Bhutan Home Stay Tours

7 Days

Thinking of Booking a 7-Day Bhutan Tour and Experience Home Stay? Discover the best of Bhutan in a 7-day tour in the land of Drukyul. Check our best Bhutan Packages, Experience local tradition and culture, Shoot archery and enjoy the local wine. Visit the local Tshering Farm House in Paro for an authentic Bhutanese experience.

7 Days Bhutan Tour and Home Stay

7-Day Bhutan Tour Itinerary and Home Stay. Are you ready for an unforgettable journey to the mystical kingdom of Bhutan? Embark on a 7-day tour that will immerse you in the breathtaking beauty, rich culture, and spiritual traditions of this enchanting land. From ancient monasteries perched on mountain cliffs to vibrant festivals that celebrate Bhutanese heritage, this itinerary offers a captivating experience for every traveller. Join us as we unveil the highlights of this extraordinary adventure.

Why book the 7-day tour with us?

Trip Highlights

  • Visit the stunning Tiger Nest Monastery
  • Visit the Architectural Dzongs and Monastery
  • Experience the Home Stay and Hot Stone Bath
  • Visit the Fertility temple at Punakha
  • Visit Simply Bhutan Museum

Itinerary

Your Bhutanese odyssey begins as you arrive at Paro International Airport, nestled amidst towering peaks. Take in the fresh mountain air as you step onto Bhutanese soil, and let the serene surroundings embrace your senses. Our friendly guide will greet you with warm smiles and assist you with the immigration formalities.

Visit unique living museum the project aiming to conserve our culture and tradition. Built entirely reusing antique timbers, window frames, door frames, and other items from old traditional houses. Try out the Bhutanese national dress (Gho and kira) and also enjoy the traditional cultural dance of Bhutan. OverNight at Hotel.

Wake up to a delightful breakfast before setting off on a scenic drive to Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital city. As you traverse the winding mountain roads, soak in the panoramic views of lush valleys, cascading waterfalls, and snow-capped peaks that surround you.

Exploring Thimphu: Where Tradition Meets Modernity
Thimphu seamlessly blends the old and the new, showcasing Bhutan’s commitment to preserving its cultural heritage. Visit to the Buddha Dordenma, an imposing statue of Buddha that stands tall on a hilltop.

Visit to the Folk Heritage Museum, which serves as a living testament to Bhutan’s rural past. Here, you can gain insights into traditional Bhutanese life through exhibits of household artifacts, tools, and agricultural implements. The museum offers demonstrations of traditional arts and crafts, providing a deeper appreciation for Bhutanese craftsmanship.

No visit to Thimphu would be complete without a stop at the National Memorial Chorten, a revered religious monument that honors the late Third King of Bhutan. As you visit this sacred space, you’ll witness the locals engaging in prayer and circumambulation, allowing you to feel the spiritual energy that permeates the area.

Prepare for a scenic drive to Punakha, the ancient capital of Bhutan, renowned for its picturesque landscapes and historic landmarks. As you journey through the breathtaking Dochula Pass, adorned with fluttering prayer flags and offering panoramic views of the Himalayan range, you’ll understand why Bhutan is often called the “Land of the Thunder Dragon.”

Exploring Punakha: A Journey Through Time
Upon reaching Punakha, embark on a mesmerizing hike to Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the Temple of the Divine Madman. This sacred site holds great significance for Bhutanese couples seeking blessings for fertility and protection from evil spirits. Furthermore, marvel at the phallus symbols adorning the temple and learn about the fascinating folklore associated with its founding.

Next, transition to discovering the grandeur of Punakha Dzong, an architectural masterpiece situated at the confluence of two rivers. This fortress-monastery stands as a testament to Bhutanese craftsmanship, boasting intricate woodwork, golden paintings, and tranquil courtyards. Additionally, immerse yourself in the serene ambience of this sacred site and take a moment to reflect upon the teachings of Buddhism.

As the day unfolds, transition to taking a leisurely stroll across the iconic Punakha Suspension Bridge, which is adorned with colourful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze. Experience the thrill as you cross the swaying bridge while enjoying stunning vistas of the surrounding valleys and rivers with every step you take.

Embark on a captivating journey to Phobjikha, a pristine valley nestled within the Wangdue Phodrang district. This breathtaking destination is renowned for its rich biodiversity and as the winter home of the endangered black-necked cranes.

Immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Phobjikha as you embark on a gentle hike through the Gangtey Nature Trail. Firstly, traverse the rolling hills, lush forests, and quaint villages, all while enjoying panoramic views of the valley. Furthermore, keep an eye out for the graceful black-necked cranes, which hold great significance as a revered symbol of peace and good fortune in Bhutanese culture.

Visit Gangtey Goemba, an impressive monastery perched on a ridge overlooking the valley. Here, marvel at the intricate woodwork, ancient murals, and the sense of serenity that envelops this spiritual sanctuary. Additionally, take a moment to offer your prayers and bask in the spiritual energy that resonates throughout the monastery.

After settling into your comfortable accommodations, it’s time to explore Paro. To begin your journey, start with a visit to the iconic Rinpung Dzong, an architectural masterpiece that dates back to the 17th century.

Visit National Museum of Bhutan, housed in a former watchtower overlooking the valley. Moreover, the museum provides a captivating glimpse into the country’s history and cultural evolution.

Take a leisurely stroll through Paro’s charming streets, which are lined with traditional Bhutanese houses and handicraft shops. While on your stroll, discover exquisite hand-woven textiles, intricately carved wooden masks, and other unique treasures that have made Bhutan’s craftsmanship renowned worldwide. Additionally, indulge in authentic Bhutanese cuisine at a local restaurant and savor the flavors of this extraordinary land. Finally, enjoy dinner and spend the night in Paro.

After early breakfast we will directly drive to Satsam Chorten, to hike the Tiger’s Nest. While hiking you will experience the beautiful pine forest of Paro, the trees festooned with Spanish moss, and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags along the way.

This incredible structure clutches to the edge of a sheer rock cliff that dives down 900 meters into the valley below.

After the hike, we will take you to the farmhouse for a hot stone bath. Here you will experience the local lifestyle of Bhutanese people, enjoy the locally prepared meals, and opportunity to interact with the host. Dinner and overnight at Tshering Farmhouse.

As your 7-day adventure in the enchanting land of Bhutan comes to an end. Depart with cherished memories, newfound wisdom, and a deep appreciation for the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of Bhutan.

In conclusion, a 7-day tour of Bhutan unveils a world of wonders that will leave you spellbound. From the ancient monasteries and sacred temples to the breathtaking landscapes and warm hospitality of its people, Bhutan offers a truly transformative experience. Embark on this extraordinary journey and discover the magic that awaits in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.

Inclusion / Exclusion

Inclusion

  • All Meals (6 lunch, 6 Breakfast & 6 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 of US$ 40
  • SDF of $ 100 per person per night

Exclusion

  • 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

FAQs

What are the hotels included in the Tour?

Hootel Phuntsho Pelri (Read more)
Hotel Meri Phuensum (Read more)
DewachenResort (Read more)
Rema Resort (Read more)

What are the tour cancellation policies?

 

  • 90% refund for the tour cancelled before 45 days of arrival date, payment transfer charges will be charged.
  • 60% refund for the tour cancelled between 30 to 45 days of arrival date.
  • No refund for the tour cancelled less than 30 days after the arrival date and for the change of itinerary.
  • However, you can choose to travel with us within 6 months under the same payment.
  • If cancelled due to our border closure due to Covid 100% refundable but transfer charges will be applicable.

What are the refund policies?

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 15 business days.
  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveler’s account.

What are the tour booking confirmation policies?

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking.
  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.

What to carry during the tour?

  • 4 tank tops or t-shirts.
  • 1-2 long sleeve shirts.
  • 3 summer dresses.
  • 2 pairs of shorts.
  • 1 maxi skirt.
  • 1 pair of flowy pants or boyfriend jeans.
  • 1 linen onesie.
  • 2 evening outfits.
  • Sun Glass and Sunscreen for a sunny days.
  • Small carry bag to carry essential things like water, charger or a quick snacks.

How long is 7 day Bhutan Tour?

The 7-day Bhutan Hoem Stay tour typically spans one week, including your arrival and departure days. It allows you to explore some of the major highlights of Bhutan within a limited timeframe.

What are some popular attraction included in 7 day Bhutan Tour?

Some popular attractions included in a 7-day Bhutan tour are Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, Punakha Dzong, Thimphu city tour, Dochula Pass, Wangdue Phodrang, and exploring the scenic beauty of the Paro and Thimphu valleys.

Do i need visa for 7 day bhutan Tour?

Yes, you will need a visa to enter Bhutan. However, Bhutanese visas are only issued to tourists through licensed tour operators. It is recommended to book your tour with a licensed Bhutanese tour operator who will assist you in obtaining the necessary visa.

What is the best time to visit Bhutan for a 7 day Bhutan Tour?

The best time to visit Bhutan for a 7-day tour is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer pleasant weather, clear skies, and vibrant landscapes. However, Bhutan can be visited throughout the year, and each season has its own charm.

What kind of accommodation can i expect during the 7 day Bhutan Tour?

Accommodation during the 7-day Bhutan tour is typically arranged in comfortable hotels and Home stays approved by the Government. Bhutan offers a range of accommodation options, from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts. We shall make arrangements based on your preferences and budget.

What is the mode of transport during 7 day Bhutan Tour?

Transportation during the 7-day Bhutan tour is usually by private vehicles, such as a car or van, depending on the size of your group. We will provide a dedicated driver who will accompany you throughout the trip.

Can i customize the itinerary for 7 day Bhutan Tour?

Yes, we offer customizable itineraries for Bhutan tours. You can work with us to tailor the itinerary to suit your preferences and interests. Whether you want to focus on cultural sites, natural landscapes, or a combination of both, customization options are available.

What should i pack for 7 days Bhutan Trip?

Some essential items to pack for a 7-day Bhutan tour include comfortable walking shoes, layered clothing for varying temperatures, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellent, a daypack, a reusable water bottle, and any personal medication you may require. It’s also a good idea to carry a small first aid kit.

Are there any health safety precaution to consider for 7 day Bhutan Tour?

It’s advisable to consult with your healthcare provider or a travel clinic before your trip to Bhutan to ensure you are up to date on routine vaccinations. Additionally, it’s important to follow general travel safety guidelines, such as staying hydrated, practicing good hygiene, and being cautious with food and water consumption. Bhutan is generally considered a safe destination for travelers.

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Bhutan Home Stay Tours
From $1,090
/ Adult

Trip Info

  • Paro
  • Paro
  • 3-star Hotel approved by DOT
  • Liscenced Guide
  • All Year
  • 3000 M