Bhutan is a country led by its unique philosophy of happiness, and is beautifully nestled deep in the Himalayas. Its uneven terrain forms some of the most beautiful landscapes you'll ever come across. Experience with that its culture, staying in the eastern part of Bhutan, and you have got yourself an unforgettable vacation.
September - November
March - June
|Days||10 Nights / 11 Days|
|From||Kolkata To Kolkata|
24 Mar 2024 to 03 Apr 2024
05 Apr 2024 to 15 Apr 2024
03 May 2024 to 13 May 2024
15 May 2024 to 25 May 2024
29 May 2024 to 08 Jun 2024
12 Jun 2024 to 22 Jun 2024
* Ex Kolkata : Kolkata (1N) | Punakha (2N) | Bumthang (2N) | Phobjikha (1N) | Thimphu (1N) | Ha Valley (1N) | Paro (2N)
* Ex Bhutan : Thimphu (2N) | Punakha (2N) | Bumthang (2N) | Phobjikha (1N) | Ha Valley (1N) | Paro (2N)
Step 1 - Advance of INR 45000 + 5% GST + 5% TCS together with a copy of your passport/voter id card and Pan Card, at the time of booking.
As you arrive at Paro Airport, the flattest land in the country, we will head towards the Capital city, Thimphu. En route, we will stop at Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge. Evening will be at leisure. Overnight stay in Thimphu
After a leisurely breakfast, we’ll visit the Simply Bhutan Museum, next we’ll head towards Punakha. En route, we’ll pass by the Dochula Pass (3150 m) a beautiful mountain pass, which is a concentration of 108 memorial stupas. Evening at leisure in Punakha. Overnight stay in Punakha.
Wake up to clear skies, and hills clad with clouds. Today we’ll visit Punakha Dzong . The Dzong stands on the bank of the confluence of the Phochu and Mochu rivers, making it the most beautiful destination in Bhutan. Next to visit is the Punakha Suspension Bridge, the second-longest bridge in Bhutan. We will then hike to Chimi Lhakhang, the temple of fertility. In the evening, we'll enjoy a display of the Bhutanese national sport, archery. Dinner and overnight stay in Punakha.
Today we’ll drive to Bumthang Valley, the spiritual heartland known as the Switzerland of Bhutan. We’ll drive through the beautiful alpine mountain passes and valleys of eastern Bhutan. There will be a number of stops for photography. We will spend the evening enjoying the beautiful views of the valley.
Today we’ll visit one of the best-kept secrets of Bhutan, the Tang Valley. We’ll head to Ogyen Choling, a 120-year-old heritage property, and have lunch served by the local host with her hands in the alfresco. After Lunch, visit the 400 years old Ogyen Choling Museum. Retrace the way and stop at Mebartsho (Burning Lake) located over the feeder road under Bumthang
Valley. Stop by the Red Panda Cafe to buy locally made products such as jams, honey cheese, and handicrafts.
Early morning we’ll depart for Phobjikha Valley. On your way, we will see monks walking down the valley, wait and wave at them as you pass by. After lunch, we will hike the village road to reach the bottom of the valley. Visit the Black-Necked Crane Information Centre to learn more about these endangered birds that flock from Tibet to Bhutan every winter. Overnight stay in Phobjikha.
Today we’ll head to the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu. En route, we’ll visit the Gangtey Dzong, which traces the history of the early 17th century. Next, we’ll take the road and head toward Thimphu. In the evening visit the largest sitting Buddha in the world, the Dordenma Buddha statue, perched on the hilltop giving the best views of Thimphu. Overnight stay in Thimphu.
Today we’ll drive to the beautifulHa Valley. En route, we will stop by Chelela Pass (3988m), the highest motor-able road pass connecting the Paro and Ha district. We will head to explore the beautiful Ha Valley nestled in the south- western part of Bhutan. Overnight stay in Ha Valley.
Today we will visit the only Indian Army cantonment in Bhutan, serving as a base for the Doklam post. In the afternoon, we will head towards Paro. Arrive in Paro at the time of lunch. We'll visit the 17th-century Paro Dzong , ranked one of the best Bhutanese architectural structures. In the evening, walk around to explore the authentic handicraft shops and small restaurants around. Overnight in Paro.
Paro is home to the world-famous Taktsang Monastery (Tiger Nest Temple). Bhutan’s most iconic landmark. As you start your hike you’ll see the colorful prayer flags fluttering freely leading you all the way to the monastery. People who cannot make it due to the steep descent will explore the base camp and head to Ta Dzong National Museum, converted from a watchtower, perched above Paro Dzong. End your day with relaxing Hot stone therapy. Overnight stay in Paro
Depart for Kolkata by flight and arrive in time for lunch. In the evening, head to the airport to depart for home with lovely memories of the trip.
Documents required for e-Permit:
-Valid Passport or Voter ID- the expiry date of the passport should be more than 6 months from the intended date of departure from Bhutan
-Recent scanned passport-size photographs - 2
-Travel insurance covering the whole trip