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West Bhutan to India Border Trip 17Days

  • Paro Dzong
  • 17-day Bhutan Tour Map
  • Buddha Dordenma
  • Punakha Dzong
  • Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten
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  • Travel from Bhutan to India to discover the highlights in these two Himalaya countries
  • Enjoy the hiking and sightseeing from west to east Bhutan
  • Communicate with local people in local bazaars, schools and villages
  • Relax yourself via a traditional hot stone bath
  • Drink traditional red rice beer with unique local taste
  • Dress in traditional National Attire to take a photo
  • Get 1 Bhutan sim card of 5GB internet access
  • Culture dance show with dinner
  • Try local archery, which is not only Bhutan's national sports, but also art
16 Nights 17 Days
Tour Code:BTP011
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Day1  Arrive in Paro, Bhutan (airport pick-up & hotel check-in, Paro Dzong, National Museum of Bhutan)

Create your first impression of Bhutan from Paro International Airport. After a short rest, take a sightseeing tour to Paro Dzong, a fine example of Bhutanese historic architecture, and National Museum of Bhutan, where collects intriguing local artifacts with insightful instruction.

Paro Dzong (Rinpung Dzon), the "fortress of the heap of jewels", is built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and is located near the crystalline Paro Chu (Paro River). Through a traditional wooden cantilever bridge, we can reach it to get panoramic views of the Paro Valley. As the office of the district administration and monastic body of Bhutan, the annual religious festival Paro Tsechu also takes place in its courtyard.

National Museum of Bhutan (Ta Dzong) is famed as Bhutan's tallest building (a cylindrical structure), which is 22 meters (72 feet) high and has 6 floors. It was completed in 1649 as a watchtower on the hill above the Rinpung Dzong (Paro Dzong). It was converted into the National Museum of Bhutan in 1968 with a rich collection of ancient artifacts like pottery, armor, thangkas, masks, stamps, photos, statues, costumes, relics, stone axes, and religious paintings...

Meals:    Dinner


  • Welcome to Bhutan
    Welcome to Bhutan
  • Paro Dzong
    Paro Dzong
Day2  Paro (Tiger's Nest Monastery, Farmhouses)

Around 2.5 hours’ hiking are needed to reach Taktsang Monastery, the most famous religious relic in Bhutan. It is possible to take a rest at the view terrace, which is located on the half point of the hiking route. Pay a visit to a local people’s farmhouse to continue your tour. It is incredible that there is not a single nail used to build a farmhouse, which offers a good glimpse into the lifestyle of a farmer.

Tiger's Nest Monastery (Taktsang Goemba, Takhtsang Lakhang, Paro Taktshang), first built in 1692, is the iconic landmark of Bhutan. As a world cultural heritage, it is sited on the side of a cliff at a height of 900m above the Paro valley. It is said that Guru Rinpoche (a Buddhist saint) rode a tigress to the current site of the monastery and meditated in a cave for 3 years 3 months and 3 days. Now it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Bhutan and a sacred religious site for Bhutanese to pilgrimage at least once in a lifetime.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Hike to Taktsang Monastery
    Hike to Taktsang Monastery
  • Tiger's Nest Monastery
    Tiger's Nest Monastery
Day3  Paro (Chele La Pass, Kila Gompa)

Drive to the 3800-meter-high Chele La pass where you will have a splendid view of the Himalaya range. You can hike to a viewpoint with an altitude of 4500 meters for an even better view of Mount Jomolhari. At last, hike through rhododendron and hemlock forest towards Kila Gompa to catch your car back to Paro.

Chele La Pass (3988m) is the highest motorable road pass in Bhutan and can be reached by a two hours drive from Paro. As the spot with incredible views of the high Himalayan Mountains, you may get the chance to see Mount Jomolhari(6706m), the most sacred peak of Bhutan, Jichu Drake, as well as the majestic sights of the Tsherimgang Mountains. Also, Chele La Pass is the best site to discover the rare White Poppy native to this region.

Kila Gompa (Kila Nunnery, Kila Goempa nunnery, Chele la Gompa) is located below Chele La at about 3,500m, on the road to Haa (27km from Paro). Established as a meditation site in the 9th century by Drupthob Chhoeje Norbu, Kila Gompa is reputed to be the oldest nunnery in Bhutan. It is also fondly referred to as the ‘second Tiger’s Nest.’ The nunnery has around seven small temples and several retreat huts built into a dizzying sheer cliffside, with 30 to 70 nuns living in self-imposed isolation. You will be surprised to see that their life is so simple and live in serenity and harmony with Mother Nature. It has great views of Paro valley and Jele Dzong.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Chele La Pass
    Chele La Pass
  • Chele La Pass
    Chele La Pass
Day4  Paro-Thimphu (Buddha Point, Takin Sanctuary, National Memorial Chorten)

Transfer to Thimphu and visit Kuensel Phodrang, National Memorial Chorten, Takin Preserve, and a local craft bazaar after checking in your hotel. You will know more about the religious culture and wild world of Bhutan after today’s sightseeing in Thimphu.

Buddha Dordenma Statue (Kuensel Phodrang, Buddha Point) is a landmark of Thimphu city and you can have a great view of the Thimphu Valley there. With 51.5m in height, built of bronze and gilded in gold, the statue is famed as the largest sitting Shakyamuni statue in the world and there are 125,000 smaller Buddha statues placed within it. The statue was finished in 2015(built for 9years) to fulfill an ancient prophecy to emanate an aura of happiness and peace all over the world.

Takin Sanctuary (Motithang Takin Preserve, Takin Zoo) is a wildlife reserve area for Takin (Budorcas taxicolor), the national animal of Bhutan. Drukpa Kunley (Divine Madman), the famous Tibetan saint, is said to be responsible for the creation of this unique creature called Takin which has the head of a goat and the body of a cow.

National Memorial Chorten is the most visited landmark of Thimphu which was built in 1974 in memory of the Third King, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuk(the Father of Modern Bhutan) by his mother. Due to the idea of Jigme Dorji, this stupa is dedicated to world peace and prosperity. It is a Tibetan-style chorten with amazing paintings and brilliant sculptures, you can see the classical stupa pattern like the pyramidal pillar crowned by a crescent moon and sun. It is also a good place to meet local Bhutanese people circumambulating the Chorten throughout the day in a clockwise direction for praying.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • National Memorial Chorten
    National Memorial Chorten
  • National Memorial Chorten
    National Memorial Chorten
Day5  Thimphu (Institute for Zorig Chusum, Folk Heritage Museum, Changangkha Lhakhang, Tashichhoe Dzong)

After a delicious breakfast, you will learn about local people’s lifestyle in the Institute for Zorig Chusum, a school for local handiwork and painting skills. And then learn more about ancient Bhutanese people’ daily life in the Folk Heritage Museum. Today’s other tourist attractions are: Changangkha Lhakhang – You can have a fascinating view of Thimphu Valley there. Tashichhoe Dzong - A fortress of the glorious religion. It houses the secretariat building, the throne room and the office of the king, and the central monk body.

Thimphu National Institute for Zorig Chusum (School of Arts and Crafts, established by the Government of Bhutan in 1971, is an institute that nurtures exemplary craftsmanship in Zorig Chusum (13 Arts and Crafts). In the Institute, thirteen skills are taught to students. These thirteen art forms are Traditional Painting (Lhazo), Sculpturing (Jinzo), Wood Carving (Shagzo), Calligraphy (Yigzo), Papermaking (Dezo), Bronze Casting (Lugzo), Embroidery (Tshemazo), Weaving (Thagzo), Carpentry (Parzo), Masonry (Dozo), Bamboo and cane weaving (Tshazo), Gold/Silver Smithy (Trozo), Black smithy (Garzo).

Folk Heritage Museum (Phelchey Toenkhyim) was established on July 28th, 2001 with the initiative of Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck (the Queen Mother of Bhutan). It is set inside a three-storied, 19th-century traditional house and provides visitors with a glimpse of the traditional Bhutanese lifestyle, artifacts from rural households, collection of typical household objects, tools, and equipment. The museum also organizes regular demonstrations of rural traditions, skills, habits, and customs as well as hosts educational programs for children.

Changangkha Lhakhang is an ancient fortress-like temple built in the 12th century which is visited by a large number of locals daily. It is strategically located on a ridge above the city of Thimphu, southeast of Motithang. Traditionally, Bhutan parents used to visit Changangkha Lhakhang to get auspicious names for their newborn babies or blessing for their young kids from the protector known as Deity Tamdrin. The parents usually bring incense, whiskey, biscuits, and sacks of snacks as an offering. You will be lucky to witness an excellent event if your visit coincides with a Buddhist ceremony. The temple also offers an amazing view of Thimphu from the courtyard.

Tashichho Dzong (Thimphu Dzong) is located on the right side of the Wangchu River in the northern part of Thimphu city. As the "Fortress of the glorious religion", it houses the throne room of His Majesty the King, government offices, and the central monk body. Thimphu Dzong was initially erected in 1641 and rebuilt by King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck in the 1960s. There are two main entrances in the Tashichho Dzong. One leads to the administrative section to the south and the other one (at the north) leads to the monastic quarter where festivals and dances are performed.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Bhutan Traditional Arts
    Bhutan Traditional Arts
  • Tashichhoe Dzong
    Tashichhoe Dzong
Day6  Thimphu-Wangdue-Punakha (Dochula Pass, Punakha Dzong, Chimi Lhakhang)

In the morning, you will take a 2.5 hours’ drive to Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan. When pass through the Dochula Pass, do not forget to admire the 108 chortens and Himalaya Mountain ranges. Stop over at Druk Wangyal Lhakhang, where you can admire beautiful murals depicting some of the important events in the reigns of the Kings of Bhutan. Your first tourist destination in Punakha is Punakha Dzong, renowned for its highest-standard woodworks in Bhutan. Continue your Punakha tour to the Devine Madman’s Monastery - Chimi Lhakhang, famously known for its fertility shrine, where one can receive a special fertility blessing.

Dochula Pass (108 memorial chortens) is a place in honor of 108 Bhutanese Soldiers, there are 108 stupas called the "Druk Wangyal Chortens" representing each soldier's life that was lost in the war of December 2003. The pass is decorated with colorful prayer flags which are symbols of veneration and the best wishes for peace and prosperity for Bhutan. If the weather is good, the Dochula Pass will become the best platform to get breathtaking views of the snow-covered Himalayas.

Chimi Lhakhang (Fertility Temple, Chime Lhakhang) is located on a hillock among the rice field and is a pilgrimage for a childless couple to seek blessings. The monk there blesses the couple with a wooden phallus that is believed to have the power to help the childless couple conceive a child. This temple is associated with the famous Drukpa Kunley (1455-1529, Divine Madman, Tibetan saint), who is famed for using his phallus to guide people to enlightenment and subdue demons. That is why you can see the symbol of phalluses scattered everywhere. You can buy handicraft souvenirs here with the phallic symbol in various colors, shapes, and sizes.

Punakha Dzong stands at the junction of two great rivers called the Pho Chu river (father river) and Mo Chu river (mother river). As the palace of great happiness or bliss, it is also known as the most beautiful Dzong in Bhutan. It was first built in 1637 by the founder of Bhutan, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, and was played as the administrative center and the seat of the Bhutanese official till the capital city was moved from Punakha to Thimphu in 1955. Now, this Dzong is served as the winter residence for Je Khenpo, Chief Abbot of the Central Monastic Body. In 2011, the Dzong witnessed the royal wedding ceremony of the 5th Bhutan's King, His Majesty Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck to Queen Jetsun Pema. If you visit Bhutan in May, you will be amazed by the breathtaking purple-blue jacaranda blooms outside the fortress.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Dochula Pass
    Dochula Pass
  • Punakha Dzong
    Punakha Dzong
Day7  Punakha (Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten, Limbukha Village)

Your first activity today is hiking to Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten, which was built in a painting-like Punakha Valley. Local people believe the Chorten can remove negative forces and promote peace, stability and harmony in the changing world. Drive to the Limbukha Village to see the fields of red rice, which is of high medicinal values. You will feel the local people’s love towards peace and tranquility there.

Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten is on the west bank of the Mo Chhu river. After across a suspension bridge, it is about 45mins' walk from the main road to the Chorten(stupa). The stupa was built in 1990 by Ashi Tsering Yangdon Wangchuck(the mother of the 5th King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck) to drive off evil forces and bring peace to Bhutan and the world. This Chorten was a typical combination of the art, architecture, and traditions of Bhutan. It took Bhutanese carpenters, painters, and sculptors 9 years to finish this Bhutan-style pagoda. Also, you will get an excellent view of the Punakha Valley and Punakha Dzong there.

Limbukha Village is known for its love of peace and tranquility. During the annual festival, the Limbuk men are found carrying peace flags instead of swords and fireworks. We can walk along its red rice fields and have an idea about Bhutan's famous red rice which is supposed to have medicinal value. Also, you may meet local farmers in their tradition Gho or Kira working in the field with a pure smile on their face.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten
    Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten
  • Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten
    Khamsum Yuelley Namgel Chorten
Day8  Punakha-Gangtey (Gangtey Gompa, Black-Necked Crane Observation)

After early breakfast, drive to Gangtey Gompa with picnic lunch. Visit Gangtey Gompa, which now houses one of the only Nyingmapa monastery in Bhutan. And then, Continue the tour in the Black Necked Crane Information Center, where you can observe the cranes with high-power telescope and spotting scopes.

Gangtey Monastery (Gangtey Goemba, Gangtey Gonpa) was first built in 1613 by Pema Thinley, the grandson, and re-embodiment of Pema Lingpa (the reincarnation of Guru Rinpoche, 1450-1521). It is a beautiful temple architecture that stands on the hilltop and is a great spot to view the picturesque Phobjikha Valley. It is said that the Black-necked cranes circle the monastery three times when they arrive and three times when they leave. Each year on Nov. 11, the Black-necked Crane Festival with local songs, dramas, and masked dances is held at the courtyard of Gangtey Goemba to celebrate the arrival of the endangered bird migrating from the Tibetan Plateau.

In Black Necked Crane Information Centre, you can enter the observation room and use the telescope and spotting scopes to watch the Black-necked crane (Grus nigricollis). Every year (Oct. to Feb.), over 300 cranes migrate from Tibet to Bhutan for their winter months in Phobjikha Valley. As an indigenous Himalayan species, the black-necked cranes are the holy bird in the eyes of local people as it is a symbol of longevity. It was helpful for the center to protect and conserve the Black-necked crane and its species since 2003. It is a nice place to know more about the cranes and study their behavior.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Gangtey Gompa
    Gangtey Gompa
  • Gangtey Valley
    Gangtey Valley
Day9  Gangtey-Trongsa (Trongsa Dzong)

Drive through dense forests of oak and blue pine trees to Trongsa from Gangtey, admiring and taking photo of the sceneries of rural Bhutan along the road. After lunch visit the Trongsa Dzong, a masterpiece of ancient Bhutanese architecture.

Trongsa Dzong (1920m), built in 1648, is the ancient fort where the first and the second King of Bhutan ruled the kingdom due to its strategic position. All successive Kings of Bhutan hold the post of Trongsa Penlop (governor) before being crowned as the Prince and the King. This Dzong is considered one of the longest and the largest fortresses in Bhutan. It also provides an extraordinary view of the Mangde River. There is a Ta Dzong (built in 1652) that served as the watchtower for Trongsa Dzong from internal rebellion and it is now a heritage museum focused on Buddhist art and Royal memorabilia which is worth a visit.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Trongsa Dzong
    Trongsa Dzong
  • Trongsa Dzong
    Trongsa Dzong
Day10  Trongsa-Bumthang (Yotongla Pass, Yathra Weaving Center, Jakar Dzong)

Before you arrive in Bumthang, pay a visit to Yathra Weaving Center, a cooperative of the National Women Association of Bhutan where the women of the region sell their textiles and Yathra specialty. On arrival at Bumthang, check into your hotel in Bumthang and latter visit Jakar Dzong, which is now used as administrative centre for Bumthang valley, and houses the regional monk body.

Yotongla Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3,436m above sea level, located in the Bumthang District of Bhutan. It falls within the Black Mountain range and connects Trongsa and Bumthang. Trongsa and Bumthang served as the summer and the winter capitals respectively and the pass was thus used frequently by the King and his traveling entourage. The road to Yotongla Pass is one of the highest mountain roads in the country. It's called Bumthang-Ura Highway and was built in the 1990s. The pass is covered with mist and prayer flags most of the time. It is worth a stop for a photo break.

Yathra Weaving Centre is a sales outlet showcasing textiles woven from sheep and yak wool. You will see women weaving intricate designs on their backstrap loom, wool dyeing in a natural way, and other processes there. Yathra is traditional wool weaving with intricate patterns native to Chumey Valley in Bumthang of central Bhutan. Almost every family in Chumey owns a backstrap loom. Girls around 8 years old are learning to weave. Yathra products are unique souvenirs, they are the main income for the people of Bumthang.

Jakar Dzong (Jakar Yugyal Dzong), literally meaning "Castle of the White Bird", was initially built as a monastery in 1549 by Lam Ngagi Wangchuck (1517-1554), a Tibetan who came to Bhutan to spread the Drukpa Kagyupa Buddhist order. It was also the seat of the first King of Bhutan. As the dzong or fortress of the Bumthang district, it is located on a ridge above Jakar town that can give a spectacular view of the Chamkhar (Chokhor) Valley. Jakar Dzong is now the administrative center for Bumthang valley and houses the regional monk body.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Yotongla Pass
    Yotongla Pass
  • Jakar Dzong
    Jakar Dzong
Day11  Bumthang (Jambay Lhakhang, Kuraj Lhakhang, Konchogsum Lhakhang)

Today you will learn about local history and religions in the Jambay Lhakhang, Kuraj Lhakhang and Konchogsum Lhakhang. They all have a history of over 1200 years. Continue your tour to the Burning Lake – Mebartsho, where local people float small butter lamps to makes wishes.

Jambay Lhakhang is one of the 108 monasteries built on a single day by Tibetan King Songtsen Goenpo in 659 AD to subdue evil spirits in the Himalayan region while spreading Buddhism over the Himalayas. It was believed that Jambay Lhakhang was built to pin down the left knee of the ogress. There is an annual festival called Jambay Lhakhang Drup held here to honor Guru Rinpoche who consecrated the Jambay Lhakhang. Visitors can enjoy watching the mask dance of Bhutan. It is worth seeing the beautiful statues, fascinating relics, and preserved murals in this Lhakhang.

Kurjey Lhakhang consists of three buildings facing south namely: Guru Lhakhang (built-in 1652), Sampa Lhundrup Lhakhang (built-in 1900), and Ka Gon Phor Sum Lhakhang (built-in 1900). It is said that, in the 8th century, the Saint Guru Padmasambhava(Rinpoche) meditated here for three months. The upper floor of the Kurjey Lhakhang houses 1000 small statues of Guru Rinpoche. There is also a huge cypress tree near the entrance of the temple which is believed to have sprouted from Guru Rinpoche's walking stick. It is a must-visit Lhakhang in Bumthang.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Kuraj Lhakhang
    Kuraj Lhakhang
  • Jambay Lhakhang
    Jambay Lhakhang
Day12  Bumthang-Mongar (Mongar Dzong)

Today, you will take 6 hours’ drive to Mongar from Bumthang. Watching the cascading waterfalls along the way is a wonderful experience. Visit the Mongar Dzong when you arrive in Mongar Town. The Mongar Dzong, built in 1930, is a young dzong in Bhutan. It is interesting to find the differences between the Mongar Dzong and other ancient dzongs.

Mongar Dzong was established in 1930 by his majesty, the third King Jigme Dorje Wangchuck. It was to replace the original Zhongar Dzong but was demolished by a fire and a subsequent earthquake. The present dzong was rebuilt in the year 1953. According to oral legend, a king named Karpo Dung invited an architect from Paro, Zochhen Bala to build a fortress in the region. During his land survey, the architect came across a white stone shaped like a bowl on a mound just above Kurichhu. He named the place Zhongkhar, which means white bowl and the name was later changed to Mongar. Today, the week-long Mongar tsechu is held here in November or December (from the seventh to the 10th day of the 10th lunar month).

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Yathra Weaving, Bumthang
    Yathra Weaving, Bumthang
  • Mongar Dzong
    Mongar Dzong
Day13  Mongar (Lhuentse Tallest Statue of Guru Rinpoche Tour)

This morning we will drive to Lhuentse. It is an ancestral home of royal family of Bhutan. We will visit Takila where you can see tallest statue of guru rimpoche and also visit khoma village the famous for finest silk textile product of Bhutan. Evening we will return back to Mongar.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Way for dring corns
    Way for dring corns
  • Bhutan Dishes
    Bhutan Dishes
Day14  Mongar-Trashigang (Learn Local Weaving)

After breakfast, you will drive to Trashigang, the eastern most region in Bhutan. Fantastic forest and mountain views are available along the road. You can also view the local dzong in Trashigang, the center of the biggest and most populated district in the nation. After lunch, visit Khaling, where you can see all the process and materials involved in weaving.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Trashigang
  • Becautiful rice field
    Becautiful rice field
Day15  Trashigang (Gom Kora, Trashiyangtse)

Excursion to Gom Kora, an extraordinarily picturesque temple and Trashiyangtse, well-known for its natural, cultural and historical tourist attractions.

Gomphu Kora (Gom Kora) is one of Bhutan's most revered monasteries. It can be found 24 km from Trashigang on the western side of Kulong Chuu. Both Gomphu and Kora are Tibetan terms for circumambulation. "Go around Gomphu Kora today for tomorrow may be too late", advises a local song that entices devotees to visit Gomphu Kora. The Guru is attributed to have said that devotees will flock to Gomphu Kora for eons to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. The two-story Gomphu Kora with its golden roof has caught the attention of many pilgrims and tourists traveling to Bhutan for being a sacred site.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner


  • Gomphu Kora
    Gomphu Kora
  • Bhutan dishes
    Bhutan dishes
Day16  Trashigang- Paro or Samdrup Jongkhar border (currently not opened for international tourists)

The distance to Samdrup Jongkhar border (currently not opened for international tourists,  today you can take a flight back to Paro from Trashigang) is 180 Km. The road leads to southern foothill of Bhutan bordering to India. On arrival check in hotel and evening leisure walk around town.

Note: Please doubel check with us about the flights from Trashigang to Paro. Also, double check with us about Samdrup Jongkhar border infomations toward India.

Meals:Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner

Accommodation:Samdrup Jongkhar

  • Chilli and farmhouse
    Chilli and farmhouse
  • Meet monk on the way
    Meet monk on the way
Day17  Paro or Samdrup Jongkhar border Departure (Depart Bhutan for Guwahati, India)

In the morning after breakfast your tour guide will escort you to Paro airport for your onward destination in India. (or drive from Samdrup Jongkhar to Guwahati, 100km, 2.5h)

Time to say goodbye to Bhutan, the beautiful Himalayan country. Our local representative will meet you at your hotel and send you to the international airport. Happiness is a place, wish you get happiness and great memories from the Bhutantrip with us. We look forward to seeing you again, Tashi Delek!


1.Please note that some of the sites in the itinerary may change due to season, weather, national holidays, and special events. We maintain the right to alter the itinerary. The changes in itinerary will mainly base on improving your tour experience in Bhutan.

2.Please doubel check with us about Samdrup Jongkhar border toward India.



  • Bhutan Tshechu Festivel
    Bhutan Tshechu Festivel
  • Thank you for choosing AOT
    Thank you for choosing AOT

Price Includes

    • 1.English-speaking local guide
    • 2.All meals listed [Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner]
    • 3.Accommodation in 3-star hotel under twin/dbl bed sharing basis
    • 4.All transportation within the country including airport transfers
    • 5.Entrance fees for Museums and Monuments
    • 6.Bhutan SDF fee
    • 7.Bhutan visa fee: USD 40 per person

Price Excludes

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    • 2.India visa
    • 3.Personal expense and Travel Insurance
    • 4.Cost for any services not mentioned in the "PRICE INCLUDES"

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