Discover the mystical dimensions of Himalayas with collecting views of grandest mountain peaks. Visit Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Indian Himalayas and explore the mystical culture that developed in the yard of mystical Himalayas. Touring at the proximity of enthralling mountain peaks you will help yourself to unearth the facts about why Himalaya still lures the world travelers towards it. Making a tour in the Himalaya region means you go beyond rudimentary travel experience that only comes in a life time. Hence knowing these queries, we have locally handcrafted few tours for 2014 that are helpful to attain mystical aspects of Himalayas.
Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet Tour covers the three most mystical Himalayan nations of South Asia. The tour traverses through the land of Mt. Everest and Buddha – Nepal, the Last Shangri La – Bhutan and the Roof of the World – Tibet. These three Himalayan nations encompass almost all of the Himalayas and are truly a traveler’s paradise. Bhutan, often referred to as the last Shangri-La is covered by lush vegetation. The Land of Buddha, i.e., Nepal lies between the cultural and geographical crossroads of Asia. The high lands of Nepal along with the friendly people make a pulsating society rich in color, vigor and spirituality. The third destination, Tibet, has long been a mysterious land of lakes and rivers, mighty snow peaks, and beautiful ancient monasteries. This mystical journey in the Himalayas passes through the rich sub-tropical forests, glacial lakes and beautiful passes that offer amazing views of snow-capped mountains.
Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, Sikkim and Darjeeling Tour, a top tour for experiencing mystical Himalayas, maps out almost all the entire Himalayan mountains in South Asia. This tour helps you to unfold the mystical avenues of Tibetan Culture and spiritual life passing along world’s highest mountain roads. While passing through highest mountains, valleys, forests, and lowlands, the journey pays high attention to various monasteries, chortens, and temples on the way. After making some sightseeing in Kathmandu, you will be connected with Lhasa in Tibet. Discovering mystical landmarks of Lhasa, you come back to Kathmandu driving along the Friendship Highway. From Kathmandu, you will fly to Paro of Bhutan. Enjoying cultural tour of Bhutan, the tour leads you to Darjeeling and Sikkim of India via Phuentsoling.
Lhasa to Kathmandu Tour, the mystical overland journey, passes through wonderful scenery dominated by green meadows, river gorges, snow-capped mountains, waterfalls and enchanting flora and fauna in the Himalayas. The highland of Tibet and its typical geographical position has been exploited since the ancient times by explorers and adventurers, pilgrims, traders, and even missionaries. If you are a spiritual seeker and walking for in search of the mystery of life, then this overland tour across the mystical highlands of Tibetan Plateau takes you in the land of paradise in Earth. Besides, the sights of Lhasa’s cultural and spiritual landmarks like Jokhang Temple, Potala Palace, Norbulinka Palace, Drepung Monastery, and Sera Monastery help you to find the ultimate quest of life.
Glimpses of Bhutan Tour, the journey for mystical experience 2014, covers must see landmarks of Western Bhutan. Western Bhutan attracts the world travelers with its unspoilt cultural and natural grandeur. The culturally delightful and scenically intriguing journey for mystical Himalayan begins from the scenic Paro Valley with a hike to the famous Tiger`s Nest Monastery. Next attraction of this trip will be Thimphu, a unique capital city of Bhutan that has a blend of traditional and modern touch. The tour also covers the picturesque Dochu La Pass, the subtropical valleys of Punakha, the ancient Capital of Bhutan, and ultimately returns to Paro. Throughout the trip, you undergo through breath-taking view of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other famous Himalayan peaks including the sacred Jumolhari and Mount Jichu Drake in Bhutan.
5. NEPAL SUNRISE TOUR
Nepal Sunrise Tour, one of the top trips for 2014, has been crafted for those visitors seeking for a combination of cultural and natural exposure in the Himalayas. The tour starts from Kathmandu Valley. The valley holds a considerably high number of places recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, and contains three medieval cities famous for their arts and architectures. There are also some interesting cultural centers on the outskirt of the valley: Dhulikhel and Panauti. You visit to all these places including a short trip to Nagarkot from where you will have the mesmerizing sunrise views over the Himalayas. Next, you drive to Daman for a typical mountain experience. Driving further deep into the mountains, you spend a day at Bandipur and continue your journey to the fantastic Lake City of Pokhara. The trip, in overall, encompasses some of the most spectaculars natural and cultural destinations of Nepal passing through dozens of waterfalls and mountains, flora and fauna, and rural villages sprawled over the mountains.
Glimpses of Mt Kanchendzonga Tour, a trip for taste of Himalayas, explore Darjeeling, Sikkim and Kalimpong – the mostly preferred places by British Empire in India at the yard of Mount Kanchenjunga. Sikkim, a former kingdom yet to be explored with multicultural touch in Eastern Himalayas, is full of snow-capped mountains, lush green tropical and temperate forests, gurgling streams and rich flora and fauna – a true Shangri-La. After exploring the landmarks of Sikkim, the trip connects you with Kalimpong. Kalimpong is famous for ethnic and cultural melting point. With its majestic Nepalese cultural setting accommodates Indian polity, Hinduism and Buddhism. Next hot spot of this trip will be Darjeelig – a hilltop station internationally known for its tea industry. Darjeeling provides the perfect ambiance of a hill resort with its mild climate. With the magical aura of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Darjeeling intoxicates the nature enthusiasts as well.
Explore Lhasa and Tsedang with Namtso Lake, one of the top trips for the spirit of mystical Himalayas, covers popular landmarks in Lhasa and Tsedang with a day tour of the Namtso Lake. In Lhasa, you visit the astonishing Potala and Norbulingka Palaces, Tibet Museum and Barkhor Bazaar. Next, you stroll around a number of Lhasa’s impressive Tibetan monasteries like Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery and Jokhang Temple. In Tsedang, you visit at the 8th century Samye Monastery – the first Buddhist monastery in Tibet. A separate day is set aside to explore the Namtso Lake, one of the three pristine lakes in Tibet.