Bhutan Tour

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3100 m/at Dochula pass


4-star category hotel


Private Car / Van / Hiace Flight Ticket: Kathmandu to Paro

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Mountain Guide Trek has been organizing a Bhutan tour 8 nights / 9 days program an adventurous journey which covers most of the best parts of Bhutan and it will be your good memorable trip covers the two major cities of Bhutan-Paro and Thimpu. Paro has the only airport in Bhutan and has a few famous Dzongs. You will have the opportunity to visit some farm houses and interact with the locals and experience rural life.

Bhutan is the enchanting Kingdom of Bhutan that seems like a land that time has forgotten. Druk Yul, The Land of Thunder Dragon, is surrounded by the pristine natural environment and breathtaking splendours, It is a kingdom vibrant with rich cultural heritage and traditions. The land which is covered by verdant forest, lush green valleys, sparkling streams, and wonderful mountains covered with perennial snow. The land is so enchanting that many have rightfully compared it to the "Hidden Shangri-la". The lost Paradise -That land of Thunder - Bhutan Dragon with the belief that has a great deal to offer to the rest of the world. The beauty of the snow-laden Himalayan Mountains, rising abruptly from the plains of the Indian subcontinent is a sight beyond compare. The travellers experience the awe-inspiring wonders of the beauty of nature in its own unspoiled form.

Bhutan Tours and Treks package have one single uniform rate per person per day basis which is fixed by the Government of Bhutan, They do not have any Budget/Standard/ Deluxe categories, using moderate hotel and all packages are on full board with sightseeing.

You can enjoy and capture the treasures of Bhutan for your lifetime in Bhutan Tour



Day 01 : Kathmandu to Paro

Upon arrival at Paro Airport, obtain a visa for Bhutan by presenting the visa approval letter and a 2-page photograph. Our guide will meet you and drive you to the hotel. (Full board at a four-star hotel for one night)

Day 02: Paro to Thimphu.

Visit the abandoned Drugyel Dzong stronghold as part of your Paro sightseeing tour to understand why it continues to draw tourists. Early in the 17th century, the fort protected the Paro valley against a northern Tibetan invasion. When the skies are clear, Mount Chomolhari, at 7320 meters, towers over the Dzong. Continue along the lovely valley to the watchtower, or Ta-Dzong as it is known locally. In the 1960s, it was kept in the National Museum by the third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. The seven-story museum presents a variety of facets of Bhutanese history and culture going back to the seventh century. a quick descent to the Rinpung Dzong, the monks' administration and educational headquarters Continue along the path and enter Paro Town by crossing the historic bridge. 2-hour evening drive (65 km) to Thimphu (Overnight at 4-star hotel on full board hotel)

Day 03: Thimphu to Punakha to Wangdi.

Drive via the 3100m Dochula pass in Punakha for 3 hours to get to Wangduephodrang. In good weather, you may see the eastern Himalayan peaks,  which include Mount Gangar Punsum, Bhutan's tallest mountain at 7520 meters. The road leading from the pass drops steeply to the lower, milder valleys of Lobesa.

Day 04: Wangdi to Trongsa to Bumthang.

It will take around 6 or 7 hours to travel over 300 meters across three passes. The road offers breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas as well as picturesque scenery as it passes past isolated hamlets and rhododendron and pine forests. The Chendebji Chorten, built in the 18th century, will host a picnic meal. Arrive in a small town called Trongsa, which means new village, after travelling for an hour and a half. The settlement is primarily made up of recent Tibetan refugees, but the Trongsa Dzong is the most magnificent structure there. In the middle of the 17th century, this castle served as the administrative centre for all of eastern Bhutan. No outsiders are permitted inside the structure. Travel 2 hours further to Bumthang and stop at the Chume Weaving Center (Overnight at a 4-star hotel)

Day 05: Bumthang.

Bumthang, which is located at a height of 2600 m, has a uniqueness that attracts tourists and sets it apart from other areas. The deeply mystical location of Bumthang, which is made up of four smaller valleys, is buried in holy lore. In most nooks and crannies, legends about Guru Padmasambhava and his reincarnation known as Tertons still remain. It is also well-known for the woollen material (Yathra) that is displayed outside of for-sale homes. Visit the Jakar Dzong, the Jambay Lhakhang from the 7th century, the Kurjey monastery, Tamshing, and the Kunchosum monastery while sightseeing. Since this tour involves a round trip, walking is the most interesting option. (Stay the night at a four-star hotel with full service)

Day 06: Excurssion to Ura Valley.


Visit the new Ura monastery during a two-hour excursion to the Ura village. Visit Mebartso, which means "flaming lake," on the way.  Explore the village on foot before going back to the guest accommodation. A stroll in the evening to the Swiss farm where apple juice, cider, cheese, etc. are produced (Overnight at 4-star hotel on full board hotel)

Day 07: Bumthang to Wangdi.

Return to Wangduephodrang by car. 

(Stay the night at a four-star hotel with full service)

Day 8: Wangdi to Lobesa, then on to Thimphu and Paro

A short stroll through farm buildings and fields will bring you to Chime Lhakhang after a 3/4-hour drive from Lobesa to Paro.

Cost Details

  • Private vehicle, van, or bus pick-up and drop-off at the airport, hotel, or other location (all airport transfers).
  • For the duration of the excursion, standard, government-approved lodging is provided (in twin-share rooms).
  • licensed English-speaking Bhutanese tour guides are available.
  • All sightseeing tours and monument/museum admission fees are in accordance with the schedule.
  • For the duration of your stay in Bhutan, all meals—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—will be fixed along with tea and coffee.
  • On Day 1's evening with welcoming drinks, there is a country presentation and tour briefing.
  • supply of mineral water for the journey or vacation.
  • Government Royalty, which is $35 out of $250, goes toward national health and education initiatives.
  • Within Bhutan, private transportation and a driver. Toyota Coaster buses, Microbuses, and Prados are imported.
  • Toyota light trucks and 4 X 4 cargo vans for large groups
  • Every government tax we pay.
  • Vat and tourist service fees are official expenses.
  • Visa processing fees and help for Bhutan
  • flight from Kathmandu to Paro (on your request)
  • Al a carte meals, room service, and bottled, alcoholic, cold drinks.
  • Your travel protection (compulsory).
  • airfare abroad and the airport departure fee.
  • Payment for photographs (if and when applicable).
  • items that are purely personal, like washing.
  • Private Property.
  • Gratuities for tour guides, eateries, hotel lobby workers, porters, and concierges. (Tipping is customary.)
  • any other costs not shown in the Price Includes section.
  • Individual Trekking Gear
  • Note: The Cost Includes and Excludes part in the itinerary may help you better understand how the trip is planned. Once you inform us of the number of potential passengers and the departure date, we'll get back to you with the trip's exact cost.



Temperatures in Bhutan very according to weather, altitude, & time of the day. Carry all types of clothes. Except if you're traveling to Bhutan during the summers, it's advisable to carry warm clothes. Some of the items that you may consider carrying include :clothes as per season, sunglasses / spare glasses, pair of casual shoes, hat, umbrella, camera, films and accessories, insect repellent, hand cream, torch or flash light with spare batteries, mirror, scissor, sun cream, lip salve or soluble aspirin, antiseptic cream, anti-diarrhea pills, etc

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