Explore Bhutan

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Phuentsholing, Thimphu, Punakha, Paro & More

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Flight, Bus, Train


Phuentsholing - AlemResort/ Meto Pema /Similar | Thimphu - Mantra Home / Taktsang Hotel/Similar | Punakha- Hotel Lobesa/ Kingaling/ Similar | Paro - Gawaling Resort/ Centra Point/Similar

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Breakfast & Dinner

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Experienced Tour Guide


Buddha Dordenma Statue, Motithang Takin Preserve, Simply Bhutan (Living Museum), Chimi Lakhang & More

Tour Description

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  • Accommodation at minimum of 3* Rated Hotel/Resorts 
  • Daily meals include Breakfast & Dinner at designated Hotel/Resort . 
  • All internal transport and sightseeing by Private Car with an experienced Driver. 
  • Pickup and Drop from Bagdogra Airport/ NJP train station. 
  • Sustainable development Fee (INR.1200 P/P/ Adult) 
  • Travel Insurance. 
  • Professional English-speaking license tour guide 
  • All internal taxes and service charges. 
  • 1Mineral bottle water per day, throughout the journey. 
  • Toll Tax, Parking charges & Driver allowance. 
  • Bhutan entry Permit assistance 
  • Bhutan Red Robes Travels personal care & Attention. 



  • Additional personal use of vehicles. 
  • Lunch 
  • Flight Cost/Train cost 
  • Monument Entrances Fees/ Activities Charges/ Camera Fees. 
  • Any Extra excursion or sightseeing apart from the given specified itinerary. 
  • Gratuities, Bar bill, Telephone bill, Personal expenses and Laundry. 
  • Any cost arising due to Natural calamities like landslide, road blockage, political disturbances (Strike) etc. to be borne by the client, who is directly payable on the spot. 



In order to proceed with arranging your journey through the kingdom of Bhutan, we kindly require the following: 

  • An original Passport or Voter Card of those travelers (Note: All passengers are advised to check their passport validity which should not be less than 6 months from the date of travels.) 
  • Children need to carry an original Birth Certificate or passport (Below 18 Years) .
  • Contact information (Address, Mobile/ Telephone number and email address) 
  • Indicate if any special needs, including dietary or Physical needs. 

Tour Planning

  • Day 1


    DAY: 1 (Phuentsholing - AlemResort/ Meto Pema /Similar - Deluxe)

    • When you first arrive at Bagdogra airport, you will be meet by one of our delightful tour driver outside the arrival hall and drive towards Phuntsholing. Phuentsholing is a border town in southern Bhutan and is the administrative seat of Chhukha District. Phuentsholing adjoins the Indian town of Jaigaon and cross-border trade has resulted in a thriving local economy. Phuentsholing has a population of 20,537. 
    • Evening for local market exploration. Overnight at Hotel/Resort in Phuentsholing.



  • Day 2


    DAY: 2 (Thimphu - Mantra Home / Taktsang Hotel/Similar Deluxe) 

    • After the process of Permit we will drive towards western Bhutan. The Journey west takes us back to Thimphu valley following thru Wang Chhu and Pa Chhu rivers. Stopover at Gedu and Wankha waterfalls for Photo session. Check-in to hotel and free time in the evening for local market exploration.
    • Overnight at Hotel/Resort in Thimphu.


  • Day 3


    DAY: 3 (Thimphu - Mantra Home/ Taktsang Hotel/ Similar Deluxe)

    Thimphu Cultural tour should always start with a casual browse through the; National Memorial Chorten: This is a Tibetan-style chorten built in 1974 in memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk who passed away in 1972. It is one of the most visible religious structures in town and for many people it is the focus of daily worship. Remember to walk around the chorten at least at least once to gain merit and good luck. 

    • Buddha Dordenma Statue : This massive statue of Shakyamuni measures in at a height of 51.5m, making it one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world. The statue is made of bronze and is glided in gold. The Buddha Dordenma is located atop a hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park and overlooks the 
      southern entrance to Thimphu valley. 
    • General Post Office: For stamps, Bhutan is famous for producing unique and innovative stamps. After selling peculiar “CD-Stamps” Bhutan’s Post Office now offers personalized stamp; we invite you to surprise your family and friends with your custom-made stamp made with one of your favorite holiday’s 
    • National Institute for Zorig Chusum: This institute commonly known as ‘the painting school’ operates four-Six years course that provide instruction in Bhutan’s 13 traditional arts. Students specialize in painting, woodcarving, embroidery or Statue making Tashichhoe Dzong (View Point) – Towards evening we will visit Tashichhoe Dzong view point. It is not only the office of His Majestic King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck (golden throne) but also the center of all religious affairs of the kingdom. Just below the Dzong we can see a glimpse of the Palace His Majestic King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck. 
    • Motithang Takin Preserve: Home to Bhutan’s national animal, the takin. This unusual animal is often described as looking like a moose that was stung by a bee. Formerly a small zoo, the king decreed that penning up animals was contrary to Buddhist beliefs, so they were released. The takin had difficulty adapting, so the preserve was established to care for these gentle creatures.
    • Simply Bhutan (Living Museum) – Simply Bhutan is an interactive 'living' museum that gives an introduction to various aspects of Bhutanese traditional life. Visitors get to learn how to distil arak, dress traditional attire, try out archery and hear songs sung by Bhutanese women as they build houses out of rammed earth. It's a good family experience. There are also souvenir shops and a snack bar. 
    • Authentic Bhutanese Crafts Bazaar–  Bhutan’s first ever craft Bazaar is now open in Bhutan’s capital Thimphu. A spectacle of traditional bamboo huts, aligned neatly below opposite Nehru Wangchuk Cultural Centre, showcase wide range of authentic Bhutan made art and craft product with reasonable prices. The products in its 80 stalls cover all aspect of traditional Bhutanese art and craft synergized for contemporary use and market needs. Visitor will find an interesting assortment of genuine Bhutanese handicrafts and textiles available for sale.

    Overnight at Hotel/Resorts at Thimphu.

  • Day 4


    DAY: 4 (Punakha- Hotel Lobesa/ Kingaling/ Similar Deluxe)

    • Dochula Pass: After Breakfast we will drive (45mis) from Thimphu to Dochula Pass (3050mts.) During a clear day you will get a chance to see Himalayan mountain ranges of Bhutan. Enjoy a spectacular view highest mountain of Bhutan at a site that stretches almost 180 degrees. The beauty of this place is further enhanced by the Druk Wangyal Chortens – a 108 stupas built by the eldest Queen, Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, after a short tea break continue drive to sub-tropical Punakha.
    •  After lunch visit Chimi Lakhang: Temple also known as the Temple of Fertility, 30mins. Walk from the road to the Lhakhang is through open farmland and rice paddies. It is believed that a demon who had been terrorizing the valley transformed herself into a black dog to escape the wrath of Drukpa Kuenlay, 
      the Divine Madman.
    •  Punakha Dzong: The Dzong is considered one of the most important and also one of the most beautiful Dzong in the Kingdom. It was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1637, and was the seat of the government every winter until Thimphu was established as the permanent capital in 1955. It is still the residence of the Dratshang (Central Monastic Body). Take a time to admire the impressive, colorful and detailed artistry of the surroundings, including huge statues of Buddha, Guru Rinpoche and Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, as well as paintings of one thousand Buddhas. 
    • Suspension Bridge: One of the longest suspension bridges in Bhutan, spanning 350M and perched high above the very swift river of Pho Chhu. Draped with prayer flags, the bridge connects the town of Punakha and the Punakha Dzong, it is mainly used by locals from the other side of the town as a shortcut to Punakha Dzong Overnight at Hotel/Resorts at Punakha.
  • Day 5


    DAY: 5 (Paro - Gawaling Resort / Centra Point / Similar Deluxe)

    • Paro Dzong: Take in the amazing architecture of this 17th century monument, a premier example of Bhutan’s architecture. Paro 0Dzong, built in 17th century to defend Paro from the Tibetan invasion, is also known as Rinpung Dzong, which means the ‘Fortress on a heap of Jewels’. This fine example of Bhutanese architecture now serves as a central monastic and administrative seat of the Paro district. From the Dzong, a leisurely walk back into Paro town crossed the scenic Nyamai Zampa, a unique model of Bhutan’s traditional cantilever bridge. 
    • Paro Airport Viewpoint: The Paro airport viewpoint has an amazingly beautiful view to offer to the people. Paro international airport of Bhutan ranks stands among the top 10 most beautiful and stunning airports in the world and Paro airport view point offers a breathtaking view of the same. Bedded amidst the mountains, Paro bird’s eye view point makes sure that it has the tourists awestruck by giving them a wonderfully beautiful view of the airport from the top. With a perfect view of Paro International Airport’s runway, you can find yourself some more time if you want to see a plane land and take off.Only 8 pilots are certified to fly the planes in this airport. 
    • National Museum: Housed in the Ta Dzong (Watch Tower) of the Rinpung Dzong. In the Museum the intriguing collection of artifacts serves as a great introduction to the rich culture and Heritage of the Kingdom. The National Museum boasts a rich variety of exhibits collected from all over the country and belonging to different eras, some as early as 2000 B.C.A visit through the galleries shows the country’s transition the later stone Age to a modern Mahayana Buddhist Kingdom. 
    • Kyichu Lhakhang: The 7th century monastery is one of the oldest and most sacred temples in the kingdom where the seed of Buddhism was won in Bhutan. The Tibetan King, Songsten Gampo ordered the establishment of monasteries in the Himalayan region to subdue evil spirits and to spread Buddhism. Of the 108, which were to be built, two major ones were built in Bhutan namely the kyichu Lhakhang and Jampa Lhakhang in Bumthang. Kyichu Lhakhang, which pins down the left foot of a treacherous Ogress, are a great finish to this day of cultural immersion and your journey to this ancient kingdom of Bhutan. 
    • Gho & Kira: (INR. 300 PP) Wear traditional dress gho and kira for photography at the base of Paro Dzong at the background. Overnight at Hotel/Resorts at Paro.
  • Day 6


    DAY: 6 (Phuentsholing - Alem Resort / Meto Pema/Similar- Deluxe)

    • Taktsang (Tiger’s nest monastery): Tiger’s Nest or Taktshang Goempa is one of Bhutan’s most revered monuments. It literally hangs off the face of a cliff 900 meters(2952feet) above the valley floor. The legend states that Guru Rinpoche flew in to Bhutan on a mythical tigress and meditated in a cave before bringing Buddhism to Bhutan. The Taktshang Goempa is built around the cave, which is opened to the public once a year at the end of August. Afternoon after lunch drive to Phuentsholing Overnight at Hotel/Resort at Phuentsholing.


  • Day 7


    DAY: 7 (Departure to Bagdogra/Hasimara/NJP/ to Catch onwards Train/Flight)

    We will bid a fond farewell to this beautiful Himalayan country. We hope you had a wonderful moment and have lots of beautiful pictures and memories taken from this land of thunder dragon to be cherished forever. We look forward to see you again in this beautiful land of endless enchantments.


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