This 6 Nights 7 days Bhutan Tour is a popular week tour package preferred by the client. You will be able to know about the get knowledge of their traditions, culture and their lifestyle of the local people of Bhutan. You also get an opportunities to enjoy the amazing lifetime experience of the Himalayan flight over the snow-capped mountains. The is one and only opportunities to explore various monasteries and Buddhist art in Bhutan.
- Day 1: Arrival Paro
- Day 2: Full day Paro Sightseeing and hike to Tiger Nest.
- Day 3: Drive to Thimphu and sightseeing.
- Day 4: Full-day Sightseeing Thimphu. (Lot of hikes depends on one’s interests)
- Day 5: Drive Thimphu to Punakha.
- Day 6: Punakha to Paro via Thimphu.
- Day 7: Departure.
Day 01: Arrival Paro
The flight offers you with a beautiful view of mountain and landscape. On arrival and after visa formalities you will be received by touching void members. Sightseeing if time permits. Overnight Uma Paro.
Day 02: Full day Paro Sightseeing and hike to Tiger Nest
Paro Sightseeing – visit the ruined fortress of Drugyel dzong which still attracts visitors due to the strategic location of the fort. Drive back and hike to the viewpoint of Taktsang monastery. The hike which is all the way uphill takes about 2 /3 hours through villages and pine forests. The monastery clings to a huge granite cliff 800 meters from the Paro valley. Afternoon proceeds through the beautiful valley to the watchtower or locally known as Ta-Dzong. It was housed into the National Museum in the 1960s by the third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. The seven floors museum highlights various aspects of Bhutanese culture and history dating back to the 7th century. A short walk downhill to the Rinpung Dzong which serves as the administrative center and school for monks. Walk further down crossing the traditional bridge into Paro Town. Stroll around the market and visit a souvenir shop where one can get a rare and old collection of Bhutan stamp. Bhutan is famous for a stamp.
Day 03: Drive to Thimphu and sightseeing.
Drive to Thimphu (1 & 1/2hrs). Visit the Memorial Chorten built in the memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, 15-century Changangkha monastery, Motithang mini zoo to see the rare “Takin” national animal of Bhutan and drive further down with a good view of the Thimphu valley. Visit the new Drupthob nunnery temple and free time in the market. Overnight Taj Tashi.
Day 04: Full-day Sightseeing Thimphu. (Lot of hikes depends on one’s interests)
Visit the Painting school, National library, Royal goldsmith workshop and Handicraft centers. Then after driving 3 hours to Punakha crossing the Dochula pass 3100 meters and visit the Punakha Dzong which served as an old capital of Bhutan. This remarkable fortress is built between two rivers and has survived many glacial floods and fire. Every year during the month of February a procession known as the Punakha Serda takes place to commemorate the victory over the Tibetans. Overnight Aman Kora.
Day 05: Drive Thimphu to Punakha.
Day excursion to the Gangtey Gompa valley at an altitude of 2800 meters. The only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan is located here. This beautiful valley is also home to the rare Black Necked Cranes migrating from the Tibetan plateau to escape the harsh winter. Currently, there are 200 to 300 cranes residing in this valley and the Royal Society for Protection of Nature (RSPN) is taking every measure to ensure the safety of the Cranes.While the cranes reside in the winter valley for 4/5 months the village folks are not allowed to make loud noises or fish in the river that runs through the valley. Explore the fascinating glacier valley and return to Aman Kora.
Day 06: Punakha to Paro via Thimphu.
Drive 4-5 hours to Paro via Lobesa and a short walk through farmhouses and fields to Chime Lhakhang. This monastery was built in the 15 century and dedicated to the famous Lam Drukpa Kunley or divine madman. He is one of the most famous saints in Bhutan and his temple is visited mostly by childless couples. Lunch at Thimphu and drive to Paro visiting the visiting the oldest building in Bhutan, the Simtokha Dzong. It now serves as a Buddhist university. Overnight Uma Paro.
Day 07: Departure.
Transfer to airport for departure to Kathmandu.
Bhutan Government Royalty
Bhutanese Tourist Visa fee
Twin sharing hotel rooms at 3-star hotels
All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner & light refreshments) at 3star hotels
English speaking tour guide service from start to tour ends
All transfers and excursions by private vehicles
All entrance fees to museums and monuments
All internal taxes and fees
Mineral drinking water
Office service charges.
Single room supplement
Travel issuance (recommended)
4 star and 5-star accommodations and meals (optional)
Other personal expenses like overseas calls, laundry etc