Hiking Holiday Bumthang cultural leisure 19 Days

Tourism Information of Beautiful Nepal

December ,January and February

It  is called the winter season in Nepal. It is a season for snowfall in mountain region above 4300m  in Nepal. So trekking is possible below 4500m during this period. This season is noted for occasional snowfall at higher elevations in Himalayas. Though it gets colder in night, often it offers the clear day / blue sky and relatively less trekkers on the trail.Sunrise and Sunset are seen very clear and beautiful in this season. So tourist who wants to pass short holidays during this period Himalayan vacation Treks and Expedition welcomes to see splendid view of nature.  During this period, we arrange family tour to experience natural beauty with short hikings and cultural tour.It is suitable for homestay tour through which  different rituals and culture can be experienced during this period. The famous homestay like Sailung Timal homestay,Timal homestay, Tamang Heritage Homestay, Ghalegaon Homestay are the special places to visit. Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition arranges tour  for this places. Chitawan National park  Bardiya National Park are also the places to have live experience of culture and rituals.

March , April and May

It is spring season which is known as trekking season in Nepal. A smooth wind and gentle breeze is felt all over the country. Sunny days and clear  weather are the supportive factors  for trekking in this season. Presence of cloud can be seen in the sky during this season.So a short rainfall can be felt during this period.  It is the season of expedition and climbing high peaks in Nepal .So many tourist from different parts of the world come to climb peaks above 7000m in this season. Himalyan Vacation   Treks and Expedition arranges  tour and journey for climbing during this period.Peak climbing period can be enlength upto June so Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition arranges attractive programmes during this period.This period offer  plenty of opportunities for clear mountain views. It is also the time for flowers to blossom, and the national flower of Nepal – rhododendrons – coat the mountainsides with its colorful beauty throughout the spring.Except rhododendrons , many kind of natural flora and fauna makes Nepal very beautiful during this season

June ,July and August

It is rainy season in Nepal. As it is the season of heavy rainfall. it is also known as the crops harvesting season in Nepal. In this season, trekking is slight difficult in Nepal.  These times are blessed for the keen botanist as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation. Trekking in the rain-shadow (places are out of reach of the rain clouds because of the high mountains) areas north of the Himalaya like Upper Mustang and Dolpo could be an ideal trek selection. However, Himalayan vacation  Treks and Expedition arranges  tour and trek during this period in dry areas. We  arrange treks and tour in dry areas like  Mustang , Upper Dolpa ,   Leh Ladakh (India) and Tibet.

September , October and November

Moderate temperatures, clear sky with outstanding views, making it a great time to do any of our trek. Occasional short storms may dump snow at high altitudes.This is the season of feast and festivals. This is also known as the special season for flowers in Nepal. Marigold is the popular and found best in this season. Temples and holy places are visited during this period. Festivals like  Dashain , Tihar  and Chhath are celebrated during this season. Long national holidays are offered for this festival for civil workers. This season is known as the king of the season. No rainfall, sunny days and moderate temperature are the most favourable factors of this season for treks and tours in Nepal.Every kind of treks and tours can be done during this period.So many tourist come to see beautiful Nepal in this season.  Many trekking routes are full of tourist during this season. Peaks 6000m to 7000m are the best destination for climbing  in this season.Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition welcomes tourist to feel the splendid view of nature  of  Nepal in this season.


You are welcomed to Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal renowned for historical monuments, Hindu Temples, and Buddhist Stupas/Monasteries. We meet our guests at the Tribhuvan International Airport. A representative will be waiting with a Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition placard with our guests’ names displayed. After dropping luggage at the hotel, guests are taken for a short sightseeing tour. In the evening, guests are invited to a Welcome Dinner at a Nepali restaurant.


A local guide will be available. According to your wishes, the guide will escort you for sightseeing. Sightseeing may include the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupati,  Boudhanath, Patan Durbar Square, and the Swoyambhunath areas.  Starting after breakfast, usually at 9.00am, the exploration of Kathmandu Valley can continue until 5.00pm. Lunch and dinner, you will be responsible for.


Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition will manage vehicle and a staff to drop our valuable guests at the airport in Kathmandu. Our guests will be received at Paro airport by our Bhutanese agent and transfer to the hotel; check-in  & some rest.

After lunch drive to the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong, 16 km up the valley built in 1647 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, father and unifier of medieval Bhutan. The Dzong was destroyed by accidental fire and left in ruins as an evocative reminder of the great victories it was built to commemorate. Explore the ramparts and on a clear day experience an unforgettable view of Mt. Jumolhari (7,314 Mtrs.).

Drive back to visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the holiest and oldest monasteries in Bhutan built in 659 A.D by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gyampo.

Later, visit a traditional Bhutanese Farm House.

Evening at leisure in Paro town

Dinner & overnight Hotel


Following early breakfast, excursion to view & visit the spectacular Takshang Monastery; “Takshang” literally means Tiger’s Nest.  The Monastery is believed to have been built in 1684 on the spot where Guru Rimpoche (founder of Buddhism in Bhutan) flew on the back of a Tigress and meditated to subdue the demons in Paro valley. The trail to the Monastery climbs through beautiful pine forest, many of the trees festooned with Spanish moss and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. This incredible Monastery clings vertically to the edge of a granite rock cliff that plunges 900 meters above the valley floor.

Lunch at Takshang Cafeteria.

Later visit Taa Dzong, formerly a watch tower but now houses the National Museum. Taa Dzong holds unique and varied collections, ranging from ancient armor to textiles, Thangkha paintings, stamps, coins and natural history.

Walk down the hillside terrain to visit Rimpong Dzong, built in 1646 during the time of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. It now houses Paro’s monk body and offices of the civil administration. Rimpong Dzong is the venue for the famous Paro Tsechu festival, held annually in the spring.

Continue to walk down-hill and through the traditional cantilever wooden bridge to Paro town.

Dinner & overnight Hotel


  • Following early breakfast, sightseeing of Thimphu

Visit Memorial Chorten, Changangkha Monastery, Zilukha Nunnery, National Library, Folk Heritage Museum, Zorig Chosum (Painting School), Post & Telegraph office to view Bhutanese stamps, Takkin (national animal) Preservation center, Sangyegang view point, Buddha’s Point, Handicrafts Emporium, Bhutanese Handmade Paper factory and Tashichhodzong (the central secretariat building).

Lunch at a local restaurant and drive to Punakha

Dinner & overnight Hotel


Early breakfast and visit Punakha Dzong, which looks like a ship between two rivers i.e. Pho Chu and Mo Chu

Visit Khamsum Yule Monastery.

Continue sightseeing; visit Chimmi Lhakhang (a temple of fertility which is regarded as a pilgrimage site for barren couple).

Drive further to Wangduephodrang to visit town and drive to Bumthang.

Overnight Hotel


Full day sightseeing -visit Jakar Dzong, Jambay Lhakhang (Monastery), Kurjee Lhakhang (Monastery), Thamsing and Kencho Sum Lhakhang (Monastery), Swiss Farm, Bumthang sheep farm, Diary farm & Juice factory.

Overnight Hotel/Guest House


Walk through Duer Chhu crossing suspension bridge and a carving of Lord Buddha on the rock beyond the bridge and pass through Bumthang Chhu(River) along government animal husbandry office and Thankabi Goemba.

Follow the left bank of Bumthang Chhu over Tibetan-style Chorten surrounded by prayer flags and a further steep climb, you will reach Ngang Lhakhang. There are two water-driven prayer wheels around the camp site. Distance is 12 kms, takes approximately 4-5 hours.

Overnight Camp


Beyond Ngang Lhankhang, the trail takes you through more level area and thick forest of bamboo, forming sunless and cold. With lots of climbing and descending, you will reach the camping site at Tahung. Distance is 16 kms, and takes approximately 6 hours.

Overnight Camp


The trekking route leads downstream next to the river, sometime on the road, and sometime on the footpath, to reach Tang valley at an altitude of 2640 Meters. You can move down to Mesithang, which is 2 km south of Tang. Distance is 16 kms, and takes approximately 5-6 hours. Your vehicle will be at Mesithang to receive you and drive to the hotel.

Overnight Guest House


Early breakfast and drive back to Thimphu. Overnight Hotel


Today we travel to Kathmandu by air. Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition will manage vehicle and a staff to receive our valuable guests at the airport. If we have time, we can go to look around or go for shopping  in Kathmandu.


This day is free too. If you wish, a sightseeing trip to the ancient temple/king’s seat of the world heritage site of incredible Bhaktapur can be arranged.  The tour lasts 4 hours, and will cost an additional upcharge. In the evening, a Farewell Dinner is given by Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition.


A Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition staff representative will take our valuable guests to the airport (3 hours prior to your flight) and bid goodbye. It will be not only goodbye, but also the welcome for next visit to Nepal.