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India Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

Located adjacent to each other at the foot of the lofty Himalaya, India, Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan are the four popular destinations alluring groups of tourists owing to their unique highlights.

Taking an India Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is rewarding and worthwhile even it may take as long as at least two weeks. Your epic tour starts from India, one of the oldest civilizations in the world, where Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and more delicate historic architectures tells the ancient glory and profound culture of this Buddhist country.

Then explore the ancient Kathmandu and holy Lhasa to understand the charm and difference of the Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism. When time permits, you can also visit the imposing Mount Everest, sacred Namtso Lake in Tibet, boat at Phawa Lake etc., to appreciate the unparalleled natural scenery of the Himalaya ranges. And the final leg of your journey will be the Bhutan Kingdom, the last Shangri-La with pristine environment and pastoral scenery, where you will feel the pure happiness and joy.

As the leading Tibet tour operator with local offices in Lhasa and Kathmandu, we can offer you one-stop service for your India Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour. From flight or train booking, travel permits application, hotel arrangement, local guide and driver etc., all we care is what you care. Join us now to gift yourself a lifetime trip!

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Frequently Asked Questions about India Nepal Tibet Bhutan Tour

What travel documents are needed for India Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour?

Travel to India, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan does require a good number of different documents, for entry into the different destinations. For India, you will need to have a valid entry Visa, which can be obtained prior to travel, or on arrival or online as an e-visa.

For Nepal, the visa can be applied for on your arrival. For Tibet and Bhutan, it is a little different. Both require you to be on pre-arranged tours, and have requirements for travel permits within the destinations.

For Tibet, you need to apply for a Chinese Entry Visa, which will allow the travel agency to apply for the Tibet Travel Permit, which is required for entry to Tibet. Other permits will need to be applied for, depending on where in Tibet you are traveling.

The Visa for Bhutan is obtained by the travel agency once you have booked a tour. You will get a letter of approval from the Tourism Council of Bhutan, which is used to book and board your flight and your visa will be stamped into your passport once you arrive in Paro. Travel permits for your itinerary will also be issued on your arrival.

When is the best time to visit India, Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan?

If you are traveling to the four destinations together, then knowing when the best time to visit all four in one go is a very important factor. You do not want to find yourself in a location with bad weather because you prioritized the other three.

For These four destinations, which all lie in the shadows of the Himalayas, the spring and autumn seasons are the best options for combining all four in one trip. Spring, generally from around March to the end of May, is the first dry and warmer period of the year when you can visit all four destinations. The monsoon countries have very little rain, and the skies are generally clear and bright. The same can be said for autumn, which normally runs from around September to the end of November, though this varies from place to place.

Summer is monsoon season across Asia, and the winter months, especially in January and February, are generally too cold for Tibet, Bhutan, and parts of Nepal.

Where to start the journey of the India Nepal Bhutan Tibet tour?

Where you star the trip is really up to you, and you can start in Tibet or India, based on your preference or travel itinerary. If you start in Tibet, it is easy to travel across the plateau to Nepal, so that you can stop there before traveling on to Bhutan, and then back to either Nepal or India. And generally, the best route to take if you are starting from India is the reverse, heading first to Bhutan and then on to Nepal and over the border to finish in Tibet.

The reason for this is that you can only get the flights to Bhutan from Kathmandu in Nepal and certain cities in India, though not all cities have direct flights to Bhutan. And if you are not traveling in the area of one of the cities with direct flights to Bhutan from India, then you will need to travel through Kathmandu both ways for your Bhutan flights.

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