Himalayan Delight

Kathmandu Durbar Square

On flight to view Mt. Everest

Mt. Everest

Punakha Dzong

Bhutanese Local Yathra Seller

Black-necked Crane


Tiger's Nest Monastery

A riveting 13 day tour of two of the most beautiful kingdoms in the Himalayas (Nepal & Bhutan) - a rich cultural natural beauty.

Savour the cultural nuances of the world’s oldest Hindu kingdom as you wing into Kathmandu, the old capital city of Nepal with its Pashupathinath temple, its legendary festivals, its casino and its reputation as a springboard of a slew of adventure activities and fabulous photo options.

Discover the delights of lovely Paro for heading to the land of the thunder dragon,  pristine Bhutan, with its stringent Eco-tourism policies and an adventure lover’s dream world - with trekking and camp-outs, snow views and mask dances, handicrafts and culinary novelties on offer.

Tour Highlights

  • Experience two great Himalayan Kingdoms
  • Fly and view Mt. Everest
  • Visit Bhutan's famous Tiger Nest Monastery
  • Explore wilderness in Phobjikha Valley
  • Drive across Dochula Pass at 10250ft above sea level
  • Welcomed by a local guide

Quick Specs

Duration : 13 Days

Price : Call +44 (0) 131 202 6438

Season : Sept-Nov/Feb-May

Level : Easy ( What's this?) Easy: Flights / Vehicle / First Class Train based touring or walking on flat or gently graded terrain for up to a 1 or 2 hours. Comfortable accommodations with private bath facilities.
Moderate: Longer days of more rigorous touring, perhaps very rough roads or longer, steeper walks, some travel by overnight or day trains. May include stay in simple hotels with basic facilities at some destinations in camps with good facilities.
Difficult: Strenuous horse or camel riding, walking in mountains or lowland jungle for more than five hours a day. May include extensive camping or stay in lodges with basic facilities.

Itinerary Brief

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To call our Indian sub-continent travel specialist on +44 (0) 131 202 6438

We will be happy to go though the tour costs / to what this tour includes, excludes and how we can customise it to your taste.

Add-on Options

Suggested Adaptations to this tour:

*From Nepal - Two nights in Pokhra and two nights Chitwan NP.

*Tibet - 5 days Fly in Fly out or 8 Days Fly in and drive back to Nepal in 4WD. Flight operates Tue and Sat to Lhasa.

*From Bhutan - Come during (Tshechu) festival time to Bhutan, stay longer visit Bhumtang or do the off-the- beaten path of East Bhutan and exit from Assam (India).

How it Works: 

We can customise our tour programmes to make the journey to suit you, as our tours in this e-brochure are based on a minimum of 2 persons travelling together by air, train and chauffeur driven car. Throughout your tour experienced representatives and knowledgeable local guides, where appropriate, will assist you.


* Flight to Paro (Bhutan) operates thrice a week.

The Hotels covered in this Itinerary are:
The Imperial / Taj Mahal Hotel
Radisson Hotel
Druk Hotel
Hotel Zangtho Pelri
Chhundu Guest House
Olathang hotel


From the time The Imperial opened its doors in the 1930s, when India was beginning to write the last chapters of its saga on independence, there was little space in New Delhi for an Indo- British rubbing of shoulders. The Imperial provided such a space. Pandit Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Lord Mountbatten would meet at The Imperial to discuss the partition of India and creation of Pakistan.The Nehru family had a permanent suite here.

The Imperial is a fine confluence of a rich historical past and contemporary international appeal. After many restorations, it has managed to preserve its charm, and exudes it’s former glory. The original Frasers and Daniells paintings and the tavern named after them, the symbolically baptized “1911” restaurant and bar, the Royal ballroom were the places where have met and are still as popular today. The Hotel is a jewel of architecture and its location in the heart of the city makes it the ideal venue for tourists around the world.


One of the most distinguished addresses in the national capital, The Taj Mahal Hotel is located in the exclusive residential area of Lutyens’ Delhi, close to the seat of government. Reflecting the heritage of Mughal Delhi, this hotel offers graceful architecture with modern facilities.

The warm, pristine white lobby of The Taj includes design details reminiscent of Mughal architecture such as intricate motifs, golden inlay work, and niches from ‘Shahjahanabad’, the erstwhile mogul capital. The hotel is a veritable showcase of artifacts with the intricate design work of the lobby’s domes and panels perfectly complimenting the calm marble fountain streams.


Radisson Hotel Delhi is a five star business hotel in the New Delhi National Capital Region (NCR), located less than 5km from the International Airport and near the business hub of Gurgaon. This business hotel near Indira Gandhi Airport has a large inventory of rooms, all designed with the business guest in mind. Our New Delhi hotel offers all the services needed for an ideal trip.


Experience the unique and legendary hospitality of the Bhutanese people at, "The Druk. The Druk Group of Hotels, part of the "Tashi Group of Companies" offers you the warm hospitality of Bhutan in all its finesse and warmth. In a land rich in its heritage, culture and its warm hospitable people. The Druk brings to you hotels that define quality in its true meaning. Located in the heart of the capital city of Thimphu, this truly wonderful hotel offers you the most impeccable amenities and quality service that is unique for a memorable stay. Close by, guests will find much to see and do, including shopping centers, heritage museum, handicraft emporiums, the bubbling Thimphu River dwarfed by the young verdant and lush himalayan mountain range. Welcome, stay with us in this Himalayan getaway and get home much rewarded.


Named after the heaven of Guru Rimpoche and situated majestically on a hillock, the hotel features spacious, well designed rooms in small cabins as well as in main building. A charming place to stay, the guests enjoy fascinating view of the rice terraces, Punakha river and constantly changing Himalayan valley weather.

The hotel offers 45 comfortable rooms with attached bath, running hot & cold water. The other available facilities are : restaurant serving Indian, Chinese, Bhutanese and continental cuisine, bar with the selection of international and local beverages, IDD telephone, Laundry, Money exchange,TV, Swimming Pool.


The hotel is beautifully located amidst blue pine forests and lush greenery exuding an ambience of peace and tranquility, enthralling visitors with its close intimacy with nature.

The architectural design and structure of its facilities presents a purely Bhutanese touch and feel to it, at the same time maintaining modern amenities, ensuring guests a warm and comfortable stay.

With its well-trained and highly professional team, guests are rendered services with the unmistakable and unique charm of Bhutanese hospitality.


Day 1 - Fly
Day 2 - Arrive Delhi
Day 3 - Delhi/Kathmandu
Day 4 - Kathmandu
Day 5 - Kathmandu/Paro/Thimphu
Day 6 - Thimpu
Day 7 - Thimpu
Day 8 - Thimphu/Punakha
Day 9 - Punakha/Phobjikha valley
Day 10 - Phobjikha Valley
Day 11 - Phobjikha Valley/Paro
Day 12 - Paro
Day 13 - Paro/Delhi/Departure

Maps to follow soon