from $26.000,00
Book Now



8 days 7 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size





Bhutan, also known as the Abode of Gods, is a hidden paradise perched high on the mighty Himalayan ranges. It is unsurpassed in raw natural beauty; it has forests covering at least half of the country, it has bountiful of ridges lined with fluttering prayer flags, it has an unbroken silence that soothes the soul . A feature so striking that attracts voyagers from all over the world.

Embracing your presence in the Abode of Gods, you will be taken on a tour to a secret paradise deep in the Himalayan mountains.

-Day one of this exciting trip will commence the moment when you get ready for an adventurous ride to Phuentsholing, the Indian-Bhutan border. The rest of the day will be spent in ensuring all the formalities regarding your tourist permits are completed. If you wish, you can spend the night exploring the markets around the town or have a scrumptious dinner in one of the exquisite restaurants of the town.

-On day two, you will be looking forward to falling in love with nature after witnessing the picturesque & scenic beauty offered by the hilly curves nestled in the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu.

-The next day of your 6 Days Bhutan Tour from India will include a thrilling yet educational excursion tour, encompassing a visit to Takin Zoo, the Buddha Point, Changlimithang Monasteries, Thimphu National Museum, Simtokha Dzong, Tashichho Dzong and many other attractions, culminating the day with a four-hour drive to the Paro Valley.

-A spiritual sightseeing tour of the Paro Valley is included on the fourth day of your tour package. You will be able to get a chance to visit several holy monasteries and get a lot of insights into the Bhutanese culture and traditions.

-On day five, you will be escorted back to Phuentsholing, and you can spend the day in any way you want. But, wandering around the Bhutan gate in the evening to witness the demarcation between the two countries, will be a once-in-a-lifetime moment.

-The next morning will be the last day of your trip and you will be returning to your country with some indelible memories.

This tour package includes excellent hotel accommodations and exquisite food services (flight tickets are exclusive).

View More


Multi day

Tour's Location


1. How much does a trip to Bhutan cost?
Though Bhutan is touted to be a budget travel destination, the actual cost for a Bhutan trip depends on many factors, like for how many days you want to be there, the time of your visit, and what kind of stay you are looking for. Having said this, there are a lot of customisable Bhutan packages available online nowadays that you can choose from. The cost of a Bhutan trip varies from package to package, depending on the customisations from your end, if any. So again, the cost of your trip will depend on the kind of package you choose. A trip’s cost is never static; after all, different people have different choices. You can check out our Bhutan tour packages for their cost, itinerary, and other information.
2. Which is the best time to visit Bhutan?
Bhutan has a diversified climate and can be visited any time during the year. If you are a summer person, you can book your Bhutan packages for the months of June – August. The Himalayas look beautiful during this time of the year with lush greens surrounding the landscape. Another reason why you can consider booking your Bhutan tour package from India during the summer is the Haa Festival that is celebrated in the country during this time. That being said, if you want to experience the beauty of Bhutan during the winters, you can check out Bhutan trip packages online that are customised for winter lovers.
3. Is passport required for travelling to Bhutan from India?
You do need a passport but not a visa if you are travelling from India to Bhutan for a tour. The passport must have a validity of minimum six months. Apart from the passport, you also need a valid Voter Identity Card that has been issued by the Election Commission of India. If you are travelling to Bhutan by road, you need to have an ‘Entry Permit’ based on the valid travel document from the Immigration Office of the Royal Government of Bhutan. The entry permit is limited only to Thimphu and Paro. If your Bhutan tour plan is to go beyond this region, you have to acquire a ‘Special Area Permit’ from the RGoB Immigration Office at Thimphu.


Based on 2 reviews
Very Good
We Make You See The World Safely!
Hello World!


We Make You See The World Safely!

Fantastic experience

Fantastic experience
Showing 1 - 2 of 2 in total

Write a review

from $26.000,00

You might also like