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Bhutan Tour Packages From Hyderabad

About bhutan: rated 4.4/5 (based on 1263 reviews) | Packages starting from ₹12,430/-

Bhutan, the ‘Land of Thunder Dragon’ is the happiest country in Asia. The landlocked nation is surrounded by India from the East, West, and South and shares a border with China from the North. The beautiful country in the lap of the Himalayas stands proud as the land of Gangkhar Puensum, the world’s highest unclimbed peak. Bhutanese people believe in the conservation of the environment. They inspire the world to preserve the purity of mother nature. The country is rich in cultural diversity and every Bhutan village has its unique festival to celebrate.

Due to the natural beauty, serenity, untouched mountains, and religious shrines, Bhutan has been becoming a popular destination for tourists. Located on the mountains, it is a very quiet and beautiful country. Here nature has not been miserly with its bounty. The lifestyle here is very simple. Bhutan is the eighth happiest country in the world. Hidden in the hills, the nation has long been steeped in mystery and legend. In Bhutan, travellers can have the experience of the Buddhist way of life in combination of modernity. It is a country of scenic views of the Himalayas, quiet Buddhist monasteries, and serene people. The location is perfect for a refreshing holiday. Book Bhutan Tour Packages From Hyderabad and spend a few days in peace embracing the beauties of nature.

Places To Visit


Famous For: Snow covered mountains, culture, and Buddhist festivals.

Languages: Dzongkha

Currency: Ngultrum and Indian Rupee

Distance From Hyderabad: 2,199 km.

Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Paro International airport and Phuentsholing Railway Station.

Ideal duration: 2-3 days

Packages Starting From: INR 10,000

Travelers Review: 4.2/5 (based on 304 reviews)

The beautiful valley of Paro wraps its delightful aura around you. The valley is famous for its traditional style houses and a large number of bakeries, restaurants and cafes. Add Paro as the first place to visit in Bhutan. Taktshang Monastery which is at the height of 3000 feet is a world heritage site, Ta Dzong National Museum, Rinpung Dzong, and local market are attractions to visit in Paro. To taste the authentic Bhutan food, tourists must dine in Bukhari restaurant and Sonam Trophel restaurant.


Famous For: Scenic view, cultural heritage, and natural beauty

Languages: Dzongkha

Currency: Ngultrum and Indian Rupee

Distance From City: 2,203 km

Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Paro International airport and Phuentsholing railway station.

Ideal duration: 2-3 days

Packages Starting From: INR 19,499

Travelers Review: 4.2/5 (based on 141 reviews)

The capital and largest city of Bhutan, Thimpu is one of the two national capital cities of the world, which does not have a traffic light. Tashichho Dzong, Kuensel Phodrang king’s memorial Chorten, and Folk Heritage Museum are the places that attract tourists to Thimpu. Also, a market is held every Saturday and Sunday on the banks of the River Wang Chuh. This market is a great opportunity to meet with the locals and enjoy the shopping of handicrafts and clothes. Experience the Buddhist philosophy in the best religious structures Memorab Chorten, a large Tibetan-style memorial. This beautiful architectural building was built in memory of the third king of Bhutan.


Famous For: Rice farming and natural beauty

Languages: Dzongkha

Currency: Ngultrum and Indian Rupee

Distance From City: 2,278 km

Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Paro International airport and Phuentsholing railway station

Ideal duration: 1-2 days

Packages Starting From: INR 19,499

Travelers’ Review: rated 4.3/5 (based on 171 reviews)

Located at the confluence of Mo Chihu (Mother River) and Fa Chhu (Father River), the beautiful valley is famous in Bhutan for rice farming. The natural drive from Thimpu to Punakha will entirely be a different and soothing journey. Punakha Dzong, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Ritsha, Mo Chhu, Chimi Lhakhang, Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang, Jigme Dorji National Park, Dochula Pass, Koma Tsachu,and Limbhukha Village are places of attraction in Punakha.


Famous For: Wildlife and natural beauty

Languages: Dzongkha

Currency: Ngultrum and Indian Rupee

Distance From City: 2,348 km

Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Paro International airport and Phuentsholing railway station.

Ideal duration: 1 day

Packages Starting From: INR 32,350

Travelers’ Review: rated 4.4/5 (based on 18 reviews)

If you are a nature enthusiast and love to see wildlife, then visiting Phobjikha Valley is a must for you. Black mountains covered with snow is a vision to watch. Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park is located close to it and can be reached by trekking via Phobjikha. Wild animals like Himalayan Black Bear, Sambar Deer, Barking Deer, Red Fox and Leopard roam in their natural space in the valley. Apart from this, black-necked cranes can also be seen here. The pink and orange colours of Phobjikha Valley enhances the beauty of nature in evening.

Wangdue Phodrang

Famous For: Shrines and wildlife

Languages: Dzongkha

Currency: Ngultrum and Indian Rupee

Distance From City: 2,263 km

Nearest Airport and Railway Station: Paro International airport and Phuentsholing railway station

Ideal duration: 1 day

Travelers’ Review: rated 4.2/5 (based on 5 reviews)

Wangdue Phodrang holds the true essence of the rustic village, holy monasteries, and spectacular wildlife. One of the largest districts in Bhutan, it is rich in flora and fauna with Wangchuck Centennial Park in the north and Jigme Dorji National Park in the southeast region of the country. Rare animal species such as black bear, blue sheep, red panda, and snow leopard can be found here. Wangdue Phodrang is a place to add in a travel bucket list of Bhutan.

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    Bhutan is visa free for Indian tourists having a passport. Tourists are required to furnish Indian voter identification cards, valid current passport, and proof of Indian citizenship. Also, they need to get tourist permit from Thimpu or Paro which is valid for 7 days.

    Ngultrum is the currency used by Bhutanese in the country.

    If you are visiting in the summer season, then pack lightweight woollens and heavy cotton. But, if you are visiting in winter season, then pack woollen clothes, warm jackets, and sweaters. Also, pack comfortable shoes with soft soles.

    Regardless of age, strength, and fitness level, altitude sickness is common in Bhutan. It can affect anyone with symptoms of dizziness, dehydration, insomnia, fatigue, edema, and shortness of breath. Carry proper medication to stay safe.

    Owing to the low crime rate, Bhutan is absolutely safe to visit. Travellers need to be cautious and aware of pick-pockets.

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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

    Summer (June – August)

    For tourists, summer is the ideal time to visit Bhutan as at this time a clear vision of Himalayan mountains can be captured. The temperature ranges between 24 and 25 degrees Celsius with a clear and crisp atmosphere. During this season, Bhutanese celebrate the Haa festival amidst high altitude alpine forests, meadows and lakes. Tourists can also have a shower of little rain.

    Winter (December – February)

    Winters are way cooler in Bhutan. Temperature ranges between approximately 10 degrees to minus 5 degrees Celsius. In the region of high altitude mountains, temperature goes down to sub zero. Cities such as Thimphu and Paro get covered with mild snowfall in later weeks of January and February. People celebrate Punakha Dromche and Tshechu, the festival of founding of Bhutan.

    Spring (March – May)

    Temperature varies highly in the spring season between 3 degrees and 25 degrees Celsius approximately. Spring is considered the best season to book Bhutan Tour Packages From Hyderabad. It is perfect to try trekking activities. During this season, Paro Tshechu festival unfolds with full fun and tourists can get chance to meet Bhutan’s king

    Fall (September – November)

    During fall, the temperature ranges between 10 degrees to 23 degrees Celsius with mild sunny and chilly weather. After Spring, Autumn is the ideal time to visit. People celebrate Black-Necked Crane Festival in full swing during this month.

    How To reach

    By Air

    Bhutan’s Paro International Airport is the only airport from where international flights take off and land. Tourists can take a flight from Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, and Guwahati to reach Bhutan. Druk Air, the National Air Carrier of Bhutan offers regular flights to and from Paro. There is no direct flight available from Hyderabad to Bhutan. Tourists have to take flight to Delhi or Mumbai or Kolkata and from there, flight to Bhutan can be taken. To board a flight to Paro International Airport, Kolkata is the best option as it will take a total time of 4 hours to reach destination.

    By Road

    To reach Bhutan by roadway, there are three land borders available such as Phuentsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar and Gelephu. The borders can be crossed by private taxi, bus, or personal vehicle. There are direct buses available from Esplanade Station in Kolkata to Phuentsholing and it will take 18 hours of time. Only four hours will be required to travel from Siliguri to Phuentsholing. But, to travel from Hyderabad to Bhutan will be time consuming and expensive for the pockets.

    By Rail

    There is no direct train run between India and Bhutan. New Alipurduar, Siliguri, New Jalpaiguri Station and Hasimara are the stations from where a taxi or cab can be taken for Bhutan. Hasimara is in West Bengal and is only 17 km away from Phuentsholing. To travel from Hyderabad to Bhutan by train is not possible. Tourists need to take a train for Kolkata and from there to Hasimara.


    • Dress conservatively while visiting religious places and temples. Remember to cover shoulders.
    • If you are a budget traveller, then opt for a non peak season.
    • Visit the country during colourful festival times such as Thimphu Tshechu Festival, Jambay Lhakhang Drup Festival and Paro Tshechu Festival.
    • Bhutan is rich in culture. To get an insight of Bhutan’s culture and tradition, skip staying in hotels and opt for home stay.
    • Respect monarchs of Bhutan as Bhutanese consider their royals as an incarnation of God. Do not mock royals and hurt sentimental values of the Bhutanese.

    The kingdom of Bhutan is the last great Himalayan kingdom, and also the last Shangri-La. The breath-taking views of the Himalayas, icy mountains, green plains and pristine forests are enough to lure tourists from all around the world. Clean and pure air in the beautiful natural landscape is like icing on the cake because it is the first and only carbon-negative country in the entire world. The destination is unique for every type of tourist. However, it is more special for Indians as it’s a budget friendly getaway for Indian with no requirement of Visa application in advance. Bhutanese welcome the tourists warmly and speak Hindi too. Book Hyderabad To Bhutan Tour Package to witness Bhutan a great combination of ancient and modern cultures.