Have you already begun making trip plans for the upcoming year? We offer you a solution for learning everything there is to know about Bhutan and Nepal: a fifteen-day immersion in the local culture and landscape with a guide.

You will almost certainly experience high altitude on your travels, but you can also count on discovering breathtaking scenery around every bend. Nagarkot Hill is one of those spots to enjoy without the bustle of sunrise to sunset in rural Nagarkot, north of the Kathmandu Valley. This location gives breathtaking views of the Himalayas from every angle.

Additionally, Kathmandu is home to some of the most ornate religious buildings. The architecture of temples, homes, and stupas is exquisite and intricate. The largest Buddhist monastery in the world is thought to be the nearby Boudhanath Stupa.

Breathtaking, friendly Pokhara even looks like a utopia. Surrounded by natural beauties, the charm of the small town is a reference to the construction of art, poetry and compositions.

Excitement spreads across Davis Falls Over there, the day’s itinerary will go through different places than what we’re used to seeing.

Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Tibetan villages, boat ride on Fewa Lake and observation of a temple built right there in the middle of the water.

Walks through the two countries always result in getting to know a bit of the population. Typical villages and agricultural fields, very present in the region, always mix with the most natural.

Nothing is as strong as religion in Bhutan and Nepal. For Bhutanese, some of the places are so sacred that it is mandatory to visit at least once in a lifetime. We talk about the Taktsang Monastery, a place above the Paro Valley and which guarantees the photo postcard of the trip in addition to a strong cultural presence.

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