Bhutan Tour

  •   Trip Grade: Easy
  •   Meals: lunch, breakfast and dinner
  •   Accomodation: included
  •   Transportation: included


Bhutan was long shut off from the rest of the world but has now opened its arms, for people to witness its glorious beauty and cultural diversity. Alpine Paradise Treks and Expedition, offers to you, the Bhutan Tour for experiencing the traditions and culture of beautiful Bhutan. Choose from a wide range of Bhutan Tours, customize your itinerary and you are good to go.

Bhutan is not your typical holiday package. Bhutan measures its success in units of Happiness. Scrawling phalluses on every wall painted with the façade of Bhutanese traditions makes this country worth visiting once. Bhutan showcases the hidden face of the Himalayas and the holy peaks and passes of this country are supposed to be housing deities within. Mystical holy lakes, waterfalls and other attractions like the sparkling Tiger’s Nest monastery, Paro Taktsang monastery and fortresses (dzongs) like the Tashichho Dzong monastery, Punakha dzong, ripping, etc. make Bhutan a mystical location to the visited.

Bhutan is a perfect mixture of well-managed development, beautiful and happy people, natural diversity and cultural maintenance, making it one of the most sought after and the mystical destinations in the world. Embark on the Bhutan Tour packages with the carefully selected itineraries and the perfects tour guides of the Alpine Paradise Treks and Expedition, for the experience of a lifetime.

Outline Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival in Paro

Day 2: Paro – Thimphu

Day 3: Thimphu – Punakha

Day 4: Punakha – Gangtey

Day 5: Gangtey – Bumthang

Day 6: Bumthang Visit

Day 7: Bumthang – Paro

Day 8: Departure from Paro Transfer to Paro International Airport for your onward flight.

Day 1: Arrival in Paro

Upon arrival at Paro International Airport, you will be met by your guide and driver and transferred to your hotel. After lunch, visit the Ta Dzong National Museum and the Rinpung Dzong fortress.

Day 2: Paro – Thimphu

After breakfast, drive to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. Visit the National Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, and the Textile Museum. In the evening, visit the Buddha Dordenma statue and enjoy a panoramic view of Thimphu valley.

Day 3: Thimphu – Punakha

Drive to Punakha and visit the Dochula Pass, which offers stunning views of the Himalayan range. Visit the Chimi Lhakhang temple, also known as the Temple of Fertility, and Punakha Dzong, the ancient capital of Bhutan.

Day 4: Punakha – Gangtey

Drive to Gangtey and visit the Gangtey Monastery, the only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan. Enjoy a nature walk in the Gangtey Valley, which is home to the endangered black-necked cranes.

Day 5: Gangtey – Bumthang

Drive to Bumthang, the cultural heartland of Bhutan. Visit the Jakar Dzong fortress and the Jambay Lhakhang temple, one of the oldest temples in Bhutan.

Day 6: Bumthang Visit the Kurjey Lhakhang temple, Tamshing Lhakhang temple, and the Swiss Farm, which produces Bhutan’s famous Swiss cheese. In the evening, visit the local market in Chamkhar town.

Day 7: Bumthang – Paro

Return to Paro and visit the famous Taktsang Monastery, also known as the Tiger’s Nest. The hike to the monastery takes around 5 hours round trip. In the evening, enjoy a traditional Bhutanese dinner.

Day 8: Departure from Paro Transfer to Paro International Airport for your onward flight.


  1. Visa
  2. Accommodation
  3. Ground transportation:
  4. Tour guide:
  5. Meals:


  1. Flights: Airfare to and from Bhutan is not usually included in the tour package.
  2. Travel insurance: It’s recommended that you purchase travel insurance separately, as it’s not typically included in the tour package.
  3. Gratuities: Tips for tour guides, drivers, and hotel staff are not usually included in the tour package.
  4. Personal expenses: Any expenses related to personal shopping, laundry, or phone calls are not typically included.
  5. Bhutanese tourist tariff: The Bhutanese government charges a daily tariff for tourists, which covers accommodation, meals, and ground transportation. This tariff is not usually included in the tour package and varies depending on the time of year and the type of accommodation chosen.

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Essential Equipment:

  1. Comfortable walking shoes: You’ll likely be doing a fair amount of walking and hiking, so be sure to bring comfortable shoes with good traction.
  2. Warm layers: Bhutan’s weather can be unpredictable, so bring warm layers like a fleece jacket and waterproof outerwear.
  3. Sun protection: The sun can be intense at high altitudes, so bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.
  4. Camera: Bhutan is a beautiful country, so bring a camera to capture the scenery and culture.
  5. Cash: While credit cards are accepted in some places, it’s a good idea to bring cash for smaller purchases and tips.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

  • When is the best time to visit Bhutan?

The best time to visit Bhutan is during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) when the weather is mild and the skies are clear.

  • Do I need a visa to visit Bhutan?

Yes, all tourists visiting Bhutan must obtain a visa, which is issued upon receipt of full payment for the trip.

  • Is there a dress code in Bhutan?

Yes, Bhutan has a strict dress code for visiting temples and other cultural sites. Men must wear long pants and women must wear skirts or dresses that cover the knees.

  • Do I need to book a tour to visit Bhutan?

Yes, all tourists must book a tour through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator, and the cost includes a daily tariff that covers accommodation, meals, and ground transportation.

  • What is the currency in Bhutan?

The Bhutanese currency is the Ngultrum, but Indian rupees are also widely accepted.