● Scenic flight to Paro.
● Drive to Thimphu crossing Dochula Pass from where you will see wonderful views of the Himalayan mountains.
● Visit Memorial Chorten.
● Explore National Library, Handicrafts Emporium, and Painting School.
● Hike to Taktsang, Tiger's nest monastery.
Known as the land of the Thunder Dragons, Bhutan is a small Himalayan nation. Situated between China and India, Bhutan is a magical country where you will come across mysterious tales and centuries-old architecture. If you want to experience the warmest welcome and unforgettable journey, then Tour to Bhutan is a perfect option for you. Traveling to Bhutan is like traveling back in the time where you will be welcomed by the unspoiled nature and culture. From a stunning landscape to its rich religious beliefs, Bhutan is the place to travel at least once. Moreover, this country holds numerous unclimbed mountains ranging from 3,000 meters to 7,000+ meters on its northern ridge.
With a motto of unlocking hidden and cultural wonders of Bhutan, we are glad to present you our 5 Night 6 Days Bhutan Tour itinerary. Our Bhutan Tour 5 Nights 6 Days is a professionally created package made with the incorporation of our experienced guides. We, Peak Explorer have been organizing several adventurous trips to Bhutan for years now. We want you to experience all of Bhutan during your Bhutan Tour. Along with this, we are also open to make a tailor-made Bhutan Tour itinerary for you to fit your needs and requirements.
Culture & Ethnic Diversity
Bhutan is no doubt a culturally rich Himalayan nation. Here, you will come across centuries of old religious beliefs, art, and architecture. The Bhutanese government has kept Bhuta closed for tourists until the last decades of the 20th century and still has a limitation on the number of tourists that travel to Bhutan. To protect and preserve their culture, independence, and heritage, Bhutan is implementing all sorts of systems and regulations. The culture and tradition of Bhutan dates back to the mid 17th century.
Bhutan is home to numerous ethnic groups who practices culture, tradition, and norms distinctly from one another. However, Ngalop, Sharchop, and Lhotshampa are the main four ethnic groups whereas Bhutanese tribals live in villages throughout Bhutan.
You will be traveling to places like Paro, Thimphu, Trongsa and Punakha during your Bhutan Tour 5 Nights 6 Days. These places are the main attractions of Bhutan Tour. Likewise, as you will move from one town to another, you will cross a pass, DochuLa Pass (3,080 m). From the top of this pass, you will get to see an impressive view of the Himalayan landscape and snow-capped mountains. Similarly, you will be coming across cultivated land, lush green forests, rivers, exotic landmarks, monasteries, ancient fortresses, and cultural hamlets.
Bhutan Tour difficulty
Bhutan Tour 6 Days is an easy journey. There is no any kind of difficulties on this trip that you might have to face. You will cross a pass, however by driving through it. Other than this, if you have motion sickness that can be hectic for you because driving is the only way to move around Bhutan as there is only one airport in Bhutan, no domestic airports.
Altitude Sickness and Prevention
There is no chance of altitude sickness during the Bhuta Tour. You will be touching high points, but it will only for a short time, and that does not make you prone to high altitude sickness.
Transportation and Bag Pack
Bhutan Tour 5 Nights 6 Days begins with a scenic flight to Paro. From here, you will drive to Thimphu. Bhutan Tour is like any other cultural tour where you do not have to carry things that you usually take on treks. You can pack your clothes as per your itinerary. Include your essentials, toiletries, and medical kits.
Food and Accommodation during Bhutan Tour 7 Nights 8 Days
In cities, you will spend time in a 3-star hotel/resort or above as per your budget. Rooms will come with attached washrooms and modern facilities. All meals are included in the package. You will have a wide variety of food available here. We advise you to do try Bhutanese dishes as well.
Best time to go on Bhutan Tour
You can go to Bhutan Tour throughout the year. Spring and Autumn are the most preferable time to go on tour to Bhutan whereas winter also sees many visitors. In winter, you have to carry extra clothes and exploration may get slow down because of the cold.
5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Cost
Bhutan Tour cost can vary from one company to another because the total cost depends on the services you are willing to use during the tour and time of the year. With us, you will get the most authentic 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour cost. The best thing is that we also design Bhutan Tour as per your budget. You can get in touch with us for further information.
● Collect adequate information on the weather and temperature of the country.
● Get yourself a good guide book.
● Pack light.
● Maintain body hydration, you don't want to get sick and lazy.
● Walk slow.
● Carry hand cash.
● Do not get obsessed over network and internet.
● Respect culture and tradition.
Day 1: Arrival in Paro – Thimphu; 1 hr
Fly from Kathmandu to Paro International Airport where you will be welcomed by one of our representatives. He will take you to Thimphu on a private bus/car. Upon aching Thimphu, you will move to the hotel and rest for a few hours. In the late afternoon, you will visit the fortress of the Glorious Religion. Built-in 1641 AD, this fortress was later renovated in 1965 by King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk. This is where the King of Bhutan, his majesty lives. On the other side of the river, you will see a modern building where the National Assembly Hall is situated.
Day 2: Thimphu sightseeing
This day is set apart so that you can enjoy all the wonders of Thimphu. Located on the west bank of Thimphu Chhu, Thimphu is a beautiful wooded valley. The city is old and peaceful. It is the only capital in a world where there are no traffic lights as this place never gets traffic jams. You can buy things like basketwork, weaves in wool, silk & cotton, thangkas, silver jewelry, and other traditional crafts.
After having breakfast, you will visit Memorial Chorten built in the memory of the third king. You will then visit Buddha's point from where you can see an aerial view of Thimphu city. From here, you will head to the National Library and Painting School. Both of these places are preserving ancient manuscripts and traditional art. If you want to buy Bhutanese textiles and other crafts, you can visit Handicrafts Emporium.
There are more places to visit. After having lunch, you will explore Handmade Paper Mill, Changangkha monastery, and if the possible Weekend market (happens on Sunday).
Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha; 2 ½ hrs
You will drive to Punakha, which used to be the capital of Bhutan until 1955. This place is the winter seat of the chief abbot. The temperate climate and the rich fertile valley are supplied by Pho Chu and Mo chu river. On the way to Punakha, you will cross Dochula Pass from where you will see wonderful views of the Himalayan mountains. You will see Druk Wangyal Chortens, which adds more beauty to the pass. Altogether 180 stupas were built here by eldest Queen Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk.
After reaching Punakha, you will get refreshed and visit Punakha Dzong built by Shabdrung in 1637. This dzong is located at the junction of two rivers Pho Chu and Mo Chu. You will then visit Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten built by her Majesty the Queen Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuk. It is one of the splendid works that shows impressive Bhutanese architecture.
Day 4: Thimphu to Paro
After having breakfast, you will drive to Paro following the same route. Upon reaching Paro, you will move to the hotel. You can visit nearby market on your own as the evening is free for you.
Day 5: Sightseeing in Paro
You will wake up early in the morning hike to Taktsang (Tiger's nest monastery), one of the most important monuments of Bhutan. This monastery hangs off the cliff 900 meters above the valley floor. As per the legend, Guru Rinpoche flew on a mythical tigress and meditated in a cave in Bhutan before bringing Buddhism here. After that, you will have a short lunch break and continue walking through the oldest wooden bridge. You will have a free evening to enjoy your time in Paro. Later, you will enjoy a farewell dinner organized by the company.
Day 6: Departure
Today, you will fly back to Kathmandu or to your home. You will be transferred to Paro International Airport our tour guide. He will bid you our last goodbye to you and good wishes to you.
● Overnight in 3-star hotel/resort or above as per your budget.
● Three meals a day- breakfast, lunch & dinner.
● All ground transportation as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned private vehicle.
● Experience English speaking guide.
● Entrance to the monuments (one visit).
● Arrival and departure assistance.
● Can tailor the itinerary depending on your interest and requirement.
● Travel insurance.
● Camera fee at the monuments.
● Personal expenses.
● Tips for guides.
● Warm jacket ● Good leather or waterproof fabric boots or shoes with good soles, ● Waterproof jacket ● Sunglasses ● Warm hat ● sunhat and sunscreen
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Berakfast, Lunch and Dinner
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Spring and Autumn
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