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13 Days Western Bhutan ExcursionExplore All Possible Sightseeings

If you want to avoid long hours drive by road and wish to see the best of the western and central part of Bhutan, this is the most fitting tour itinerary for 13 days. With this, you can also add some of Bhutan’s most adventurous trekking and all possible day hikes. 

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  • Tour Highlights
  • Package Inclusions
  • Transport
  • VISA and Others

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the most beautiful and the spiritual heartland of Bhutan- Bumthang Valley excursion
  • Visit Haa Valley, the region that still remains on the hinges of mainstream tourism
  • Tiger’s Nest/Taktsang Monastery. Hanging onto a precarious almost vertical mountain cliff, it’s a spectacular sight in terms of location, setting and history and is one of the holiest sites in the Buddhist arena.
  • Experience and visit Western regions of Thimphu, Paro and Punakha
  • Visit Dochula Pass and enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of the Himalayas
  • Visit Tashi Chodzong or the fortress of the Auspicious Religion – the office of the Dragon King of Bhutan

Other Highlights

  • Included quality wining and dining : a welcome reception with drinks at every hotels of your stay,
  • Welcoming Dinner by the founders of Bhutan Swallowtail Tours and Travels,
  • Throughout your holiday to Bhutan, escorted by one of the Bhutan Swallowtail’s expert tour guide- your ‘travelling concierge’, expert guide, consummate facilitator and friend in a foreign land who ensures your journey is as enjoyable as possible.
  • Baggage handling everywhere on your tour.
  • Free Wi-fi and internet in most of the hotel rooms and lobbies.
  • Enjoy the unique comfort of Bhutan Swallowtail’s Luxury air conditioned SUV and coach with extended leg room.
  • Airport Transfers as per the scheduled flights.

Package Inclusion:

  1. Airport Transfers
  2. Stay in hotels as indicated in the itinerary
  3. All three meals, tea and coffee
  4. Dedicated SUV vehicle with a driver and
  5. English Speaking Guide throughout the Trip
  6. Short hikes, Packed lunches and snacks wherever required
  7. Monumental Fees
  8. Bhutan Tourism Development Fee
  9. VISA processing Fee

Package Does Not Include:

  1. International Air fare
  2. Refreshments and bottled drinks and alcohol
  3. Tips/gratuities
  4. Cost arising out of Flight Cancellation/road blockades/ landslides and events beyond our control
  5. Expenses of personal nature and any other expenses not mentioned in the above cost

The vehicles of Bhutan Swallowtail are all luxurious and air conditioned catering to the comforts of our guests as well as ensuring a smooth ride over the mountainous and winding roads of Bhutan. With high ride quality and extended legroom you can enjoy the beautiful landscape from the inside of our cars. We have Toyota SUVs, Hi Ace buses and coaster buses with carrying capacity of up to 30 people in one bus. Driven by experienced and licensed drivers we will make sure you enjoy your holiday to Bhutan and the comforts of our luxurious fleet of cars.

VISA to Bhutan

 

All tourists must obtain a visa clearance prior to travel to Bhutan. Visas are processed through an online system by your licensed Bhutanese tour operator, directly or through a foreign travel agent.

You are required to send the photo-page of your passport 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, the visa will then be stamped into your passport.

 

Terms and Conditions:

 

Tour prices and dates are correct at the time of the website going live, however are subject to confirmation at the time of booking. All tour information is correct at time of tours going live, however is subject to change, please confirm all details at time of booking. For full terms and conditions, please refer to our Booking Conditions page.

Day 1 Paro International Airport – Your first glimpse of Bhutan 

Bhutan Mandala Resort or Similar,

 

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On your Druk Air flight to Paro International Airport the pilot will point out the various spectacular Himalayan ranges like the sacred Mount Jhomolhari and Jichu Drake of Bhutan, mount Kanchenjunga of Sikkim, Mount Everest of Nepal and others. As the plane prepares for landing you will be enthralled by your first view of the country and quaint little Paro valley will immediately touch your heart. After the customs and immigration check, which is not much of a hassle and is usually smooth and quick, your tour guide will formally welcome you with a Tashi Khadar, a white scarf symbolic of good luck and fortune.

Cantilever Bridge in Paro BhutanA few minutes drive in your chauffeur driven car will take you to your hotel. After a round of welcome drink and a little rest be ready to start your cultural tour of Bhutan. The car, driver and tour guide will be at your disposal throughout your trip.

After Lunch you will visit Dungtsee Lhakhang located on the outskirts of Paro town.

Afternoon you can go for a stroll around Tshongdue town and the market area. There are a lot of handicraft shops selling little trinkets, souvenirs and various ethnic arts and crafts. Meet the local people and try out a restaurant for a taste of local Bhutanese cuisine.

Day 2

PARO VALLEY EXCURSION

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After a leisurely breakfast, you will visit Paro Rinpung Dzong and National Museum.  After lunch you will visit Drugyal Dzong and the sacred and holy Kyichu Lhakhang which is a few minutes drive through the beautiful Paro valley.

Rinpung Dzong –Paro Rinpung Dzong is a beautiful fortress housing the monks’ accommodations and administrative offices. Like all other Dzongs, Rinpung Dzong is also a fine example of Bhutanese art and architecture. The Dzong is located in the heart of the town and a few minutes walk through Nyimazam, one of the few last remaining traditional cantilever bridge over the Pachhu (Paro river).

RinpungDzong Paro Bhutan1National Museum/Ta Dzong - The museum has a huge and the finest collection of specimens of Bhutanese antique artifacts, religious objects, traditional household items, collected works of Thankas, paintings and bronze statues.

Drive back to hotel for lunch or have lunch in any one of the local restaurant which will serve you dishes from local to international cuisine. After a short rest you will visit Drugyal Dzong and Kyichu Lhakhang.

Drugyal Dzong - meaning fortress of victory was built to commemorate the victory over the allied Tibet-Mongol forces. In the early 1950’s the Dzong was completely destroyed by fire and sadly the Dzong is now in ruins. However, the Dzong is still a tourist hotspot for its ruins of charred huge wooden beams, watch towers, mud walls and the courtyard, all remnants of an impressive Dzong. On a clear day Mount Jomolhari can also be seen.

Kyichu Lhakhang – Kyichu Lhakhang is one of the oldest and most sacred temples in Bhutan built in the 659 AD in the seventh century by Tibetan King Songtsen Gyampo. The temple houses some of the oldest relics and an original 7th century statue of Buddha Sakyamuni. The wooden floor of the main Lhakhang is inlaid with turquoise and other precious gems and stones. Legend has it that 108 temples were built in a single day over the body of a huge demoness pinning her down to the earth. Kyichu Lhakhang is suppose to be built on her ankle and the other temples are supposedly spread all ove Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal and the borderlands. Amongst the 108 temples, Kyichu Lhakhang, Jambay and Konchosum Lhakhang in Bumthang and another Lhakhang in Haa are in Bhutan. 

Return to hotel. If you have time you may go for a stroll around town or rest in hotel.

Call in an early night for your much anticipated hike to the Tiger’s Nest tomorrow. Taktsang is the most important cultural icon of the Kingdom of Bhutan.

Day 3

TAKTSANG MONASTERY/TIGER’S NEST –Visit to a Iconic Bhutanese Culture Site

Peaceful Resort or Similar, Thimphu

 

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Today you will hike for an hour and half uphill to Taktsang Monastery. If you wish you may take a picnic lunch or come back to hotel for lunch. There is a cafeteria mid way where you can have tea, snacks and refreshments.

Paro Tigers Nest Bhutan1Taktsang Monastery, the ‘Tiger’s Nest’ or the ‘Tiger’s Lair’ is one of the most visited hotspot tourist attractions in Bhutan. Located around 900 meters above the Paro valley on a precarious almost vertical mountain cliff, Taktsang Monastery is truly a wonderful and spectacular sight in terms of its location, setting and history. It is one of the holiest sites in the Buddhist arena. In the 8th Century, Buddhist saint and harbinger of Buddhism to Bhutan, Guru Padmasambhava reverently known as Guru Rimpoche flew on a female flying tigress in pursuit of a demon that he subdued at the present location. Following which, he meditated in a cave and emerged in eight manifestations and blessed the place. In 1692, Gyalse Tenzin Rabgye, the then secular ruler of Bhutan, built a temple to commemorate the holy site.

Presently the Monastery is a complex of temples that abounds in paintings, statues and artifacts. Taktsang is one of the most sacred sites which is a must visit at least once in a lifetime for a Buddhist and for a traveler a must see and visit travel destination for its sheer spectacular site and architectural delight. It is an hour and half climb uphill through the beautiful natural splendor of Paro Valley.

You will then drive to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. It’s a pleasant one and half  hour drive through the lush paddy fields, riversides and during holidays you may stop over to watch an archery match in progress. Like any other capital city, Thimphu is a small mini metropolitan city abuzz with buildings and people.  You will check into your hotel and after tea you will start your magical experience of Thimphu.

Day 4

THIMPHU VALLEY EXCURSION – Combination of the Ancient and the Modern

Peaceful Resort or Similar, Thimphu

 Dedicated SUV vehicle with a licensed driver

 

 All Meals Inclusive

Your guide and driver will take you for a familiarization ride through the outskirts of Thimphu town and point out the various important and beautiful landmarks of the town.

After lunch you will visit the Folk heritage Museum, National Library and the Institute of Zorig Chosum (School of Arts and crafts).

Office Of The Golden Throne Thimphu1Folk Heritage Museum – also known as the Phelchey Toenkhyim , the museum is a complete living example of the Bhutanese rural life. The Museum building itself is a model of a traditional three storied house built with mud and wood with typical artifacts, household items, crude domestic utensils and agricultural tools that were used by people in the 19th century. Inside the premises of the Museum, like a true rural house, activities are carried out as it used to be in the olden days. There are paddy fields, traditional water mills and vegetable garden. Depending on the season and time of the day, a tourist will have many different things too see and experience here every day in this living Museum.  

The National Institute of Zorig Chosum is a premiere institution of traditional arts and crafts with the sole objective of preserving the culture and tradition of Bhutan. Students are trained in the Zorig Chosum - the 13 traditional arts and crafts. The thirteen crafts are paper making, stone work, black smithing, clay art, painting, bronze casting, wood slate and stone carving, wood turning, wood working, weaving, silver and gold smithing, cane and bamboo work, and needle work.

The National Library is a modern library with scriptural repository and research facility dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the rich literary, cultural and religious heritage of Bhutan. The scripture and document collection held in the library and archives is a national treasure and a fundamental source for Bhutanese history, religion, medicine, arts and culture.

Return to hotel and retire for the night.

Day 5

THIMPHU VALLEY EXCURSION – Contunues

Peaceful Resort or Similar, Thimphu

 

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After a leisurely breakfast you will visit the Memorial Chorten, Takin Reserve and Sangaygang popularly known as BBS tower.

Memorial Chorten – The memorial Chorten dominates the skyline of Thimphu and can be seen from everywhere in the city.  It was built in 1974 by the Queen Mother in memory of her son the third King of Bhutan, Druk Gyalpo Jigme Dorj Wangchuck. The Memorial Chorten depicts larger than life size images of deities, with some 36 of them in erotic poses. Every day from dawn till dusk old people and young alike circumambulate the Chorten and on auspicious days, religious ceremonies and initiations are also conducted here.

Sangaygang or the BBS tower – A few minutes drive uphill from the main town will take you to BBS tower, a strategic place amid colorful prayer flags and from where you will get a spectacular view of Thimphu town.

Memorial Chorten Thimphu1Takin Reserve – On the way to BBS Tower is the Takin Reserve also known as Mothithang mini zoo. This wildlife reserve is a home to the unique Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. Head of a goat and body of a cow, this unique animal was created by lam Drukpa Kuenley a Buddhist saint also popularly known as the ‘divine madman.’ The preserve also holds a few sambar and barking deer. The Motithang Takin Reserve has been an integral part of Thimphu city and is an ongoing tourist attraction. There are plans to expand the collection of the preserve by introducing other rarely-seen animals of Bhutan such as the Red panda, and the Himalayan Serow.

Lunch at the hotel. After lunch you may visit the following places:

Simtokha Dzong - the oldest and first Dzong built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1616. Located 8 kilometers away from the main town, Simtokha Dzong stands at a strategic position at the crossroads between three prominent regions of Wangduephodrang, Paro and Thimphu. History has it that during that time, a demon was persistently disturbing and harming the local residents, so the Zhabdrung visited the place and subdued the demon, banishing her under a rock and commissioned for a Dzong to be built on top of the rock. Simtokha Dzong derives its name from the word sinmo meaning demon, dho meaning stomach and Kha meaning on top – on top of the demon’s stomach. Presently, Simtokha Dzong serves as a Institute for Language and Cultural Studies. 

Next you will visit the Spectacular Tashichho Dzong. During office hours (9am to 5pm), tourists are not allowed inside the Dzong as the Dzong houses the Throne room and office of the King and other administrative offices. It is a few minutes drive from the main town. Tashichho Dzong - meaning the fortress of the glorious religion houses the office and throne of the present king along with the Central monastic Body and Administrative offices. The original Dzong was built in 1216 by Lama Gyalwa Lhanangpa and over the years additional structures were added and expanded. Tashichho Dzong is another excellent example of Bhutanese architecture at its finest. As is the case with all other Dzongs, Tashichho Dzong was also built in the traditional style without any nails and written plans or designs.

Craft Bazaar is a newly established line of little shops selling traditional and ethnic arts and craft items. You can go for a stroll along the shops and busy souvenirs for your folks back home. However, there are a lot of big handicrafts shops selling a wide variety of traditional handicrafts. Your guide can take you to few of them if you want.

Overnight at hotel in Thimphu. 

Day 6

 Excursion of Tango & Cheri Monastery

Peaceful Resort or Similar, Thimphu

 

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After an early breakfast, and a short drive, you will take a short hike to Cheri and Tango Monasteries located on a hillside north of Thimphu valley. The Monasteries are located in two different hills. You can visit either one of the monasteries first, enjoy your picnic lunch and get ready for the second hike of you day.

Tango Buddhist Monastery Bhutan1The Tango Monastery is an hour or a little more walk uphill through well maintained pathways. The Monastery was founded by Lama Gyalwa Lhanampa in the 13th century and built in its present structure by Gyalse tenzin Rabgye in 1688. Tango means ‘horse head’ and  conforms to the main deity Hayagriva (local name tandin). It is also said that the monastery is located on a site that resembles a horse head. Tango Monastery covers the caves where originally meditation and miracles were performed by saints from the 12th century onwards.

Cheri Monastery is located on the other side of Tango monastery and is also about an hour walk uphill. It is a pleasant walk through rhododendron trees. Also called Chagri Dorjeden, Cheri Monastery was established by Zhebdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1620. Cheri was the first of a series of Monasteries in the kingdom established by Zhabdrung. Over the centuries, prominent Buddhist saints and masters visited, mediated and blessed the Monastery. Presently the monastery serves as the major teaching and retreat center of the Southern Drukpa Kagyu order.

Return to hotel and rest.

 Day 7

 THIMPHU TO WANGDUE & PUNAKHA VALLEYS – Enjoy the ride through the mountain ranges – 3 hours drive

Meripuensum Resort or Similar, Punakha

 

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Today you will travel out of Thimphu to the wide and beautiful Punakha and Wangdue valleys. Enroute you will stop at Dochulaa Pass.

108 Stupa at Dochula1Dochulaa Pass is situated at 3150 meters above sea level and almost 30 kilometers away from Thimphu, is a must stopover for every passerby travelling towards Wangdue, Punakha and eastern Bhutan. Dochula pass has fabulous views of some of the most beautiful and spectacular Himalayan Mountains such as the Masangang, Table Mountain, Tiger Mountain and others. The major eye treat is the 108 chortens/stupas built close to each other and surrounded by numerous colorful prayer flags. Yes of course one can walk in between the temples and admire the architectural splendor up close and enjoy the spectacular Himalayan ranges from amongst the temples. The 108 chortens were built by Queen Mother Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck to commemorate the victory and in memory of the soldiers who lost their lives during the war against the terrorists groups in 2003.  There is also a quaint little coffee shop nearby where you will visit for tea and snacks.

You will drive on till you reach the warm and beautiful Punakha valley. Check in at hotel and after a sumptuous lunch drive a little further up north towards lush green beautifully terraced paddy field till you reach the riverside of Puna Tsang Chhu (Punakha River). From here you will hike to Khamsum yulley Namgyal Chorten.

Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten – Situated on a strategic ridge overlooking the Punakha valley, Khamsum Yulley namgyal Chorten stands majestically as one of the finest examples of Bhutanese architectural and artistic traditions. It is a short hike. After crossing a suspension bridge, it is a pleasant walk through beautifully terraced paddy fields and pine trees. It takes about an hour or less from the road point to hike up to the temple, and 30 minutes downhill.

Return back to hotel and you may either walk around the valley or call it a day.

 Day 8 Punakha Valley – The old capital of Bhutan 

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Today after breakfast you will visit the most beautiful and splendid Punthang Dechenphodrang, aka Punakha Dzong.

Punakha Dzong also called Punthang Dechenphodrang meaning Palace of Great Bliss was built by in 1673 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel to commemorate the final victory against numerous Tibetan invasions. Punakha Dzongkhag is the old capital city and the Dzong served as the capital hub for all both religion and overall administration of the country. Located on a piece of land between two rivers Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu Punakha Fortress Bhutan1(literally meaning male and female rivers), the Dzong is massive, huge and magnificent in all its architectural grandeur. Although ravaged by flood, fire and earthquakes many times, the Dzong was always rebuilt with its original pattern and design. Punakha Dzong remained the centre of government until it was relocated to Thimphu. The first King of modern Bhutan was crowned in Punakha Dzong. Important religious ceremonies are still held in the Dzong. The Royal Wedding ceremony on 13th October 2011 of the Fifth King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck to Jetsun Pema was conducted in Punakha Dzong.

Next you will visit Chime Lhakhang and have your picnic lunch on a plateau with a grand view of Lobesa, Wangdue and Sosokha village.  It is a pleasant 30 minutes walk or less from the road junction between Punakha and wangdue through mustard and paddy fields. There are beautiful prayer flags fluttering in the wind all the way to the Lhakhang. The Lhakhang is situated on top of a hillock and Lam Drukpa Kuenley used to call the hillock the breast of a woman because of its round shape.

Chime Lhakhang – also known as the Temple of fertility stands on a picturesque hilltop between Punakha and Wangdue. Built by the Buddhist saint Lam Drukpa Kuenley  the ‘Divine Madman’, the Lhakhang is famous for its fertility wish grants to childless couples. Not only Bhutanese but even foreigners who heard of it come specifically to visit Chime Lhakhang to pray to Lam Drukpa Kuenley for a child or two. And of course a couple genuinely praying and wishing are blessed with children. Amazing but true!  Woman who come to the Lhakhang seeking blessings of children are lightly hit on the head by a ten inch ivory wood and bone phallus. Inside the walls of the Lhakhang there are beautiful frescoes

Tonight you will stay at Kichu Resort in Chuzomsa in Wangdue. It is a beautiful resort by the riverside with individual cottages.

 Day 9 Excursion of Gangtey, Phobjikha & Neighboring Villages 

Dewachen Hotel or Similar, Wangdue

 

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After breakfast you will drive for an hour and half across villages and traditional houses of Wangdue to Gangtey and Phobjika villages.

Picturesque and beautiful Gangtey and Phobjika valleys look as if suspended in a time where civilization and modernization has not been able to plant its evil seeds and the valleys still in their pristine form. Both the valleys are popular for its scenic splendor and cultural uniqueness.

PhobjikhaView Bhutan1The graceful Black-necked Cranes from the Tibetan Plateau visit the Phobjika valley during the winter season to roost. On arrival in the last week of October, the Black-necked Cranes circle the Gangtey Monastery three times and also repeat the process while returning to Tibet in mid February. A special kind of dwarf bamboo grows here, which attracts the Black-necked Cranes to roost and feed in the valley during the winter season. The valley and the surrounding hills are rich in wild life and faunal biodiversity and has, apart from the globally threatened Black-necked Cranes, 13 other globally threatened species. The fauna recorded are the Muntjacs (Barking Deer), Wild Boars, Sambar, Himalayan Black Bear, Leopards and Foxes.

You will have lunch at the hotel in Phobjika.

After lunch drive back to Wangdue. Check in hotel. After a little rest, you can walk around the earstwhile Wangdue town and the new Bajo town and shop for traditional handicrafts. You may also visit Rinchengang village and their narrow terraced paddy fields.

 Day 10 GANGTEY - PARO

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Today you will drive Paro via the same route through Dochulaa Pass. On the way way before reaching Dochlaa Pass you may stop and make a quick tour of the beautiful Rhododendron Garden park.

Wangdue Valley Bhutan1The Royal Botanical park, also known as the Rhododendron Garden at Lamperi is about an hour drive from Thimphu towards Punakha/Wangdue. Located 30 KMS from capital, the park has numerous view points, trekking routes, a lake and a canteen. At this park, you can indulge yourself amongst the rich biodiversity. The clean air is fluttered from the cool broad leaf and mixed conifer forests. More than hundreds of species of fauna in this rich eco diversity park will let you experience the wild as though during the olden days when time stood still. You can walk around through the green lushes and maroon pregnant strawberries, wild and rare flowers in bloom and catch glimpses of runaway mountain birds. The recorded species are the monal pheasants, blood pheasants, musk deer, tiger, leopard, red panda and the leopard cat.  A Rhododendron garden with 46 species of the plant is the theme of the botanical garden.

You will continue to drive to hotel.  In the evening, there will be a cultural program organized for you. A program of traditional dances and also masked dances.

 Day 11 PARO – HAA Valley Excursion

Rigsum Lodge, Haa or silimilar

 

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Chelela View paro1Today you will visit the beautiful and serene Haa Valley. Excursion of Haa valley has been recently introduced into the coffers of tourism in Bhutan and is a popular destination. If the weather permits, you will also drive to Chelela pass located in between Paro and Haa. The national flower of Bhutan, the Blue Poppy and other exotic highland flowers and orchids grow in the wild and is a beautiful sight. The Pass also offers spectacular views of both the Haa and Paro valley on both sides. Your guide will also point out majestic Himalayan mountains of Bhutan seen from here.

You can either have your picnic lunch at the Pass, or if its too cold and windy then you can come down to Haa for lunch. Over Night stay in Hotel at Haa.

 Day 12

HAA Valley Excursion and PARO

 

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Continue with Haa Valley Excusrion and drive back to Paro.

In the evening you can visit a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse and experience how villagers live amid few modern facilities and amenities. If you wish we can arrange for you to have your dinner at the farmhouse or you can return to campsite for dinner. However, since you will be flying out tomorrow, you also have the choice to drive over to Paro and stay in a hotel there.

Day 13 Depart
 Breakfast and Lunch

 

Early morning after breakfast, our driver and guide will reach you at Paro International Airport. Your tour guide and driver will bid you farewell and we hope you had a pleasant visit and hope to see you soon again in Bhutan

Trip Summary


Tour Type: Cultural

Travel Difficulty: Moderate


6 - 7 hours of activity a day and/or elevation gain, higher altitude, longer distance, uneven terrain.

Duration: 13 Days 12 Nights

Start : Paro


Places to Visit:

Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Wangdue, Haa, Trongsa and Bumthang


Finish : Paro

Starting Price USD 2,400

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Please Note:

  1. Travel Difficulty: The average elevation in Bhutan is 8000 ft above Sea level and this tour is moderately challenging.
  2. Includes major sight seeings and all possible nature hikes
  3. The package includes stay in 3 star hotels in Bhutan as approved by Tourism Council of Bhutan. Our Best Choice is Bhutan Suites and Thimphu Tower in Thimphu, Bhutan Mandala Resort in Paro, Wangdue Ecolodge in Wangduephodrang and Hotel Dewachen in Phobjikha. We have the flexibility of incoproating  your choice of hotels as well.
  4. For a quality and meaningful tour, the group will be limitted to 16 only
  5. Except for your personal shopping, tips and gratutity there are no additional or hidden cost
  6. Tipping is at your own discretion. 

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