Nepal & Bhutan with the Crane Festival

Tiger's Nest Monastery, Bhutan
October 29, 2019
21 Days
Overland Adventure
14 Guests
Nepal & Bhuan

Expedition Highlights

  • Experience the perfect blend of this region’s fascinating culture, stunning scenery, and rich wildlife on a new itinerary.
  • Explore the subtropical forests of Chitwan National Park on foot, by boat, and on game drives.
  • Visit Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan’s most famous monastery.
  • Witness a variety of birds and wildlife from black-necked cranes and spotted eagles to one-horned rhinos and wild elephants.
  • Spend a full day in Thimphu—the main residence of the King—and visit the National Library and Textile and Folk Heritage Museum.

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