Overview

Duration :
7 Days
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Transportation:
Trip ends in:
Kathmandu
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Country:
Bhutan
Trip starts from:
Kathmandu
Diffficulty:
Leisurely Plus
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Trip introduction

Bhutan tour is truly a heavenly tour for ageless culture and is considered as a standout among the most elite tourist destination on the planet. Thus, numerous commends Bhutan as the most joyful nation on the planet. Witness the exceptionally old Buddhist religious traditions, monasteries; traverse by some hill precipices and hike the rice paddies as you take a venture down the precarious slopes. Especially, exceptionally idea attracts inquisitive explorers, in spite of the high day by day duties forced on guests.

Remember your life and find the key to the wellspring of happiness as you navigate through this charming country of assorted common and social legacies. Experience Bhutan’s one-of-a-kind culture very close with farmhouse visits and town outings. Visit numerous social attractions including medieval fortifications (locally referred to as Dzongs), markets, and exhibition halls. Travelers get an unhinging moment to marvel at the detailed wall paintings, compositions, and carvings in Dzongs and other several sanctuaries. Lastly, climb up to the renowned Taktsang Monastery, roosted on a hill cliff located 900m over the valley floor.

Hence, contact Nepal Mountain Trekkers now to be a part of our Bhutan Tour. And take a reprieve from the daily stress of everyday life and work with our incredible tour services.

Special Note:

If this itinerary doesn’t suit your requirement or if you want to customize it, please feel free to contact us. This trek could be customized as per your required time-frame and budget limits.

Overview

  • Day 1
    Arrival at Kathmandu
  • Day 2
    Sightseeing and Tour Preparation
  • Day 3
    Fly Kathmandu to Paro and Drive to Thimpu
  • Day 4
    Thimphu to Punakha
  • Day 5
    Punakha to Paro
  • Day 6
    Paro Sightseeing
  • Day 7
    Departure

Day 1 : Arrival at Kathmandu:

Day 2 : Sightseeing and Tour Preparation:

Day 3 : Fly Kathmandu to Paro and Drive to Thimpu:

Day 4 : Thimphu to Punakha:

Day 5 : Punakha to Paro:

Day 6 : Paro Sightseeing:

Day 7 : Departure:

Price Includes

• Private transportation.
• All necessary travel permits
• English speaking local guide.
• Accommodation on a single/twin room basis.
• Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per the itinerary
• Meal plan: Full Board Basis

Price Excludes

• Insurance of any kind.
• Additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstance
• Personal expenses such as drink, guide tips &, etc.

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What our customers say about us

The mystical of the Nepalese Dipawali and the hidden wonderland Bhutan

I met Ramesh Dhakal 4 years ago when I was looking for a hotel. His clean travel agency “Nepal Mountain Trekkers” and his businesslike behavior left a very good impression on me. He also recommended the Hotel Horizon, which stands right behind his office. We sometimes had tea together and I told him about my previous trekks in Nepal in 1978.
I decided then, despite the high price to make a Bhutan tour, as a gift for my pension. As the Dipawali party approached, the appointment was very close, but Ramesh did everything to make the impossible come true. In Paro I was picked up by a driver at the airport. He was driver as well as guide and took me to all the sights. These were many Buddhist temples, monasteries and of course the well-known Paro-Taktsang monastery (Tiger’s nest) on a rock. The beautiful houses and the gentle landscapes had a special appeal. The guide was very friendly and spoke good English. The hotels were very good and the flight along the many mountains an experience. Back in Kathmandu I was driven back to the Hotel Horizon.
In November, the big, colorful Hindu festival Dipawali (Festival of Lights) took place. I celebrated this first at the hotel with the staff and Ramesh. The entrances were decorated with a colorful circle of powder and a string of lights made of oil lamps and candles showed the way into the house. Later, I celebrated at home with Ramesh and his family. His sisters painted a multicolored Tika on our foreheads and decorated us with garlands. After that we exchanged small presents. That was something very special and remains unforgettable. It was almost like Christmas with all the happy people on the streets.
I highly recommend Ramesh Dhakal with “Nepal Mountain Trekkers” and his people. They are all well trained and very friendly. Also the hotel Horizon was good

Jose Bertoldsky

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