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Trip Duration 5 Days
Destination Bhutan
Trip Grade Easy
Accomodation Hotels and resorts
Price US $ 4500
Trip Style Tour
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Trip Highlights

  • All the guests obtain personal VIP facilities and conveniences
  • Itineraries are intended to maximize festival involvement
  • Matched as per personal interests
  • Ensures the experience of the seamless voyage
  • Extra-ordinary vehicle flotilla
  • Excellent and contemporary guidance about the places
  • Visit various dzongs, temples, monasteries, art galleries, reserves, and so on

Bhutan Luxury Tour specializes in the famous phrase, nothing but the best when it comes to luxurious and memorial touring experience. This tour takes your experience to the next level letting you overview every facet of this unbelievable country. Bhutan Luxury Tour delivers Kathmandu sightseeing chance too. This implies that travelers will be visiting through not only the handsome points in Bhutan but also the remarkable spots in Kathmandu. Such spots can be historically, artificially, naturally, culturally, or ethnically imperative.

During the trip, the major attractions remain mountains, rivers, valleys, monasteries, dzongs, art galleries, museums, valleys, wildlife reserve, and the wide-ranging landscapes and ancient/cultural jewels all around this beautiful landlocked country. Meeting with the monks in the monasteries and getting to know about the temple-dotted spots also overwhelm your heart throughout and later the trip. In Bhutan, you will be welcoming the Bhutan perspective of life and in Nepal, the Nepalese perspective of life. These experiments remain the lifetime opportunity of these two South Asian countries’ exploration.

As we all got to know previously, Bhutan Luxury Tour from Nepal encompasses exploration within the diverse places in Bhutan and Nepal. Some are mentioned as follows. In Nepal (especially Kathmandu): Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swoyambhunath Stupa, and Basantapur/Kathmandu Durbar Square. Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Square can also be the part if time runs in your favor. In Bhutan: Anim Dratshang (Nunnery), Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Dordenma Statue), Folk Heritage Museum, Takin Reserve & Mini Zoo, Royal Textile Academy & Museum, Tashichho Dzong, Handicrafts Market in Thimpu, Tamchog Lhakhang, Rinpung Dzong, Ta Dzong, and Dochu La.

Things to do During Bhutan Luxury Tour

  • Enjoy local dishes prepared with local spices and chilies
  • Enjoy the monasteries, dzongs and other varied views
  • Enjoy picturesque spots like a river, mountains, iron chain bridges, etc.
  • Toast your stay in Nepal and Bhutan with local liquors like rice liquors (chhyang, asa, etc.), local Red Panda Bear, and many more
  • Stroll into the country’s mellow capital (Kathmandu and Thimpu) and quaint town (Paro)
  • Cultural, historic and religious blends

Tips for Bhutan Luxury Tour

  • Respect local culture and tradition
  • Carry necessary documents (like passport-sized photos, passport – both original and copy, and permit copy)
  • Carry cash (Nepalese Rupees, US Dollar, Indian Rupees and Bhutanese Ngultrum)
  • Learn a few phrases in Dzongkha
  • Take note of peak and non-peak periods of the trip
  • Bhutan travel is mostly preferred in the travel seasons: fall and spring. Other seasons: summer and winter bring a lot of hotness along with monsoon, and rains and snow (snow can restrict Mountain passes aid winter).
  • Schedule your trip arrival during a festive time
  • Carry woolens and shrugs with you
  • Have your own group members (2 to 12) to avoid any tantrums during the trip
  • Do not disrespect the Royal family
  • If you want to carry some tokens of love, buy the handicrafts but not antiques (it is because Bhutan monitors and prohibits exports of any antiques. If found exporting, you will get punished)
  • Do not sell and buy tobacco products
  • Try the experience on Dha (archery)

Permits and VISA Information for Bhutan Luxury Tour

Permits and VIISA exceedingly need for exploring around Bhutan and Nepal. For overall information about this information, check on to Nepal Visa Information and Bhutan VISA Information, clicking right here.

Quick Contact for Booking Bhutan Luxury Tour

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Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition (NTA) provides the exclusive offer to explore the major cities of Bhutan, Paro, and Thimpu. Along with the more hotels and resorts opening up in Bhutan, this luxury Bhutan tour (Bhutan Luxury Tour) operates in the collaboration with the best of the best hotels resorts in Bhutan. Nepal high class and excellent accommodating spots are also pointed out and relatively preferred. This, Bhutan Luxury Tour from Nepal furnishes all the fragments of the tourists i.e. adventurers, wildlife admirers, honeymooners, photographers, family time spenders, spiritual lovers and immigrant birds’ lovers. So, unite with NTA and enjoy this amazing Bhutan luxury tour package from Nepal.

Outline Day to Day Itinerary:

  • Day 01:Arrive at Kathmandu
  • Day 02:Arrive at Paro and travel to Thimpu
  • Day 03:Explore Thimpu / Thimpu Sightseeing
  • Day 04:Thimpu to Dochu La / Tiger Nest
  • Day 05:Thimpu to Paro / Half-day Paro Sightseeing and return Kathmandu

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01:Arrive at Kathmandu Today you will arrive at Kathmandu. You will roam around the splendid spots in Kathmandu city. Those places remain Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swoyambhunath Stupa, and Basantapur/Kathmandu Durbar Square. Other places like Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square can also be added in the list. All these points will be roamed around if and only if there remains sufficient time for standing around. Stay overnight and have dinner at a luxury hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Day 02:Arrive at Paro and travel to Thimpu Arrive at Paro International Airport. After landing at Paro, continue to the movement counter (immigration counter). Complete Immigration customs and you will be met with your driver/direct at the outside of the airplane terminal. Then you will be transferred to Thimpu. Thimpu is around 65 kilometers away from Paro, it will take around 2 hours to reach there.

    Thimpu: Thimphu is the capital and the biggest city of the Kingdom of Bhutan. Thimphu is the political and financial center of Bhutan. The city is situated on the bank of River Wang Chuu. Thimphu contains the greater part of the significant political structures in Bhutan, including the National Assembly of the recently framed parliamentary majority rules system and the living arrangement of the King. Thimphu holds an entrancing four-day celebration, held each year during fall (September/October).

    Reach at Thimphu and check-in to your luxury hotel. Take rest and have dinner at the hotel.
    Overnight stay in Thimphu.
  • Day 03:Explore Thimpu / Thimpu Sightseeing At Thimpu, have breakfast at the hotel and proceed for the full day exploration (sightseeing) tour in Thimpu. Throughout the day, you will roam around the following spots.

    Anim Dratshang (Nunnery): On a slope over Thimphu's Tashichho Dzong, simply off Gaden Lam, stands Thangtong Dewachen Dupthop Nunnery. Home to around 60 nuns, the unassuming structure was worked in 1976 by the sixteenth manifestation of Thangtong Gyelpo, the renowned fifteenth-century "Iron Bridge Monk" who produced steel connects that still range a few of Bhutan's quick streaming waterways. The way to the religious shelter offers radiant perspectives on Tashichho Dzong, while the little intricate houses a secured chorten and an unordinary column beat with two cut deer (emblematic of the Deer Park at Sarnath, where Buddha previously instructed after his edification) and a wheel of law.

    Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Dordenma Statue): The statue was pitched in bronze in China and transported via ocean and street to this site once involved by the royal residence of Druk Desi, a common leader of Bhutan in the eighteenth century. The statue is of height 54 meters (177 feet) and was completed building on September 2015. At its fruition, the statue will contain 125,000 overlaid Buddha statues and an abundance of other statuary.

    Takin Reserve & Mini Zoo: Augment to Wish List Hidden in an overlap of the woodland hung slopes high above Thimphu, a group of Takin make their home in the Mothithang Takin Preserve. Once a little zoo, the ruler announced that the creatures ought to be liberated instead of kept in imprisonment. Be that as it may, rather than meandering further into the slopes, the agreeable Takin rioted of Thimphu, where they turned into a traffic risk as they rummaged for sustenance. The spot is spread at an area of 3.4 hectares (8.4 acres) as the homespun for barking deer, Himalayan Serow, goat antelope, Sambar, Red panda, leeches, horseflies, mosquitoes, and so on.

    Folk Heritage Museum: The Folk Heritage Museum, situated on the edges of Thimphu, reproduces a conventional Bhutanese family home inside an excellent nineteenth-century smashed earth and timber building. In this three-stored folk museum, the family's prized assets are in plain view: glossy wooden dishes line the kitchen racks, luxuriously designed textures hang close by matured panther hide sacks in the room nearby, and gold gleams from Thangkas hung in the family's altar room. As a three-stored building, the ground floor resembles a barn, upper floor resembles a safe storing area and the topmost floor resembles the living and dining area. This museum opens every day except government holidays. On the weekdays, the museum opens from 10.00 am to 04.30 pm and on Saturday, the museum opens from 10.30 am to 01.00 pm, and on Sunday, the museum opens from 11.30 am to 03.30 pm.

    Royal Textile Academy & Museum: Involvedly designed wild silk Kiras (bugs) from Lhuentse hang close by harsh annoy fiber material from Zhemgang in Bhutan's incredible Royal Textile Academy. The historical center, housed in a noteworthy present-day building, commends the nation's energetic and fluctuated custom of hand weaving. From the transcending applique Thangka that ignores the passage lobby and the extravagant articles of clothing in plain view in the Royal Gallery to mannequins wearing basic herders' dress from Laya, the exhibition hall of federals - an unrivaled opportunity to find out about and value this one of a kind part of Bhutanese culture.

    Tashichho Dzong: Standing proudly on the western bank of the Wang Chhu a few kilometers north of central Thimphu, Tashichho Dzong looks every inch the seat of government. While the National Assembly no longer convenes inside the fortress's whitewashed walls, today the Dzong still houses the throne room (authority room) and the king's offices as well as the ministries of home affairs and finance.

    Handicrafts Market in Thimpu: Handicraft market is an interesting market in Thimpu with local items of handicraft goods that are available in the bargained price.
    Dinner at the luxury hotel. Overnight stay in Thimphu.
  • Day 04:Thimpu to Dochu La / Tiger Nest Dochu La: Dochu La is approximately 80 kilometers away from Thimpu and it takes around 3 hours to reach there. We head towards Dochu La after breakfast at the hotel. Dochu La is situated at an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level. It is situated by the two major rivers of Bhutan, the Mo Chu, and the Pho Chu. Dochu La is a mountain pass that offers the adorable 360-degree panoramic view of Eastern Himalayas with the mountain ranges on the way to Punakha. The view is particularly grand on clear, winter days with snowcapped mountains shaping a glorious scenery to the quietness of the 108 Chortens gracing the mountain pass. End here for quite a while and after that continue to visit Chimi Lakhang – Fertility Temple and Punakha Dzong – the Grand Fortress, arranged on the conversion of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu. Have dinner and stay overnight at the luxury hotel in Thimpu.

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    Tiger Nest: From a separation, Bhutan's most notable structure (Tiger Nest) appears to skim, weightless, most of the way up to a sheer precipice face, 900 meters (3,000 feet) over the floor of the Paro Valley. As you wind your route enthusiastically up the long, soak way towards Taktsang Lhakhang, the religious community intermittently uncovers itself, ascending out of the woods, closer and progressively strong with every re-appearance. Have dinner and stay overnight at a luxury hotel in Paro.
  • Day 05:Thimpu to Paro / Half-day Paro Sightseeing and return Kathmandu You will have early breakfast in Thimpu hotel and move towards Paro. Paro is around 65 kilometers away from Thimpu and takes about 2 hours for completion of this roadway journey.
    If you are in Paro, have breakfast and roam around the territory in articulated spots.

    Tamchog Lhakhang: It falls on the way to Paro from Thimpu. It is the temple that was built as the dedication to the 13th-century saint Thangthong Gyalpo. Thangthong Gyalpo was a bridge builder who built numbers of bridges including the one that must be crossed for forwarding to Thimpu from Paro. Which means, Paro and Thimpu are connected with an iron chain bridge, built by him. Tamchog temple is known as a private temple but the outsiders have permission to visit there. Experience of crossing the chain bridge also remains the mightiest one. The high rocky barren, flowing river and the ridges’ backdrop make the temple spot much more eye-catching and picturesque.

    Rinpung Dzong: Rinpung Dzong is the largest dzong 9Buddhist monastery and fortress) of the Drukpa Lineage in Paro district. This dzong is listed by UNESCO as one of the best tentative sites to visit in Bhutan. This dzong also houses the government administrative offices and district Monastic Body of Paro Dzongkhag. Following fourteen chapels and shrines are located inside Rinpung Dzong: Kungarwa, Monks’ assembly hall, Sandalwood stupa, Protector’s shrine, Temple of the Guru Eight Manifestations, Chapel of the head Lama, Chapel of Amitayus, The Clear Crystal Shrine, Chapel of the Eleven-faced Avalokitesvara, Chapel of Akshobhya, Apartments of the Abbot, Apartments of the King (Gyalpo’I Zimchung), Temple of the Treasure Revealer, and the Temple of the Bursar.

    Ta Dzong: Ta Dzong is the dzong that lies above Rinpung Dzong. It is recently renovated as the National Museum of Bhutan, under the command of his Majesty, the King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck (the third hereditary monarch of Bhutan). Today, this spot is the house for masterpieces of bronze statue and paintings, specimens of Bhutanese art (over 3,000 works including 1,500 Bhutanese Cultural Heritage), galleries rich in varying creative traditions and disciplines. All these masterpieces deliver a remarkable blend of past with the present, which makes it one of the highest visited places in Bhutan, both locally and internationally.

    After exploring for the half-day, you will have a meal and spend some minutes for rest. Then, you will transfer to the airport to board your flight back to Kathmandu.

Cost Includes

  • Kathmandu to Paro and return back airplane ticket
  • All applicable airport taxes as per today's’ mentioned fare
  • Pickup and drop off to and from hotel and airport
  • All land transportation during the trip
  • Night accommodation in Paro and Thimpu with 2 breakfasts and 2 meals per day at the hotel
  • Sightseeing in Thimpu and Dochu La / Tiger’s Nest
  • All applicable hotel taxes and government service tax along with VAT

Cost Excludes

  • Personal expenses such as telephone calls, tips, laundry, shopping, etc.
  • Additional sightseeing cost (which are not mentioned in the itinerary)
  • Extra cost arose due to natural calamities such as landslide, political affairs like strikes, road blockage, and many more
  • Extra night accommodation fees
  • Entrance fees and camera permit fees
  • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers and alongside staffs
  • Travel / medical insurance
  • Any other costs not mentioned in cost includes’ list

Accommodation in Bhutan

Hotel Category In Thimpu In Paro
Standard Migmar / Pedling / Wangchuk / Wangchuk Resort / Amodhara / White Tara / Phuentshopelri / Similar Metta Resort / Galling Resort / Dewachen Resort / Olathang / Similar
Deluxe Tara Phyndeyling / Ariya / Hotel Osel / Khang Residency / Namgay Heritage  Udumwara Resort / Drukchen Resort / Tashi Namgay Resort
Luxury Ramada Valley Thimpu Bongde Goma Resort
Premium Taj Tashi Thimpu Le-Meridian Paro Riverfront

 

Accommodation in Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Crowne Plaza Kathmandu – Soaltee
  • Hyatt Regency Kathmandu
  • Hotel Yak and Yeti
  • Gokarna Forest Resort
  • Dwarika’s Hotel
  • Baber Mahal Vilas the Boutique Hotel
  • Radisson Hotel Kathmandu
  • Shangri-La Hotel Kathmandu

All these hotels are five-starred and the accommodation, food and other services are of A+ (excellent) level.

  • Solo travel in Bhutan is truly blocked so women voyaging alone will be under the reliable supervision of a guide and will apparently wrap up in a get-together. This makes going here exceptionally secured and discards a critical number of the issues of solo females’ involvement in various countries. Everything thought of it as is a keen idea to have your brains about you while going and to dress spartanly to refrain from causing offense.
  • Mosquitos are bound to be available in Bhutan. Along these lines, you will require hostile to intestinal sickness tablets like doxycycline, atovaquone/proguanil, or mefloquine. Long sleeve garments and hostile to mosquito moisturizers can be liked.
  • Tap water isn't protected in Bhutan, so it is smarter to drink packaged mineral water accessible in lodgings, cafés, and eateries. Likewise, servings of mixed greens ought to be kept away from as they might be washed in unhygienic water.
  • Ema Datshl is a well-known dish in Bhutan which is scrumptious however so hot that may consume your tongue. Yak margarine tea is additionally a popular beverage in Bhutan. Other real dinners comprise of vegetables, meat (pork, yak, hamburger, and chicken), alongside rice. Chilies are additionally the most favored zest. Sans meat nourishments incorporate plants, weeds, mushrooms, and orchids.
  • Tipping isn't necessary however it is exceedingly valued.
  • Currency utilized in Bhutan is named as Bhutanese Ngultrum. Be that as it may, Indian money can be utilized in Bhutan also. US dollar and other significant monetary forms can be traded at the air terminals and banks. AMEX and VISA are satisfactory in greater shopping centers, lodgings, and business dispatches.
  • Freedom of scene: Photos can be clicked in the greater part of the spots yet at certain spots, it may be limited. Along these lines, don't hesitate to request that anybody maintain a strategic distance from certain conditions.
  • Shopping: you will almost certainly do shopping in Nepal according to your desire. In any case, at Bhutan, there may be some fastidiousness, thus, some sort of the kinds of stuff that can be purchased with full certainty of curiosity are the merchandise like handcrafted paper, wooden dishes, Thangkas, petition wheels, pieces of jewelry, and veils. Structured stamps and stamp accumulations are additionally buyable.
  • Bargaining is permitted in Nepal, yet it isn't satisfactory in Bhutan, as every one of the products is sold on the fixed cost. Haggling is seen hostile in Bhutan, so it better not to attempt it.
  • Bhutan is 6 (six) hours in front of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and does not see sunlight sparing.
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