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Honeymoon in Thimpu: rated 4.2/5 (based on 142 reviews) | Packages starting from ₹81,916/-

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₹ 81,916/-₹ 90,018/-

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  • Hill station
  • Monasteries
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Hotel included in package:


  • Phuntsholing (2D)
  • Thimpu (2D)
  • Paro (2D)
  • Gangtok (3D)
  • Pelling (2D)
  • Darjeeling (2D)

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    Jolliffe Robert


    Jolliffe's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    We had a good holiday in Bhutan...While it definitely could have been better. Sharing my inputs/feedback Great Experience -Both our guide/driver / assistants (Barun/Kado) were very knowledgeable and extremely helpful and supportive. -They understood our requirements and did what was required to meet the expectations - Barun Wangkley ensured we experienced 'local' specialties (Ex: Hot stone Bath / Dinner @ a Home stay), which was really good and thoughtful. - Kado as a guide was always there to assist, Including helping my wife make it to Tiger's nest and back...wouldn't have been possible without his support and patience -They (Barun and Kado) were patient with us and answered all our queries about their country and culture. - Full Credit to Barun for speaking with Bhutan Olympic Committee to move my Marathon registration to 2021 (Else I would have lost approx 7000 Rupees) Not so good - We started from Phuentsholing Approx 2hours late due to non-availabilty of hotel voucher for Immigration - Due to confusion with the travel agent, I missed the Bhutan International Marathon...This aspect should have been managed better - Due to the confusion/time lost, we could not visit Haa valley, which was part of the Itinerary...Were advised by Barun there is snow/ice @ Chellela pass and therefore not visiting Haa might be the right thing to do from a safety perspective, hence we agreed...The travel agent should have advised that there is a possibility of snow/ice at the time of drafting the itinerary - We could have done more sightseeing with better utilization of time/ coordination (We did no sightseeing in Thimpu) - Hotels were changed multiple times post the circulation of the itinerary. -On our trip back, we requested for a change.i.e. stay last night @ Siliguri rather than Phuentsholing (Given the long drive for an early morning flight)...I agree It was a last minute request from my side just the night before leaving(Post a good suggestion by Barun)...However getting the last night stay at Siliguri was a bad experience and ultimately had to shell out some money from my side... I'm not looking for a refund, however want the feedback shared with the travel agent. Totally understand no could have anticipated Corona and the confusion that resulted from it...but some of the things listed above could definitely have managed better. On a rating perspective I'll rank the overall trip a Generous 4 Star out of 05...This rating is totally because of Batun Wanglay and Kado...They did well! Am happy to use their services again....With the right amount of improvement.


    Tanvi J


    Tanvi's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Thimpu and Paro hotel were great. Cab reached airport before we arrived. Our driver Dena was very polite and helpful. He showed us all the sites and markets. Just one downside, Punakha hotel, River side hotel was not good. It's a new hotel and not upto the mark. Longest suspension bridge in Punakha and snowfall on last day at Tiger nest base.


    Smit Verma


    Smit's 5 days trip to Bhutan

    We planned 5 days & 4 nights trip via phunetsholing. Pros: 1. Great effort in getting immigration done on day of arrival.Hence, saving our whole trip because immigration office is closed on weekends and we reached on Friday evening. 2. Good selection of hotels and cab provided for sightseeing was amazing. 3. We were very well compensated by providing good vehicle (Venue) for drop to Bagdogra when complained about pick up vehicle. 4. Proactive in arranging packed breakfast. 5. Mr. Dorjing (our cab driver cum guide) suggested good alternate view points when we found out that few view points were closed. Con: 1.Itenary could have been better. On weekend, few of the view points in Thimpu are closed so we missed them. Travelling back to phunetsholing and doing tiger nest hike on same day is very hectic. 2. Food in Pemaling villa hotel (Thimpu) was not good. Look and feel of hotel was also not good. Overall, our trip was amazing and arrangements were good.


    Arun Kumar


    Arun's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    We visited Bhutan from 7th Nov'19 to 14th Nov'19 overall trip was great. Bhutan in itself is a very good place to visit in terms of cleanliness, disciplined people & natural scenic beauty. Hotels provided by the agents were good we got Palm in pheunsholing , Hotel Osel in Thimpu , The Four Boutique in Punakha & Olathang in Paro. Experience was good in all hotels except at Thimpu where Osel refused to provide hotel by just saying that they dont have booking on my name. I contacted to both TT & HDPL but their response was not upto the mark. TT never called back regarding same however HDPL tried to resolve the issue but i didn't got room at OSEL that night & another hotel arranged by OSEL after almost 3-4 hrs of discussion. TT agent agent sarika poswal never called back during entire trip, role of TT for my trip was just to sublet trip to another agent like HDPL. If that was the role/responsibility of TT i suggest directly go with local agents not with TT. HDPL arranged trip nicely except the booking at OSEL however HDPL starts to respond only when they got contacted they never communicate in between or at the end of the day. I suggest HDPL to take feedback on daily basis from the customers. At the end i asked HDPL to provide item wise bill but HDPL refused to provide same that was pathetic. In totality i recommend Bhutan as a must place to visit & it will be better if you arrange trip by your own as not much help you got from the agents.




    Kaustubhlad's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    We reached on time by scheduled flight, Driver whose details sent/contacted was not with us(Mr. Tsenga) he gave another person's contact( shared number was incorrect which was found on Paro airport after making international calls... :( ) who was appointed as Guide cum driver, Vehicle which was arranged/supposed to come to receive was not the same vehicle, informed same by appointed driver(Mr Sachit), he was very humble, politely he apologies and inform us about vehicle condition... arranged vehicle (For Ecosport) was good for comfort but was not having sufficient luggage space... Drive from Paro Airport to booked Hotel at Thimpu was very nice and scenic.... Hotel Kuenden Boutique Hotel was good service and hospitality was remarkable, room was cozy, decorated by staff for honeymoon couple as committed. heater and continuous running hot water did there work, candle light dinner was cherry on Top.... arranged bed were not one DBL it was made by joining two single bed, Food was OKAY. Day 2, Due to national holiday in Bhutan and Royal function in Thimpu city, govt. offices and some places mentioned in itinerary were closed (clearly stated in mentioned itinerary details), Resulted we didn't received permit to move Punaka, driver told us it will be arranged next day and we can continue further journey, Day in Thimpu places and followed by candle light dinner was very pleasant and nice. Day 3, Next day before leaving Thimpu 30 min earlier @11:30 hrs driver called and said govt. offices are closed (which was unplanned holiday only in Thimpu city declared by govt, of bhutan) permit will not be granted and without permit we can not go anywhere, after coordinating with Valley Tours( Ms Pema and Mr Ashish) it was got to know that we have to move to Paro (approx 1 hr. 30 min drive) instead of Punaka , somehow they have arranged room in Hotel for one night @ Paro, will be returning on next day to Thimpu again and get the permit . I have requested them either to arrange 2 night @ Paro or after sightseeing at Punaka drive us back @ Paro same night which is approx. 3hrs 30min drive from Punaka , as we have to go on Tiger's Nest to avoid exertion... but it seems Valley Tours team were helpless to do so and not ready to modify itinerary as per traveler's requirement. Reason stated for same was booking and full payment has been done already so no changes can be done. ... as i have already made full payment and had no other option stick with what suggested. We reached successfully @ paro and follow mentioned itinerary for Paro , driver did some arrangement to get permit on time next day. Day 4, With lots of hopes we left paro and started our journey back to thimpu to get permit, meanwhile driver got call that as on submitted passport copies are not clearly visible hence we have to again get the copies and resubmit the form, when we reached at Thimpu permit office @ 11:00 hrs, found that officials were having two days backlog of pending permits, somehow our driver managed to submit the form and suspected will get the permit by 13:00hrs or lately @14:30hrs, but we had no luck @13:00hrs as office got closed for lunch break meanwhile we roam around the city and covered thimpu places which was closed on holiday earlier...after luch @14:30 hrs we visit ofc and found that it will take another hour or two to get permit. LATER WE LITERALLY SITTING ONLY IN STOPPED CAR AT PARKING WAITING FOR PERMIT.... all scenario and situation informed to Valley Tour team all i got to know that there was not any backup in such conditions if any tourist got stucked in middle of travelling due to any govt official work and your tour arrangers are also helpless to get you out from such incident. not blaming particularly for valley tour it is general observations... but it can be prevent if office closures and particular holidays were mentioned earlier by tour managers before tour booking and accordingly traveler can plan their dates. FINALLY @ 16:00 hrs we got our so called permit (exclusion: name mistake in permit done by govt officials which was rectified by our driver) later we continued our journey to punaka which was approx 3 hours drive from Thimpu Day 5, We moved to phobjika valley scenic views on roads pleasant climate made our day followed by Punaka Dzong and suspetion bridge which is ideally two days itinerary covered in one day. Day 6, back drive to paro (approx 3hrs 30 min drive) and we cancelled Tiger's nest due to yesterday's exertion and some health issues. Suggestions: Please be ready with back up plans for any unknown situations( like i have mentioned above) so that in any mis-functionality traveler will be satisfied and will not feel bad to choose particular travel company. Kindly give prior notifications to travelers about govt holidays, their procedures and delays in process, accordingly dates can be manipulated earlier and can avoid such chaos. Bhutan govt. Should have process to avoid such incidents for visitors/tourists who are visiting their states and must be treated as their guests. Goods, Valley Tour was available to listen for issues. Agents (Roshni and Prema) were humble and friendly throughout process of tour. Driver Mr Sachit was very humble and friendly throughout the journey.




    Shreyasb's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    The hotel rooms were not as good as expected. Rest of the things were great . The Thimpu stay was great with good service at Oro villa and good sight seeing guidance by driver/cab


    Deepansh SRIVASTAVA


    Deepansh's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    I choose flying fox for my honeymoon trip to Bhutan and i was not disappointed. Driver and car assigned was good, driver was very cordial and clicked good clicks of us. However Driver wont be available after 7 , if your hotel is out of town then its an issue. Hotels at Thimpu - White Tara , Punakha - Sonamgang (Food not good) had amazing views. Tsonam Ksokhang was okay, food and service was good . During our trek to Tiger's nest , it snowed and trip became more awesome. All in All, Flying fox is highly recommended..


    Prasan Kumar Sampath Kumar


    Prasan's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Yogi from Flying fox was very accommodating and made changes to the itinerary and the hotels as per our wish . The driver cum guide Sangay Tenzin was very professional, knowledgeable and told us many background details about each an every place we visited. He was very prompt in arriving at the hotel before us and helping us cover each and every place on time. In short he made our stay very comfortable and enjoyable. The Hotel Gakyil in Thimpu and Bhutan Mandala Resort in Paro were very good. The view from our hotel in Thimpu and Paro were spectacular. Gakyil has good variety of indian dishes. If you want good indian food, just roam around the places, you will definitely find good indian food although it is a bit costly as it will be in any international destination. All in all it was a very good trip made possible by Sangay and Yogi.


    Rajesh Upparu


    Rajesh's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    We were 13 guests for this Bhutan trip and took AD Travel's service. Damber & Gurung provided their best service and immediate response to the issues raised during the travel. Overall it's great experience with AD Travel agency. Hotels provided at Thimpu & Punakha were excellent in terms of quality, food and service. Few minor niggles - 1) Toyota Coaster mini bus driver behavior - harsh response to the few fellow travelers, though not with All. 2) Hotel at Paro had cleanliness isues Rest all was Excellent. Enjoyed our trip to Bhutan with AD travels service.


    Angana Ghosh


    Angana's 9 days trip to Bhutan

    Hotels in Paro and Thimpu could have been booked in the city. It was booked way far from the city. Hotel in Thimpu( MantraHome) had frequent power fluctuations. We had dinner in darkness with only 2 tealights. After we complained about the power issues there was change in the behaviour and they were rude Awesome place to visit . The guide/driver assigned for us was very good and helpful

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