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Charming Bhutan

The kingdom of Bhutan is an amazing place where the nations prosperity is counted in Gross National Happiness. A pristine land of hills, mountains and simple welcoming people, Bhutan will make you happy for sure. 

Paro - Thimphu - Punaka - Paro

7 Days 6 Nights

Tour Inclusions

Accomodation              Transport                    Meals

                      Guide                        Entrances                  

Tour Exclusions

Airfare, Travel Insurance, Visa charges, Tips and expenses of personal nature.

Daywise Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Paro airport, our team will receive you and we will start our drive towards the Capital of the Country, Thimphu. 

Day 02: Today after breakfast we will begin our day with the visit to the famous landmark of the capital, the Memorial Chorten, National Library, Art and Crafts Centre of Bhutan, Folk Heritage Museum, Royal Textile Museum, Changangkha Lhakhang, Buddha Dordenma. Witness the National Animal of Bhutan, Takin, at the Takin Reserve. If time permits in the evening, visit the Tashichho Dzong; the main secretarial building which houses the throne room of His Majesty the King of Bhutan and also the head seat of Chief Abbot of Bhutan.

Day 03: Drive towards the Dochula Pass, a 16 kilometers, 40 minutes drive.  From this pass, on a clear day, you can have a superb view of the highest peaks, the sharp peak being Masagang (7200 m) dominating the region.Drive to Punakaand in the afternoon sightseeing.

Day 04: After breakfast depart for Gangtey, a beautiful place of rolling hills and green meadows surrounded by snowcapped mountains. It is at an altitude of 3000m. . Afternoon drive back to Punaka. 

Day 05: Today drive back to Paro. Afternoon sightseeing of Paro.

Day 06: Hike to Taktsang monastery, clinging on the steep rock, is one of the holiest temple in Bhutan. It is believed that Guru Rinpoche flew on the Tigress back and meditated here.

Day 07: After breakfast transfer to the airport for your onward flight.  



This valley town serves as the main gateway to Bhutan for most visitors. Paro is home to Paro Taktsang, also known as Tiger's Nest, a spectacular monastery perched on a cliffside.

  • Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest Monastery): Perched on a cliff, it is one of Bhutan's most iconic landmarks.

  • Rinpung Dzong: A fortress-monastery overlooking the Paro Valley, known for its stunning architecture and annual Paro Tsechu festival.

  • Kyichu Lhakhang: One of Bhutan's oldest and most revered temples.

Image by Mike Swigunski


The capital city, known for its modern amenities mixed with traditional architecture.

  • Buddha Dordenma Statue: A massive statue of Buddha offering panoramic views of Thimphu.

  • Tashichho Dzong: The seat of the government and the central monastic body, notable for its impressive structure.

  • National Memorial Chorten: A stupa dedicated to world peace and prosperity.

  • Folk Heritage Museum: Showcases traditional Bhutanese life.

Image by Unma Desai
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The former capital of Bhutan, Punakha is a beautiful valley town located at the confluence of two rivers. Punakha Dzong, one of the most important dzongs in Bhutan, is located here.

  • Punakha Dzong: Known for its stunning location at the confluence of the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, and its historical significance.

  • Chimi Lhakhang: The temple of fertility, associated with the Divine Madman, Drukpa Kunley.

Image by Despina Galani

Gangtey Valley

Also known as the Phobjikha Valley is a winter habitat for black-necked cranes. This scenic valley is a great place for birdwatching and nature walks.​

  • Gangtey Monastery: An important monastery of the Nyingma school of Buddhism.

  • Black-necked Crane Center: Dedicated to the conservation of these endangered birds that migrate here in winter.

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Know before you go

Visa and Travel Requirements

Tourist Visa: Required for all visitors, except for citizens of India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives.

Tour Operators: Tours must be arranged through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator or their international partners.

Sustainable Development Fee: A daily fee that covers accommodation, meals, a licensed guide, and transport.

Cultural Experiences

Festivals (Tshechus): Vibrant religious festivals featuring masked dances and cultural performances.

Traditional Arts and Crafts: Bhutanese textiles, paintings, and handicrafts.

Local Cuisine: Dishes like Ema Datshi (chili cheese), Phaksha Paa (pork with red chilies), and momos (dumplings).

Travel Tips

Best Time to Visit: March to May and September to November for pleasant weather and major festivals.

Currency: Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN), but Indian Rupees are also widely accepted.

Dress Code: Modest clothing is recommended, especially when visiting religious sites.

Connectivity: Internet access is available in major towns, but connectivity may be limited in remote areas.


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