Family Holiday in Bhutan

from Rs.101,633

Bhutan is the place, where if you are thinking for the family holiday with the nature, after lot of stress and noisy city life, if you wanted to explore the calm nature, calm city with the very less population, you should definitely need to make Bhutan tour.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Cultural
  • Activity Level Birding
  • Group Size Large Group
    14
All about the Family Holiday in Bhutan.

Bhutan is the place, where if you are thinking for the family holiday with the nature, after lot of stress and noisy city life, if you wanted to explore the calm nature, calm city with the very less population, you should definitely need to make Bhutan tour.

Bhutan is also a small landlock country, located in the south of Tibet and North of India. It is all surrended by the shrine and green mountians. In the north it borders with Tibet by the snow peak himalayas, totally covered with snows for whole season. But in winter the sky remains so blue for the better view of the himalayas in Bhutan.

There is no question for knowing how safe the Bhutan is for tourist. Indeed Bhutan is one of the happiest country in the world and therefore, it is considered as one of the safest tourist destination of the world.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • All the meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) with evening tea.
  • Entery Fees for all the temple and fortresses.
  • Visa fees and royalty
  • Photo session wearing traditional Bhutanese dresses
  • Government taxes and Charity funds
  • Accomadation in all tourist recomended hotels
  • English Speaking Guide
  • All Transportion
  • Bottled Drinking water.
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Beverages items like, wishky and wine
  • Photo cameras and accsosories.
  • Staff incentives are not included
  1. Day 1 Airport to Thimphu,

    we will welcome you in the airport and take you to Thimphu via, the counflunce of River from Thimphu and Paro, which follows to Bramaputtra. After our pictures break we will start our drive to Thimphu. We will check in to our hotel and relax, and aclimatize ourself in the Hotel.

    Evening we will walk around the city on our own.

  2. Day 2 Thimphu sightseeing

    Breakfast will be in the hotel and after that we will start the Thimphu sightseeing, in the morning we will go for the hike in the north of Thimphu in Buddhist university known as Tango and Cherry monastery. The trails takes you nearer to the crystal clear river from the glaciers and crossing the wooden bridge we will start the climbs to Cherry, where we could see some birds busy feeding for their breakfast.

    Lunch we will have around the River, if we get our pack lunches but it depends up on the weather.

    Afternoon, we will so visit the Memorial chorten, circumambulating around the this Tibetan style of stupas built in 1974. We will drive up to Buddha point which is sitted on the hill top, we also hoist the prayer flags at Kuenselphodrang Nature park for the memories of the family. Later we will visit Changangkha Lhakhang, which is considered the oldest temple in Thimphu built in 12th century. Here is the place where you can find lot of locals along with their young born babies for naming ceremony and for the purpose of getting blessing for their sound helth.

    Evening we will stroll around the town

  3. Day 3 Thimphu to Punakha

    In the morning we will visit Takin preserved areas, where you can see the national animal of bhutan which has a head of a goat and boddy of the cow believed to be invented by the the great saint from Tibet commonly known as Drukpa Kuenly, the devine mad man, who flirts with the beautiful virgin laddies and taste the best wine or alchohol of the region.

    We will also stop to see the painting school and their students working with the sulptures and hand embroderied, mechine embrodery, painting and most beautiful pencil art.

    Later after our lunch we will sart our drive to Punakha, via dochula pass, the best pass with the breathtaking view of the snow peak himalayas. We will also make a nature walk around the pass, along with the family, and learn about the nature here, if possible we can also learn about the nature here.

    We will check in to our hotel and stroll on our own in the evening.

  4. Day 4 Punakha Sightseeing

    After our breakfast we will go for the hike in khamsum yulley Namgyal temple on the hill top located at Ngyezergang village. After our hike we will also for the river rafting here, just for fun where the river takes you down with the meander of the river around the punakha valley. Lunch we will have a picnic lunch at Zomlingthang.

    afternoon we will visit the most to see sightseeing in Punakha known as Punakha Dzong. walking over the amazing wooden cantiliver bridge to the inner courtyard and historical chapples taking hundereds of beautiful pictures of the architecture. We will also take walk to the longest suspension bridge of Bhtuan.

    Eveing back to the hotel

  5. Day5 Punakha to Phobjikha

    Breakfast in the hotel and after we check out we will visit the most holy and revered temple of fertility on foot and then we will start our drive to the beautiful valley called Phobjikha valley, where people called it as a mini switzerland. Here in this valley, the heavenly bird known as black necked cranes visits every year in winter.

    Evening we will relax or visit some farm house for the dinner.

  6. Day 6 Phobjikha to Paro

    After our breakfast we will retrace our journey back to Paro via, Dochula and Paro. Afternoon we will visit Paro Dzong and strolling around the paro town.

  7. Day 7 Paro Taktsang,

    We will start the day quite early with the pack breakfast, because you have to bid the crowd and animals, bid the sun to walk upon the mountain terrian.

    Evening we will stroll around the city

  8. Day 8 Paro to Chela pass

    Today after breakfast we will drive up to the higest motorable pass in Bhutan with the height of 3988 meter. From Chele la Pass you can see the highest mountian of Bhutan known as Jumolhari with the height of 7315 meters.

    We will also take a hike here, if you need for 2 hours.

    Afternoon we will walk around the city doing our last shopping in Paro town.

    evening strolling on our own.

  9. Day 9 Paro Airport

    Depending upon the flight time, our team will bid you farewell at the airport after your breakfast.

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
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