Exclusive Bhutan Holiday Package

This is one of the best and most popular Bhutan holiday package. In this Bhutan holiday package you will visit three cultural cities Paro, Thimpu and Punakha (Old city) with full of heritage and cultural sites. This program can be customized based on your time and interest.

Lying between Tibet Autonomous region of China and India, Bhutan is one of the beautiful mountainous countries of the world. With an area of 38,394km2, it is also a Kingdom with a great cultural background. Bhutan is also known as the Last Shangrila and the land is known as “Thunder Dragon”. Here is the details about Bhutan visa.

Bhutan is one of the few countries with a Democratic Constitutional Monarchy. It has also brought a revolutionary concept of happiness as a measure of good governance. While traveling to Bhutan, people should keep the fact in mind that no litters are allowed there. This country is blended with mystery, magic, mountains and monasteries. The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha and its currency is Ngultrum. Thimpu is the Capital city of this beautiful country.

Bhutan was isolated from rest of the world before. People here are friendly and are doing everything to preserve their culture. Bhutan is a Buddhist country where there are hundreds of beautiful monasteries and caves related to this religion. Beautifully snowcapped mountains will mesmerize your trip in Bhutan. The ethnicity and culture will amaze you. You will get to know their cultures deeply. Their foods are inspired with Indo Chinese blend.

Bhutan is rich in cultural as well natural heritages. Bhutan has some of the world’s endangered species like Golden Langur and Hispid Rabbit. They have national parks like Jigme Dorji, Royal Manas and many other national parks where you can go and closely encounter with the rare animals. They have beautiful floras and faunas surrounding the Valleys.

Trekking is also one of the best activity to do in Bhutan. Druk Path is the most commonly trekked path from Paro to Thimpu. You can visit monasteries, national parks, mountains and many other places. Make sure you visit few of the most important places there. These include Taktsang Phalpung, Druk-Ralung Monastery, Punakha Dzoing, Dochula Pass, Buddha Dordenma, Chele La Pass, National Museum etc. You can also get to see the festivals like Black Necked Crane festival, Chorten Kora festival, Haa Summer festival etc. These festivals have their own religious importance and people celebrate it with great joy.

In the end the jaw dropping scenario will surely melt your heart in Bhutan. Once in a lifetime, visiting Bhutan is must. You will love everything about the place.

The short flight from Kathmandu to Paro can fairly be described as fantastic. During the flight you will have close-up views of Mt. Everest, Kanchanjunga and various other famous mountains. Bi-weekly flights are now available between Kathmandu and Paro.

Best Bhutan Holiday Package Highlights:

  1. Most popular Bhutan tour package
  2. Private and customized Tour
  3. Fly In – Fly Out
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Day 01: Arrive and drive to Thimpu

Your Arrival Time – Pick up from Paro airport and  drive to Thimpu. Later visit Buddha Point and stroll around Thimphu small market.
Meal: Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Hotel River View or similar (Thimphu).

Day 02: Thimpu sightseeing

After breakfast, sightseeing tour of National Chorten, National Library, Nat Heritage Museum, Memorial Chorten, Tashicho Dzong, Monthinthang Zoo, visit National Library, Handicraft Emporium, and Art and Craft school.
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Hotel River View or similar (Thimphu)

Day 03: Drive to Punakha and sightseeing

After breakfast, drive to Punakha through Doech La Pass from where one can see of Beautiful Mountain ranges of Bhutan. Visit Wangduephodrang Dzong built in 1638. The Punakha Dzonghouses secret artifacts and the embalmed body of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel.
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Hotel Damchen or similar (Punakha)

Day 04: Drive to Paro and sightseeing.

After breakfast, drive to Paro. Later commence on sightseeing of Drukyal Dzong, Ta Dzong, Kyichu Lakhag and Rinpung Dzong.
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Hotel Olathang or similar (Paro)

Day 05: Paro sightseeing.

After breakfast, commence on sightseeing of Taksang Lakhang – Tiger nest MonasteryOptionaldrive to Chele la pass. Evening free for shopping.
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Hotel: Hotel Olathang or similar (Paro)

Day 06: Transfer to Airport

Transfer to the airport on time to board your onwards flight.
Meal: Breakfast Only

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No of PassengersVehicle Type(A/C)Model
2-3 PersonsCarSkoda, Toyota, Tata Manza
4-6 PersonsVan / JeepToyota Van, Scorpio Jeep
7-12 PersonsHi-Ace VanToyota Hi-Ace Van
12-20 PersonsCoaster / Mini Bus
20-35 PersonsCoach

Airport Pickup:

We will be at Airport(opposite of the main exit gate) with your printed name.

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Group SizeDeluxe Package
2-3 PersonsUSD 1100
4-6 PersonsUSD 1050
7-10 PersonsUSD 1000

Inclusion:

    1. Airport pick-up and drop-off
    2. Bhutan Visa arrangement service
    3. Government royalty and all the taxes
    4. All hotel accommodations on twin sharing room
    5. Three meals a day (breakfast, lunch & dinner)
    6. Full time English speaking Bhutanese guide
    7. Private transportation and sightseeing as per the itinerary
    8. Museums and parks fees indicated in the itinerary
    9. Bottled drinking water throughout the journey.

Exclusion:

    1. International Flight fares
    2. Nature Personal expenses
    3. Tips, Single room supplement charge
    4. Specialized / language guides available on supplement cost
    5. Travel / Medical Insurance
    6. Visa charge (USD 40)
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CityDeluxe Hotel (3 Star)
Paro Hotel River View or Similar
Thimpu Hotel Olathang or Similar
PunakhaHotel Damchen or similar
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