Incredible Bhutan Tour

Starting From $ | Duration: 7 Days
  • Group Size: 2 - 6
  • Activities: Tours
  • Best Seasons: All Season
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  • Bhutan, like Nepal, is a small, mountainous country locked to 3 sides by India and 1 by China. Known in the western world by the eponym Last Shangri-la, the Buddhist kingdom attracts a significant number of tourists, offering them a unique amalgam of ancient culture and tradition, and spectacular landscapes. Bhutan is probably the only country which has officially prioritized happiness to prosperity; development is measured not in terms of GDP (Gross Domestic Product), but GNP (Gross National happiness).
    The tourism is regulated in Bhutan and in accordance with the government’s “High Value. Low Impact” policy, a sum of USD 200 or 250 per day (depending upon the season) has to be paid by a visitor. However, the steep amount includes accommodation, licensed guide, internal transport etc. Also, it is to be noted that 65% of the amount you pay is used as a royalty for social causes like free education, poverty alleviation, etc.

    The 5 day’s tour starts from Paro before going to the capital Thimpu, Punakha and concluding back at Paro.

  • Day 01: Arrival at Paro International Airport
    After arriving at Paro International airport, you will be received by our representative who’ll carry a placard bearing your name and driven to your hotel in Paro. In the evening, you may want to saunter around the streets and markets of Paro.
    Overnight at Paro. 3-course meal is included.

    Day 02: Paro Sightseeing
    After breakfast, you will visit the ancient relics of Drugyel Dzong, a fortress built in the mid-17th century. The fortress defended the land of Paro against then Tibetan regime. The name of the fortress itself holds a patriotic significance, translating as “The Bhutanese Conquerors”. If weather permits, you will be able to behold the breathtaking view of Mount Jhomolari. On your way back to the hotel, you will visit other attractions like the perched-up monastery of Thatsang, ancient temple KychuLakhang and Ta Dzong, the national museum of Bhutan which was originally built to serve as a watch tower.
    Overnight at Paro. 3-course meal is included.

    Day 03: Paro to Thimphu
    You will be drive to Thimpu via the road meandering along Paro Chu or Paro River, and after its confluence with Wang Chu River, along the latter. You will visit Thimpu Chorten, also known as Memorable Chorten situated in the southern part of Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan. The chorten was built by the mother of the third king of Bhutan JigmeDorji Wangchuk in his honor. The shrine holds a great religious significance along with its aesthetic grandeur. You will overnight at Thimpu.
    Overnight at Thimpu. 3-course meal is included.

    Day 04: Thimphu Sightseeing
    You will spend another full day in Thimpu, sightseeing colorful attractions of the city. These include Tashichho Dzong, which is the seat of the royal government; Arts and Crafts School; Handicraft Emporium; National library with ancient manuscripts; and Sitokha Dzong, which seats the largest monastic school of Bhutan.
    Overnight at Thimpu. 3-course meal is included.

    Day 05: Thimpu to Punakha
    After having your breakfast in the morning, you will visit Punakha that will take about 3 hours from Thimpu. Chief attractions of Punakha are Punakha Dzong, the religious and administrative center of the region; Chimi Lakhang temple; the clean and picturesque Talo village and Sanchhen Dorji Nunnery.
    Overnight at Punakha; 3- course meal is included.

    Day 06: Punakha to Thimpu/Paro
    Early in the morning, you will drive to Paro or Thimpu from Punakha which will take about 3 to 4 hours.
    Overnight at Thimpu/Paro. 3-course meal is included.

    Day 07: Departure

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