Tour to the land of Happiness - Bhutan

To the land of Happiness - Bhutan

Place: Bhutan

Type: Tours

Endurance: Medium

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Trekking / Camping / Photography

Cost: Rs.28500.00





Adventure Tours






Tour To Bhutan

Himalayan Tour

Adventure Tour



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Day 01:
Arrive at Bagdogra Airport & travel to Phuentsholing, the border town.
Here is where you will be shocked to see the cultural differences in Bhutan
The discipline, the cleanliness & focus on hygiene.
Enjoy the first day at the Happy Bhutan & relax.

Day 02:
After Permits, start for Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan
Drive through the mesmerizing Himalayas.
Enjoy the nature & oxygen. Let the fresh air fill your Lungs.
Reach Thimphu by 4 pm
Visit Local Markets & enjoy a Bhutanese meal.

Day 03:
Visit the Tallest Budha Statue @ 169ft. Situtated in the   highest point of Thimphu. A visual Spectacle.
Visit Kings Memorial Chorten, Daikin Reserve, Kings Palace.
Tonight we go Partying in the Bhutanese happening places

Day 04:
Today we Travel to Punakha a small town, percher on a hilltop, famous for its Dzong also known as the Palace of GREAT HAPPINESS.
We travel  through Dochulla Pass to get here.
Visit Chimi Lakhang, The Fertility Temple, on the Return Journey.

Day 05:
Today we Travel to Paro, The vast idyllic valley, surrounded with meticulously manicured paddy fields. Paro sits at the bottom of the mount Jomolhari. Enveloped with mountains on all sides, the valley is home to the only International Airport in the country, connecting Bhutan to the world.
Flooded with historic sites and dotted with traditional farmhouses, the valley offers more than what meets the eye. This is a place for true relaxation & hearty shopping.

Day 06:
The highlight of the trip. We hike up to the Tigers Nest monastery!
The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is a small collection of buildings precariously perched on a cliff, 900m (3,000ft) off of the ground. It’s stunning because of it’s beauty and location.
The hike is Moderate to Difficult and may take 5-6 hours to complete. About 6km two way.
Enjoy a Stone bath in the Evening (Cost at Actuals)

Day 07:
Travel back to Phuentsholing.The last Day. A relaxed Day.

Day 08:
Fly-out from Bagdogra & End of Tour.

• Torch
• Identity Proof
• warm jacket (compulsory)
• Windcheaters
• warm clothes (compulsory)
• Medicine those if u require usually (Optional)
• Woolen cap
• Balaclava
• Pair of Woolen Gloves
• T-shirts
• Windproof Jacket 01 nos.
• Leggings from a Track-suit
• Cotton Socks
• Full Body Towel 01 nos.
• Torch with spare batteries

BF & Dinner through out the trip
Accomodation on Sharing Basis in Deluxe Hotels
Transportation in Non AC vehicles
All permits


Air Fare /Train Fare to reach Bagdogra and Back
Horse, Pony, Monument / Museum / Park Entry Charges. Camera & Video Camera Fees.
Travel Insurance
Any personal expense(s), medical expense(s), Incidental expense(s), Special request(s), All other shopping / cost incurred, Porters, Phone Calls, Laundry, Bottled Mineral Water.
Any Kind Of Expenses For Loss / Misplaced / Theft of Personal Belongings.
Any Kind Of Extra Meals / Snacks/ Drinks Ordered.Cost Incidental To Any Change In The Itinerary- Stay On Account Of Train Cancellation / Ill Health / Road Blocks And / Or Any Factors Beyond Control.

By Air


By Train


By Road




One word to describe Bhutan – Shangri-La – a paradise of complete bliss, delight, and peace. The land of happiness – where wealth is measured by your happiness quotient. Yes, Bhutan is the only country in the world which has a measure of happiness, GNH (Gross National Happiness). Surprised?? Don’t be!!! This country has inculcated a culture of staying happy and imparting happiness.

From mesmerizing mountains to rich cultural heritage to spotlessly clean cities and towns, Bhutan offers it all. Bhutanese adore their mountains, admire their Dzongs, and revere their Lakhangs. Bhutanese cuisine is a veritable treat to gastronomes. Located in the foothills of the great Himalayas, this paradise comprises rather unique cultural landscape which has witnessed the country’s customs, traditions, history, and ways of living.

The diversity of the landscape at Bhutan is like a kaleidoscope – from serene Samdrup (the oldest town in Bhutan) to baffling Bumthang to perplexing Phobjika to Tranquil Thimpu to placed Paro to humble Haa (the humility and innocence of the people here are astounding).

Witness the culture of “the awakened one” Buddha. Get bewitched in the land of unique customs and people with deeply held beliefs – join us in exploring and experiencing the mystical land of happiness.



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