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Experience the Magic of Bhutan in Just 4 Days: A Comprehensive Tour Package
Welcome to the 4 Days Discover Bhutan Tour Package, one of the Best Bhutan Tour Packages available!
Experience the enchanting beauty and rich cultural heritage of Bhutan, known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon”. Our expertly crafted itinerary is designed to give you a taste of the best that Bhutan has to offer in just four days.
On day one, you’ll arrive in Paro, where you’ll be greeted by our friendly local guide and taken to your hotel. After settling in, we’ll take you to visit the National Museum, housed in a magnificent 17th-century watchtower. You’ll also visit Paro Dzong, a stunning fortress and monastery that’s a must-see for any visitor to Bhutan.
On day two, we’ll journey to Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital city. En route, we’ll stop at the Tachog Lhakhang iron bridge, one of the country’s most picturesque sights. Once in Thimphu, we’ll explore the Memorial Chorten, a stupa that’s both a monument to Bhutan’s third king and a popular place of worship. You’ll also visit the majestic Buddha Dordenma statue, one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world.
Day three takes us to Punakha, where we’ll visit the stunning Punakha Dzong, a fortress that’s also home to the country’s most beautiful temple. You’ll also have the chance to see the Chimi Lhakhang temple, a fertility temple that’s a popular destination for couples.
On the final day of your tour, we’ll journey back to Paro, where we’ll visit the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery, perched high on a cliff overlooking the valley. This iconic Bhutanese landmark is a must-see for any visitor to the country.
With comfortable accommodations, knowledgeable local guides, and all transportation included, our 4 Days Discover Bhutan Tour Package is the perfect way to explore the best of Bhutan in just four days. Book your tour now and discover the magic of the Land of the Thunder Dragon!
Major Highlights of this 4 Days Discover Bhutan Tour Package
The 4 Days Discover Bhutan Tour Package covers some of the major highlights of this beautiful country. The major highlights that you can look forward to:
Paro: Visit the National Museum, housed in a 17th-century watchtower and the stunning Paro Dzong, a fortress and monastery.
Thimphu: Explore the Memorial Chorten, a stupa that’s both a monument to Bhutan’s third king and a popular place of worship. Also, visit the Buddha Dordenma statue, one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world.
Punakha: Visit the stunning Punakha Dzong, a fortress that’s also home to the country’s most beautiful temple. You can also see the Chimi Lhakhang temple, a fertility temple that’s a popular destination for couples.
Tiger’s Nest Monastery: The tour ends with a visit to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery, a Bhutanese landmark that’s perched high on a cliff overlooking the valley.
Overall, this tour package provides an opportunity to explore Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and iconic landmarks in just four days. With the expert guidance of a local tour guide, you can immerse yourself in the unique charm of this beautiful country.
What is included in the tour package?
The tour package includes all transportation, comfortable accommodations, meals, and a knowledgeable local guide.
Is airfare included in the tour package?
No, airfare is not included in the tour package.
What is the best time to visit Bhutan?
The best time to visit Bhutan is from March to May and September to November when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear.
Do I need a visa to travel to Bhutan?
Yes, all foreign nationals require a visa to travel to Bhutan, which is arranged by a licensed Bhutanese tour operator.
Is this tour package suitable for children?
Yes, this tour package is suitable for children, but it’s important to note that there may be some walking involved, and the altitude may be challenging for younger children.
What should I pack for this tour?
You should pack comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for walking, a warm jacket, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. Additionally, it’s recommended to carry some cash as credit cards may not be accepted everywhere.
Show up at Paro Worldwide Air terminal and lock in for one of the most grand drives of your lifetime as you venture out from Paro to Thimphu. The hypnotizing mountains and streaming waterways will be your buddies all through this excursion. When you show up in Thimphu, allow yourself daily of straightforwardness and unwinding as you adapt.
For such a long time, Bhutan has carefully hidden its engineering, keeping it generally immaculate by the impacts of the cutting edge world. Its noteworthy fortresses called Dzongs are an overwhelming piece of Bhutan's building collection. For the most part worked on bluffs and slope best, these strengthened structures should be visible from a long ways off. Their insides, decorated with paintings, elaborate carvings and compositions make for a strange encounter. Begin your touring experience with Simtokha Dzong, a cloister worked in 1627 that today houses the Establishment for Language and Social Examinations.
Advance toward Punakha to see the value in the exclusive shades of the Bhutanese culture. Your most memorable fervor of the day — Dochula Pass. Only 45-minutes from Thimphu, this mountain pass is situated at a height of 3100m, offering amazing perspectives on the Himalayan reach. Wind up flabbergasted at your next stop, Chimi Lhakhang or the richness sanctuary worked in 1499. As indicated by the nearby custom, childless ladies go to the sanctuary to get favors or strengthening from the holy person Drukpa Kunley.
While in Punakha, visit the Punakha Dzong, the regulatory focal point of the locale. All it stands gloriously on an island between the conjunction of the Pho Chhu (Male) and Mo Chhu (Female) waterway and is one of the most attractive of Bhutan's old fortifications. The Dzong joins the central area by a curved wooden extension and houses numerous valuable relics of the past rulers.
On the last visit of your excursion, advance your insight into Bhutanese workmanship and history, at the Public Exhibition hall of Bhutan. It houses 3000 bits of workmanship covering over 1,500 years of Bhutan's social legacy. Allow the day to roll and show up at Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the most seasoned sanctuaries of the city. It is accepted that this sanctuary was worked in 659 to repress a demoness living nearby. The story may simply be a neighborhood legend, however the extraordinary design of the sanctuary is really incredible itself.
Day 5: End your vacation 3000 feet high!
tigers-home religious community
Indulge yourself with a heavenly breakfast and go to the superb Tiger's Home Religious community or Taktshang Goemba. This wonderful religious community is roosted problematically 3,000 feet over the valley floor, with a winding flight of stairs fixed with strings of brilliant petitioning heaven banners paving the way to it. It's a genuinely steep uphill trip, yet the tranquility and excellence of the mind boggling will leave you entranced.
For a look into the existence of individuals of Bhutan, advance toward a nearby farmhouse, meet local people and test a few home-cooked luxuries. You could likewise take a shot at Bhutan's public game - toxophilism; deck-up in Bhutan's public dress (gho and kira) and swallow down some Ara, a nearby drink made of rice.
When in Paro, pause for a minute to pause and shop for trinkets from the neighborhood stores. There are 13 conventional expressions and specialties that Bhutan is especially glad for that you will actually want to appreciate and in any event, bring back. Nearby business sectors in Paro additionally have a fascinating choice of woven stick and bamboo items, as well as divinities and craftsmanships cut out of wood, stone and mud.
Note: In the event that you are in Paro in Spring, be a piece of the spring celebration — Paro Tshechu. Priests, local people and vacationers spruce up in customary clothing types and veils, and dance. Remember to gather petitioning heaven banners here.