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    cover - Ankur romantic trip to Bhutan

    Bhutan is an endlessly fascinating country adorned with entrancing monasteries, ancient forts, and spectacular shopping spots. This unexplored country has recently become a popular destination for travelers. Not only solo travelers but even honeymooners and couples are getting lured by its scintillating beauty and tranquil atmosphere. Known as the Land of Thunderbolts, Bhutan is an ideal destination for those who want their vacation to be all about fun, thrill, and relaxation. If you and your partner are cravings for a break from your everyday humdrum routine and need some couple travel goals in your life then you must have a look at Ankur’s blissful 5 days in bhutan vacation with his beloved!

    Bhutan is a place that has always been on our list. We heard so much about it from friends and family, this time we thought it’ll be a perfect destination to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Finally, we decided to contact TravelTriangle as we have heard that they provide options for customizable packages. Our Travel agent provided us with a budget-friendly 5 days in Bhutan package and a terrific itinerary! I think you should go through our experiences and plan a romantic getaway with your spouse soon as Bhutan is waiting for bewitching you with its charm and to make you fall in love with each other all over again!

    Details Of Our Bhutan 5 Days Trip

    Trip Type: Romantic Vacation
    Cost: INR 50500
    No. Of People: 2
    Duration: 4 Nights 5 Days
    Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Airport Transfers, Sightseeing, Immigration Charges
    Exclusions: Lunch, Guide, Entrance Fees

    Our Bhutan Itinerary For 5 Days

    Day 1: Arrival in Bhutan & A Visit to Paro National Museum & Rinpung Dzong
    Day 2: Tiger Nest Monastery Hike
    Day 3: Arrival in Thimphu, City Tour
    Day 4: Drive to Phuntsholing
    Day 5: Return Back Home

    Must Read: Trekking In Bhutan: An Experience Like None Other!

    Bhutan Weather In February

    If you want to experience snowfall, then February is the time to visit Bhutan. The weather in Bhutan in February was pleasant and we really enjoyed it. One of the best parts of our trip was experiencing snowfall in Thimphu. For all the couples who are confused about planning their Bhutan honeymoon in February, we would like to tell them that their vacation is going to be all about snow, pleasant weather and mesmerizing views.

    Best Experiences On Our Romantic Trip In Bhutan

    Our 5 days in Bhutan vacation was a mix of adventure, thrill, and a lot of fun. Here is the list of places that you should visit on your vacation to make the most out of it. From Paro to Thimphu, Bhutan surprised us by its impressively beautiful cities and towns. Take a look!


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    1. Paro: Explored The Monasteries!

    overview of the paro city
    Paro airport
    visiting the Monastries
    clicked pics with Monastries priest

    Visiting Paro was the best decision we made on our Bhutan 5 day trip. From stunning monasteries to iconic temples, Paro had a lot of attractions that we explored. Paro is a true gem of Bhutan which you must visit if you are planning a honeymoon in Bhutan. From apple orchards to sacred sites of monasteries and from historic fortresses to ravishing sights Paro has something or the other for all kinds of travelers. Do add this quaint town on your 5 days in Bhutan for honeymoon itinerary.

    2. Taktsang Trek: A Mix Of Serenity, Relaxation & Some Adventure!

    trekking to the Paro Taktsang monastery
    Tiger's Nest view
    captured the perfect view of the monastrey
    breathtaking views

    Paro Taktsang monastery is an incredible place which made us fall in love with Paro. A sacred Buddhist site built in 1692 and also known as Tiger’s Nest, Taktsang was always a place which we wanted to explore and an enticing trek to this spot made our vacation extraordinary. It took us around four to five hours to do the round trip trek and these hours were really filled with breathtaking views and a thrilling trail. After a tiring trek, we straightaway headed to take a relaxing hot stone water bath which is an ancient tradition and should be on every visitor’s itinerary. You can soak in the water for about an hour after the tiring trek while sipping your favorite beverage. This was one of the most enthralling things in our 5 days Bhutan tour!

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    3. Thimphu: A Fun Road Trip!

    National Memorial Chorten
    marvelous Buddha Dordenma Statue
    clicked some pictures with locals of Bhutan
    picture with religious flags of Bhutan

    The next day we left for Thimphu and it was no ordinary journey, it was an exciting road trip on which we completely enjoyed ourselves. We visited the Buddha point which had a humungous yet marvelous Buddha Dordenma Statue and we experienced snowfall at this point. We roamed around in Thimphu city center and visited some of the best shopping avenues in Bhutan. We also visited Pheuntsoling which is an amazing small border town and has picturesque landscapes. The highlight of our Bhutan 5 day trip to Pheuntsoling was to see the camaraderie between the two countries at the border. All in all the last day of our vacation was just perfect!

    Food In Bhutan

    We had food mostly in the hotel but one place travelers should definitely go to is Simply Bhutan in Thimphu for authentic Bhutanese food along with traditional activities. Also, for people who love dim sums and Momos, you should try the small places near the clock tower in Thimphu. Bhutanese food was really delicious, you must try all the local dishes.

    Shopping In Bhutan

    had an amazing time on the trip

    We explored quite a lot of shopping venues in Thimphu and we would strongly recommend every shopaholic to visit the capital city of Bhutan for a soul-satisfying shopping spree! Handicrafts and Artifacts from Thimphu are some of the most famous things to buy in Bhutan.

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    Hotels In Bhutan

    We stayed at three hotels in Bhutan which provided us top-notch services. We could not have asked for better properties as they provided terrific facilities. On the first day of our Bhutan 5 day trip, we stayed at Kuenphen in Paro which was an adorable hotel placed in the middle of the hills. Kuenphen in Paro served us delectable food and pampered us with great hospitality. On the third day of our vacation, we stayed at Peaceful resort in Thimphu which was located near the city center and was a comfortable hotel with good food. The third property was Park hotel in Pheuntsoling which was an average hotel. Our stay in all three properties was satisfactory.

    Bhutan Tips For Travelers

    • Do carry a lot of cash as ATMs don’t work sometimes.
    • Carry comfortable clothes and sports shoes for Taktsang trek.
    • Do try the local Bhutanese dress.
    • Don’t give up on the Taktsang trek. It’s all worth it at the top.
    • Sit on the left side of the plane while on the flight to Bhutan from Delhi to view the amazing Mount Everest.

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    Our Experience With TravelTriangle

    getting  the view of the city

    Our experience with TravelTriangle was great and we will surely recommend it to all travelers visiting Bhutan. From showing interest in our requirements to providing us a customizable package, TravelTriangle has left us quite impressed.

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    Bhutan is a country which is on the dream list of all travelers and so it was on our list as well. The only difference is that we ticked it off from our list by visiting it on our anniversary and you should soon plan your 5 days in Bhutan vacation! Time waits for none and Bhutan with open arms and riveting tourists attractions, is waiting for you to be all in awe of it! So, plan your getaway to Bhutan
    real quick and get ready to be mesmerized by the land of monasteries, temples and so much more!

    Common Questions Asked About 5 Days In Bhutan

    Q. Is Bhutan safe for tourists?

    A. Yes, Bhutan is safe for all tourists.

    Q. How much does it cost to go to Bhutan?

    A. Our 5 days and 4 nights cost us around INR 50500. You can look at the different packages provided by TravelTriangle and choose the one which suits your pocket.

    Q. What is the famous food in Bhutan?

    A. Ema Datshi is one of the most famous dishes in Bhutan.

    Q. Can we use Indian rupees in Bhutan?

    A. No, you can’t use Indian rupees in Bhutan.

    Q. Can you wear shorts in Bhutan?

    A. No, you can’t wear shorts in Bhutan


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