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Bhutan Tour Packages From Bangalore

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Let yourself relax and avail the Bhutan tour packages from Bangalore to see some of the most beautiful sites in Thimphu, Paro valley and Punakha and explore some of the most famous attractions of the country like the Tiger Nest Monastery and the National Museum. The country is also rich in culture and diverse among itself with different traditions and festivals across different villages.

There are many other valleys and temples across the country which makes it difficult to cover everything in one trip. However, the best way to go through the planning is by exploring the Bhutan tour packages from Bangalore. It is also one of the least travelled destinations and therefore you might find the peace and silence you are looking for to get away from the stress of your daily lives. 

Places To Visit In Bhutan From Bangalore

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

Ideal Duration

The ideal duration to make a satisfying trip to Bhutan would be somewhere between 6 to 7 days. Since, Bhutan only gives a 7 days of entry permit initially, you will have to extend your permit if you would like to stay longer. Make sure you choose the right package to accommodate your needs that can provide you a pleasurable experience.

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    Bhutan is called “The land of Thunder Dragons” because of the violent and large thunderstorm that lash down through the valleys from the Himalayas.

    The first international tourists were allowed into Bhutan by invite-only in the year 1974. But today, Bhutan tourism is free’ but not cheap In other words, you must arrange all you travel through a government-authorized tourist agency.

    Bhutan observes Tantric Buddhism as its official religion.

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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.


    Mohit Karakasia


    Mohit's 6 days trip to Bhutan

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


    Kaustav Bagchi


    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!


    Piyush Mishra


    Piyush's 7 days trip to Bhutan

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




    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.




    Sanket's 6 days trip to Bhutan

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


    Bipin Phulsundar


    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.


    Vybhav Jayaraman


    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


    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!


    Alhad Posam


    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.

    Best Time to Visit

    The Summer Rains

    While the summer monsoon season lasts from June to mid-september, the rains are the highest in Bhutan across the entire region of the Himalaya. The time is great for visiting the temples and monasteries but it might not be best for trekking. People who love to relax and watch the rain falling from their windows while sipping tea will have a delightful time. If you feel a little more adventurous, then take an umbrella and stroll down the streets and explore the local life.

    The Winter Clarity

    The winters make up the months from December to February in Bhutan. It is the best time to visit to witness the snowy mountains and visit the western districts of Bhutan like the Paro Valley, Punakha and many others for its striking and jaw dropping beauty. It is also that time of the year when you can witness the rare black-necked cranes roosting in the lower reaches of Bhutan. The best place to spot them is Gangtey Monastery or the Bomdeling Birds Sanctuary. Dochula Tesechu is celebrated every year in December for the victory of Bhutan from Tibetan warriors.

    The Autumn Rejuvenation

    Autumn season begins in late September and goes on till the month of November. The beauty of the country is unparalleled in the autumn season. It offers the most surreal views of the landscape and lets you have a peek at the snow covered terrains. It is a time to sit back, relax and watch the shedding of the beautiful willow trees. Also one of the best times to visit the rice fields getting ready to be harvested. Black necked festival in Gangte is celebrated on the 12th of November. You will not be able to escape the romance in this time of the year and in such a wondrous place.

    The Blossoming Spring

    The best time to visit the exquisite country of Bhutan is between the months of March and May; the beautiful spring season. The valley will cast a spell on your soul with its bewitching sights. The flowers are blooming and the scenic views of the country during this time should not be missed. The lilac Jacaranda trees are in full bloom and are stunning to look in the backdrop of its beautiful surroundings. There are so many reasons to visit the country in the springtime. One of the highlights are the festival of Paro Tshechu which showcases monks performing in colorful dresses and enacting stories. Bhutan can be different for different people based on what they want from their trip and that is the reason why you should know about the seasons of the country before you make your own decision.

    How to Reach

    There are three ways to reach Bhutan from Bangalore as follows:

    By Train

    You can take a train from Bangalore to Kolkata to Hasimara and then reach Bhutan. You can also take a train to New Jalpaiguri station and from there reach Jaigaon. After reaching Jaigaon you can simply take a public bus or taxi to your destination.

    By Flight

    You can take a flight from Bangalore to Bagdogra Airport and then continue via road from there.

    By Bus

    If you are an adventurer and love traveling, you could opt going from Bangalore to Bhutan in a bus covering a distance of around 2,875 kilometers. The road will be scenic and an adventure of its own merit



    Make sure you dress conservatively in Bhutan since it’s a relatively conservative Bhuddist country.The traditional dress of the Bhutanese are long skirts going all the way to the ankle and long sleeves along with high necklines. Therefore, even if you are not wearing the traditional dress, try to keep your arms and legs covered at all times. Make sure you have footwear suitable for hikes in the mountainous terrain of Bhutan.


    Bhutanemese food is known for its unique taste and deliciousness. The authentic dishes of Bhutan can be very different from Tibetian or Nepali food. The most famous Bhutanese dish is Ema datshi. The dish is made of chillies and a delicious cheese sauce. You should definitely try this traditional dish. The cheese or datshi is taken with other ingredients like potatoes (Kewa Datshi), mushrooms (Shamu Datshi) and even beef (Shakam ema datshi).


    Bhutan is conservative Buddhist country and follows the Tibetan form of Mahayana Buddhism. The country’s isolationist policies has made it possible for people to preserve their religion. Your exploration of the country cannot end without falling absolutely in live with the serenity of Bhutan’s culture.


    If you love exploring different cultures and traditions, make sure to time your arrival in Bhutan with the start of a festival. There are a number of festivals celebrated in Bhutan every year. Some of the famous festivals are the paro and Thimphu Tshechu showcasing colourful dancing and beautiful aesthetic costumes that will leave you in a state of awe. Some of the other festivals that you might want to explore are the Ura Matsusake Mushroom festival or the Haa Summer Festival.

    It is no wonder that the tourism to Bhutan has been constantly increasing. The unparalleled beauty topped with a unique culture has drawn the attention of many travellers. You might want peace and comfort and Bhutan tour packages from Bangalore will guide you to the best way of spending your time in this hidden gem of Southeast Asia.