Bhutan Trip
Bhutan Trip

Bhutan tour package from India

The word ‘Bhutan’ translates to ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. It earned the nickname because of the fierce storms that often roll in from the Himalayas. Bhutan is tucked between China and India and is lanced by deep ravines and coated with thick woods.

The country has no traffic lights. Smoking, as well as tobacco products, are illegal, as are hunting and fishing (except for catch and release).

Monasteries, often massive and commanding—abound; monks, when not in prayer or meditation or chores are often found playing board games, sharing stories or laughing.

Archery is the national sport and green chili pepper together with ‘cheesy sauce’ is the national dish.

Ask any resident, and likely you’ll find they truly do love their king and queen.

Bhutanese manners dictate that you are to refuse food whenever it’s offered to you. The tradition is to say the words ‘meshu meshu’ and cover your mouth with your hands. You can give in, though, after two or three offers.

We can just go on and on with these simple yet beautiful qualities that the place and the people there. But we would like you to join in and experience the feeling ‘Happiness is a Place’.

Arrival at NJP (Day 1)

NJP to Phuntsholing - 140kms - 3.5hrs

Reporting time at NJP junction is at 4 PM. Plan your travel accordingly. Once we meet at NJP we will head towards Phuntsholing. 

We will check-in at our stay and submit all necessary documents to group leader or our guide for permit process. 


Thimphu local sightseeing (Day 2)

Phuntsholing to Thimphu - 145kms - 4.5hrs

We will have an early wakeup call. We will go to the immigration office to get some permits and then head towards Thimphu. 

You can also take tourist sim cards here for as low as Rs200 if necessary

Our first place of visit in Thimphu is Buddha Dordenma Statue. Buddha Dordenma Statue is a gigantic statue of height 169ft sitting atop a meditation hall overlooking the valleys of Thimphu.

From here we go to Tashichho Dzong also called as Thimphu Dzong. Thimphu Dzong or the fortress of the glorious religion, is the current seat of government of Bhutan and headquarter of Bhutan clergy.
We cannot enter the fort so we will visit it from outside and admire the amazing architecture. 

Next in the list is Thimphu Chorten or the National Memorial Chorten was built in memory of Third Druk Gyalpo and is dedicated to World Peace.
It is one of the tallest monuments and a tibetan style stupa and the most visited place in Thimphu too.

 We will then go to the local markets of Thimphu. You can savour local cuisine of Bhutan here. Also, these markets are famous for thier handicrafts and bhutanese hand woven cloths. 
Donot forget to buy souvenirs from here to take back with you.

Head to the stay and retire for the day.


Phobjikha valley (Day 3)

Thimphu - Phobjika - Phunaka - 211kms - 5.5hrs

Early morning wakeup call, check out, and head to Phobjika Valley, breakfast enroute.

A beautiful bowl-shaped glacial valley located against a background of the Black Mountains, the Phobjikha Valley in Bhutan is a treat for those with a deep affection for nature. 
The valley is located on the borders of the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park.

You can find a large flock of black-necked cranes, wild boars, sambars, serows, Himalayan black bears, muntjacs (barking deer), leopards and red foxes in the surrounding hills, making this place as one of the most important wildlife preserves in Bhutan.
From here we will head to Phunaka via Wangdu district. There in Wangdu one can witness authentic traditions and cultures of Bhutan and learn a lot about it from the locals. We'll be there for lunch at Wangdu.

Overnight stay in Phunakha


Phunakha Dzong & Dochula Pass (Day 4)

Phunaka - Paro - 115kms - 3.5hrs

After waking up and checkout we'll go visit Phunakha Dzong. 

Unarguably one of the most beautiful dzongs in Bhutan, Punakha Dzong is the second oldest and second-largest dzong in Bhutan

Punakha Dzong, also known as Pungtang Dewa chhenbi Phodrang means “the palace of great happiness or bliss”, is the administrative centre of Punakha District

Next, we'll visit Punakha Suspension Bridge which is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the world, in Bhutan. It is a long metal bridge over a mountain river, decorated with colorful Buddhist prayer flags.

We will then head towards Paro via Dochula Pass. 
Dochula Pass is a wonderful sight at 3100m. The pass offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the snow-laden giant Himalayas.
We'll stop at Dochula Pass to visit the 108 stupas built in honour of the fallen Bhutanese soldiers.

Our night stay will be at Paro.


Tiger's Nest  (Day 5)

Paro to Phuntsholing - 142kms - 4hrs

Today we'll be waking up early. Trek to the Tiger's Nest Monastery in Paro is a once in a lifetime experience. 

Perched at a hilltop there, the hike up to Tiger's Nest will take around 3 hours to ascend and 2 hours to descend. 
The view from the top is mesmerizing.
The hike distance is 6km two way. 

Once we hike down from Tiger's Nest, we'll visit the local markets of Paro
Here you can buy Hand-woven Textiles, Buddhist Paintings, Bhutan Postal Stamps, Bhutan Pure Honey, The Himalayan Beads, Bhutanese Handmade Paper, and Authentic Bhutanese Crafts. 
Today is our last day in Bhutan.

We will head to Phuntsholing for our stay for the night.


Return to India (Day 6)

Phuntsholing to Bagdogra - 155kms - 4hrs

We'll start from Phuntsholing and head to Bagdogra to enter India.
Plan your return journey after 6pm ideally.



Head and skin Protection :
  • Cap / Sun hat
  • Balaclava/ Woolen cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen (SPF 40 and above)
  • Lip balm
  • Moisturizer
Clothing :
  • Windcheater & Raincoat
  • Thermals
  • Fleece
  • Gloves
  • Comfortable clothes (Full sleeves shirts & full pants, 3 to 5 pairs)
  • Dry-fit cloths
  • Innerwear
Footwear :
  • Sports shoes
  • Sandals or Flip-flops
  • Socks (3 to 4 pairs)
  • Woolen socks (2 pairs)
Documents :
  • Original ID proof
Electronics :
  • Camera & Kit (Optional)
  • Mobile chargers
  • Power bank
  • Liquid cash
  • Toiletry kit
  • Personal medicines (If any)
  • Small backpack (10L or 20L)
  • Water bottle
  • Headtorch
  • Dry snacks, ORS, dry fruits, chocolates, Nutri bars, etc.
Use your garbage bag or properly dispose of used wet tissues and napkins. Do not litter wet tissues and sanitary napkins in the mountains as well as other public areas.
Tip: While packing, use plastic bags to compartmentalize things and carry a few extra plastic bags for wet clothes.

Note 1: We need not carry backpacks with us. You can always keep them inside a hotel or vehicle

✔ SDF of Bhutan (Sustainable development fee)
✔ e-permit (Passport mandatory)
✔ Bagdogra to Bagdogra transportation
✔ Accommodation (Triple sharing)
✔ Food (Breakfast)
✔ First aid
✔ Local guides
✔ Certified organiser

  • Anything which is not mentioned above.
  • Any kind of personal expenses, optional tours, insurance, laundry.
  • Costs incidental to any changes in the itinerary due to bad weather or natural calamities which are beyond our control.
  • Extra meals including breakfast on the arrival day
  • GST 5%

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