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Bhutan Tours

Bhutan is located in the south part of Mount Everest. The mountains in Bhutan, where offer postcard-worthy sceneries, are home to countless historical monasteries. Most our customers admire sceneries and learn about Bhutanese culture and history by hiking to those monasteries.

The Bhutan tour packages below allow you to travel to the most beautiful mountains and valleys, visit the most sacred monasteries and learn about the most authentic Bhutanese culture in local museums. Please also feel free to let us know if you want to do more hiking or travel to Bhutan during local festivals. It is our honor to design a satisfactory Bhutan tour with reasonable price for you!

4 Nights 5 Days Glimpse of Bhutan Highlights Tour

4 Nights 5 Days Glimpse of Bhutan Highlights Tour

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Have a glimpse the most popular highlights in Bhutan in 4 nights and 5 days with us, such as the Taktsang Monastery, Paro and Punakha Dzongs and National Museum of Bhutan.

5 Nights 6 Days Thunder Dragon Tour

5 Nights 6 Days Thunder Dragon Tour

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Spend 5 nights and 6 days exploring Bhutan, the country of Thunder Dragon. Both well-known tourist attractions and off-the-beaten scenic spots are included.

6 Nights 7 Days Western Bhutan Tour

6 Nights 7 Days Western Bhutan Tour

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This 6 nights and 7 days Western Bhutan Tour allows you to learn more details about Bhutan by spending two days respectively in Thimphu, Punakha and Paro.

7 Nights 8 Days  Best of Bhutan Tour

7 Nights 8 Days Best of Bhutan Tour

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See the best sceneries, visit the best monasteries and museums and hike on the best hiking track in Bhutan by joining this 7 nights and 8 days Best of Bhutan Tour

8 Nights 9 Days Bhutan Dragon Tour

8 Nights 9 Days Bhutan Dragon Tour

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Bhutan Dragon Tour will lead you Gangtey, the most beautiful place in Bhutan, to observe the rare black necked cranes. You also have a chance to hike to 4500-meter-high viewpoint of Chele La Pass.

9 Nights 10 Days Bhutan Himalayan Kingdom Tour

9 Nights 10 Days Bhutan Himalayan Kingdom Tour

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Join in 9 nights and 10 days Bhutan Himalayan Kingdom Tour to discover both the sacred religious highlights and colorful local people’s lifestyles.

10 Nights 11 Days Enriching Bhutan Tour

10 Nights 11 Days Enriching Bhutan Tour

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Discover the colorful Bhutan by joining in the 10 nights and 11 days Enriching Bhutan Tour, sharing Bhutanese people’s happiness via sightseeing and village visit.

11 Nights 12 Days Bhutan Peaceful Tour

11 Nights 12 Days Bhutan Peaceful Tour

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Join in 11 Nights 12 Days Bhutan Peaceful Tour to travel to the picturesque valleys and mountains to find out the real reason why Bhutanese people are so happy and peaceful

12 Nights 13 Days Central Bhutan Tour

12 Nights 13 Days Central Bhutan Tour

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Explore central Bhutan in 12 nights and 13 days, unlocking the most sacred religious culture and admiring the most impressed sceneries.

14 Nights 15 Days Bhutan West to East Tour

14 Nights 15 Days Bhutan West to East Tour

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Drive and admire the highlights from western most to eastern most regions in Bhutan. This 14 nights and 15 days tour almost covers all the natural, cultural and historical resources in Bhutan.

16 Nights 17 Days Bhutan to India Tour

16 Nights 17 Days Bhutan to India Tour

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Take 16 nights and 17 days to travel from Bhutan to India, discovering the most fantastic nature, culture, history and religions in these two Himalaya countries.

Bhutan Tours FAQ

  • How many days are needed for a Bhutan tour?

    At least 5 days are necessary if you want to visit all the most popular tourist attractions in Bhutan, such as the Taktsang Monastery (Tiger Nest Monastery), National Museum and Tashichho Dzong. Around 7 days are needed if you want to travel to some remote area, such as the Haa Valley. Around 10 days are needed if you want to trek on the mountains and valleys in Bhutan. Some of our customers even spent 30 days, the longest staying time allowed for tourists, exploring over two thirds of the land of the country.

  • Will I have altitude sickness in Bhutan?

    It is more unlikely to have altitude sickness in Bhutan than most other high-altitude areas. There are two reasons.

    First, most tourist attractions in Bhutan are located in the middle area of Bhutan, where the altitude is between 2000 meters and 3000 meters. As you may have known, most people will have altitude sickness only when they are in areas, where the altitude is over 3000 meters.

    Second, the percentage of forest cover in Bhutan is over 72.5%. So, the oxygen content in air is higher than most other high-altitude area.

  • Do I need to tip in Bhutan?

    Tipping is recommended but not required. The Bhutan government do not require tourists to tip drivers, tour guides, waiters and other local people who will serve you, because their income is not bad. However, tipping is still recommended, because if you tip them, they will offer even better service, especially for hiking and mountaineering itineraries, you might need porters and cooks, and they need to carry heavy luggage or cooking utensils during the tour.

    Some of our customers even tip their tour guides and drivers prior to the start of their tour.

  • How to apply for a Bhutan visa?

    The Electronic visa is the most popular type of visa for tourists who want to travel to Bhutan. You just need to send us the photocopy of your passport (the page with your photo). You can also apply for a Bhutan visa in India or Nepal, where there are Bhutan embassies. Citizens of India, Bangladesh and Maldives can travel to Bhutan without applying for a visa.

    Although it is not difficult for tourists to apply for a Bhutan visa, tourists are not allowed to travel to Bhutan on their own. They must book a tour with a licensed local travel agency, so please check out our Bhutan tour packages, it would be a great honor for us to arrange a Bhutan tour for you!

  • What to eat and drink in Bhutan?

    Like China and India, beef, pork, vegetable and rice are the most-eaten food in Bhutan. There almost no polluted crops in Bhutan, because local people almost use no pesticide. Milk or red tea and wine brewed with highland barley, wheat or corn are the major beverage in Bhutan.

    Both western and local cuisines are available in Bhutan. Local people like pepper, but they seldom use pepper to cook for tourists. If you also like pepper, please feel free to let your tour guides know. They will ask the restaurants to prepare spicy food for you.

  • How to travel to Bhutan?

    The best way to travel to Bhutan is taking a plane to Paro, where Bhutan's only international airport is located in, from Thailand, India, Nepal, Bangladesh or Singapore. Druk Air, the Royal Bhutan Airlines, is the only carrier for the international flights to Bhutan

    The Indian cities, where there are flights to Bhutan, are Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bagdogra, Gaya and Guwahati. Other Cities, where there are flights to Bhutan, are Bangkok (Thailand), Kathmandu (Nepal), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Changi (Singapore).

    Tourists can also travel to Bhutan from India by road, but the condition of the roads is not good, so this way is not recommended.

  • When is the best time to travel to Bhutan?
    The best times to travel to Bhutan are March, April, May, June, September and October. Based on the differences of altitudes, Bhutan is divided into north, middle and south parts. The altitude of the north part is over 3000 meters and very cold, while the south part is only around 1500 meters above the sea level and very wet and hot. Fortunately, most tourist attractions are in the middle part, where enjoys mild climate and is suitable for tourism all year round. However, the climate of the 5 months listed above is even more delightful, so tourists will get the best experience if they travel to Bhutan in those 5 months.