Nowadays, Himalayan countries (Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan) attract lot of tourists from across the world. That’s why; a lot of travelers chose the Nepal tour packages for making their trip amazing and memorable. Here is given some of the best attractions to visit there that will helpful to make your journey unforgettable, such as
In Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour, as you reach Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, sightseeing includes Pashupatinath Temple, and a walk to Boudhanath, the biggest Buddhist Stupa in Nepal. The next stop, Bhaktapur, an engaging town, offers indigenous art forms like pottery and thangka painting. Another event in the town is a visit to Durbar Square, a medieval monument with various structures in mixed-style architecture. The road to Nagarkot is taken from here.
Offerings by Nagarkot
Nagarkot offers temple visits and expansive views of Everest on the one hand and of the valley on the other. If you would like to trek, Nagarkot will never disappoint you. Next, a return to Kathmandu city is made, where the remaining sites in the city, including Kumari Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa with a hilltop view of the valley, and Kathmandu Durbar Square, and a thriving bazaar with eclectic art and craft wares.
“Tashi Delek”: A Tibetan Wish
As you leave Kathmandu airport for Gonggar International, Lhasa, be prepared for certain precautions: you will need to acclimatize to the weather in Tibet, exposure to cold can get you in trouble, and High-Altitude Sickness (or Acute Mountain Sickness) needs to be avoided.
Other Places to Visit
The agenda comprises visits to Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Drepung and Sera Monasteries. Potala Palace, the current seat of the Dalai Lama, with its lofty footing looks down onto Lhasa town. Here you will find a 7th century temple, housing artefacts from Tibetan History down the ages. Also present are burial Stupas of past Dalai Lamas and a cave underground.
Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism is prominent and at Jokhang Temple, its principal seat, there lies a gilded statue of Shakyamuni (Buddha) in this holiest of the places in Tibet. About the temple runs Barkhor Street, with its bustle of shoppers and sellers, and the holy Kora, the circumambulation path for the pilgrim, offering a tranquilizing walk.
Outside of Lhasa stands the Drepung with the Dalai Lama’s previous seat, and then the Sera (‘wild rose’), where you want to attend the monks debating under trees. Even if you don’t understand a single utterance; the experience is worth its time.
To the land of the ‘Thunder Dragon’, you reach as you fly from Kathmandu, after having returned there from Lhasa airport. Mt. Jumolhari and Jichu Drake Peaks during your flight from Kathmandu would amaze you. And this is just a starter.
Time permitting, a visit to Kyichu Lhakhang (aka Kyerchu Temple) may be arranged. It is an ancient temple, the oldest, and surrounded by hills and flowery fields, houses numerous relics, artworks and the like, and another Shakyamuni Buddha statue. Paro valley and the 17th century Rinpung Dzong (fortress) its houses is the next stop.
The final stop is Thimpu, a must-see stop on almost all Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour packages. Unlike other capitals, it is overseen by rolling mountains and is a haven of history and traditional workmanship. The Late King’s Memorial Chorten, the National Library, Folk Heritage Museum and Hand-made Paper Factory, and the School of Arts and Crafts are places of interest here. The Tashichho Dzong (Thimpu Dzong), a prime monument in the country and the government headquarters, will provide the final touch. With this, you return to Paro Airport for the journey home.