Find the best Bhutan Tour Packages and explore its rich history, charming architecture, centuries-old culture and customs, unadulterated forest cover, and immaculate landmarks, it is a flat-out must-visit Nation while encountering perhaps the rarest festivals on earth.

What separates traveling to Bhutan from other nations?

In Bhutan, prosperity and progress are measured by the satisfaction of the citizens. Instead of Gross domestic product, it is the Gross National Happiness index that impacts strategy making and governance. Visiting Bhutan is pure as Bhutan holds the distinction of being the only carbon-negative nation on the planet. This is a great title to hold. Obviously, you don’t hear much about Bhutan because Bhutan follows a “low volume and High impact” tourism policy where the country bars the backpacker and independent traveler.

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Secret Temple and Tiger nest Hike


Bhutan travel becomes more credible and worthy as the Western impact is at an absolute minimum. It is difficult to imagine that only 50 years ago, Bhutan didn’t take part in the world. There were less than 20 vehicles, the United Nations hadn’t recognized it as a country and it had never been attacked or colonized; remaining free from western influence and it is perhaps one of the youngest democracies on the planet.

Bhutan is no ordinary place for you to miss the opportunity to explore this secret hidden Kingdom.

Our Bhutan Tour Packages start from a day tour to 21 days wild eastern Bhutan Journey. We are best at crafting the best Bhutan tour itinerary based on our experience. Check our Bhutan Tour Packages with the best reviews and cost-friendly.

Guide welcoming guest with white khadhar at Paro International airport

Guide Bijay welcoming guests with white khadhar at Paro International Airport.


Bhutan’s rich culture and tradition have always attracted thousands of tourists from all over the world. This small Himalayan Kingdom located between two giant nations has preserved its thousands of years of history. Shrouded by mystery and magic, Bhutan offers a unique experience for its visitors. To explore and to be one with pristine nature is the highlight of choosing Bhutan as your travel destination.

Tiger Nest Tour with Punakha Extension

This is 4 days tour that extends up to Punakha valley the most fertile valley of Bhutan. The highlight of this tour is the hike to Secret temple Tiger Nest monastery at Paro.

Thimphu City Tour with Paro Visit

Tour the capital city of Bhutan. Thimphu has more than 20 sights to see while in touring around the capital city. The tour also covers the best of Paro Bhutan.

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Explore the Village and Farms of Bhutan

Bhutan Honeymoon Package

Enjoy the best Honeymoon tour in Bhutan. Love is everywhere and every place provides you with best of what they have. The amazing way to spend your Honeymoon trip is to choose Bhutan as a Honeymoon destination. Here is the 5 reasons why Bhutan is best for Honeymoon tour.

11 Days Family Vacation

Bhutan is the best to enjoy yourself with family. Bhutan Family Vacation tour is The classic Bhutan city tour that takes you to the most popular city of Thimphu, Paro, Punakha and Wangdue which highly reflect every aspect of the mysterious Bhutanese life. Meanwhile, this trip guides you to the upper rhododendron ridden Punakha valley where large tracts of paddy fields can be sighted while hiking the Stunning Khamsum monastery.

Solo Tour of Bhutan

Bhutan is very safe for solo travelers.

Cultural Exploration of Bhutan

This tour takes you to explore the best cultural sights of Bhutan. The tour mostly covers the unique Dzongs, Architecture of temples, Farm house and cultural Hike.

Bhutan Cultural Tour

Valley in Central Bhutan with Paddy field

Bhutan In-depth Tour

Bhutan is popular for unique travel destination. The itinerary covers the best of Central and Western Bhutan of Paro, Bumthang, Punakha and Wangdiphodrang. Few accomodation in this tour program is upgraded to 4 star hotel for clients to experience the luxury of Bhutan with Indepth tour of Bhutan.

15 days tour of Bhutan

This 15 days journey of Bhutan will take you deep into the Country to explore the beautiful valley of Gangtey, Trongsa, and Bumthang. The highlight of this tour is a visit to magnificent Trongsa Dzong the country’s largest Dzong and remote Ura village excursion.

Quick Bhutan Tour (3N4D)

This is quick travel to Bhutan. If you do not have enough holidays from your workplace this tour is right for you. The package gives you enough impression of the country to visit again. The journey covers the main capital City and Khamsumyulley Namgyel Hike in Punakha.

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Essential 5 Days Bhutan Tour Packages

Whether you’re searching for a holiday with friends or a nice vacation then don’t skip this beautiful spot if you don’t have long leave from your office. The highlight of this tour is the visit to Chhimi Lhakhang (Fertility Temple) at Punakha located on the small hills of Lobesa. Get the most out of it in your quick break. View More Details Here

6 Days Bhutan Tour Packages

An opportunity to explore the renowned western, central, and spiritual valleys of Bhutan during your 6 days Bhutan Travel. Visit the temples, monasteries, and fortresses. Watch the ever-changing scenic beauty of Bhutan’s forests and the Himalayan peaks exude the luxury of a luxurious four-wheel drive. Enjoy the most beautiful and captivating experience of your life.

7 Days Bhutan Tour

Drive through the high mountain passes and travel through rapidly shifting habitats from pine trees to hills lined with rhododendrons, magnolia, and dwarf bamboo – rich with birds and wildlife. The centerpiece of this Bhutan trip is the time spent visiting the spectacular Phobjikha Valley, the winter home of the extraordinary Black-Necked Cranes.

Punakha Tour

The Majestic Punakha Dzong, Tour the winter capital of Bhutan.

Wilderness Bhutan Tour

The most adventure and exquisite tour of Bhutan for 22 days. This tour itinerary covers the best of Bhutan starting from Paro International airport to the remote eastern District of Trashi Yangtse. The route also covers the most secluded parts of Bhutan. Return Paro airport from newly opened Yonphula Domestic Airport which is the only airport that connects Paro with eastern Bhutan.

Bhutan Mountain Biking Tour

Mountain Biking tour of Bhutan takes you on a beautiful tour across the winding roads of the Himalayas through thick rhododendrons forest. The Bhutan biking tours can be done on both roads and off-road routes across the country. The best and scenic ride can be from Paro to Thimphu (60Km) and from Thimphu to the beautiful valley of Punakha.

Bhutan Birding Tour

Bhutan has a diverse avifauna. 616 species have been recorded so far & many more are likely to be found as more people visit the country to see its birds. Around 464 species are resident although some of these are augmented by winter visitors that breed further north. Some residents are sedentary throughout the year, whilst others undertake irregular movements, either locally or more widely in the region, moving around according to the abundance of their food supply. This Birding tour takes you deep into the Birding habitat of the Bhutan remotest district.

Pilgrimage Tour in Bhutan

Bhutan is a paradise for Buddhist Pilgrimage tour as a country have many religious sites. Bhutan is only the country in the world that retains the tantric Vajrayana form of Mahayana Buddhism. Wherever you go one can find prayer wheel turning and religious flags waving in the breeze sending the messages of Budha from populated valleys, mountains slopes, bridges, and high passes to desolate and remote mountains. The lonely alpine passes have the sacred mantra Om Mani Padme Hun inscribed on stones and hills. The Bhutanese landscape is full of Chorten housing sacred relics. Your Pilgrimage tour of Bhutan is accomplished.

Helicopter Tour of Bhutan

Helicopter tour of Bhutan is a newly customized itinerary introduced for those interested clients to witness the aerial view of Bhutan. We have a tailor-made number of itineraries for the tour.

Tour 1: Scenic Heli tour of western Bhutan and discover the aerial view of the popular Tiger Nest temple.

Tour 2: Hidden Lake tour of Eastern Bhutan.

Tour 3: Heli Biking Tour.

Book any of this Heli tour of Bhutan.

Nepal Tibet and Bhutan Tour Packages

Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan is combination of 3 Kingdom tour which is one of the classic tours crafted for those who love Mountains and its people. The trip covers the best places and sights. Start your tour from Kathmandu, visit Lhasa and end with Bhutan. The tour offers the beautifull view of Everest, Amazing Potala Palace and unique culture of Tibet, and Happiness dose in Bhutan at the end of your trip. Check the detail itinerary of Nepal Tibet and Bhutan.

Bhutan Tour Packages from India

India is the closest neighbour of Bhutan with easy access through flights and overland. If you are travelling from Delhi, the best way to reach Bhutan is by flights. The flight takes 3 hours to reach Paro International Airport from Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. In the sam way Bhutan also operates flights from Kolkatta, Bagdugra and Guwahati which makes the travel to Bhutan easy. You can check more details on “How can you travel to Bhutan from India and Bhutan packages offered”?


Paro Festival Tour Package

Paro Tsechu is one of the most visited festivals in Bhutan. With dances performed in stunning masks and costumes by trained monks and laymen. Tsechu (festivals) is one of the best ways to experience the ancient culture of Bhutan. A Tsechu is a festival of Buddhism in recognition of Guru Rimpoche, the saint who brought Buddhism to Bhutan.

Thimphu Festival Tour

The Thimphu Festival (Tsechu) is one of the biggest festivals in Bhutan and draws the largest crowd. This festival also offers a great opportunity to observe the locals gathered in a celebration of their culture and faith in their finest Gho’s and Kira’s (National Attire). We customize this Thimphu Festival Tour.

Druk Wangyal Tshechu

It is a remarkable festival, as it’s orchestrated by the Royal Bhutan Army rather than by monks or priests. It’s a tribute to the wise leadership of the Fourth King of Bhutan, His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck for the victory over Indian insurgent forces residing in southern Bhutan. It also honors the Royal Bhutan Army’s continued efforts to preserve the country’s sovereignty and stability.

Festival Celebration in Bhutan

Festival Celebration in Bhutan. Monk during the opening ceremony.


Bhutan offers both beauty and variety when it comes to trekking. The kingdom is home to some of the rare species of flora and fauna and the country also believes in protecting wildlife mandated by the law of the Kingdom of Bhutan. Find the most Popular Trekking in Bhutan.

Druk Path Trek

Druk Path Trek is one of the most popular and beautiful treks in Bhutan. The trek starts from Paro Dopshari and ends in Thimphu or vice versa. According to TCB 1650 tourists trekked the route in 2019 making the top best trek chosen by the clients.

Jumolhari Base Camp Trek:

It is 6 days Trek starting from Drugyel Dzong Paro and coming back the same route. Camping at the base of Jumolhari Mountain is the highlight of this trek. The trek is moderate.

Dagala Thousand Lake Trek

Located in between Thimphu and Paro, Dagala Trek is one of the most iconic treks in Bhutan. You hardly see people taking this trekking trail and is one of the off-the-beaten treks of Bhutan. The trek begins from Thimphu passing through gaynekha village and ending at the same place.

Dur Hotspring Trek:

Located in central Bhutan the trek routes are the old expedition route to Mt.Gangkar Puensum across several Hotspring. The trail also overlaps with the most challenging Snowman trek. Hotspring is the highlight of this trek.


Getting into Bhutan is very easy, unlike many countries. Many think that Bhutan limits the number of people to travel to Bhutan. This myth is completely misguiding. Bhutan does have control over the flow of mass tourism into the country by levying the daily tariff. The tariff mandates that you book your trip with a licensed tour operator and cannot travel as a backpacker or travel solo.

Bhutan Tourism Policy

Bhutan does have capping to control mass tourism. We do not want our country to sink with tourists everywhere and lose our authenticity. We are into quality tourism and want our entire guest to experience the best of Bhutan. Therefore in order to maintain the quality of tourists traveling to Bhutan, the Bhutanese Government has mandated a policy of “high-value low volume tourism policy” and has fixed a daily tariff of USD 250 per person in peak season and USD 200 for lean Season. The daily tariff helps the country to control the mass inflow of tourists by reducing the burden on the overall infrastructure. By controlling the tourist Bhutan protects its ecosystem and natural resources.

How to apply for Bhutan Visa?

It is easy to process a Bhutan visa since individuals do not have to be present personally or go through formalities like other countries around the world to process a visa. Once you book your tour with us we do all the formalities. You just have to pack your suitcase and start your journey.

Documents required for Bhutan Visa

You need a passport copy and your confirmed flight tickets. With these documents, your visa will be in your hand before you start your journey. All foreigners traveling in Bhutan need visas to enter Bhutan except for the citizen of India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives. Indian nationals need not apply for a visa in advance and their permit for Bhutan travel is given upon arrival. You do not have to pay Visa fees.

New policy for regional tourists beginning 2020 states that USD 16 per person will be chargeable to travel to Bhutan. Unlike foreign travelers, their daily tariffs do not cover anything but the free entrance to museums and Dzongs. The daily fees for regional tourists will be implemented once the tourism resumes after Covid-19.


Bhutan is the least famous country in the world, many have never heard about this tiny Himalayan Kingdom. Some even think that Bhutan is part of India. Our country is the small Himalayan Hermit Kingdom between two large giants, China in the north and India in the south. Our country though small with less than a million populations has never been colonized nor politicized. We have our own happy King ruling our Kingdom with Gross National Happiness as the main measure for development.

You can enter Bhutan by flight or by road. Bhutan has flights operating from Delhi, Kolkatta, Singapore, Bangkok, Kathmandu, and Guwahati. You can either book the tickets through us or buy from the two airlines that operate flights in Bhutan.

You can also enter Bhutan by road from Phuntsholing bordered with West Bengal or from Samdrupjongkhar entering from Guwahati. There is no other route to enter Bhutan by road except from India.

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Bhutan Groups from Hongkong with Guide and Owner of the Company

How to Travel Bhutan from India?

Traveling to Bhutan from India is very easy. You can either enter Bhutan by road through West Bengal or take direct flights to Bhutan. Bhutan Airlines and Drukair operate direct flights to Bhutan from Delhi, Kolkatta, Bagdogra, and Guwahati. You can take any of these flights to enter Bhutan. We are a registered agent to book your flight tickets to Bhutan from India and our prices are very reasonable.

How to Travel to Bhutan from the USA?

Bhutan does not have any direct flights to the USA. To visit Bhutan all individuals traveling from the US have to take a transit flight from INDIA, Bangkok, Singapore, or Kathmandu to reach Bhutan. All major airport from the USA operates flights to India or Bangkok. From there you can catch direct flights to Bhutan.

Flights to Bhutan

Drukair and Tashi Airlines operates flights from a different country in Asia.

  • India(Kolkatta,Delhi,Bagdogra,Guwahati).
  • Thailand from Bangkok
  • Singapore 3 times a week
  • Nepal from Kathmandu daily
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Paro International Airport


We are smoothly connected with air transport. The two local airlines Drukair and Bhutanairline operate from Bangkok, Kathmandu, India, and Singapore. With just two Airlines operating in Bhutan, the airline handles thousand of tourists visiting Bhutan every year. Drukair and Bhutanairlines are two Operating airlines in Bhutan. The maximum carrying capacity of each airline is just 80 to 90 people. If you plan to fly into Bhutan you need to book your tickets at least 3 months ahead of your travel time so that you get your tickets on your travel date.

Guide to Bhutan Road Trip

You can enter Bhutan via road from India. There are three entry points from the road to enter Bhutan. One from Phuntsholing the famous entry points bordering West Bengal where entry is flooded with tourists, another from Samdrupjongkhar in the east bordering with Guwahati, and the last one from Gaylegphug bordering with Assam. If you have an extended plan to visit this bordering destination we also cater to tour Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Assam Duars.


Whenever I travel outside for leisure, the first thing I would do is to check the best time to travel. This way I will avoid any unexpected surprises that will spoil my Holidays. This will also help me plan my vacation and pack my suitcase accordingly. It’s always advisable to travel light so that you are not bogged down with unnecessary luggage to drag along your tour. As a tour operator, I get thousands of questions like “when is the best time to travel to Bhutan? or “what should I pack for this tour? I have answered this kind of question a thousand times in my business field over the last 13 years. My answer for the Best time to Travel to Bhutan has always been the same “Bhutan is all year round destination”. Here is my justification.

Best time to visit Bhutan

Bhutan during the summer Season

Detail Bhutan Travel Guide by Season

Summer is green with so many exciting nature hike to exploring mountain flower. Winter is perfect for photography and cultural exploration due to the presence of a clear blue sky. All months throughout the year have something to offer you. March April, September October is the Festive season in Bhutan and you can combine your tour with the festival of Bhutan, to name a few Paro festivals in Spring, and Thimphu Festival in Autumn is considered the most popular festival in Bhutan. The exact date of the festival will vary depending on the Buddhist calendar. Check with the exact festival dates before your travel plan.

Bhutan Travel in Summer and what you can expect?

Summer( June July August ) is a time to explore nature in green and the best way to explore summer is to include hiking in all your tour itineraries. Short Hikes like Takin Trail Hike and Kuenselphodrang Hike in Thimphu, Chelela to Kiligoenpa Hike at Paro, Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Hike at Punakha, and the Nature trail of Gangtey village are the most beautiful hike you should not miss if you visit Bhutan in summer.

Travel Bhutan in Winter and what you can expect?

The Winter season(December January and February) favors us with a clear blue sky with Snow-capped mountains. Many travel website for Bhutan tells us Spring and Autumn as the best time to travel Bhutan based on weather but as a local living in Bhutan, I can recommend you the best time to travel Bhutan will completely depend on your choice of what you want to see in Bhutan and your convenience from your work.

Climates in BHUTAN

We do experience extreme weather like heavy rainfall during July and August and Snowfall in December and January. The temperature during peak summer is about 25 degrees during the day and 18 degrees at night in central Bhutan like Thimphu, Paro, Phobjikha, and Bumthang. Punakha will be hotter than any of this district. Winter temperature can be 15 degrees during the daytime and below 0 degrees at night. This will also help you to pack for your vacation accordingly. If you wish to explore Bhutan with fewer tourists then the lean season is best suited for you. The cost is also less and pocket-friendly.

How much does it cost to travel to Bhutan?

Bhutan has a fixed daily tariff to follow to book the tour packages. Tourists have to pay $250 per person per day during peak season((March, April, May, September, October, and November) and $200 per person per day for the lean season(June, July, August, December, January, and February). The daily tariff covers all your expenses like accommodation, transportation within the country, Professional Guide, entrance, and all meals during you still in Bhutan.

Is Bhutan worth Visiting paying USD 250?

My answer was always “NO”. My justification was Bhutan couldn’t be bought with the dollar. Bhutan is more than $250.

After carefully explaining the daily tariff Inclusion and Exclusion many of our clients were ready to experience the tour of Bhutan. Hundreds of tourists book the tour with us every year from all around the world. Most of our clients were satisfied with our service. There are a few incidents where clients complained about a few shortfalls about spicy food, bumpy roads, and a Dog barking at night which is way beyond our reach. We can always be flexible and take them to taste the local’s foods or in Burger points when in cities like Thimphu and Paro.

What does Bhutan Tour Cost include?

Here is how Bhutan Travel Cost works. The Bhutan Travel Cost not only covers your meals, Accommodation, Transportation, Guide, and all entrance fees but a chunk of your money also goes to free education and healthcare system for Bhutanese people. In a way, if you book your Bhutan Travel you are also contributing to the nation for free education and a healthcare system.

The Healthcare system in Bhutan is free for all Bhutanese. Not only Bhutanese even the American couple who was the first victim of Covid 19 flew back home without having to pay even a single penny while he was admitted to Bhutan Hospital for almost a month because of Covid-19. No insurance was claimed for hospital expenditure. Are you ready to Book your Travel To Bhutan?

Tea served during Short Hike tour of Bhutan

Tea served during Short Hiking tour of Bhutan


How to pack while traveling in Bhutan? You do not want to spend your Bhutan Tour in your uncomfortable shoes or Shivering with cold throughout or sweating. Bhutan experiences different climatic conditions. Packing your clothes will depend on which months you have booked your trip. Let me advise you on what to wear season-wise.

What clothes to wear in Bhutan during winter (December, January, February)?

It is very cold especially in places like Paro, Thimphu, Haa, Bumthang, and Phobjikha. The temperature will drop down to minus 4. So it’s better to have at least one warm jacket, thick cotton pants and muffler and monkey cap with comfortable shoes to protect you from this cold especially at night. You will not be needing it during day time.

What clothes to wear in Bhutan during Spring and Autumn(March, April, May, September, October, and November)?

This time of the year is very favorable as the weather is warm with bright sunlight. I would advise you to carry at least one pair of cotton pants and socks and Light jackets will do the job. As far as possible it’s always best to travel light.

Summer (June, July, and August)

Summer is hot and the temperature ranges from 27 degrees high to a low of 20 degrees. Just carry what suits you best into this weather and note that this is peak monsoon season and waterproof jackets and shoes will be better while traveling Bhutan.


If you don’t include the Tiger nest hike, your visit to Bhutan will not be complete. Tiger nest temple is a secret monastery hanging on a cliff 900 meters above Paro valley overlooking the entire city. This 400 years old monastery is the holy grail for all Buddhist followers in Bhutan. During the auspicious day, the routes are packed with local people visiting the shrine. The monastery got its name from a legend called Guru who flew from Tibet on the back of Tigress to meditate on this cave. The cave later named Tiger Nest or Taktsang. The hike takes around 3 hours, an uphill walk to reach the shrine. There is a small cafeteria before reaching the monastery to relax with a quick coffee.

Tiger Nest Hike

Our guide with Honeymoon Couple Mr.Kasper and His girlfriend


We carefully select our guide with good reviews from our past clients. The guide is the first person you meet upon arrival and the last person to see you off. Your Bhutan Travel success will depend on how the guide makes you feel while in Bhutan. As a tour operator, I have encountered many instances where I had to change the guide in the middle of the tour and this has given me rich experience about how guide plays a vital role in growing my company. Our 70% of our guests are all referrals from our past clients and we leave no stone unturned to make sure that your tour is a success.


Mr. Yeshey Tharchen (Cultural Guide)

Yeshey is our senior-most Guide in the company. He has been leading groups for the last 5 years with lots of good reviews from the clients. His wife recently gave birth to a beautiful daughter and he had to take 6 months’ leave to take care of his daughter.

Once you are with him you are safe and in a trusted hand. He also makes sure that the guest does not leave Bhutan without tasting butter tea prepared by his mother.

Mr. Tika Subba (Cultural and Nature Guide)

Tika is an adventurous man and he is still single. He does not want to get married unless he becomes rich like Bill Gates (Joking). Well, he wants to be comfortable financially before he decides to lead a family life. His expertise in the tourism field is mostly cultural tourism.

Mr. Tenzin Choedra (Cultural Guide)

His friend calls him by his nickname cox because of his cocky nature. He makes sure that his clients get all the authentic experiences while in Bhutan. His field experience has been praised by many of the guests who traveled to Bhutan with him.

Mr.Tashi Wangchuk (Nature Guide)

He is a sincere and very dedicated guide who has worked with us for the last 5 years. He works mostly with big groups because of his ability to cater to the need of every individual. He handles lots of regional tourists traveling to Bhutan from India Bangladesh and Maldives.

Mrs. Lhendup (Female Culture and Nature Guide)

Only lady guide we have in the company. Miss Lhendup accompanies Some of our female solo traveler to Bhutan who does not feel comfortable with a male guide. Miss. Lhendup is well versed in Bhutan history and very outgoing. She reads a lot and doesn’t get surprised if she talks about the famous author Daniele Steel. She is a fan of this author.

Lal Bdr Rai: He is one of the oldest guides we have. His field of experience is trekking in different parts of Bhutan. He completed all the treks in Bhutan it has to offer and he is the GEM of trekking Guide in our company.

Cleaning chelela Pass by our team. Being responsible.

(From left to right)-Tenzin Guide, Sagar Manager, Lhendup lady Guide, Tika Guide, Mindu owner, Eden Reservation, Bikas Driver, and Kinley Guide. Cleaning Chelela Pass at Paro by our team. Being responsible for our waste.


With tourist paying USD 250 per person per day we cannot compromise on our transport. For group of 1 to 2 person great comfort SUV car will be given and for 3 to 6 person Toyota Hiace bus with comfortable seats will be provided. We make sure that your travel to Bhutan is as comfortable as possible.

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