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Bhutan Solo Package

A Buddhist kingdom with the beauty of Himalayan Range, natural landscapes, named as Bhutan. Such a place is waiting to be explored by you.
This is an ideal place for solo travelers. Sometimes traveling alone gives us a chance to indulge ourselves. Sometimes solo trip provides self-confidence. That’s why solo trips are becoming more popular nowadays. More people think that to travel alone in any place is not safely secured, But TravelTriangle can provide you excellent security as well as all the comfort and convenience while you move. In many cases, it is seen that people want to have a solo trip but cannot afford it due to money problems and less security. But TravelTriangle can do all the arrangement of the solo trip even for a shorter duration to a longer one. So it is now easier to those types of people for booking a customizable Bhutan solo trip from TravelTriangle.

In a solo trip, you can feel some realistic things about any places that can give you a chance to cultivate your society from various angles. To explore one place means not only to travel but also to notice the livelihood of dwellers of that place.

Popular Places in Bhutan for a Solo Trip

This Himalayan kingdom is enriched with a lot of valleys, mountains. Bhutan is also known for its heartwarming weather and picture-perfect destination. Some popular destination that you can select for your solo trip is described below.

  • Tiger’s Nest Monastery: This city is considered as a holy place of Bhutan because the Bhutanese believe that the Guru Rinpoche brought Buddhism into Bhutan by arriving on the back of a tigress.
  • Punakha Dzong: Known as the palace of great happiness, Punakha Dzong is the second largest Dzong in Bhutan. It is basically situated east of Thimpu. This place is found with temperate climate, lilac colored Jacaranda trees, which you can enjoy most.
  • Zuri Dzong Hike: Bhutanese people believe that Buddha used to come here to meditate, and they also consider this place as the oldest Dzong in Bhutan. This hike/trek is a great way to enjoy the bird’s eye view of the Paro Valley.
  • Chomolhari: Jomolhari or Chomolhari is a mountain in Bhutan that has one of the best trekking trails. The solo travelers would especially love it. The trekking experience can be a little challenging here, but it’s definitely worth the effort. The route starts from Paro and passes through many hamlets and farmlands making the whole experience utterly beautiful.

Best Time to Enjoy a Solo Trip in Bhutan

Bhutan always carries a widely varied climate which is also inspired by Indian monsoons and bring rain at certain parts in the year. Basically, the monsoon time in Bhutan is considered in between June to September and the Autumn time is considered between October to November which comes with sunny weather with some snow at higher elevations. So, this time is a better time to experience a solo trip to Bhutan.

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Bhutan Shopping Tour Package

Bhutan Shopping Tour Package

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5 Days & 4 Nights Customizable
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₹ 19,499/-₹ 21,195/-

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  • Shopping
  • Adventure
  • Mountains
  • Religious
  • Religious Tour
  • Nature
  • shopping
  • Mountains
  • Historical
  • Solo
  • Budget

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  • Thimphu (2D)
  • Paro (3D)

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Bhutan Tour Package For 8 Nights 9 Days

Bhutan Tour Package For 8 Nights 9 Days

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9 Days & 8 Nights Customizable
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₹ 35,000/-₹ 38,043/-

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  • Chele-La-Pass
  • Religious
  • Punakha Dzong
  • Adventure
  • Phuentsholing
  • Nature
  • Hill station
  • Sightseeing
  • Solo
  • Budget

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  • Phuntsholing (2D)
  • Thimphu (2D)
  • Punakha (3D)
  • Paro (2D)

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Bhutan 8 Days Trip Package

Bhutan 8 Days Trip Package

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₹ 27,999/-₹ 30,434/-

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  • Nature
  • Adventure
  • Culture
  • Religious
  • Historical Sites
  • Historical
  • Hill station
  • Solo
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  • Phuntsholing (3D)
  • Thimphu (2D)
  • Punakha (1D)
  • Paro (2D)

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Bhutan Trekking Tour Package

Bhutan Trekking Tour Package

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₹ 24,500/-₹ 26,630/-

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  • Adventure
  • Buddha Point
  • Paro Rinpung Dzong
  • Nature
  • Trekking
  • Memorial Chorten
  • VALLEY
  • Religious
  • Solo
  • Budget

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  • Thimphu (2D)
  • Punakha (1D)
  • Paro (2D)

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Bhutan Water Sports Tour Package

Bhutan Water Sports Tour Package

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₹ 39,499/-₹ 42,934/-

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  • Adventure
  • Museum
  • River Rafting
  • Nature
  • Water Activities
  • Forts
  • Sightseeing
  • Historical
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  • Paro (2D)
  • Punakha (2D)
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Post Covid Travel Guide To bhutan

(Updated On: 2021-07-13)

Guides that help us in making travel your passion and safety your priority on a risk-free vacation.

Entry/Exit Info

  • Limited international flights have resumed in Bhutan.
  • All flights to the Yonphula domestic airport were also suspended.
  • It is mandatory to carry a negative RT-PCR report during your travel.

Covid-19 Guidelines

  • All travelers must submit the self-declaration form on the online portal at least 72 hours prior departure.
  • Travelers must register their details on the Duk Trace App before traveling.
  • Travelers must undergo mandatory facility quarantine for 21 days on testing positive.

Permitted Activities

  • Trekking activities are allowed in Bhutan with all safety precautions.
  • Travel between districts is permitted but travelers may be required to quarantine on arrival.

Transportation

  • Public transport like buses, taxis and cabs are operational in Bhutan with limited capacity.

Since the pandemic, we know that most of you are missing the remote monasteries, rich culture and high altitudes of Bhutan. Like many other international destinations, the Bhutan government is also slowly and gradually lifting the travel restrictions.

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FAQs for Bhutan

How do I get to Bhutan?

In that case, you must use the country’s national airline. You can fly to Bhutan only from Thailand, Singapore, Nepal, Bangladesh, and India. To check this in advance you may need a visa.

Is it safe to have a solo trip on Bhutan?

Yes, Bhutan is a place of peace. So easily you can get there a successful solo trip. But it will be better if you choose any travel agency for your solo trip to Bhutan.

Do I need a passport to visit Bhutan?

Passport is not required but all international tourists are needed to have a visa for entering in Bhutan.

What is the language of Bhutan?

Bhutanese speaks in Dzongkha language. Still, a majority of people use English to communicate with their tourists. In case of any inconvenience, there you can request them to speak in English.

Is there any dress codes for Bhutan?

There is no dress code in Bhutan, but you need to dress up conservatively to enter in their religious buildings. In that case, males are allowed to wear slacks, and the females are allowed to wear longer skirts.

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Mayank's 8 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
I am very much satisfied with the overall booking i got the best quote and all things were manage nicely. guide and drive both were professional and made it a memorable experience. I had booked tour with Bhutan INC and i think they are one of the best travel agency for bhutan travel i recommend them. But overall booking experience wasnot that good i was promised a quote which was very good but at the time of booking that quote got increased by 15k which is not professionalism. Guide and driver both were amazing and explained everything in details.
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Mayank Gaur

New delhi

Mohit's 6 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Thimpu hotel stay was good experience rest of the trip was also fine.
MK

Mohit Karakasia

Phuentsholing

Kaustav's 8 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Damber our tour operator from AD Tours was a really helpful chap. Thanks to them for organising such great trip along with TravelTriangle. We Experienced snowfall in Paro it was our Best Memory of the trip!
KB

Kaustav Bagchi

Kolkata

Piyush's 7 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Overall trip was good we thank TravelTriangle & the tour operator Valley Tours.
PM

Piyush Mishra

Bengaluru

Kulu's 6 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Our entire trip was well organised we faced issue while getting clearance from immigration office but somehow we got through it.
K

Kulu

Bengaluru

Sanket's 6 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Our complete trip was well organised by Sunshine Travels, it was as per our expectations.
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Sanket

Delhi

Bipin's 7 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Our agent ASTER TOURS was very good. we had an anniversary on 11th December and we told to agent that we have to dinner in a local dress and our agent arranged all the things as per our choice.
BP

Bipin Phulsundar

Pune

Vybhav's 7 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
This is my second trip with travel triangle and the trip was really amazing, special thanks to travel agent. At that time there was a heavy snowfall, which made the great view
VJ

Vybhav Jayaraman

Banglore.

Ankita's 7 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Local people are very friendly and Bhutan is very safe country, we highly recommend TravelTriangle to all. Tiger nest monastery was our Best Memory of the trip!
AS

Ankita Shirke

Bagdogra international airport

Alhad's 6 days trip to Bhutan

a year ago
Bhutan trip was amazing we loved Bhutnese culture and people. Hike to Tiger Nest was our Best Memory of the trip! It takes between four and five hours to do the round trip hike, plus one more hour to tour the monastery. Many people also have lunch in the cafeteria not far from the monastery. Plan on leaving Paro around 8 am and arriving back at your hotel around 3 pm.
AP

Alhad Posam

Mumbai

Places To Visit In Bhutan

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Taktsang Monastery In Paro

Situated in western Bhutan, Paro Taktsang is perhaps the most significant Buddhist site in the country. The elaborate complex of this monastery, with red and golden peaks perches along a hanging cliff-side in the upper Paro valley, surrounded by the lushest of greens. Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, is belie...

  • Taktsang Monastery
  • Sightseeing
  • Hills
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Rinpung Dzong In Paro

Rinpung Dzong is the main fortress-monastery of Paro which houses the monastic body and the governmental and administrative departments in its complex. This is the basic characteristic of any dzong in Bhutan, and Rinpung Dzong of Paro is no exception. It belongs to the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu School, and the stories of ...

  • Rinpung Dzong
  • Sightseeing
  • Hills
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Kyichu Lhakhang In Paro

Only 4.7 km away from the centre of the Paro town is the temple of Kyichu Lhakhang – the Sacred Jewel of Bhutan. Inside the complex of this temple lies the oldest shrine that stands in Tibet – the Jowo Temple. The first temple in the Kyichu Lhakhang premises was built by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet in 659 AD. The legend my...

  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
  • Kyichu Lhakhang
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Drukgyel Dzong In Paro

Drukgyel Dzong stands in the upper part of Paro district as a reminiscence of a glorious past and a tragic present, much like most constructions of the medieval age. The other dzongs that one can see in Bhutan are fully or partially functional, with monastic bodies and government departments operating from within the comple...

  • Drukgyel Dzong
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
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Paro Airport Bird's Eye Viewpoint In Paro

A town in the Paro Valley of Bhutan, Paro is a place of many sacred sites and historical monuments throughout the place. With streets rich in decorated buildings, small houses and traditional architecture, Bhutan’s sole international airport, Paro is definitely is a significant part of Bhutan. “The most difficult commercial...

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Things To Do In Bhutan

Your list of the best things to do, compiled on the basis of actual traveler experiences

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Hiking In Thimphu

Hiking tour Thimphu is one of the best ways of exploring the natural locales of the destination. Thimphu is the summer capital of Bhutan and is surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful surroundings. The town is located in the Thimphu valley, and the beauty of the surrounding area is incomparable. The unique location of Bhu...

  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
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Changlimithang Stadium In Thimphu

Changlimithang Stadium is the national stadium of Bhutan and was inaugurated in 1974. The stadium has a total capacity of 15000 and has been renovated time and again to add facilities and features to the stadium with the most recent renovation being in 2016. Located in the city of Thimphu, the stadium was built to commemora...

  • Nature
  • Unlimited Fun
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Dochula Pass In Thimphu

Situated at a height of 3100 meters, Dochula Pass is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Bhutan. In a broader sense, it is a route that lies between Bhutan’s present capital Thimphu and older royal capital Punakha. This pass was once part of a couple of ancient trade tracks, like Dochula Nature Trail or Lumitsawa A...

  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
  • Dochula Pass
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Druk Trek Path In Paro

One of the finest treks in Bhutan, Druk path trek is a must try for all the tourists. Among the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas, find yourself some peaceful time and make way for trekking. With the Druk path trek map in one hand, go ahead and explore the hidden beauty of a place with temples and landscapes around you. ...

  • Adventure
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
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Chele la pass trek In Paro

In order to experience the Bhutanese landscape, you must your presence in the thrilling atmosphere of Chele la pass trek. At an altitude of 13000 ft, Chele la is one of the highest motorable passes in Bhutan. With sightseeing activities followed by trekking and hiking, Chele la pass has beautiful and breathtaking views to o...

  • Adventure
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
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Bhutan is such a place where the traveler can find fun and adventure along with great satisfaction. If you have decided to have a solo trip in Bhutan, then you can take advice from TravelTriangle experts by logging into their website. You can experience archery activity there, and try to attend the dance with monks at the Tsechu festival.

Recommended for the Travelers

To travel from one country to another you must keep your all identity details with you. We advise you to take care of your passport, visa, and other essential documents. Before planning a trip to Bhutan you must check weather there because it will help you to do better clothes selection. Going to chilly places we strongly recommend to carry your winter attire with you as it gets super chilly in winter there. A solo traveler needs to keep in mind about currencies because this is a mandatory thing to visit in different countries. You can choose TravelTriangle to get the best convenience for your solo trip. You can go through different solo packages on our website and choose anyone you find suitable.