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The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).

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Bhutan Tour 5 Nights 6 Days

(2 Reviews)
  • 6 Days
  • Group : 1-15 People
  • Guided Tours
  • Difficulty : Easy

Bhutan is a pure region with natural factors. Bhutanese is kind, polite and accepting. Bhutan Tour will drive you to the breathtaking attractions of Bhutan. You’ll get a stunning view of Thimphu, Paro, Mongar, and many other locations on this trip. You will be aware of Buddhist and Hindu culture during this trip. Bhutan is a rare combination of monasteries, mountains, and Buddhism. Bhutan Tour can be many’s first choice when it comes to going away from the chaos and witnessing nature’s calmness. You will come across a very distinct cultural and classical blend that Bhutan has something to deliver to tourists of all kinds. You will also get the chance to know Bhutanese nature and history attentively in this Bhutan tour. You will get Bhutanese hospitality which is hygienic and tongue-smacking. You’ll get an opportunity to interact with Bhutanese people all the way thru this tour, which can be the most enjoyable part of the tour. This 5 nights and 6 day journey is famous for the discovery of Bhutan’s rural back road.

Highlights

A kind of culture experience in its own right

Visit to Thimpu city

Tour to heritage museum , traditional arts and gallery , National Library

Glimpse of Tibetan Ancient Buddhist Culture

Pleasant beauty of country and explore local lifestyle

Recommended Airport

Tribhuvan International Airport
Ring Rd, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal (Google Map)

Cost Includes & Excludes

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Airport transfers

Accommodation in Bhutan (5 nights) on twin sharing basis

English speaking Bhutanese licensed holder Tour Guide

Entrance fees to all sightseeing monuments/museum

All fixed meals (breakfast/lunch/dinner) provided during your stay in Bhutan

Government Royalty fees

Private transportation during the tour in Bhutan

 Bhutanese visa fee

Flight Tickets (Kathmandu to Paro to Kathmandu)

Tips

Any kind of drinks such as Mineral water, soft drink, hot drinks and Alcohol

Travel/medical insurance

Items of personal nature like phone call, laundry

Excess baggage charge

Any other expenses which are not mention in cost includes section

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Paro-Heading to Thimpu

Get on Druk Air in Paro. For any Bhutan visitor, the vision of the Himalayas while on board is breathtaking. Our Bhutan member will meet you at the airport and escort you to Thimpu, Bhutan’s capital city. We’ll walk along Thimpu’s streets and admire Bhutan’s breathtaking views and sculpture. We should sleep in a Thimpu hotel

Day 02: Exploring Thimpu City

Sightseeing around the Thimpu Valley is the first focus of our journey. We’re visiting Trashichhoedzong. It is a magnificent medieval-style castle and monastery. Most of the Government’s departments are located here. King’s throne room can also be seen here.

Our next site to visit is National Library. The library amasses countless books and manuscripts on Buddhist texts. Likewise, we visit the Traditional School of Arts and Crafts where the students are busy painting classical Thanka paints. Our next stop is The Textile & Heritage Center.

In the midday we should visit the Emporium of Handicrafts where hand crafted cloths are uniquely presented for sale. Another item to find whilst in Thimpu, is the Memorial Chorten. It is designed in the memory of Bhutan’s Third King who is called father of Modern Bhutan.

Day 03: Visiting Punakha

We travel on to Punakaha after breakfast. This is a nice ride. We drop by Dochula Pass on the road. The view from here is excellent. On the perfect day we get the sight of some peaks including Masagang (7,158 m), Tsendagang (6,960 m), Terigang (7,060 m), Jejegangphugang (7,158 m), Kangphugang (7,170 m), Zongphugang (7,060 m), a table mountain which dominates the isolated area of Lunana-finally Gangkar Puensum, the highest peak in Bhutan at 7,497 m. Here the chorten, maiwalls, flags of prayer and wheels of prayer drive you spiritually. Wangduephodrang is our next stop, visiting Dzong and strolling through the local market. It’s famous with products from bamboo. In Punakha we’re going to spend the night.

Day 04: Drive to Paro

Our next stop is Paro. On the road we see Dzong Simtokha. Simtokha Dzong is Bhutan’s largest Fortress. It was erected in 1627. We are going to spend the night in Paro.

Day 05: Paro Sightseeing

Paro, is the country’s visitor city. We explore the Monastery of Taktsang which means Tiger’s Nest in English. It is constructed around a cave in which Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava) meditated. He is the same person who attended Muktinath in Nepal and spent a long time meditating in here. In the eighth century the Monastery was founded. The monastery is a rugged perch. It is a pilgrimage site for the inhabitants of Bhutan and, at the same moment, it is a stunning tourist point of view. History has it that Guru Rimpoche flew back here from Tibet and meditated for three months on Tigeress.

We will tour to temple in Kinchu. It is one of 108 temples founded in the seventh century by the Tibetan King Shrongchong Gampo. It is said that the path of expanding Buddhism in this region of the Himalayas was obstructed by a demon and the King decided to create 108 temples on all of her body’s 108 points.

A further location of our tour is the National Museum. In the evening, we’ll wander around Paro lane. We are going to spend the night in a hotel.

Day 06: Departure

Our Bhutan Tour ends here today. Our agent from Bhutan will drop you off at the Paro Airport.

FAQ

When is the ideal time to embark on the 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour?

Both spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) are favorable due to moderate weather and the occurrence of vibrant local festivals. However, Bhutan’s beauty shines year-round.

Is a visa mandatory for the tour?

Apart from Indian, Bangladeshi, and Maldivian passport holders, all foreign tourists require a visa to enter Bhutan. Trusted travel agencies, like Mountain Hike Nepal, will guide you through the visa process.

What are the primary attractions covered during this extended tour?

In addition to popular spots like Paro Dzong and Tiger’s Nest Monastery, this extended tour often encompasses visits to Thimphu’s landmarks, Punakha’s majestic Dzong, the serene Phobjikha Valley, and several traditional villages.

What accommodation standards can I anticipate?

Tourists can typically expect comfortable accommodations ranging from 3 to 4-star hotels. For those desiring a touch of luxury, upgrades to 5-star resorts are possible upon request.

Could you describe the typical Bhutanese meals on the tour?

Authentic Bhutanese meals are a delightful blend of spicy chilies and cheese. Tour packages generally include breakfast, with a plethora of dining establishments offering both local dishes and international fare.

Is the tap water in Bhutan safe for consumption?

For safety reasons, tourists are advised to opt for bottled or boiled water. Most dining and lodging establishments provide purified drinking water.

How physically demanding is the hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery?

The round trip to Tiger’s Nest usually takes 4-6 hours and is of moderate difficulty. For those who find the uphill trek daunting, horses are available for hire. The panoramic views from the summit are undeniably rewarding.

Are there dress regulations for religious and cultural sites?

Modesty is key when visiting religious and cultural sites. Tourists should opt for long pants, collared shirts, and skirts or dresses that extend below the knee. Footwear and hats must be removed prior to entering sacred premises.

What precautions can be taken against altitude sickness?

The majority of destinations in this tour are at moderate elevations, with a low risk of altitude-related illnesses. However, drinking ample water, limiting alcohol intake, and a gradual ascent to high-altitude areas, such as Tiger’s Nest, are recommended.

Is tipping customary in Bhutan?

While not traditional, tipping has become more commonplace in the tourism sector. If service meets or exceeds expectations, tourists are encouraged to tip their guides, drivers, and hotel personnel.

The 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour provides a comprehensive exploration of the “Land of the Thunder Dragon,” ensuring travelers leave with lasting memories of this mystical Himalayan kingdom.

 
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Samuel and Elena R ,Australia

Solo Traveller

Our 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour was nothing short of magical. From the serene monasteries to the vibrant local markets and breathtaking mountain views, every day was an adventure. Mountain Hike Nepal planned everything meticulously, ensuring we had an authentic experience. The warmth of the Bhutanese people and the country’s untouched beauty will always remain in our hearts. Highly recommend!

May 8, 2019

Samuel and Elena R ,Australia

Solo Traveller

Our 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour was nothing short of magical. From the serene monasteries to the vibrant local markets and breathtaking mountain views, every day was an adventure. Mountain Hike Nepal planned everything meticulously, ensuring we had an authentic experience. The warmth of the Bhutanese people and the country’s untouched beauty will always remain in our hearts. Highly recommend!

May 8, 2019
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