- Explore the secrets of the Happiest country infused with mystery
- Intimidating landmarks and sightseeing around the country
- Get exposed to vivid cultural practices and the most colorful festivals
- Most remarkable hike towards the Taktsang Lhakhang (Tiger’s Nest Monastery)
- Various Monasteries, Dzongs and Fortress visit
- The perfect vacation for travel enthusiasts
- Adrenaline-rushing adventure in the land of the Thunder Dragon.
In a world that is constantly on a go, Bhutan is a paradise that can be an escape, just what you need. Bhutan is the last remaining Shangri-La which stands on its name as it is full of mystery and fascinating history. Bhutan is otherwise also known as the ‘’Land of Thunder Dragon’’(Druk Yul) and its people ‘’Drukpa’’(Dragon People) as per its given name. This trip helps you get one of a kind experience while in Bhutan and explore the strange traditions and catch your attention with its beauty and simplicity. Bhutan is a small Himalayan country squished between two giant countries China and India with historical, religious, and adventure-filled attractions. If you are intending to travel to Bhutan this is the ideal tour package for you. There is no better way to spend your precious time than exploring this mysterious country that is full of life and vibrant culture.
This 7 days Bhutan tour is worth your money and time as you will be exposed to the untamed and pristine nature along with the backbone of the culture that is so loved and appreciated all around the world. Bhutan has a lot to offer when it comes to nature, endless snow-capped mountain chains and panoramic valleys all over the country topped with dense alpine forests where a wide range of flora and faunas are found. Besides what nature has to offer you in this country, you will also see the breathtaking monuments that date back centuries. At these heritage sites, you will get the opportunity to learn about the culture and history that Bhutan proudly vaunts. To be able to know a completely new thing, let it be culture, cuisine, history, or landscape is a thing to experience that one should not miss.
Visits to iconic and religious sites will leave a mark on your life and be a part of you forever. The beauty and the history engraved onto the walls of landmarks will remind you how far society/country has come. Every country has its Signature art style and Bhutan has some of the best Asian architecture which is displayed all over the country. Bless your eyes with the most colorful monasteries and heritage sites. Bhutan has a deep rooted culture influenced by Buddhist meaning and you can see statues of Buddha and other revered saints all over the place. The enchanting voice of monks praying and the hypnotic musical instruments played in the monasteries are all part of the attraction that you will enjoy.
When you visit a country you not only see the attractions but also see the people, their lifestyle, and everything related to the country and Bhutan is the place where you get inspired. This country is different from the rest of the world in many factors but the most impressive thing about this country is it measures the country’s growth with GDH gross national happiness whereas other countries measure their growth with GDP gross domestic product. Thus Bhutan is one of the happiest countries in the world. Bhutan is the most vibrant country and there's no doubt that these people love the festivals they celebrate throughout the year which are out of the world.
7 Days Bhutan Tour Attractions
Bhutan is packed with traditional heritage royal infrastructure that leaves people stunned with its beauty. The attractions are simple yet so complex, full of mystery and some sort of divine power. Bhutan claims to be the most Buddhist country in the world and it proudly boasts its Buddhist influences all over the place, culture and its people. Most of the architecture has unique and peculiar Bhutanese designs to it which can be identified just by looking at the multi-colored carvings all over the buildings and religious monuments. All the cultural sights are cloaked with century-old myths and folklore which are the base of the tradition and culture that makes Bhutan one of a kind.
Tachogang Lhakhang, a simple yet powerful monastery with a beautiful history attached to it. Tachogang simply translates to ‘’Temple of the excellent Horse’’ This place is mostly known for its iron chain bridge which was built by one of the legends of Bhutan called Tangtong Gyelpo in the 15th century. It lies on the way from Paro to the capital of Thimphu. The bridge above a roaring river gives you peace of mind while crossing it the iconic bridge flutters with several colorful prayer flags making it a remarkable attraction.
Tashichho Dzong, officially known as Thimphu Dzong is an impressive landmark in Thimphu. It is called the ‘’fortress of the glorious religion’’ in the Bhutanese language. It houses the throne room of the current King and the headquarters of the Bhutan clergy. The exterior of this building is whitewashed and topped with an iconic red-colored roof which never fails to catch the attention of travelers. It is surrounded by a beautiful garden and well-maintained green lawn giving it a royal look. The building itself is a piece of art and on top of that, there are together thirty temples, chapels, and shrines within the Dzong premises.
Kuensel Phodrang, also recognized as Buddha’s Point, is a giant solid bronze statue of Buddha Dordenma. It is also one of the biggest sited Buddha Dordenma in the world. Dordenma is a form of Buddha which is called a Shakyamuni Buddha and this iconic idol overlooks the serene Thimphu valley with a peaceful look on it. It is situated at an elevation of 2500m above sea level, a perfect viewpoint to get a panoramic view of the valleys along with a tidy city view. The faded prayer flags distinctively mark the territory and greet its visitors with magnificent views and crisp clean air.
National Memorial Chorten, mostly known as Thimphu Chorten or Peace Memorial Chorten is the most visited landmark in Bhutan. For many Bhutanese is a center of daily worship where they perform Kora (Circumambulation around the Stupa/clockwise). It is no ordinary stupa but is a Memorial in honor of the 3rd Dragon King HRM Jigme Dorji Wangchuk which is the most visible sight in Thimphu. It is located close to the central part of Thimphu city. Also, this building is dedicated to Tantric Buddhism.
Motithang Takin Preserve originally was a mini zoo and is now a Takin preserves located in the Motithang district of Thimphu, Bhutan. The Takin (Budorcas Taxicolor) is the national animal of Bhutan due to its links with its Bhutanese religious history and mythology. It is believed that in the 15th century, a Tibetan saint, Drukpa Kunley, well- known as ‘’Divide Madam’’ created a strange creature now known as Takin. This goat-antelope-like creature is found in steep forests extending to the timberline and mountain valley in the eastern Himalayan region.
Simtokha Dzong situated on top of a small hill is a magnificent small Dzong which is otherwise known as Sangak Zabdrung Phodrang. As mentioned it is located in a small area meaning it provides a beautiful lush valley view, along with a nature view this dzong itself is a work of art. As soon as you enter the premises you will see the most colorful decorations hanging outside the building and religious murals all over the wall. This building was built in 1629 and it is one of the few monuments which is still intact to its original form. As the exterior fascinates you with its beauty, the interior also amazes visitors with rustic murals of Buddha's life journey.
Zilukha Nunnery popularly known as Druthob Goemba or Zilukha Anim Dratshang is a Buddhist nunnery located in Zilukha, Thimphu. This monastery is located a few mins away from the main city area of Thimphu. This is the place where nuns learn the teachings and doctrine of Tantric Buddhism and devote their life to the community after their graduation. This is the largest nunnery in Bhutan and houses around 60-70 nuns. This place is not only considered an attraction but also represents the merging of Bhutan’s spiritual past, the evolving present and the challenger future.
The Centenary Farmers Market, about 10 mins from the clock tower, near Wangchu river, and just north of the Changlimithang stadium is the busiest farmers market. The Centenary market was officially established in 2008. The Centenary Farmers Market is a two-storey building with around 400 stalls for the vendors to display their produce. The vendors start arriving on Thursday and Friday and stay till Sunday night. The best time to explore this market is within these three days. You can find fresh and organically grown fruits, vegetables, and almost all sorts of stuff such as incest to a wide range of species. You can also visit the cereal section and try snacks and truly enjoy the Bhutanese cuisine.
Punakha Dzong which simply translates to the ‘’Palace of great bliss or happiness’’ is a majestic Castle-like landmark situated in Punakha, Bhutan. It is the administrative center of Punakha. Punakha Dzong is 180m long and 72m wide and the central building is six stories high making it the second biggest and oldest Dzong in Bhutan. This imposing building served as the government's central location until the mid-1950s and the building also has deep roots in religion and history. Besides being an iconic building it also provides a panoramic view of the surrounding area.
Chimi Lhakhang which translates to fertility Temple and it got its strange name for a reason. This place is painted with erotic images all over the temple walls so don’t be surprised if you see such figures while expecting a holy sight. It is believed that visiting this temple helps convince a baby. The strange history and teaching of this place are quite different from other Buddhist monasteries that you see. This temple is dedicated to Drukpa Kunley also known as the ‘’Divine Madman’’ who was known to live a drunken revelry life full of wine, women and poetry.
Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten sited above the hill in Punakha valley is a classic illustration of traditional Asian architecture. It was not built to honor any saint or religious idol but to ward off the negative energy and spread peace and harmony to all living beings. Like any other Buddhist temple, there is a small space where people sit and pray, meditate and study as this place is quiet and has a tranquil atmosphere. The view from the top of Chorten is mind-blowing as you can see a Bodhi tree along with a beautiful paddy field (Seasonal), two large prayer wheels, and a charming small temple embellished with intricate Bhutanese design.
Culture and Heritage of Bhutan
Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang nunnery located on top of a hill overlooking three valleys, Punakha, Toebesa and Wangduephodrang. It was built as a Buddhist college for the nuns to study the teaching and Doctrines of Buddhism. The temple is a true example of traditional Bhutanese construction that demonstrates rich cultural values dating back hundreds of years. This temple houses 14 feet of a bronze statue of Avalokiteshvara along with 12 Tara, Padmasambhava, Budhha of longevity and Zhabdrung Ngawang. Among these all figurines, the Avalokiteshvara is the most popular one as it shows the authentic craftsmanship of the Bhutanese artisans.
The Jungshi paper factory is located approximately 1 km from Thimphu city, Bhutan. One of the oldest handmade paper factories in Bhutan which produces export quality paper. Jungshi meaning natural in its native language is the famous paper factor of Bhutan. here, authentic Bhutanese paper called Deh-Sho is manufactured from the bark of Daphne and Dhekap trees. The current Jungshi paper factory used to be the monastery for manuscript books and woodblocks and also for writing sacred books.
The national post office also known as the National Post Office headquarters is situated close to Changlam Square of Thimphu city and is an interesting place to pay a visit while in Bhutan. It is the world's largest photo book with a large collection of stamps and is a paradise for people who like to collect stamps. Here you can get fully functional stamps with self-portraits on them. It's a great place to get an amazing and one-of-a-kind souvenir.
Changlimithang Archery ground is a tournament ground located in Thimphu Bhutan, one can witness the natives hitting the target bullseye from a distance of 100 m. Archery is the national and most popular game in Bhutan. This is the place where the national archery game is held every year and now and then. You can also learn and play this game with the locals.
Rinpung Dzong best known as Paro Dzong or ‘’Fortress of Heap of Jewels’’ built in 1644 under the order of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal who was a revered Tibetan Lama. It is called the Fortress of Heap of Jewels due to its massive collection of treasured buildings. This complex contains the monastic body, government offices, religious, military, and administrative and a social center of the district, Paro. This structure intimidates its visitors with its lofty and traditional architecture.
Jangtsa Dumgtseg Lhakhang is a three-store building and these three floors represent Heaven, Earth and Hell constructed by the famous iron bridge builder the famous architect Thangtong Gyelpo. As Bhutan is full of peculiar mythology and this place has it too, it is believed that this temple is built on top of a demon head to suppress the serpentine force which was getting all the inhabitants ill. Each of the interiors contains an intense collection of Buddha’s murals and iconography that dates back to the 5th century. This place has paintings of progressive tantric Buddhism, Buddhist philosophy, and important deities and figurines of the Drukpa Kagyu Pa School.
Taktsang Monastery internationally known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery nestled in the cliff of Paro valley is by far the most iconic monastery in the world. The monastery hangs on top of the cliff giving a panoramic view of the entire Paro valley. The Peak elevation of the monastery is 3286m and it takes around 2 to 3 hours depending on your fitness level. The total distance from the hiking point to the peak (Monastery) is just 4.27km. Taktsang Hike is one of the most admired things to experience while in Bhutan. The pristine nature, stunning hike route, and panoramic view that you get from the top are worth the walk.
Kyichu Lhakhang is situated in the south of Paro town and is also the oldest temple in Bhutan. It also goes by the name Lho Kyerchu or Kyerchu and is called the sacred jewel of Bhutan. The atmosphere here is tranquil and the kind of place where you see the elderly people circumambulating around the pilgrimage and spinning the prayer wheels around the monastery. Inside the courtyard, you will see the amazing painting of the King of Tibet who was a great warrior according to legends. And there is an epic poem that is the longest in history. This place is very important to historians due to its historical and spiritual importance and travelers also like to practice meditation inside the pilgrimage premises.
What to expect from the 7 Days Bhutan Tour?
Join the journey in the valley of the tiny Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan. The land of Thunder Dragon has a lot to offer and show to its visitors, the spectacular landscapes, timeless mountains, and ancient traditions alive in every people's heart to this day. Once you visit Bhutan you will know what love, at first sight, means as it will enchant your heart with its beauty and charm. To reach Bhutan in the best way is by air which gives you an amazing experience and the opportunity to see the beautiful country from above. As you prepare to land you will see the celestial sight under the thin layer of fog. After you land and finish with your paperwork and airport formality you will see your tour guide and driver gracefully dressed in cultural attire Gho (Male), and Kira (Woman) waiting for you outside the airport.
Our 7 days Bhutan tour will give you ideas about the country, the opportunity to know your limits, explore the beauty and culture and many more. After you check in at the hotel you will visit the attractions sites at Thimphu where you will stay overnight. Soak in the cultural beauty by witnessing the imposing architecture and its historical importance. There are several monasteries, Dzongs, and Fortress which are covered in authentic Bhutanese art forms. The building is covered in beautiful and colorful prayer flags along with other religious materials used in rituals. As Bhutan proudly claims to be a Buddhist country, you can see most of the Bhutanese practice the teaching of Buddhism and follow the philosophy which even the government of Bhutan encourages.
Bhutanese people are known to be extremely friendly and helpful, here you will experience a new concept of hospitality. You can travel to this country with a piece of mind knowing that you will get an amazing experience regarding the treatment while in Bhutan. Get a taste of delicious Bhutanese cuisine and they love everything spicy! Meaning if you don’t have spice tolerance it's not for you. The national dish of Bhutan is Ema Datshi also known as chili cheese stew served with some rice. These are the things to feast on while in Bhutan besides the breathtaking views and lifetime experience. As already mentioned Bhutan has some of the most classic and thrilling monasteries one of which is Taktsang Lhakhang (Tiger’s Monastery). This iconic monetary is not only known for sacred reasons but for its rewarding hikes. As Bhutan is the only carbon-negative country you will feel the crisp and cool air wherever you go. To end your trip you can enjoy the traditional hot stone bath and cultural dinner with your guide as a farewell.
Arrival in Paro, Drive to Thimphu
Jen Pa Ley Sho (Welcome) to the land of Thunder Dragon. After landing in this mysterious country known as the land of Thunder Dragon, finish with your airport formality and baggage collection. Bhutan is one of the few countries that was never colonized and is successful in preserving its culture. (Paro to Thimphu 1 hr 20 mins/50km) After you land, Welcome! To one of the happiest countries in the world. Drive to your respective hotel and check in after that and pay a short visit to Tachogang Lhakhang (3810m) which is a beautiful landmark located along the Thimphu-Paro Highway. Explore the century-old iron chain bridge covered in colorful prayer flags. Take some pictures and get fascinated looking at the landscape seen from there.
To end your day visit the most admired Tashichho Dzong. This building is not only an attraction site but also serves as one of the important political capital buildings. In the evening the whole building is lit with beautiful lights. The base of the building shines like snow and the top of the building is lit with an iconic red color. You will see the true beauty of the building along with the pretty ambience.
After breakfast, you will depart from your hotel and drive toward the Kuensel Phodrang (2655m) also known as the Buddha's point. Overlooking the celestial backdrop of Thimphu valley which is one of the iconic valleys of this country Bhutan. The giant figure of the Great Buddha Dordenma is one of the biggest statues of a sitting Buddha in the world. Explore the National Memorial Chorten built in the loving memory of the third Dragon king Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Here you get to see a beautiful ritual which is circumambulation around the Chorten. The warmth from all the butter lamps lit in the honor of the deceased will melt your heart.
The next stop is Motithang Takin Preserve (3700m). The area is the forested preserve area that mimics the Takin’s natural habitat. Here you will see the national animal of Bhutan free in its natural habitat. (If you want to watch Takin up close, visit the preserve at the feeding time when the takings are close to the fence.) The preserve allows you to see these animals with your own eyes, and you also get a panoramic view of the nearby valley. Stop by a restaurant and have lunch before you go any further sightseeing.
After lunch at a restaurant chosen by your guide visit, the culturally rich monument Simtokha Dzong (3100m) and soak in your first culturally immersive day in Bhutan. This Dzong mainly serves as an institute of language and culture studies and houses several sculptures and traditional paintings of various religious figures and deities. Zilukha Nunnery (2685m) locally known as Thangtong Dewachen Nunnery. It is a small and traditional nunnery located in the hills of the Himalayan country Zilukha, Thimphu overlooking Tashichho Dzong. This nunnery houses around 60 nuns. And to end your sightseeing visit The Centenary Farmers Market where you can see and taste organically grown fresh fruits and delighted snacks. Explore the weekends/busiest domestic market of Bhutan and get amazed.
Drive to Punakha
After you have your warm breakfast at your respective hotel get ready to blow your mind with the beauty, bizarre history and glorious views (Thimphu to Punakha by drive approximately 2 hr 30 mins/74 Km). Punakha Dzong (3900 m), is the second largest and second oldest landmark present in Bhutan. It takes around 3 hours to drive from Thimphu city. This majestic building lies between two main rivers Mo Chhu (Female) and Pho Chhu (Male). In the spring season, this place looks out of the world with all the flowering trees around the landmark. After finishing sightseeing, return to your respective hotel and fill your tummy with delicious food and rest well for tomorrow.
After you have your warm breakfast at your respective hotel get ready to blow your mind with the beauty, bizarre history and glorious views. Drive towards Chimi Lhakhang, The Fertility Temple. This Monterey is well-known throughout Bhutan as a fertility-inducing center. Thousands of people visit the monastery to get blessings from saints. To get inside the premises one has to walk through the mustard and rice fields making the sightseeing more therapeutic. This is the place where you get to see elderly people go around (Clockwise which is a ritual rule) the monuments to pay respect. And return to your respective hotel in Punakha and rest for yet another amazing adventurous day tomorrow.
Drive to Paro
Today you will explore some of the popular sites but before you, visit these places, have a healthy breakfast and get ready to be amazed. (Drive time Punakha to Paro 3 hr 20 mins/115km) Once you have reached Punakha visit the pride of Bhutan which is The Jungshi Paper factory where you can learn how authentic papers are handmade from the natural product with an interesting and ancient technique. After viewing the amazing process of making paper visit the National post office where you see the stamp collection. If you are interested in collecting stuff this place is for you, as you can customize a stamp with your portrait which is fully functional and is one of a kind.
Next is Changlimithang Archery ground where native people play their favorite sport which is Archery. Archery is adored by the Bhutanese people, as a result, it is their national sport as well. You can learn and also might as well give it as short with your guide who will accompany you throughout your tour. Before you visit any other sites, have lunch at a restaurant chosen by your guide and enjoy your meal. Pay a visit to Rinpung Dzong also known as Paro Dzong. This majestic structure might intimate you at first but once you are inside the premises you will see nothing but pure beauty and experience inner tranquility. You will be provided with all the information including the history and its significance by your guide. And to conclude your day visit Jangtse Dumgtseg Lhakhang which is a temple across the Paro bridge. This old site is full of fascinating mythology so make sure you listen to your guide.
A trip to Bhutan is incomplete without a visit to the most iconic monastery in the world, Taktsang Monastery (2990m) most commonly known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery. You will take an early morning breakfast and stretch your legs and get ready for a short hike. This hike is challenging and is the main reason that protects this unbelievable attraction from being congested. Once you've passed the dense forest you will get a fantastic glimpse of the shiny monastery, somehow aggressively pressed on the wall over the valley floor. Take a tour of the building inside out along with a panoramic view of the Paro valley. This quiet spot was used as a meditation cave in the 8th century and later as a monastery in the 17th century. Thrilling! How cool is that!
Fill your tummy with the packed food while you breathe in the fresh air and take your time to soak in the beauty. There is a cafeteria in the middle of the trail where you can have lunch if you wish to. This place provides a different point of view of the monastery that one should not miss.
Kyichu Lhakhang which is a twin temple and also one of the oldest temples built in the 7th century. This place is also known for its mysterious orange tree that bears oranges throughout the year. This evening, savor your free time at the pub and visit the local markets of Bhutan and enjoy your time collecting souvenirs and memories in the hypnotic streets of Bhutan. Or just relax and enjoy the hot stone bath as it is the most popular and admired thing to do before you leave this mysterious country.
Today is the final day of your trip to Bhutan. If you have extra time we (Altitude Himalaya) would be more than happy to suggest how to make the most out of it. On the other hand, if you are going home then Farewell! On your way home today. This trip will send you refreshed from all the cultural sightseeing and remarkable hiking.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How to reach Bhutan?
The best way to reach Bhutan is by air and this country has only one international airport in Paro which is just 7 km away from the city. It has a direct flight from Nepal (Kathmandu), India (New Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra, Guwahati, and Gaya), Bangladesh ( Dhaka), Thailand (Bangkok), and Singapore (Changi). We Altitude Himalaya are more than happy to arrange a flight for your amazing trip to Bhutan.
Can we visit Bhutan except for Nepal?
Yes, there are direct flights to Bhutan from Singapore (Changi) on Sunday at 06:30 AM and Thursday at 10: 30 AM. Bangladesh (Dhaka) Friday, Saturday, and Monday at 09:20 AM and 10:20 AM. Thailand (Bangkok) daily flight from 05:15 AM, 06:30 AM, and 01:10 PM with half an hour layover in India (Kolkata). And from major cities of India (New Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra, Guwahati, and Gaya). Which might change according to weather conditions.
Can we travel from Nepal to Bhutan?
Yes, you can and the best way to reach Bhutan from Nepal is by air. Bhutan has a direct flight from Nepal (Kathmandu) and daily flights from Kathmandu, Nepal to Paro, Bhutan which will take around 1 and a half hours covering a distance of around 402 km by air.
Do we need a visa to visit Bhutan?
Yes, on arrival in Bhutan, the traveler must present their passport, 2 photographs, and the fee of USD 50 to receive the original visa sticker. A visitor's visa can only be approved through a licensed tour operator in Bhutan. However, you can also get the visa by filling up an online form. However, if you are an Indian citizen you don't require Visa to visit Bhutan instead of a Visa one should have two valid travel documents (A) a Valid Indian passport having a validity of a minimum of 6 months (B) A Voter identity card, issued by the election commission of India.
Can you visit Bhutan on your own?
Unfortunately, you can not travel to Bhutan without a licensed travel agency in Bhutan as it is a basic rule that a foreigner needs to follow. Also throughout your trip to Bhutan, you must be accompanied by a local professional tour guide and a driver who will take care of all your transportation, sightseeing, and other formalities until you depart from Bhutan. However, if you are a citizen from India, Maldives, or Bangladesh these rules are not applied to you.
What makes Bhutan different from the rest of the world?
Numerous things make Bhutan stand out from the rest of the world but most fascinatingly, this country measures its country's growth with GDH gross national happiness. In contrast, other countries measure their growth with GDP gross domestic product. And this country proudly and strictly protects its culture along with nature. Also, Bhutan is the world's first carbon-negative country, mainly because of its large-scale forests, covering 70% of the country. This country absorbs more carbon dioxide than it produces making it different from the rest of the world.
What are Do’s and Don’ts while visiting the cultural sites in Bhutan?
While visiting cultural sights follow the dress code and remove your hats and footwear as it is considered disrespectful to use them. Taking pictures and any videos are strictly prohibited inside the religious architecture and also smoking in public is strongly discouraged.
When is the best time to visit Bhutan?
When it comes to Bhutan each month is full of life and fascination but there is a specific time when to visit Bhutan to make the most of it. Here, the Best time to visit Bhutan, get all the necessary information about the ideal time to visit the kingdom in the clouds.
Can we visit Nepal and Bhutan together?
Yes, you can visit Nepal and Bhutan together and we have a perfect itinerary for that Nepal-Bhutan tour. This itinerary will allow you to get the best of both countries.
Airport pick up and drop off on a private basis.
A private A/C vehicle for all the mentioned transportation and sightseeing.
All (6 Nights) hotel accommodations are based on double-sharing deluxe rooms.
All mentioned sightseeing entrance fees.
Daily breakfast and dinner at the hotel.
Lunch at the government allowed tourist restaurant. (as mentioned)
All Bhutan government and local tourism taxes.
A local tour guide throughout the trip.
Driver and guide’s allowance, salary, fuel cost, and toll/taxes.
Bhutan sustainable development fee USD 200/night effective from 20 June 2022.
International flight to reach Bhutan.
Bhutan visa fee. (USD 50 per person)
Tips to driver and tour guide. (Not required but recommended)
Services that aren’t mentioned above.
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