Bhutan Tour for Family – 7 Nights & 8 Days

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Bhutan, also known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon,” is located between India and Tibet. Bhutan is shielded from the rest of the world by the massive Himalayan ranges. Bhutan is endowed with incredible natural treasures and flora and fauna species, in addition to Buddhist monasteries. It is one of the most sought-after destinations in the world and ideal for tourists looking to explore India’s neighbouring countries.

Please keep in mind that this 7-night/8-day Bhutan Tour for Families is only an example of what is possible. We tailor holidays to your specific requirements. Please contact us if you require any changes so that we can tailor a vacation to your specific requirements for an unforgettable international tour.

Day 1 : Arrive Paro by Druk Air

When you arrive at Paro airport through Druk Air, our tour team will meet you and assist you in a seamless transport to your accommodation in Thimpu, Bhutan's capital. Stay the night in Thimpu in a hotel.

Day 2 : Thimphu

Begin your journey with a full-day sightseeing tour of Thimpu valley, which includes the National Library (famous for its extensive collection of Buddhist texts and manuscripts), the Painting School (famous for its tango paintings), the Traditional Medicine Institute, the Textile and Folk Heritage Museum, the Memorial Chorten, Trashichhodzong, and the Handicrafts Emporium. Stay the night in Thimpu in a hotel.

Day 3 : Thimphu - Trongsa ( 200 Km, 6 Hours )

After an early morning breakfast, drive to Dochula Pass. Stop along the road at Gangkar Puensum, Bhutan's highest mountain at 7,497 metres. Continue driving towards Wangduephodrang later. After lunch in Wangduephodrang, continue on to Tongsa through Pelela pass. On the route, stop at Chendbji Chorten, which was built in the 18th century by a lama named Shida. Check into the lodge for an overnight stay upon arriving in Trongsa.

Day 4 : Trongsa - Bumthang ( 68 Km, 3 Hours )

Excursion to Trongsa Dzong, erected by Shabdrung in 1647, after breakfast. And the Ta Dzong (watchtower) honouring King Gesar of Ling. After that, drive for around 3 hours to Bumthang. After 29 kilometers, you'll arrive at the Yutong La pass. Check into the lodge upon arrival at Bumthang. After lunch, go to Kurje Lhakhang, where the saint Padmasambhava defeated a local devil and left his body mark on a rock, Jambey Lhakhang, Tamshing Monastery, Jakar Dzong, and Swiss Farm House.

Day 5 : Bumthang - Punakha ( 205 Km, 6 Hours )

Explore the lovely valley of Bumthang after breakfast in the morning. After that, head to Trongsa for lunch at a local eatery. After that, drive to Punakha. Visit the Wangduephodrang Dzong and the surrounding town on the way. When you get in Punakha, check into a hotel for the night.

Day 6 : Punakha - Paro ( 125 Km, 4.1/2 Hours )

Visit Punakha Dzong in the morning, a vast edifice built at the confluence of two rivers. After lunch, proceed to Paro. On the route, stop by a typical Bhutanese Farm House for a glimpse into the local way of life. When you arrive in Paro, check into your hotel for the night.

Day 7 : Paro

Begin with a full-day sightseeing tour in Paro Valley, which includes a visit to Ta Dzong, the Paro Dzong's watchtower. After lunch, go to Drukgyel Dzong, which was built in 1647 to celebrate Bhutan's victory against the Tibetans. On the route, stop by Kyichu Lhakhang, one of Bhutan's oldest and most revered sanctuaries. Stay the night in Paro at a hotel.

Day 8 : Paro Depart

After breakfast, you will be taken to the airport to join your journey to your next destination.

7 Nights - 8 Days


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Which month suits Bhutan the best?
The months of March and April are among the most popular for travel because of the nice weather and the abundance of natural beauty in the valleys, especially as the flowers begin to bloom.
For Bhutan, how many days are sufficient?
In order to fully experience Bhutan's natural beauty and preserved culture, you need stay there for a week to ten days at the very least. You may thoroughly explore the best of Bhutan's natural beauties and cultural highlights with this seven-day cultural and outdoor journey.
For Bhutan, do Indians require a passport?
Indian citizens planning trips to Bhutan must have one of the following two legal "Travel Documents": (a) a valid Indian passport with a minimum 6-month remaining validity; or (b) a voter identity card issued by the Indian Election Commission. Bhutan does not require a visa to enter.
When time of year is least expensive to visit Bhutan?
Bhutan's off-season, which is between the wet months of June and August, might be thought of as a more economical period to visit the nation.
How many hours are there between Bhutan and India?
Via Air: Direct flights from Delhi to Bhutan take around 2 hours and 20 minutes. Bhutan's primary airline, Druk Air, offers a daily direct flight to Paro, and Bhutan Airlines also offers one occasionally.
The coldest month in Bhutan is which?
According to the most recent climatology, 1991-2020, there is a large seasonal variation in temperatures, with the summer months of June through August average temperatures of 24°C to 29°C and the winter months of December through February being close to 0°C.
How can I get to Bhutan the best manner possible?
Bhutan can be reached most easily by air. Bhutan's only international airport, known as Paro International Airport, is located in Paro. About 7 kilometres separate it from the city. Connecting flights are available from a number of locations, including Mumbai and Guwahati.
When period is Bhutan's off-season?
Bhutan has an off-season in January, February, and March as well as for a few months in the fall, therefore about half the year can be categorised as off-season.
When time of year does it snow in Bhutan?
Expect snow from mid-January to early February. The roads to central and eastern Bhutan may become impassable due to extreme weather and heavy snowfall.
What are Bhutan's 5 most intriguing facts?
Isolated from the rest of the world until the 1970s; THE ONLY Carbon Negative Nation in the World.
There are no traffic lights in Bhutan.
Happiness triumphs over GDP, the King abdicated the throne in favour of democracy, and so on.
Only 8 pilots are authorised to fly to Paro Airport as part of Bhutan's "NO To Plastic" campaign.


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