Cultural tours

Everest Base Camp trekking Since 1953, Everest Base Camp trekking has became hot topic among mountain adventure lovers because Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa climbed to the Top of Mount Everest. Then every year number of trekkers increased…

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Food in Bhutan

Foods during Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tours – we provide full board meals in Bhutan, always keeps changing items feel free to ask our guides what foods you may want. In Nepal and Tibet you can choose any restaurants and foods (Lunch and Dinner) as you wish which is not pat of Package.

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Foods in Nepal

Foods during Bhutan Nepal Tibet Tours – we provide full board meals in Bhutan, always keeps changing items feel free to ask our guides what foods you may want. In Nepal and Tibet you can choose any restaurants and foods (Lunch and Dinner) as you wish which is not pat of Package.

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Himalaya tour from Beijing

Beijing Tibet Nepal Bhutan tours starts with Flight from Beijing to Tibet and driving tours in Lhasa, easy going cultural trip and light adventure with optional hike is a special feature of Himalayas tour. The best way to start is flying from Beijing or Kathmandu or Delhi to Himalayas.

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Bhtuan

A panoramic flight will transport you back in time to the tiny 17th century Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. You will get to explore the pastoral back roads of Dragon Kingdom, a true bastion of tradition in an uncertain world, where you will encounter an independent people who have not rejected their ancient spiritual heritage for modern ways. You will also visit the Shangri-La setting of the Paro Valley, the central Bhutanese town of Punakha with its spectacular monastery on the riverside, and Bhutan’s capital of Thimphu.

Tibet

Tibet
At 3694m/12,120 ft, Lhasa is Tibet’s long-forbidden capital city and home to many major monuments. Here, you will visit the legendary, gold-roofed, thousand-room Potala Palace historically  home of the Dalai Lama. You will then circumambulate pilgrim trails, hike up to ancient ridge-top monasteries, meet a colorful group of people – from nomads to lamas – and bask in some of the most majestic mountain scenery on earth!

Come take a step back in time and join us on this enriching, non-trekking (except some optional hikes) journey for an eye-opening look into traditions and cultures far removed from those in the West.

Nepal

Nepal
In Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu, you will encounter an unforgettable melting pot of ancient Hindu and Buddhist cultures. You will get to explore local markets and bazaars in the center of centuries old, UNESCO heritage sites, including a wealth of temples, palaces and shrines. You will also get to tour charming villages like Bhaktapur, with its well-preserved 15th century Malla architecture.everest base camp trek in nepal

Myanmar trip

Century ago, Rudyard Kipling explained Burma as a place “quite unlike any land you know about.” Isolated from the world in the recent past, Burma—now known as Myanmar—remains a magical destination, yet one shrouded in mystery. When you visit Burma with us, you will watch the sun glinting off a 2,600-year-old temple clad in 61 tons of pure gold in Rangoon … witness “one-leg” rowers casting fishing nets and farmers tending to floating gardens on Inle Lake, see a procession of saffron-robed monks walking across the world’s longest teak footbridge near Mandalay … meet with members of hill tribes who cling to ancient ways of life and animist traditions in Kalaw, view thousands of mysterious pagodas dotting the golden plains of Bagan and much more.