India, Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet Tour

USD 5,555
  • Activities
    India, bhutan, Nepal and Tibet Tour
  • Max Elevation
    Lhasa (3,650m/11,972ft)
  • Trip Duration
    16 Days
  • Trip Grade
  • Lodging
  • Meals
    BB Plan
  • Transportation
    Private Vehicle + Flight
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Spring, Summer, Autumn
  • Per Day Walk
    Drive + Flight + Hike

India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet Tour in Nutshell

  • Explore the iconic landmarks of India like the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Taj Mahal
  • Experience the vibrant culture and busy streets of Jaipur (India), often known as the Pink City.
  • Explore the Potala Palace, Norbulingka Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Bazaar, and other Tibetan heritages in the ancient Lhasa city
  • Holy pilgrimage sites like Sera Monastery and Drepung Monastery in Lhasa allow you to soak in the spiritual significance of Tibetan Buddhism
  • Immerse in the natural beauty of Tibet, like snowy mountains, plateaus, and untouched Namtso Lake
  • A glimpse into the unique culture and tradition of Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon
  • Immerse in the typical Buddhist culture of the Bhutanese by visiting historical temples and monasteries, including Punakha Dzong, Simtokha Dzong
  • Explore ancient landmarks like Tashichho Dzong, National Memorial Chorten, and museums in Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan
  • Trek to the holiest Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest monastery) perched on the cliffside in Paro Valley in Bhutan.
  • Visit and explore the historical and cultural sites of the Kathmandu Valley. Tour the UNESCO World Heritage Sites with ancient temples, stupas and Durbars
  • Visit Chitwan National Park and experience the jungle safari and elephant ride
  • Visit serene Pokhara, a lake city with panoramic views of the majestic Himalayas

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Trip Introduction :

India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet tour is a rejuvenating adventure that surpasses through the major attractions of four different countries in a single endeavor. This epic journey offers you a lifetime memory with diverse cultural experiences and encounters with astounding natural wonders.

During this scenic tour, you can soak in the cultural, architectural, and natural richness of the diverse nations and meet people with authentic kindness and hospitality. A trip to India, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan introduces you to Eastern mysticism packed with incredible UNESCO World Heritage Sites, holy pilgrimage sites of Hindu and Buddhist, historical palaces, and untouched natural beauty. These countries are idle destinations for adventure holidays and cultural tours. So, be ready to embark on a remarkable journey of exploring these four eastern destinations together in one go.

Our 16-day exotic multi-country tour packages will introduce you to four naturally, historically, and culturally rich countries of South Asia- India, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. Our journey begins in India with three prime tourist hubs: Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. In these cities, you can visit a symphony of cultural and architectural heritages, incredible royal palaces, and more. From Delhi, we fly to Paro in Bhutan. After exploring Bhutan, we fly to the land of Himalayas, Nepal, and visit Chitwan National Park and Pokhara. Next, we explore historical and cultural heritages in Lhasa (Tibet) and return to Kathmandu. Our 16-day tour of India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet culminates in Kathmandu with an excursion of the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

  • Day 01: Arrival in Delhi (India) and Drive to Agra

    Delhi Elevation: 216 meters/709 feet

    As soon as you arrive at the international airport in Delhi, our multi-country tour begins. We will greet you and pick you up at the airport terminal for the journey to Agra. The distance from Delhi to Agra is approximately 230 kilometers. Riding in a smooth and comfortable private vehicle, you can enjoy the picturesque scenery along the way. If you wish, we can stop at landmarks like Qutub Minar, one of the world’s tallest brick minarets, and Sikandra, the tomb of emperor Akbar, en route.

    A 3 – 4 hour scenic city drive from Delhi will take you to Agra. During this fascinating drive, you will have interesting insights into the diverse landscapes and historical and cultural importance of the places, which enrich your tour experience.

  • Day 02: Sightseeing in Agra: Taj Mahal, Jama Masjid, and Others and Drive Back to Delhi

    Agra Elevation: 171 meters/561 feet

    Agra houses an iconic landmark, the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world. We will see this morning’s sunrise at the world-famous Taj Mahal. This historic mausoleum was built by the fifth Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, for his best-loved wife Mumtaz Mahal. After exploring this spectacular architecture, we head to Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India. After sightseeing this imperial mosque of Mughal emperors, you will tour the ghost city, Fatehpur Sikri, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once thriving Mughal capital is now abandoned, and remaints of the rich architectural and cultural heritage of the Mughal era.

    Next, we visit the Agra Fort (military fort) and many other notable attractions. You will be provided with informative facts about each site visited. You can leisurely explore the architectural heritage of the place, take photographs, and immerse yourself in the magnificence of this ancient city. Time permitting, we will tour the local markets in Agra and arrange a traditional Mughlai meal.

    Once the sightseeing tour in Agra ends, we will comfortably transport you back in a private vehicle to Delhi. In Delhi, you will spend the night at a standard hotel with a delicious dinner. But before that, you can have a joyful evening walk around the city streets and markets to go shopping or buy souvenirs. Enjoy your final day in India and sleep well for your next day’s early morning flight to Bhutan.

  • Day 03: Fly From Delhi to Paro (Bhutan): Sightseeing in Paro

    Paro Elevation: 2,250 meters/7,382 feet

    Delhi to Paro Flight Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes

    Today, we will fly from Delhi (India) to Paro, a small valley town in Bhutan. After arriving at the only international airport of Bhutan in Paro, we transfer you to the hotel. At the hotel, you can rest, eat, and be ready to head out to sightsee Paro City.

    Paro, a historic town, has several sacred sites to visit. We will start by visiting Rinpung Dzong, a fortress built in the 17th century with intricate architecture. Ringpung Dzong is located in the suburb of Paro City, atop the hill overlooking the Paro Valley. This fortress monastery is said to protect the Paro Valley, which also offers awe-inspiring scenery and serenity.

    Kyichu Lhakhang (Kyerchu Temple) is one of the oldest sacred temples in Bhutan. It is located in a peaceful ambiance encircled by hills, fields, and varieties of flowers. The rich history and religious importance of the Kyichu Lhakhand are evident in its historical relics, intricate paintings, Buddhist scriptures, and Sakyamuni, a statue of an 8-year-old Buddha.

    In the afternoon, we will visit the Paro National Museum, which is inside a historic watchtower, Ta Dzong. While exploring this museum, you can gain deep knowledge of Bhutanese history, art, culture, and architecture. The museum also exhibits the distinctive traditional costumes, ancient weapons, and religious antiques of the rich kingdom of Bhutan. Next, we drive to visit Drukgyel Dzong on the outskirts of Paro. From this ruined fortress, you can enjoy the spectacular views of the mountains and village spreading at its feet.

    In the evening, you can enjoy a slow and relaxed walk around the bustling streets and local markets of Paro. You can interact with charming Bhutanese people, sample local delicacies, and take in the captivating ambiance of the town.

  • Day 04: Hike to Taktsang Monastery and Drive From Paro to Thimphu

    Thimpu Elevation: 2,320 meters/7,610 feet

    Taktsang Monastery Elevation: 3120 meters/ 10200 feet

    Paro to Thimpu distance: 54 kilometers

    Drive Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours

    Hike Duration to Taktsang Monastery:2-3 hours

    Early in the morning, we will embark on a popular and rewarding trek of Taktsang Monastery, which is one of the most iconic and holiest landmarks in Bhutan. Tatksang Monstery is also popularly known as the Tiger’s Nest. It is believed that Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche) came here riding on the back of a tigress and meditated in the caves for several months.

    We will take a short drive from Paro to the starting point of the hike. From there, we will follow the winding trails to Tatksang Monstery, which passes through the forests of pine and rhododendrons. There are teahouses on the way where you can stop for rest and scenic views. You can see several small shrines and prayer flags fluttering by the cool mountainside breeze while ascending to the monastery.

    A 2-3 hour uphill hike, covering around 4.5 kilometers, will take you to Taktsang Monastery, which rewards you with mesmerizing views of the Paro Valley below. The Monastery is complexly situated and perched at the cliffside with a great spiritual atmosphere. After exploring this magnificent monastery, we will drive from Paro to Thimphu. The distance between these two places is around 55 kilometers, and it takes about 1-2 hours to cover this length via a road.

  • Day 05: Sightseeing in Thimphu and Drive to Punakha

    Punakha Elevation: 1,250 meters/4,100 feet

    Thimphu to Punakha Distance: 76 kilometers

    Drive Duration: 2-3 hours

    Today, we will sightsee Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan. We will visit some of the notable landmarks of Bhutan like Tashichho Dzong, National Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma Statue, Folk Heritage Museum and more. You can see the throne room of the Bhutanese king in Tashichho Dzong and marvel at the sweeping views of the city from the significant height of Buddha Shakyamuni, a massive bronze statue atop a hill. Next, you will explore the National Memorial Chorten built in memory of Bhutan’s third king, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Afterward, you will gain insights into the traditional way of life of the Bhutanese people at the Folk Heritage Museum. Besides, we will tour the National Library, Hand-made Paper Factory, and the School of Arts and Crafts

    After completing the sightseeing in Thimphu, we will drive to Punakha. The roadway journey from Thimphu to Punakha will take you around 2.5 to 3 hours. During the journey, you will pass by diverse mountainside landscapes and cross the Dochula Pass, from where you can see expansive views of the mountains. Once you reach Punakha, you will reside in a comfortable hotel.

  • Day 06: Punakha to Paro

    Punakha to Paro Distance: 130 kilometers

    Drive duration: 4 hours

    Today, after having a hearty breakfast in the morning, we will explore the key attractions of Punakha and drive to Paro for an international flight to Kathmandu, Nepal.

    In Punakha, we will explore Punakha Dzong, a fortress-monastery, and Chimi Lhakhang, a fertility temple where couples seek blessings for fertility and children. Then, we will set out for a picturesque drive to Paro.

    During the Punakha to Paro drive, you can witness the scenic landscapes of the Bhutanese countryside. You will pass through the lush valleys and traditional villages with terraced fields along the winding roads. Before descending down to the Paro Valley, you will traverse the Wangdue Phodrang town en route.

  • Day 07: Fly to Kathmandu and Fly to Bharatpur Airport, Drive to Chitwan National Park

    Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters/4,594 feet

    Paro to Kathmandu Flight Duration: 1 hour

    Kathmandu to Bharatpur Flight Duration: 25 minutes

    Drive Duration: 30 minutes

    Today, bid farewell to the land of Thunder Dragon and proceed to the onward journey to Nepal.

    After departing from Paro International Airport, you will arrive at Nepal, the land of the Himalayas. Next, you will fly from Kathmandu to Bharatpur airport in order to reach Chitwan.

    From the Bharatpur airport, we will transfer you restfully to Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Check in to your accommodation, rest, eat, and sleep, and prepare for the next day of your adventurous journey.

  • Day 08: Explore the Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park is one of the well-protected wildlife sanctuaries in Nepal. It is the habitat of numerous wild species like the Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, sloth bears, gaur, etc, and birds like ted barbet, red-breasted parakeet, Asian openbill, grey-headed fish eagle, red-vented bulbul, black drongo, and many more.

    You can explore the Chitwan National Park by riding in a jeep (jungle safari) or opt for elephant rides. Likewise, you can go on bird-watching and canoeing trips. Also, you can have cultural experiences and exchange with the local Tharu people.

  • Day 09: Drive to Pokhara From Chitwan

    Pokhara Elevation: 823 meters/2,700 feet

    Chitwan to Pokhara Duration: 150 kilometers

    Drive Duration: 5-6 hours

    Today, we will drive from Chitwan to the bustling tourist destination, Pokhara. We will follow the most common roadway from Chitwan to Pokhara through the Prithivi highway. We leave Chitwan and drive through several towns, including Bharatpur, Muglin, and Damauli, and finally reach Pokhara. Pokhara is a picturesque lake city amidst the foothills of the majestic Himalayas.

    After arriving in Pokhara, you will boat at the Phewa Lake and visit the Talbarahi temple (holy Hindu temple) in the middle of this lake. Then, you will have a brief tour of David’s fall and Mahadev Cave. Next, we will embark on a leisurely hike to Buddha Shanti Stupa, where you can enjoy the expansive panorama of Pokhara city.

  • Day 10: Catch the Morning Sunrise From Sarangkot Hill and Fly to Kathmandu

    Pokhara to Kathmandu Flight Duration: 25 – 30 minutes

    Today, we will wake up before the break of the day and drive to Sarangkot Hill to catch the magnificent sunrise view. From Sarangkot, you can see the magnificent sun rays radiating the pristine white snow-capped Himalayas with golden hues.

    Next, we fly back to Kathmandu from Pokhara. 25 to 30 minutes of scenic flight will reward you with stunning aerial views of the snow-capped Himalayas, rolling hills, and lush valleys. After you land at the Kathmandu airport, we will transfer you to the hotel. At the hotel, you can refresh, rest, and be ready for the flight to Lhasa (Tibet) the next day.

  • Day 11: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa

    Lhasa Elevation: 3,656 meters/11,995 feet

    Kathmandu to Lhasa Flight Duration: 1.5 – 2 hours

    Around 2 hours of flight from Kathmandu will land you at the international airport in Lhasa (Lhasa Gonggar Airport). Lhasa is the capital of Tibet, an autonomous region in China. Located in the southernmost part of Tibetan Pleatue, Lhasa is a historically, culturally, and religiously rich city with incredible Tibetan-Buddhist heritages.

    Lhasa is at an altitude of around 3,656 meters/11,995 feet. After your landing at the airport, a Tibetan guide will escort you to the hotel, where you can rest and acclimatize to the high-altitude level of Lhasa. Enjoy the mouthwatering taste of lunch and dinner in the hotel. Plus, you can also sample the unique traditional Tibetan tea.

  • Day 12: Sightseeing in Lhasa: Potala Palace, Norbulingka Palace, and Tibet Traditional Hospital

    Sightseeing Duration: 5-6 hours

    Lhasa offers various sightseeing opportunities. Potala Palace is one of the key attractions in Tibet. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is atop the Marpo Ri (Red Hill). This architectural heritage is a symbol of Tibetan Buddhism and was the winter residence of the Dalai Lamas for several centuries.

    Norbulingla Palace is another UNESCO Site, which was the summer residence of the Dalai Lamas. It is also known as Jewel Park, with beautiful gardens, colorful murals and palaces.

    Tibet Traditional Hospital is the center place for preserving and promoting traditional Tibetan medicines. During this guided tour with Tibetan doctors, you can learn about Tibetan medical practices, herbal remedies, and healing methods.

  • Day 13: Sightseeing in Lhasa: Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor Bazaar

    Sightseeing Duration: 5-6 hours

    Today, we will tour a few more fascinating sites in Lhasa. Sera Monastery is one of the three great Gelung University monasteries of Tibet. It has unique murals, holy relics, and a debating courtyard (monks do philosophical debates in Buddhist scriptures). Drepung is the center of Buddhist learning and spiritual practices, where you can also see intricate artworks, assembly halls, religious relics, and more. Jokhang Temple is a combination of Tibetan, Nepalese, and Indian architectural styles. It hosts the sacred Jowo Shakyamuni statue of Lord Buddha at 12.

    Barkhor Bazaar is a vibrant marketplace with lined shops alongside narrow alleys. There, you can find sellers of Tibetan handicrafts, clothing, religious art, and souvenirs. You can observe the daily life of people, sample Tibetan cuisine, and immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Barkhor Bazaar.

  • Day 14: A Day Excursion to Ganden Monastery and Drayerpa Cave

    Excursion Duration: 5-6 hours

    Ganden Monastery and Drayerpa Cave are two important religious and cultural sites in Lhasa. Today, we will pay a visit to these significant places during our full day of excursion.

    Like Sera and Drepung, Ganden is one of the three great Gelung University monasteries of Tibet. The monastery is perched on the Wangbur Mountain at over 4,000 meters altitude. You can marvel at the fascinating views of valleys and mountains from this height. You can see the monks chanting, praying, meditating, and conducting daily rituals in the monastery

    Drayerpa Cave (Drak Yerpa) is a sacred place for Tibetan Buddhist practitioners to meditate. The cave is located secludedly on the rugged limestone cliff, offering peace. The cave incorporates ancient statues, murals, and holy relics. You will hike the scenic trails to Drayerpa Cave to explore several meditation chambers and rich spiritual heritages.

    Once the day tour ends, you will reside in a comfortable hotel in Lhasa and prepare to fly to Kathmandu the next day.

  • Day 15: Fly From Lhasa to Kathmandu: Sightseeing in the City

    You will be transferred to the airport in Lhasa for the flight back to Kathmandu. After you arrive in Kathmandu, our tour guide, awaiting you outside the arrival area, will transfer you to the hotel. After you checkin your hotel, take some time to rest and have lunch before setting out to sightsee the city.

    On this day, we will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of this historic city. We will start by visiting the Durbar Squares (Royal Palaces). Kathmandu Durbar Square, also known as Basantapur Durbar or Hanumandhoka, was the royal residence until the 19th century. In this ancient palace, important ceremonies used to be held by the Malla Kings or Shah Dynasties. After exploring the incredible architecture and exquisite decorations of this Royal Palace, we will continue to visit Swyambhunath, a monkey temple.

    The Swayambhunath Stupa is one of the oldest and holiest Buddhist stupas. It is situated at the top of a hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley. This stupa has a white dome and golden spire and is adorned with the eyes of the Buddha and colorful prayer flags. From Swyambhunath, you can marvel at the incredible views of the entire city and distant Himalayas.

    Next, we visit the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, which highlights the spectacular cultural heritages and exquisite newari architecture of ancient Nepal. Nyatapola Temple, 55 Windows Palace, Vatsala Temple, Bhairav Nath Temple, Golden Gate, etc, are some major attractions of the Bhaktapur Durbar Square.

    Another site on our list is the Pashupatinath, the most sacred ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated at the banks of the Bagmati River, where the cremation rituals are held. Afterward, we will head towards the Bouddhanath stupa, which is one of the largest stupas in South Asia. It is the center of Tibetan Buddhist culture with unique arts and handicrafts.

    Lastly, we will visit Patan Durbar Square, which is packed with numerous temples, courtyards, and statues of the medieval period. Here, you can explore some of the architectural heritage, such as the Golden Temple (the oldest Buddhist temple dating back to the 12th century with golden roofs and intricate wood carvings), the Krishna Mandir (Newari architecture dedicated to Lord Krishna), pagoda-style Taleju Bhawani temple, and more.

    After completing the Kathmandu Valley excursion, you can have a well-rested time at your hotel.

  • Day 16: Final Departure Homewards

    Today is the final day of your multicountry tour of India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. With the cherished memory of your amazing time in these wonderful countries, it is time to conclude the tour and get back home safely.

    As this pleasant and legendary tour comes to an end, our airport representative member will pick you up from the hotel after you have your final breakfast in Nepal. Then, he/she will transfer you to Tribhuwan International Airport for your international departure. He/she will drop you off at the airport on time, depending on your flight schedule.

    I want to thank you for embarking on this wonderful journey with us. We hope that you had an unforgettable time exploring the diverse cultures and landscapes of the countries that you have visited. We hope to see you again on your next adventure. Bid farewell to Nepal and board the flight homeward.

What's included?
  • Airport to Hotel Pick up(s) and Drop(s) by Private Vehicle
  • All required ground transportation by private vehicles in India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet.
  • Standard Hotel accommodation in India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet.
  • All meals include during Bhutan stay
  • Guided sightseeing tour in India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet.
  • BB Plan during India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet.
  • Flight from India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet.
  • Flight From India (Delhi) to Bhutan (Paro),
  • Flight From Bhutan (Paro) to Nepal (Kathmandu)
  • Flight From Nepal (Kathmandu) to Tibet (Lhasa)
  • All Sightseeing entrance fees in India, Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet.
  • Visa Fees for India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. entry
  • Welcome and Farewell dinners
  • All applicable taxes, VAT and service charges
What's not included?
  • All personal expenses
  • Other services not mentioned in the ‘What Is Included’ section
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips for guides and drivers

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Tour Grade: The entire tour can be categorised as a moderate one. Most of our tour is vehicle-based. Besides that, we will have light walking and day hiking in some of the places. 

Best Season: We will be travelling across 3 countries- Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet- with slightly different climatic conditions. Spring and Autumn are the best seasons to travel to these countries. The days are pleasant and the skies remain clear. While Bhutan and Nepal receive the most amount of rainfall and thunderstorms during monsoon season (June, July, August), Tibet remains dry and receives little precipitation. A winter journey will make us face the extreme cold and freezing temperatures in Tibet and Bhutan. But the upside of travelling during monsoon and winter is fewer crowds and off-season discounts. 

Our Activities:

  • Cultural Sightseeing Tour
  • Easy/ Moderate Walking
  • Hiking
  • Boating
  • Jungle Safari

Accommodations: Hotels and resorts designed to your budget specifications.

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Nepal, Bhutan, India, and Tibet Tour is the best option to observe the most beautiful Himalayan countries of South Asia. Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition won’t leave any stone unturned to make this tour the most successful one. We guarantee you the world-class service. If you have a hidden desire to go for this tour and still have many dilemmas, just relax and send us your booking inquiries without hesitation. You would never have to repent in future.

Where is India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet?


  • India is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world.


  • Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia sharing its borders with China in the north and India on three other sides.


    • Bhutan is a small, landlocked country located in the eastern Himalayas between China and India.
    • Bhutan is a principally Buddhist country and it is recognized as the last stronghold of Mahayana Buddhism.
    • Its landscape ranges from Subtropical plains and forests in the south to subalpine forests and the snowy Himalayas in the North.


    • Tibetlocated in the western part of mainland China, is the world’s highest plateau.


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    Prakash Devkota

    Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

    Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

    His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

    Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

    GLIMPSES OF   India, Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet Tour

    Picture during Lhasa Sightseeing
    Buddhist Festival at Tsapar
    Jokhang Temple Lhasa
    Culture Glimpse
    Barshong Chomolhari Base Camp Trek
    A Black Bear | Chitwan National Park
    Alligator at Chitwan National Park
    Pashupati Nath Temple | Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing

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