Jewels of Bhutan and Nepal - 9 days

Activities:Culture and City Tours




  • Group Size: 1-14 people
  • Min. Age: 6


  • 4 nights 4* hotel In Kathmandu
  • 4 nights 3* hotel In Bhutan


  • 8 Breakfasts
  • 4 Lunches
  • 6 Dinners

Jewels of Nepal and Bhutan tour takes you on a wonderful journey of discovery. Discover the cultural riches of these two Himalayan destinations. This unforgettable Nepal-Bhutan trip will let you  experience unique mountain cultures and traditions that have remained untouched by modernity. Explore ancient heritage sites and step inside sacred temples and monasteries. Gain insight into the vibrant spiritual traditions. In less than ten days you will get to experience the major highlights of these two fascinating destinations...

Take this Nepal Bhutan Package Tour and visit two Himalayan nations renowned for their dramatic landscapes, outstanding mountain views, generous hospitality and fascinating culture.  For centuries outsiders were forbidden to enter these two Himalayan kingdoms. While Nepal opened its doors to outsiders during the late 1960s, tourism in Bhutan was introduced only in the mid 1970s. Following a strict policy of sustainable tourism to safeguard its environment and culture, Bhutan allows only a handful of tourists to visit the country each year. Embark on an unforgettable journey and explore Bhutan and Nepal.

Where does your journey begin and what will you see?

Your Nepal Bhutan tour begins from Kathmandu. Stroll down the cobbled streets of a medieval palace square- Patan Durbar Square filled with ancient temples and pagoda-roofed palaces. Witness the religious fervor of the devotees and mysticism at two of the most important sacred sites in Nepal - Boudhanath and Pashupatinath Temple. Get mesmerized by the endless stretch of snow-covered Himalayan peaks as you fly into Paro, Bhutan. Explore the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. Walk through its centuries-old dzongs (fortresses) and monasteries. Visit ancient lakhangs (Buddhist temples) and palaces. Interact with the friendly locals and seek blessings from the learned monks. Your Bhutan visit ends with an epic hike to the cliffside monastery of Tigers' Nest (tiger nest monastery). Before you finally head home, you sample more of Kathmandu’s cultural delights. Discover medieval Bhaktapur, Panauti and Sanga. Wind up your Bhutan Nepal Holiday with an unforgettable hike down the forested trail of Nagarkot to Changu Narayan, one of the oldest Hindu temples in the world. 

Want to experience more of Nepal and Bhutan?

 If you want to focus on the spiritual aspect and are searching for a purely Buddhist experience then we have a special itinerary for you. Please check our Nepal and Bhutan Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour. If you want to tour either Nepal or Bhutan you can choose our popular Best of Nepal Tour or Bhutan Heritage Tour.

Booking Note:

Please note international flights from Kathamdu-Paro-Kathmandu not included in the package cost. If you have decided to book this trip, we urge you firstly to check whether flights to/from Paro-Ktm is available on the dates you will be travelling. It will be a hassle for you if you book your trip and later on discover there are no seats available on the day you are supposed to fly out. Do book this trip only after your flight tickets have been confirmed. Alternately, you can send us a request to book your flight tickets. Just let us know when you will be travelling and we will book your tickets in advance.

Why Jewels of Bhutan and Nepal?

  • Visit two remote Himalayan destinations hidden between great mountains
  • Enjoy a Himalayan panorama of the world’s highest peaks while flying into these countries 
  • Experience unique indigenous cultures, and get an insight about Hindu and Buddhist spiritual traditions
  • Explore places that has remained unchanged for centuries
  • Discover Nepal’s iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Bhutan’s cultural hotspots
  • Take a hike to the cliffside Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest), an architectural wonder 
  • Stroll down the streets of ancient medieval kingdoms in Kathmandu Valley
  • Find out why Gross National Happiness is more important  than Gross Domestic Income in Bhutan


 Is this trip suitable for you?

  • This trip is a combination of cultural tour and hiking
  •  Hike to Taktsang Monastery 4 to 6 hours walk on an uphill and downhill trail. Ponies to the halfway point are available on hire at additional cost.
  •  Nagarkot-Changu Narayan Hiking 3 to 4 hours hike downwards on a forested trail
  •  No technical climbing involved during hikes. Should be able to walk for an extended period without any difficulty. 
  •  Easy walking on level ground while exploring heritage sites 
  •  Overland transfers via clean and comfortable private vehicles
  •  Accompanied by experienced local guides 
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Day to Day Itinerary

Arrival on: Kathmandu, Nepal | Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal

DAY 1:

Arrive in Kathmandu expand
Transfer to Hotel
Accommodation: Hotel Shanker

As you fly into Kathmandu, you will be greeted by an endless stretch of ice-covered mountains and green hills. Our representative will be there to meet you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. He will escort you to your hotel and help you check in. In the evening one of our travel consultants will brief you about your tour itinerary. Take rest or stroll around Thamel, a popular tourist hub in Kathmandu. Later in the evening, enjoy a welcome dinner at an authentic Nepali restaurant. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Meal Included :
  • Dinner

DAY 2:

Kathmandu Sightseeing expand
Activities: Visit Boudhanath, Pashupatinath & Patan Durbar Square
Accommodation: Hotel Shanker

Your sightseeing commences with a drive to Boudhanath Stupa, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world. Festooned with colourful prayer flags, this ancient stupa is an important centre of Tibetan Buddhism. According to local legend the remains of Kasyapa Buddha (previous incarnation of Buddha) lie buried beneath this stupa. Join the pilgrims and walk around the stupa clockwise spinning the prayer wheels. Head to Pashupatinath Temple, an important Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. The pagoda-roofed temple which dates back to 400 AD is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage sites in the world. ‘Aryaghat’ the Hindu cremation lies nearby and you can observe Hindu cremation rites from the eastern bank of the river Bagmati(which flows beside the temple). Wind up your sightseeing tour with an interesting visit to the medieval city of Patan. Visit Patan Durbar Square another UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built by the Malla rulers, the palace square is filled with temples, Buddhist shrines and a pagoda-roofed palace(now converted into a museum). Overnight in Kathmandu. 

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast

DAY 3:

Fly to Paro (Bhutan) (1 hour) – Sightseeing in Paro - Drive to Thimphu (55 km/ 2 hours) expand
Activities : Visit Ta Dzong and Rinpung Dzong

The scenic flight to Bhutan lets you experience the Himalayas from the comfort of your plane. Once you land in Paro, your guide will meet you and apprise you about your Bhutan Trip itinerary. He will take you for a sightseeing tour after lunch/refreshments.  Head to Ta Dzong, a traditional watchtower which dates back to the 17th century. This impressive building now houses the National Museum. The museum showcases the battle regalia of ancient Bhutanese warriors, traditional Buddhist paintings, old stamps, religious relics, bronze statues etc. Later head to Paro Dzong, also known as Rinpung Dzong (Heap of Jewels Fort). This ancient fortress was built by Zabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, who is known as the founder of Bhutan. The old traditional fortress now houses administrative offices and a monastery. After your sightseeing tour drive to the capital city of Thimphu.  Check into your designated hotel and take rest. In the evening take a stroll down this picturesque capital and observe the locals or shop for souvenirs.  Overnight in Thimphu. 

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

DAY 4:

Drive Thimphu to Punakha via Dochula Pass (71 km/3 hours) expand
Activities: Visit King’s Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma & Tashichho Dzong. Cross Dochula Pass

Wake up early and head to the King’s Memorial Chorten with your guide. This giant chorten was built as a memorial to the third Bhutanese king, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk. Afterwards take a drive to the hilltop shrine of Buddha Dordenma, one of the most frequented tourist destination in Bhutan. A giant metal statue of Buddha is placed on top of a hill overlooking Thimphu valley. The169 foot statue holds 1,25,0000 miniature statues inside its bronze body. According to locals, the Buddha statues outnumber the total human population of Thimphu which is around 1,00,000. Before leaving Thimphu, head to Tashichho Dzong, the seat of the Bhutan royal government. This magnificent traditional fortress houses the king’s throne room and government secretariat. Next take a drive to Punakha en route the picturesque Dochula Pass. From the pass enjoy panoramic views of mountains and forests. The pass is decorated with 108 memorial chortens(dedicated to soldiers who lost their lives in the line of duty). Once you reach Punakha head to your hotel and take rest. Overnight in Punakaha. 

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

DAY 5:

Drive Punakha to Paro (130 km/4-5 hours) expand
Activities: Visit Punakha Dzong, Chimi Lakhang Temple

Punakha is the winter residence of Bhutan’s Chief Abbot (Je Khenpo) and his aides. It was seat of the government before the capital was shifted to Thimphu. Coronation ceremonies of all the Bhutanese kings have been held here. Commence your sightseeing tour with a visit to Punakha Dzong. One of the most beautiful dzongs in Bhutan, the Punakha Dzong lies in a picturesque location, at the confluence of  Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers. One has to cross a wooden cantilever bridge to enter this ancient fort. This majestic building is a classic example of traditional Bhutanese architecture. Besides ancient religious relics and historical artifacts, Punakha Dzong houses the sacred remains of Zabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (the founder of Bhutan) and Pema Lingpa. Later on make your way past paddy fields and local farms to Chimi Lakhang Temple. Also known as ‘Fertility Temple’, the shrine is dedicated to the ‘Divine Madman’ Drukpa Kuenley, the patron saint of Bhutan. Locals believe women who visit this temple are blessed with fertility. Parents also bring their new born babies to this temple to seek blessings and receive an auspicious name from one of the monks residing at the temple. Afterwards the visit is over, drive to Paro. Overnight in Paro.

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

DAY 6:

Paro – Hike to Taktsang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest (4-6 hours) expand
Activity: Tiger's Nest Hike

Today you visit one of the most iconic places in Bhutan, the Taktsang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest. Padmasambhava, also known as the Second Buddha, is believed to have flown on the back of a tigress and meditated at the site where this monastery is built. Taktsang Monastery is one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Buddhists in Bhutan.

 Get up early in the morning and drive to the trailhead. Once you reach the trailheadyou begin your hike to Taktsang Monastery. It is uphill all the way. If you don’t feel like straining yourself, you can take (hire) a pony ride till the halfway point. Ponies are only allowed up to a certain stretch. You will have to cover the remaining part of the journey on foot. The trail goes through a dense forest filled with pine trees. Once you reach the top, the views will mesmerize you and make you forget the hard climb. The close up view of the monastery perched on the side of the rocky cliff will take your breath away. Visit the monastery, take pictures and walk down back to the highway. Hop onto the waiting vehicle and head back to your hotel. Overnight in Paro

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

DAY 7:

Fly Paro to Kathmandu (1 hour) and Sightseeing in Bhaktapur, Panauti and Sanga expand
Activities: Visit Bhaktapur, Panauti and Sanga
Accommodation: Hotel Shanker

Your guide will drive you to the airport well on time to catch your flight to Kathmandu. As the plane leaves Bhutan, feast your eyes for the final time on the verdant Bhutanese landscape. Savor breathtaking views of snowcapped mountains and rolling green hills. In less than an hour you reach Kathmandu. Your guide will meet you at the airport and take you to Bhaktapur, one of the three medieval cities in Kathmandu. Stroll around Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and step inside centuries old pagoda-roofed temples and palaces.  Palace of 55 Windows, Nyatapol Temple, Golden Gate, Bhairavnath Temple etc. are some of the architectural wonders dotting this beautiful palace square.  Next up, your destination is Panauti – a medieval Newari town located south-east of Kathmandu valley. This atmospheric town is filled with ancient temples and Newari traditional houses. Walk through the narrow lanes and cobbled streets and iinteract with the locals. Afterwards take a delightful ride to Sanga and stand beneath the world’s tallest statue of Lord Shiva. Known as Kailashnath Mahadev, the statue is 143 feet (43.5 metres) tall and has been built using copper, zinc, steel and concrete. This magnificent statue stands amidst a picturesque landscape filled with rolling green hills and terraced farms. Later head back to your hotel in Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast

DAY 8:

Drive Kathmandu to Nagarkot (sunrise view) (28 km/ 1.5 hours) and Hike down to Changu Narayan Temple (3-4 hours) expand
Activities: Sunrise from Nagarkot Hill, Telkot to Changu Narayan Hike
Accommodation: Hotel Shanker

Get up before dawn and head to Nagarkot, a hilltop resort renowned for its panoramic views and stunning sunrises and sunsets over Himalayan peaks. The drive to Nagarkot is a pleasant one filled with delightful sights of pine forests, rolling hills and traditional farms. Once you reach Nagarkot head to a vantage point and wait for the sun to rise. Witness an almost magical phenomena as the sun rises from behind dark mountains coloring and lighting up the whole landscape in hues of red, pink, orange and yellow. This incredible sight is sure to remain with you forever. Head down to a restaurant and have breakfast. Later on drive to Telkot and hike down a forested path to the ancient shrine of Changu Narayan. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu the temple of Changu Narayan is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the world. Here you will find representations of the different avatars of Lord Vishnu in stone, wood and metal created by artisans living during the Lichhavi and Malla eras. Inside the temple, in a stone pillar is the oldest (464 AD) Sanskrit inscription found in Nepal. Later on , you will be driven back to your hotel. Late afternoon, take a stroll around Thamel and shop for souvenirs. Attend a farewell dinner (complimentary) and celebrate the completion of your wonderful Himalayan adventure. Overnight in Kathmandu.

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

DAY 9:

Depart Kathmandu expand

Bid goodbye to Kathmandu. Our representative will drive you to the international airport three hours before your flight’s scheduled departure. If you feel like discovering more of this incredible country, just let us know. We have a range of products - tours and adventure holidays – for travel buffs like you.

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast

Best Time To Go

We recommend Spring(March-May), Autumn(September-November) and early Winter(December) as the best seasons to take this trip. During these months the daytime temperatures are just right, neither too hot or cold. It may be a little chilly during the early mornings and evenings in Autumn and early Winter.

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What's Included

  • Airport pick up & drop off service in a private vehicle
  • All ground transportation by comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
  • 4-star accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Government-approved 3-star accommodation in Bhutan
  • Welcome and Farewell dinners
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) in Bhutan
  • Guided sightseeing tour as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Professional English-speaking, government licensed local tour guide for sightseeing
  • Staff cost including their food, accommodation, salary, flight, insurance, equipment etc.
  • Monument entry fees during Sightseeing tour

  • Bhutan visa fee and special permit
  • All Local and Government taxes, administrative charges
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival or late departure
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Nepal Visa fee
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • International flights (Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu)
  • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bills, snacks, phone calls, internet etc.)
  • Tips for guide and driver (tipping is expected)
  • Any unseen expenses due to circumstances beyond our control
Note on Includes and Excludestimes

If you want to upgrade your accommodation to a Five Star hotel, it can be done. Just let us know via email or call us.

Accommodation and Meal


Kathmandu, Nepal: In Kathmandu, you will be accommodated at Hotel Shanker, a 4 star hotel. The hotel is centrally located, close to Thamel. The hotel offers luxurious rooms with en suite bathrooms, spa, restaurant, swimming pool, bar, cafe  and a spacious garden.

Bhutan: Stay at the beautiful Tashi Namgyal Resort overlooking the Pa Chu River in Paro.  The resort lies close to the international airport and offers comfortable deluxe rooms, cottages and executive sites with attached bathrooms.  At Thimphu, you will be staying at the attractive Namgay Heritage Hotel. These hotels offer luxurious deluxe rooms and premium suites.

In Punakha you will be accommodated at Drubbchu Resort. At all these establishments, featured amenities include free Wi-Fi, multi cuisine restaurant, bar, spa, fitness centre etc. 


Nepal: Kathmandu has a whole lot of high-end as well as mid-range and budget restaurants and eateries. In Thamel you will find a selection of specialty and multi-cuisine restaurants and eateries. Breakfast, welcome dinner and farewell dinner will be complimentary.

Bhutan: In Bhutan, restaurants and eateries serve continental, Indian and Bhutanese dishes. Bhutanese dishes are usually made with chilies, cheese, meat, mushrooms, red rice and buck wheat. All meals are included in the trip price.

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 While tipping is not mandatory it is a nice way of showing your appreciation to the people who have helped you enrich your holiday experience. It all depends on how far you are pleased and satisfied with their services. There is no fixed amount, but many of our clients offer 8-10 percent of the total tour price as tips.   

 Yes, you can purchase local SIM cards for your cell phone at both these countries. You may have to fill up a form and submit a passport photograph and a photocopy of your passport. The price for these SIM cards is nominal and may cost about a dollar (US). It will be easier for you to connect with your family and friends and access internet using these SIMs. 

 No, this is not possible. The government of Bhutan has made it mandatory for tourists (except Indian nationals) to book a tour with a registered travel agency. In order to get a tourist visa in Bhutan, you need to book a tour with an agency. Your guide is selected by the agency with whom you book your tour. 

 Yes, for a first time traveller to Nepal and Bhutan, the Jewels of Nepal and Bhutan itinerary is the perfect one. This tour introduces you to the main highlights of both these countries. While you get to explore World heritage Sites at one of Nepal’s oldest cities Kathmandu, in Bhutan  you get to visit three major cities in Bhutan – Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. The exploration walks are easy and doable. The places and sites that have been incorporated in this itinerary are  an integral part of these countries cultural heritage. By visiting these sites with our knowledgeable guide you will get an insight of these Himalayan nations unique cultures and traditions. 

 You can certainly join a group if there are travellers willing to form a group and travel during your time frame. But please do note travelling with a group can be a bit restrictive. Your experiences will be dictated by the needs of the group and not your personal needs. Alternately we can also arrange a private tour for you. A private tour gives you the luxury of making your trip your own. Your itinerary will be flexible- you can skip or add some sightseeing places as per your interest. 

You can pay for your Nepal Visa on arrival at the airport. We will arrange your Bhutan Visa. It’s included in the trip cost. Other services included in the package price are hotel accommodation, airport transfers, tour guides’ fee, sightseeing tours, monument fees and meals in Bhutan. You need to arrange your international flight tickets on your own. If you need assistance to book your Bhutan flights do send us a request. Do check the trip page for trip price. If you wish to get a customized tour , do let us know.

You can get your Nepal visa on arrival at the airport or any of the entry points in the country. You need to fill the visa form and pay a certain amount to get the visa. Here's the link to Department of Immigration's Nepal Visa page You will find all the information related to Nepal Visa here. 

We will arrange your visa for Bhutan. Please note your passport must have validity of at least 6 months from your arrival date in Bhutan. 

Answering your query about the Bhutan to flight, you have two options. You can either buy the flight ticket of Kathmandu to Paro by yourself or we can arrange flight tickets for you. If you want us to arrange the Paro flight tickets, then you need to send us the full amount for the tickets.

Yes, you can ride on it to go up. But you will have to pay extra for the pony ride. Please note the ponies can only reach upto a halfway mark. Beyond this point, you will have to cover the rest of the journey on foot. 

Kathmandu to Nagarkot by road takes around one and a half hour. Yes, you can do that. We can customize your itinerary as per your needs. 

No, it is not possible. Bhutan government has made it compulsory for tourists to move around the country with a certified local guide. 


Travel experiences of our clients who recently returned from their trips.

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Crystal Clarke
Jul 16, 2019

One of the best holidays I have ever had - Nepal-Bhutan Tour

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I undertook the Jewels of Nepal and Bhutan Tour with Third Rock Adventures five months ago. I had been meaning to post a review but I was kept rather busy, until now. From the moment I arrived in Kathmandu to the moment my trip ended, the team took very good care of me. The initial email communications were prompt and precise. As I am not too good with computers (I hardly use them), I had some issues booking the trip online. But Hari ironed out the problems and made the process very easy for me. Kemal introduced me to some of the oldest Hindu and Buddhist temples in Kathmandu. I found the Nepalese very friendly and open. In the west, strangers hardly make eye contact, but in Nepal it is not uncommon for virtual strangers to meet and talk like long lost friends. I met strangers who offered their help (when I suffered from a nasty fall while on a late evening stroll alone) without asking anything in return. Bhutan was lovely and peaceful. Ogyen, my guide had a wealth of information to share. The hike to Tiger’s Monastery left me huffing and puffing, but the views more than made up for the hard climb. It is hard to believe that this monastery, which lies straddled on a huge rock face, was built by humans. Faith does move mountains and this seems to particularly true in this part of the world. Bhutanese culture is very unique and I felt privileged to have the opportunity to experience it. I do hope that the Bhutanese people will retain their culture and not let western influence change their perspective. I highly recommend this tour and look forward to many more journeys with Third Rock Adventures.

Good Value,
Because I wanted to go where I have never been to.
Be open to new experiences. That's the only you get to enjoy your travel.

William Bach
Jun 10, 2019

A series of wonderful memories

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I cannot thank the team of Third Rock Adventure enough for making my trip of Nepal and Bhutan series of wonderful memories for a lifetime. It was one of the companies that I sent inquiry during my research period of this trip. It kept up with my busy schedules with several follow up emails. After a few exchanges of emails and the phone call I felt the company can be trusted enough to go on an organized tour with them. The company was knowledgeable and provided us with detailed itinerary as well. The travel expert answered my queries and promised that the trip would be as promised; it was indeed. I always wanted to visit Nepal and Bhutan but my partner isn’t too keen about the Himalayas. So if you ask me why it took so long to visit then, you know now! I am glad that she enjoyed as much as I did. My partner didn’t believe that Nepal is much more than “trekker’s paradise” until she saw Nepal’s rich culture and tradition. Lucky to see a breathtaking sunrise from Nagacot, thanks to the pouring rain of previous night. We skipped the hike to one of the oldest temples of Nepal. In Bhutan sky is bluer, air is cleaner, forest is denser and ambience is spiritual. An architectural delight, temples dedicated to Buddhist masters and extremely warm and a bit shy people. Was stunned when our guide said the dzong was built with wooden block not a single nail used! I enjoyed the stayed at good hotels both in Nepal and Bhutan. I am not a finicky eater but my partner is and she didn’t like food in Bhutan much. Talking about the drivers of Nepal and Bhutan they were very skilled. In Nepal, our driver took us through the chaotic traffic which was, to be honest overwhelming. I don’t know how they drive in the capital city, Kathmandu. Ride to Baktapour was fun though. Talking about the roads of Bhutan, there wasn’t traffic but the sharp turns and winding roads are fun. My initial panic subsided when I realized I was in able hands. The vehicles are way better in Bhutan than Nepal. Touring with a local company is a hit and miss but this one is definitely a HIT!
Good Value,I like itinerary,
Always wanted to hike to Tiger’s Nest with her and it was an amazing hike. Made many memories but this was the most special one.
Consider opting for internal flights if you suffer from motion sickness.

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