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Tour Kingdom of Bhutan 2024

Tour __ Miles 14 Days Max 8 Travelers

Experience the Gross National Happiness

Bhutan is a tiny landlocked country in the eastern Himalayas known as the land of the thunder dragon, with a progressive young king, and a beautiful queen who promotes Gross National Happiness.  It is also the country that has some hidden Himalayas peaks. Bordering on the north with China, and India on the south, the rugged country has over 70% of its country with forest.

The Bhutanese have safeguarded their Buddhist culture and ancient way of life, and it’s the traditional aspects that lend great charm and value to the country. We will visit most of the highlights from the 108 Stupa at the Dochu La Pass, the fertility temple of Punakha, ancient dzongs, and finally take a hike to see “Tiger Nest” Taktshang.

As we travel, the lush paddies in the valleys and the hills covered with thick forests will amaze you. Buddhist teachings and philosophy are influential throughout the kingdom, as they have been since the 7th century and traditional reverence for nature has led to Bhutan imposing some of the strictest standards of environmental preservation in the world.

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Major Highlights on the Bhutan Tour

Rich Culture

A country rich in culture and history has many exciting locations like the Tiger's Nest, one of the most known location of Bhutan. Get in touch with the locals and experience the culture here!

Wonderful and different Eateries

Every country has their own cuisine, special and different with different history. With staple cuisines like the Cheese Curry, you will want to try out all these dishes.

Local Guide

With many years of experience and the knowledge of the location, our guides will provide you with the best experience to this amazing location.

Best hotels

Hotels are something travelers don't spend much time in. However the hotels in Bhutan are filled with so much culture that you will feel emerged in the local culture.

Trip Itinerary : Bhutan Tour

Arrival in Kathmandu, go through immigration, collect luggage and look for a co. signage Last Frontiers at the exit gate. Rest and explore Kathmandu.

Overnight at a hotel. Welcome Dinner

Explore Kathmandu.

Overnight at a hotel

Arrival in Paro, go through immigration, collect luggage and look for a co. signage Last Frontiers at the exit gate. Rest and explore Paro.

Overnight at a hotel. Welcome Dinner

Drive on the Bhutanese highway, over the Dochu La Pass and into Punakha for 2 nights.  Take a short walk to the Fertility Temple and visit the Punakha Dzong on the confluence of 2 rivers.

Overnight at hotel. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Drive out for a hike to Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Choeten at 1800 mtr (5905 ft) from Mochu river base is a popular excursion while in Punakha.  Our hike goes through the village of Yebisa.

Overnight at a Hotel. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Today we’ll drive about 4 hours to Phobjikha Valley, one of the most beautiful and remote spots in all of Bhutan and home of the rare black-necked cranes that arrive every year from the Tibetan plateau. We will also visit the Gangtey Monastery, is an important monastery of Nyingmapa school of Buddhism.

Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Today, we take a hike around the Phobjikha Valley, and visit the Gangtey Monastery.

Overnight at a guesthouse. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Start early driving out from Phobjikha crossing Dochu La Pass. Later afternoon walk into the town, watch the only traffic person in entire Bhutan, visit the local farmers market, and enjoy rest of the day.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Guided excursions introduce you to a handicrafts school, a nunnery, and archers in action.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Explore Thimphu until lunch, then drive back to Paro.  Catch up with few more Dzongs, and be ready for next day hike to Tiger Nest.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Hike to the fabled Tiger’s Nest (10,000 ft), full day activity.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

After breakfast, we drive to the Paro International Airport.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast, Lunch included.

After breakfast, we drive to the Paro International Airport.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

After breakfast, we drive to the International Airport.

Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

Special Booking Inquiry

Bhutan Trek Booking


Shared Room

USD$6,800 per person

Single Room

USD$7,500 per person

Price Includes

✓ Bhutan Sustainable Fee USD$200 per night for 9 nights

✓ All Hotels with breakfast in Kathmandu and Bhutan

✓ Welcome Dinner in Kathmandu

✓ Naksel Resort in Paro

✓ Kunzanghing Resort or similar in Punakha

✓ Dewachen Hotel & Spa or similar in Phobjikha Valley

✓ Norkhil Boutique Hotel & Spa in Thimphu

✓ Transfer within the country on a private vehicle

✓ All meals included from Day 03 lunch until Day 12 breakfast

✓ Lunch on Day 12 in Kathmandu

✓ Entrance Fee & Guide Fee for Tours in the cities

✓ Local tour guide

✓ International round trip flight from Kathmandu to Paro ($970 – $1100)

✓ Visa Fee

✓ Royalty Fee

✓ Hiking Tiger’s nest (Taktshang Monastery)

Price Doesn’t Include

X International flights to Nepal

X Travel Insurance

X Items of a Personal Nature

X Emergency Evacuation

X Bottled liquid like water, Juice,

X Any soda or alcoholic drinks

X Any Meals not mentioned

X Gifts, Souvenirs, Donations

X Gratitude to tour guide & driver

Cancellation Policy

  • Non Refundable Deposit of USD$500 three months prior to the trip date.
  • Final payment 2 month prior to the trip date.
  • No refund if canceled after full payment is received.
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Why Take This Trip With Us?

Happiness is the key to Bhutan’s Tourism

Bhutan prides itself on its sustainable approach to tourism. Bhutan is the only country to measure GNH or Gross National Happiness as an indicator of its prosperity.

Traditional Authentic Pure Divine

Imagine what it is traveling in a country where the natives live by their traditions and values, the environment, legacy, and future are of utmost importance to the government and everyone looks forward to development-the cultural way? That’s Bhutan!

Off the Beaten Path as You Can Go

With less than 70,000 international tourists each year, Bhutan is one of the least visited countries in the world. Bhutan is the only country in the world that is not just carbon neutral, but carbon negative. This means that the Bhutanese offset more carbon dioxide than they actually create. 

Why Take This Trip With Us?


Every location has their own people, culture and tradition; Sherpas are the major inhabitants of this location. Sherpas have been residing in the foot of the Himalayas since long. Because of this Sherpas are very adept in this cold and high altitude location. Explore and get involved with the people of the Himalayas and experience their culture, tradition, and lifestyle.

Get Inspired

We believe in so much more than travel. We are always striving towards helping the local economy and the environment in our trips. We have partnered with many organizations that has a purpose on our trip. With this trek we are cooperating with the local Sherpa women of the Khumbu region to promote Women Empowerment.


Many of Nepal’s areas are yet in developing states or are underdeveloped to explore. We have particularly selected to trek through the Sagarmatha National Park because this is one of the must do things during a lifetime. Explore the Khumbu region of Nepal, and you will be amazed to see Everest, its people, and have it checked.

What To Expect?

Note On Itinerary

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This trip is considered easy – moderate. It’s a great introduction to Bhutan, particularly if you curious to explore Bhutan before jumping into a high altitude trek. This trip do have couple of days with some good hours of walking/hiking at elevation.  However, you will have the option to opt out if you wish.

Air Travel

Flying into Bhutan is little tricky, as you will have to board on a Bhutan based flight from cities like Bangkok, Delhi, Kathmandu, Singapore.  The best route is to fly into Bangkok, and then we will take care of the flight from Bangkok to Paro.  Please check with your travel agent for a better route to fly into Bangkok. We advise you to check with us before purchasing your airline tickets to ensure your trip has the necessary minimum number of participants required to operate.


The two best seasons for visiting Bhutan are spring (March to May) and autumn (mid Sept to mid Dec). The winter months are also possible, however, you will have to prepare yourself with some cold nights!

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