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    Bhutan 3 Nights 4 Days Family HolidayRated 4.3/5 (based on 479 reviews)Bhutan 3 Nights 4 Days Family Holiday

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    • Paro (1D)
    • Thimphu (3D)
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    Bhutan 3 Nights 4 Days Family Holiday

    Trip Location: Bhutan
    Destinations Covered: 2N Thimphu, 1N Paro
    Start Point: Paro International Airport
    End Point: Paro International Airport
    Accommodation: Hotel/Resorts/Guesthouses
    Things to do: Shopping, Sightseeing, Visit Monasteries, Holy Sites, Exploring

    About the Package:

    Enjoy a delightful family holiday in Bhutan with this 3 nights 4 days Bhutan family package and revel in the joy of traveling with your dear ones. The gorgeous landscape of Bhutan and its famous attractions make it one of the most tourist-friendly destinations for tourists from all across the world.

    This 3 nights 4 days family trip to Bhutan from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and other major cities of India takes you around some of the most tourist-friendly places in Bhutan including Paro and Thimphu.

    Promising a seamless experience of an outing with family, this 4 days Bhutan family holiday starts with a thrilling trek to Tiger’s Monastery in the beautiful city Paro. Located at about 3,120 meters above sea level atop a cliff, Paro Taktsang Monastery is one of the most sacred places in Bhutan. The views of Paro city from the monastery are worth a thousand clicks. You also get to visit and explore Thimphu which is one of the most sought after tourist places in Bhutan. This Bhutan family tour itinerary takes you to some truly mesmerizing tourist attractions in Thimphu such as Motithang Takin Preserve which is the safe home for Takin- the national animal of Bhutan. Also visit other temples and ancient structures including the famous Tashichho Dzong and the three-storey Thimphu Heritage Museum displaying various exhibits of Bhutanese culture, traditions and rich history.

    So book this 3 nights 4 days Bhutan travel package for your family now and create some great travel moments with your dear ones.

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    Other Benefits (On Arrival)

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    The first day of your Bhutan family package lets you revel in the natural and spiritual bliss

    Upon your arrival at the international airport in Paro, you will be received by the tour agent’s representative who will help you with your transfers to your hotel. As you reach your hotel, complete the check-in formalities and then relax for a while.

    Later in the day, your Bhutan family tour itinerary will take you for a visit to Paro Taktsang Monastery, meaning the Tiger’s Nest in Bhutanese.

    Paro Taktsang Monastery: Located at an approximate elevation of 3,120 meters from the sea level, atop a cliff in Paro Valley, Taktsang Monastery is one of the most religious, iconic and beautiful places to visit in Bhutan. Also known as ‘Tiger’s Nest’, Taktsang Monastery is the place where Guru Padmasambhava meditated and sanctified Bhutan in the 8th century.

    After a visit to this sacred site in Bhutan, you will return to your hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

    Tip: Carry adequate packaged drinking water

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    Other Benefits (On Arrival)

    BreakfastSightseeingTransfers

    Explore Paro and Thimphu on the second day of your Bhutan family holiday

    Wake up to a piping-hot breakfast at the hotel in Paro and get ready for more sightseeing as this Bhutan family tour itinerary now takes you and your family to Paro Rinpung Dzong and Kyichu Temple.

    Paro Rinpung Dzong: Founded in 15th century and renovated by Ngawang Namgyal, Rinpung Dzong is an ancient monastery-cum-fortress that displays the flamboyance of ancient Bhutanese architecture. Rinpung Dzong had a great significance in terms of defending Paro Valley from the invasions of Tibet.

    Now a famous tourist attraction, this ancient monastery offers absolutely picturesque views of the surrounding landscape

    Kyichu Temple: With the history dating back to 7th-century, this Himalayan Buddhist temple is believed to be one of the oldest and most picturesque temples in Bhutan. The Jowo Jampa Statue in the inner hall, the Chenrezig statue in the outer hall and the statue of Guru Rinpoche add to the structural beauty of the temple.

    After seeking blessings of the Almighty at this sacred place, you will start your journey to the next destination of your Bhutan family tour- Thimphu. Enjoy the scenic road journey to the beautiful capital city. Upon arrival in Thimphu, check in at the hotel and then spend time at leisure. The second day’s itinerary ends with a cozy overnight stay at the hotel.

    Distance from Paro to Thimphu: Approx 51 km

    Travel time: Approx 1.5 hours

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    BreakfastSightseeingTransfers

    Enjoy a thorough sightseeing tour with family in Thimphu

    Have a scrumptious breakfast with your dear ones at the hotel and refuel yourself for a full day sightseeing tour in Thimphu that follows.

    This Thimphu family tour itinerary takes you to visit some of the most sought after tourist attractions in Thimphu including Motithang Takin Preserve, Tashichho Dzong, Crafts Bazaar, National Folk Heritage Museum in Thimphu and more. 

    Motithang Takin Preserve: A wildlife reserve in Thimphu in order to protect Takin - the national animal of Bhutan.

    Tashichho Dzong: Situated next to the bank of Wangchu River, Tashichho Dzong is an expansive complex having well-maintained lawns and gardens within. This monastery-cum-fortress is believed to have been constructed in the early 13th century by Lama Gyalwa Lhanangpa. It houses various offices of government and the king of Bhutan.

    Crafts Bazaar: A hub of Bhutanese art and culture where tourists enjoy shopping for traditional handicrafts, clothes and various other forms of artwork.

    National Folk Heritage Museum: It’s a major tourist attraction in Thimphu, especially for families and kids. The museum showcases rich Bhutanese culture and traditions in the form of rural artifacts and equipment.

    The day of sightseeing in Thimphu comes to an end, enjoy a good night’s sleep at the hotel.

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    Other Benefits (On Arrival)

    BreakfastAirport Transfer

    A spellbinding 4 day Bhutan family tour comes to end leaving you with tons of remarkable memories

    Treat your taste buds to a delectable breakfast at the hotel and then get ready to check out from the hotel as your family holiday in Bhutan enters its last day. You will be transferred to the international airport in Paro from where you catch your flight back home.

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    Taj tashi bhutan
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    Taj tashi bhutan

    Post Box No 524, Samten Lam Chubachu Thimphu - 975, Bhutan

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    • Health club
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    Le meridien thimphu
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    Le meridien thimphu

    Chorten Lam, P.O. Box 01286 · Thimphu Paro - 01286,

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    • Sightseeing as per itinerary
    • Driver-cum-guide
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    • Any kind of Personal Expenses or optional tours
    • Vehicle services on leisure days & after the sightseeing tours
    • Any Kind of Drinks
    • Camera fee
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      FAQs for Bhutan

      How much will it cost to visit Bhutan?

      The cost of your 3 nights 4 days Bhutan tour depends upon various factors, some of the crucial ones are: the number of people travelling, the places you wish to visit, the type of accommodation (luxury, budget, family). Once you decide on the said factors you will be able to draw a rough cost. Having said that, our Bhutan family tour package (4 days) can cost you anywhere between INR 17,000 to 35,000.

      How many days do you need in Bhutan?

      With so many tourist magnets, Bhutan is an ideal destination for enthusiastic travelers. If you wish to explore the whole country it would require the whole thirty days to explore the country’s amazing attractions and breathtaking sights. However, to make the most of the sights and cherish the best experiences in Bhutan, you’ll need to spare minimum 4 days.

      Is Passport required for Bhutan?

      If you have booked a Bhutan family tour package from India then it is essential for you to carry two valid travel documents which are valid passports with a validity of minimum 6 months and your voter identification card, issued by the Election Commission of India. As of now, these two are the essential travel documents you’ll require. Thus, before planning your Bhutan itinerary for 4 days make sure you have the said documents ready. Additionally, there is no requirement of visa to visit Bhutan.

      Is Bhutan good for families?

      Bhutan is an ideal tourist destination for families. You can do sightseeing tours with your family such as Paro Taktsang Monastery, Paro Rinpung Dzong and Kyichu Temple, Motithang Takin Preserve, Tashichho Dzong, Crafts Bazaar, National Folk Heritage Museum in Thimphu and more.

      How long does it take to trek up to the Tiger’s Nest from the Paro village?

      It takes around 2 hours for an average healthy tourist to complete the trek and reach the monastery. One can also avail the horse-ride option in order to make it easy to reach.

      Can a tourist click pictures inside the Paro Taktsang Monastery while holidaying in Bhutan?

      No, photography or videography is not allowed inside the monastery. Cameras or any kind of recording devices are prohibited inside the temple complex. So, it is not possible to click pictures inside the temple complex. The tourists have to deposit their backpacks along with all such items at the entrance of the Tiger’s Nest.

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      Thahsin's 5 days trip to Bhutan

      5 years ago
      Fully satisfied Hotel facilities were apt to our needs Guide information on the travel destinations and coordination through out the trip was excellent Made us comfortable with the availability of foods based on our needs Our best memory of the trip was the time we spend playing with snow which was our only motive for this trip and the travel agent made sure that this was done without any compromise to make us happy
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      5 years ago
      I had a wonderful experience with Deya Bhutan travels. I just took the cab and sightseeing package from them. The cab sent was neat, clean and in good condition. The Driver was very good and cooperative.
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