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Bhutan is cute little country in the lap of Eastern Himalayas. It is landlocked between India and China.  It has forest covering three fourths of its land, absorbing more carbon than it produces. The former king of Bhutan had once said “Gross National Happiness is more important than Gross National Product”. The monks and monasteries. The rivers and paddy fields. The dzongs i.e. fortresses or palaces. They all await to welcome you, a place to oxygenate yourself.


Area of Bhutan is 38,394 square km and its population is 8.2 lacs. Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang Monastery built in 1692 is the most iconic monument of Bhutan. If you are little adventures you can trek to Tiger’s Nest which is approx 3 hours trek. Capital of Bhutan is Thimphu. Punakha has been its old capital till 1955. The palace on the confluence of Mo chu and Po chu rivers is another iconic buildings of Bhutan.


Climate :- Northern Bhutan remains covered with snow throughout the year .Central Bhutan has Europe like weather, where winter is extended till March. Places like Punakha have hot summers and pleasant winters. March to May would be most ideal season for Indian tourists to visit Bhutan. If you are visiting in winters you can come to Punakha.


Religion :- Most of the people are Buddhist. Buddhism came to Bhutan in 7th Century. Padmasambhava or Guru Rimpoche.


Flora and Fauna :- In 2012 snow tiger was spotted in Bhutan.


Transport :- Bhutan can be accessed by Air and by Road from India. The common entry points would be Paro International Airport and Phuentsholing if you are coming from Bagdogra or NJP. It is a good idea to take flight to Bagdogra than taking a direct flight to Paro. It could save a handsome sum on your travel cost.


Indian currency can be used in Bhutan except Rs. 2000 notes. Indians do not need a Visa for a visit to Bhutan. They need to carry a Passport valid for 6 months or Voters ID card to obtain entry permit to Bhutan. Permit is for 7 days valid of Thimphu and Paro only. For other places like Punakha permit has to be applied at Thimphu.



Tour Plan


Day 1

Transfer from Bagdogra Airport / NJP Railway Station to Phuentsholing. Overnight at Phuntsholing.

Day 2

Transfer from Phuentsholing to Thimphu. Take a stroll at main road and market area in the evening. Overnight at Thimphu.

Day 3

Thimphu local sightseeing covering BBS Tower, Saarc Building, Handicraft Emporium, Buddha Point, Folk Heritage Museum, National Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong. Overnight at Thimpu.

Day 4

Thimphu to Punakha. Dochu La pass. Punakha local sightseeing covering Chimi Lhakhang and Punakha Dzong. Overnight at Punakha.

Day 5

Punakha to Paro. Paro sightseeing covering Drugyel Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, View of Mt. Chomolhari, Kichu Lhakhang, Overnight at Paro

Day 6

Paro sightseeing continues. Visit to Tiger Nest. Overnight at Paro.

Day 7

Paro to Bagdogra / NJP via Phuentsholing
Trekking in Bhutan    
Trek Name Duration Season Difficulty Elevation
Sinchula 4 days 3 nights Mar to May, Sep to Nov Moderate 3600 Mts
Druk Path 6 days 5 nights Apr to June, Sep to Nov Moderate 3400 Meters
Dagala 6 nights 5 days Apr to May Sep to Nov Moderate 4520 Meters
Jomolhari 11 days 10 nights Apr to Jun Sep to Nov Strenuous 4820 Meters
 Laya Gasa 14 days 13 nights Apr to Jun Sep to Nov Strenuous 4600 Meters
Snowman 25 days 24 nights May to Jun Sep to Oct Strenuous 5100 Meters
    Additional Attractions   Gangtey(1N) One of the most beautiful valleys in Bhutan. Places to explore Monestry, Black Necked crane information center. There are numerous walks on trails near Gangtey.   Bumthang(2N) It has 4 valleys which are wide and scenic. Jakar Dzong is center of attraction. The vally is most fertile with fields like rice, apples, potatoes, buckwheat and dairy. If you add Chelela pass it will add one more night stay at Paro.   Adventure If you are little adventures you can hire a bicycle in Thimphu and visit Buddha point.</> You can also opt for White water rafting at Mo Chu river Punakha. Drive to the starting of the rafting point is 45 minutes from Punakha.  
  Bhutan being the himalayan region all the roads are hilly and winding. People with motion sickness need to take medicine prior to road travel. The monuments involve walking and climbing so people who have difficulty in walking should take necessary precautions
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