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Bhutan Honeymoon Tour

A romantic escape on the roof of the world. The unadulterated scenic beauty, virgin mountains, and overwhelmingly quiet ambiance makes Bhutan the perfect place for your honeymoon plan.

Package Details :

Duration : 06 Nights/ 7Days .

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

Day 01: Paro – Thimphu (55kms/1.5hour)

Elevation at Paro: 2,200 meters.

Experience the breathtaking views of the high Himalayan peaks as you fly into Paro valley (2,300 meters), a fitting desciption to this magical land. After visa formalities at the Paro airport, meet your personal guide and driver.

  • 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 cool-sweeping breeze and bright colored prayer flags. The whole set up a feast to the eye.
  • Five miles from Thimphu, on a lofty ridge, stands Simtokha Dzong the oldest fortress in the Kingdom.
  • 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.
  • Take a stroll in evening around Thimphu town hand in hand and absorb the magical atmosphere of the capital city. Stop at a warm ambient café and connect over a steaming coffee.

Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu

Day 2: Explore 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. 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.

  • Rest of the day free to explore Thimphu on your own or relax at your hotel.

Overnight at hotel in Thimphu


Day 03: Thimphu- Phobjikha (130kms/6hours)

  • Journey to Phobjikha, 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.
  • On arriving Phobjikha valley pay your respect and get blessed from Gangtey monastery. Admire the craft and sculptors of the monastery.
  • Gangtey Nature Trail Hike. The most beautiful and shortest of the existing nature trails in Bhutan. The trail hike starts from the Mani (like Chorten) stone wall to the north of the Gangtey Gonpa and ends in Khewa Lhakhang. The hike takes about 1hr 30minutes through the pine forest and small bamboo plants. You can see the Phobjikha valley so beautifully from this hike. It is one of the best hike places for the Nature lovers. During the winter months, we can see the endangered species of birds – Black Neck Cranes
  • Enjoy the tranquil environment scenery of Phobjikha valley while soaking yourself in traditional hot stone bath.

Overnight at hotel in Phobjikha

Day 04: Phobjikha- Punakha (80kms/3hours)

Driving from Phobjikha to Punakha valley, you will observe the gradual change in vegetation from alpine to sub-tropical to pine forest.

  • Chimi Lhakhang: Walk along the path through the agricultural field of rice and mustard, leading to a hillock where the temple of the Divine Mad monk is located. Get blessed and wish for a happy and healthy child. Start from the road and pass through Sopsokha village, a typical example of clustered settlement and witness unusual paintings of phallus on walls of the houses. The phallus paintings are traditionally believed to ward off evil influences and bad-mouth/gossips of others that bring bad luck.

Stop for a picnic lunch by the river of Punakha.

  • Punakha Dzong is just as striking inside as outside and it is arguably the most beautiful Dzong in Bhutan. Located magnificently between Pho Chhu (Male River) and Mo Chhu (Female River) confluence, the intricate carving and amazing architecture of the Dzong is a great source of inspiration. This famous structure built in the 1637 has lot to tell about the historical background and various Tibetan invasion won from this strategically located Dzong. It also houses the kingdom’s most sacred relic the “Rangjung Karsa-pani”.
  • If you like some adventure you can try a scenic white water rafting under the guidance of trained rafters.

Overnight at hotel in Punakha.

Day 05: Punakha- Paro (130kms/5hours)

Travel from Punakha to Paro. Elevation at Paro is 2,200 meters.

Paro is a beautiful valley located in Western Bhutan with an area of 2800 square kilometers. Breathtaking Lhakhangs and monasteries are perched on mountain hills. Two sacred rivers with its respective source at Jumolhari and Chumo Phug Mountains, makes their way through Paro valley enhancing its beauty and grandeur

  • Visit the ancient Kichu Lhakhang which dates back to the 7th century.
  • Visit Namgay Artisinal Brewery in authentic Bhutanese set up and try different flavor of local beer.
  • Take a stroll through Paro town, a street of typical Bhutanese traditional buildings.

Overnight at hotel in Paro

Day 06: Paro Taktsang (4-6hours)

We have saved the best for the last. Get your energy up at breakfast this morning for a hike to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Venture through the pristine surrounding of the monastery resting on a cliff.

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

Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang acquires its name from the legend of its foundation, when in the 8th Century Guru Rinpoche, widely revered as the second Buddha, arrived from Tibet flying across the mountains on the back of a tigress and meditated here for three months. He blessed and preached tantric Buddhism in Bhutan.

Overnight at hotel in Paro

Day 07: Departure

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

Read Customer Reviews

5.0 / 3 Reviews

Andi Sutrisno Santoso

cultural Tour

we had a really great tour with Bhutan Best Inbound tour. Thinley the company owner had arranged everthing systematically. A guide Dorji Phuntsho and driver Rinchen Wangmo was very helful during our days at Bhutan. Dorji is really a great guide i ever met in my life time. I strongly recommend this company if any one wants to travel to Bhutan.

Aakash Subhankar Bhowmick

Mesmerizing Experience of Bhutan

My wife and I had a wonderful time touring Bhutan with 'Bhutan Best Inbound' in February of 2019. We discovered them through website of Bhutan government. They responded to all our queries very patiently and crafted a custom itinerary that suited our expectations at a reasonable price. Our visa application was also taken care of by them well ahead of time.

At the beginning of the trip, we were received by our guide, Mr. Pema and our driver, Mr. Sonam at Jaigaon (India-Bhutan tour). They took care of all formalities, from immigration to hotel check-in and food, which made our trip particularly relaxing. Our car for the trip was an immaculately clean Hyundai Creta, which had seat-belts (not so common in India as you would think!) and fresh water bottles everyday. Mr. Sonam is a very safe driver and not once did we feel motion sickness on the winding roads of Bhutan.

Over the next 5 days our guide, Mr. Pema took us around various sights of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro. Mr. Pema is an extremely knowledgeable and courteous person and he patiently answered all our questions about Bhutan's culture, history and politics. Other than the cultural tour, he also took great care of our well-being and overall experience. When my wife and I fell sick due to the cold weather, he promptly arranged hot ginger tea and medicines. We had expressed our desire to try out good Bhutanese food and he surely took care of that by taking us to authentic Bhutanese restaurants in Paro and Thimphu. He helped us a great deal while climbing and descending Tiger's Nest monastery trail, which I found difficult because of icy conditions (and bad shoes). He was very accomodating of our request to modify our itinerary due to weather changes and made sure we make the best of our time in Bhutan.

Overall, our trip exceeded our expectations and we would like to thank Bhutan Best Inbound for the mesmerizing experience.

Kiran P Krishnan

Best Inbound Tour..!!!

Hi, as the name suggests it is one of the best tours and travels in Bhutan. We had opted for a Honeymoon package(9 days 8 nights)Thinley and team really wanted us to see all the places and also customized the package to fit into our budget. Below are the places that we visited, the hotels that we stayed in and also my reviews.

1. Phuntsholing - Hotel Tsheringma - From my experience, I would suggest avoiding Phuntsholing and travel directly to Paro because there is nothing much to see in Phuntsholing. It is just a small town near to the Indian border town Jaigaon, West Bengal. We stayed there for 2 days(the first day and last day of our travel). It is just an entry and exit point and your e-permits are verified and biometrics are done which you can do it in Paro airport as well.

2. Thimpu - Hotel Oro Villa - We had 4-5 hours drive from Phuntsholing to Thimpu(capital of Bhutan). The journey was very scenic. Must visit places - Buddha point, Fort.

3. Punakha - Meri Puensum Resort - Punakha is a very beautiful valley town and should not be missed at any cost. Must visit - Punakha Fort, Park near Female river, Fertility Temple(for those who are interested to know more about a strange diety)

4. Phobjika/Gangtey Valley - Dewachen Hotel & Spa - Never ever miss this place in your tour. One of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. If you visit in the months between October to February, you may also get a chance to see the black-necked cranes. The place is very well maintained and protected for the black-necked cranes. Should not avoid - Nature Trails and stay at Dewachen. You can hot stone bath here(if interested) at INR 1900. But it should be booked in Dewachen a day or two before as it is very difficult at peak times.

5.Paro - Pema Yangtsel - Another town which we should not miss. The Bhutan International airport is at Paro and I really recommend even people from India to travel directly to Paro instead of Phuntsholing. You can do your shopping(souvenirs etc) at Paro or even at Tiger's Nest point(much cheaper than other places). Must Visit - Tiger's Nest, Paro Fort, National Museum. If interested in trekking there are monasteries even beyond Tiger's nest.

My Suggestion ( If planning for a week or so)
1. Thimphu - 2 days
2. Phobjika - 2 days(
3. Punakha - 2 days
4 Paro - 2 days

Hotel Ratings(out of 5)
1. Dewachen Hotel & Spa, Phobjika- 4 stars
2. Oro Villa, Thimphu - 3.5 stars
3. Meri puensum resort, Punakha - 3.5 stars
4. Pema Yangtsel, Paro - 3.5 stars
5. Tsheringma, Phuentsholing - 2.5 stars

Tourists don’t know where they’ve been, without a proper tour Guide. We had a very informative guide with a great sense of humor with us and also an efficient driver throughout our tour. Knowing Bhutan without a proper Guide is impossible. Hence, I recommend everyone to ask for Tshendu as the tour guide and Tandin Namgyal as your tour Driver.

Once again Thank you Thinley and Team(Bhutan Best Inbound Tour) for making our honeymoon memorable in Bhutan.