IN THE LAND OF HAPPINESS-BHUTAN

IN THE LAND OF HAPPINESS-BHUTAN

trip highlights  PLAN YOUR TRIP

  • Explore the vast collection of Bhutanese antiquities in Paro
  • Vist Drukgyel Dzong in Paro
  • Visit Folk Heritage Museum in Thimphu
  • Enjoy the shopping of arts and textiles of Bhutanese, Thimpu

Hidden away high amongst the mighty Himalayan range, the hidden kingdom of Bhutan is a destination that even the most seasoned traveler considers a privilege to visit. Sacred monasteries sit precariously on sheer cliffs, fluttering prayer flags line high mountain ridges, red robed monks chant in distant temples, and colorful masked dancers perform ancient rituals on sacred Dzong (fortress) grounds during Buddhist festivals. The people of Bhutan have drawn a rich culture from this heritage and made it the essence of their timeless identity. It only opened its doors to tourism in 1974, with the number for tourists visiting Bhutan kept to an environmentally manageable level through government regulated tourist tariff. A totally Buddhist kingdom, Bhutanese are renowned for their happiness, and are a proud people who wear their national costume with pride. Travel to Bhutan with Bhutan Travel Bureau and we will expose you to the awe-inspiring mysteries that this land has to offer. From the landscapes of snow-clad mountains, lush valleys, dense forests and rushing streams, to hidden rituals in remote monasteries and the daily life in far flung rural communities. Bhutan Travel Bureau will open the door to your Himalayan dream.

Day

1

Arrival Paro - Thimphu By Road 65kms/02hrs
Thimphu

Meet & Greet on arrival at Paro Airport and transfer to Thimphu (7,710 ft.) the capital city of Bhutan. On arrival, check- in at the hotel. Evening will be free to explore Thimpu town by walk. Overnight stay at Thimphu.


Day

2

Thimphu Local sightseeing - Paro by Road 65kms/02hrs
Paro

After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and visit some local sightseeing of Thimphu visiting Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Statue), National Memorial Chorten (Monument) & Folk Heritage Museum. Afternoon continue your drive towards Paro (7,483 ft.). On arrival, check- in at the hotel and relax. Overnight stay at Paro.


Day

3

Paro - Local sightseeing
Paro

After breakfast, start full day sightseeing covering Ta Dzong - National Museum with an excellent collection of Bhutanese antiquities, Rinpung Dzong - the administrative seat of the district of Paro. Afternoon visit Drukgyel Dzong - The Dzong was destroyed by fire in 1951 and is now preserved as heritage site & Kyichu Lhakhang - one of the oldest Buddist temples in Bhutan. In the evening, return back to the hotel for an overnight stay.


Day

4

Departure
Paro

After breakfast check out from hotel and drop at Paro Airport for your onward journey.


Paro - 2 Nights

Bhutan Metta Resort And Spa

3 Star

Amankora Resort

Standard

Inclusions

  • Accommodation for 03nights/04days 
  • Daily Breakfast and Dinner
  • Transfers & Sightseeing by AC Car
  • All Applicable Hotel Taxes

Exclusions

  • Any airfare/train fare 
  • Any guide charges
  • Any cost on personal expenses
  • Any other meals unless specified
  • GST  5% additional 

Is Bhutan safe to visit?   

Bhutan is a very safe place and should be visited by everyone atleast once in their lifetime.

What is the best time of year to visit Bhutan?   

October to December is the ideal time to visit Bhutan as the air is clear and fresh with sunny skies. January and February are colder

Is Indian currency accepted in Bhutan?   

INR 100 & 50 Rupee denomination may be used in Bhutan. Indian Rupee denomination note of INR 500, INR 1000 and INR 2000 are not accepted in Bhutan.

Do I need a passport to go to Bhutan from India?   

Indian nationals intending to visit Bhutan are required to carry any of the two valid 'Travel Documents' (a) Valid Indian Passports having validity of minimum 6 months; and/or (b) Voter Identity Card, issued by the Election Commission of India. No Visa is required to visit Bhutan.

What can you buy in Bhutan?   

Brilliantly carved colorful masks, Dzi Beads- Himalayan Beads, Items made of cane and bamboos, Hand-woven textiles, Sculptures and Buddhist Paintings.

What to pack before you go?   

Warm jacket, Good leather or waterproof fabric boots or shoes with good soles, Sunglasses , Sunhat and sunscreen, Backpack, Backpack

Type of Vacation


Family


Adventure

PLAN YOUR TRIP

Hidden away high amongst the mighty Himalayan range, the hidden kingdom of Bhutan is a destination that even the most seasoned traveler considers a privilege to visit. Sacred monasteries sit precariously on sheer cliffs, fluttering prayer flags line high mountain ridges, red robed monks chant in distant temples, and colorful masked dancers perform ancient rituals on sacred Dzong (fortress) grounds during Buddhist festivals. The people of Bhutan have drawn a rich culture from this heritage and made it the essence of their timeless identity. It only opened its doors to tourism in 1974, with the number for tourists visiting Bhutan kept to an environmentally manageable level through government regulated tourist tariff. A totally Buddhist kingdom, Bhutanese are renowned for their happiness, and are a proud people who wear their national costume with pride. Travel to Bhutan with Bhutan Travel Bureau and we will expose you to the awe-inspiring mysteries that this land has to offer. From the landscapes of snow-clad mountains, lush valleys, dense forests and rushing streams, to hidden rituals in remote monasteries and the daily life in far flung rural communities. Bhutan Travel Bureau will open the door to your Himalayan dream.

Detailed Itinerary

Day

1

Arrival Paro - Thimphu By Road 65kms/02hrs
Thimphu

Meet & Greet on arrival at Paro Airport and transfer to Thimphu (7,710 ft.) the capital city of Bhutan. On arrival, check- in at the hotel. Evening will be free to explore Thimpu town by walk. Overnight stay at Thimphu.


Day

2

Thimphu Local sightseeing - Paro by Road 65kms/02hrs
Paro

After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and visit some local sightseeing of Thimphu visiting Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Statue), National Memorial Chorten (Monument) & Folk Heritage Museum. Afternoon continue your drive towards Paro (7,483 ft.). On arrival, check- in at the hotel and relax. Overnight stay at Paro.


Day

3

Paro - Local sightseeing
Paro

After breakfast, start full day sightseeing covering Ta Dzong - National Museum with an excellent collection of Bhutanese antiquities, Rinpung Dzong - the administrative seat of the district of Paro. Afternoon visit Drukgyel Dzong - The Dzong was destroyed by fire in 1951 and is now preserved as heritage site & Kyichu Lhakhang - one of the oldest Buddist temples in Bhutan. In the evening, return back to the hotel for an overnight stay.


Day

4

Departure
Paro

After breakfast check out from hotel and drop at Paro Airport for your onward journey.


Hotels

Paro - 2 Nights

Bhutan Metta Resort And Spa

3 Star

Amankora Resort

Standard

INCLUSIONS

  • Accommodation for 03nights/04days 
  • Daily Breakfast and Dinner
  • Transfers & Sightseeing by AC Car
  • All Applicable Hotel Taxes

EXCLUSIONS

  • Any airfare/train fare 
  • Any guide charges
  • Any cost on personal expenses
  • Any other meals unless specified
  • GST  5% additional 

Know before you go

Is Bhutan safe to visit?   

Bhutan is a very safe place and should be visited by everyone atleast once in their lifetime.

What is the best time of year to visit Bhutan?   

October to December is the ideal time to visit Bhutan as the air is clear and fresh with sunny skies. January and February are colder

Is Indian currency accepted in Bhutan?   

INR 100 & 50 Rupee denomination may be used in Bhutan. Indian Rupee denomination note of INR 500, INR 1000 and INR 2000 are not accepted in Bhutan.

Do I need a passport to go to Bhutan from India?   

Indian nationals intending to visit Bhutan are required to carry any of the two valid 'Travel Documents' (a) Valid Indian Passports having validity of minimum 6 months; and/or (b) Voter Identity Card, issued by the Election Commission of India. No Visa is required to visit Bhutan.

What can you buy in Bhutan?   

Brilliantly carved colorful masks, Dzi Beads- Himalayan Beads, Items made of cane and bamboos, Hand-woven textiles, Sculptures and Buddhist Paintings.

What to pack before you go?   

Warm jacket, Good leather or waterproof fabric boots or shoes with good soles, Sunglasses , Sunhat and sunscreen, Backpack, Backpack

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