• A tour to experience local culture.
  • Snaps of typical Tibetan Buddhist culture.
  • Observing natural beauty of the country.
  • Sightsee of various monasteries.
  • Visit to heritage museum and school of arts and crafts.

About 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour

It is a tour of 03 Nights and 04 Days. The tour will take you to Paro and Thimpu, capital city of Bhutan. The himalayan flight impresses you well. Visit to Taktsang Monastery leaves no stone unturned to satisfy your journey. A brief visit to Heritage Museum and school of arts and crafts is like a cherry on top for your tour.

Bhutan is also known as city of thunder. Bhutan is placed at eighth position as World’s happiest country. Bhutan is a country following Buddhist culture. The distinct lifestyle, sculptures and culture fascinates you.  The scenic beauty of this place attracts thousands of travellers every year.

The colorful houses and monuments are very interesting. Dzongs, which was built in 17th century, is a world class masterpiece as it was built without using a single nail. The colors of walls, pillars and beams look pretty and attractive.


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Day 1: Arrival to Paro/Drive to Thimpu

You arrive at Paro through Druk Air. The pure and natural view of mountains during your flight fascinates you. The representative will pick you up from the airport and drives you to Thimpu, capital city of Bhutan. We roam around the city of Thimpu to experience its lifestyle and food. Overnight in Thimpu

     Today begins your actual tour. Today we will travel to many places such as, Memorial Chorten, Zilukha, Nunnery, Takin Sanctuary, Textile Museum, Heritage Museum, school of Arts and Crafts which even includes Tashicho Dzong. If given some time we even go to visit Zangdopelri temple. We will spend night in Thimpu.

       One and half hour of drive from Thimpu leads you to Paro. It is a tourist capital of Bhutan. We get to visit Taktsang Monastery. The monastery is built near the cave where Guru Rimpoche meditated. Taktsang Monastery was constructed in eighth century. After visiting the monastery we go to Kinchu temple. The temple was built by Tibetan emperor Shrangchong Gampo in seventh century. It is believed that demons created a scene while spreading Buddhism. In order to destroy the demon, he built 108 temples on her body. Another important site to visit is National Museum. You happen to enjoy the streets of Paro in the evening. We will spend a night in a hotel in Paro.

         Your Bhutan tour concludes here. You will be dropped at airport by our representative for your onward destination. See you!!

          What to Expect

          • Private transport and required travel permits.
          • English speaking expert guide.
          • Hotel rooms on twin sharing basis.
          • Entrance fee of primary temples and monastery.
          • Breakfast.
          • All kind of insurance.
          • Cost suffered due to natural calamity and undeniable situation.