6 Days Visit to Bhutan




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6 Days Visit to Bhutan. Discover some of the most sacred Buddhist monasteries and temples in the Himalaya.The itinerary highlight the visit to beautiful Gangtey Valley, visit Wangdi Dzong. Bhutan has always fascinated the world being the secluded and Hidden Kingdom in the Himalayas. Visiting Bhutan is everybodys dream and here we make your dream come true. Enjoy this 6 Days Bhutan vacation.

6 Days Bhutan Trip Facts

  • Tour Duration: 5 Nights and 6 Days Tour
  • Tour Guide: Licensed Tour Guide
  • Tour Cost for 6 Days Visit to Bhutan: US$ 2100 Per Person
  • Meals: All meals included as per the Itinerary
  • Transportation: Private

6 Days Bhutan Trip Highlight

  • Explore the best of Western Bhutan.
  • Enjoy the view of the Himalayan Mountains from Dochula Pass.
  • Hike the beautiful Gangtey Village.
  • Take the selfie at Bhutan’s most iconic Tiger Nest Temple.

6 Days Visit to Bhutan Tour Outline

  • Day 01: Arrival at Paro Airport (2300m)
  • Day 02: Thimphu Tour (2200m)
  • Day 03: Thimphu to Punakha City Tour (1242m)
  • Day 04: Punakha to Gangtye Village Excursion (2800m)
  • Day 05: Gangtey to Paro city tour
  • Day 06: Airport Drop


All Meals (5 lunch, 5 Breakfast & 5 Dinner). All Entrance fees as per the itinerary. Government approved Guide. Airport Pick and Drop. Transportation within the country. All service charges. Hotstone bath in farm house stay. Visa Fees. SDF of US$ 200 Per Person Per Night
Insurance premiums. Payments for service provided on a personal basis. International flight tickets. Cost for any services not mentioned in the "Cost Include head". Cost incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc. Personal expense in items such as laundry, soft drinks, Camera Charges, Bottle water, incidentals, Portage, Bellboy charges tips or any other services. Tips for Guide and Driver

Tour Plan

Arrival Paro in Bhutan Airlines only private airlines owned by locals to operate in Bhutan. Paro is more beautiful and it is visually stunning and historically fascinating. This historical Paro valley is home to many of the Bhutan’s most oldest monastery. Dinner and Over Night at Hotel.

Tour the capital of Thimphu. Visit the monuments. Visit Folk Heritage Museum also known as Phelchy Toenkhyim dedicated to connecting people to the Bhutanese rural past through exhibits, demonstrations, educational programs, and documentation of rural life.

Afternoon visit the weekend market which provides an opportunity to mingle with local people and taste the organic fruits from all over Bhutan. Evening visit Trashiichhodzong. Over night at Hotel.

Explore Dochula Pass, Chhimi Lhakhang on the way toward Punakha. Punakha is warmer and its valley is covered with paddy fields. Punakha is also the winter capital of the monastic body and use to be the old capital of Bhutan till 1961.

Visit the popular Gangtey monastery, walk this ancient village and experience the beauty of Gangtey valley. The valley is home to Black-necked crane one of the endangered bird species in the world. Gangtey Goenpa monastery dates back to the 17th century. The construction was prophesied by Terton Pema Lingpa. Dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Gangtey to Paro is 4 hours drive. Today we start early and upon reaching paro visit duntse lhakhang, Taa Dzong only museam in Bhutan followed by Paro Rinpung Dzong. Paro is the most touristic places to visit in Bhutan and Country’s only international airport. Over night at Hotel

Embark on a scenic hike to the renowned Tiger’s Nest Temple. Following breakfast, a short drive brings us to Satsam Chorten. The trail winds through a picturesque pine forest, adorned with Spanish moss-draped trees and occasional clusters of fluttering prayer flags. We pause for a break and light refreshments at the Taktsang Jakhang cafeteria, then continue until the awe-inspiring Taktsang Monastery comes into view. This remarkable monastery, founded in 1684 by Paro’s Penlop Gyaltse Tenzin Rabgay, clings to the edge of a sheer 900-meter-high cliff. According to legend, Guru Padmasambhava, who introduced Buddhism to Bhutan in 747 AD, flew here on the back of a flying tiger named Dorji Drolo, his cherished consort.

After lunch, visit Ta Dzong (built in1656 and renovated in 1968), an ancient watchtower, which now houses the National Museum. Below the museum is the Rimpung Dzong (literally meaning “Heap of Jewels”), the center of civil and religious authority in this valley, built-in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Over night in Hotel.

Your 6 Days Visit to Bhutan ends here with our Guide and Driver seeing you off to the Airport.

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