Trip to Bhutan - 5 Days


Bhutan is a petite and distant kingdom nestling in the Himalayas linking India and China. Almost totally cut off for centuries, it has tried to let in some feature of the exterior world while violently guarding its antique traditions. Bhutan has occupied 4000 years ago; there were archeological apparent representative settlements in Bhutan dating back to 2000-1500 BC. Bonism was the key religion in Bhutan before the advent of Buddhism. The Bhutanese name for Bhutan, Druk Yul, means “Land of the Thunder Dragon” and it only begins to unlock up to outsiders in the 1970s.


Bhutan, a Buddhist monarchy on the Himalayas’ eastern rim, is a ground of monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs), and theatrical geography ranging from subtropical plains to vertical mountains and valleys. In the High Himalayas, peaks such as 7,326m Jomolhari are a target for serious trekkers. Taktsang Palphug (Tiger’s Nest) monastery, a holy site, clings to cliffs above the wooded Paro Valley. It has an affluent ethnicity that has remained integral because of its self-imposed separation from the rest of the world awaiting five decades back. Dzongkha, sense the words of the castle, is the general language of Bhutan. little though it is, Bhutan has a rich diversity of traditions. The tricky topography of the nation succeeds in keeping each racial group divide and exciting. With 72 percent of Bhutan beneath jungle cover, Bhutan has a rich assortment of plants, flora, and fauna. Bhutan has three diverse zones, the alpine zone (4000m and above) over the tree row, mild zone (2000 to 4000m) and subtropical zone (150m to 2000m)

Trip Highlights:

  • Comprise a glance of the things to see in Bhutan
  • Alluring glimpse of Thimpu, Paro and Punakha
  • Ramble to Taktsang Monastery to esteem painting-like sceneries
  • Become skilled about local life by talking to People
  • Enjoy with traditional hot stone shower
  • Taste of Traditional Red rice Beer
  • Wear a traditional dresses and catch the photographs
  • Enjoy with Bhutanese cultural show
  • Fully Guided services with enough information


Day 1
Fly from Kathmandu to Bhutan (Paro)

In apparent climate, departure to Bhutan provides a magnificent outlook of Himalayan panorama. Whether airborne all along the Himalayan series beginning Kathmandu. it is a charming voyage, culminate in a thrilling drop precedent wooded hills into the kingdom. On entrance to the Paro landing field, you will be meeting by our Tour Guide. On achievement of airport formalities, there will be an attractive drive of about 1.1/2 hours length to Thimphu, the contemporary capital city of Bhutan. Today you will visit Visit National Memorial Chorten, Kuensel Phodrang, Tashichhoe Dzon, Takin Preserve, Overnight at Thimpu

Day 2
Visit to Punakha for sightseeing

After Breakfast at Thimpu, you will drive 2.5 hours to Punakha through Dochula Pass. On the way, we will see the views of the magnificent mountains and passing by 108 chortens. Today you will visit Druk Wangyal Lhakhang, Where there are stunning wall paintings represents historical proceedings of Bhutan before inward in Punakha. Discover further about Bhutan’s olden times, histories, arts, and faiths in Chimi Lhakhang and Punakha Dzong before captivating an amble in the local township, where you could converse to local citizens generously. Overnight at Punakha.

Day 3
Punakha to Paro, Sightseeing

Thimphu, perhaps the most extraordinary assets municipality in the world, is the bench of administration. This full of life township is abode to Bhutan’s Royal family, the social servants, and overseas missions with the depiction in Bhutan. It is also the head office for a numeral of globally funded expansion projects. Morning visit to Trashichhoedzong, the gorgeous medieval fortress/monastery which houses most of the Government’s office and King’s Throne room It is also the summer house of Je Khenpo, the Chief Abbot. Then, the trip to the National Memorial Chorten. The structure of this attraction was initially envisaged by Bhutan’s third king, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuk (“the father of modern Bhutan”) who has wished to upright tombstone to world peace and affluence. finished in 1974 later than his early passing away, it serves both as a monument to the Late King and as a memorial to peace. Also visit the Folk & fabric inheritance Museums, an attractive indication of Bhutan’s livelihood civilization. Then, drive to Paro. The basin of Paro contains a riches of attractions. Visit Ta Dzong, once a watchtower, built to protect Rinpung Dzong during inter-valley wars of the 17th century, Ta Dzong was inaugurated as Bhutan’s National Museum in 1968. Afterward, walk down a hillside track to appointment Rinpung Dzong, which has a long and enthralling history. Evening takes a leisurely walk around Paro’s foremost lane. Overnight at Paro

Day 4
Hike to Tiger Nest Monastery

Today, after having our breakfast, we will slowly hike up to Tiger Nest Monastery which is known as “Taktsang Monastery”, it will take about 3 hours to reach there. Taktsang Monastery is a very popular religious monastery of Bhutan. On the way, we will see magnificent views of the terrace, Kyichu temple and beautiful landscape of Bhutan. Return to Hotel and overnight stay.

Day 5
Fly to your onward destination

Our representative will drop you to Paro Airport before your flight time. Hoping to see you in Bhutan again. see you next time. wish you have a safe journey.

Cost Included

  • Bhutan Permit and Travel fees
  • Kathmandu-Paro-Kathamndu Flight Tickets
  • A minimum of 3-star accommodation (4 & 5 stars may require an additional premium).
  • All meals (Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner) Full Board
  • A licensed Bhutanese tour guide for the extent of your stay
  • All internal transport by private car
  • Camping equipment and haulage for trekking tours
  • Monastery/sightseeing entrance fees
  • A sustainable tourism Royalty of $65
  • All internal taxes and charges

Cost Excluded

  • Travel Insurance of any kind
  • Additional cost due to the natural climate, condition
  • Internal flights
  • Personal expenses
  • All kinds of drinks/Bar bills
  • Tip for the driver and Guide
How is Visa Process?

Except for Indian citizens, no foreigner is allowed to enter and stay in Bhutan without a valid visa.
The Bhutanese Tourist Visa can only be obtained after processing by the travel/tour agent through the Tourism Authority of Bhutan (TAB). A clearance number for the visa is issued and only once the visa has been cleared can visitors travel to Bhutan.
The visa is stamped in the passport on arrival at:
– The International Airport in Paro
– The Phuentsholing road entry point
Bhutan visa must be applied for a minimum of 30 days before travel. For processing visa, we need to have the full passport details of the clients (full name, nationality, date of birth, passport number, date of issue, and expiry…).
The cost of the Bhutanese visa is US$40 + US$65 for the Bhutanese Tourism Development.
The visa is only issued to tourists once the trip is booked with full payment.
-Visas to Bhutan are not issued from any Bhutan embassies abroad. A combination of overland and air travel is possible. All overland travel requires an Indian visa.

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Trip to Bhutan

Trip Facts

  • Flight and Tourist Vehicle
  • 2-10
  • Hotel and Resorts
  • Easy
  • Paro Airport
  • Kathmandu Airport
  • Round the Year
  • Trained Tour Guide
  • Bhutan Tour
  • 3 Meals a Day
  • English