Nepal Bhutan Luxury Tour - 8 Days

8 Days Luxury Tour for Nepal and Bhuan - 2 Countries
Nepal Bhutan Short Tour
What to see & doSpecific information about Nepal Bhutan Luxury Tour - 8 Days
  • Duration8 Days
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Max Altitude 2950m
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Trip Style Tour
  • Group Size 10
  • Transportation Private Vehicles
  • Best Season All Time

Nepal and Bhutan are two naturally beautiful and culturally rich countries in the Himalayan foothill of South Asia. The 8 Days Nepal Bhutan Luxury Tour is just enough time to catch a glimpse of the incredible nature and unique culture of both countries. Starting in Kathmandu with an excursion to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this multi-country luxury tour takes you to the Land of Thunder Dragons, Bhutan. After experiencing the peaceful Bhutanese cities of Paro and Thimpu, you'll fly back to Kathmandu and spend a night at Nagarkot, followed by a visit to the ancient Bhaktapur city. Are you ready? Because we are!

Tourism has a huge impact on the economy of Nepal and Bhutan. It all makes sense with these countries' unmatched natural beauty and age-old culture. The Himalayan countries of Nepal and Bhutan share a somehow similar nature while adopting a completely different culture. While Buddhism has a significant impact on Bhutan's culture, Hinduism has strong roots in Nepal and is reflected in Nepal's culture through its temples, palaces, art, architecture, customs, and traditions.

Wherever you go in Nepal or Bhutan, you'll be welcomed with a wide smile and an open heart. Nepalese and Bhutanese people are among the most humble and hospitable people toward their guests. There's a saying in Nepali, "Atithi devo bhava," translating to "Guests are gods." So, join us on this epic excursion where the lush hills and giant snow-capped mountains amaze you while the simple lifestyle of the locals keeps you grounded.

The Nepal Bhutan Luxury Tour - 8 Days, organized by Outfitter Nepal, is appropriate for all age groups and doesn't call for any prior knowledge or exceptional physical health. In order to make your journey safe and successful, we provide a private vehicle with an experienced licensed tour guide. It is an ideal getaway even for families with young children and senior citizens.

Best Features of the Bhutan Luxury Tour (Premium)

  • Visiting Kathmandu's UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Witnessing gorgeous Himalayan sunset and sunrise from Nagarkot
  • Stopover the old town of Bhaktapur and experience its chaotic yet calm atmosphere
  • Flying over the majestic Himalayas, enjoying aerial perspective of the mountains
  • Touring the historical and religious sites of Thimpu
  • Hike to Paro's magnificent Tiger's Nest Monastery
  • Observing the farm life and local markets of Paro
  • Enjoy Bhutan's flavorful cuisine and learn about its distinctive culture

Places you'll visit in your 8 Days Nepal Bhutan Premium Tour


On this 8 days cross-country trip, Nepal is the first country you'll explore. If the weather is clear, you will be greeted by breathtaking mountain vistas even before you land at Kathmandu Airport. Nepal is a top travel destination for tourists looking to explore unspoiled nature and ancient culture, as it is the home of Mt. Everest and the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. On this journey, we'll take you to some hotspots of Nepal, like Kathmandu, Nagarkot, and Bhaktapur.


The capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, has been labeled as "the City of Temples" for good. The abundance of ancient temples, stupas, and other religious buildings, including idols, statues, and images, can be found all across the city. During the tour, you'll visit Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhu Temple, and Bouddhanath Stupa, among other holy places, in Kathmandu.

On the bank of the sacred Bagmati River lies the Pashupatinath Temple, a grand temple devoted to God Shiva. You can explore the temple grounds filled with smaller temples, take in the architecture, and observe the rituals even though you are not allowed inside the main temple. Not very far from Pashupati is Bouddhanath Stupa, which is the biggest Buddhist stupa in Nepal and is visited by lots of tourists and pilgrims. Similarly, you'll also see another Buddhist temple, Swayambhunath, at the top of a small hill in the Kathmandu valley. It's commonly known as "the monkey temple" among tourists.

As you proceed, you will visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, one of the three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley. This Durbar Square was originally a royal palace and is now a museum showcasing important events in Nepalese history. All of these historical and religious places are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Nagarkot is a lovely hill town with a far-off yet clear view of the Himalayas and is about 30 kilometers east of Kathmandu. Your heart will melt when you see the beautiful view of the snow-capped mountains perched above the verdant hills against the background of the vast blue sky. The highlight of your stay in Nagarkot will be watching the sun turn orange as it sets behind the mountains and waking up to the magnificent Himalayan sunrise casting its golden rays on your skin.


Of the three districts in the Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur has the oldest architecture and the most intact culture preserved for centuries by the locals. You'll find narrow lanes jam-packed with traditional Newari homes, people dressed traditionally, and speakers of the distinctive Newari language. Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Shidha Pokhari, Nyatapol, and Pottery Square are some interesting landmarks to see in Bhaktapur. At the Durbar Square Museum, you can discover important details of Nepalese history and spend some time in the magical ambiance of durbar square.


On the other hand, Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon, has its very own values. This naturally blessed and culturally prosperous nation is situated in the Eastern Himalayas and prioritizes Gross National Happiness (GNP) more than GDP. Bhutan engages in sustainable tourism that prioritizes quality above quantity. The government is a prime example of successfully balancing modernity while preserving nature and culture. Paro and Thimphu are two Bhutanese cities you'll see during this 8 days Nepal Bhutan Luxury Tour.


Unlike other capital cities, Thimpu is different. It has been able to adapt to the unavoidable pressures of modernization while maintaining its ancient art, architecture, customs, and traditions. Walking through Thumpu's streets without traffic lights gives you the impression of wandering in some well-kept Asian countryside. The combination of natives wearing their traditional costumes and tourists taking selfies is fascinating to watch.

The National Memorial Chorten serves as the first stop on the sightseeing tour of Thimphu, which is a significant monument and a representation of global peace built in honor of Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, the third king of Bhutan. Another tourist destination in the northern part of Thimpu is Tashichho Dzong, which houses the head of Bhutan's civil government. It is a monastery/fortress that features a traditional Bhutanese design. Changangkha Lhakhang, a Buddhist temple constructed in the 12th century on a hilltop overlooking Thimpu, is the next stop on our itinerary. It is well known among locals as a site to obtain blessings for newly-born babies and is also a fantastic location to study Bhutanese Buddhism.

Other popular tourist destinations in Thimpu include the Buddha Dordenma Statue, a sizable statue of Shakyamuni Buddha perched atop a hill; the Institute of Traditional Medicine Services, offering information on Bhutan's use of herbal medicines and alternative therapies; the Folk Heritage Museum, which exhibits traditional Bhutanese culture; and the Zilukha nunnery. Lastly, you may buy Bhutanese handicrafts and souvenirs in Craft Bazaar.


The picturesque town of Paro in Paro Valley houses the only international airport in Bhutan. After flying from Kathmandu, your Bhutan luxury tour begins in Paro. Thanks to its numerous historical and holy places, Paro has played a crucial role in Bhutan's tourism. Bhutanese people can be seen wandering the streets of Paro, which are lined with old-style architecture while wearing their traditional Gho and Kira outfits.
The primary tourist destination in Paro is Taktsang Palphung Monastery, often referred to as Tiger's Nest Monastery or Paro Taktsang. The monastery was given the name "Tiger's Nest" because legend has it that Guru Rinpoche, a Buddhist saint, flew there on a tiger's back to pray and meditate. An excellent morning hike leads to the Paro Monastery, which is perched 900 meters above the Paro Valley's floor. Another important place to see in Paro is the Drukgyel Dzong, a historic structure constructed in 1649 as a tribute to the triumph against the invasion of Tibet in 1644. Another ancient temple in Bhutan that you should see is Kyichu Lhakhang, which was constructed in the seventh century.

ItineraryTrip day to day detail itinerary

Your day of arrival in Kathmandu is the first day of the tour. On the day and time of your arrival, a representative from our company will be waiting for you at Kathmandu International Airport. You will be taken to your hotel in Thamel after arriving. You may use the remaining time of the day as you like. You can unwind at the hotel or wander through Thamel's vibrant streets.

Thamel is a delightful area with fantastic multi-cuisine restaurants, pubs, bars, souvenir shops, hiking gear stores, and tattoo parlors, crowded with travelers like you. In fact, Thamel is the "tourist hub of Kathmandu." Have a good day, and we'll get together in our office to review the tour details later. 

    After breakfast at the hotel, we begin our sightseeing tour of Kathmandu. A tour guide will accompany you to several of Kathmandu's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will first be taken to Kathmandu Durbar Square, where you can learn about the history of Nepal and see traditional buildings that are native to Nepalese culture and some that are influenced by European architecture. Then, you will be taken to Swayambhunath Temple, popularly known as Monkey Temple, one of the most well-known Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage sites.

    We'll continue our visit to the renowned Pashupatinath Temple after lunch. It is a prominent and well-known temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, and Hindus from Nepal and India visit to worship there. Bouddhanath Stupa is the next destination of our Kathmandu tour. It is the biggest Buddhist stupa in the country, attracting many visitors, pilgrims, and locals every day. Day 2 will then conclude when you return to your hotel in Thamel.
    Option: We also provide a one-hour Everest Mountain Flight Tour early in the morning, at around 6-7 am, if you're interested in seeing a birds-eye perspective of Everest and the Himalayas. You can take a flight before the day's tour begins. Please let us know beforehand if you want to include this mountain flight in your tour.

      The day you've been anticipating since your arrival in Kathmandu is finally here. After breakfast, you will be dropped off at the Kathmandu International Airport for your trip to Paro, Bhutan. Your Bhutan visa application has been completed and paid for so that you can fly without worry and cherish the breathtaking Himalayan scenery, including the renowned Mt. Jumolhari and Mt. Jichu Drake.

      You will have to go through immigration and customs procedures once you arrive in Paro. Keep a copy of your VISA clearance letter handy. Outside the terminal gate, your driver and tour guide for Bhutan will be waiting for you. They will be wearing traditional Bhutanese clothing. It will take about an hour and a half to transport you from Paro to Thimpu via a scenic route that offers views of the Himalayas and lovely landscapes. Your guide will provide you with information throughout the trip about Bhutan's history, culture, and traditions.

      After checking in at your hotel in Thimpu and resting for a while, you can stroll in the streets and soak in this completely new environment. Roam around the local markets and don't hesitate to try some mouth-watering Bhutanese cuisines, but keep some space in your tummy for your dinner at the hotel, which is included in the package. 

        With all the touring you'll do in Thimpu on Day 9, it will be a very active day. After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken to significant sites and tourist attractions in Thimpu. Typically, a private tour includes a personal tour guide who also serves as your driver, or you'll get a separate driver.

        In no particular order, you're likely to visit the National Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, Changangkha Lhakhang, Buddha Dordenma Statue, Institute of Traditional Medicine Services, Folk Heritage Museum, Zilukha nunnery, Craft Bazaar, etc. Tell your guide what is important to you because it might not be possible to see all these places in one day. Or your guide will decide for you. We've given a quick overview of these locations in our intro section. To learn more about the places, kindly refer to that.

        You'll be transported back to Paro in the evening over the same route, where you will check in to the hotel, eat dinner, and spend the night.

          You will trek up to Taktsang Palphung Monastery, also known as Tiger's Nest Monastery, with the guidance of your guide after breakfast at the hotel. The trip to the monastery and back takes five hours in all. Learn more about Tiger's Nest in the Introduction Section, which is one of Bhutan's most revered and important tourist destinations.

          After the hike, lunch is served before heading to Drukgyel Dzong. As you get closer to the Dzong, you'll pass the holy Chomolhari, also known as the "mountain of the goddess." You'll visit Kyichu Lhakhang Temple after touring Dzong. You can visit the neighborhood farm and market in the evening. If you want, purchase some Bhutanese souvenirs. After dinner, you'll spend the night at the hotel in Paro.

            It's already the last few days of your 8-day trip to Nepal and Bhutan. You'll be taken to the Paro Airport following breakfast. Bid Bhutan adieu and board your scheduled flight to Kathmandu. Once more, when you arrive at the airport, a representative from our company will welcome you and drive you to Nagarkot.

            You will travel one and a half hours in a private cab from Kathmandu to Nagarkot, where you can check into a nice hotel and rest. The breathtaking sunset view of the Himalayas from Nagarkot lets your body forget all the weariness from the non-stop travel you've been doing.

              You wake up in Nagarkot to a magnificent Himalayan sunrise. Following a sumptuous breakfast at your hotel, we will transport you to Bhaktapur, a historic Newari city. You've already seen Kathmandu Durbar Square; now it's time for the infamous Bhaktapur Durbar Square. You can eat lunch at a nearby restaurant, sample some Newari food, and try the Ju Ju Dhau (traditional Newari sweetened yogurt). It's delicious!

              Before returning to your hotel in Kathmandu, stroll through the neighborhood and stop by Nyatapol, Siddha Pokhari, and Pottery Square. Today is your final evening in Nepal; feel free to join us for your farewell dinner. Now is the perfect time to purchase some souvenirs for your friends and family back home.

                You will be picked up from your hotel at the time of your scheduled departure on the final day of the tour and transferred to Kathmandu International Airport for your journey back home or to your next location.

                We sincerely hope you enjoyed every minute of this journey. Please keep us in mind if you decide to revisit Nepal in the future. We're happy to be of help and look forward to working with you again. Have an enjoyable journey.

                If you have more days on your hand and want to see some more places in Nepal like Chitwan and Pokhara, please have a look at our 12 Days Nepal Bhutan Tour. On the contrary, if you want to shorten the trip to only Bhutan, we also have a 5 Days Glimpse of Bhutan Tour and a 4 Days Bhutan Short Tour.

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                  Cost DetailsGood to know before trip booking
                  What's Included
                  • Transportation (airport transfers and sightseeing city tours) by private vehicle in Nepal and Bhutan
                  • All accommodations in Nepal with breakfast at 4 start hotel (3 nights in Kathmandu and 1 night in Nagarkot )
                  • VISA fee for Bhutan 
                  • International flight fare (Kathmandu - Paro - Kathmandu)
                  • Government-approved accommodations in Bhutan (2 nights in Paro and 1 night in Thimpu at 4 star hotel)
                  • All meals in Bhutan (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
                  • All applicable entrance fees in Nepal and Bhutan
                  • Authorized tour guide in Nepal and Bhutan
                  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu
                  What's not Included
                  • International flights to and from Nepal.
                  • Nepalese visa fee (easily available after arriving at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu).
                  • All personal expenses (personal gear, telephone calls, beverages, internet, laundry etc.)
                  • Meals (lunch and dinner) in While you are in Nepal.
                  • Travel insurance.
                  • Tips for guides and drivers.
                  • Anything not mentioned in the included section.
                  Useful InformationGood to know before you travel

                  Weather and Temperature

                  Due to their similar topography and geographic position, Nepal and Bhutan both have identical weather. The only exception is Nepal's southern region, which is significantly warmer than Bhutan. Consider yourself lucky, as Kathmandu lies in the central region and has moderate summers.

                  The weather in both countries is significantly influenced by the seasons and altitude. In the northern Alpine region, it can get below zero even in the summer, whereas in the southern tropical areas, it can get up to or even exceed 40 degrees Celsius.

                  The four seasons we encounter each year are spring (March to May), summer/monsoon (June to August), fall/autumn (September to November), and winter (December to February). While the winters are dry and cold with snow showers (at higher altitudes), and the summers are hot and humid with significant rainfall, spring and autumn are enjoyable with pleasant weather and moderate temperatures.


                  In Bhutan, a private vehicle is used for all modes of transportation, including airport transfers, intercity travel, and city tours. A driver and tour guide will meet you at the Paro International Airport arrival gate in a private vehicle, and you'll probably ride in the same vehicle for the whole of your Bhutan tour.

                  Likewise, airport transfers and city tours will be conducted in a private vehicle in Nepal.


                  While in Nepal, we offer bed and breakfast in a 3-star hotel in the heart of Kathmandu. You will have access to tidy, spacious rooms with attached Western-style bathrooms. The rooms are available on a twin or double-sharing basis. Please let us know ahead of time if you prefer single-occupancy accommodations.

                  Bhutan offers lodging in hotels approved by the government and similar to 3 or 4-star hotels. The government categorizes the hotels as A, B, and C. In both Thimpu and Paro, you'll stay the night in an "A" hotel. Your spotless hotel room will be equipped with all the amenities you need.

                  Meals in Nepal and Bhutan

                  Breakfasts in Nepal are served in hotels you stay the night, whereas lunch and dinner are not included in our package. Since there are so many restaurants serving different cuisines in the locations you travel to, you can choose to eat anything. When visiting Nepal; we advise that you try "Dah Bhat," a classic Nepalese dish, at least once.

                  Our package includes all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) in Bhutan. You will eat breakfast and dinner in the hotel where you stay, but lunch will be served at outstanding local restaurants where you may choose from a variety of continental, Bhutanese, Nepalese, Indian, Tibetan Chinese, and other cuisines. As Bhutanese are fond of spicy food, you can inform your server when placing the order if you have a low tolerance for the spices. The national cuisine of Bhutan, Ema Datsi, which includes cheese and chile, should not be missed.

                  Entry VISA and Travel Permit

                  Getting a visa for Nepal is simple. You can obtain a VISA upon arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport. You only need to complete a few pieces of paperwork, pay the necessary fee, and then head to the immigration station with your passport.

                  Nepal VISA fees are as follows:

                  • US$ 30 for 15 days
                  • US$ 50 for 30 days
                  • US$ 125 for 90 days

                  Note: Citizens of a few nations must get a Nepal VISA from the respective embassies or consulates of the Nepal government before traveling.

                  While you have to get the Nepal VISA by yourself, the travel agency you book your trip with will obtain your Bhutan VISA. Our package includes a Butan Entry VISA fee, which costs US$40 per person. The price of the package also includes additional fees, such as the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF), which is $200 a day.

                  We also pay for all other entry costs to historical sites, museums, and national parks.

                  Tour Guides 

                  The cities of Nepal are yours to explore on your own if you want, but a tour guide makes your excursion much more effective. Your tour guide will not only provide you with insightful information about the places you visit but will also obtain entry tickets for you and assist you in interacting with the locals. We provide certified English-speaking guides to travel with you and educate you about every location you visit in Nepal.

                  To visit Bhutan, you must hire a tour guide. You will have a native tour guide with you from the time you arrive at the airport until you leave the country. These tour guides are knowledgeable, proficient English speakers and have received certification from the Bhutan Tourism Council.

                  FAQsNepal Bhutan Luxury Tour - 8 Days frequently asked questions
                  • The best way is to carry a VISA or Master Card to withdraw money from ATMs in Nepal and Bhutan. In that way, you don’t have to worry about the hassle of currency exchange. However, there are some charges applied per withdrawal/transaction. Almost all bank ATMs and stores in the cities accept international VISA or Master cards. You can also bring cash and exchange it for NPR or BTN in Kathmandu and Thimpu.

                  • Outfitter Nepal is one of the top travel agencies in Nepal with experience of more than 15 years. We have been providing well-designed travel packages to Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet to travelers from all around the world at the best price possible. We’re associated with an experienced and licensed tour operator in Bhutan to take care of your travels in Bhutan.

                    If you want to book the tour or need more information regarding the trip, please get in touch with us.

                  • Yes, we can tailor-make the trip to suit your requirements and schedule. If you want to make changes to the itinerary or upgrade accommodation, you can contact us via email or Whatsapp, and we’ll see what we can do for you. 

                  • No, there isn’t any limitation on how many people can visit Bhutan every year. However, due to its “High value, low impact” policy, and high Sustainable Development Fee (SDF), fewer people visit Bhutan annually compared to other countries.

                  • Nepal is known for its Mt. Everest and the great Himalayas. So, the best thing you can do in Nepal is trekking, hiking, or mountaineering. Nepal is also blessed with unique nature and culture, so you can go on natural and cultural tours like this one. Similarly, you can enjoy sightseeing tours, hiking, trekking, tasting local cuisine, and observing Bhutanese festivals. 

                  • If solo implies traveling independently without hiring a guide or without being associated with any tour operator, the answer is “NO” because independent traveling isn’t allowed in Bhutan. However, if you’re a single person traveling, you’re more than welcome to visit Bhutan via a licensed tour operator.

                  • Yes. As English is the language of instruction in private schools in Nepal and all schools in Bhutan except for one national language class, it is understood and spoken by literate people in both countries. However, the older generations and people from rural areas will have trouble with English.

                  • While civil servants are required to wear traditional Bhutanese costumes (Gho for men, Kira for women) during working hours, there are no restrictions on what travelers can wear. However, make sure to wear decent clothes with full sleeves while visiting the temples and monasteries out of respect for the Bhutanese culture and religion. You can wear anything when you’re in Nepal.

                  • Yes, travel insurance is mandatory to apply for Bhutan VISA. So, make sure to get yourself travel insurance from a trusted insurance company. In general, it’s always safe to have insurance while traveling overseas.

                  • Nepal and Bhutan are one of the safest South Asian countries. People here are friendly and inviting. Bhutanese are some of the happiest people in the world, with very few or no crimes at all. You’re completely safe in Nepal and Bhutan, but it’s best to take extra care of yourself and your belongings while traveling. You’ll be accompanied by your tour guide to keep you safe anyway.

                  • Nepal and Bhutan are both all-year-round destinations. You can book the trip for any time you’re free. However, spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit Nepal and Bhutan due to the moderate temperature and clear atmosphere with great views. Spring, especially, gives a vibrant ambiance to the surrounding, with wildflowers like Rhododendrons covering the vegetation of the hilly region. Winters (October to February) are cold but bearable, whereas summers (June to August) are too hot and rainy, with landslides blocking the roads. 

                  • Nepal uses the Nepalese Rupee (NPR), and Bhutan uses the Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN) as the official currency. Indian Rupee (INR) up to the bill of INR 500 is also accepted in most parts of Nepal and Bhutan.

                  • In case you cancel or shorten your visit, SDF will be refunded. Your SDF refund procedure will begin after you leave Bhutan, and you must apply online for the refunds. Please contact your tour operator in this regard.

                  • In order to attract a sustainable number of high-value visitors who’d respect the Bhutanese culture and prefer to have a rich experience, the Bhutanese government has implemented a Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) of $200 per day. Children between 6 to 12 years get a 50% discount on the SDF, while children below 6 don’t have to pay the fee. The visitors get everything from accommodation to transportation, meals, and a licensed tour guide for this fee for a day. The fund is utilized in development projects, health care, and education.

                  • Due to the Bhutan government’s “High Value, Low Impact Tourism” policy, strict guidelines are implemented to practice sustainable tourism while providing the best experience to the visitors and preserving the unique Bhutanese culture and nature. That’s why Bhutan tours are expensive, but you’ll get to experience authentic Bhutan, and it’s totally worth the price.

                  • Unfortunately not. Due to government regulations, you’re supposed to apply for a Bhutan VISA via a licensed tour operator. You can only book a flight once your VISA is approved, and only your tour operator can do so.

                  • You can enter Bhutan by taking a flight to the only international airport of Bhutan in Paro. Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines run flights from major Indian cities (Delhi, Kolkata, Bodh Gaya, Guwahati) and other countries like Thailand (BKK), Singapore (SIN), Bangladesh (Dhaka), and Nepal (KTM). Outfitter Nepal flies you from Kathmandu to Paro (airfare included in the package cost). They’ve three other entry ports on the border of Bhutan and India, but it’s tedious.

                  • It is the regulation of the Bhutan Government that one must book a tour with licensed tour operators in Bhutan or their international associates. We team up with professional tour operators in Bhutan to provide the best services. These tour operators take care of everything, like arranging a tour guide, transportation, accommodation, and meals during your visit

                  • The cost of the Nepal Bhutan Tour depends on the duration of your visit, the types of services you take (budget to luxury), and the time of the tour. Off-seasons are slightly cheaper than the peak seasons. Outfitter Nepal offers several Nepal Bhutan Tour packages starting from US$ 1800 to US$ 4000. 

                  Client ReviewsTravelers talk about Outfitter Nepal
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                    Mart GAustralia,May 24, 2019
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                    Unforgettable Nepal - Bhutan tour

                    I got a recommendation from my boss, who did ABC trek with Outfitter Nepal in 2012. Our tour was both cultural exploring and trekking oriented. We had numerous requests to be fulfilled by Outfitter Nepal during planning period.

                    They built perfect itinerary which covered all our wishes. Although the itinerary was packed with activities and travelling everything worked like a swiss watch! Accurate pickups and transfers, convenient accommodations, lovely treks, infinite attractions, great local food and, of course, excellent team. We really enjoyed this tour.

                    Recommend going to Nepal with Outfitter Nepal. Good value for money. Dreams come true with professionals!

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