If you don't fancy doing the trek and want to just experience the mountain views in Pokhara, then you can just stay at Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge or Pavilions which offers better accommodation and the option of more leisurely day walks
There is something wonderful about combining both Nepal and Bhutan, as although they seem like similar destinations as they are both in the Himalayas, they are both so unique and compliment the other perfectly. It’s like having a cup of tea with biscuits; of course you can do one or the other, but combined on an itinerary, it makes for such an amazing overall experience. In Nepal, you get the best of the wonderful snow-capped views and the chance to trek right under these mighty peaks. Nepal has such a colourful history, and a walk through Kathmandu’s Durbar Squares reveals a story that intrigues everyone. In Bhutan, you see the influences of Tibetan Buddhism; a culture so timeless and preserved that you feel like its an honour to travel through the country.
|Day 1-2||Kathmandu||The Inn at Patan Dwarika’s|
|Day 3||Birethanti||Sanctuary Lodge Sanctuary Lodge|
|Day 4||Ghandruk||Himalaya Lodge Himalaya Lodge|
|Day 5||Lhankdruk||La Bee Lodge La Bee Lodge|
|Day 6||Majgaun||Gurung Lodge Gurung Lodge|
|Day 7||Kathmandu||Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Dwarika’s|
|Day 8-9||Punakha||Dhensa Uma Punakha|
|Day 10-12||Paro||Naksel Boutique Hotel & Spa Uma Paro|
|Day 13||Dhulikhel||Dwarika’s Dhulikhel Dwarika’s Dhulikhel|
We arrange totally bespoke trips and design an itinerary that is designed around you. You may have seen a suggested itinerary that we can base your plans around, or we can start with a blank sheet and paper and design something from scratch. You can leave a phone number and suggest a time to call you back, and we can also arrange to do this during the evenings or at weekends if you are busy during the daytime. We can also meet up with you in you fancy a coffee and are based in and around London.