Bhutan is a small landlocked country on the southern slopes of the Eastern Himalayas situated between China and India. Surround by the Indian states of Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, and east Arunachal Pradesh. Also, Tibet is a neighbouring country of Bhutan.
Thus, the influence of Tibetan art and culture can be seen here. Encircled by mountains, lowland river valleys, dense forests, and wildlife attract tourists all over the world.
Places to Visit:
- Heritage Museum
- Dochula Pass
Best Time to visit Bhutan:
October to December is the ideal month to visit Bhutan. This time you can watch the clear sky and breathe fresh air. The majority of people travel to Bhutan in October and November. During these months, people enjoy festivals, trekking in the mountain, and staying at tree houses. However, January and February are colder than any other month.
Many people like to visit from March to April, because of the pleasant temperature. Also, rhododendron colored the hillside and perfect time for trekking.
Tour Program: : 6 Night & 7 Days
Day1: Welcome to Thimphu
Welcome to Bhutan! Meet our representative at Paro International Airport. After completing the immigration procedure, proceed to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Check-in to the Hotel at Thimphu. Rest in the hotel and enjoy a cup of tea in the pleasant weather of Bhutan. Later visit the local markets of Thimphu. Stay overnight hotel in Thimphu.
Day2: Thimphu Visit
After breakfast, get ready and set out for local sightseeing. Here, Visit Kuensel Phodrang (Buda Point), Tasichho Dzong (Royal palace), Memorial Chorten, BBS Tower, Taki Reserve Forest, Motithan taking Preserve, Folk Heritage Museum, and National Post office. Return and stay in the hotel enjoying local cuisines.
Day3: Thimphu to Punakha
After having breakfast, check out and proceed towards Punakha. On the way, visit Dochula pass, a mountain pass in the snow-covered mountains. Check-in to the hotel of Punakha. Next, have your lunch in Droop Angle Café. In the evening stay in the hotel at Punakha for leisure.
Day4: Punakha Explore
Early in the morning, have your breakfast and set out to visit Punakha Dzong and enjoy the majestic structure and architecture. Next, visit Long Suspension Bridge and Chimi Lhakhang (The Fertility Temple). Chimi Lhakhang believed in it as a place of magic and miracles. Return and stay overnight at the hotel of Punakha.
Day5: Punakha to Paro
The next morning, have breakfast and check out from the hotel of Punakha. Then proceed to Paro and check in to a hotel at Paro. Later set out for local sightseeing Rinpung Dzong, National Museum, and a local market visit.
Day6: Visit Chele La Pass
After breakfast, proceed for Tiger Nest Hike and Chele La pass. Taktsang Lhakhang or the Tiger’s Nest is the most iconic sight and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Paro. And Chele la Pass is the highest motorable pass in Bhutan.
Day 7: Most Memorable Trip
Have breakfast, check out, and drop at Paro International Airport. And with stunning memories of majestic Bhutan fly back.