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Bhutan Family Vacation

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  • Whole Day Tour
  • Max People : 16
  • Wifi Available
  • Jan 24’ - Dec 24'
  • Min Age : 12+
  • Pickup: Paro International Airport

Bhutan family travel packages include fun trips to Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, and more where one can witness the wonderful waterfall, Parks, zoo and museums.

Departure & Return Location

Paro International Airport.

Bhutan Family Vacation Tour Route

Paro to Thimphu Sightseeing (2200M):

Thimphu Tour to Punakha Tour

Punakha to Gangtey Tour (2300M)

Gangtey to Paro.

Paro to Haa Tour

Haa to Paro Tour

Paro Tiger Nest Hike and See Off

 

Hotels

Hotel Type

All Hotels are 3 Star and above.

Price Inclusion for Family Vacation

  • All Accommodation in Bhutan in 3 star Hotel
  • Professional English speaking Guide throughout the Trip
  • Taxes and service charges.
  • Airport Pick and Drop
  • All meals as per the Itinerary
  • Entrance Fees for all monuments in Bhutan

Price Excludes

  • Travel Insurance
  • Bills of Personal Nature
  • International airfare/Domestic
  • Shopping or sovenior
  • Anything not mentioned in the Itinerary

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Trekking Pole for Tiger Nest Hike
  • Unlimited drinking water
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect during Bhutan Family Vacation Tour?
  • Hike the Popular Tiger Nest Temple
  • Experience the Happiness in Kingdom of Bhutan
  • Punakha's Khamsum yulley Namgyel monastery is a must-see.
  • Cross the longest suspension bridge, that connects Punakha Dzong to outlying communities.
  • Experience archery shooting and see beautiful women do a traditional dance.
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Bhutan Family Vacation Tour Details

Day 01First Impression of Paro upon Arrival by Drukair/Bhutan Airline:

The tour ends at 1600 Hours

Our company’s personnel will greet you and give you an overview of our classic Bhutan tour program. Drive to Thimphu, which is a 1-hour drive from the airport, after receiving your luggage. Thimphu district encompasses some of the Kingdom’s most sophisticated and inaccessible areas.

Visit the 13th Arts and Crafts School after lunch, followed by the Folk Heritage Museum. Then, spend a night at the hotel the evening.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 2Thimphu tour: Start Time at 0900 Hours and ends at 1600 Hours

Your day will begin with a visit to the Takin Preserve. The Motithang Takin Preserve is a wildlife reserve area for Takin, Bhutan’s national animal, and is located in the Motithang district of Thimphu, Bhutan. Originally a mini-zoo, it was turned into a preserve after it was discovered that even when released free, the animals refused to enter the surrounding forest.

You will then do an afternoon tour to Simply Bhutan, where you will have the option to try Archery shooting which is Bhutan’s national sport. Followed by a visit to the spectacular Trashichho Dzong where you will see the King of Bhutan’s official residence. You will then be back at the hotel in the evening.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 3Thimphu to Punakha

Punakha was the historic capital of Bhutan until Thimphu took its position in 1967. Punakha is 80 kilometers from Thimphu and considerably warmer. Stop at Dochula Pass, where 108 tiny stupas have been built in memory of dead soldiers during the 2003 conflict. On a clear day, the Himalayan mountain range can also be seen.

Continue on to the fertility temple, also known as Chimi Lhakhang, which was created to commemorate the Himalayan divine lunatic. Then, At the hotel for the evening.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 4Punakha to Gangtey:

We’ll hike the beautiful Khamsum yulley Namgyel monastery before traveling to Gangtey. The journey takes you over the longest suspension bridge. Queen Mother constructed the temple in 2004. One of the highlights of the visit is the breathtaking view of the Punakha valley from the monastery.

Visit Gangtye monastery, one of the most important Nyingmapas monasteries in Buddhism. Gangtey also offers a two-hour hiking trail that runs from the monastery to the hotel. Then, Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 05Gangtey to Paro:

Visit the Black Necked Crane Information Center before departing for Paro. The center informs you about the arrival of the cranes and their activities. Gangtey is 5 hours away from Paro. When you arrive in Paro, pay a visit to the Drugyel Dzong, which was newly rebuilt after being devastated by fire. Then,at the hotel in the evening.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 6Paro to Haa:

Haa is a small district in Bhutan’s western region that has lately opened to tourists. Chelela pass is 68 kilometers from Paro (4800m). From Paro to Haa, the journey takes about 3 hours. Visit the monastery at Haa and take a walk through the valley. Then, spend the evening at the hotel.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 7Haa to Paro:

Begin your travel from Haa to Paro early in the morning, following the same route. After arriving at the Chelela Pass, a 15-minute trek towards the mountain will give you a sight of the sky burials that the locals use to bury tiny children under the age of six.

The hike begins in Chelela pass and leads to Kili Goenpa. The hike takes about 2 hours and takes place in pinewood woodland. Around 100 nuns live in the temple. At the end of the hiking trail, our driver will meet you. Then, you will drive to Paro and spend the night there.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 8 Paro Tiger Nest Hike:

 

Bhutan’s most popular walk is the Tiger Nest. The temple is extremely important to the residents of Paro valley. The temple serves the needs of thousands of locals seeking blessings for their newborn children and harvesting of crops.

In the afternoon, visit Rinphung Dzong followed by the cantilever bridge. Then, spend the night at Hotel.

Included: Guide | Accommodation | Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner | Tours

Day 9Paro drop off:

This day will be the last day and our personnel will see you off from the airport. Please make sure your documents are in proper place for your journey Home.

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FAQ About Bhutan Family Vacation

Is Bhutan good for family trip?

Bhutan is the ideal destination for family travel, and this seven-day journey highlights a trio of exceptional terrain.

Can children go to Bhutan?

For minor children (below 18 years of age), if not having a Passport, the Birth Certificate in original is required. No Visa is required to visit Bhutan for Indian national but for national other than Indian Passport is mandatory.

Is Bhutan a family-friendly destination?

Yes, Bhutan is known for its family-friendly environment, welcoming culture, and a range of activities suitable for all ages.

What are the main attractions for families in Bhutan?

Families can enjoy exploring historic dzongs, scenic landscapes, traditional villages, and engaging in cultural activities.

Is the Bhutan Family Vacation suitable for children?

Yes, the itinerary is often designed to cater to various age groups, and activities can be adjusted to suit the preferences and energy levels of children.

Are there educational and cultural experiences for children on this vacation?

Yes, the Bhutan Family Vacation typically includes visits to cultural sites, interactions with locals, and opportunities for learning about Bhutanese traditions.

Are there age restrictions for certain activities in the itinerary?

Activity age restrictions may vary, and tour operators usually provide details on each activity’s suitability for different age groups.

Are there any adventure activities suitable for families?

Some family vacations may include gentle adventure activities like short hikes, wildlife excursions, or cultural workshops suitable for all family members.

Are there kid-friendly facilities in Bhutan, such as parks or recreational areas?

While Bhutan may not have extensive recreational areas, family-friendly activities and attractions are included in the itinerary.

Can the itinerary be customized for specific family preferences?

Ye we offer customizable options, allowing families to tailor the itinerary to their preferences and interests.

What other Tour i can Join beside Family Vacation?

You can Join many tours besides Family vacations. Below are the options you can choose from.

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Jasna Vidal

Family Traveller

I recently enjoyed a wonderful stay at a stunning Bhutanese property. Overall, my experience was highly positive, with top-quality accommodations and services in beautiful, scenic locations. However, the dining experiences varied. Paro’s food was average, falling short of the high standards set by the accommodation. In contrast, Thimphu and Punakha offered exceptional culinary delights that exceeded my expectations. Despite this minor hiccup in Paro, the trip was memorable due to Bhutan’s natural beauty and warm hospitality, making it an unforgettable experience with top-notch accommodations and services amidst breathtaking landscapes

March 11, 2023
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