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After 2 years of the pandemic, Bhutan tours are NOW reopened to international tourists without any quarantine.
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Situated at the easternmost of the Great Himalayas, Bhutan, a secluded garden of the Himalayan kingdom, is probably the closest destination for the lost Shangri La. It's a small Buddhist country where pristine forests outnumber worldwide tourists; one of the handfuls of countries where the philosophy 'High Value, Low Volume' leads to better protection of primeval cultural heritage and unspoiled Himalayan landscapes.
Just come, you will spoil yourself with top Himalayan treks, blend in exotic Bhutanese cultural festivals and see what Gross National Happiness truly looks like, explore the traditional Bhutanese arts, and get amazing the diversity of flora and fauna in Bhutan. And we will help you fulfill your amazing Bhutan tour by offering professional help and hassle-free one-stop service.
3 Days Classic Bhutan Glance Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Paro
The classic Bhutan Glance tour is short but filled with excitement. You may possibly be surprised by Bhutan’s primitive, well-preserved living method, and get an in-depth understanding of Bhutan’s culture and philosophy of life. Moreover it brings you to the world-famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery and have a wonderful view from it.View Detais
Route: Paro -Thimphu -Paro
The 4-day Bhutan impression tour follows the classic travel route from Paro to Thimphu. You can visit the landmark attractions like aktshang Goemba, Kyichu Lhakhang, Bhutan folk heritage museum, Tashichho Dzong, etc. and explore the authentic Buddhist culture and dive deep into traditional Bhutanese weaving art.View Detais
4 Days Classic Bhutan Culture Tour
Route: Paro - Punakha - Thimphu - Paro
The classic Bhutan culture tour cruises you from Paro to Thimphu to explore Bhutan’s culture origin. The tour ascends you to Taktshang Goemba, Bhutan’s most famous monastery.View Detais
4 Days Classic Bhutan Glimpse Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Paro
The classic Bhutan glimpse tour takes you to explore Bhutan’s two economic, cultural and political centers -Thimphu and Paro, and further guides you to ascend to the Tiger’s Nest.View Detais
5 Days Classic Bhutan City and Scenic Tourist Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha & Wangdue - Thimphu - Paro
The classic Bhutan city and scenic tourist tour takes you to the main cities in Bhutan. During the trip, you can not only experience Bhutan’s traditional culture like art, handicraft, national sport and architectural style, but feel the magnificence of Buddhist culture in the country as well.View Detais
5 Days Popular Highlights of Bhutan Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Paro -Taktshang Goemba - Paro
The well-designed 5-day tour covers the highlights of Bhutan travel. You travel from Paro to Thimphu and Punakha by enjoying all the iconic Bhutan dzongs and exploring the traditional Bhutanese folk heritage and stunning Himalayan Scenery.View Detais
6 Days Classic Thimphu-Paro and Taktsang Ghoempa Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha & Wangdue - Thimphu - Paro
The 6-days classic Bhutan tour gives you an in-depth exploration on two big cities Thimphu and Paro where the traditional culture took roots in Bhutan.View Detais
6 Days Cultural Discovery Tour in Bhutan
The 6-day Bhutan cultural discovery tour offers the epitome of Bhutanese culture and history with some best destinations from west to central Bhutan. You can visit the magnificent Bhutanese dzongs, meet Bhutanese monk, and learn more of the traditional life of local Bhutanese.View Detais
7 Days Classic Bhutan Mountains and Valleys Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha & Wangdue - Phobjikha - Thimphu - Paro
The classic Bhutan Mountain and Valley tour takes you to experience the primitive lush forest covered mountains and the most gorgeous rhododendron clustered valleys, and ascends you high at the altitude of approximately 3,750 m to the world eminent Taktsang Ghoempa.View Detais
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Trongsa - Bumthang - Phobjikha - Thimphu - Paro
The 8-day Bhutan tour covers most of the popular tourist attractions in Bhutan and gives you a general glimpse of this mystery shrouded country in every aspect.View Detais
8 Days In-depth Western and Central Bhutan Tour
Route: Paro - Thimpu - Punakha - Wangdiphodrang - Trongsa- Gangtey Valley- Wangdiphodrang - Thimphu - Paro
8-day western and central Bhutan tour takes you visit places beyond class travel route from Paro to Punakha via Thimphu. You can cover major attractions from the west to central Bhutan. Learn more of local Bhutanese customs and culture.View Detais
9 Days In-depth Western and Central Bhutan Tour
Route: Paro - Thimpu - Punakha - Phobjikha - Trongsa - Bumthang - Wangdue Phodrang - Paro - Tiger’s Nest Monastery - Paro
The 9-day Bhutan in-depth natural and cultural tour will take to you visit the major attractions in Bhutan, including Paro Rinpung Dzong, National Museum, Tiger's Nest Monastery, etc. Click here to get more information about Bhutan in-depth tour.View Detais
10 Days Classic Bhutan Himalaya Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha & Wangdue - Trongsa - Bumthang - Punakha & Wangdue - Thimphu - Paro
The 10-day Classic Bhutan Himalaya Tour takes you to the western and central regions of Bhutan where you can enjoy a clear views of the undulating Himalaya Mountain peaks ranking from 5000 m to 7000 m neighboring to the Mount Everest.View Detais
11 Days Classic West and Central Bhutan Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha & Wangdue - Trongsa - Bumthang - Punakha - Paro
The 11-day tour will take you to the western cities to visit Bhutan’s iconic sites and eminent places of the cultural heritages, religious dzongs (fortress) and lhakhangs like Tachog Lhakhang, Ntional Textile Museum, Taktsang Ghoempa, etc.View Detais
16 Days Classic West to East Bhutan Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Wangdue - Trongsa - Bumthang - Mongar - Trashigang - Trashiyangtse - Mongar - Bumthang - Gangtey - Wangdue - Thimphu - Paro
During the 16-day journey, you are able to feel the marked differences between the west and east and also find what you come all this long to explore about this mysterious country in economy, culture, religion and other aspects.View Detais
3 Days Classic Bumthang Culture Trek
Route: Toktu Zampa - Ngang Lhakhang - Tahung - Mesithang
Thick forests, eye-catching Ihakhangs and primitive villages along the entire route make the Bumthang Culture Trek one of the most classic routes in Bhutan. If you are in a hurry or want to challenge a strenuous one-day hiking, you’d be better not miss it.View Detais
Route: Menchugang - Dhur Village - Drangela Pass - Tharpaling Goemba
Bumthang owl trek starts from Manchugang village and goes southwardly to end at Tharpaling Geomba after passing through the ancient forests of lush hemlock, fir, spruce and various species of rhododendrons. The hooting of owls can be heard at nights nearby the campsites, and once you set foot on this route, you will never forget the eternal charm of the primitive forests, flowers and the adorable little spirits.View Detais
6 Days Dagala Thousand Lakes Small Group Trek
Route: Geynizampa - Gur - Labatamba - Panka - Talakha - Chamgang
A short Dagala Thousand Lakes trek with medium level of difficulty in southeast of Thimphu. The trail brings you to a large number of high-altitude lakes. You can enjoy the clear and turquoise water and get an epic vista of majestic Himalaya Mountains.View Detais
6 Days Most Popular Druk Path Trek in Bhutan
Route: Paro - Jili Dzong - Jangchhu Lakha - Jimilang Tsho - Simkotra Tsho - Phajoding - Motithang
Starting from Paro’s National Museum, Druk Path Trek follows a wilderness trail eastwardly to a fairyland of dense pine forests, high ridges and pristine lakes. Meditation retreats, Dzongs and primitive villages are observable along the entire route. The short trekking days but relatively high elevations make this trek moderately tough and attract numerous visitors all over the world.View Detais
10 Days Jomolhari Loop (Soi Yaksa) Trek
Route: Paro - Gunitsawa Village - Sharna Zampa - Thangthangkha - Jangothang - Soi Yaktsa - Thombu Shong - Gunitsawa Village - Paro
As one of Bhutan’s premier treks, the not long but moderately difficult Jomolhari Loop Trek takes you to Jomolhari Base camp, the best base camp in Himalaya region at Jangothang and returns through high altitude lakes, primitive forests and gorgeous wildflower ridden trails.View Detais
Route: Paro - Gunitsawa Village - Thangthangkha - Jangothang - Linzhi - Shodu - Barshong - Dolam Kencho - Thimphu - Paro
The Jomolhari Trek is widely accepted as Bhutan’s popular classic trek. It takes you upward to the best Himalaya camp site at Jangothang and offer you a spectacular view of the Jomolhari (7,314 m) and other jaw-dropping Himalaya Mountains.View Detais
Route: Paro - Gunitsawa - Thangthangkha - Jangothang - Lingshi - Chebisa - Shomuthang - Robluthang - Limithang - Laya - Rhoduphu - Narethang - Tarina - Woche - Lhedi - Thanza - Tshorim - Saram - Minchungang - Warathang - Duer Tsachu Tshochenchen - Duer village - Jakar - Wangdue - Thimphu
The Snowman Trek travels from Gunitsawa village to the desolate Lunana district at high altitudes of Bhutanese Himalayas. It is widely regarded as one of the hardest trek in the world. Trekking groups fail to make it due to the high altitude or snow blocked passes. However, those who make it will take this trek as a splendid, beautiful and the most rewarding trek in their life.View Detais
15 Days Bhutan Classic Bird Watching Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha & Wangduephodrang - Gangtey - Trongsa - Bumthang - Ura - Limithang - Mongar - Trashigang - Mongar - Bumthang - Punakha - Paro
Due to the existence of a great number and wide diversity of rare bird species, Bhutan has been considered as one of the top 10 biodiversity hotspots throughout the world. This 15-day Bhutan classic bird watching tour will bring you to have an opportunity to see them.View Detais
19 Days Bhutan East Birding Tour
Route: Paro - Punakha - Phobjikha - Trongsa - Zhemgang - Tingtibi - Bumthang - Sengor - Namling - Yongkola - Trashigang - Samdrup Jongkhar - Guwahati
Bhutan east birding tour initiates from the west, the 19-day tour takes you to a great number of gorgeous valleys from west to the far-east and guides you to some of the off the beaten tracks to trace the rare bird species and find their habitats.View Detais
7 Days Classic Bhutan Mountain Bike Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Biking in Punakha - Thimphu - Paro
This 7-day Bhutan biking tour follows the classic route of Khuruthang – Samdiingkha – Punakha and offers you a rather easy biking experience in Bhutan.View Detais
7 Days Pho Chhu River Rafting Tour in Bhutan
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Pho Chhu River Rafting - Thimphu - Paro
With this 7-day Pho Chhu River Rafting tour, you will get the chance to experience a wonderful Punakha white water rafting along gentle river flow dispersed with pockets of rapids, as well as visit the cultural wonders in Paro and Thimphu.View Detais
7 Days Mo Chhu River Rafting & Kayaking Tour in Bhutan
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Mo Chhu River Rafting - Thimphu - Paro
Take this 7 days Bhutan water rafting tour to experience a lifetime Mo Chhu River rafting and visit the heritage sites in Paro and Thimphu as well.View Detais
7 Days Paro Chhu Kayaking Tour in Bhutan
Route: Paro - Paro Chhu Kayaking - Thimphu - Punakha - Thimphu - Paro
The Paro Chhu River kayaking tour is a classic one for you to experience white water rafting and kayaking in Bhutan. You will not miss the must-sees in Bhutan as well following our well-tailored itinerary.View Detais
Route: Paro - Paro Fishing - Haa - Haa Fishing - Thimphu - Punakha - Thimphu - Paro
Take this 7-day tour to enjoy a unique fishing experience in Paro and Haa, and explore both the natural scenery and culture wonders in western BhutanView Detais
8 Days Bhutan Adventure Tour with Archery
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Changlimithang Archery Range - Punakha - Gantey - Punakha - Paro
This 8-day Bhutan adventure tour with archery includes an experience of playing archery with local Bhutanese, and will also take you to explore the landmark heritage sites in Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Gantey.View Detais
12 Days Epic Himalayan Biking Tour in Bhutan
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Phobjikha - Punakha - Thimphu - Paro
This 12-day epic Bhutan mountain bike tour includes three popular biking trails for you to discover the captivating wilderness of Bhutan, and also offers a classic sightseeing in Bhutan’s most-visited sites like Tiger’s Nest in Paro.View Detais
13 Days Central Bhutan Biking Tour
Route: Paro - Thimphu - Punakha - Trongsa - Bumthang - Ura - Bumthang - Wangdue - Thimphu - Paro
This 13-day Bhutan mountain bike tour is one of the most recommended tours for adventurous bikers to explore both the western and central regions of Bhtuan.View Detais
7 Days Paro Tshechu Festival Tour ( 1 - 5 Apr. 2023)
Route: Paro-Thimphu-Punakha-Paro-Taktshang Goemba-Paro
This 7-day Paro Tshechu Festival Tour will take you to experience one of the most popular festivals in BhutanView Detais
7 Days Punakha Tshechu Festival Tour in Bhutan (1 - 3 Mar. 2023)
Route: Paro-Thimphu-Punakha-Paro-Taktshang Goemba-Paro
Celebrated in typical mask dances, the famous Punakha Tshechu Festival is one of the most important festivals in Bhutan and is held at the grounds of the towering Punakha Dzong.View Detais
7 Days Thimphu Tshechu Festival Tour (24 - 26 Sept. 2023)
Route: Paro-Thimphu-Punakha-Paro-Taktshang Goemba-Paro
One of the most important and popular festivals in Bhutan.View Detais
10 Days Haa Summer Festival Tour in Bhutan (8 - 9 July 2023)
Route: Paro-Taktshang Goemba-Thimphu-Punakha-Thimphu-Haa-Paro
The Haa Summer Festival is an important festival that presents the traditions and lives of the nomadic herders in Bhutan.View Detais
10 Days Jambay Lhakhang Drup Festival Tour (28 Oct. - 1 Nov. 2023)
Jambay Lhakhang Drup festival is a five-day event grandly held around the beautiful valley of Bumthang in Bhutan.View Detais
11 Days Black Necked Crane Festival Tour in Bhutan (11 Nov. 2023)
This Black Necked Crane Festival tour is an intriguing trip that will take you to the most popular places in Bhutan, such as Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey Valley, Bumthang Valley etc.View Detais
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bhutan Tour
1. How to get the visa for Bhutan?
Just like traveling in Tibet, independent travel is not available in Bhutan. Overseas tourists have to book your Bhutan tour with a legitimate Bhutanese tour operator and apply for the Bhutan Visa beforehand (15-20 days). You need to provide the scanned copy of your passport(valid for up to 6 months, photo page) and 2 photos and fill the clearance letter by e-mail and later pay for the visa fee (USD $40 ) to apply for it.
For Indian citizens, you won’t need Bhutan visa to enter Bhutan. While nationals of Bangladesh and Maldives, neither will you need a Bhutan visa for entry nor need to travel via a tour operator. - See Bhutan Visa Free: Bhutan Visa requirements for Indian and Bangladeshi citizens
2. How to get to Bhutan?
Well, taking the flight is the easiest way to enter Bhutan. Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines are the only airlines that run international flight connecting this pristine Himalayan kingdom with the outside world. Over 90% of the travelers prefer non-stop flight from Kathmandu to Paro (9:15 am - 10:30 am) for the convenience.
Apart from Kathmandu, the flight take overseas tourists from New Delhi, and Calcutta and Gaya (India) and Bangkok (Thailand) and Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Yangon (Myanmar) to Paro, Bhutan. - See all the flights ot Bhutan
So far, the only overland route available to Bhutan is to travel from Jaigaon, Indian to Phuentsholing, the border town in Bhutan.
3. Best time to visit Bhutan and experience main festivals
Traditionally the best time to visit Bhutan starts from March to May and Sept. to Nov. It’s also the peak season of Bhutan tour. With the azure sky, vibrant pristine forest, and idyllic countryside and enchanting deep valley, it’s the perfect time for hiking and horse-riding, archery and white water rafting. Oct is especially popular with trekkers and photographers. It's the perfect time for enjoying the epic Himalayan view. While the March allures visitors for full-blossom rhododendrons and bird watching.
The monsoon season often comes in June and lasts to early Sept. It’s often the case that the sporadic downpour would arrive in the afternoon or at night. Rainy days make winding mountainous roads muddy and travel difficult.
Just like Tibet, Buddhism permeates every facets of Bhutanese's life and it is best reflected in its various festivals. And if you happen to visit Tibet before, you will be surprised to find that the grandest Bhutanese festival which is called Tsechu (a religious dancing) actually quite identical to the Cham dancing in Tibet.
Huge crowds of visitors will gather in the courtyard of dzongs (typical Bhutanese fortress building) and watch the exotic dancing performed by dancers in exquisite robe and bizarre mask. The Tsechu mainly is celebrated on the 10th day of on Bhutanese calendar. Some of the big names are Thimphu Tsechu(Sept/Oct), Paro Tsechu(Feb/Mar) and Punakha Drubchen(Feb/Mar) and Jampey Lhakhang Drup(Oct/Nov.)
4. Must-see sites in Bhutan
Well, the landmark attractions of Bhutan center around western regions of Bhutan, to be more specifically the classic travel route from Paro to Thimphu and Punakha.
The top must-see attractions include Taktshang Goemba (Tiger's Nest) and Kyichu Lhakhang, built by Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo, and Paro Dzong, National Museum and Punakha Dzong, said to be the most iconic and beautiful fortress in Bhutan, and Tashichho Dzong, the seat of Bhutan government, and Buddha Dordenma, incredible statue of Shakyamuni overlooking Thimphu Valley, and National Textile Museum, Changangkha Lhakhang, and National Memorial Chorten, and most popular trek to Jhomolhari, etc.
5. Foods and drinks in Bhutan tour
For the chili lovers, you come to the right place. Ema Datse, the national dish of Bhutan made of red (or green) chili and red rice, offers a great chance to challenge your taste bud. Meanwhile other Bhutanese dishes and Chinese, Tibetan and Indian dishes are also readily available in Thimphu and Paro.
Since the majority of international tourists would visit Bhutan via an organized group tour. In most cases, you will have a buffet for your breakfast or dinner in your hotels. During the day tour, the guide will arrange a set meal for lunch in a local restaurant. The price ranges from less than Nu200 to Nu500. All the cost is covered in your tour price. If you go hiking or trekking, the guide will prepare food and eat with in the wilderness.
As to drinks, Thimphu, the capital of Bhtuan, is where you will find most of your options. Cafes, hotel bars, and limited dance clubs offer Bhutanese beers like Druk 11000 and Red Panda Weissbier, etc. Then Bhutan Whisky such as Baang Chhang, and hard drinks are also available.
If you are not opting for the alcohol, coffee, soft Bhutanese tea, which is similar to Tibetan butter tea and mineral water offered by the hotel, etc. will quench your thirst.
6. What kind of hotels are available in Bhutan?
There is no need to worry about the hotels when traveling in Bhutan. According to the law, all tour operators in Bhutan must provide accommodations with a minimum of 3-star hotel’s service and facilities to tourists. You have a wide spectrum of choices from clean and comfortable 3-star hotels to 5-star luxury resorts built to cater to the needs of well-to-do travelers. Apart from cozy hotels, you may also opt for the guest house, homestay and farm stay as well. If you prefer to experience the idyllic countryside Bhutanese lifestyle, then homestay or farm stay would be your best choice. Completely free of the hustle and bustle of metropolitan cities, you regain the inner peace and lead a simple life and enjoy the gracious hospitality of your host family. - How to Choose Different Accommodations in Bhutan: hotels in Paro, Thimphu & Bumthang
7. Information on Guides, Vehicles & Drivers in Bhutan
Currently, there are over 1000 licensed Bhutanese guides serving in Bhutan tourism industry. They will work with you to customize your tours on an organized tour in most cases. Drivers have been through professional training and can guarantee a safe journey throughout your tour in Bhutan.
Minibus, 4WD and typical tour vehicle would transfer you to between different attractions and hotels. Given the notorious winding roads in mountainous regions, do bring motion sickness medicine just in case.
8. Daily Tour Costs
According to the Bhutanese government, an individual traveler must pay US$250 for the day-to-day travel (low season US$200 from Dec. to Feb.) in Bhutan, which covers almost all the cost including hotel, guide service, transport, dining, and attraction ticket fee.
In reality, if the tour group only consists of one or two clients, a surcharge of US$40/30 is also expected. It’s advisable to keep some cash for tips (US$5-8 per person), personal expenditure like shopping or drinking, horse-riding, etc.
* For children below or at 5 years, they can enjoy free travel. While from 6 to 12-year-old, they only need to pay half of the total cost.
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