Tranquil Bhutan Tour Package
5 Night 6 Days
Thimphu in Bhutan
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Tranquil Bhutan Tour Package
Sharing its border with China and India, Bhutan is popularly known as the ‘Land of Thunder Dragon’. Consisting of high and steep mountains comedy police and a network of rivers, this country has been continuously ranked as the 8th happiest country in the world. A 5-night 6 days Bhutan itinerary amazes you to visit untouched mountains, serenity, and vibrancy.
The ideal Bhutan trip itinerary allows you to witness this Nation of monasteries, cultural pride, kings and deities, beautiful peaks, untamed forests and unexplored mountain trails. On this 6 days Bhutan tour, you not only get to visit the famous monasteries including Tashichho Dzong, Changangkha Monastery, Punakha Dzong, Paro Dzong and Taktsang Monastery, but also the various markets, temples, and museums in Thimphu, Paro and Punakha. The first day will include visiting the centenary farmers market, visit to the Tashichho Dzong, and The Monk body’s block. The second day of your Bhutan trip itinerary will include a sightseeing tour of Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Travel to Punakha and visit the various monasteries on the third day followed by a visit to Paro and its monasteries on the fourth day. Visit the famous Taktsang Monastery perched on top of a cliff in Paro as you trek across the isolated mountain trail.
Thimphu (3) Punakha (2)
5 Night 6 Days
Hotel White Tara in Thimphu or Similar
Day 1 – Bhutan: Arrival and Leisure Day
After arriving at Paro Airport, you will be transferred to Thimphu. Check into your hotel. The first day of your Bhutan tour lets you explore at leisure. You can either spend the afternoon relaxing or go out to visit the interesting Centenary Farmer’s Market (only open on weekends). Fill your evening with a relaxing visit to the Tashichho Dzong or The Monk Body’s block (between 5:30- 6:00 PM) as you stroll around the town.
Return to your hotel for a cozy overnight stay in Thimphu.
Day 2 – Thimphu – Sightseeing
Wake up to a delicious breakfast and get prepared for a sightseeing tour of Thimphu on the second day of your 5-night 6 days Bhutan tour. Start by visiting the National Memorial Chorten, followed by a visit to the popular Buddha point known as Kuensel Phodrang for panoramic views of Thimphu Valley. Your next stop will be the Changangkha Monastery, the oldest temple in the valley and then a visit to the Takin Zoo.
In the afternoon, the sightseeing tour of the town will include visiting Changlimithang Stadium and Archery Ground, the Jungshi handmade paper factory and finally the Institute for Zorig Chusum also known as the 13 arts and Crafts School. Afterwards, return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 3 – Punakha: Sightseeing
Relish a hearty breakfast at the hotel and leave for Punakha after obtaining a permit. Stop at the Dochula Pass en route from where the highest peaks of Bhutan are visible. Continue your drive and reach the valley of Punakha. Visit the Punakha Dzong, built in the 17th century at the confluence of the Po and Mo Chu rivers. Afterwards, Visit Chhimi Lhakhang in Punakha. Head to your hotel, check-in and retire after a tiring third day of your Bhutan Tour.
Day 4 – Paro: Arrival and Sightseeing
Right after a delicious breakfast, check out and begin your drive to Paro as per your 6 days Bhutan Tour. Enjoy the magical views of Shaba River Point and Paro Airport on your way. Arrive in Paro and check in at your hotel. After relaxing for some time, visit the great Paro Dzong, beautifully built with a long fascinating history. Return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 5 – Paro: An adventurous day
After a wholesome breakfast at the hotel, your Bhutan Trip Itinerary will take you for an adventurous trek to the popular Taktsang Monastery. A 5-hour trek amidst the picturesque landscapes of Bhutan will lead you to the Tiger’s Nest, located on top of a cliff with a sheer drop in front. After a rewarding time at the Taktsang Monastery, return to your hotel after this tiring day for an unwinding overnight stay.
- Transportation including pickups and Drops
- Buffet breakfast
- 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 in inclusions.
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.