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Bhutan Tour Packages From Ahmedabad

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Bhutan which is officially called the Kingdom of Bhutan is a country in South Asia located in the eastern Himalayas, which is surrounded by some parts of China in the north, Indian states of Sikkim in the west, Arunachal Pradesh in the east, Indian states of Assam and West Bengal in the south. Bhutan is a country that is famous for the following and spreading the message taught by Buddhism. The place has beautiful ancient monuments that are not yet recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site, but many of them are in the process of becoming one in the near future.

Places To Visit In Bhutan From Ahmedabad

Popluar Places Approximate Distance From Thimphu Famous For
Thimphu 0.0 km Thimphu Dzong
Paro Valley Tiger’s Nest Monastery 62.5 km Its Iconic History
Punakha 84.6 km The Palace of Great Happiness
Phuentsholing 147.2 km Crocodile Breeding Center, Zongotho Pelri Lhankhang Temple
Bumthang Valley 271.8 km The four valleys of ura, Churney, tang and Choekhor
Wangduephodrang 70 km Wangduephodrang Dzong
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  • Nature
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  • Sightseeing
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  • Punakha (2D)
  • Paro (2D)

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    However, the highest unclimbed peak still remains in Bhutan and the mountain’s name is Gangkhar Puensum.

    It is surprising to know that Bhutan is a small, isolated country of just under eight-hundred thousand people landlocked between India and China.

    Buddhism is very active in Bhutan. Moreover, Buddhism in Bhutan is more of a way of life than a religion. This attests to the fact that Bhutanese also have a strong reverence to nature and the spiritual world which is partly a pre-Buddhist animist belief.

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    Mayank Gaur

    New delhi

    Mayank's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    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.

    MK

    Mohit Karakasia

    Phuentsholing

    Mohit's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Thimpu hotel stay was good experience rest of the trip was also fine.

    KB

    Kaustav Bagchi

    Kolkata

    Kaustav's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    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!

    PM

    Piyush Mishra

    Bengaluru

    Piyush's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Overall trip was good we thank TravelTriangle & the tour operator Valley Tours.

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    Kulu

    Bengaluru

    Kulu's 6 days trip to Bhutan

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

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    Sanket

    Delhi

    Sanket's 6 days trip to Bhutan

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

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    Bipin Phulsundar

    Pune

    Bipin's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    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.

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    Vybhav Jayaraman

    Banglore.

    Vybhav's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    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

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    Ankita Shirke

    Bagdogra international airport

    Ankita's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    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!

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    Alhad Posam

    Mumbai

    Alhad's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    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.

    How to reach/travel within the country

    Transportation is one of the major concerns when it comes to trips, and this tour of Bhutan from Ahmedabad, there are various transportation facilities available.

    Air

    Ahmedabad, being the largest and one of the most known cities in Gujarat, provides us with a fairly good amount of flight connectivity via domestic as well as international flights. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International airport, which is situated about 15km from the center of the city, is the busiest airport in the state and it serves the incoming and outgoing of around 250 aircraft on a daily basis. Paro airport is the only international airport in Bhutan. Yongphulla Airport in Trashigang is a small domestic airport that went under upgrades through 2010.

    Road

    In any country, the roads are the easiest and widely used means of transportation means, especially for traveling close by places. Bhutan has the Lateral Road, which is the country’s primary east-west corridor, connecting important cities of Phuentsholing in the southwest to Trashigang in the east. Being situated in a place surrounded by deep valleys and mountain regions, the roads are extremely dangerous and risky modes of transport. The conditions of the roads are not good enough and the repairing is quite difficult due to the remoteness of such roads. The availability of cabs and booked vehicles are also present which eases out problems related to traveling to hotels from the places that you visit.

    Rail

    Unfortunately, Bhutan has no railways, though an agreement was signed between India and Bhutan and an 18-kilometers-long, 5ft 6in broad gauge rail link between Hashmira, a city in West Bengal, and Toribari in Bhutan. Hashmira is the nearest railway station in Bhutan. Traveling by rail in the country is therefore not possible due to the absence of a rail network.

    Best time to visit

    Imagine that you have a really busy schedule and after being tired of your daily business, you find out some time in order to enjoy and explore the world, to experience some change in your life. You decide to plan a trip, everything is planned out well, but the only thing you missed was to check the weather conditions and you are not able to go out for the trip since the place is totally flooded with water. Even the sense of such a thing happening to someone makes us feel bad for him, but what if the person is you? Bhutan faces seasons that can be classified into categories given below:

    • Spring - ranges from March to May
    • Summer – ranges from June to August
    • Autumn – ranges from September to November
    • Winter – ranges December and February

    The climate varies from semi-tropical, which is moreover bearable, to alpine, which is also referred to as mountain or highland climate. Typically there is an increase in temperature of about 7degree celsius per 1000 meters height increase. The climate of southern Bhutan ranges from a minimum of 15-degree celsius in winter to a maximum of 30-degree celsius in summer. Also, the eastern part of the country is typically warmer than the east.

    For people who love history and ancient monuments, the best places to visit lie in the lower altitudes and thus are advised to visit in the Summer or Autumn when the sun is bright and the temperature is not too low. Also, it won’t rain during this time which makes it easy and safe to use the roads which are pretty risky at the time when it rains since the place is entirely covered by valleys. The monasteries and ancient places related to Buddhist culture is heart touching and gives us a feeling of being blessed by being at such a place.

    Tips

    • The country is not the collection of one of the most visited tourist spots, so it is pretty easy to find the hotel of your preference and financial limits.
    • The hotels are of all ranges starting from medium requirements to luxurious resorts.
    • There are a lot of offers applicable throughout the year, so you need to look after them to avail discounts.
    • Booking the hotels 1 month before is a safe time in terms of the crowd that Bhutan tourism faces every year.

    Bhutan tour packages from Ahmedabad will provide you a very good opportunity to explore the Buddhist culture and visit the ancient monasteries, which was once occupied by the great monks who had undergone a transformation and strict discipline and hard work throughout their lives. The places provide us mesmerizing scenes of natural beauty and large valleys which amaze us every time we look around. In short, the trip will be one of the most memorable tours and you would love to come to Bhutan again. Bhutan Tourism welcomes you.