Amazing 3N/4D Bhutan

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Bhutan is known for its stunning sceneries, and vibrant culture, and gives an ideal setting for a paramount family getaway. A Bhutan package guarantees a mix of adventure, cultural exploration, and unwinding in one of the world's most unique destinations. It's a chance for families to make lasting memories while drenching themselves in Bhutan's nature wonders.

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4 Days
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Paro: A warm welcome to Bhutan

Day 1: Arrival in Paro
Arrive at Paro International Airport, where you will be welcomed by our tour guide. Move to your hotel and check in. After some rest, visit Paro Dzong (Rinpung Dzong), a monastery neglecting the Paro Valley. Explore the National Museum of Bhutan, which is housed above the Paro Dzong Overnight stay in Paro.
*Travel Tip - Bhutan has a strict policy on plastic bags, so consider carrying a reusable bag.

Day 2: Paro – Thimphu

After breakfast, take a drive to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. In transit, stop at the Buddha Dordenma sculpture, an enormous statue of Shakyamuni Buddha, offering panoramic views of the Thimphu Valley. Visit Tashichho Dzong, the main secretariat building which houses the throne room of the King of Bhutan. Explore the Centenary Farmers' Market, a vibrant spot where local people sell fresh produce and handicrafts. Overnight stay in Thimphu.

Day 3: Thimphu – Punakha

After breakfast, visit the National Institute for Zorig Chusum, where conventional Bhutanese arts and crafts are taught. Explore the Folk Heritage Museum, giving bits of knowledge about the Bhutanese lifestyle. Drive to Dochula Pass, where you can appreciate panoramic views of the Himalayan mountain reach, and visit the Dochula Pass Monastery. Proceed to Punakha and visit Punakha Dzong, an amazing fortress at the conjunction of the Mo Chhu and Pho Chhu rivers. Visit Chimi Lhakhang, a fertility temple devoted to the "Divine Madman." Overnight visit in Punakha.

Day 4: Punakha – Paro

After breakfast, drive back to Paro. Climb to the Taktsang (Tiger's Nest) Monastery, perhaps one of the most notable landmarks in Bhutan. The climb offers staggering views of the monastery. Visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and sacred sanctuaries in Bhutan. At night, Explore Paro town and do some shopping. Overnight stay in Paro. Depart the next day.

What's Included and Excluded

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  • All breakfast, lunch and dinners
  • All necessary documents and paperwork
  • Government registered guide
  • Country visa fee
  • Personal expenses
  • Alcoholic beverages

The best time for a vacation to Bhutan is throughout the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) when the weather conditions are gentle, and the scenes are rich and vivid. Keep away from the monsoon season (June to August) due to heavy rainfall, which might affect travel plans.

Bhutan offers different family-friendly activities, including easy hikes, visits to cultural sites, and talks with local people. The National Institute for Zorig Chusum and the Century Farmer's Market are engaging for kids.

Indeed, a few places in Bhutan are at higher altitudes. It's essential to adjust step by step, remain hydrated, and be aware of altitude sickness symptoms. The proposed itinerary normally includes a slow climb to a higher altitude to assist with acclimatization.

Bhutan has a dress code, particularly while visiting religious places. Modest clothing is suggested, and wearing long sleeves and pants is standard. Walking shoes are essential for climbs, and layers are fitting because of changing temperatures.

Bhutan is frequently known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon” because of the powerful thunderstorms that occur.

  1. Tourists should get a visa to enter Bhutan.
  2. The Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN) is the official currency, yet the Indian Rupee is widely accepted.
  3. The official language is Dzongkha, yet English is generally spoken, in tourist areas.
  4. Bhutan is focused on keeping up with its status as a carbon-neutral country.