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Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days
7 Days

  Accomodation : 3 /4 Star Hotel
 Duration : 7  Days
 Grading : Easy
 Max Altitude : 3180m
 Starts at : kathmandu
 End at : Kathmandu
 Best Season : Mar-Apr-May/ Oct-Nov-Dec

Overview

Himalayan Hero Adventures organizes this 6 nights 7 days Bhutan Tour. This package tour is a popular week tour package which most of our clients prefer.

Known as the land of the dragon, this country is ranked as one of the happiest countries in Asia. Popular for a tourist destination, there are a lot of places to visit in Bhutan. Its serenity, traditional culture, and tradition, food, people make this country one of the most beautiful countries.  The most promising thing is that people can preserve theirs perfectly despite the heavy influence of western culture.

In this 6 nights 7 days tour, you will be visiting the famous places of Bhutan. Our very first destination will be Paro.  Paro is very famous for Taktsang Monastery. This monastery is one of the icons of Bhutan. Our next destination will be Thimpu. Thimpu is the capital city of Bhutan. We visit memorial Chorten built in the memory of Late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck then temples of Thimpu and then do shopping. On the third day, we will be visiting Punakha and Wangdue. These places are famous for its natural and cultural beauty. We will have a short visit to the monasteries of these places.
 
In this tour, we will enjoy the short hike to the famous places which makes this tour package more amazing. The amazing view will be perfect to capture those moments, and the tour will surely be deep-rooted into our memories.
 

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in paro


On this day we will fly to Paro from Kathmandu airport. The flight will offer us one of the most scenic beauty from the sky, snowcapped Himalayas, Mountain, Hills, river and diverse biodiversity.  After we reach in paro , our guide will take us to our hotel and after taking some rest we will visit famous Ta Dzong and Rinpung Dzong. Evening stroll in paro town and spending night in hotel.

Day 2: Paro to Thimphu and Sightseeing Thimphu


After having our morning breakfast we will be heading towards thimphu . Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan. In Thimnphu we will visit, National library, the institute for Zoring chusum , Haritage museum , textile museum and craft bazzar. We will get back to our hotel and spend our night there.

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha/Wangdue


We will drive to Punakha which passes via Dochula pass. This pass is an hour drive from Thimphu which is located at a height of 3140m. This pass offer the stunning view of the Himalayas. Punakha is a famous place where we get to see Punakha Dzong and Dho Jha Lam temple. We will also visit Madam’s Monastery – chhimi Lhakhang . We will spend our night in a hotel.

Day 4: Wangdue/Punakha and back to Thimphu


On this day, we will drive to upper Punakha from the village of Kabijsa and then visit Khamsum Yuelley Namgyel temple. Other famous place to visit are National Memorial Chorten, Tashichhodzong and Thimphu – haa – Paro

Day 5: Thimphu to haa paro valley


On this day we will visit beautiful haa paro valley. We will be passing through the village of Dogakha , Jabana and Susuna and then pass via Chilela pass . Chilrla pass oferss the stunning view of Himalayas.

Day 6: Hike to Paro Taktsang Goemba


On 6th day, our hike will be to the Taktsang Goemba known as “Tiger Nest”. The hike to the high cliff offers the spectacular view of the valley. There are other famous temples which we will visit. We take our launch at afternoon and relax in paro . We can buy souvenir from the paro town in the Evening and get back to hotel.

Day 7: Departure from Paro


Final day in paro , farewell and departure to the airport three hour before the actual flight.

Inclusions

  • All meals, tea and snacks (Full board meal) during the tour.
  • Government approved required category hotels on twin sharing basis.
  • Kathmandu -Bhutan -Kathmandu both way flight fare
  • All airport pickups and drops in Kathmandu and Paro.
  • Ground transport in comfortable private vehicle in Bhutan during the tour.
  • Experienced English speaking guides and local staff during the tour.
  • All city tour with permits and entrance fees for museums and monuments.
  • All government taxes.
  • Bhutan Visa fee.
  • Our service charges.

Exclusions

  • • Personal Expanses
  • • Tips to the Staff and porters
  • • Personal liquors
  • • Wi-Fi, Battery charge and hot shower.
  • • Entry visa for Nepal

FAQ

BHUTAN: WHY SHOULD I VISIT?
Bhutan is considered a unique destination even by privileged travelers. Because of its secluded location, limited accessibility, and preservation efforts, many tourists have not visited this jewel in the Himalayas. Tourists were not allowed into Bhutan until 1974 due to government regulations regulating the tourist tariff, which kept the number of tourists manageable. Happiness is a hallmark of Bhutanese culture, and the people are proud to wear their national costumes.
CAN I VISIT BHUTAN WITHOUT A VISA?
To visit Bhutan, you will need a visa. Himalayan Hero can assist travellers with obtaining their entry visas. Bhutan does not allow independent travel, and an authorized travel agency must confirm all travel arrangements.
WHICH TIMES ARE BEST FOR TRAVEL TO BHUTAN?
Once our destination specialists learn more about your preferences, they will recommend certain travel times. The Bhutanese climate varies according to elevation. A tropical climate prevails in the southern regions, while snow is a constant feature in the Himalayan regions. In most cases, the southwest monsoon occurs between June and September. Bhutan's towns also host vibrant performances of music and dance during festivals and holidays.
DO I NEED TO GET VACCINATED?
Bhutan does not require any vaccinations. In light of the season and region of travel, we will recommend specific vaccinations and/or medications and preventative measures. Yellow Fever certificates are required if you travel from an area infected with the disease. Routine immunizations are recommended for all travellers. Vaccines against Tetanus and Hepatitis A are also recommended. Bhutan's lowland regions are susceptible to malaria, so preventative measures and insect repellent of tropical strength are recommended. 
WHAT IS THE SAFETY LEVEL OF BHUTAN?
The crime rate in Bhutan is low, and the country is generally safe. Travelling internationally, however, requires vigilance. Use caution when travelling alone and ask your guide about safe/unsafe areas. Make sure your wallet and purse are always kept in sealed pockets. Markets are prone to pickpocketing and distraction scams. The best deterrents are awareness and caution.
WHAT LANGUAGES DO BHUTANESE SPEAK?
It is common to hear English in schools because it is the medium of instruction. In the northern and western parts of the country, Dzongkha is spoken primarily by Ngalop, a Tibetan dialect. The national newspaper is printed in English, Nepali, and Dzongkha, as well as road signs and government documents. There are different languages spoken in the villages by different ethnic groups.
IS THERE ANYTHING I SHOULD PACK?
In general, it depends on what time of year you're travelling. A warm jacket, a sweater, and warm clothing are recommended in the winter, except for the summer months. It will be acceptable to wear cotton and lightweight woollens in the summer. 

For varying temperatures, layering is a good idea. Don't forget to pack soft-soled, comfortable shoes. Don't forget to dress conservatively while visiting temples and other religious places. Slacks are appropriate for men or pants or long skirts for females. You must also cover your shoulders if you are inside a religious building.
HOW MANY TOURISTS CAN ENTER BHUTAN IN A YEAR?
Tourists are not limited to the number admitted each year. The Bhutanese government has implemented a strict policy of "High Value, Low Impact Tourism" to protect Bhutan's traditions, culture, and natural environment. As a result of this policy, Bhutan hopes to attract discerning tourists who will respect Bhutan's unique culture and values while providing a memorable, one-of-a-kind vacation experience.
BHUTANESE FOOD: WHAT'S IT LIKE?
The sharp taste of Bhutanese food is its most unique characteristic. Many Bhutanese people would not eat a meal
without chilies, which are an important ingredient on nearly every plate. In Bhutanese meals, rice is the main ingredient. As a side dish, it comes with either meat or vegetables. Chicken, pork, and beef are in high demand. Numerous restaurants across the country also serve western and Indian cuisine.

 

CAN YOU TELL ME HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO TRAVEL BHUTAN?

The cost of tourism in Bhutan is higher than in other countries. Bhutan's culture and environment are protected thanks to the government's initiative. In January, February, June, July, and August, the government offers a Minimum Daily Package where tourists must spend $200/night and $250/night during the peak season of March, April, May, September, October, and November.

This all-inclusive package is despite its high cost:

  • Hotel accommodations at a 3-star hotel
  • Lunch, dinner, and breakfast are all included in the package.
  • Drinks and snacks will be served.
  • Food and camping equipment for trekking
  • A guide with experience
  • Airfare to and from home country is not included in transportation (usually a car)
  • A fee of $65 is set aside for Sustainable Development in Bhutan (to support free education, free healthcare, and poverty alleviation).

You can experience Bhutan's unspoiled beauty when you take advantage of the all-inclusive package.

 

BHUTAN CURRENCY: WHAT IS IT?
Bhutan's currency is called Ngultrum. Bhutan is the only place you can get your hands on the currency. There are shops in the town and city areas, as well as at the Paro International Airport, the Bhutanese banks, and the Paro International Airport. In smaller towns and villages, you will not be able to purchase Ngultrum.
 
 
ALTITUDE SICKNESS: IS IT COMMON IN BHUTAN?
There is a high incidence of altitude sickness in Bhutan, and it can affect anyone, no matter their age, strength, or level of fitness. Aside from dehydration, edema, fatigue, dizziness, and shortness of breath, others symptoms include dizziness, fatigue, and fatigue. In higher elevations, we recommend limiting alcohol intake, staying hydrated, and planning rest days to prevent altitude sickness.


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  • Monday 30th of November -0001

    Thanks to Chintan's experience in promoting tourism in Nepal, we managed to organize an excellent visit to the main places in Nepal. After our arrival in Kathmandu, we planned together the various visits and transports for Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan. Thanks to their deep knowledge of the various places we have been able to understand throughout the package, the various experiences, such as paragliding and jungle safari, unique and absolutely to be done. I thank Chintan, Madan and the whole Himalayan Hero Adventures Company.

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