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This 22 days Nepal Tibet and Bhutan tour is time and money saving

You can visit all of the three Himalayan countries of Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan in one journey and save your time and money to plan each country as a separate trip. Group joining, fixed departure dates during the peak season make it even cost effective for individual travelers.
This 22 days Nepal Tibet and Bhutan tour is time and money saving
PR-Inside.com: 2017-08-02 07:58:19
Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan spans the loftiest peaks of the Himalayas. These countries geographical position and wilderness kept it aloof from colonists and any other changes that rest of its neighbors were going through. As a result Tibetan Buddhism, pre-Buddhist Bon practices were well preserves and practiced without disturbances until now. The land masses and hidden valleys fortified by gushing glacial rivers and high mountain passes nourished its other worldly sensation till the day. Many of the Himalayan Shangri-La’s were open for outside world only in 70es and 80es and 90es.


Many of these hidden valleys’ culture, archaeology and civilizations were so fragile that respective government had to regulate tourism by making permits expensive, educating tour groups to take measures that will have less impact in the local environment and culture. Tourism in both Bhutan and Tibet are regulated by government ensuring healthy competition and minimum contribution to the local employment and welfare, heritage and cultural preservation. Only registered tour agencies can issues the travel permits and visas of Tibet, Bhutan and restricted areas of Nepal. “Monitoring tourism in such a sensitive places is good practice but government also needs to ensure that the revenue collected goes in preservation of local culture, heritage and environment. Government has also failed to implement master plan to promote tourism as well as develop the area. Haphazard extension of roads and other unthoughtful development projects have ruined local tourism and displaced locals.” explains Kopila Sen, Managing Director of ‘iTourNepal.com P Ltd’ a sustainable tour company.

iTourNepal.com P Ltd have been organizing sustainable Himalayan tours and treks that contributes to local economy and employment bringing positive impact on local culture and environment. The 22 days Nepal Tibet Bhutan tour is one of its popular package. The company organizes all regional flights, visa and travel permits, accommodations and guided tours, making it less stressful for the travelers. Small group of 4 – 6 are formed for the fixed departure dates set for the season. The tour could be customized for 14 days and can be operated as private trip as well.

More about the tour at: www.itournepal.com/nepaltibetbhutantour.php

Press Information
iTourNepal.com P Ltd.
Nasanh Dyah Marg, Thamel


Kathmandu 44600 , Nepal

Rabindra Adhikari
Tour Manager
977 1 4363643 , 4412011
email
www.itournepal.com


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