Bhutan Vista - 6 Days

Trip Overview

Our Bhutan Vista - 6 Days tour takes you to the mystic land of thunder dragon and lets you experience the nature and culture of Bhutan. This Luxurious short trip offers the chance of visiting the last kingdom of Himalayas, as well as enjoying the spectacular cultural experience and its full landscape and Buddhist culture. You will visit the national museum and get enlightened with the unique culture, history and origin of Bhutan and Bhutanese people.

As you walk along the streets of this picturesque nation, you will be witnessing these subtle differences in the different region and their confluence of unique cultures and traditions. Exploring the ancient temples, dzongs, monasteries and stupas and it's cultural beauty offers the additional joy in the journey. The unique architecture in the many century-old monastery buildings and art in Thankas is simply extraordinary. In addition, the Himalayan terrain is a treasure that makes the country so majestic and sacred. The valleys, hamlets, rivers, hills and mountains make the whole journey so pleasant and spectacular. The major attractions of this tour are sightseeing tour to ancient monasteries, Nunnery temple, School of Art and Crafts, and many more. Walk along the magnificent trails to admire the splendor of mountains that is beyond words. The beautiful countryside with hostile people will add to your journey with joy and amusement.

Trip Highlights

  • Sightseeing in Thimphu
  • Trashichho dzong
  • Taktsang Monastery (The Tiger’s Nest)
  • Handicrafts Emporium
  • Punakha Dzong
  • Drugyel Dzong victory fortress

Additional Information

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Day 01: Arrival at Paro (Druck Airlines) before moving to Thimphu
Day 02: Places of interest in Thimphu and its surroundings
Day 03: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha for a day and return to Thimphu
Day 04: Leave Thimphu and follow the road to Paro
Day 05: Visit the Taktsang Temple (Tiger's Nest)
Day 06: Transfer to the international airport for your final departure

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Day 01: Arrival at Paro (Druck Airlines) before moving to Thimphu
You can fly to Paro from Bangkok, New Delhi, Kathmandu, and Dhaka. We recommend that you fly out of Bangkok, as Druk Air offers from Bangkok - Paro - daily flights to Bangkok, while Drucker Air flights from other departments do not run every day.
Flights to Bhutan have beautiful views of some of the highest peaks in the world. Paro is 2280 meters above sea level and is ideal for growing rice, apples, wheat, potatoes and vegetables.
Our Bhutanese guide will greet you at Paros airport with its traditional silk scarves. Once finished, we will make an excursion of one hour to the rice fields, villages, and roads of the capital city of Thimpu, Side of the mountain village. Where the Thimpu River meets the Paro River, there are three common stupas in the Himalayas.
These monuments are built to avoid what is believed to be the evil spirits plagued by where the river meets the Spurs. These monuments are also used as tracking markers. Most of these monuments are built by monks, or by the nonprofessional contains sacred Buddhist artifacts.
After a short break at your hotel in Thimpu, we begin a relaxing exploration / trek through the Thimpu market area. We will also spend time at the local archery field to see the nation's recreational archery competition. Timbu has a population of around 98,000. The city has only three stores and is the only capital in the world without traffic lights. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Lunch and dinner)
Day 02: Places of interest in Thimphu and its surroundings
In the morning, we first exchange currency at the Bhutan National Bank and travel to the post office to see and buy sophisticated Bhutanese collector stamps. Then we will visit the National Monument built in 1974 to commemorate the third king. In addition, there are national libraries that preserve ancient manuscripts and taking reserves that protect Bhutan's national animals. After lunch, visit the Textile Museum and the School of Arts and Crafts. Visit the censer and the paper house is the most popular. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 03: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha for a day and return to Thimphu
We leave Thimphu for about 3 hours by car and steep climbs of pines and cedars and hanging from the lichens near the Dochula Pass (3050m). This pass offers panoramic views of the Himalayas on a sunny day. You will see rhododendrons, magnolias, junipers and pine forests, and many barking birds are found in Bhutan. We drove to Los Barsa and walked a short walk to the Chimi Lhakhang temple. I believe that this temple blesses women who seek fertility. The expulsion north of the majestic Punakha Dzong, built in 1637, strategically occupies the land between two rivers, the Phochu and the Mochu. After our day of sightseeing, we returned to Thimphu. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 04: Leave Thimphu and follow the road to Paro
On the way to Paro early in the morning, we stop to visit the Ta Zong at the National Museum, visit Kenting Paro and walk the sixteenth century cantilever bridge. Also, visit Drugyel Dzong Victory Fort, built in 1647 and 18 km from Paro. Explore the magnificent walls that defend the first castles of this country and resist several invasions. On a sunny day, you can also see the sacred mountain of Jomolhari from the battlements in the north. We visited the farm to observe the traditional lifestyle and life in Bhutan. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 05: Visit to the Taktsang Temple (Tiger's Nest)
Tiger Trail through beautiful pine and rhododendron forests will be lofty way of trek. Stop by for a snack at the restaurant that offers spectacular views of the Tiger Nest. Then we continue walking until you see the Taktsang monastery. Built in the seventeenth century, this incredible monastery clings to the edge of a steep rocky cliff that drops 900 meters deep into the valley. Historically, Padmasambhava's teacher, who led Buddhism to the mystique of Bhutan, approached the return of a flying tiger for three months. We will spend the night at the hotel.
(Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Day 06: Transfer to the international airport for your final departure
After breakfast, our airport representative will take you to Paros International Airport and depart from Bhutan.
(Breakfast included)

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Cost Includes:

  • 5 Nights/6 Days Full Board Tour to Bhutan with full of Meals, B.L.D. tea coffee and snacks
  • Gov. Approved Accommodation ( 3 Star Deluxe Hotels in Paro & Thimpu and Best available en route)
  • Bhutan Visa Fee and Bhutan Travel Permit
  • English Speaking Tour Guide in Bhutan Tour, his entire expenses, insurance
  • All the cost of sightseeing fees and monument entrance fees on the tour
  • All required Gov and Local Taxes
  • Departure transfer

Cost not Includes:

  • Cost of flight in/ out Bhutan ( You could fly to Bhutan from Bangkok, Kathmandu & Delhi)
  • Expenses of personal nature, cost of coca cola, Alcoholic drinks, Laundry, phone calls etc
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips

All prices are in US dollars and do not include international airfare, unless otherwise noted.
Every Day Departure
We can depart our trip every day(Nepal Packages). You Can Schedule your own departure date and contact us. We will make your Itinerary as your convenient.
Bhutan Travel Guide
About Bhutan
Bhutan is a unique country of culture and environment. In addition to the impressive natural scenery, the lasting image of the country of most tourists is a strong cultural and traditional feeling that unites this culture and tradition to the kingdoms. Few people have heard of Bhutan, and for most people, it is a hidden mystical realm. It is classified as one of the most exotic destinations in the world today.
History and geography
From the eighth century AD, the period of Bhutan, rural life, domestic animals, agriculture, and Buddhism for the first time came to mark the later architecture of the Buddhist temple. The Buddhists, like the Padmasambhava teacher, and the scholars of India and Tibet, mark medieval Bhutan. The emergence of the ruling class and the development of art and architecture also appeared during this period.
Shadrung Ngawang Namgyal, the leader of Drucker, came to Bhutan in the 17th century. He introduced the dual system of government, for the first time to maintain a certain degree of stability, which is unprecedented. This does not last long. After the death of Wangangnan, the successors became victims of conspiracy and confrontation. This instability persisted until the beginning of the 20th century.
Bhutan is a landlocked country, located between the mountains of the Eastern Himalayas, between the autonomous regions of Tibet, China in the north and India in the south. It is between 88 ° 45'E and 92 ° 10'E and the latitude 26 ° 40'N to 28 ° 15'N. With an area of 46,500 square kilometers and a population of 650,000, 75% of the population is growing and raising livestock.
The country can be divided into three main geographical areas: the foothills and plains of the south, the hot and humid climate, the moderate rainfall in the central mountain valley, the northern mountains almost all year round are snow-capped mountains.
People and language
The population of Bhutan is divided into three main ethnic groups: Sharchops, who lives in the eastern part of the country and is believed to be the first inhabitant of Bhutan. They originated in the Mongols in India and are closely related to people in northeastern India and northern Burma. The Nangongs are descendants of Tibetan immigrants who immigrated to Bhutan in the ninth century and settled in the west of the country. The third group, Lhotsampas, is a Nepalese ethnic group that settled at the foot of southern Bhutan in the mid-nineteenth century. There are other ethnic minorities in Bhutan, such as Rafdap, Block, Daya, Rafi, Tapa, and Lepa.
Traditional costumes
The men wear a knee-length dress called Gho, similar to a kilt. The women wore "Kira" tunics wrapped around their bodies from neck to ankle. Women usually wear heavy silver and gold necklaces with coral, turquoise and other gems. The rings and earrings decorated with pearls and turquoises are popular.
The national language of Bhutan is the Tzungkan language that is widely used in the western region. Sharchop is spoken in the eastern part of the country, where Southerners speak Nepalese.
Climate and Weather
The climate of Bhutan varies from the tropical temperatures in the south and the average temperatures to the coldest in the north. Like many of your adventures in the Himalayas, the weather will be quite unpredictable.
The spring of Bhutan is just a spectacular moment compared to the artist's color palette. The autumn from the end of September to November is usually very smooth and clear. The sky is generally the sharpest, with stunning views of the Himalayas. Traditionally, spring and autumn are the most popular times to visit Bhutan.
In summer, daylight temperatures generally rise in the mid-eighties. The temperature in Punakha and the Central Valley is lower than in the West, often in some degrees.
Ngultrum is a Bhutanese currency. This is equivalent to the widely accepted Indian rupee in Bhutan. At the Paros airport, the National Bank of Bhutan and the Bank of Bhutan you can buy Ngultrum. An ATM accepts Visa and MasterCard in major cities. You can find the location of the ATM by clicking on the Bhutan Bank ATM.Currently; most hotel and craft shops accept credit card payments.
Enter Bhutan
Air Transport
Druk Airline is the flag carrier of the Bhutanese Government. All international departures and arrivals are operated from the only international airport in Paros (2,235 meters). As Bhutan is a mountainous country, the time of the flight is affected by the weather the flight may be canceled. We recommend that you maintain a space of 24 hours before participating in any international contact.
Amazing Nepal can help you to organize your flight to Bhutan. For your reservation, you must provide your full name (as indicated in your passport) and other details. As airlines do not issue printed tickets, electronic tickets will be sent to you by email in advance, once your reservation is confirmed.
The border town of Phuentsoling, Samdrup Jogkhar and Gelephu is the only point of entry/exit for visitors. These border cities are very far from the capital, Thimpu.
The Approach of Tourism
Tourism in Bhutan is based on the principle of sustainability, which means that tourism must be respectful of the environment, social corporate, recognized sociocultural and economically viable. Therefore, the number of tourists in Bhutan remains at an environmentally manageable level through tourist policy imposed by the government.
The ignition cycle is 220V Plus. Follow this power rating and carry the camera charger or travel accessory.
Due to the wide range of temperatures and weather conditions, we recommend that you bring suitable clothing. In the months of October, November, December, January, and February, morning and afternoon are cold. You will have to wear warm clothes (without thick coats). In February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September, the days are warmer. June, July, and August will be low tide, some rain is necessary.
Seasonal clothing, sunglasses / spare glasses or contact lenses, casual shoes, wash kits, shaving kits, towels, hats, umbrellas, cameras, movies and accessories, maps, mosquito repellent, hand cream, and safety pin, flashlight or flash with battery backup, mirror, sunscreen, lip balm or soluble aspirin, anti-corrosion cream, to avoid sunburn.
Bhutan offers generally modest but clean hotels. A couple of high-end resorts have been opened in some districts.   Amazing Nepal agents put you up in the best available hotels that are classified and approved by the Royal Government. Visitors are advised not to expect luxury or five-star hotel services. Bhutan’s local hospitality is, however, an insight into a society where tourism may be a new venture, but where visitors are greeted with true warmth and friendship.
We arrange comfortable passenger coaster buses for groups of seven visitors or more. You will also be traveling comfortably throughout the country in six-seater Japanese hi-ace buses. Smaller groups of one to two passengers will discover the country in luxury SUVs.
Facts about Bhutan
  • The word "Bhutan" translates as "Thunder Land" because it often has intense storms involved in the Himalayas.
  • At 24,840 feet, Gangkhar Puensum is the highest point in Bhutan and the highest mountain in the world that rises.
  • Bhutan's rules of etiquette provide you with food. The tradition is to say "meshu mesh", cover your mouth with your hands. However, you can give up after two or three offers.
  • Anyone who kills the sacred black-necked crane of a culture in danger can be sentenced to a fixed term prison sentence.
  • Bhutan is one of the last countries in the world to introduce television to its people. A few years ago, the government lifted the ban on television and the Internet.
  • Bhutan is the first country in the world to have its own constitutional obligation to protect the environment. What it requires: at least 60% of countries must always maintain forest cover.
  • One-third of the population of Bhutan is under 14 years old, the average age is 22.3 years.
  • Thimpu is one of the only two capital cities in Asia that does not have a single traffic light. (Pyongyang, North Korea) sent a single signal from local officials and was quickly dismantled
  • Bhutan is the only country in the world that prohibits the sale of tobacco.
  • Wind and Waterproof Jacket & Pants
  • Comfortable and sturdy walking shoes (worn frequently prior to departure)
  • Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination - ensure boots fit such combination
  • Running shoes or sandals for evening
  • Wool jumper/sweater/fleece. Lightweight during summer, 1 heavyweight or 2 lightweights during winter months.
  • T-Shirts 2 or 3
  • Shirt - Long Sleeved
  • Pants - lightweight long trousers (jeans are unsuitable)
  • Reading or writing material
  • The first-aid kit; should contain lip salve, Aspirin, Band Aids, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea
  • Re-hydration powder, extra prescription drugs you may be taking if any particular
  • Wet wipes for cleaning can be purchased in Kathmandu.
  • Health requirements arranged
  • Money: cash/credit card
  • Down Sleeping bag and jacket
  • Lightweight Towel
  • Thermals upper and lower
  • Extra warm clothing during winter (December to March) layered clothing - thermals.
  • Daypack (25-30 liter) to carry your personal needs during the day
  • Bag Liners to waterproof your bags
  • Torch/flashlight - headlamp style is ideal
  • Insect repellent, sunscreen, and lip balm
  • Refillable water bottle - Min 1 Liter Aluminum or Nalgene polypropylene is best
  • Warm Hat
  • Sunhat/bandana
  • Sunglasses
  • Gloves - wool or fleeced and gore tex
  • Scarf
  • Sewing Kit

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