Overview of Nepal, Tibet & Bhutan Tour
Tibet is the land of awesome landscapes and ancient Buddhist Cultures where the artistic monastery decorates the land and the centuries old caravan trail is situated. The autonomous land of China, Tibet lies on average elevation of 4000 m. The Mt. Kailash is taken as the abode of the God Shiva through Hindus is the most popular pilgrimage site not only for Hindus but equally important site for the Buddhist also. Lhasa the capital city of Tibet is another attraction where the Potala Palace of the Dalai Lama is situated and other numbers of monasteries.
Bhutan is Asia’s small country with the area of 46,500 square kilometers bordered with Sikkim and West Bengal in the west, Tibet to the north and northwest, Arunachal Pradesh to the east, and Bengal Duars and Assam to the south.
The mystery, the nature, the culture and age old traditions are the attractions of Bhutan. Tourism in Bhutan was privatized by the Royal Government of Bhutan in 1991. The Royal Government of Bhutan adheres strongly to a policy of low volume, high value tourism.
Major Attractions: The city of temples and stupas Kathamndu / Lhasa of Tibet and Potala Palace with Buddhism and then Bhutan in a single holiday period.