6 night 7 Days Bhutan tour

6 night 7 Days bhutan tour

Trip Highlights

  • Destination:Bhutan
  • Total Duration:7 Days
  • Trip Grade:Easy, Moderate
  • Start Point:Kathmandu
  • End Point:Kathmandu
  • Transportation:Car/Van/Bus/Air

Trip Highlights

  • Hike to Tiger’s Nest in Paro
  •  Visit Farm House
  •  Visit Monastery and some Museums
  •  Stroll around the city shopping

Tour Overview

Taking a 6 night 7 Days Bhutan tour of this holy nation to get the best out of Bhutan. This personalized tour will cover Bhutan’s biggest destinations, such as Paro, Punakha, Wangduephodrang, Thimphu and Phuentsholing. In just seven days, you’ll be able to visit the enchanting tourist spots through this Bhutan tour. 

BHUTAN, known to the natives as Druk Yul, is considered to be the last paradise on earth. It has been made so by its isolation, spectacular mountains, varied flora and fauna, ancient Buddhist monasteries, vibrant culture and mystical aura.

The topography of the Kingdom, albeit small in size, is one of dramatic contrasts. The land rises from the near-tropical southern border with India at an altitude of 300 m to culminate in the more than 7000 m of Himalayan peaks in the north forming a natural border with the northern neighbor of Bhutan’s Tibetan region, China.

Visit the famous pilgrimage site-the Taktsang Monastery and the Ta Dzong National Museum. In addition, you’ll visit Drukgyel Dzong and Kyichu Lhakhang’s remains.

6 night 7 Days Bhutan Tour through Nepal

The custom tour will also take you to the Aberula Punakha crossing with the 3,080 m elevation and the Wangduephodrang pass. Travel around Thimphu, famous not only for its museum. But also for its streets and shops that represent the Bhutan tradition.

During your private tour to Bhutan, Bhutan’s National Library, The Textile and Folk Heritage Museum will keep you busy. A visit to the Emporium of Memorial Chorten and Handicrafts will help you observe and admire Bhutan’s traditional crafts & arts.

Visit Kharbandi Goemba, a popular monastery with remarkable statues of Guru Rinpoche, Sakyamuni and Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal before you’re all set for an exciting drive through Simtokha Dzong to Phuentsholing.

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Detail Itinerary

When you reach Bhutan’s international airport from Kathmandu, Bhutan's first gift will be the calm, clean fresh air. You will be greeted in a traditional manner by our counterpart representative and travel to the Hotel Olathang. Afternoon visit the Ta-Dzong which was built as a watch tower below to defend Paro Dzong during the 17th century. This Dzong was later converted into the National Museum in 1967 and is filled with ancient Thangka paintings, textiles, weapons, and love. Afterwards you stroll around the main street of Paro.

Paro Valley ranks among the widest and greenest valleys in Bhutan. There are many tourist attractions in Paro, Bhutan, in reality this is the site of the country's international airport, which is a sight in itself. This core of Bhutan is surrounded by the fertile rice fields and the serene Paro River running down the valley. Visiting it on foot is one of the best towns in Bhutan too. Paro along with Jakar and Punakha forms the golden triangle on the map of Bhutan. This quaint town is famous for its significant landmarks. It takes about 2/3 hours to walk through villages and pine forests which are all the way uphill. The monastery is 800 meters from the Paro Valley and clings to a giant granite wall. Afternoon continues through the beautiful Valley to the watchtower, or locally known as Ta-Dzong. In the 1960s it was deposited in the National Museum by the third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Seven-story museum exhibits various aspects of Bhutanese culture and history dating back to the 7th century. A short downhill walk to the Rinpung Dzong which serves as the administrative center and monk school. Cross the traditional bridge further downhill towards Paro Town. Walk around the market, and then return to the hotel.

Driving to Thimphu will take 2 hours, and will be a pleasant one mainly due to the well maintained road throughout Bhutan. Upon arrival check in Hotel, PM sightseeing-Visit the Chorten Memorial built in memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, 15th century Changangkha monastery, Motithang mini zoo to see Bhutan's rare national animal "Takin" and drive further down with good views of the Thimphu Valley Visit Drubhob nunnery's new temple and get free time on the market.

Visit Painting Academy, National Library, Royal Goldsmith Workshop, and Handicraft Centres. You will see the eastern Himalayan ranges during fine weather including the highest mountain in Bhutan, Mt. Gangkar Punsum, which is 7520 meters above sea level. The pass drive descends all the way down to the lower and warmer valleys of Lobesa. The Wangdue Phodrang Dzong and the market area are viewed from outside.

The only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan is situated here on a day excursion to the Gangtey Gompa Valley at 2800 m above sea level. This stunning valley is also home to the rare Black Necked Cranes which migrate from the Tibetan plateau to escape the harsh winter. There are currently between 200 and 300 cranes residing in this valley and every measure is being taken by the Royal Society for Nature Protection to ensure crane safety. While the cranes reside 4/5 months in the winter valley, the villagers are not allowed to make loud noises or fish in the river running through the valley. Explore the breathtaking glacier valley and return.

Drive 45 minutes to Punakha, and visit the Punakha Dzong which served as the old capital of Bhutan. This impressive fortress built between two rivers, has undergone several glacial floods and a burn. Every year during the month of February a procession known as the Punakha Serda is held in commemoration of the victory over the Tibetans. Travel to Thimphu for lunch for 3 hours, and continue through the Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest building, for 2 hours to Paro. It now operates as a Buddhist College.

The final day, after having breakfast, you will have to depart from Paro to your destination area, i.e. you will be flying back to Kathmandu airport. The hotel staff will drop you to Paro airport by private car / bus / Hiace. Bhutan's full journey and treks with other friends will drag you back next time. This country is pretty different on Earth.

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