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4 Days
Kathmandu airport
Thimpu airport

Bhutan is one of the paradises that we have here on Earth. Small country but beautiful that makes this place a great paradise for Bhutan Tour to the Travellers.

Tour Details

Overview for Bhutan Tour:

Bhutan tour is regarded as one of the most beautiful and happiest tours. Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon, is a tiny landlocked Himalayan kingdom in South Asia with an ancient Buddhist culture that is steeped in myth and mystery. Bhutan tour is the most recommended trip for your short holidays. The country is about 300 km wide and 150 km long as the crow flies. And is home to some of the highest virgin mountain peaks in the world. Wedged between China to the north and India to the south. Bhutan is one of the smallest countries in the world, but it has an amazing diversity of flora and fauna that most parts of the world are bereft of. This is because Bhutan has been able to keep pristine and intact its natural environment.

The rugged landscape and pristine environment make Bhutan, a natural tourist destination.

More about Bhutan And Bhutan Tour:

More than 70 percent of the country is under forest cover within which reside more than 200 species of mammals. Close to 700 species of birds including the rare and endangered such as the royal Bengal tiger and the White-bellied Heron. This place is an ancient land and it began the process of modern development such as building roads, schools, and hospitals only in the 1960s. The first official tourist arrived in the mid-70s. Bhutan follows a policy of “high-value low impact” tourism.

This basically means that the industry must be environmentally friendly and socially and culturally acceptable. The policy has helped promote Bhutan as an exclusive destination, which it is in every sense of the word. Bhutan has around 19 spoken languages but English is widely spoken since it is the medium of instruction in schools. Bhutan is still largely an agrarian society with close to 60 percent of the population engaged in agriculture and rearing of livestock.

Home to a population of around 700,000 friendly people with deeply held spiritual beliefs, Bhutan is still a mystery to most people around the world. It is a land of legends, Yeti folktales, Buddhist spirit, peace, and tranquility. Today, after more than 50 years of planned development to modernize the economy. And move away from its geographic isolation. Bhutanese are embracing modernity while fiercely protective of its age-old traditions, values, and identity.  

Price Includes

  • Round Flight ticket
  • Airport Pickup drops
  • Food in Bhutan
  • Transportation service in Bhutan
  • 3 star category Hotel
  • Tour Guide
  • Visa

Price Excludes

  • Personal expenses such as beverages and Shopping
  • Tour guide Tips

Day 1Arrival / Paro / Thimphu After breakfast, proceed to airport for flight to Bhutan

During the journey offers fascinating views of the eastern Himalayan range, including Mt. Everest. On Arrival Paro, an airport representative will pick you up. Transfer to Hotel and then enjoy the Bhutan local lunch. After lunch, drive to Thimphu, , the capital of Bhutan. The road meanders alongside the Paro Chu (river) and terraced fields until the confluence of two rivers at Chuzom. Here, one can see three stupas, representing the different styles of the different sects. and visit Tashicho Dzong, the center of government and the monastic order. Visit the Memorial Chorten, a stupa conceptualized by the Third King to ward off negative influences. It was later built in his memory by the present King and the Queen Mother. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

Day 2Thimphu / Paro

After breakfast, visit the Motithang Mini Zoo where you can visit the National Animal Research Center, where these odd animals graze peacefully in a small protected park. Visit another place from where you can get a good overview of the Thimphu valley is from the Buddha point (Kuensel Phodrang). It is again a short drive from the town. You can pay your obeisance and offer prayers to the Buddha, the largest statue in the country and then walk around and take a glimpse of the valley. Drive to Paro and Visit Rimpung Dzong or the ‘fortress of the heap of jewels’ which is the seat of the district administration and the residence of the monastic school. The dzong is famous for its wall murals depicting Buddhist parables, symbols and the lives of prominent saints. After dinner, transfer back to the hotel in Paro.

Day 3Paro

After breakfast, drive to the foot of the Taktshang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest cliff before walking uphill for 2 hours to reach this monastery, giddily perched on a sheer 800m rock face. Taktshang means ‘Tiger’s Nest’ as legends have it that Guru Padmasambhava flew to this spot on the back of a tigress in the eighth century. He meditated here making this temple a sacred pilgrimage destination for Buddhists. The trip to and fro takes 4 hours. After the hike, visit one of the oldest landmarks in Bhutan. The 7th century Kyichu Lhakhang was one of the 108 temples built in the Himalayas by Tibetan King, Songtsen Gembo. It is revered as one of the holiest shrines in Bhutan and embodies the arrival of Buddhism here. Overnight at a hotel in Paro.

Day 4Paro to Onwards destination

After breakfast, proceed to the airport for flight to onward destinations.