6 Days Bhutan Tour Package

6 Days Bhutan Tour Package

05 Nights/06 Days

Places Covered :  
  • Paro
  • Thimphu
  • Phobjikha
Includes :
  • Sightseeing
  • Hotel / Homestay / Tent
  • Car


  • Visit Takin reserve center
  • Visit Tashichhodzong
  • Visit the National Textile Museum 
  • Visit Black-Necked Crane Center

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After arriving at Paro International Airport, you will be greeted and welcomed by our agent’s representative and will escort you to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Paro to Thimphu is approximately 1-hour journey by road. The journey to Thimphu offers the picturesque views of the surrounding landscape and some of the historical monuments. One such monument being TamchogGonpa. It is a temple that is dedicated to the 13th-century saint ThangthongGyalpo, iron bridge builder. This temple is located across the river from Paro to Thimphu. In order to get to the temple, one must cross an iron chain bridge, one of the few remaining of the many that ThangthongGyalpo built. As you reach to Thimphu, our representative will escort you to your hotel, check-in, and refresh.

Now, we will set out for first sightseeing at National Memorial Chorten which was built in the memory of Third King of Bhutan and it’s dedicated to World Peace. Buddha Dordenma which is a gigantic Buddha statue in the mountains of Bhutan.

After the happening day, spend the rest of the time at leisure. Go out and stroll on the streets with the option to shop at Norzin Lam Craft Stalls, It's the single best place in Thimphu to shop for crafts, with stalls selling traditional crafts from embroidered boots to handmade paper. As the day ends, come back to the hotel and sleep of the night

Kick start the day with a delicious breakfast and get ready for a second day tour of Thimphu. You will visit the Takin reserve center, a large fenced enclosure in Motithang. Takin is the national animal of Bhutan (Budorcastaxicolor) which is believed to be made up of an ox, the antelope, a sheep, and a goat. It is rare and endemic to the eastern Himalayas. Visit Tashichhodzong. It is a fortress in the northern edge of Thimphu city. It has been the seat of the government since 1952 and presently houses the throne room and offices of the king, the secretariat and the ministries of finance.  Visit Simply Bhutan where the guests will be briefed about Bhutan, its rich culture and tradition. If guests get time then they can visit the Centenary Vegetables Market which is two stored building fully equipped with colorful and fresh scented verities of vegetables. Meanwhile, the Driver will process all the permit formalities to travel to Punakha the following day. You require a separate route permit because Punakha is considered a sacred place and used to be the capital city of Bhutan until 1955.

Our agent’s representative will then take you to ChangangkhaLhakhang, it is a fortress-like temple and monastic school. Visit the National Textile Museum and the Folk Heritage Museum and other places you want to visit.

Come back to the hotel and have a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

The Phobjikha valley is popular for its scenic splendor and cultural uniqueness. The valley is rich in faunal biodiversity and has globally threatened black-necked cranes. Visit Black-Necked Crane Center on the same day. On the way, we will visit Dochula mountain pass at 3100m with 108 memorial stupas that were built in honor of 108 Bhutanese soldiers who died in 2003 military operation. Other Sightseeing on the way includes WangdiPhodrangDzong and GangteyGoenpa.

Check-in to the hotel and take a blissful rest.

Wake up to a relishing breakfast and prepare yourself to travel to Punakha. The distance between Phobjikha and Punakha is approximately 70 km. On the way, we will visit Dochula mountain pass at 3100m with 108 memorial stupas that were built in honor of 108 Bhutanese soldiers who died in 2003 military operation.

Upon reaching Punakha, the guest can check-in to the hotel, freshen up and set out for the first sightseeing at PunakhaDzong (fortress). Then visit ChhimiLakhang/Monastery which is also called as the Fertility Temple. ThisMonastery is renowned throughout Bhutan as a fertility inducing magnet, pledging that who all wish to conceive will find guidance at the temple. Visit Mo chu (river) whereby you can enjoy the amazing white water rafting on self-expense. The last sightseeing point in Punakha is suspension Bridge which is the longest suspension bridge in Bhutan.

After covering all the sightseeing, guest spends the rest of the time at leisure, strolling around the town, shopping and enjoy the night view of Punakha. Return to the room and sleep happily.

Wake up to the hearty breakfast and get ready to travel back to Paro, another beautiful valley with lots of stories to tell. On the way, you can stop at bird’s eye viewpoint and by the riverside of Pa-Chhu. Visit the oldest temple in Bhutan called KichuLakhang. It was built in the 7th Century by Tibetan King.

As you reach Paro, check-in to the hotel and refresh before setting out for National Museum of Bhutan, Ta Dzong, it used to be watch tower built to defend RinpungDzong during inter-valley wars of 17th century. Then visit RinpungDzong, built-in 1646 by ZhbadrungNgawangNamgyal, the spiritual ruler of Bhutan. It houses the monastic body of Paro. Then see JangtsaDumtsegLhakhang, it’s a 15th-century Buddhist temple and, Airport View Point.

Spend the rest of the time at leisure and return to your hotel and rest well for the adventurous trek ahead.

After the breakfast, pack your luggage, and prepare to check out from the hotel. Our representative will escort you to the Paro International Airport from where you can board your flight back home. Your trip to Bhutan may have ended but the lovely memories you made will stay in your heart forever.


  • Accommodation is on twin sharing basis
  • Meals : breakfast at all places
  • Transfers from one place to another
  • Sightseeing in private cars
  • Vehicle will be provided based on the itinerary
  • All current taxes such as hotel taxes and transportation taxes


  • Entrance fees at the monuments/ temples
  • Meals not mentioned in inclusions
  • Personal Expenses / Purchase of things
  • Any kind of insurance
  • Any increase in the govt. taxes and state taxes
  • Anything not mentioned in the itinerary.
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