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Get Best and Affordable Holiday Packages of Bhutan at Bhutan Holidays. Visit the most attractive places of Bhutan like Thimphu, Punakha, Haa Valley, Chele-la-Pass, Tiger's Nest and lots more with our beautifully crafted and hanpicked tour packages. Bhutan Holidays provides budget friendly customised packages to suits the requirements of every guest travelling to Bhutan. Each packages of Bhutan Holidays covers the exotic locations of Bhutan, beautiful landscapes, Dzongs, Monasteries etc.

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If you are searching for the best Bhutan Tour Package at quite a reasonable price, Bhutan Holidays is undoubtedly the ideal one for you. According to the budget, taste, and preference of the guests, there are lots of customizable packages to choose from. To make your holiday completely smooth, our representatives will be always there over the phone. Come, and explore the beauty of this splendid Buddhist kingdom with the help of our well-planned tour itinerary. But before that, have a look at these frequently asked questions and the answers you might have in your mind.

Yes, to travel to Bhutan, everyone requires a passport. Indian national visiting Bhutan requires two valid documents. Indian passport with a validity of a minimum of 6 months and the Voter Identity Card.

Travelers can visit Bhutan from October to December and then again from March to May. March to May is the season of spring. The valleys of Bhutan look colorful due to the blooming flowers. October-December is the ideal time for trekking and enjoying the beauty of breathtaking mountains and valleys. The valleys and mountain peaks are clearly visible during these months as the sky stays clear.

Bhutan can be visited quite comfortably by road and by air. Have a look at these available transportation options.

  • By Road - You can quite comfortably reach Bhutan by Road. From Jaigaon, the nearby town in India. You can go Phuentsholing in order to get an Inner Line Permit.
  • By Air - Paro airport is the only airport in Bhutan and it is nicely connected. Bhutan Airlines and Druk Air can be opted to reach Bhutan. Most of the international flights are direct.

The above-mentioned tour packages of Bhutan are truly customizable. The itineraries can be designed according to the preference of the guests.

There are some strict rules and regulations in Bhutan which should be obeyed. The major ones are as mentioned below.

  • Tobacco production, sale, and consumption are completely prohibited in Bhutan. While in public places, don't smoke at all.
  • You are prohibited to enter any temples or monasteries with your shoes on. Always take them off while entering.
  • Wear only modest clothes. Don't go for western dresses such as singles and miniskirts.
  • Always take precautions while taking pictures of the temples and dzongs as taking pictures is strictly prohibited at some of the dzongs, monasteries, and temples.
  • Bringing any tobacco-related possessions to Bhutan is a punishable offense and can land you in jail. So, abstain from doing that.
  • You are advised not to wear hats and sunglasses inside the temples and monasteries.
  • Do not criticize the royal family and their religious beliefs as they are considered gods.

Bhutan's every popular place can be visited with any of these above-mentioned packages. The major ones are only included here. Have a look.

  • Thimpu: Bhutan's capital is Thimpu. Interestingly, it is one of the two capital cities in Asia without traffic lights and is located on the Chuu Riverbank. However, the entire country of Bhutan lacks traffic lights. People travel to Thimpu every year to take in the breathtaking scenery and several picturesque locations. You can visit a variety of Thimpu attractions with our top-rated Bhutan tour packages, including Buddha Point, ChangangkhaLhakhang, Changlimithang Stadium, Memorial Chorten, and National Institute for ZorigChusum, TrashiChhoeDzong, Takin Preserve, The Textile Museum, The Folk Heritage Museum, The National Textile Museum, and many more.
  • Paro: Paro is a stunning valley with a thriving culture, breathtaking scenery, and countless tales and legends. Many of Bhutan's oldest monasteries are located in Paro, which is surrounded by beautiful paddy fields. DrukgyelDzong, KyichuLhakhang, Farm House (traditional village house), TaktshangLhakhang (Tiger's Nest), and many more are just a few of the tourist attractions in Paro.
  • Punakha: Punakha, the historic capital of Bhutan, is renowned for its majestic monasteries and tourist attractions. Travelers are frequently drawn to this old town, which is only 85 kilometers from Thimphu, for its monasteries, temples, and numerous other picturesque locations. Punakha Dzong, Jigme Dorji National Park, ChimiLhakhang, The KhamsamYulleyNamgyal Chorten, and many more are among the tourist attractions in Punakha. By visiting this historic Bhutanese city, which is close to Dochula Pass, visitors can learn about the country's history and take in its natural beauty.
  • Haa Valley and Chele La Pass: Haa Valley and Chele La Pass are additionally included in our Bhutan tour packages. The most popular tourist destination in Bhutan is Haa Valley. It is one of the most stunning valleys you can see in Bhutan and is about 30 miles from Paro. This serene location is surrounded by mountains and huge grasslands and is teeming with customs and festivities. You will go closer to the magnificent Chele-la-pass on your way to Haa Valley. This pass, which is located at an elevation of 3988 feet, provides the ideal view of JichuDrakey and Mount Chomolhari. Hiking activities are available if you wish to get some exercise.

The most popular treks in Bhutan are-

  • The Jhomolhari Trek
  • Snowman Trek
  • Punakha Winter Trek
  • Druk Path Trek
  • Bumthang Owl Trek
  • Punakha Winter Trek

Some of the renowned forests in Bhutan are-

  • Royal Manas National Park
  • Black Mountain National Park
  • Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Thrumshingla National Park
  • The Manas Game Santuary

The rivers where you can go for river rafting are-

  • Wang Chhu
  • Sankosh River
  • Kuri Chhu
  • Dangme Chhu
  • Mangde Chhu
  • Puna Tsang Chhu

Holidaying in Bhutan is entirely safe. Being one of the safest countries in the world, crime rarely occurs in the country. However, it would help if you still were alert.

After staying closed to tourists for a couple of years due to COVID 19, Bhutan is finally welcoming tourists and is allowed to enter Bhutan.

The essential to pack during your Bhutan tour are-

  • Woolen caps.
  • Warm gloves
  • Shoes for trekking
  • Warm jacket
  • Your required medicines
  • Sunglasses

Bhutan is certainly tourist friendly. The Bhutanese people are also quite friendly and cooperative.

The famous pilgrimage site you can visit in Bhutan are as mentioned below-

  • Taktsang Monastery - A Buddhist temple on a cliff, Taktsang is a magnificent tourist site. On a cliff, the approximate height of the monastery is 3120 meters above sea level. The grand structure and the sweeping view of the valley from here look quite magnificent.
  • Thimphu Memorial Chorten - Dedicated to world peace, this chorten in Thimpu was built in the memory of Third Druk Gyalpo. The gorgeous paintings, the white architecture, and the golden top have made it quite popular.
  • Punakha Dzong - Punakha's prime tourist attraction is this Dzong. Constructed by Ngawang Namgyal, the Dzong of Punakha is known for its grand architecture, beautiful paintings, and more. It is the second oldest one and also houses the sacred relics of the southern Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. The Rangjung Kasarpani and the sacred remains of Ngawang Namgyal and the tertoen Pema Lingpa nare also there.
  • Tango Monastery - During the 13th century, Tango Monastery was first built. But the main structure you see now was constructed in the year 1688 by Tenzin Rabgye. Adjacent to Cheri Mountain, the monastery is located approximately 14 kilometers north of Thimphu.
  • Tashichho Dzong - The offices of the monarch, the secretariat, and the ministries of home affairs and finance are all located in Tashichho Dzong since the year 1952. There are buildings nearby that hold other government agencies.

The driving distance between Siliguri and Thimphu is around 300 km. It takes a little more than 8 hours to cover this road distance.

Bhutan, the land of happiness, offers full of activities. While holidaying in Bhutan, you can enjoy the following popular activities-

  • Trek to Tiger's Nest: Constructed on the cliff of a Paro, in order to reach the monastery, visitors need to trek. The two hours trek to Taktsang Monastery is one of the most pleasing activities you can do.
  • Sightseeing: The first activity anyone can undertake with our top-notch Bhutan tour packages is sightseeing. As noted above, there are numerous beautiful spots you can visit. Bhutan has a large number of monasteries, temples, animal parks, and other tourist attractions.
  • River rafting: Rafting is an exhilarating outdoor sport that anyone can partake in. The spectacular outdoor activity involves navigating a river on an inflatable raft.
  • Mountain biking: Biking is another activity available in Bhutan. Some of the finest hilly terrains can be explored which proves to be quite thrilling.
  • Fishing: You can partake in the fishing activity if you wish to spend some time in peace and serenity.

The ideal duration of the Bhutan Package should be 6 Nights and 7 Days. The minimum duration of the tour should be 4 Nights and 5 Days.

Smoking is completely banned in Bhutan. Tourists cannot smoke here as it is illegal.

Momo - It is one of the deThese steamed; hot dumplings come in a variety of flavors and are created with different meats and veggies, like cabbage. If you'd rather have fried momo than steamed, that option is also available.

Datshi - There are many foods in Bhutan whose names end in "Datshi", which is part of the Datshi group of meals. The cheese from Bhutan is known by the name "Datshi". Ema Datshi, Kewa Datshi, Shamu Datshi, Shakam Ema Datshi, Gondo Datshi, and many more are among the delectable delicacies in the Datshi Group. You can't help but want to eat them all because each one comes with a distinct flavor.

Goep Foods - The Bhutanese dish that you absolutely must have while visiting Bhutan is goep. In addition to dried chilies, this meal is occasionally cooked with green onions and numerous other tiny veggies.

Suja - It is a butter tea from Bhutan. It actually tastes more like butter than tea in reality. Yak milk is used to make the tea's butter. It is additionally made with cow butter.

Red rice - It is renowned for being produced in Bhutan. It cooks more quickly than other types of rice and is very nutritious. The rice typically has a nutty flavor and can be used in a variety of recipes, including Ema, Shamu, Khewa Datshi, etc.

Yes, each and every package available here are completely customizable. You will be able to add more days, cut short the duration, choose the accommodation, sightseeing and more.