This is a listing of all of our tours in Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. You can refine this list by using the Tour Finder in the left side menu.
This multi-activity tour gives a taste of all that Nepal has to offer, in just 2 weeks. You explore the ancient city of Kathmandu and the surrounding valley, try some white-water rafting on the Trisuli River, enjoy a short trek in the Annapurna foothills, and try a range of safari activities in Chitwan National Park.
This tour has been specially designed for families with children aged 6-16 who want to enjoy a multi-activity tour in Nepal either on their own or with like-minded families & children. We include some fascinating cultural sightseeing, a relaxed camping trek with spectacular views, some easy rafting, and time in Chitwan National Park, with the chance to bathe with the working elephants.
With tours of Kathmandu and the surrounding valley, safari activities in Chitwan National Park, time to relax by the lake in Pokhara, and visits to the ancient hilltop villages of Bandipur and Gorkha, this tour introduces you to many of the different aspects of Nepal that make it such an rewarding country to visit.
Sandwiched between a little time in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, this tour features 8 days in Bhutan for a fairly comprehensive tour at a relaxed pace. Highlights include the Paro Dzong and National Museum, a wide range of sites in and around the capital Thimphu, and a beautiful drive across the Dochu La Pass into the Punakha Valley to see the sites there. You also enjoy a spectacular walk up to Taktshang (Tiger's Nest) monastery.
This tour explores the three Himalayan countries of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet, and give you a great introduction to their scenery, cultures and histories. The itinerary concentrates on cultural sightseeing, with some short and easy walks built in to allow you to get closer to traditional rural life as well.
This tour covers Nepal's wildlife, history & people, without any strenuous physical activities. We explore the major sites in the Kathmandu Valley, enjoy safari activities in Chitwan National Park, visit the birth-place of the Buddha in Lumbini, do some day walks around Pokhara, and visit the ancient trading hill-town of Bandipur.
This newly revised itinerary adds a nature walk through the Nagarjun Forest Reserve and time at the remote Shreeban Nature camp to visits to the famous Chitwan National Park, best known for its population of the rare one-horned rhinoceros, and another superb but less-visited wildlife haven, Bardia National Park in western Nepal, where you have a better chance of seeing the majestic Bengal tiger.
The long Annapurna Circuit offers the greatest diversity of flora, fauna and landscape of any trek in Nepal. From sub-tropical to alpine forests, from lush jungle to arid wind-swept valleys, few other treks enable you to walk through such a changing environment.
Comprehensive guide to whitewater rafting in Nepal & Bhutan.
Nepal's most westerly National Park and home to the countries largest population of Bengal tigers.
Detailed guide on what to expect trekking in Nepla & Bhutan.
A brief history of this small, culturally fascinating himalayan country.
Understand more about how we grade our treks in Nepal, Bhutan & Tibet.
"All in all a great experience & very enjoyable holiday."
Ewan Turner (Annapurna Sanctuary)
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