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Trip Duration 04 Days
Group Size 1-16 Pax
Trip Difficulty Easy
Accommodation Hotel as per itinerary
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner as per itinerary
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Trip Introduction

Overview of 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package

Start your mesmerizing 3 nights  4 days Bhutan tour package, a land nestled in the mystique of the Himalayas and steeped in ancient traditions. Bhutan, often referred to as the Land of the Thunder Dragon, boasts an unparalleled blend of natural beauty and cultural richness, making it a must-visit destination for any adventurer seeking a truly immersive experience.

Begin your tour at Paro, a town where time appears to stand still due to its old attractions and breathtaking views. Explore the National Museum, a collection of Bhutanese history, before roaming through Paro’s old streets, each whispering stories from the past. From there, you’ll travel to Thimphu, Bhutan’s dynamic capital. Here you will learn about Bhutanese culture by visiting popular buildings, including the Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, and Folk Heritage Museum. Observe the grandeur of the Giant Buddha Statue, which represents Bhutan’s spiritual core, and explore the intricate world of Bhutanese textiles at the Bhutan Textile Museum. Experience the flavors of real Bhutanese cuisine at a local restaurant, where each dish tells a tale about history and legacy.

Immerse yourself in Bhutan’s culture at the immersive Bhutan Museum. You will also learn essential information about the country’s textile heritage. You will be treated with genuine hospitality by the locals throughout the journey. They will generously share their customs and traditions, enriching your Bhutanese experience beyond words.

With accommodations ranging from deluxe villas to traditional farmhouses, this tour provides a view into the various aspects of Bhutanese life. This ensures you unforgettable memories and a fresh understanding of the fascinating kingdom’s timeless charm.

Why Choose Our 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package?

There are several advantages to booking our 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour package. We provide affordable travel with our competitive pricing, which covers lodging, meals, and transportation. The planned benefits are as follows:

  • Every aspect of the itinerary, from sightseeing to accommodations, is thoughtfully curated to ensure a seamless and enriching experience for our guests.
  • Through our network of guides and partners, you’ll gain deeper insights into Bhutan’s culture, traditions, and way of life.
  • Leave the logistics to us. We handle all the details so you can focus on enjoying your trip without any stress or worries.
  • Our tour packages are designed to offer exceptional value for money.
  • Our tours offer authentic experiences that allow you to interact with locals, participate in traditional ceremonies, and explore centuries-old monasteries and temples.
  • You can explore Bhutan with peace of mind, knowing that you’re in good hands.
  • We understand that your time is precious. That’s why our itineraries are designed to make the most of every moment.
  • We ensure that you maximize your time and experience the best of Bhutan.
  • Our goal is to create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you are hiking to ancient monasteries, witnessing traditional festivals, or simply soaking in the breathtaking scenery, we ensure that every moment of your Bhutanese adventure is filled with joy and wonder.

Note: For processing visas, we need to have a clear passport photocopy (photo should be very clear) and Passport size photograph of the clients 15-20 days prior to the travel date.


Trip Schedule

Itinerary of 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package

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Flight
Accommodation Peaceful Resort / Hotel Thimphu Tower
Meals Dinner
02
Accommodation Peaceful Resort / Hotel Thimphu Tower
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Accommodation Olathang Cottages/Hotel Mandala Resort
Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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Flight
Meals Breakfast
Added Insights

Includes/Excludes

What's Included?

  • Private transportation by Car/SUV/Hianve or Coaster
  • All necessary travel permits
  • English-speaking local guide
  • Accommodation on a twin or double-room basis
  • Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • Full board meal plan as per itinerary
  • Bhutan government royalty (US$ 100 per person/per night)
  • Bottle of drinking water while on tour

What's Excluded?

  • Insurance of any kind
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, guide tips & etc.
  • Any additional cost due to natural calamity, unforeseen circumstances, etc.
We offer discounts

Special Group Discount Price

Group Size Price
1 Person US$ 810 Per Person
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Essential Information - 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package

Preparation for 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package

A 3 night 4 day Bhutan travel package requires obtaining a Bhutanese tourist visa through a registered tour operator. Bring an open mind and a sense of adventure to fully immerse yourself in Bhutan’s unique culture and natural beauty for an unforgettable journey. Preparing for a 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package includes a few key steps:

  • Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay and obtain a Bhutanese visa, which can be arranged through a licensed tour operator.
  • Purchase comprehensive travel insurance to cover medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and other unforeseen events during your journey.
  • Pack appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions, including layers for cool evenings and comfortable walking shoes for exploring.
  • Exchange currency for Bhutanese Ngultrum upon arrival, as credit cards are not widely accepted outside major hotels and establishments.
  • Bring a universal adaptor to charge your electronic devices, as plug types may differ from your home country.
  • Pack modest clothing, including long pants and shirts with sleeves, to adhere to Bhutanese cultural norms, especially when visiting religious sites.
  • Organize essential travel documents, including your tour itinerary, hotel reservations, and emergency contact information.
  • Familiarize yourself with Bhutan’s environmental and cultural preservation efforts, and strive to minimize your impact on the local ecosystem and communities during your stay.

Best Time for 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour Package

The best time for 3 nights 4 days Bhutan Tour largely depends on your preferences and what you wish to experience. Generally, the best time to visit Bhutan are during the spring and autumn seasons:

Spring (March to May)

  • This period offers mild temperatures, blooming flowers, and lush greenery, making it perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking and sightseeing.
  • You can witness the stunning rhododendron blooms in the valleys, adding vibrant colours to the landscapes.
  • Spring is also a great time to attend various cultural festivals, such as the Paro Tsechu, where you can immerse yourself in Bhutanese traditions and celebrations.

Autumn (September to November):

  • Autumn brings clear skies, crisp air, and stunning views of the Himalayas, making it an excellent time for trekking and mountain exploration.
  • The weather is generally pleasant, with minimal rainfall, allowing for uninterrupted outdoor adventures.
  • This season offers opportunities to witness traditional festivals like the Thimphu Tshechu, providing insights into Bhutanese culture and spirituality.

Food tour in Bhutan

You will find a variety of delicious food options available, reflecting the country’s rich culinary heritage. If you are willing to do a food tour in Bhutan, then this country is the best for varied culinary. Bhutanese cuisine is known for its bold flavors, primarily influenced by Tibetan, Indian, and Chinese culinary traditions.

A staple food in Bhutan is “Ema Datshi,” a spicy dish made with chilli peppers and cheese, often served with rice. Other popular dishes include “Datsi Kewa” (potatoes cooked in cheese), “Phaksha Paa” (pork cooked with red chilli peppers), and “Momos” (dumplings filled with meat or vegetables).

You will find a wide range of restaurants in major cities like Thimphu and Paro. They offer Bhutanese, Indian, Tibetan, and international cuisines. Restaurants in tourist areas often cater to diverse dietary preferences, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Meals may be provided by guesthouses, lodges, or local eateries while exploring rural areas. They offer authentic Bhutanese dishes prepared with locally sourced ingredients.

Bhutan does not have a major street food culture. You will find small food stalls or vendors selling snacks and beverages in market areas. Local markets, such as the Centenary Farmers’ Market in Thimphu, offer fresh produce, fruits, and traditional snacks, providing an opportunity to sample Bhutanese flavours.

Accommodation Range while you are on the Bhutan Tour

Accommodation facilities in Bhutan cater to various preferences and budgets. This country offers a range of options, from luxury hotels to cozy guesthouses and traditional farm stays.

Bhutan boasts several luxury hotels and resorts, offering world-class amenities and services amidst stunning natural surroundings. These accommodations often feature spacious rooms or suites with modern amenities such as Wi-Fi, television, minibar, and en-suite bathrooms. Many luxury hotels also provide on-site dining options, spas, fitness centers, and recreational facilities for guests to relax in. Some examples include Amankora Resort, Taj Tashi, and Uma Paro, which are known for their exceptional hospitality and breathtaking locations.

Mid-range hotels and boutique lodges provide comfortable accommodations with a blend of modern conveniences and traditional Bhutanese charm. These properties typically offer well-appointed rooms or cottages with amenities like Wi-Fi, hot water, and heating facilities. You can enjoy authentic Bhutanese hospitality and personalized services. Some examples include Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary, Zhiwa Ling Hotel, and Gangtey Lodge.

For a more immersive cultural experience, you can opt for guesthouses or homestays in rural villages or townships. These accommodations provide a glimpse into the daily lives of Bhutanese families. This allows you to interact with locals and participate in cultural activities. They typically offer simple rooms with basic amenities such as shared bathrooms, home-cooked meals, and warm hospitality.

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