This short Bhutan tour includes the major tourist attraction in western Bhutan. The Bhutan tour starts from the picturesque Paro Valley, drive to Thimphu. Visit various sites, including the National Library, National Memorial Chorten, School of Arts and Crafts, Buddha Point, etc. Further, visit Punakha Dzong, arguably one of the finest example of Bhutanese architecture before driving back to Paro. In Paro visit the famous Taktshang Monastery also known as ” Tiger’s Nest”.
Six hours ahead of GMT and half an hour ahead of Indian Standard Time.
Bhutanese unit of currency is the Ngultrum. 1Nu. = 100 Chetrum. The Ngultrum is at par with the Indian Rupee. Approx. 1 USD = Nu/60.00.
Visa & permit for Bhutan is already included in your package price.
Bhutanese Delicacies are limited with spicy Chillies and Cheese. However you will be served a Buffet of continental food with some local dishes too. On Treks, our trained cooks prepare dishes suitable to western tastes ranging from continental to Chinese and Bhutanese to Indian.
Due to wide range of temperature and climatic conditions, it is advisable to bring appropriate clothing. From May to Sep. cotton clothes are sufficient, plus a woolen sweater or light jacket. From November to the end of April, you will need very warm clothes including long underwear or woolen tights to wear under trousers, and down jacket or coat. During visit to the monasteries, Dzongs and other religious institution, you should not wear shorts, hats and should be properly dressed.
The photographic opportunities on all trips are immense. If you wish to record the local people, their houses and shops etc. You can always ask by gesture, if it’s okay to take pictures. Also while visiting Dzongs, monasteries, and religious institutions; please follow your guide’s instruction carefully. Photography inside the Dzongs and monuments are not allowed. Although films and batteries are available locally, it is best to bring it yourself.
The price that we offer do not cover your Travel Insurance. It is imperative that you have full comprehensive insurance cover to protect against unforeseen accidents and mishaps. Such policies are not available in Bhutan. It should adequately cover baggage and travel delays etc. and helicopter evacuation, transportation and medical assistance in case of treks.
The Bhutanese authorities strictly prohibit the export of any religious Antiquity or antiques of any type. All personal electronics, Cameras, Video Cameras, Computers and personal electronic equipment may be brought into the country but they must be listed on the custom form provided on arrival at Paro airport and will be checked on departure. Two liters of alcohol and reasonable quantity of cigarettes may be brought into the country without duty.
There are only limited countries from where there are direct flights to Bhutan:
Ex. Nepal: Daily flights
Ex. Kolkata: Daily flights
Ex. Delhi: Daily flights
Ex. Singapore: Sundays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
Ex. Bangkok: Daily Flights
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