- Get an insight into Bhutan’s rich culture and traditions through the sanctuary journey.
- Soak in the spiritual atmosphere and calmness of Bhutan.
- Discover the beauty of marvelous Dzong (forts) and Unveil the impressive cultural heritage.
- Hike to the sacred Taktsang Monastery “Tiger’s Nest”.
- Meet up with the happiest people on earth.
Bhutan tour 5 days 4 nights is the best way to explore Bhutan, encompassing three beautiful valleys Paro, Thimpu and Punakha, the touristic attractions of “the land of thunder dragon”. 5 days short yet amazing Bhutan tour serves many natural treasures and historic setting of Bhutan such as the regal monasteries, several Dzong, radiant mountains and fascinating Bhutanese people, also known as the happiest people on earth, along with their culture, religion, traditions, natural vegetation and many more. A huge attraction of mystic Bhutan is its peaceful scenario and pure fresh air which reminds you there is no place like Bhutan in terms of embracing the calmness and natural beauty. Taking a short break from day-to-day hustling and bustling, you can find your own peace balancing between mind, body, and spirit through this sanctuary journey.
Bhutan tour 5 days 4 nights follows the classic travel route from Paro to Thimpu and allows you to walk around the Punakha valley decorated by the surreal view. During the tour you will visit world-famous Taktsang Monastery (The Tiger’s Nest Monastery), Trashichho Dzong (Fortress of the glorious religion), Punakhadzong via Dochula Pass, ChimiLhakhang (Fertility temple), Rinpung Dzong (Fortress of the heap of jewels), Ta Dzong (National Museum) and KyeichuLhakhang. Traveling through the most famous tourist destination of Bhutan, you will get closure insight of traditional Bhutanese arts, amazing diversity of flora and fauna, along with eye-catchy landscapes of this Himalayan Kingdom which begins from the adrenaline-filled landing at Paro. The major attraction of this 5 days Bhutan tour is a hike to the sacred Buddhist site Taktsang Monastery, famously known as Tiger’s nest which unveils the marvelous views of Paro valley. Admiring the deep-rooted traditional culture and handicrafts and the textile making of Bhutan, your journey ends with a lifelong memory of this tiny Kingdom.
Experience the best of Bhutan through this 5 days Bhutan tour with one of the most trusted travel agencies in Nepal, Nepal Adventure Team which offers you professional local tour guides, deluxe transportation, and the best hassle-free services. Scroll down and you will find the best five-day detailed itinerary for you, wherein you can cover the highlights of Bhutan.
Your team leader has the authority to modify any part of the itinerary due to unexpected natural causes. Due to safety reasons, if weather conditions or health condition of a group member is not good we cannot guarantee the success of this tour but our every effort will be made to keep following the above itinerary. Therefore please be prepared to be flexible if things don’t go according to plan. This only happens in extreme emergency cases. Otherwise, your team leader helps you get the most out of your adventure in the land of the mysterious Kingdom, Bhutan.
Meals and Accommodation
Hotels in Bhutan are rated according to a national five-star rating system referred to as the “Hotel Star System” that classifies the various hotels and resorts, based on availability at the time of booking, you will be accommodated in a three-star hotel. All accommodations are on a twin-shared basis, we assured you comforts and traditional Bhutanese hospitality offered by the hotel which is incredible. Besides, you can have free Wi-Fi, television,24 hours front desk and room services, luggage storage and dry cleaning.
All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) are provided during your journey. The most popular Indian, Chinese, and the more common continental food are available in hotels of Bhutan. It is also welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu where you can enjoy Nepali food Daal, Bhaat. In Bhutan, you can enjoy their traditional dish “ Ema Datshi”, where “Ema” means “chili” and “Datse” means “cheese” in Bhutan so that it is made of chili peppers and cheese, paired with nutty red rice, for your information Bhutanese cuisines are widely known for its spicy flavor and rice forms the main body of main Bhutanese meal.
Well experienced, licensed local tour guide, wearing traditional “Gho” or its female equivalent “Kira”, will be guiding you throughout the tour in Bhutan. Anything you want to know about Bhutan, you will be answered by your guide. Get useful information about religion, culture, and traditions about Bhutan as much as possible.
All travelers who wish to travel to Bhutan require a visa (excluding Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian passport holders) and they must book their holiday through a Bhutanese tour operator or one of their international partners. Nepal Adventure Team will organize your visa for Bhutan tour prior to the start of your tour. To obtain a visa you have to send us two passport size photos and a copy of your passport.
Best Time to travel
The most popular time to visit Bhutan is autumn and spring seasons which fall on the month from September -November, and March-May respectively, during this season you can have warm weather and clear skies. Many of the biggest festivals fall on this period such as Thimphu Tsechu, Paro Tsechu, Jampey Lhakhang Tsechu, and Trashi Yangtse Tsechu.
Travel documents: Valid passport (valid for six months from the date of your trip), One other picture ID, such as driver’s license (in case of emergency, if you lose your passport you can use it as a substitute for your passport.
Air tickets (Make a copy of flight tickets which may be helpful, in case of loss) and travel insurance.
MasterCard, Visa Credit, and Debit Cards are accepted in Bhutan, along with travelers’ cheque and some cash.
- Waterproof warm Jackets.
- Hiking shorts
- Seasonal clothes
- Hiking/trekking boots
- Socks for hiking boots
- Sunscreen for lips and face
- Long and short T-shirts
- Sun Hats
- Walking Sticks
- Backpack or Suitcase