In the past few years, the value of the travel industry has skyrocketed. People have started exploring the world. Now that every corner of the world is accessible, thanks to the travel industry. Anyone can travel and explore any country in the world. You can think about it and go to any country. Also, multi-country tours are rising as a popular trip for many reasons.
Admittedly, South-Asian countries are quite popular for multi-country tours, especially Nepal and Bhutan. And in this blog, we will be shedding light on Nepal and Bhutan Tour so as to explain and explore the tour, providing you comprehensive details of the trip.
Nepal and Bhutan are two South-Asian Himalayan countries famous for their distinct and diverse grandiosity. Nepal and Bhutan are two countries tucked into the Himalayas, Nepal known as "The trekker's paradise" and Bhutan, the "Land of the Thunder Dragon." And these two countries, in combination, stand as among the best multi-country tours.
This trip encompasses around 10 days to explore Nepal and Bhutan- Our JEWELS OF BHUTAN AND NEPAL trip is a 9-day trip that takes you on a wonderful journey of discovery. Discover the exquisiteness and experience unique mountain cultures secured with a feeling that people are ever-smiling to welcome you.
Nepal and Bhutan Tour lets you dwell in the magical aura of Nepal and Bhutan, immerse in the cultural diversity and enchanting Buddhism. The timeless Buddhist culture, dramatic landscape, vibrant spiritual traditions, constant backdrop of some of the highest mountains in the world, magic mantras, and monasteries are some of the highlights of this trip.
One of the reasons behind the popularity of this trip is the Himalayas- the backdrop of the Himalayas. People love the glimpse of the Himalayas. You will find every opportunity to contemplate the beauty of these two countries at the ease of walking and relishing your time. This trip is graded easy (meaning you will not have to walk on rugged trails for hours, and it requires minimal physical exertion.) Thus this trip can be opted by anyone (of any age.) Unlike many treks or trips, Nepal and Bhutan Tour is ideal for anyone who wishes to explore and enjoy the elegance of two of the most beautiful countries.
Since the 7th century, Buddhism in Bhutan has not changed much. Bon religious were in practice until the 6th century. That said, Buddhism is predominantly followed in Bhutan, with more than 75% of the population following Buddhism as their religion and culture. The culture in Bhutan is permeated by Buddhist philosophy.
Everything in Bhutan, from fantastic festivals to fluttering prayer flags to daily lifestyle, promulgate Buddhism. The monastery, Chorten, and the sacred painting reflect Buddhism practiced for a long time. This tour is an opportunity to indulge in Buddhist culture and lifestyle.
Enjoy a Himalayan panorama of the world's highest peaks while flying into these countries. Nepal and Bhutan tour rewards you with awe-inspiring backdrops of the majestic mountains. Relish an opportunity of walking with sights of the gigantic Himalayas. This is definitely a sheer pleasure for many travelers as it provokes a storm of excitement, adding obsession to travel again. For photography lovers, there will be heaps of photography opportunities.
Kathmandu has a lot to offer you. Kathmandu valley boasts of 7 UNESCO world heritage sites. Every nook and cranny of the city gleams with historical temples and stupas. The true essence of visiting in Nepal is incomplete without visiting the UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley.
You will witness the religious fervor of the devotees and mysticism at two of the most important sacred sites in Nepal - Boudhanath and Pashupatinath Temple. Stroll down the cobbled streets of a medieval palace square filled with ancient temples and pagoda-roofed palaces. Your visit to UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu will be a blissful day.
Tiger's Nest Monastery, also called Paro Taktsang, is a sacred site in Bhutan perched on a cliffside. A trip to Bhutan encompasses a visit to Tiger's Nest Monastery. Taktsang Monastery is one of the most important and incredible pilgrimage sites for Buddhists in Bhutan. "The Second Buddha" is said to have meditated here. This monastery houses four temples and residential shelters. The dramatic landscape and the location of this monastery demand hiking for a few hours. If you want to skip hours of hiking, you can always hire a horse.
Bhutan is the only country with the Gross National Happiness (GHN) Index. It is a holistic approach and development paradigm to measure the wellbeing of Bhutanese people. GHN index has nine domains: Psychological well being, Health, Education, Time use, Cultural diversity and resilience, Good governance, Community vitality, Ecological diversity and resilience, and Living standards. The paramount objective of GHN is to achieve happiness. The GHN index guides the policy of the Government of Bhutan that implies a legal code stating if the government cannot provide happiness to the people, the government does not exist.
The best time to travel to Nepal and Bhutan are Spring (March-May), Autumn (September-November), and early Winter (December). During these months, the daytime temperatures are favorable, and the weather remains balmy. The clear sky offers stunning views of the Himalayas, and the sheer pleasure of walking/hiking in pleasant weather is unbeatable.