Enticing Tour of Bhutan

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Located on the eastern edge of the Himalayas, Bhutan is a landlocked country known for its picturesque mountain beauty and unique culture. Also known as the Kingdom of Bhutan, its charm of the old world distinguishes Bhutan from other tourist destinations. Bhutan has a wide range of places to visit and attracts tourists from all over the world. It's full of monasteries and fortifications. This beautiful city is blessed with some of the picturesque rivers that meander through the valleys and makes it a one-stop destination for every kind of traveler.

Enticing Bhutan tour takes travelers through some of the fascinating places such as Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Bumthang, Gangtey, and Tiger’s Nest etc. Bhutan tour packages allow the guests to experience the real beauty of this charming yet unexplored Himalayan part. Experience and explore the untouched part of Bhutan and make the most of the trip.


Paro- Thimphu- Punakha- Trongsa- Bumthang- Gangtey- Paro-

NO. OF DAYS : 9 Nights / 10 Days


  • Thimphu Sightseeing tour-BBS Tower, Changangkha Lhakhang.
  • Visit Hongtsho Village and admire the view of the region.
  • Head to Gangar Punsum- the highest unclimbed mountain.
  • Take a detour of Lobesa Village.
  • Bumthang Sightseeing- Jakar Dzong, Kurjey Lhakhang, Wangdicholing Palace.
  • Drive to Gangtey and visit Gangtey Monastery.
  • Hike up to the Tiger’s Nest and enjoy the picturesque view.


  • Accommodation in 3 Star Standard Hotels.
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast & Dinner at all Hotels.
  • Lunches at the nice Hygenic local restaurant.
  • Museum fees included. 
  • Bhutan Visa fees.
  • Tour Guide for the entire tour.
  • All transfers & sightseeing inclusive using Luxury SUV.
  • All applicable Hotel & other taxes.


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On arrival at Paro, meet our representative who will guide and transfer you to Thimphu. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and rest for a while. Later in the evening, head to Taschichoe Dzong which is known to be the Fortress of Glorious Religion. Return back after exploring and overnight stay at Thimphu.

Today, after breakfast you will begin your sightseeing tour with places like King’s Memorial Chorten which was built in the memory of Third Druk Gyalpo and is dedicated to World Peace. This Chorten or stupa is a huge white structure that is crowned with a golden spire. Located close to the city of Thimphu, this stupa is one of the most iconic monuments and garnered tourists from all walks of life. Next you will head to Buddha Point where you will get to see a statue of Budhha that is 169 feet tall. Next you will head to Sangaygang (BBS Tower) that was built in the 12th century and is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. Bhutan Broadcasting Service (BBS) operates the country's radio and television network and has a hilltop-built telecommunications tower. It is situated at 2685 m above sea level and provides views of the whole Thimphu valley. During the evening, when the sun sets, the place is best enjoyed and is sure to make your tour worthwhile. Proceed to Changangkha Lhakhang which is an ancient temple located about 1 km from Thimpu city center. The temple was built on a site chosen by the Drukpa Lineage founder in Bhutan in the 12th century. The temple has massive wheels of prayer along with incredibly huge texts from Tibet and very fine interior murals. Later, head to National handicrafts shop where you can buy interesting handicrafts that takes place in the weekend market. In the evening take a leisure walk from Clock tower square and interact with local people. Return back after your city tour and overnight stay at the hotel in Thimphu.

Today, you will drive to low lands of Punakha Valley through Dochula Pass and make a stopover at Hongtsho Village. Make sure to stop at the immigration check point to stamp in your permit. Right next to the check point, you will be able to find small local stalls selling apples for sale. Drive through the first mountain pass in the western region of Bhutan. On top of the pass, where the ridges are covered in colorful prayer flags, you can find the 108 Druk Wangyal chortens. You could take three rounds of prayers, take some of the best shots of photography. Visit the Botanical Park of Lampari on the way. If the weather is clear you'll be able to see the highest peaks to the north, Gangar Punsum is the highest unclimbed mountain in the country. You can take a photo shot near the natural lake if you're lucky you could see red pandas and different species of birds. Go down through the village of Thinleygang to Punakha and make a left turn where you will reach Lobesa and enter the valley of Punakha. Have lunch on the way at Lobesa and take a hike to Chimi Lhakhang which is an old monastery that is dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kunley and is known for its outrageous behavior. Built in 1499 by Ngawng Chogyal, the 14th Drukpa Hierarch, this temple is a popular tourist attraction in Bhutan. After crossing the paddy field, you will come across Lobesa village which is located in the valley, surrounded by paddy fields on the way to the "Chimi Lhakhang" an important Buddhist shrine in Punakha. Interact with the locals and visit some village houses to learn about their lifestyle and then head towards Chimi Lhakhang and drive to Punakha. Overnight stay at the hotel in Punakha.

After breakfast, head to visit the beautiful nunnery that is built in the hill top of Walakha. Indulge in the Morning Prayer with the nuns and later head further north of Punakha and visit one of the stunning stupa that is built on the ridge near Punakha River and is well known as Khamsum Yuelley Namgyel Chorten. The stupa was built in honour of then Prince Jigme Kheser Namgyel Wangchuk and was built in 1990s and took almost 10 years to complete. After lunch, take a stroll in Punakha town and visit local shops. Overnight stay at Punakha.

Proceed to Bumthang via Wangdi and Trongsa and enroute make a stopover at Phobjikha. You can visit Gangtey Gonpa temple which is considered to be one of the most religious site in Bhutan. The temple was built by Pema Thinley in 1613 and is a must visit place during your Bhutan tour. Later stroll around the picturesque valley of Phobjikha. This tourist attraction served as a winter habitat for the black-necked cranes that migrate from November to February. After exploring Phubjikha, head towards Trongsa where you will drive uphill towards Pela La Pass where you will come across the Black Mountains that segregates the Western and Central Bhutan. Before your arrival at Trongsa, you will pass by the famous Nikkarchu Bridge where you will find whitewashed stone that was built in Nepalese style in the 18th century. As you approach Trongsa you will get to view the massive Trongsa Dzong which is also known as ‘’the never reaching Trongsa Dzong. This place was earlier used to be the old gateway between east and west. If time permits, you can visit the Trongsa Dzong and Ta Dzong that was built in 1652 and now it is a museum that exhibits Buddhist art and history of Monarchy. Overnight stay at Chummi Bumthang.

Today, you will explore Bumthang which is also known as heaven for hikers and trekkers. Here you will come across various beautiful monasteries and pilgrimage sites. Bumthang valley is fascinating and has interesting myths and legends about Kings, serpents and Buddhist masters. In the morning visit Jakar Dzong that was founded by a white bird on a ridge overlooking the valley. Then head to Kurjey Lhakhang where the kings are taken for their cremation rites. Proceed towards Wangdicholing Palace that was built during the times of Jigme Namgyel. Overnight stay at Bumthang

Enjoy delicious breakfast and drive to Gangtey where you will be visiting the popular Gangtey Monastery that is associated with the Nyingmapa school of Buddhism. This monastery is situated in the Wandue Phodrang Dzhongkhag in Central Bhutan. Established in 1613 by Peling Gyalse Rinpoche, the monastery has become popular over the years. The monastery is a five-temple complex surrounding a central main tower. Built in Tibetan-style architecture, the monastery's main hall is made entirely of wood with its eight central wooden pillars considered to be the largest in Bhutan. After the city tour, return back and overnight stay at Gangtey.

Today after breakfast, head to Paro which is your next stop on this Bhutan tour package. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and rest of the day is for leisure. Overnight at Paro.

Paro is known to be a valley of religion and myth and there you can visit Taktshang which is also called Tiger’s Nest. This popular landmark stands on a granite cliff and is about 1000m above the valley. The Taktsang monastery is known to be a national treasure of Bhutan. Take a short hike to Taktsang and you will reach a cafeteria from where you can enjoy a picturesque view of the monastery. Later walk down back to road and reach your hotel for lunch. Then take a walk in Paro Bazar for shopping and overnight stay at Paro

Your Bhutan tour will come to an end where you will be driven back to Paro International Airport. From there board flight for your onward destination.

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