Central Bhutan is one of the most popular destination in Bhutan. This central Bhutan offers beautiful views of Mountains, landscape, ancient monasteries, cities and cultural heritage of Bhutan. Thus this tour becomes more popular than other tours in Bhutan.
Day 01: KATHMANDU TO PARO & THIMPHU : Fly & Drive.
Our Bhutan representative will meet with you in Paro Airport. Visa fee of US$ 50 per Person will be paid in the airport. You will then drive to Thimpu (Capital of Bhutan) Overnight at hotel.
Day 02: THIMPHU SIGHTSEEING TOUR:
Am. Visit Zeleukha Nunnery, National Library & Merorial Chorten of His Majesty Late Jigme Dorjee Wangchuk. Pm. Stroll down town to the Handicraft Development Corporation, which displays all kinds of traditional handicraft products of Bhutan.
Day 03: THIMPHU TO PARO DRIVE (65Kms/02hrs):
Am. After breakfast drive leisurely to Paro. Pm. Drive through the Paro valley to see the Drukgyel Dzong/Kyichu Lhakhang. On a clear day one can see the Majestic Jhomolhari Mountain or better known as the Mountain of Goddess (7314m) Also visit the national museum located in the Ta Dzong which displays a rich collection of fine arts and weapons. Overnight at hotel.
Day 04: PARO DRIVE TO KATHMANDU (FLY):
Drive to airport to connect flight to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, check in at hotel.
High Season: February, March, April, May, August, September, October, November and December
Low Season: January, June and July.
Tour Package Includes Bhutan:
Accommodation / Full board meals / All transfer with sightseeing / English speaking tour Guide / Entrance fees and Permit / Flight Tikcet.
Personal Expenses bar bills, laundry, tips etc / Nepal re-entry visa fee / Travel insurance
Bhutan Travel Tips:
All Foreign National Tourists visiting Bhutan must travel through all inclusive package Tours, for which there is a fixed tariff set by the Royal government of Bhutan. This Tariff includes the Services of accommodation, All meals, Transportation within the country, Guide services, sightseeing and entrance fees for the museums and monuments.
All visitors to Bhutan must have a visa approved prior to arriving in the kingdom. Those who have not had a visa approved will not be permitted to board their Druk Air flight to Bhutan. A two-week visa costs US$50/- + USD 10/- Tourism Tax and actual visa stamping in your passport at Paro Airport during the immigration process. Visas are approved and issued prior to entry, with the prepayment of your travel itinerary. Therefore visitors to Bhutan need to finalize their travel plans well in advance. We recommend 30 days.
Trashi Chhoe Dzong | Memorial Chorten | School of Arts and Crafts | Weekend market | Changlimithang Stadium | National Institute of Traditional Medicine | Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) | Rimpung Dzong | Town of Paro
High Season: USD 210/- PER PERSON / PER NIGHT
Low Season: USD 190/- PER PERSON / PER NIGHT.
VISA COST: USD 50/- PER PERSON
FLIGHT TICKETS: USD 390/- TO 450/- DEPEND ON SEASON (KTM/PBU/KTM)
By Air: The best way to enter Bhutan is by Druk Air, the national air carrier. Following stations are connected with Druk Air Flight.
By Surface: Entry or exit is also possible through Phuntsoling the southern Bhutanese border town. From here the nearest airport is Bagdogra in West Bengal. For travelers wishing to visit indian states of Sikkim, West Bengal along with Bhutan, Phuntsoling serves as the convenient point. Exit from Bhutan can be also made through Samdrup Jongkhar, an important link for visiting further Northeastern states of India. However, Government rules of Bhutan has made it mandatory to use at least one way by air.