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2017 Himalayan Kingdoms

Nov. 14 – 28unspecified
Tour Operator: Odysseys Unlimited
Price: From $4,797 (Air included from select gateways)
Tour Length: 15 days

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Your 15-day small group tour, limited to just 18 guests, begins in Kathmandu. Visit Swayambhunath Temple, an ancient and sacred Buddhist complex. Continue to the renowned 15th-century Boudhanath, UNESCO site and Nepal’s largest and most important Buddhist stupa. Travel to Patan and enjoy a walk through Patan Durbar Square, then take a scenic drive to Nagarkot, a hilltop village commanding a spectacular vista of Nepal’s major Himalayan peaks.  Bhaktapur is next, known for its fine artisans, abundant temples and colorful festivals. Fly to the Bhutanese capital of Thimphu.  Experience the Bhutanese culture first-hand as you dine with a Bhutanese family. Continue on to the former capital of Punakha via the Duchula Pass. Travel to historic Paro and tour Ta-Dzong. Conclude with a visit to Taktsang, the sacred Tiger’s Nest monastery and temple complex hanging from a cliff some 2,000 feet above the upper Paro Valley.

Schedule of Events

  • Day 1 : Depart US
  • Day 2 : Arrive in Kathmandu
  • Day 3 : Kathmandu
  • Day 4 : Kathmandu
  • Day 5 : Kathmandu / Nagarkot
  • Day 6 : Nagarkot
  • Day 7 : Nagarkot / Kathmandu / Thimphu
  • Day 8 : Thimphu
  • Day 9 : Thimphu / Paro / Punakha
  • Day 10 : Punakha
  • Day 11 : Punakha / Thimphu / Paro
  • Day 12 : Paro
  • Day 13 : Paro / Tiger's Nest Monestary
  • Day 14 : Paro / Kathmandu / Depart Nepal
  • Day 15 : Arrive in US

Additional Information

Note: Tour schedule is subject to change due to local conditions. Many excursions in this program involve an element of walking as some of the finest attractions are located in areas not closely accessible by motorcoach.

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All 2017 prices and itineraries (including port order) are tentative and subject to change; final pricing adjustments may occur after the release of marketing materials.

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