Bhutan Tour 6 Days

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2350 m/at Thimpu


4-star category hotel


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

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Mountain Guide Trek has been planning a 5-night, 6-day itinerary that explores most of Bhutan's top regions, and it will be beneficial to you. Paro and Thimpu, Bhutan's two largest cities, are covered by this wonderful journey. Bhutan's only airport and several renowned Dzongs are located in Paro. You will have the chance to engage with locals, tour some farm cottages, and get a taste of rural life.
Bhutan is the magical Kingdom of Bhutan, known as Druk Yul, The Land of Thunder Bhutan Dragon, because of its purely natural surroundings and spectacular splendours. It is an energetic monarchy with a rich cultural past and traditions. The area is covered in lush woodland, beautiful valleys, sparkling streams, and magnificent mountains that are perpetually snow-capped. Many people have rightly compared the country to the "Hidden Shangri-la" since it is so enchanted. The Thunder Bhutan Dragon's lost paradise, which is thought to have much to give the rest of the world. The Himalayan Mountains' stunning splendour is unmatched, rising abruptly from the Indian subcontinent's lowlands. The tourists take in the breathtaking sights of nature's splendour in its untainted state.

The Government of Bhutan has set a single, standard tariff per person, per day for Bhutan Tours and Treks packages. They use average hotels, do not have any budget, standard, or deluxe categories, and all of their packages include full board and sightseeing. On a Bhutan tour, you may take in and permanently preserve Bhutan's treasures.



Day 01: Kathmandu to Paro to Thimpu.

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 2: Sightseeing in Paro.

Visit the Drugyel Dzong stronghold in Paro, which is still popular with tourists because of its advantageous location. Drive back and trek up to Taktsang monastery's vantage point. It takes roughly two and a half hours to hike the entire way uphill through pine forests and communities. Within 800 meters of the Paro valley, the monastery clings to a massive granite cliff. Afternoon: Travel to the watch tower, or Ta-Dzong as it is known locally, across the lovely valley.

Day 03: Paro to Thimpu.

Drive there (1 and a half hours). Visit the Memorial Chorten built in memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the Changangkha monastery from the 15th century, the Motithang mini-zoo to see the endangered "Takin" national animal of Bhutan, and drive further down with a good view of the Thimphu valley after checking into Hotel Druk or River View or a similar establishment. Free time in the market and a visit to the new Drupthob nunnery shrine. (Full board at a four-star hotel for one night)

Day 04: Thimpu Wangdiphodrang.

Visit the National Library, the Royal Goldsmiths' Workshop, and the Handicraft Centers in the morning. PM If the weather is good, you can see the eastern Himalayan ranges, including the highest mountain in Bhutan, Mt. Gangar Punsum, 7520 meters, as you drive for three hours to Wangduephodrang. The road leading from the pass drops steeply to the lower, milder valleys of Lobesa. Visit the market area and the Wangduephodrang Dzong from the outside. (Full board at a four-star hotel for one night)

Day 05: Wangdiphodrang to Punakha to Paro.

Visit the Punakha Dzong, which served as the former capital of Bhutan, in the morning. This amazing castle is built between two rivers and has withstood numerous glacial floods and fires. A parade known as the Punakha Serda is held every year in February to remember the triumph over the Tibetans. Drive three hours to Thimpu for lunch before continuing two hours to Paro while stopping at the Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest structure. It now functions as a Buddhist college. (Full board at a four-star hotel for one night)

Day 06: Transfer to airport for departure.

On the last day, you will travel from Paro to your final destination (You could go back to Nepal or any other country). The hotel personnel will take you in a private car, van, or cab to the Paro airport.

Note :

At your request, we may book you a Druck flight from Kathmandu 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 vary according to weather, altitude & time of the day. Carry all types of clothes. Except if you're travelling 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 flashlight with spare batteries,
  • mirror scissors,
  • sun cream, lip salve or soluble aspirin, antiseptic cream,
  • anti-diarrhoea, etc.

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