3 nights 4 days Bhutan Tour

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3 nights 4 days Bhutan Tour







Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Bhutan.


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Bhutan, a landlocked and mountainous nation in South Asia, isolated itself from the rest of the world for centuries. It started to open up to the outside world in the seventies. Predominantly a Buddhist nation, Bhutan fiercely guards its ancient traditions which are reflected in its unspoiled culture.
Known as South Asia’s most peaceful country, Bhutan is the only nation in the world that officially measures Gross National Happiness and keeps it above Gross National Product. 95% of Bhutanese claim to be very happy with their life. They are proud of their culture and identity. Untouched by the western culture and lifestyle, they play their national game archery, originated 100s of years ago and carrom board to kill the time rather than watching TV or going clubs. Their beliefs and values are reflected in their festivals of music and dancing. Basically an agricultural country, 80% Bhutanese still follow the traditional way of farming, despite the hard life they always seem smiling and that’s the beauty of Bhutan. Good government, beautiful natural surroundings, and strong family values have undoubtedly contributed to the happiness of citizens.
Bhutan has something truly magical. It has implemented some of the amazing laws such as it has banned the production and sales of tobacco products, smoking in public area is punishable crime, it’s mandatory to wear a national dress, it is trying to preserve its arts and tradition by making people wear its national dress to school, government buildings, and formal occasions. Surprisingly, there is no traffic light. The traffic light was installed previously, but the locals protested and it was taken down.
Bhutan is the world’s only carbon sink nation. 72% of the land is forested and it’s in the constitution to keep 60% of land forested. Anyone caught killing endangered species are sentenced to life.
Bhutan’s lone international Airport is at Paro where tourist arrives by Drukair flights. Bhutan’s national museum is located at Paro which is a must-see however, you are not allowed to take the picture inside the museum. The Paro valley view from the museum location is magnificent. In Paro, you can find plenty of hotels, coffee shops, and restaurants.
Taktsang Palphug Monastery is probably one of the most popular monasteries in the world and the most beautiful place in Bhutan. The trail has lots of prayer flags. There is a waterfall on the way. Unfortunately, you can’t take the camera inside the monastery. At the back of the monastery, there is a small cave. The paintings on the walls are mesmerizing. It is an almost 5 hours round trip.

Day 1

Day 1: Kathmandu to Paro

Arrival at Kathmandu, Welcome by our representative. Next, Scenic flight for Bhutan from Bangkok. At the airport, you will be welcomed by the local guide. You will be transferred to the hotel which is just 10-15 minutes drive away. After checking in, lunch will be served. The same day you will visit the oldest Monastery named Kichu Lhakhang in Bhutan. Visit Paro town and spend the night in a hotel.

Day 2

Day 2: Hike to Taktsang Monastery

Probably one of the most beautiful monasteries in the world, Taktsang Monastery is situated at a hilltop. You will hike around four-five hours. The trail is graveled and on the way, you will come across a spectacular waterfall. You are not allowed to take cameras inside the monastery. After spending some time there, we will head back to the Paro and visit the National Museum. We will then head towards Thimpu, Bhutan's capital city. You will spend a night there.

Day 3

Day 3: Thimpu-Paro

You will start the day with early morning breakfast. You will spend the day roaming around the Thimpu Valley. You can buy souvenirs there. You can visit arts and crafts school. Traditional Medicine Institute, Memorial Chorten, Multi-storied stupa and botanical garden are some of the places you can pay a visit.

Day 4

Day 4: Paro to Kathmandu

After early morning breakfast, you will board the flight of Kathmandu. If you want to elongate the vacation, you can join another trip with us.

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– Visa Fee
– Meal Plan
– Entry fee and travel permits were required
– Accommodation
– Competent Bhutanese guide
– Ground transportation


– International Flight Ticket
– Personal expenses
-Travel Insurance
– Nepal re-entry visa fee
– Any kind of beverage


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Rated 5 out of 5
February 24, 2020

It is a very pleasant trip with Blue Lake travels and tours agency in Nepal! There is a specialist in the Bhutan tour. He managed the flight ticket, visa application, and everything required by this trip for us. The itinerary was well managed, hotel and food are just nice, very responsible tour guide and driverโ€ฆ at a reasonable price. Thanks, Blue Lake travels and tours in Nepal for the wonderful trip! Wish you all the best!!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

William Smith
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