Travel to the “top of the world” in Nepal and Bhutan and meet the people of these distant lands, home to Buddhist monks and Hindu deities. 

Starting at: $6,774 * Includes airfare, taxes & all fees Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
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Himalayan Kingdoms

A Journey to Nepal & Bhutan

15 days from $6,774 | includes airfare, taxes and all fees

Travel to the “top of the world” in Nepal and Bhutan and meet the people of these distant lands, home to Buddhist monks and Hindu deities. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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Hyatt Regency Kathmandu

Kathmandu, Nepal

The Hyatt Regency in Kathmandu is a mere ten minutes walking distance from one of the most holy shrines of Tibetan Buddhism outside of Tibet – the Bodnath Stupa. It is also very close to the business and shopping district. There are two restaurant choices within the hotel, one with a fantastic view of the Bodnath Stupa and its surroundings. Other onsite services include 24-hour room service, a beauty salon, and concierge services. The rooms include a hair dryer, a mini-bar, a coffee maker, a morning newspaper, wireless Internet access, and an in-room safe. While staying at this hotel, many guests visit the Club Oasis Spa. The spa features a fitness centre, a swimming pool, three tennis courts, and a health and beauty spa.

Number of nights: 3

Club Himalaya Nagarkot

Nagarkot, Nepal

Club Himalaya Nagarkot sits at 7,200 feet and commands spectacular panoramic views of the valley and of the snowcapped Himalayans, particularly at sunrise or sunset.  The hotel offers several restaurants and bar, rooftop observatory, indoor swimming pool, fitness center, spa with sauna and massage treatments, and library.  Each of the 52 air-conditioned guest rooms features private bath with hair dryer, private balcony, TV, and phone.

Number of nights: 2

Druk Hotel

Thimphu , Bhutan

Centrally located in the heart of Thimphu, Druk Hotel is a close walk to many cafés and restaurants. The 53-room hotel offers a modern and elegant atmosphere; and its design is influenced by nature with each floor subtly representing water, air, earth, fire, and sky. Amenities include a restaurant, bar, spa, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, and laundry and dry cleaning services. Each of the air-conditioned guest rooms has a private bath, tea- and coffee-making facilities, mini-bar, TV, and phone. 

Number of nights: 2

Khuru Resort

Punakha, Bhutan

Opened in 2016, the Khuru Resort is nestled among the hills of Punakha and sits on the banks of the Punakha river. This simple but comfortable hotel offers a restaurant, bar, spa, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, and laundry facilities.  Each of the 48 guest rooms has a private bath, tea- and coffee-making facilities, TV, and phone.

Number of nights: 2

Zhiwa Ling

Paro, Bhutan

Zhiwa Ling means "Place of Peace," and this hotel certainly lives up to its name. It has elaborate hand-carved wooden cornices and stunning stonework. There is also a traditional Bhutanese outdoor hot-stone bath, a Tea House, and a Meditation House. Honoring the spiritual heritage of this ancient Buddhist kingdom, a temple has been built into the second floor of the hotel, made with 450-year-old timbers from the famous Gangtey Monastery. There are two restaurants, one with international cuisine, and the other which focuses on classic Bhutanese dishes. Each of the rooms comes equipped with oak-wood floors, hand-knotted rugs, and furniture which reflect the heritage of the country, as well as the skill of the local craftsmen.

Number of nights: 3