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Day 1 Arrive Paro from New Delhi / Kolkata & transfer to Thimphu 65 km 1hrs drive

The most spectacular mountain flights you will ever experience in a life time. Flying in from the heat of the plains of India one can witness from the left side of the aircrafts window a series of the world’s highest peaks. Your pilot will announce the names of the peaks if the weather is clear. You will descend into the high mountains and as the plane lowers you will not find any airstrip or any city but instead you will enjoy the view of the approaching valley of Paro, the alpine forests, little monasteries, temples and farm houses. Before the plane touches the runaway you will get a glimpse of the fertile valley of Paro, the Paro Dzong and Paro chu(river). Our representative will be at the airport to assist you, meet and greet and transfer to the capital city Thimphu and rest of the day at leisure. O/n at Thimphu


Day 2 Thimphu – capital city

When in Thimphu you got to prepare for surprises where this unique capital has no traffic lights but adopted its own version of the British – Indian colonial times traffic policemen who can startle you and memorize others with his elaborate hand gestures, sometimes he may be signaling stop when it looks like go but don’t worry you can observe the flow and notice his smile as you stare at him. Sightseeing includes visit to the National Memorial Chorten a stupa dedicated to the third king of Bhutan and Buddha statue, Takin Zoo where you will find national animal of Bhutan and drive down hill stop at the junction to take a glimpse of Trashichho Dzong. Proceed towards National Library and Folk Heritage Museum. Afternoon take a short walk to Handicraft Bazaar to view the traditional arts. Afternoon at leisure or take a walk to the main city from Clock tower square for shopping.. O/n at Thimphu.


Day 3 Thimphu - Punakha via Dochula pass 77 km 2 hrs 45 min hours drive

Morning drive to low lands of Punakha valley touching Dochula pass 10,000 ft and on the stop at Hongtsho village. Stop at the immigration check point to stamp in your permit. Next to the check point you will find small local stalls selling fresh juicy local apples available for sale in plastic bags you could try some. You will be driving through the first mountain pass in the western part of Bhutan. You will find the 108 Druk Wangyal chortens on the top of the pass where the ridges are draped in colorful prayer flags greet you. You could take three rounds and offer prayers, take some best photo shots. If the weather is clear you will be able to see the highest peaks towards the north,Gangar Punsum among others is the highest unclimbed peak (24,000 ft) in the world. Stop at Lamperi and visit the Royal Botanical Park for 30 minutes. If you are lucky you could see red pandas, different species of birds, you can take some photo shot close to the natural lake. Proceed down towards Punakha through Thinleygang village and upon reaching Lobesa turn left and enter Punakha valley. On the way stop and take a short walk through the villages to Chimmi Lhakhang - The divine madman also known, as Drukpa Kinley is a famous teacher with whom the phallic symbol is associated. Tales told by your guide would have excited you to visit Chimmi Lhakhang. Do not miss the master’s deeds painted on the walls. Japanese and several American couples visited this temple and were blessed miraculously with children. Check in the hotel. Afternoon visit majestic Punakha Dzong placed strategically at the junction of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers, the dzong was built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to serve as the religious and administrative seat of the region. It was here that the dual system of government was introduced in the 17th century and in 1907, enthroned the first King Gongsar Ugyen Wangchuk. Evening at leisure. O/n at Punakha


Day 4 Punakha - Gangtey valley day excursion 70 km 2 hrs 20 min drive

Morning drive to beautiful Gangtey valley via Wangdiphodrang Dzong strategically located on a ridge 4,430 ft that overlooks the highway that fork to the east and south of the country. This is an old town with Narrow Street with single storied shops and also the gateway to central and eastern Bhutan. The legend Mahakala, the protective deity of Bhutan appeared to tell Shabdrung of prediction, saying “at top of rocky spur where two rivers meet, at the place where a flock of raven will fly off in four directions, you will build the Dzong”. The Shabdrung built the dzong in 1638 and Punakha/Wangdi valleys are also the winter home for many of the high altitude farmers who migrate with their cattle to the warm climate. The Gangtey valley is one of the most beautiful open valleys in Bhutan and is the winter home to the endangered black necked cranes (Grus Nigricllis) which migrate to this valley around mid November from Tibet. These cranes have for centuries captured the human imagination with their intelligence, poise, sociality, beauty and freedom which have given rise to several myths, legends, folktales and songs. The birds fly back across the Himalayas to their summer home towards Tibet and China. The Gangtey village is small dominated by the yellow roofed Gangtey monastery.Late noon return to Punakha. O/n at Punakha.


Day 5 Punakha – Paro 145 km 4 hours drive

Morning drive to Paro same road via Semtokha entering the Babesa express highway. Upon reaching Chuzom check post, stop for awhile at the bridge, stretch your legs and walk through the bridge. Proceed towards Paro and check in the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. O/n at Paro.


Day 6 Paro sightseeing

Morning visit Paro Dzong, the National Museum housed in a round fortress called as the Ta Dzong considered to be one of the best natural history museums in Asia where it has a fine collection of natural and historic artifacts, Paro Penlop Heritage Farm house, Kyichu Lhakhang the monastery dates back to 7th century and is one of the oldest and most sacred. Afternoon visit ruins of Drukgyel Dzong and drive till the base of Tigers Nest. Evening at leisure. O/n at Paro.at leisure and evening visit the town for shopping. O/n at Paro.


Day 7 Departure

Morning transfer to Paro International Airport for your next destination.


Accommodation in twin sharing, daily breakfast, all evenings complementary hot tea/coffee at the hotel, all transfers, sightseeing & transportation within Bhutan, all internal permits, internal taxes, 1 complementary dinner at Paro on the last night.

Air fare, personal travel insurance, English speaking guide, entry fee to museum, laundry, tipping, personal shopping, telephone calls, anything not specified in the “cost includes”.

Travel document Required

Adults - Valid Indian Passport or Voters ID card (anyone)

Students - above 18 years of age Valid Indian Passport or Voters ID card (anyone)

Child - below 18 years of age Valid Indian passport / original birth certificate in English.


Travel document Required

Adults - Valid Indian Passport or Voters ID card (anyone)

Students - above 18 years of age Valid Indian Passport or Voters ID card (anyone)

Child - below 18 years of age Valid Indian passport / birth certificate (anyone).


Deposit & Payment

Deposit of 50% is required upon booking confirmation.

Full payment is required at least twenty one (21) days before departure.

(Failure to comply with this may result in cancellation of your booking and in such event, the cancellation fees apply).


Telegraphic Transfer / wire transfer fee

Customers are to bear the following;

Wire Transfer Cost from the sender’s bank.

Payment by Telegraphic Transfer transaction is subject to an additional service fee that is to be borne by the customer per transaction on top of total payment of Tour or Tour package.


Cancellation policy/fee

Tour programs booked and subsequently cancelled shall be subject to cancellation charges as follows:

a. Within 30 days of the start of the tour programme - Free

b. Within 21 days - 10% of the cost

c. Within 14 days - 15% of the cost

d. Within 7 days - 30% of the cost

e. Less than 7 days or cancellation without notice - 50% of the cost

f. After arrival in Bhutan - 100%



Delayed Arrivals

There are no charges for delays in arrival and departure because of weather conditions disrupting flights or road blocks.

The tourist must however bear the cost of food, accommodation, transportation, and other services required.


Restricted area (Route) Permit visiting to Dochula pass / Punakha / Wangdi / Trongsa / Bumthang

If you wish to travel to places other than Thimphu and Paro (permit free zone), you will have to obtain route permit from the immigration office in Thimphu. (Our office will get your permits done if you are visiting to anyone of the above mentioned places.

Photocopy of passport or permit issued by immigration will be required while applying for permits).

Entry Permit formalities (visa is not required for Indian Nationals)

Your passport will be endorsed by the immigration officers upon arrival at the Paro Intl. Airport, before you are issued with a permit. Make sure you go personally and please carry your passport or voter’s registration card.

If you plan to travel by road, the endorsement is done at the entry points in Phuentsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar, and Gelephu.

If by flight, you will enter from the Paro Airport.


We have a duty to protect Bhutan from Drugs and Tobacco Products. To do this we need your help and cooperation. If we stop you and ask you about your baggage please co-operate.

**Please do not carry tobacco goods that are over the limits. For more information please see following link.



Bringing in Tobacco

200 cigarettes, on payment of import duty of 200%



Nights: 6   Days: 7

10,000 ft



Paro Int.Airport

Paro Intl.Airport



  • Cultural Tours
  • Village Walk
  • Birdwatch
  • Bonfire
  • Hiking
  • Jogging
  • Nature Photography
  • Nature walk

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Tour code : BH/HiB/001