Planning a Bhutan Trip? Brace yourself for an extraordinary adventure like no other! Nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, Bhutan is a treasure trove of majestic landscapes, vibrant culture, and spiritual sanctuaries. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, a history buff, or a seeker of serenity, Bhutan offers an array of experiences to enchant every traveler. Let’s delve into the intricacies of planning your Bhutan Trip to ensure a seamless and fulfilling expedition. Prepare for your Bhutan Trip with precision and foresight to make the most of your escapade. Embark on your Bhutan Trip hassle-free by ensuring you have all necessary travel documents in order. Acquire your Bhutanese visa through a licensed tour operator, who will facilitate the process on your behalf. Prioritize your well-being by getting vaccinated against prevalent diseases and carrying essential medications. Respect local customs and traditions to ensure a harmonious experience. Master the logistics of traveling through Bhutan to optimize your time and explore its myriad wonders. Choose between road and air travel to reach Bhutan, with flights available to Paro International Airport from select cities. Within the country, rely on taxis, buses, and rental cars for convenient transportation. Select from a diverse range of accommodation options, including luxury resorts, cozy guesthouses, and traditional farm stays. Book in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons, to secure your preferred lodging. Enrich your Bhutan Trip with Clear Sky Treks is immersive encounters that unveil the cultural tapestry of this enchanting kingdom. Embark on a spiritual journey as you visit Bhutan’s ancient monasteries, steeped in history and Buddhist traditions. Discover the serene beauty of iconic landmarks such as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Paro Taktsang) and the Punakha Dzong. Immerse yourself in Bhutan’s vibrant festival scene, where age-old traditions come to life through colorful dances, intricate rituals, and joyous celebrations. Don traditional attire and join locals in commemorating auspicious occasions such as the Paro Tsechu and the Thimphu Tshechu. Satiate your thirst for adventure amidst Bhutan’s breathtaking natural landscapes and adrenaline-pumping activities. Embark on exhilarating treks through pristine mountain trails, offering panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks, verdant valleys, and alpine meadows. Trekking routes like the Druk Path Trek and the Snowman Trek beckon adventure enthusiasts from around the globe. Embark on wildlife safaris in Bhutan’s protected areas, home to a diverse array of flora and fauna. Spot elusive species such as the Bengal tiger, snow leopard, and Himalayan black bear in their natural habitats. Indulge your palate with Bhutan’s delectable cuisine, renowned for its bold flavors and unique ingredients. Savor traditional Bhutanese dishes like ema datshi (chili and cheese stew), momo (dumplings), and phaksha paa (pork stir-fry) at local eateries and family-run restaurants. Explore the culinary landscape to discover hidden gems and authentic flavors. Embark on a journey of tea discovery as you sample Bhutan’s exquisite teas, cultivated in the pristine mountainous regions. Visit tea estates and learn about the art of tea cultivation from knowledgeable local growers.
Minimize your environmental footprint by practicing responsible waste disposal, conserving water and energy, and respecting wildlife habitats. Opt for eco-friendly accommodations and support local initiatives for environmental conservation. Respect Bhutan’s cultural norms and traditions by dressing modestly, seeking permission before photographing religious sites, and refraining from disrespectful behavior. Engage with local communities respectfully and learn about their customs and way of life.
Duration: 4 Days
Max Altitude: 3120m
Cost: USD $1550.00 to USD $1900 Per person
Starting Point: Kathmandu
Ending Point: Kathmandu
On your Druk air flight to Bhutan, you will be treated to a spectacular view of the snowcapped Himalayan Mountains. On arrival at Paro International Airport, you will be received by our guide who will accompany you throughout the trip and make necessary arrangements. After picking up, drive for 1 and 1⁄2 hours to Thimphu, the capital town of Bhutan. In the evening, visit the Tashichho Dzong. The ‘Fortress of the glorious religion’ houses the throne room of His Majesty the king, the main secretariat building and the central monk body. Its courtyard is open to visitors during the off-office hours. Take a leisurely strollin the Thimphu City and free time for shopping.About Thimphu:Thimphu is a busting town on the bank of the Thimphu (river) and set gloriously in the hills of the Thimphu valley. It became Bhutan’s official national capital in the year 1961. It is home to the Bhutanese Royal Family, the Royal Government and to several foreign missions and development projects. Bhutan’s only golf course, a nine – hole circuit, is situated next to the magnificent Tashicho Dzong. The capital city still has only few streets andno traffic lights.
Full day sightseeing in Thimphu. Visit the King’s Memorial Stupa built in 1974, Big Buddha point for a scenic view of Thimphu valley, Jungshi Paper factory where they make traditional Bhutanese paper, Painting School famous for traditional thangkha paintings,visit the Folk heritage Museum founded by Her Majesty the Queen Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk. The museum is one of a kind that portrays the lifestyle of a genteel family in the Thimphu valley in the olden days. After lunch visit the Takin preserve and the nunnery. Then Drive to Paro. Overnight at Hotel.
Morning hike to the famous TaktshangLhakhang “The Tigers Lair”. Clinging to a black rock face, 900 meters above the valley floor, nestles TaktshangLhakhang, one of the holiest and the most beautiful site of Bhutan. Taktshang, the tiger’s lair, acquires its name from the legend of its foundation, when in the 8th Century Guru Rinpoche, widely revered as the second Buddha, arrived from Tibet flying across the mountains on the back of a tigress. He meditated at the site for three months, from where he used the religious cycle of the Kagye to subjugate the Eight Categories of Evil Spirits, and thus converted the region to Buddhism. The hike to the Monastery is a gradual climb through the quiet approach path winds through lush meadow, oak and rhododendron forest, past quaint hamlets, fluttering prayer flags and rotating prayer wheels. The hike takes you about 4-5hours from the car park.Later visit Ta Dzong, built in 17th century as a watch tower for Paro Dzong. This Dzong was later converted into the National Museum in 1967, and is filled with antique thangkha paintings, textiles, weapons and armour. Also visit the Rinpung Dzong, built in 17th century to defend valley against Tibetan invaders. It is now used as an administrative centre and home of monastic community. Kyichu Lhakhang, the oldest monastery of the Kingdom is another place of interest. Overnight at Hotel in Paro.
Drive to Paro international Airport. After arrive in Kathmandu Airport our representatives will receive you with transportation & drive to Hotel. After take some rest at hotel that you can walk around Thamel, buy souvenir for your family, friends & relatives then over night at hotel.
|March 1, 2024
|March 4, 2024
|USD $1550.00 to USD $1900 Per person
The best time to visit Bhutan is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is pleasant, and the skies are clear.
Yes, all tourists must travel with a licensed tour guide approved by the Tourism Council of Bhutan, ensuring a rich and informative experience.
Bhutan follows a high-value, low-impact tourism policy, requiring visitors to pay a minimum daily tariff that covers accommodation, meals, transportation, and guide services.