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Best Bhutan Tour Packages

The Buddhist country of Bhutan is in the eastern Himalayas and is known for its sanctuaries, forts, and dramatic terrains that range from soaring peaks to subtropical canyons. Visit Bhutan with our best Bhutan Packages. Over 200 000 tourists visit Bhutan each year, drawn by the country's vibrant culture, festivals, and mystifying peaks. With our Bhutan tour packages, add Bhutan to your list of ecotourism and leisure travel destinations.

Bhutan is best visited between March and May with our Bhutan holiday packages. When the rhododendrons bloom in spring, pilgrims and tourists can enjoy exploring under the clear skies for celebrations like Punakha Tshechu. Most of your plan would involve traveling by car or foot along Lateral Road, which connects Phuentsholing to Bhutan's main east-west route. Bhutan travel requires four to five days. With all the necessary things during these trips, Bhutan travel packages have everything you need.

Start by touring Thimphu, the country's capital, where attractions like the Royal Botanical Garden, Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, Buddha Dordenma, and Simtokha Dzong are located. These famous places are included in our Bhutan trip packages from us. Explore Jungshi Paper Factory next to discover how paper is traditionally made best Bhutan tour packages.

About Bhutan Tour Packages

Bhutan has mesmerizing beauty and beautiful places to travel to. With affordable Bhutan tour packages, you can visit this place. We also have a Bhutan tour package for couple to strengthen their relationship with affordable Bhutan trip cost for couple.

 Travel to Punakha via the breathtaking Dochula Pass, where chortens have been built in memory of the 108 Bhutanese military personnel who died during a mission in 2003. When you arrive in Punakha, check out the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Punakha Dzong, Fertility Temple, Punakha Valley, 700-year-old Punakha Suspension Bridge, and Buddhist monasteries that date back to 1499 which are included in the Bhutan tour package cost. You can also explore the Punakha Suspension Bridge.

The only international airport in Bhutan is located in Paro, a charming valley town west of Thimphu, home to ten villages. The Taktsang monastery, or Tiger's Nest, is perched on cliffs above the densely forested Paro Valley. The best tourist attractions in this area include Kyichu Lhakhang, Drukgyel Dzong, Bhutan National Museum, and Zuri Dzong. Bumthang, Phobjikha, Jakar, Talo, Trongsa, and Wangdue Phodrang are additional locations that can be explored with Bhutan tour packages.

Bhutan is a famous destination for outdoor entertainment and intense sports among wildlife enthusiasts.You can experience them in Bhutan tour packages customized for our clients.  Jomolhari, Bhutan's best trekking trail, is at an astounding elevation of 7,326 meters; Chele Pass and Bumthang Owl Trek are second and third, respectively, in terms of popularity. Floating on the Mochu and Pochu Rivers is well-known, and families enjoy wildlife safaris in Jigme Dorji and Royal Manas National Parks.

Bhutan's top shopping areas include Adang Village, Paro Craft Market, and Norzin Lam Street, which sell cane and bamboo arts and crafts, Dappa, Dzi beads, and Buddhist sculptures with the Bhutan tour packages. It's also a must to indulge in the national dish of Bhutan, red rice, momos, noodles, and beef with carrots.

FAQs For Bhutan Trip

Q.1. Is Bhutan expensive?

Bhutan focuses on sustainable tourism, so travel there is relatively expensive. 

Q.2. What is the best month to visit Bhutan?

Bhutan is best seen in the springtime, from March to May, when the canyons are busy with blossoming flowers. 

Q.3. What currency is used in Bhutan?

Indian Rupee is used in Bhutan as a medium of exchange.

Q.4. What languages are spoken in Bhutan?

The national language of Bhutan, Dzongkha, is taught in addition to English as the medium of instruction. Over 500,000 people in Bhutan speak the Sino-Tibetan language of Dzongkha, which is the nation's only official and national tongue.

Q.5. Do I need a visa to visit Bhutan?

Residents of India do not need a visa to visit Bhutan. They will nevertheless receive an entry permit. 

Q.6. How many days will I need to see Bhutan?

It generally requires four and five days for a complete Bhutan tour.

Q.7. Best Places To Visit In Bhutan?

The most common places to visit in Bhutan are Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Punakha Dzong, Fertility Temple, Punakha Valley, the 700-year-old Punakha Suspension Bridge, and Buddhist monasteries.

Q.8. Is Bhutan Expensive To Visit?

Yes, Bhutan is relatively expensive for Indians to visit, but you can manage through the trip.

Q.9. Do Bhutanese Speak English?

Although it doesn't have official status, English is used in management, education, media, businesses, and other areas by the highly educated majority of Bhutanese people despite having yet to have official status.