Geographically diverse Nepal contains the world's highest mountains, subtropical forests and captivating cultures.
During a visit to the Buddhist complex of Swayambhunath and other stops, you may have a chance to meet monks of all ages.
Bardia National Park in Nepal hosts 53 species of mammals, including the endangered one-horned rhinoceros.
Bhutan is dedicated to preserving its deep Buddhist traditions and pristine landscapes,
Trails, foot bridges and unpaved roads provide unparalleled views of villages, mountains and the countryside.
Join us for a new and intimate, insider’s discovery of the world’s most peaceful kingdom—Bhutan. Called the “Land of the Thunder Dragon,” quality of life is measured in terms of Gross National Happiness, rather than purely material measures—though Bhutan’s citizens live comfortable, serene lives. Until quite recently, this tiny country remained in splendid isolation, dedicated to preserving its deep Buddhist traditions and pristine landscapes. Geographically diverse Nepal contains the world's highest mountains, subtropical forests and captivating cultures.
Natural Jewels of Bhutan & Nepal Visit Taktsang Monastery, the famous “Tiger’s Nest” perched half a mile up on an impossibly sheer mountain cliff. Explore Bardia National Park in Nepal, home to Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos, Asian elephants and sloth bears. Visit Nepali forests, glorious mountain vistas and serene villages.
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