Exclusive Tailor-Made & Private Tours In the Himalayan Mountains
An exclusive discovery of the Himalaya. The cultural richness of the Himalaya population of Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan in a single Journey. Join us for a unique Journey to discover the cultural treasures of such population.
At the start, a guided sightseeing of Kathmandu of the UNESCO heritage sites. You are surrounded by thousand colours and sounds. But you feel then delighted in the preserved heritage premium accommodation. The senses are at worked, the mind released of the daily tensions.
A day full of contrasts. A great introduction of Nepal, its traditions and culture.
During the one-and-half hour of your flight to Lhasa, catch the beauty of the Himalaya range. The snow-capped summits of the highest mountain range on earth are closer than ever. The first step in the autonomous region of China makes you feel in another dimension.
The legendary Tibet and its high Plateau. Here you are. The enchantment of the pilgrims and the murmur of their mantra (prayer) Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum accompanies you through the alleys of the historical centre of Lhasa. The authentic spectacle is intense. Pious pilgrims from every corner of Tibet gather around Jokhang Temple on Bharkor Street in their traditional costume.
On one hand, the cultural treasures of the various UNESCO world heritage sites. On the other hand, the impressive landscape of the roof of the World. A combination for an unforgettable Journey.
Before heading to Bhutan, enjoy the oasis of the prestigious Dwarika Hotel in Kathmandu. But the charm of discovery of the Himalayan culture takes then the lead again. After a flight, this time along the Himalayan range, we explore the small Kingdom of Bhutan.
This Journey brings us first through the valley of Paro and its numerous Dzongs (fortresses of Bhutan). As highlight, we discover then the famous Taktsang “Tiger’s Nest”. This Monastery is perched on a rocky ledge 900 meters above the valley. An inspiring legend per se!
An exclusive introduction to the uniquely preserved culture, as well as the natural beauty of the Dragon Kingdom.
Relax before flight back home
Finally, back to Nepal, indulge yourself at the Dwarika’s Resort in Dhulikhel. A large options of wellbeing are available in the middle of a fantastic landscape.
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Dwarika hotel in Kathmandu is a heritage hotel and one of the most prestigious five stars hotel in Nepal. It takes its inspiration from the architectural grandeur of the Newari royal palaces. The amalgamation of Nepal’s heritage together with its longstanding tradition of hospitality makes Dwarika Kathmandu an intimate experience of a refined Nepali lifestyle.
It has an outdoor swimming pool et 4 restaurants bars.
Dwarika Resort Dhulikhel is the luxurious alternative to the Dwarika Hotel in Kathmandu. An approximate one-and-a-half-hour drive from Kathmandu to discover the magical serene natural setting and rural heritage on the hill foot above Kathmandu. Set over 20 acres, the grounds offer panoramic views of the Himalayas and the surrounding valleys. The property is designed in the spirit of a traditional Nepali village, with trails, glades and terraced farms interspersed within the ecology of a verdant woodland. Its spa draws on Himalayan herbs and unique treatments to achieve complete relaxation and rejuvenation.
Shangri La (Lhasa)
When arriving at the luxury urban resort of Shangri-La Hotel in Lhasa, a copy of "Lost Horizon" by James Hilton is awaiting the guests in their elegant and spacious room. This is the legendary story of Shangri-La, a paradise for travelers high among the Himalayas – and the inspiration for the hotel's brand.
The hotel’s oxygen lounge and reflexology pavilion permits to adapt to Lhasa's altitude. The Spa offers relaxing massages after the cultural visits of the day.
The St Regis Resort (Lhasa)
Standing on the “Roof of the World,” The St. Regis Lhasa Resort offers refined luxury and superlative service. Potala Palace, Norbulingka and Jokhang Temple, all UNESCO World Heritage Sites, are situated nearby the Resort.
Three restaurants, wine bar, and tea room are part of The St Regis Resort serving local and international cuisine. The Spa, brings a uniquely Tibetan flavor to a soothing array of indulgent treatments.
Four Points by Sheraton (Lhasa)
The Four Points Hotel in Lhasa is located along the Lhasa River and provides beautiful views of the surrounding area. The Jokhang Temple is only a ten-minute walk from the hotel. Boutiques, cafes, parks and other tourist landmarks are less than fifteen minutes away from the hotel by car.
The hotel has many amenities, including a sauna, a lounge, a bar and a currency exchange. An onsite restaurant serves many types of cuisine.
Whilst reflecting the charm and sensibilities of Bhutan’s rich heritage, our selection of Bhutan Premium five-star accommodation offers contemporary elegance and modern comfort.
Amankora Resorts (Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Dzongkha, Gangtey)
Amankora’s five distinct, luxury lodges are located in the country’s central and western regions. Each one offers the luxury and convenience of a well-appointed private residence with its own character, setting and experience. Deriving its name from two words, ‘Aman’ meaning ‘peace’ in Sanskrit and ‘kora’ meaning ‘circular pilgrimage’ in Dzongkha, (Bhutan’s language), Amankora Resorts combine contemporary design with traditional features, along with an indulgent spa and impeccable dining.
Uma (Paro & Punakha)
These exclusive 5-star hotels are situated in the wildly beautiful Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. They reflect their own philosophy of “quiet comfort in inspiring, culture-rich locations.”
Zhiwa Ling Resort (Paro)
Nestled in the hills outside Paro, Zhiwa Ling heritage hotel is an architectural gem that unites Bhutanese culture and heritage with 21st-century comforts. Zhiwa Ling was built to carefully reflect the country's architectural vernacular: the design and interior meticulously embrace Bhutanese culture, using artwork, textiles, and sustainable wood construction. Zhiwa Ling is a work of art, painstakingly constructed, carved, and painted by Bhutanese artisans over five years. (National Geographic)
Set on 10 acres, Zhiwa Ling and its 45 rooms features a Spa with a fitness center, sauna, steam room and traditional Bhutanese outdoor hot-stone bath. Other features include a bar, business center, Tea House, conference rooms, a Meditation House and two restaurants specializing in contemporary international cuisine and classic Bhutanese dishes.