Soothing Bhutan Tour Package
3 Night 4 Days
Thimphu in Bhutan
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Soothing Bhutan Tour Package
A Buddhist Kingdom on the Himalayas edge, Bhutan is known for its Majestic fortresses, ancient monasteries and pictures of landscapes amidst steep mountains and valleys. The ideal 3-night 4 days Bhutan tour takes you on a journey you have been seeking all your life with its countless monasteries, untamed forest, indigenous flora and fauna, isolated trekking trails, surreal architecture, and a composed environment.
This Bhutan trip itinerary allows tourists to forget everything and set out on a life-changing journey into the mystical destination of Bhutan. The first day of your Bhutan tour will take you to the Buddha Point, Memorial Chorten, and the Tashichho Dzong as well as to the Craft Bazar. The second day brings a sightseeing tour of Thimphu and Paro. Visiting the Changangkha Lhakhang, Takin Zoo, Simply Bhutan Museum, Tachog Monastery, the National Museum in Paro and Paro Dzong (Fortress) will leave you mesmerized. On the third day, you get to rekindle your adventurous side through a 5-hour trek to the famous Tiger Nest Temple, almost hanging on top of a cliff. The fourth and the last day will take you to the Kichu Temple and Kabandi Ganpa for a satisfactory end to your peaceful journey. Bhutan will capture a part of your heart forever and leave a content smile on your face.
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Thimphu (3) Paro (1)
3 Night 4 Days
Hotel White Tara in Thimphu or Similar
Day 1 – Bhutan: Arrival and Sightseeing
As you arrive at the Paro airport, you will be greeted by our agent’s representative who will guide you through the immigration formalities. A short drive will take you to Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital. Check-in at your hotel and relax for a while.
On the first day, your Bhutan trip itinerary takes you sightseeing to the amazing Buddha Point, the Memorial Chorten, and the Tashichho Dzong. Afterwards, head to the Craft Bazaar for a unique Bhutanese shopping experience and spend the rest of the time at leisure strolling around the town. Return to your hotel in Thimphu for a comfortable overnight.
Day 2 – Paro: Sightseeing tour
After a hearty meal at the hotel, the second day of this 3-night 4 days Bhutan tour will take you to the oldest monasteries, temples and museums in Bhutan. Start by visiting the Changangkha Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the valley, followed by a visit to the Takin Zoo. Take a historic tour of the Living Museum of Simply Bhutan.
After lunch in town, you will be transferred to Paro while stopping at the Tachog Monastery on the way. As you live in Paro, visit the National Museum and the Paro Dzong. Walk around the fortress and onto the oldest wooden Bridge still in use. Spend the rest of your time at leisure. Return to your hotel after a tiring day for a snug overnight stay.
Day 3 – Paro: Trekking and leisure day
Start your day with a hearty breakfast at the hotel and get prepared for an adventurous trek ahead. The third day of your Bhutan travel itinerary takes you for a 5-hours hike to the Tiger Nest Temple. This temple is located on a rock, which overlooks a sheer drop and clings impossibly to a rock cliff at 900m above the valley floor.
After returning, spend the day at leisure in town. You can visit the Eco Farm for a hot stone bath and traditional dinner, quite popular among tourists. Return to your hotel for an unwinding overnight stay.
Day 4 – Phuentsholing: Sightseeing and Departure
Right after a delicious breakfast, visit the Kichu Temple with your loved ones. Afterwards, leave for Phuentsholing and stop for lunch on the way. Also, visit the beautiful Karbandi Ganpa on the way. After you arrive in Phuentsholing, have an early dinner and then you will be transferred to the Alipore train station. Our representatives will bid you farewell and help you with the exit formalities. Your Bhutan Tour ends here.
- Transportation including pickups and Drops
- All buffet breakfast
- All Sightseeing as per Itinerary
- Immigration Formalities
- Mineral Water for drinking
- Internal taxes
- Experienced Tourist Driver
- Evening tea and snack
- Lunch and dinner
- Entry fees
- Tourist Guide
- Guest Insurance
- Anything not mentioned above
Being a year-round destination, Bhutan can be planned at any time of the year. The four major seasons winter, spring, summer and autumn have their own charm and it’s entirely your call when to visit the picturesque country. So plan your Bhutan trip accordingly. Spring brings along the vibrant colours of the season carpeting the valley with new blooms. The summers are pleasant with the right amount of sun kissing the land while winters are really cold with snow covering most parts of the country.
Indian nationals do not need a visa to visit Bhutan. All you need is a passport valid for six months or a voter’s identity card which will permit you entry to Paro and Thimpu only. A special area permit from the RGoB in the capital city, Thimpu is required for visiting towns other than Paro and Thimpu. If you are entering Bhutan via road, then you need to present a permit issued by the office in Phuentsholing.
A scenic valley town located west of Thimpu, Paro is about 50 km via Thimpu Highway and is an hour-long drive from the capital. Home to the only international airport, Paro is the gateway to Bhutan for international tourists.
Bhutan is accessible from India by road through West Bengal and Assam. In Bengal, take the road to Phuentsholing from Bagdogra which is a stretch of 170 km and in Assam head to Samdrup Jongkhar from Darranga about 50 km from Guwahati.