Explore Bhutan Tour

Explore Bhutan tour runs through the mystical valleys of Bhutan. This 5 days Bhutan tour provides you with the exploration of the Dragon Kingdom.

Trip Facts

duration Duration 5 days
trip-difficulty Trip Difficulty Easy
Average Group Size 2-10
trip-code Trip Code EBT
trip-code Start Point Paro
trip-start-point Trip End Point Paro
trip-accomodation Accomodation 3 Star Hotels
trip-meals Meals As Mentioned
transportation Transportation On Private Basis

Trip Highlights

  • Sightseeing in major cities of Bhutan Thimphu, Paro and Punakha.
  • Majestic view of the great Himalayas and lush green valley.
  • Fascinating architecture of Bhutan in the form of Dzong, Fortress and Monasteries.
  • Vibrant Buddhist  culture and tradition exploration.
  • Celestial valleys and ambience throughout the Bhutan tour.
  • A Rewarding hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery through a dense quiet forest.
  • Wonderful experience of Bhutanese lifestyle, customs and  culture.

Trip Overview

Want to spend some quality time where you are surrounded by mystery and pristine natural beauty? Then take time to experience the thrilling yet satisfying hikes, century-old temples exploration, and iconic landmarks fused with beautiful tradition on your Bhutan adventure. Bhutan is also known as the ‘’land of the Thunder Dragon’’ and ‘’the happiest country’’ which is exactly what you need to get refreshed and experience new things. Bhutan has everything to satisfy the hunger of travelers who want to experience nothing but pure nature and historical beauty. This glamorous country is located on the southern slopes of the eastern Himalayas and is jam-packed with beautiful century-old historical monuments.

This 5-day Bhutan tour gives you enough time to explore the Dragon Kingdom. You will experience the lifestyle of the people, deep-rooted culture and tradition, vibrant festivals, and immaculate nature. As soon as you reach Bhutan, you will be welcomed by the fresh air and endless eye-pleasing valley view. This mysterious country will surround you with its warm aura wherever you go. While you are in Bhutan you can see the lush green hills from everywhere. Buildings in Bhutan hardly pass the 6th-floor meaning you get to see a killer view from your hotel, while going sightseeing everywhere. Also, people here are very warm and polite. You will experience a new concept of hospitality which will melt your heart.

This country has some of the most iconic monuments in the world that includes hundreds of years old monasteries, historical sites, and intimidating landmarks. You will get to see all the mesmerizing places with your own eyes. Besides the beautiful monuments, you will also get the chance to see nature while you hike toward the most popular monastery called the Tiger’s Nest Monastery aggressively pressed against the wall on a cliff. The landmarks are located in very peaceful and flawless places which provide great views that everyone can enjoy. Other monuments are also one of a kind with stunning locations as well.

The best way to know the history and culture of Bhutan is by visiting the heritage sites and observing the place while you get educated by the guide in detail. Once at the monumental sites you will be fascinated with the most intricate artwork that is displayed all over the buildings, monasteries, and fortress. The colorful patterns and designs will make you think and appreciate the culture and traditions of this place. Bhutan has deep-rooted Buddhist culture which you can see in every corner of Bhutan. Bhutan also proudly celebrates festivals throughout the year which are influenced by the Buddhist religion.

During your trip, you will go sightseeing to some of the most popular sites that include the most iconic monasteries, and landmarks that are Tachogang Lhakhang, National Memorial Chorten (Thimphu Chorten), Simtokha Dzong and Tashichho Dzong while you are at Thimphu. After that, you will visit Kuensel Phodrang, Dochula Pass, Chimi Lhakhang and Punakha Dzong while at Punakha.

Next is Paro and it has a lot to offer to visitors from unforgettable landscapes to century-old landmarks that are covered with charming history and Bhutanese artwork. Here in Paro, you will visit Changangkha Lhakhang, Motithang Takin Preserve, Zilukha Nunnery and Rinpung Dzong along with other historical sites Taktsang Lhakhang (Tiger’s Nest Monastery), Kyichu Lhakhang which is one of the oldest monasteries in Bhutan built in the 7th century. 

Bhutan Tourist Attractions

Bhutan has some of the fascinating attractions to offer its visitors. Bhutan is known for its untouched nature and unshakable Buddhist culture which are unique. Wherever you go you will find yourself surrounded by lush green valleys and fresh air so breathe in and breathe out. While you go out sightseeing the imposing buildings will stand tall in front of you making you feel small and intimidated. You are surrounded by a divine aura inside the monasteries and Dzongs, something mysterious. Bhutan is like a treasure for someone curious about history and architecture because some of the historical buildings date back to the 7th century and have authentic Bhutanese art engraved in them.   

Tachogang Lhakhang is a quiet monastery located on the outskirts of Paro valley. Tachogang means ‘’Temple of the hill of excellent horses’’ in the Bhutanese language. It was built by Thangtong Gyalpo as it is believed he saw a spiritual horse Balaha-an emanation of Avalokiteshvara,  while he was meditating. To reach this monastery one has to cross the Pachhu (Paro river) through an iron bridge. This isn't just any other iron brie that you see, it was built in the 14th century by a great architect Thangtong Gyalpo. He built 108 iron bridges throughout Bhutan and Tibet one of which is present in the Tachogang Lhakhang.

National Memorial Chorten also known as Memorial Stupa or Thimphu Chorten located in Doeboom Lam in the southern central part of the city.  It was built in 1974 to commemorate the third king of the Wangchuck Dynasty. This stupa is easily recognizable with its white-washed walls decorated with dazzling golden annexes. It is located in a perfect place from where you get the beautiful valley view and can spend some peaceful time there. The ambience is tranquil with the imposing monument where you will get a warm vibe from all the butter lamps lit in the memories of descended loved ones. Also, you will see people going around the Chorten in a clockwise direction which is called the circumambulation of the Chorten. 

Simtokha Dzong (‘’Dzong’’meaning small Castle-monastery) also known as Sangak Zabdhon Phodrang which translates to ‘’Place of the profound meanings of secret  Mantras’’ is a small monastery. It is situated in the southern region of Thimphu also this Dzong is one of the few monuments built in the early 17th century and is still intact in its original form. Acknowledging the expert artisan of Bhutanese architecture, Simtokha Dzong is one of the most visited attractions in Bhutan. Once inside the Dzong, you will see the journey of Gautam Buddha on the walls in the form of beautiful murals. Inside the monastery, if you look around you might as well see the preserved Tiger’s tails and gun hanging on the pillar of the Simtokha Dzong.

Takshichho Dzong

Tashichho Dzong also known as Tashichho Dzong nestled along the bank of the Wang Chu river which is the historical fortress-like monastery in Thimphu. Tashichhoe was originally known as Dho-Nyon (Blue-stone) Dzong. Tashichho stands for ‘’Fortress of Auspicious Doctrine’’in its native language. This is one of the most breathtaking landmarks in Bhutan with eye-catching white painted walls with iconic red roofs successfully captivating the attention of the visitors. The beauty of the building is well complemented by the lush green valley and open space around the site.

Kuensel Phodrang also known as the Buddha point and also known for housing one of the biggest Buddha statues, the great Buddha Dordenma. (Figure of Sakyamuni Buddha, one of the forms of Buddha)  is situated at an altitude of 2655 m in the center of Thimphu. This is a perfect spot to get a majestic sunset view and a panoramic view of the entire Thimphu valley. The site is surrounded by an alpine forest, and the highway leading to Kuensel Phodrang is known as one of the most rewarding road trips toward the most iconic routes in Thimphu.

Dochula Pass

Dochula Pass located in the middle of the road from Thimphu to Punakha is a small mountain pass in Bhutan. Situated at an elevation of 3100 it provides an exquisite view of the endless range of snow-capped peaks. The total number of 108 memorial Chorten consists of 107 mini Chorten with one large Choten also known as ‘’Druk Wangyal Chorten”. These Chorten are in the memories of brave soldiers who lost their life in 2003.  The cluster of memorial Chotens is decorated with vibrant prayer flags in honor of the soldiers and is considered a historical and religious site in Thimphu. You can also go on a short hike in the forest enclosed by the Dochula Pass.

Chimi Lhakhang is also known as the fertility temple sited on the hill of Lobesa valley, Punakha. This is one of a kind of temples that was built in 1499 AD. This pilgrimage is popular throughout Bhutan and it is believed that one can conceive a child if one visits this Monterey. Unlike other religious sites, this place is rather known for strange enlightenment and teaching which are different from ancient teachings. Drukpa Kunley also known as the madman of the Dragon Lineage was known to claim himself as the fertility Saint built this monastery.

Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong also known as Puntang Dewa Chhenbi Phodrang is the most immersive Dzong in Punakha valley. In its native language, it translates to “Palace of great happiness’’. It is situated along the banks of the Mo Chhu and Po Chuu rivers on the fringes of the main town of Punakha. This iconic landmark was built in 1638 AD and is the 2nd oldest and 2nd largest Dzong in Bhutan. This majestic site not only grants the visitors with its glamorous architectural beauty but also provides a mesmerizing view of the calm George surrounded by soothing green hills.

Changangkha Lhakhang is a  Buddhist fortress-like monastery built in the 12th century in Thimphu, Bhutan. It is balanced on a ridge beside Motithang Takin Preserve Changangkha Lhakhang is one of the most admired sites by travelers. This entire landmark is divided into three individual buildings. The first building is for those who have dedicated their lives to learning Buddhist teachings. Other buildings are dedicated to Gurus  Rinpoche; the last is the monks' meditation hall. This place offers a serene view of the Thimphu valley and is known for housing a unique figurine of Chenresig.

Takin Preserve

Motithang Takin Preserve is situated on the outskirts of Thimphu valley and is one of the protected areas in Bhutan. Motithang is dedicated to protecting the national animal of Bhutan. Takin is a goat-like animal that is protected by the government of Bhutan. This preserve is situated at an altitude of 2100m above sea level. This area is surrounded by dense alpine forests and grants a glorious view of the valley. To see the Takin visit this preserve at the feeding time when they are close to the fence.

Zilukha Nunnery locally known as Thangthong Dewachen Nunnery is a Buddhist monastery in Bhutan in Thimphu valley. The monastery is a few mins away from the town. This nunnery houses monks who dedicate their life to learning Bhhudist teaching and after they graduate, monks dedicate their lives to community service. This place will inspire you to learn about the peaceful teachings of Buddha.

Rinpung Dzongkha established in 1646 on a hill above Paro valley originally called Rinchen Pung Dzong which simply translates to ‘’the fortress on a heap of jewels’’. This Dzong is the most elegant and peaceful building which is a must-visit place while in Bhutan. This Dzong is known for exclusive religious sacred masks and costumes which is one of the main attractions. The prayer halls of this Dzong are stunningly painted with religious murals depicting the life of Milarepa, a point and saint of Tibet.

Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest)

Taktsang Monastery locally is known as Taktsang Palphug  Monastery/ Paro Taktsang Monastery. Taktsang translates to Tiger’s Nest Monastery and is popular among international travelers. This imposing monastery aggressively pressed to the cliff with an elevation of 3210m above sea level. This iconic Monterey can only be reached by a hike that is 2 hours on foot. After you reach the top of the monastery you can see the panoramic view of the Paro valley followed by flourishing green forest along with a wide range of snow-capped mountains. The tiger's nest hike is considered an iconic and rewarding hike.

Kyichu Lhakhang called Kyichu Temple is the oldest temple in Bhutan which was built in the 7th century. It is also believed that this temple was built overnight and situated in Lango Gewog of Paro valley. There are twin temples in Kyichu, making it more iconic and important to its people. This place houses the original statue of Jowo Shakyamuni according to some philosophers. Also, you can see the mysterious orange tree which bears oranges throughout the year and is believed to have some sort of diving energy in this particular place. 

What to expect from a 5 days Bhutan tour?

Bhutan is known as the last Shangri-La on earth also known as the ‘’Mysterious land of Thunder Dragon’’. If the kingdom of Bhutan is a must-visit on your travel bucket list then this 5-tour package is the one for you. On this trip, you will enjoy the serene places located in mesmerizing places that provide 360 views of the nearby areas. This trip gives you one of a kind experience and the opportunity to observe the pristine nature followed by the rich culture and tradition of Bhutan. You will enjoy the light hike toward the most dramatic monastery in Paro that's the Tiger’s Nest monastery nestled on top of a cliff holding century-old history and beauty. Take advantage of the finest accommodation with heart-warming hospitality while in this hypnotic country.

Appreciate the deep-rooted Buddhist culture along with gaining knowledge, one of the happiest countries in the world. Starting from Thimphu, you will foresee the adventure as you take flight above the majestic valleys and the endless Himalayan ranges. From here you will explore Bhutan through cultural sightseeing to the most beautiful and glamorous landmarks in Bhutan. Refresh yourself with a rewarding hike towards the most admired hikes of all time to the Tiger’s Nest monastery. Along with the exciting sightseeing, you will see the architecture in person and appreciate the intricate artwork done all over the historical monuments. Throughout your Bhutan tour, you will be looked after by a local and licensed tour guide from Bhutan who will provide you with all the necessary pieces of information regarding the attractions.

Learn about the warm Buddhist influence engraved inside every Bhutanese heart. The divine energy that dwells in this county will comfort you with its warmth and unique culture that separates Bhutan from every other country. Bhutanese songs and interesting folklore will keep you entertained while making you curious and hungry for more fascinating information. The adventure through the happiest country - Bhutan will stick with you for years to come. The unique monasteries and historical sites will make your jaws drop. The clean and fresh environment will refresh you and please your hearts. The native who embraces their culture will fascinate you with their loyalty towards their culture and century-old traditions.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01

Arrival in Paro, Drive to Thimphu

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. After you land, Welcome! To a country that was never occupied by any foreign country.

After driving from Paro to Thimphu check in at your hotel, rest your bags and get ready to be thrilled by the beauty and the culture of this amazing country. Start your journey by exploring the famous fortress-like monastery Tachogang Lhakhang located on the outskirts of Paro valley. The history of the place along with the view will fascinate you.

Next, drive to the National Memorial Chorten which was 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. After that move towards yet another culturally rich monument Simtokha Dzong 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.

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.

duration 2-3 Hours
duration 50 KM
ascent 2335m
trip-accomodation Hotel Pedling
trip-meals L,D
transportation On Private Basis
Day 02

Drive to Punakha

Today you will feast your eyes and soul with the charm of Bhutan. Before you go out to explore the history, culture and myths have your warm breakfast at the hotel and enjoy the Bhutanese cuisine. Driving towards the Kuensel Phodrang also knows 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.

The next stop is DochuLa Pass (3100m) where you will stop for some and explore the pass. DochuLa Pass is the collection of 108 memorial Chorten in honor of the late soldiers. Besides having deep history this place also provides exquisite views of the snow-laden Himalayas followed by the green valleys. After visiting DochuLa Pass 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. Last but not least visit the most iconic landmark, Punakha Dzong which 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 Chu (Female) and Pho Chu (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.

duration 2-3 Hours
duration 75 KM
descent 1240m
trip-accomodation Meri Puensum
trip-meals B,L,D
transportation On Private Basis
Day 03

Journey to Paro, and visit the National Takin Preserve

After breakfast, you will depart from your hotel and drive toward Changangkha Lhakhang which is a significant temple for children born in Thimphu as it is believed that the protective deity of children resides in the particular temple. The children are blessed by the Phurba (Ritual Dagger) and given a sacred thread. The next stop is Motithang Takin Preserve. 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.) Not only does the preserve allow you to see these animals with your own eyes, 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 visit, Zilukha Nunnery locally known as Thangtong Dewachen Nunnery. It is a small and traditional nunnery that is located in the hills of the Himalayan country Zilukha, Thimphu overlooking Tashichho Dzong. This nunnery houses around 60 nuns. After that explore yet another impressive monastery, Rinpung Dzong (3990m) also known as the ‘’Fortress on the heap of jewels’’. This majestic landmark dominates the valley with its glamor. This building is considered to be the most beautifully designed Dzong when it comes to Dzong. Have some pictures while at this awe-inspiring location for memories.

duration 4-5 Hours
duration 115 KM
ascent 2200m
trip-accomodation Bhutan Mandala Resort
trip-meals B,L,D
transportation On Private Basis
Day 04

Paro Sightseeing

A trip to Bhutan is incomplete without a visit to the most iconic monastery in the world, Taktsang Monastery (2950m) internationally 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 an amazing 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 17t century. Breathtaking! Fill your tummy with the packed food while you breathe in the fresh air and take your time to soak in the beauty.

After spending some quality time hiking and driving to 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.

duration 5-6 Hours
duration 12 KM
ascent 2990m
trip-accomodation Bhutan Mandala Resort
trip-meals B,L,D
transportation On Private Basis
Day 05


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.

duration 15 Minutes
trip-meals B
transportation On Private Basis

Trip Guide

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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.

  • 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.

  • How many flights are there in a day to Bhutan from abroad?

    There are about 6 flights a week except for Monday from Kathmandu to Paro. The flight distance between the two cities is around 400 km and takes 1 and a half hours by flight from Kathmandu to Paro. From Bangladesh - Dhaka there are flights on Friday, Saturday, and Monday. From Singapore - Changi there are only two fights a week which are on Sunday and Thursday. From Thailand - Bangkok there are flights throughout the week.

  • How to get a Bhutan Visa?

    To get the Bhutan Visa one must forward a letter to the head of the department addressed to Dy. Chief of Protocol. Get a note sheet from the concerned ministry, fill up the visa form application, and also need a copy of your original passport. After you get the visa it's valid for 6 months. Also, you are required to pay 200 USD per day as a tourist fee.

  • Can we visit Bhutan except then from 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.
  • How to reach the Tiger's nest monastery?

    To reach the famous monastery one has to reach the start point first. One has to cover around 12 km from the center of Paro city which takes around 30 mins. After you reach the start point of the hike it takes around 2 hours on average to get to the top of the hill and the iconic monastery.

  • What are Bhutan's tourist restrictions?

    All foreigners entering Bhutan must have a COVID-19 Negative certificate and without that, you are not allowed to visit Bhutan. And the tourists must have a valid visa and necessary travel documents. Travelers are also restricted to traveling or trekking alone.

  • What makes Bhutan different from the rest of the world?

    This country measures its country's growth with GDH gross national happiness whereas 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 is not allowed in Bhutan?

    Wearing hats, and sunglasses inside religious sites and places is not allowed. While going around the temples, monasteries, Chotens or any other religious structures only pass clockwise. Smoking in public is strictly prohibited and misbehaving within the premises of monasteries, temples, and Dzongs is discouraged. Taking pictures and videos inside religious places is also banned.

Services Includes

  • Airport pick up and drop off on a private basis.

  • A private A/C vehicle for all the mentioned transportation and sightseeing.

  • All (4 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.

Services Excludes

  • Personal expenses 

  • International flight to reach Bhutan.

  • Bhutan visa fee. (USD 50 per person)

  • Services that aren’t mentioned above. 

  • Tips to driver and tour guide. (Not required but recommended)

5 Days USD 1600 / Person


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