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Nuptse Lhotse and the Himalaya

Nepal tours

Nuptse Lhotse and the Himalaya

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Nepal, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.

  • Potala Palace

    Classic Tibet tour

    Tibet and Nepal
    • Experience Tibet's unique culture and warm hospitality.

    • Explore the stunning Potala Palace.

    • Visit Tibet's oldest monastery at remote Tsetang.

    • View beautiful Lake Yamdrok-Tso.

    • Watch monks debating at Sera Monastery.

    13 days from CAD8,900pp

  • Bhutan mountain scenery

    Central Bhutan tour

    Bhutan and Nepal
    • Climb up to Tiger's Nest Monastery in Paro.

    • Experience rural life in Bhutan in the remote Bumthang Valley.

    • See the endangered black-necked cranes at Phobjikha Valley.

    • Visit Punakha's Dzong.

    • Experience Bhutan's unique culture.

    14 days from CAD9,960pp

  • Uma Punakha, Punakha

    Bhutan in Style

    Bhutan and Nepal
    • Climb up to Tiger's Nest Monastery in Paro.

    • Experience Bhutan's unique culture.

    • Take in spectacular Himalayan scenery.

    • Visit Punakha's Dzong.

    • Go walking in pristine valleys.

    10 days from CAD17,555pp

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