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Amazing Bhutan Tour Package

Amazing Bhutan Tour Package

Amazing Bhutan Tour Package Overview :

Amazing Bhutan Tour Package, a nation abundantly blessed with natural wonders, offers a remarkable holiday experience. Bhutan’s stunning landscapes of mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and diverse flora and fauna captivate tourists. The country’s temples, museums, and monasteries proudly display its rich heritage. On a 4-day tour, explore local markets for Bhutanese souvenirs like paintings, handicrafts, textiles, masks, and Buddhist art. Moreover, Bhutan offers many delectable dishes to savor during your trip.

Book this Amazing Bhutan Tour Package for 3 nights and 4 days to discover a country steeped in the magic of mountains, monasteries and the magic that is impossible to escape. The last of the great Himalayan kingdoms, Bhutan has a unique blend of Buddhist culture and world development. Your Bhutan travel package will take you through the snow-capped mountains, with panoramic views of gorges and ancient forests.

Bhutan is a country that boasts remarkable features such as monasteries and magnificent fortress-like dzongs. When you visit Bhutan, you can admire unique architecture, trek, discover its history at the National Museum, and experience the beauty of places like Paro Valley, Drukgyel Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, and Tiger’s Nest. While Bhutan offers a plethora of attractions, it is the country’s sacred side that will truly enchant you. Known for its unique measure of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan warmly welcomes tourists. During your 4-day Bhutan tour itinerary, you will have the chance to explore this treasure trove of wisdom, where Buddhist traditions are carefully preserved.

The country becomes even more captivating due to the combination of traditional and contemporary elements, as well as the preservation of the environment in harmony with the cultural heritage. This tour plan offers thrilling treks and breathtaking sightseeing. The tour packages also provide seamless transfers, comfortable stays, delicious food, and enjoyable visits through this picturesque country. Book your Bhutan tour easily from the cities of Kolkata and Delhi, as well as Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Get ready to discover the heavenly beauty of this last Himalayan untouched pocket.

Explore our 4 days in Bhutan itinerary and prepare yourself for an awe-inspiring experience among the stunning scenery while exploring trekking, trekking, and other outdoor adventures.


Arrive at Paro Airport and receive a warm welcome from an agent's representative who will take you to your hotel. Complete your check-in process and overcome your jet lag before embarking on your sightseeing spree. The Paro Valley is one of the widest valleys in the region, and is covered with rice fields. The crystalline river flows down the valley, and the traditional, colorful and decorative houses fill the valley with beauty. The ruins of the ancient ruins of the ruins of the ancient ruin of Paro are one of the most famous archaeological sites in the country. This ruins is one of the four main Dra Dzong (fortresses) in the area, and was built in 1644 to 1649 to celebrate the victory of Bhutanese forces over the Tibetan and Mongol forces. On a clear day, you will be able to see the holy peak of Bhutan from here.
Start your day off with fresh air and a delicious breakfast before heading out on an amazing trek to Tiger's Nest. It's an easy climb to the top and if you're an experienced trekker, you'll be up in no time, but if you're just starting out, you'll need to take a bit longer. This monastery, also known as taktshang goemba or paro taktsang, is a cliff-top monastery that offers a stunning view of the blue pine forest and the red and white of the Rhododendrons trees. It's said that guru Rinpoche came to this place on the tigress' back to appease a local demon, and he meditated there for three months after that. After a day of adrenaline-filled hiking in Bhutan, make your way back to your hotel and unwind your tired body. Tip: You're not allowed to take pictures inside the monastery, so make sure you're not a photographer.
Start your day with a hearty breakfast and explore the ancient history of Bhutan. Your first stops are Rinpung dzong and the National Museum. The Dzong, formerly known as Rinchen pung dzong, is more popularly known by its shortened name, Rinpung, which translates to 'fortress on a heap of jewels'. Construction of the Dzong began in 1644 and it is considered to be a masterpiece of the Bhutanese monastery. It hosts the Paro tsechu, a festival of masks. It used to be a meeting hall for the National Assembly, but now houses the monastic body, the district government, and the local courts. Its grand architecture and stunning views make it one of the must-visit attractions among Bhutan tourist spots. The National Museum: Visit this museum to get a glimpse of the history of Bhutan, which is housed in an ancient ta dzong, a watch tower. Inside the museum, you will find a beautiful collection of old weapons, coins, artifacts, and stamps, as well as a three-dimensional map of Bhutan. After your stay at the museum, you can take a stroll from the museum towards the Dzong, and then back to the town. Along the way, you will be able to take in the panoramic views of the valley, as well as the Ugyen Petri Palace. After a great day of your 4-day Bhutan tour, you can return to your hotel for a restful night’s sleep.
Start your day with a nutritious breakfast and check out from your hotel. From there, you’ll be taken to Paro airport, where you’ll board your flight home.

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