Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package

Tour ID - NBGHP0003

Destination: Jaigaon, Thimphu, Paro, Haa Valley, Chele La Pass

Theme : Best Seller

Duration: 6 Nights/ 7 Days

Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package at a glance:

Destinations: Jaigaon, Thimphu, Paro, Haa Valley, Chele La Pass

Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days

Pickup and Drop: Hasimara Railway Station

Sightseeing Attractions: Bhutan Gate, Memorial Chorten, Buddha Point, Paro Dzong, Taktsang Monastery, Motithang Takin Preserve, National Textile Museum of Bhutan, Haa Valley and Chele la Pass, etc.

Day 1 Hasimara to Jaigaon Transfer

Tour starts from Hasimara Railway Station. From there you will be driven towards Jaigaon which takes 30 minutes to reach from Hasimara Railway Station. Check-in at the hotel and rest. Evening walks to explore local shops and surrounding. Night stay in Jaigaon.

Day 2 Transfer to Thimphu

As per Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package, you will be served breakfast at the hotel in Jaigaon and then escorted towards Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. It is a 151 km long which can be covered within 5 hours. Evening by strolling in and around. Dinner and night stay at Thimphu.

Day 3 Sightseeing at Thimphu

Full-Day sightseeing in Thimphu exploring Memorial Chorten, Buddha Point, Motithang Takin Preserve, BBS Tower, Textile Museum of Bhutan, etc. Back to the resort for the night stay after dinner.

Day 4 Transfer to Paro

Morning breakfast at the hotel in Thimphu and the drive towards the most important destination of this Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package, Paro. One and a half hours to reach the hotel after covering approx 50 km. Freshen up at the hotel. The remaining day can be spent either by resting or by wandering around. Dinner and Night Stay at Paro.

Day 5 Paro Local Sightseeing

Light Breakfast will be served in the morning. Get ready as it is the day of Paro sightseeing as per your Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package. Visit Taktsang Monastery, Nationa Museum of Bhutan, Paro Dzong, etc one by one. After sightseeing, you will be guided back to the hotel again for the Night stay after being served a delicious dinner.

Day 6 Haa Valley & Che-le-la Pass Sightseeing

Go for a sightseeing excursion at Haa Valley & Che-le-la Pass Sightseeing with this Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package. 30 km away from Paro, it is one of the most beautiful valleys in the country surrounded by mountains and vast grasslands. During your journey to Haa valley, you will also explore breathtaking Chele-la-pass. Situated at an altitude of 3988, it offers a great view of Mount Chomolhari and Jichu Drakey. Back to the hotel again at Paro for Night Stay.

Day 7 Transfer to Hasimara

Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package ends today. Breakfast and then say farewell to Bhutan. Check out and then you will be driven towards Hasimara. With your comfortable arrival at Hasimara, Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package comes to an end.

Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package in Details

Bhutan, the ultimate Buddhist Kingdom in the Eastern Himalaya, is the birthplace of the concept of Gross National Happiness. It is truly one of the happiest countries in the world and is replete with some great tourist places. Blesses with stunning natural beauty, this tiny breathtaking country has successfully managed to distinguish itself from other surrounding countries. With this Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package, you can spend a perfect holiday in Bhutan while exploring attractions of Jaigaon, Thimphu, Paro, Haa Valley and Chele la Pass, etc.

Bhutan Textile Museum: The National Textile Museum of Bhutan is an important tourist attraction. It was built in the year 2001 to exhibits Bhutan's ancient achievements in Textile, Artifacts, etc.

Memorial Chorten: The Memorial Stupa also known as the Thimphu Chorten is a memorial made to honour the third Druk Gyalpo, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Made during the year of 1974, it has now become one of the finest tourist spots in Thimphu.

Motithang Takin Preserve: Mohitang Takin Preserve is also one of the attractive sightseeing places in our Bhutan 6 Nights Package. This forest preserve is the home of Bhutan"s national animal takin. This unique and endangered animal attracts many travellers to visit this place during the time of the morning as they come out to eat food near the fence.

Buddha Point: Buddha Dordenma or the gigantic Buddha statue is the major attraction of Buddha point. The statue is 54 metres tall and completely made with Bronze. The statue along with the hills in the backdrop looks stunning to behold.

Paro Dzong: Ringpung Dzong, known as Paro Dzong is a great Buddhist religious site. Sadly, it can be visited only during the auspicious festival Tsechu. However, the courtyard of Rinpung Dzong is always open to exploring for the travellers.

Taktsang Monastery: Tiger's Nest or Taktsang Palphug Monastery or Taktsang Monastery is the most popular monastery in entire Bhutan. It is one of the most sacred Buddhist sites located at the cliffside which offers a stunning panoramic view of the entire valley.

Q: What is the Best Time to Visit Bhutan?
A: Due to its various altitudes, Bhutan experiences a widely varied climate. One can visit this mesmerizing tiny country all the time but October to December and March to May are the best time to visit Bhutan.
Q: What to Eat During Bhutan Tour?
A: Apart from Tourist attractions, Bhutan is also known for its delicious cuisine. Here you can Momo, Datshi Group of Foods, Paa Group of Foods, Goep, Suja, Red Rice, etc.
Q: What are the activities you can do in Bhutan?
A: Several activities such as trekking, sightseeing, photography, Rock Climbing, Rafting, etc can be done in Bhutan.
Q: Can I visit Bhutan during this Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic?
A: Yes, you can. When the Government of Bhutan opens the country for the tourist most of the places can be visited then by following the Government's strict safety norms and protocols.
Q: How is the weather of Bhutan?
A: The weather of Bhutan is quite charming. The temperature of the country does not rise to extreme nor does it fall rapidly at a state of extreme cold.