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7 most lucrative multi-country tours

Follow the footsteps of Buddha while stepping through the streets of ancient cities of South Asia in the Himalayas. The seven most lucrative multi country tours let you explore cultures, traditional villages, captivating landscapes, and Himalayan flora and fauna. Capture the spirit of multi country dream tours with us and observe how these tours let you enter into the world enclosed by spectacular Himalayas.

1. Nepal and Bhutan Tour

This wide-ranging tour package is suitable for those travelers in the Himalayas who are in search of everything that Bhutan has to offer together with some glimpse of the landmarks of Kathmandu. Commencing from Kathmandu, the tour lets you explore the cultural glory of city of temples in the company of majestic Himalayan views. For the most, the trip allows the travelers in the Himalayas to make insight into the Bhutanese way of life.

2. Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet Tour

This multi-country tour package drives you through the natural and cultural wonders of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. Starting from discovering some cultural landmarks of Nepal like Buddha’s birthplace, the trip heads towards Bhutan. In Bhutan, you can explore awesome attractions of Bhutan which include Buddhist monasteries, Bhutanese culture and Dzongs. In the third place, the trip helps you make insight into how Buddhism frames the life of Tibetans even today. Throughout the tour, you will always enjoy the company of spectacular views of the Himalayas.

3.  Adventure Holiday in Nepal and Tibet

The thrill packed trip at first lets you explore the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu before stepping into the world of adventure like whitewater rafting and jungle safari in Nepal. Next, the tour offers an opportunity to roam around the cultural landmarks of the ancient city of Lhasa. In addition to these experiences, you will also make an adventurous journey to the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain in Tibet.

4. Kailash Tour via Simikot

This trip is also devised into the category of multi-country tour as it reaches Mt. Kailash in Tibet via Nepal’s Simikot. Following through the ancient pilgrimage mountain trails of the north far western side of Nepal, the mountain trek links you with Mount Kailash in Tibet. At the end, the trip making insight into the religious importance of Mt. Kailash passes onto the pristine Mansarovar Lake.

5. Lhasa to Kathmandu Overland Tour

This overland multi-country tour traversing through Tibet’s thriving cultural cities reaches at the base camp of the world’s tallest mountain. Letting you experience the adventure trek in Tibet, the overland journey even maps out the cultural landmarks of the ancient city of Lhasa. Finally, the tour crossing through hillside settlements of traditional Tibetan villages arrives in Kathmandu. Of course, you are attached with the captivating views of Himalayas throughout the trip.

6. India, Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet Adventure Tour

This will be another remarkable tour in your life as it helps you explore almost all the cultural, religious, historical and natural landmarks of Himalayan states in South Asia. First, the multi country trip goes inside the incredible attraction of India like Taj Mahal before connecting you to Bhutan. Bhutan also bewilders you with its intact cultural practices and geographical wonders. After exploring Bhutan, the tour also lets you explore the unique culture and historical legacy of Nepal. At last, the trip concludes reaching at Everest Base Camp in Tibet. In Tibet, you will also stroll around the central attraction of Lhasa like Potala Palace etc.

7. Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, Sikkim and Darjeeling Tour

It will be another tour of a lifetime in the Himalayas as it traverses through Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and northeast India. During your stay in Nepal, you will cover ancient pagoda style architectures, Buddhist monasteries, Hindu temples, and traditionally rich Newari culture in Kathmandu. The next part of the tour steps into the world of Buddhist philosophy and culture prevailed in Tibet. In Tibet, you will also roam around the large number of monasteries and palace squares that are world famous as the landmarks of Lhasa. After visiting Tibet, you will head for Bhutan via Kathmandu. In Bhutan, you can still see a strange way of social life and cultural practices based on the principle of Buddhism. Apart from witnessing Bhutan’s cultural attractions, The Land of Thunder Dragon also mesmerizes you with its abundance of natural flora and fauna. Before driving to home, the tour helps you discover India’s less explored territory of Sikkim which is abundantly covered by green forest. Of course India’s so named Queen Hill Station, Darjeeling, will be on the way.

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