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6 Days Tour in Bhutan. Bhutan is a beautiful country with stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and friendly people. From exploring ancient monasteries to trekking through lust forest, there are plenty of activities to fill your days in Bhutan. Whether you are a nature lover or an adventure seeker you will find something to enjoy on this tour in Bhutan. There are also plenty of cultural experiences that are sure to leave you with unforgettable memories of your time in Bhutan.
Paro International Airport/By Road from Bangdugra India.
All Hotels will be 3 star and above approved by DOT
All Guides used for the tour are licensed and approved by Department of Tourism
Luxury vehicle like SUVs and Hiace Bus is used for the tour.
Sightseeing’s for the day – Memorial Stupa, Buddha Point, Preserve Center for Takins, Changlimithang stadium and Archery Ground.
Upon landing in Paro Airport, you will be moved to Thimphu City, the capital of Bhutan.
On your way to Thimphu, enjoy the hypnotizing views of the mountain valleys and the waterways.
After arriving at Thimphu, Check-in into your hotel to drop your luggage’s and start your sightseeing around Thimphu.
First of all we will visit the Memorial Stupa. Built by the Royal Queen Mother in memory of the Late Third king of Bhutan.
After the Memorial stupa we will drive to Buddha Point, one of the largest Buddha statues in the world (167 feet). The statue is located on top a mountain providing a magnificent view of the city.
Take a break for lunch. And after lunch visit the Preserve Center for Takins, the national animal of Bhutan.
When you’re done visiting the Takins, take a stroll around the town. Take a glimpse of Changlimithang stadium and Archery Ground.
Drive back to the hotel. Dinner will be served, overnight stay at Thimphu.
Sightseeing’s for the day – Chime Lhakhang, Punakha Dzong, Dochu La.
Today you will be moving to Punakha. Stop by Dochu La (3,100m); which on a radiant morning offers brilliant views of the higher Himalayan ranges.
Additionally, the place is tranquil and is widely known for its 108 Stupas known as “Druk Wangyal stupas.”Continue with your trip to Punakha through Wangdue. At Wangdue visit Chime Lhakhang built during the fifteenth century.
After lunch drive to Punakha to visit Punakha Dzong. The fortification is situated at the confluence of two rivers which makes it delightful and appealing. Sightseeing for the day comes to an end for the day. Drive to Hotel, transient stay at Punakha.
Sightseeing’s for the day – Phobjikha Sanctuary, Gangtey Gompa Monastery.
As the day begins, we will drive to Phobjikha. Phobjikha is one of Bhutan’s few glacial valleys and home to the rare black-necked cranes. The cranes fly to Phobjikha from the Tibetan plateau during winter.
Spend the day exploring Phobjikha, including a visit to Phobjikha Sanctuary with a chance to see the rare Black Necked Cranes (Nov-Mar).
Followed by a visit to Gangtey Gompa Monastery. Built during the sixteenth century. The structure is a beautiful example of ancient Buddhist architecture.
After visiting the monastery drive to the hotel. The rest of the time will be for leisure. Phobjikha is a place where you may relax and enjoy the view and the surroundings. Overnight stay at Phobjikha.
Sightseeing’s for the day – Semtokha Dzong, Royal Botanical Garden, Simply Bhutan.
After an early breakfast, drive to Thimphu.
Upon arriving at Thimphu visit Semtokha Dzong. It houses the Institute for Language and Cultural studies. And is one of the oldest structures in the country.
Once you’re done exploring the institute, drive to the Royal Botanical Garden. This Botanical Park is full of different flora and fauna including Children’s Park and small restaurants.
After the Botanical Park, drive to simply Bhutan. It’s a historical museum resembling an old Bhutanese town. It highlights conventional cooking, performances and exhibitions.
Sightseeing’s for the day – Hike to Tigers Nest Monastery.
After a good meal at the hotel, we will drive to Paro and head toward the base of the mountain to begin our climb.
The religious monastery is found 900 meters above the valley floor giving terrific views of the Paro valley.
It takes roughly 3 – 6 hours to finish the climb. You can likewise lease a pony to climb the path in the event that you can’t talk.
After the climb drive back to your hotel, spruce up yourself, and the evening will be for a leisure stay at the hotel with an overnight stay at Paro.
End of your 6 Days Bhutan Tour.
On the last day, after breakfast, you will check out from the hotel. Your guide and driver will drive you to the Airport. With this, your tour in Bhutan will come to an end. Hope you enjoyed your stay Best Wishes!
All important documentation like Bhutan Visa and Permits, Accommodation, transportation, Meals, and guide and Daily SDF.
The tour typically covers popular attractions like Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. Highlights may include visits to Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest), Buddha Dordenma Statue, Punakha Dzong, and various monasteries and traditional markets.
Yes, all tourists traveling to Bhutan require a valid visa. Bhutanese visas are processed through licensed tour operators in Bhutan. You will need to provide your passport details and other necessary documents for visa processing.
The best time for a 6-day tour in Bhutan is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer pleasant weather, clear skies, and vibrant landscapes, making them ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.
Yes, as per Bhutan’s regulations, all tourists are required to have a licensed Bhutanese guide accompanying them for the entire duration of their stay. The guide will provide valuable insights into Bhutanese culture, history, and customs.
Bhutan offers a range of accommodations, including luxury hotels, boutique lodges, and comfortable guesthouses. The accommodations generally reflect the country’s traditional architecture and offer modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. The lowest standard for tourist would be 3 star property as per the Government rules.
Yes, many tour operators offer customizable itineraries to suit your preferences and interests. You can work with your tour operator to include specific attractions or activities that you wish to experience during your 6-day tour in Bhutan.
Bhutanese cuisine is unique and often includes dishes like Ema Datshi (chili and cheese), Phaksha Paa (pork with red chili), and Momos (dumplings). However, most hotels and restaurants also offer a variety of international cuisines to cater to different tastes.
We made our first trip to Bhutan after hearing many positive reviews from friends. We signed up for a week’s guided tour with Excursion to Himalayas. I must say the services rendered by Mr Mindu (the boss), Yeshi (the guide) and Mama (the driver) were top class. Thank you.