud, etc.

We have several Bhutan and Tibet tour packages with various durations (3-15 days) that are perfectly flexible and customizable to your choices of accommodations and monuments/landmarks visit. You just need to provide us with your preferred travel time, available duration, number of travelers, preferred hotels, interested monuments, travel days in each destination, etc. With the provided information, we will prepare a suitable itinerary that mostly aligns with your choices and calculate the total cost. It is best to travel between April to November in both destinations as these months offer phenomenal views with stable weather and temperature. Both Bhutan and Tibet tours are expensive due to the high transportation costs in Tibet and government sustainability fees in Bhutan. Hence, both are private tours which means there is no group joining. Our various Tibet and Bhutan tour packages are as follows:

1. Tibet and Bhutan Tour package

Fly from Chengdu/Beijing to Lhasa, Lhasa to Kathmandu, Kathmandu to Paro (Bhutan), Paro to next destination

  • Tibet Tour duration: 04-10 days (Lhasa city tour, Yamdrok Lake, Tsedang, Gyantse, Shigatse, Rongbuk Monastery (Everest Base Camp), Shakya Monastery, Namtso Lake, Drak Yerpa with Ganden Monastery etc.)
  • Bhutan Tour duration: 03-10 (Paro with Taktsang Monastery, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha/Gangtey, Trongsa, Bumthang Valley, etc.)

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potala-palace-lhasa

2. Tibet and Bhutan Tour with Everest Base Camp (By Overland)

Fly from Chengdu/Beijing to Lhasa, Lhasa to Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu by drive, Kathmandu to Paro, Paro to next destination

  • Tibet Tour duration: 07-15 days (Lhasa city tour, Yamdrok Lake, Gyantse, Shigatse, Rongbuk Monastery (Everest Base Camp), Shakya Monastery, Namtso Lake, Drak Yerpa with Ganden Monastery, Tsedang etc.)
  • Bhutan Tour duration: 03-10 (Paro with Taktsang Monastery, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha/Gangtey, Trongsa, Bumthang Valley, etc.)

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Mt. Everest sunrise view from Rongbuk Monastery, Tibet

3. Bhutan and Tibet Tour Package (By Flight)

Fly from Bangkok/New Delhi to Bhutan (Paro), Paro to Kathmandu (Nepal), Kathmandu to Chengdu, Chengdu to Lhasa, Lhasa to next destination via China mainland

  • Bhutan Tour duration: 03-10 (Paro with Taktsang Monastery, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha/Gangtey, Trongsa, Bumthang Valley, etc.)
  • Tibet Tour duration: 04-10 days (Lhasa city tour, Yamdrok Lake, Tsedang, Gyantse, Shigatse, Rongbuk Monastery (Everest Base Camp), Shakya Monastery, Namtso Lake, Drak Yerpa with Ganden Monastery etc.)

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Taktsang-Monastery-Tigers-Nest

4. Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet Tour Package (By Flight)

Fly to Kathmandu from worldwide, Apply for Tibet group visa and Kathmandu Tour, after getting Tibet visa, Kathmandu to Paro, Paro to Kathmandu, Kathmandu to Lhasa, Lhasa to next destination

  • Nepal Tour duration: 04-10 (Tibet group visa apply, Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Nagarkot, Panauti, Pokhara, Chitwan National Park, Lumbini, helicopter or mountain flight to Everest etc.)
  • Bhutan Tour duration: 03-10 (Paro with Taktsang Monastery, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha/Gangtey, Trongsa, Bumthang Valley, etc.)
  • Tibet Tour duration: 04-10 days (Lhasa city tour, Yamdrok Lake, Tsedang, Gyantse, Shigatse, Rongbuk Monastery (Everest Base Camp), Shakya Monastery, Namtso Lake, Drak Yerpa with Ganden Monastery etc.)

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kathmandu-durbar-square

5. Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet Tour Package (By Overland)

Fly to Kathmandu from worldwide, Kathmandu to Paro, Paro to Kathmandu, Apply for Tibet group visa and Kathmandu Tour, after getting Tibet visa, drive from Kathmandu to Rongbuk Monastery (Everest base camp) to Lhasa, and flight from Lhasa to next destination

  • Bhutan Tour duration: 03-10 (Paro with Taktsang Monastery, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha/Gangtey, Trongsa, Bumthang Valley, etc.)
  • Nepal Tour duration: 04-10 (Tibet group visa apply, Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Nagarkot, Panauti, Pokhara, Chitwan National Park, Lumbini, helicopter or mountain flight to Everest etc.)
  • Tibet Tour duration: 07-10 days (Lhasa city tour, Yamdrok Lake, Tsedang, Gyantse, Shigatse, Rongbuk Monastery (Everest Base Camp), Shakya Monastery, Namtso Lake, Drak Yerpa with Ganden Monastery etc.)

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boudhanath-stupa

Photo Gallery with varieties

Best starting point for Tibet Bhutan Tour only

  1. Arrive in Mainland China (Chengdu/Beijing/Kunming/etc.), then fly to Tibet. After completing the Tibet tour, fly/drive to Kathmandu (Nepal) and take a flight to Bhutan the next day.
  2. Arrive in Kathmandu (Nepal), and take a flight to Bhutan the next day. After completing the Bhutan tour return to Kathmandu. Then, fly/drive to Lhasa (Tibet). Consider the following things before flying to Lhasa, Tibet.
    • If you already have a China visa, you will fly to Chengdu and then to Lhasa (Tibet) on the same/next day.
    • If you have no China visa, you must apply for a Tibet group visa at the China visa center in Kathmandu (it takes 4 days) and take a direct flight/drive to Lhasa (Tibet).
  3. Arrive in Bangkok or India, then take a direct flight to Bhutan. After that, fly to Kathmandu, and take a flight/drive to Lhasa (Tibet). Consider the following things before flying to Lhasa, Tibet.
    • If you already have a China visa, you will fly to Chengdu and then to Lhasa (Tibet) on the same/next day.
    • If you have no China visa, you must apply for a Tibet group visa at the China visa center in Kathmandu (it takes 4 days) and take a direct flight/drive to Lhasa (Tibet).

flight to lhasa tibet

We offer short tours for Chengdu, Beijing, Xining, and various mainland cities in China for those planning to reach Tibet via the Chinese mainland. It’s essential to bring your China visa from your home. We will provide you required Tibet travel permit to fly or take a train to Lhasa (Tibet) from any city in China where you land.

Available options to go to Tibet from Kathmandu (Nepal)

There are mainly 3 options to go to Tibet from Kathmandu (Nepal) and are as follows:

  1. You can take a direct 1.5-hour flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa (Tibet) for which you must get a Tibet Group Visa from Kathmandu. It takes 4 days to complete the Visa process.
  2. If you choose an overland tour, it requires at least 4 days of driving (daily 6-8 hours) from Kathmandu to Lhasa (Tibet). An overland tour is a great way to explore and visit Rongbuk Monastery (Everest Base Camp) with a great Mt. Everest view, Shigatse, Gyantse, Yamdrok Lake, etc. Collecting a Tibet Group visa from Kathmandu is essential.
  3. Firstly, fly to Chengdu/other Chinese mainland cities from your home city or your current destination. It is essential to bring a China visa from your country. Stay 1-night there and collect your Tibet Travel Permit. Next day, take a flight or train ride to Lhasa (Tibet) as your preference.

flight to kathmandu nepal

We offer short tours in Kathmandu and surrounding while applying your Tibet visa in China embassy of Kathmandu. We offer helicopter tours to Mt. Everest, world heritage sites in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan National Park etc.

List of recommended luxury hotels in each city

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Flight, Train & Driving Routes to Lhasa (Tibet)

Flight Routes to Lhasa (Tibet) from mainland China

  • Air China: 6 daily flight from Chengdu to Lhasa
  • Air China: 08:30 4h 30 Direct PEK 13:00 LXA (Daily from Beijing)
  • China Eastern: 08:20 KMG 2h 50 Direct 11:10 LXA (Daily from Kunming)
  • China Eastern: 08:35 TFU 2h 10 Direct 10:45 LXA (Daily from Chengdu)
  • China Southern: 8 daily flight from Chongqing to Lhasa
  • AirChina: Xian to Lhasa, Xining to Lhasa, Hongyuan to Lhasa
  • 3-6 flights per week (It is not started now) from Kathmandu to Lhasa or vice-versa.
  • For direct flight: Only one international destination is Kathmandu (Nepal) for Lhasa (Tibet) flight.

Train Routes to Lhasa (Tibet) from mainland China

  • Chengdu – Lhasa: 3070KM – 36 hours
  • Xining – Lhasa: 1956KM – 22 hours
  • Chongqing – Lhasa: 3030KM – 36 hours
  • Lanzhou – Lhasa: 2188KM – 24 hours
  • Xian – Lhasa: 2864KM – 33 hours
  • Beijing – Lhasa: 3757KM – 40 hours

Driving distance between major cities with elevation:

  • Lhasa (3650m) to Yamdrok Lake (4441m) = 114KM
  • Lhasa to Shigatse (3845m) via Karo La Pass (5045m) = 350KM
  • Shigatse to Rongbuk/EBC (5000m) via Gyatchu La pass (5,220m) = 320KM
  • Rongbuk to Gyirung (2700m) via Lalung La Pass (5,124m) and Tong La Pass (5,120m) = 350KM
  • Gyirung (Kyirong or Kerung) to Rasuwa Gadhi (1983m)(Tibet-Nepal Border) = 24KM
  • Rasuwa Gadhi to Kathmandu (1330m) = 152KM (approx. 6 hours)

Kathmandu to Tibet(Lhasa) flight from Kathmandu

Destination: KTM – LXA (Kathmandu to Lhasa, Tibet)
Effective Dates: 8th January – 25th March 2024
Days: Every Monday
Departure: 07:25 (KTM time)
Arrival: 11:00 (Tibet time)

Destination: LXA – KTM (Lhasa to Kathmandu, Nepal)
Effective Dates: 8th January – 25th March 2024
Days: Every Monday
Departure: 12:00 (Tibet time)
Arrival: 11:25 (Kathmandu time)

Foreigners are allowed to visit Tibet, and flights from Kathmandu (Nepal) to Lhasa (Tibet) or vice versa are currently available 1 flight per week. If not matched flight with your travel date, there are other tour options such as overland or driving tours.

  • One option is to start the tour in Lhasa (Tibet) and end in Kathmandu, with the possibility of continuing on to Bhutan.
  • Second option is to take an overland tour that begins and ends in Lhasa (Tibet)
  • Third Option is an overland tour that starts and ends in Kathmandu, with a visit to Lhasa (Tibet).
  • Forth option is to start the tour in Kathmandu and end in Tibet, with exiting via mainland China.

Notice on Exempting fingerprint (biometrics) collection for certain types of visa Application of China (Tibet Group Visa) from Kathmandu, Nepal:

Between August 11, 2023, and December 31, 2023, the Chinese embassy in Nepal will waive the requirement for eligible applicants seeking single or double-entry business (M), tourist (L), family visit (Q2), transit (G), Crew (C), foreigner of high talent or specialist (R) visas to provide fingerprints. For more details about Chinese Visa center of Kathmandu, click here

Visa fee for China

China has decided to trial a unilateral visa-free program, alongside the promotion of Summer Holiday & Autumn China or Tibet tour packages for 2024.

Travelers from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Singapore, and Malaysia can now enter China without a visa for up to 15 days. Starting March 14, 2024, Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Switzerland will also be included in this initiative. The policy is in effect until November 30, 2024.

For Chinese Mainland
(From December 11th, 2023 to December 31st, 2024)

Nationality Group Visa Fees (NPR)
Nepal 11,100
US 25,100
Canada 15,900
Serbia 10,000
Brazil 20,200
Israel 11,900
Argentina 12,700
Panama 14,800
Romania 16,000
Uruguay 13,300
Albania & Micronesia & BiH 9,800
Chile 7,800
Pakistan & Maldives
Other Countries 12,700

General Tour Inclusions

For Tibet:

  1. All necessary travel permits to Tibet
  2. Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots listed in the program
  3. English-speaking local Tibetan guide
  4. Private transportation in Tibet with experienced local Tibetan driver: Ranging from 4WD land cruiser / Van to minibus depending on the group size and trip route
  5. Accommodation/hotel as per your choice or we recommend you as per your budget-range
  6. Meals: breakfasts are included while staying in hotels
  7. Oxygen cylinder for the group (4L / 7L)
  8. Lodging and meals for guides and drivers
  9. First aid kit and complimentary bottled drinking water daily
  10. All government taxes

For Bhutan:

  1. USD 40 per person visa fees and visa arrangement
  2. Sustainable Development Fees (SDF) USD 100 per person per night
  3. Accommodation/hotel as per your choice or we recommend you as per your budget-range
  4. Breakfast in the hotels
  5. Lunch and dinner in tourist-standard restaurants outside the hotels
  6. English-speaking licensed guide
  7. Comfortable luxury transportation and sightseeing as per the itinerary based on group size
  8. Museums and park fees indicated in the itinerary
  9. Complimentary bottled drinking water daily
  10. Lodging and meals for guides and drivers

For Nepal:

  1. Accommodation/hotel as per your choice or we recommend you as per your budget-range
  2. Breakfast in the hotels
  3. English-speaking licensed guide
  4. Comfortable transportation and sightseeing as per the itinerary based on group size
  5. Monuments entrance fees indicated in the itinerary
  6. Complimentary bottled drinking water daily
  7. Lodging and meals for guides and drivers

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness, also known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a common condition that can occur when people ascend/climb to high elevations without giving proper rest to the body. Altitude sickness is common at the high-altitudes. But, travelers must know the symptoms and preventions of altitude sickness.

Symptoms of AMS include:

Headache, nausea, shortness of breath, fatigue, and confusion. In some cases, AMS can be severe, and even life-threatening.

Altitude Sickness Prevention:

  • Consult a doctor and get advice before visiting high-altitude areas
  • Immediately inform the guide or group members
  • Immediately descend
  • Acclimatize properly
  • Ascend slowly
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Eat foods that are rich in Carbohydrates, Vitamins, Iron, and Vitamin E
  • Urinate Frequently
  • Avoid salty foods, alcohol, and smoking
  • Seek medical attention if they experience any symptoms or consult an expert or guide

Tibet: As mentioned earlier, Tibet is on a high plateau and its elevation is higher compared to Nepal. It has an initial altitude at Lhasa of approx. 3650m from the sea level. So, we recommend you before visiting Tibet, get as fit and healthy as possible, both physically and mentally. It is advised that travelers having records of heart, lung, or other organ problems or anemia must consult their doctor before traveling to Tibet. If anyone planning to travel to Northern EBC, we advise you to spend at least 2-3 days in Lhasa city to acclimatize and adjust to the temperature. During the Tibet visit, we have the facility of oxygen cylinders for emergency and traveler’s safety.

Bhutan: Bhutan’s capital Thimphu is at an elevation of 2,320m. Altitude sickness is common above an elevation of 3,000m. During our Bhutan tours, we don’t go above an elevation of 3,000m except Tiger’s Nest Monastery (3,120m), and Dochu La Pass (3,100m). Most cities like Paro, Punakha, and Phobjikha are below an elevation of 2,500m, so getting altitude sickness is minimal. Also, mountain climbing is strictly prohibited in Bhutan. And our tour package only offers city tours in Bhutan. Our itinerary is designed properly including acclimatization adjustments. So, the excursion to Dochu La Pass is planned properly. We suggest hiking to Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Paro Taktsang) at the end of the tour as visitors would have adapted to the environment and it would be comfortable for them and hike at their own pace. Still, to prevent altitude sickness we recommend visitors stay hydrated, eat a balanced diet, ascend slowly, follow instructions strictly, and consult with a guide to clear doubts or confusion.

Recommended Private Tour instead of Group Joining Tour

There are several advantages of Private Tours over a Group Tour. A private tour offers a more personalized and flexible itinerary. You will have the great opportunity to explore the places of your interest as well as more comfort and more privacy. You will get accompanied by an expert & dedicated guide who will take care of all the logistics and an experienced driver who knows the remote region and its high-altitude destination very well, especially in Tibet.

FAQs (Frequently Ask Questions) – Nepal & Tibet

A: Your visa, passport, and permits are necessary to travel to both destinations. We take care of your visa and permit for Bhutan and Tibet.

If applying for a Tibet Group Visa from Kathmandu it takes around 4 days to process the visa at the Chinese embassy of Kathmandu. Each traveler’s biometric data is required, so they need to be physically present at the embassy in Kathmandu. A minimum of 4 persons is required to apply for a Tibet group visa. If you are coming through China mainland, you have to bring China visa from your home-country.

For Bhutan, we will apply for a group visa for you which you must have to enter the country as a part of the tour and provide you via email. It is paper visa.

A: China has decided to trial a unilateral visa-free program, alongside the promotion of Summer Holiday & Autumn China or Tibet tour packages for 2024.

Travelers from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Singapore, and Malaysia can now enter China without a visa for up to 15 days. Starting March 14, 2024, Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Switzerland will also be included in this initiative. The policy is in effect until November 30, 2024.

A: Yes, a Tibet travel permit is required to enter Tibet. We will provide the permit based on your itinerary and places of stay.

A: It is not difficult. We can send the Tibet Travel Permit to any city where you will be staying overnight, including airports if you have a same-day flight to Lhasa, Tibet.

A: Both Bhutan and Tibet have limited flights and Kathmandu (Nepal) is the best option. Besides mainland cities in China, Kathmandu (Nepal) is the only international destination for a direct Lhasa (Tibet) flight.

Bhutan too has limited flights to 5 international destinations (Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, and Singapore). Bhutan’s only two carriers are allowed to operate flights and there is no connecting flight to Bhutan. Thus, visitors must take flights to Bhutan from above mentioned 5 nations.

For the travel between Tibet and Bhutan, Kathmandu (Nepal) is the perfect connecting point. Visitors can first fly to Bhutan from Kathmandu Nepal and return to Kathmandu after completing Bhutan tour and take a flight or overland tour to Tibet. Visitors can also fly to Tibet first via China Mainland and then to Bhutan.

A: Both Tibet-Bhutan tours are expensive due to the high transportation costs in Tibet and government sustainability fees in Bhutan.

A: In Bhutan, the government requires visitors to stay in at least 3-star hotels. You can also upgrade to four or five-star hotels costing anywhere between USD 200 to 2500 per night per room.

In Lhasa and Shigatse, there are 5-star luxury hotels available. In Shegar/Tingri and Gyirong, accommodations are available up to locally 3-star standards. In Rongbuk, only guesthouses are available. The accommodation cost varies with the hotel’s standards.

A: The high altitude in Tibet can pose some challenges. It is recommended to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and take adequate rest. Oxygen cylinders are always available in the vehicles during the tour as a precautionary measure. So, there is no need to worry, but it is important to be mindful of the altitude.

A: Yes, it is possible to visit China mainland cities with a Tibet group visa.

A: A Tibetan guide will be provided for the tour.

A: Yes, it is possible to arrange a full meal plan in Tibet. If visitors wish, Lunch and Dinner can be served in an outside restaurant in cities as there is abundant availability of restaurants and food menus are reasonable.

We suggest going for a full meal plan in Bhutan as it is reasonable and suitable, and lunch and dinner serving outside is slightly expensive.

A: We will provide you with a private vehicle that fits your group size comfortably. Our vehicles are tuned up and regularly maintained for comfort and smoothness. Similarly, our experienced drivers are well knowledgeable about the routes you will take and their latest condition for your assurance.

A: Yes, it is possible to witness the sunrise at Everest Base Camp (EBC) from Rongbuk, even if you are staying in Shegar.

A: Yes, only one flight per week as of now (25th March 2024). But you have a option via Chengdu from/to Kathmandu for the Tibet tour.

A: It is best to exchange your currencies for local ones at the airport. The exchange rates might quite fluctuate quite a bit outside here. US dollars are the easiest and cheapest to exchange here. ATMs are available in the major cities and you’ll not have to go far to find one. You can ask your guide for the itinerary schedule and manage cash according to it. The rates might vary from banks but most will accept your international card anyway.

A: Yes, both Tibet and Bhutan are amongst the safest countries for travelers to be. Solo or female travelers have nothing to worry about while traveling as they are properly assigned to a group. There are enough help posts for your assistance and the people, in general, are much friendlier and helpful. As both these destinations are religious and traditional, you can feel welcomed and safe as long as you travel responsibly.

A: Payment or deposit can be made through bank transfer or by card or in cash. Please choose the option that is most convenient for you.

What makes Everest Vacation different?

  • Over a decade-long experience in planning and organizing tours in Asia.
  • We are a dedicated team of professionals always seeking more ways to improve the quality of our services.
  • We do update our itinerary regularly for the best traveling experiences that you can enjoy.
  • Our guides are mostly local with good knowledge of local dialect and culture.
  • Our tours are customizable and flexible perfect to fulfill your travel needs.
  • We provide the best value for money with our services.
  • With us, you have to worry no more about visas, permits, transport, and all the other necessities until the end of your vacation.
  • We are modern by practice but traditional by heart meaning ‘Athithi Devo Bhawa’ is still implemented for our clients.

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