- Duration : 07 Nights - 08 Days
- Ex Departure : Bagdogra/ NJP Railway Station
- Drop Location : Bagdogra/ NJP Railway Station
Nuzzled in the Eastern boundaries of Himalayas, Bhutan is a South Asian Country and is also a good neighbor of India. This Buddhist country is no less than any museum as it is dotted with world-class monasteries and fortresses. It is a top tourist destination with more of green landscapes than any human-made structure. Bhutan focuses on eco-tourism and is a hub for adventure activities such as trekking and hiking lush green landscapes consisting of dense forests, thrilling cliffs and highest peaks.
Embark upon a fascinating journey to Bhutan by road from Delhi and feast your eyes with bountiful of museum-like Bhutan Road Trip itinerary. Your abroad trip from India to Bhutan by train is also possible for which you have to arrive in Siliguri first. We provide you the best Bhutan Road Trip cost to offer the best experience of this Budhhist Kingdom through a clear road map.
Accommodation: Hotel Rooms
- 02 Night Hotel Accommodation in Phuentsholing.
- 02 Night Hotel Accommodation in Thimpu.
- 01 Night Hotel Accommodation in Punkha.
- 02 Night Hotel Accommodation in Paro.
- Tempo Traveller/Innova/Wag nor
Meals: (Breakfast + Dinner)
- Total 7 Breakfasts + 7 Dinners
- All sightseeing according to itinerary.
- All Taxes Included.
- Bhutan Entry Permit.
- TRVME 24by7 Hour Assistance.
- Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered.
- Anything not specifically mentioned under the head â€œPrices includedâ€.
- The Services of Vehicle is not included on leisure days & after finishing the sightseeing tour.
- Guide fee, Camera fee & any monument Entrances.
- Medical & Travel insurance.
- Any changes you may choose to make during your tour.
- Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions About "Bhutan Road Trip 8 days 7 Nights, Group"
Question 1: Which is the nearest railway station to reach Bhutan ?
Answer: (a) New Jalpaiguri railway station (b) New Alipurduar railway station
Question 2: How many airports are there in Bhutan ?
Answer: 4 Airports
(a) Paro International Airport (b) Yongphulla Airport (c) Gelephu Airport (d) Bathpalathang Airport
Question 3: Which language is used in Bhutan ?
Answer: Dzongkha Official language
Question 4: Which is the main festival of Bhutan ?
Answer: Tshechuis the most famous festival in Bhutan.
Question 5: Do we need a visa to visit Bhutan ?
Answer: Indians do not require a visa to enter Bhutan.
Question 6: Is Bhutan a safe country for travelers ?
Answer: Bhutan is a very safe country. Bhutan is also known as The Land of Happiness and the people here are very good and helpful.
Question 7: How many days are required to visit to Bhutan ?
Answer: It takes 5 to 8 days to visit Bhutan's famous place.
Question 8: Where is Bhutan Located ?
Answer: Bhutan is a very small country which lies between China and India.
Question 9: which month is best to visit Bhutan ?
Answer: October and November are the best months to visit Bhutan.
Question 10: Which currency is used in Bhutan ?
Answer: Bhutanese ngultrum
Question 11: What is the most famous to see in Bhutan ?
Answer: Tiger's Nest (Taktsang) Monastery is the most famous place to see in Bhutan.
Immigration process, and Drive to Thimpu.Take the morning breakfast and get ready to take on your travel tour! Start this refreshing and adventurous tour to witness a high dose of entertainment. Gear up from Phuentsholing and take around 176 km travel to reach Thimphu, this travel will take around 7 hours and offer mind blowing views to you. Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan with population intensity of approx 1000,000 people. On the way, visit waterfalls and Chukha Hydral Project and Dam (Top View) and appreciate the common magnificence of Bhutan. Enjoy your leisure moments in Thimphu and go for the delicious dinner at the end of the day. Enjoy delicious meals and take a sweet overnight nap to drain your fatigue in Thimphu.
Full day Thimpu sightseeing.On day number 3, you will enjoy the mesmerizing moments of refreshing Thimphu including Buddha Point, Tashicchhoe Dzong, BBS Tower, Handicraft Institute, School of Arts and Crafts, The Memorial Chorten, Semtokha Dzong, National Library, The Institute of Traditional Medicine, Changlimithang Stadium, Motithang Takin Reserve (Takin-National creature of Bhutan). Spend your outing moments with your dear ones at this amazing destination and fill the bag of your memories. At the end of the day, go for the delicious dinner in your accommodation and then take the sweet overnight nap at Thimphu to wipe out the day stress.
Thimpu to Punakha.After breakfast, drive up to Dochu-la pass (3,088m/10,130 ft) halting quickly here to take in the view and appreciate the chorten, mani divider, and supplication banners which adorn the most elevated point out and about. On appearance look into the hotel.Afternoon visit Punakha Dzong or 'Royal residence of Great Happiness or Bliss, worked at the intersection of the Phochu and Mochu waterways in 1637 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. In the wake of investigating Punakha downtown area, leave on a short strolling outing to Chimi Lhakhang, situated on an edge encompassed by lovely paddy fields. End up your day with the most mesmerizing memories and have delicious meals in dinner. Wipe out the travel stress with a sweet nap in your hotel room.
Punakha to Paro.After breakfast drive back to Paro dropping down from Dochu La, follow the path back up the emotional Wang Chhu and Paro Chhu waterway valleys, before intersection through Paro town towards the north finish of the valley. On the way visit Simtokha Dzong, the most seasoned post of the nation developed by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1629. Later in the day in the wake of looking into inn, continue to visit Ta Dzong, initially worked as Watchtower, which currently houses National Museum. At that point stroll down the path to visit Rinpung Dzong, which has a long and captivating history. At night time, go for a walk around intriguing downtown area of Paro. Enjoy the overnight sweet nap in Paro.
Trek to Tiger Nest.After breakfast trip to Taktshang Monastery (approx. 5 hours full circle walk): It is one of the most popular of Bhutan's religious communities, roosted on a bluff 900m over the Paro valley floor. It is said that Guru Rinpoche showed up here on the rear of a tigress and pondered at this religious community and subsequently it is called 'Tiger's Nest'. This site has been perceived as a most holy spot and visited by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1646 and now visited by all Bhutanese at any rate once in the course of their life. The climb to the cloister makes an awe inspiring half day outing. Take a relaxing nap in your pre booked hotel in Paro.
Paro to Phuentsholing.After breakfast, drive back to Phuentsholing. A short drive from Paro town, you will see to your left side Tschogang Lhakhang. It is a private sanctuary, worked in fifteenth century, as the aftereffect of appearance from Balaha, the great pony, an indication of Chenrezig, the sympathetic Buddha. Drive further taking a short stop at see purpose of Chukhha Hydropower venture. Phuentsholing goes under Chhukha area, the locale which flaunts the Chukhha and Tala Hyndropower ventures. Enjoy the leisure moments in Phuentsholing town or investigate town of Jaigaon (West Bengal) across Bhutan door. After dinner, enjoy the relaxing stay in your pre booked hotel in Phuentsholing.
Departure to Bagdogra/NJP.After breakfast, proceed towards Bagdogra Airport/New Jalpaiguri Railway Station in continuation to your return journey. Checkout from your hotel and our team member will guide you to your drop point and you will leave for your desired destinations.
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5based on 3 ratings
Kanak Rajput Mar 19, 2020
Bhutan is truly a prosperous country, everyone must go here once with family. the culture here is also very amazing.
Anshu Sep 27, 2019
One of the best holiday we spent in Bhutan . Natural beauty of Bhutan & stay at Punakha & Paro is the unforgettable experience of our visit in Bhutan . May God bless the people & greenery of Bhutan ...wish to visit again & thanks to trvme