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Affordable Bhutan Luxury Tour


The 5 Nights Bhutan Affordable Luxury Tour offers an incredible experience of the kingdom of Bhutan with all the comforts of a four-star accommodation. Opt for a stress- free grand getaway to the luxury Himalayan Key forest Resort and boutique hotels. Stunning accommodations and outstanding natural beauty makes Bhutan worth visiting.

Explore ancient monasteries & Dzongs, venture into the flavors and scents of the wild forest in this Bhutan luxury tour. You can hike to meet monks on hilltop monasteries, explore traditional villages, hang out with locals, hoist prayer flags or soak in traditional hot stone bath and relax.

Package Details :

Duration : 05 Nights/6 Days .

Destination Covered : Thimphu- Dochu La- Punakha- Paro .

Day 01: Arrive at Paro- Drive to Thimphu (55kms/1.5hours)

Experience the breathtaking views of the high Himalayan peaks as you fly into Paro valley (2,200 meters) where you can get the first glimpse of this magical country. After the visa formalities at Paro airport, meet your personal guide and driver.

Discover the mountains speckled with sacred temples and monasteries as you drive from Paro to Thimphu.

  • On the way stop at Tachhog Lhakhang (the Iron Chain Bridge), a temple located across the famous iron chain bridge built over the meandering Pa Chhu (Paro River). Devour yourself to the invigorating ambience of the medieval surrounding of the place. The cool-sweeping breeze and bright colored prayer flags is a feast to the eye.
  • Upon arriving Thimphu (2,300 meters), check in your hotel and freshen up before visiting the exquisite massive structure of Thimphu Tashichoe Dzong- a master piece of Bhutanese architecture.
  • Visit the local archery ground where the locals celebrate the national sport with dance and song with every hit.
  • Take a stroll in evening around Thimphu town and absorb the magical atmosphere of the capital city while capturing the sight of the contemporary Bhutanese life.

Overnight at Norkhil Boutique in Thimphu

Day 02: Explore Thimphu

  • National Memorial Chorten

Take a morning stroll to the National Memorial Chorten, one of the most prominent landmarks in Thimphu.

  • Buddha Dordenma 

Capture the vibrant Buddha Dordema statue in the early morning sunrise. Apart from the serenity of the place the view of the Thimphu city from this mountain is gorgeous. 

  • Wangditse Hike (1.5 hours hike)

Venture through the flavors and scents of thick pine forest along the side of Thimphu valley leading to the glorious Wangditse temple. It is one and half hour - easy hike crossing local apple farms and houses which could be exciting for the kids. The trail further takes into trees of oak, pine, and rhododendron which accompany you throughout the hike while occasionally opening to the view of the Buddha Dordenma statue, Tashichoe Dzong and Thimphu valley.

 

From Wangditse Temple you have the option to hike back the same way and drive to Dechenphodrang Monastery or hike down to Dechenphodrang Monastery where you can meet young monks undergoing their monastic schooling. You can interact with the monks and witness their day to day life.

  • Visit ABC, the Authentic Bhutanese Crafts Bazaar which is a perfect place to buy authentic Bhutanese souvenirs to take back home.

Overnight at Norkhil Boutique in Thimphu

Day 03: Thimphu- Punakha via Dochu La- (71kms/3hours)

After a hearty meal start your journey to Punakha, the ancient capital of Bhutan.

  • On the way break at Dochu La- Pass at 3,100 meters above the sea level. Sip a cup hot coffee at the Dochu La cafeteria while enjoying the mesmerizing panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges. If  skies are  clear, the  high  Himalayan  peaks towards the north east  will  be  revealed  in all  their  glory. Take in the 108 stupas beautifully adorned on the pass with the blue sky back drop.

Continue to the golden valley of Punakha at an elevation of 1,200 meters, you will observe the change in vegetation from semi alpine to temperate.

 

  • On arriving Punakha; visit the majestic Punakha Dzong located between two rivers, Pho Chu (Male River) and Mo Chu (Female River). Feast your eyes to the impressive architecture and intricate wood carving and sculptors.
  • Walk along the path through the traditional houses of Sopsokha village amidst agricultural field of rice and mustard, leading to a hillock where the temple of the Divine Mad monk is located.

Overnight at RKPO Green Resort in Punakha

Day 04: Punakha- Paro (124kms/4hours)

Take a scenic drive from Punakha to Paro after Breakfast.

Hoist prayer flags at Dochu La and leave your aspiration for the benefit of all sentient beings.

Upon arriving Paro, take an enchanting hike to the ancient Zuri Dzong. The view of the Paro valley and Paro Dzong from this spot is truly magical.

  • Take a stroll through the typical Bhutanese buildings of Paro town before checking in your hotel.

The rest of the evening is at leisure to unwind and absorb the beauty of this isolated kingdom and the surrounding to the Himalayan Key Forest Resort, a name suited for the accommodation.

 

Overnight at Himalayan Key Forest Resort in Paro

Day 05: Hike to the Legendary Tiger’s Nest Monastery (4-6 hours hike)

Get your energy up at breakfast this morning for a hike to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery.

  • Hike up to Tiger’s Nest - one of Bhutan’s most revered pilgrim sites. Experience the overwhelming sight of the monastery perched on a cliff at 3,120 meters above the sea level and 900 meters above Paro valley.

  • Visit ancient Kichu Temple of the 7th century and learn about the myths and legends associated to the construction of the temple.

 Overnight at Himalayan Key Forest Resort in Paro

Day 06: Departure

Our team will drop you to the airport and bid you farewell.

Read Customer Reviews

5.0 / 2 Reviews

Raluca P
Hong Kong

Amazing experience

Bhutan itself is a special place. However you need someone to help you prepare your trip, someone to drive you around and someone to guide you and explain things to you. Thinley, Rinchen and Phurba were all great. Kind, flexible - giving hundred percent to accommodate or help us. Just an example of Genuine Kindness : after the hike to the Tiger Nest, Rinchen was waiting for us with milk-tea (that she prepared) and biscuits.
We had a packed itinerary and we managed to do everything. I highly recommend Bhutan Best Inbound tour!


Wendy
San Francisco, California

Thanks for an amazing trip to Bhutan!

My boyfriend and I wanted to spend 3 days in Bhutan since we were coming to India for a wedding, so I reached out to several tour companies who would be willing to work with us for a short private tour. I reached out to several companies, and I found Thinley with Bhutan Best Inbound Tour to be the most responsive and flexible during the booking process. Thinley allowed me to pick and choose the 4-star hotel option I wanted (we upgraded to 4-star hotels) for a flat fee. Other companies gave me different prices for different 4-star hotels, so I found that I got more value as another company wanted more for the upgrade to the same 4-star hotel.

To pay, we had to do an international money transfer for avoid some serious credit card fees ($100+ for our tour), and Thinley was very patient with us, as this process took a while. We did a test transfer first since we didn’t want to risk losing a large amount of money into an international banking black hole, and that took about a week to arrive, so we were worried that we weren’t going to submit our payment in time, as our plane tickets were about to be released. Thinley offered to pay for our tickets while we finished our entire payment, which we really appreciated, as the company was willing to foot our very expensive plane tickets for us while they awaited the rest of our payment.

When we were in Bhutan, we really got the VIP treatment. Our guide, Dorje, was wonderful and incredibly accommodating, and our driver was also nice and always showed up right on time. When we provided feedback after the first day that we wanted to stick to our original itinerary (I had expressed concern that we might be missing sites based on the original itinerary sent to me), Dorje immediately remedied the situation. Thinley also called us and apologized for not meeting us in person, which is way more than was necessary. She gave us some prayer flags and parting gifts, which really went above and beyond my expectations.

We had a lovely time in Bhutan thanks to the Bhutan Beat Inbound team, and we would definitely recommend them to anyone looking to visit Bhutan :)