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Book this 3 nights, 4 days Bhutan tour package to explore a land that is all about mountains, monasteries, and magic that you can’t escape. The last great Himalayan kingdom, Bhutan has an amalgamation of Buddhist culture and global developments. Your Bhutan travel package takes you across its snow clad mountain peaks that overlook gorges, dotted by primeval forests.
Monasteries and magnificent fortress like dzongs are remarkable features of Bhutan. With a trip to Bhutan, you can marvel at its unique architecture, go trekking, unravel the mysteries of its past in the National Museum, and much more. Paro Valley, ruins of Drukgyel Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, and Tiger’s Nest are more Bhutan tourist places that will keep you intrigued throughout your tour. Although Bhutan has a lot in store that you would love, it is the country’s sacred side that will delight you the most. Famous for measuring the growth of its people on the unique scale of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan is welcomes tourists with open arms. With your 4 days Bhutan tour itinerary, explore this storehouse of wisdom where Buddhist traditions are carefully protected.
The country turns all the more fascinating with its beautiful blend of ancient and modern aspects as well as environmental protection which is in sync with cultural preservation. This Bhutan tour plan treats you to exciting treks and amazing sightseeing. These tour packages also offer you smooth transfers, cozy stays, delish meals, and pleasurable visits through this picture-postcard country. You can easily book a Bhutan tour from Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, or Ahmedabad. So, get ready to explore the divine beauty of one of the last Himalayan pristine pockets.
Scroll through the itinerary of this 4 days Bhutan vacation package, and gear up to have an astounding experience amidst the enticing landscapes while enjoying trekking, hiking and other adventurous activities.
- Choose to explore the ethereal expanses of Bhutan
- Enjoy sightseeing of Paro Valley and ruins of Drukgyel Dzong
- Get on a thrilling trek to Tiger’s Nest to feel some adrenaline rush
- Take a historical tour to Rinpung Dzong & National Museum
Other Benefits (On Arrival)
Your Bhutan itinerary introduces you to ethereal expanses.
Your arrival at Paro airport is marked by a warm welcome by an agent’s representative who will escort you to the hotel. Complete the check-in formalities and get over the jet lag. Now, be prepared for a sightseeing spree, which includes Paro Valley and ruins of Drukgyel Dzong.
Paro Valley: This picturesque region is amongst the region’s widest valleys, covered by rice fields. Its crystalline river meanders down the valley. A bouquet of traditional, colorful, and decorative houses makes the valley come alive with beauty.
Ruins of Drukgyel Dzong: Tucked in the upper Paro Valley, these ancient ruins are among the much famed archaeological sites of the country. One of the four principal Dra Dzongs (defense fortresses), Drukgyel Dzong was built during 1644-1649 to commemorate the Bhutanese victory over the Tibetan-Mongol forces. On a cloudless day, you can catch sight of Bhutan's holy peak - Mt. Jumolhari from here.
After an insightful day of vacation in Bhutan, come back to the hotel for a relaxing stay.
Other Benefits (On Arrival)
Enjoy a thrilling trek to Tiger’s Nest today as per your Bhutan travel itinerary.
Arise fresh amidst unpolluted expanses and gorge on a delicious breakfast. The day presents you an incredible trek to Tiger’s Nest. The ascent is an easy one and you can reach the top in almost 2 hours, if you are an enthusiastic trekker. Beginners might take a little more time.
Tiger’s Nest: Also known as Taktshang Goemba or Paro Taktsang, Tiger’s Nest is a monastery that is perched on a cliff and offers you a spectacular scenery of blue pine and rhododendrons forest. Legends state that Guru Rinpoche flew to this site on a tigress’ back to mollify a local demon. Later, he meditated here for three months.
Once you have enjoyed the adrenaline rush with this Bhutan trekking, come back to the hotel and relax your weary self.
Tip: Clicking pictures is not allowed inside the monastery. So, make sure you hold back the photographer in you.
Other Benefits (On Arrival)
This Bhutan tour plan takes you to places that offer a sneak peek into Bhutan’s past.
Wake up to a hearty breakfast and set off to delve into the past of the country. Your places of interest today are Rinpung Dzong and National Museum.
Rinpung Dzong: The Dzong is originally Rinchen Pung Dzong but is famous with its shortened name - Rinpung Dzong, which means 'Fortress on a Heap of Jewels'. In 1644, its construction began on the order of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. It is looked upon as a masterpiece of Bhutanese monastery and hosts Paro Tsechu - festival of masks. Formerly the National Assembly meeting hall, the Dzong now is home to monastic body, district government offices, and local courts. Its splendid architecture and breathtaking views make it a must visit attraction among Bhutan tourist places. The fortress defended Paro valley against Tibetan invasions throughout the 17th and 18th centuries.
National Museum: Take a sneak peek into the history at this museum, which is located in an age-old ta dzong (watch tower). Here, a tasteful collection of ancient weapons, coins, Bhutanese art and artifacts, and stamps is displayed. Go through the 3D map of Bhutan in the natural-history gallery.
After visiting, you can walk down a path from the museum to the Dzong and back to the town, enjoying good views of the valley and of the Ugyen Pelri Palace. After such a wonderful day of your Bhutan itinerary for 4 days, return to the hotel for a soothing sleep.
Tip: Cameras are not allowed inside the museum, but you can photograph the ta dzong and surrounding grounds.
Other Benefits (On Arrival)
Your trip to Bhutan concludes today.
Enjoy a healthy breakfast and checkout from the hotel. You will now be transferred to the Paro airport to board your flight back home.
Note: Our agents will provide you these or similar hotels depending on availability
Tashi Lhading Home Stay Resort
Geptey, Paro 0011, Bhutan
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis
- All internal taxes
- Permit Charges
- Sightseeing as per itinerary
- Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals
- Anything not mentioned in inclusions
- Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls
- Services of vehicle not included on leisure days
- Any kind of drinks & starters
- Camera / Video camera fee
- Medical & Travel insurance
- Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc.
- Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary
Hotel included in package:
- Paro (4D)
Upto 2 Stars
₹ 14,999₹ 16,853
Per Person on twin sharing
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Adrenaline junkies can take up various adventure activities in Bhutan such as -
- Rock Climbing
Mineral water is easily available everywhere in the country but check that the seal is not broken. Also, go for a trusted water brand and avoid tap water at all costs.
With the following pointers, travelers can make their trek to Tiger’s Nest a memorable affair
- Visit it early morning: In the morning, several buses arrive at the Tiger’s Nest. To beat this rush and catch the captivating views, reach this place early.
- Carry water and snacks: Carry water and snacks that keep you moving and you need not stop at the cafe located half-way up the trail. The cafe gets crowded and consumes much of your trekking time.
- Enjoy the visual treat: Once you reach the top, drink in the spectacular views and capture them on your camera lens. Inside the monastery, you can’t click pictures
Tourists can enjoy Indian, Chinese and common continental cuisines in Bhutan. Don’t forget to try the national food of Bhutan - ‘Emadatse’ spicy chilies mixed with a cheese sauce. Bhutanese savor chilies as vegetables rather than spices. Red and white rice are the main meals with non-vegetarian dishes. For vegetarians, foods are also available according to the season.
The best time to visit Bhutan is between September to November, when it is autumn as well as from March to May, when it is spring. These seasons present you pleasant weather and opportunities to enjoy festivals.
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