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Thimphu Bhutan Tour Package - 6 Days


Bhutan is such a beautiful country on the earth where modernization hasn’t devalued social and cultural life. It has the world’s greatest concentration of peaks. This Bhutan itinerary is a blend of trekking and cultural elements to provide the visitors an fabulous insight. The trek spectacularly drives via the Dochula pass, monasteries and Gompa and beautiful valleys.

Outline Itinerary (Thimphu Bhutan Tour)
Day 01 : Arrival at Paro – Thimphu
Day 02 : Thimphu
Day 03 : Thimphu – Punakha
Day 04 : Punakha – Paro
Day 05 : Paro
Day 06 : Departure.


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Day 1

Day 01 : Arrival at Paro – Thimphu

Druk Air flight to Paro is one of the most spectacular of all mountain flights. Whether flying along the Himalayan range over the foothills, each flight is a mesmerizing feat and offers exciting descent into the Kingdom. On arrival at the airport you will be accorded a very warm reception by a Representative of Himalayan Kingdom Tours and transfer to restaurant for lunch. After lunch we will visit the National Museum, Rinpung Dzong (built in 1645 A.D) and then drive to Thimphu, the modern capital town of Bhutan.

Day 02 : Thimphu

Thimphu Sightseeing, after breakfast our today’s sightseeing of Thimphu valley includes, visit to National Memorial Chorten, Traditional Medicine Institute, National Library, Textile and Folk Heritage Museum, School of 13 Arts and Crafts, Takin mini zoo, Zilukha Nunnery, Post Office for stamps, Traditional paper factory, visit Handicrafts Emporium which displays wide assortment of beautifully hand-woven and crafted products and also Textile Museum. Then visit to Trashichhodzong, the beautiful medieval fortress/monastery which houses most of the Government’s office and King’s Throne room it is also the summer residence of Je Khenpo, the Chief Abbot. Overnight at Thimpu

Day 03 : Thimphu – Punakha

After breaks start drive to Punakha with a short stop at Dochula pass (3,050m) that heralds the most enchanting views of Bhutan. Enjoy the view of the eastern Himalayan Mountains. Here you may spend some time, photographing the Druk Wangyal Chortens, built in 2004. Overnight stay at Punakha.

After lunch visit Punakha Dzong, which lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu, Symbolizing the masculine and the feminine co-existence their currents are of different colours and they unite at this spot. Overnight stay at Punakha

Day 04 : Punakha – Paro

After breakfast drive to Paro which takes about 3.5half hours via Thimphu. At Paro visit Kyichu temple which dates back to the 7th century. Kyichu temple is one of the last three surviving temples. In the 7th century 108 such temples were built by a Tibetan King. To date only three have survived, two in Bhutan and one in Tibet, known as the Jokhang.

After lunch we will visit the National Museum, Rinpung Dzong (built in 1645 A.D) and then drive to Thimphu, the modern capital town of Bhutan. Overnight stay at Paro

Day 05 : Paro

You will have an early breakfast and walk about 2 hours to Taktshang Monastery perched giddily on a rocky ledge, with a waterfall cascading as if from the blue.

Taktshang means ‘Tiger’s Nest’. Guru Padmasambhava, known as the Second Buddha, alighted from flying tigress and meditated at this shrine in the second half of the 8th century. As a result, it is the dream destination for Buddhist pilgrims from the world over. If desired, pony ridings would be arranged. In the afternoon visit to local farm house to see how Bhutanese famers live and have chance taste the local brewed local wine. Overnight stay at Paro

Day 06 : Departure.


  • 3***Hotel with twin sharing basis in Thimpu with Breakafst
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary with English speaking guide
  • 3Meals a day All meals during the tour
  • Hotel-airport-hotel transfers
  • Government royalty
  • Entrance fees, visa and permit
  • Overland transportation by Jeep within Bhutan


  • Cost does not include:
  • International Air fare
  • Nepal re-entry visa fee
  • Drinks at hotels/lodges
  • Expense of personal nature such as laundry, insurance, tips etc.

TRIP : Inquiry

Note: We would like to inform and assure you that we always follow the itinerary program but we might have to compel to change the itinerary due to bad weather, route condition and in any other unexpected situation compel in the field. We seek to request maximum flexibility for your safety while you are travelling in the Himalaya. There are also many other optional routes and programs which can be customized based on your interest. The cost will vary for the customized program. Please feel free to contact us for customized program.


Frequently asked Questions.

Where is Bhutan?

Bhutan is a land-locked country nestled between the world’s giants, India and the Tibetan region of China. Bhutan – Land of the Thunder Dragon is one of the most exotic destinations in the world today. This kingdom, often referred to as the last Shangri-la, is a land of outstanding people, remarkable scenery and natural wonders, and a proud and vibrant culture. Moreover, it is now gradually opening to the world with a sensitive approach to tourism.

What is Visa cost?

International tourist visas a cost of USD $40 applies with TDF (Tourism Development Fund). This can be paid in advance to you tour operator or travel agent. For Indian passport (or VIC) holders, Bangladeshi nationals and persons from the Maldives there is no cost incurred.

What is the best time to travel to Bhutan?

Bhutan is a year round Tourist Destination and every season or month is the best time. However, depending on climate and festivals, the season is defined either as High or Low seasons. Hence, the best time could be season time and good time can be low season time. However, if you are looking for low cost and good time, we consider the months of January, June and July as the Best time. During this time, you will see fewer foreigners in Bhutan and you have the luxury of enjoying your privacy. When it comes to Hotels also, you have more choices and you will also receive special attention both from the Hoteliers and your Agent since there won’t be many guests and it can be well taken care.
March – May and September – November is the best time to travel in Bhutan. The climate is good then and there are many festivals around this time.

Do I have to worry about altitude sickness in Bhutan?

The altitude in Bhutan is higher than many people are habituated to. Although many people might not have any problem in adjusting, altitude sickness may be a problem for a few ones. If visitors do some simple preparations before leaving for Bhutan, most of the symptoms of altitude sickness can be avoided. Being healthy and in good shape before you arrive in Bhutan will help greatly. It is also recommended that you talk to your local doctor about AMS and medicines in case of emergency.


The trip can be extend based on your holiday duration in Nepal. Special Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing and Mountain Flight might be your best choice before or after the trip. As well as following programs also can be extend as additional trips from Kathmandu.

Visa Information:
Indian, Bangladeshis and Maldivian nationals can obtain a visa at the port of entry on producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6 month validity (Indian nationals may also use their Voters Identity Card (VIC). For other tourists, you will to need to acquire visa clearance in advance. Visas are processed through an online system by your licensed Bhutanese tour operator, directly or through a foreign travel agent. Tourists are also required to book their holiday through a Bhutanese tour operator or one of their international partners. The tour operator will take care of Visa arrangements for visitors.
You are required to send the photo-page of your passport (passport scanned copy) to your tour operator who will then apply for your visa. The visa will be processed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) once the full payment of your holiday (including a USD $40 visa fee) has been wire transferred and received in the TCB bank account. Once received the visa clearance will be processed within 72 working hours. At your point of entry you will be required to show your visa clearance letter, and the visa will then be stamped into your passport.

Weather Information:
There is no appropriate season as which is go say that Bhutan’s warm and temperate climate, never-ending festivals and rich and abundant heritage sites provide visitors with a wide array of experiences throughout the year across the country. Bhutan has all four seasons and the climate varies widely depending on the altitude.

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