Incredible Bhutan

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7 NIGHTS / 8 Days
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Densely green forests, exuberant waterfalls, fresh sparkling rivers, and exhilarating Himalayan ranges. This country is made to be a perfect retreat for nature lovers or those who seek perfectly calm vacations with pleasant memories. Bhutan is the only country with negative carbon emissions. Thus, it oozes of purity in the atmosphere. Due to its festivals, monasteries, historically rich sites, and overall serene experience, Bhutan is a choice for many. Bhutan itinerary is full of splendid locations with elegance in every fabric of the country.

Along with the pleasant climate, Buddhism religion and rich culture, Bhutan trip offers unparalleled relaxing, replenishing, and rejuvenating experience. Nature has gifted the country aptly with people taking pride in their culture. Hence, the country thrives in modern times. Bhutan holidays offer a chance for one to connect with nature at a greater level and explore the meaning of life. The harmonic nation’s breeze is like a symphony of a dreamland.

Assistance Upon Arrival Accommodations on Twin Sharing Basis
Daily Breakfast & Dinner Sightseeing & Transfer By 1 Non AC Cab
Inner Line Permits Daily 1Lt Drinking Water
Entrance fees
Guide gratuity
Travel Insurance
Thimpu Festival Period SurCharges (05th Oct – 13th Oct)
Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours or Extra Meals Ordered
Anything Not Specially Mentioned Under The Price Included
Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc. Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight/train cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control

**Price mentioned per person on twin sharing basis.
**Exact price may vary based on availability.


Day 1: NJP / IXB Airport – Phuentsholing

Arrive at NJP Station or IXB Airport, where our executives will wait to welcome you warmly. Embrace your heart, as you’re about to enter Bhutan. Travel through Phuentsholing, the gateway to Bhutan, which takes around 5 hours of a drive. It adjoins with India’s Jaigaon, which is the reason the economy thrives here. Enjoy the commercial center of northern India, as you reach Phuentsholing. Check-in at the hotel and spend the night.


Day 2: Phuentsholing – Thimpu

After breakfast, finish all the immigration formalities at Phuentsholing before embarking on a drive to Thimphu. It is the largest city of Bhutan. Thus, also a capital city. Take a break from the drive at a Crocodile National Zoo, where you will witness how crocodiles are bred and nurtured. These monstrous creatures have a certain innocence and allure to them, as you’ll witness. It is certainly a thrilling experience of Bhutan Travel.

Resume your drive, and upon arrival, check-in at the hotel. Visit Tashichho Dzong, the fortress of the glorious religion. Believed to be founded by the first Dharam raja, it is the chief government building of Bhutan where royalty resides. It is a grandiose tour, full of culturally rich history and exciting stories — a perfect way to experience Bhutan. After the tour, return to stay overnight at the hotel.



Make sure to eat plenty at breakfast, because this Bhutan Itinerary is full of places to visit. The largest city has a lot to offer, as it is the heart of Bhutan. We will start with Kuensel Phodrang, the largest statue of Buddha in the world, with hundreds of thousands of smaller Buddha statues. It signifies the culture and religion of Bhutan and the belief of people. Visit the National Memorial Chorten and then Folk Heritage Museum as you grow accustomed to the history of Bhutan and it’s culture.

Climb on top of Sangaygang View Point, the Bhutan Broadcast Service Tower. From there, you will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of Thimphu City. BBS Tower view is a must-do at any cost. Get ready to be enchanted by the Changangkha Monastery, a fortress-like temple for pilgrimage. It is a perfect destination for those who seek spiritualism. National Library will indulge you in the religious and cultural heritage of Bhutan. Several books and scripts with a lot of exploring. If you’re a bookworm, you wouldn’t want to leave.

Thimphu will keep you busy, next is Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. You can admire the regal creature at Tashichho Dzong in Takin Preserve Center. The animal is available in the natural habitat, and one may learn to understand the importance of this species as the national animal of Bhutan. Return to the hotel for the night after an informatively rich day.



Once you had your breakfast, you will travel to Punakha/Wangdue. On your way, you will come across Dochu-La-Pass, which is perfect for witnessing the mesmeric scenery of Higher Himalayas. Let your eyes feast upon the magnificent beauty of the mountains as you are heading towards the hotel to check-in.

Punakha Dzong is the first stop where you will get to see the sacred relics of Tibetan Buddhism. Though, it is also popularly known as a Palace of Great Happiness due to its name. Listen to the fascinating stories related to Chhimi Lhakhang, the temple of fertility, which was built by a person famously known as The Divine Madman.

After the tour, return to the hotel or spend the evening at your leisure. Stay over the night and get ready for the next day.



After breakfast, on your way to Paro from Punakha/Wangdue, visit Lamperi. The Royal Botanical Park has a flourishing flora and fauna with extensive diversity. Witness unique species of plants and animals that will astonish you with their awe-inspiring magnificence. Upon reaching Paro, check into the hotel. This place is famous for its dense local market. Buy a souvenir, associate with the locales, or spend your evening however you’d like. Good night’s sleep at the hotel.


Day 6: Hike to Taktsang / Excursion to Chele-La-Pass

After breakfast, you have two options.

First, pack for Bhutan Trekking because as you will go to Taktsang. Two hours in, you will find yourself coming across Tiger’s Next, Taktsang Monastery. It is the place of the tutelary deity of Bhutan, Padmasambhava, who introduced people to Buddhism. The sacred site comprises of thirteen caves, primarily known as ‘tiger’s lair,’ where Padmasambhava meditated for over three years in peace. If you’re a spiritualist, this is a must-visit place to replenish your divinity and soothe your soul.

If you’re more of a nature lover, who would love to ride, choose the second. Chelela Pass is the highest motorable road in Bhutan. Two hours drive, and you will be awestruck by the splendid landscapes of the memorable location. It is a perfect location for an entrancing view of the Himalayas and Bhutanese religious mountains.

Upon returning from either place, you have the rest of the day to yourself. The hotel will be available for the night stay at Paro.


Day 7: Paro – Phuentsholling

Before returning to Phuentsholing, you have an option to explore the locality of Paro one more time. Visit Drukgyel Dzong, Ta Dzong, Airport View Point, and other captivating sights. Take your time to capture the essence of the place in the form of photographs. Once you are in content, you shall drive back to Phuentsholing for six hours. Check-in at the hotel and stay overnight.


Day 8: Phuentsholling – NJP / IXB Airport

Final chance to buy any souvenirs and take one last glance at Bhutan. You will return to your home by reaching NJB or IXB Station from where you will take the transport back at home. Relinquish in the flashback of the rejuvenating experience and memories you created when you visit Bhutan.