Lands of ethereal natural beauty and cultural splendors that reach back through the centuries, Nepal and Tibet offer an incomparable journey that speaks to the heart, mind, and spirit of every adventurer. Journey Pace: Active & Challenging

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18+19 days from $13980.00

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Day 1+2

Depart Home /Bangkok, Thailand

Gather for a welcome reception and dinner.

Day 3+4

Kathmandu, Nepal

Fly to Kathmandu. Visit the World Heritage Site of Swayambhunath and the Garden of Dreams.

Day 5-7

Nepalgunj & Bardia National Park

Fly to Nepalgunj, then drive to Bardia National Park. Join expert naturalists on jeep safaris and a river cruise.

Day 8+9

Kathmandu & Pokhara

Fly to Pokhara via Kathmandu. The next day, tour Phewa Lake, Devil’s Falls, and Gupteswar Cave.

Day 10


Fly to Kathmandu and enjoy time at your leisure.

Day 11+12

Lhasa, Tibet & Tsedang

Fly to Lhasa and drive to Tsedang. On Day 12, visit Yambulakhang, Trandruk Monastery, and Chongye.

Day 13-15


Drive to Lhasa with a stop at Samye Monastery.

Day 16


Drive to Shigatse with a stop at Yamdrok Lake. In Gyantse, visit the Pachu monastery complex.

Day 17


Visit Tashilhunpo Monastery, then return to Lhasa.

Day 18+19

Chengdu, China /Home

Fly to Chengdu. The next day, depart for home or on to your next destination.


Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, Bangkok

Located next to the airport, you can travel from the hotel to your gate in 5 minutes by the hotel shuttle, or 10 minutes walking through the connecting underground walkway - the ultimate convenience and time-saver! This modern hotel has features and services including an outdoor swimming pool with swim-up bar, health club, business center, gift shop, and laundry and dry cleaning service. There are five restaurants to satisfy any appetite. Your Travcoa Club room is air conditioned, and has satellite TV, internet access, in-room safe, mini bar, coffee-tea maker, a marble bathroom with a separate bath and shower, bathrobes, and a hairdryer. You also have full access to the Executive Lounge that serves cocktails each evening.

Dwarika’'s Hotel, Kathmandu

The magnificence of Dwarika's is its buildings of intricate carved wood and terracotta work that must have taken 10 million hours of the best craftsmen in Nepal. Every brick is handmade and every piece of wood work a centuries old original. But Dwarika's is also about intimate luxury and the spirit and hospitality of the Nepali people.

Tiger Tops Karnali Lodge, Bardia

With nine newly decorated rooms Karnali Lodge is the epitome of comfort. The rooms, designed to minimize their impact on the environment, are adorned in soft natural colors and fabrics. As part of its commitment to responsible tourism, Karnali Lodge runs almost entirely on solar energy. For ten years Karnali has been cultivating its own organic vegetable farm. Today the Lodge is close to self-sufficient, providing an abundant array of fresh fruit and vegetables for guests to enjoy. Unwind in a sunny spot at the Lodge garden, curl up with a good book and cool drink, and idle the day away. An area of extraordinary beauty and abundant wildlife, a visit to Karnali Lodge is a journey of adventure.

Hotel Atithi Resort & Spa, Pokhara

Atithi Resort and Spa is a unique resort seated at the heart of the city of lakes, Pokhara. The tranquil environment in Atithi will keep guests fresh and energetic as they stand close to the scenic canvas of the beautiful Annapurna Himalayan Range. Atithi is richly furnished with the modern architecture and amenities, and it is located in an area called Shanti Patan - within convenient walking distance for the city’s most important services.

Yarlung River Hotel, Tsedang

Located in the cultural birthplace of Tibet, Yarlung River Hotel is designed according to the five-star hotel standards. The Yarlung River Hotel is 90 kilometers from the Lhasa Gonggar Airport and is equipped with one hundred thirty-eight rooms. Its restaurant serves Cantonese cuisine, Sichuan cuisine, Tibetan food, Western food, Japanese and Korean dishes. In addition, guests can enjoy various Tibetan activities, such as a Tibetan Wedding Ceremony, fishing and a bonfire party. Photo by Eva, Flickr

St. Regis Lhasa Resort, Lhasa

Standing on the “Roof of the World,” the St. Regis Lhasa Resort brings the renowned St. Regis lifestyle to the city with its timeless traditions and superlative service – all devoted to the pursuit of a truly unique experience. The resort features one hundred twenty-two luxury guest rooms, twenty-eight private villas, and twelve exquisite suites which affords guests views of the amazing landscapes of Tibet. Discerning travelers will enjoy the generous living spaces, as our signature St. Regis Butlers impeccably deliver a myriad of personalized services around the clock. The St. Regis Lhasa Resort offers our guests an experience that is exotic yet familiar.

Tashi Choten Hotel, Shigatse

Tashi Choten Hotel is a comfortable Tibetan cultural theme hotel, close to Jokhang Temple, the Potala Palace, and Barkor Street. Both inside and outside of the hotel decorated in traditional Tibetan folk style. The fifth floor of the hotel includes a tea house where guests can enjoy the view of Lhasa below.

Shangri-La Hotel, Chengdu

Located in the city'’s cosmopolitan Jinjiang District, Shangri-La Hotel, Chengdu enjoys spectacular views of the Jinjiang River. The features and services at the hotel are extensive and modern. The hotel has a full-service business center, gift shop, hair salon, and laundry and valet service. There is a fitness center, indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, game room and a newly opened Chi, The Spa offering a variety of services to sooth your mind and body. The hotel consists of 593 luxurious and spacious guestrooms, each including amenities such as international direct dial phone, in-room safe, rainforest showerhead, mini bar, coffee/tea maker, internet access and a plasma TV.