6 Nights 7 Days Bhutan Tour - 7 Days

Trip Details
  • Destination: Bhutan
  • Trip Difficulty: Easy
  • Trip Style: Tour
  • Transport: Private Vehicle
  • Food: Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner
  • Accommodation: Deluxe Hotel
  • Group Size: 01 to 12 pax
  • Max Elevation: 2,800m
  • Activities: Natural and cultural sightseeing
  • Tour starts at: Paro
  • Tour Ends at: Paro
  • Season: Round the year. (Best season Oct – Dec. and Feb – May)

Highlights

  • Hiking the Tiger’s Nest Temple (Taktsang Monastery)(3120m)
  • The scenic adventurous mountain flight overlooking the Himalayan mountains, including Mt Everest (8848m)
  • Visiting the major landmarks including the Buddha Point, Memorial Chorten, Traditional School of arts & crafts
  • Exploring the spectacular Paro Ta Dzong and the Trashichhoe Dzong
  • Visiting sacred shrines of the country including the Kyichu Lhakhang
  • Exploring the beautiful Punakha, Rinpung, and the Drukgyel dzong
  • Incredible hospitality of the Bhutanese people

About 6 Nights 7 Days Bhutan Tour

There is something special about the old world charm of Bhutan. The conservative South Asian Kingdom is deep-rooted in its values as it tries a hand at the brush of modernity. The ancient land and its friendly people welcome you with both hands.

The 6 nights and 7 days tour of Bhutan takes you to every major landmark of Paro, Punakha, and Thimphu. You will have the chance to tour the country leisurely and explore the beautiful culture and the traditional rural lifestyle of Bhutanese people. The magical Kingdom have the friendliest of people and offer you incredible hospitality.

The hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Taktsang Monastery) perched at the top of a cliff in Paro is the highlights of the trip. Bhutan boasts of many architectural wonders. The landmark monuments of Bhutan include the Memorial Chorten, Thimpu Dzong, Buddha point, and various other monasteries.

The traditional architecture is evident in the buildings, including hotels, offices, and local houses. “Bhutan tour 6 nights 7 days” is your perfect holiday package of the Shangri la nation. Read the detailed itineraries, highlights, and the major attractions of the tour below. Do not wait for any further and Book your trip now!

Major Attractions of the Tour

Memorial Chorten

The Memorial Chorten is a massive white Chorten built-in 1974 in Bhutan. Dedicated to King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, who is the Father of Modern Bhutan. The four-storey tall Chorten boasts of statues, arts of deities from tantric teachings and other artifacts. The Bhutanese people come to worship from all around the country.

Tashichho Dzong

The beautiful Tashichho Dzong houses many government organizations and the central monastic body. It is also an important cultural heritage of the country. The spiritual leader Je-Khenpo reside here in summer and so do the monks from Thimphu and Punakha. The Thimphu Festival is also a famous festival in the season.

Takin Sanctuary

The Takin has great importance in the country’s history and mythology and is also the national animal of Bhutan. Locals believe that the Divine Madman, with his magical power, created Taxin. The takin looks like a mix of a cow and a goat and have a separate category in the animal kingdom.

Zilukha Nunnery

The Zilukha Nunnery in the Drubthob Goemba is another important landmark in Bhutan. You can find Seventy nuns living and praying every day in the monastery. The view of the Tashichho Dzong, Golf course and upper Thimphu is enthralling from the nunnery.

Paper Factory

You can visit the traditional paper making factory along the tour. The daphne plant gets used to make papers in the paper making factory. Along with the rice papers available in the country, these papers last longer and are more reliable.

Sangaygang View Point (Telecom Tower)

The Sangaygang View Point (Telecom Tower) (2685m) provides us with a spectacular view of the Thimphu valley. The tower of Bhutan television is also present. You can take excellent pictures from the viewpoint and observe the magnificent scenery.

Buddha Point (Kuensel Phodrang)

The Kuensel Phodrang or the Buddha point, has the largest Buddha statue in Bhutan. The 169 feet (51.5m) bronze statues (gilded in gold) are the main attraction of the trek.

You can see the entire Thimphu Valley from the viewpoint. Bhutanese people visit the Kuensel Phodrang to get auspicious names for their newborns and also to worship the protector deity ‘Tamdrin’.

Tiger’s Nest Monastery

The Tiger’s Nest monastery is a beautiful monastery located at the cliffside in the Paro valley of Bhutan. The Paro Taktsang temple built-in 1692 along the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave is a holy site for Buddhists all over the country.

Locals believe that tantric Guru Padmasambhava had meditated in the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave in the 8th century. The meditation lasted three years, three months, three days, and three hours to overpower the evil forces. The Tiger’s Nest monastery is the primary cultural attraction of Bhutan.

National Library and Folk Heritage Museum

The national library boasts of hundreds of religious texts related to Buddhism and its impact in Bhutan. The ancient Buddhist manuscripts, as well as arts and crafts, are of great importance.

The folk heritage museum specializes in Bhutanese Folk heritage and agricultural history. There are texts, documentation, and arts that describe the incredible Bhutanese rural life in the folk heritage museum.

Institute for Zorig Chusum

The Institute for Zorig Chusum is a renowned institute that provides a 6-year training course in art. Bhutan’s 13 traditional arts and crafts require rigorous training and teaching. The sculptures and paintings made by the students will enthral you at the Zorig Chusum.

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Itinerary

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We arrive at Paro through a scenic mountain flight overlooking the snow-capped mountains. The exciting descent over the foothills of the Himalayas is a once in a lifetime opportunity. A representative will greet you at the airport and transfer you to a hotel in Thimphu. You will stay overnight at a hotel in Thimpu.

    After breakfast, we start our tour of the capital city of Thimphu. We visit the famous Tashichho Dzong, which is a medieval fortress/monastery. The monastery houses Government offices and King’s Throne room.

    The dzong also has the summer residence of Je Khenpo, the Chief Abbot. We make our way to the National Library, where we can find the ancient Buddhist texts and manuscripts. The Arts & Crafts School nearby has incredible traditional thangka paintings.

    Thangka artists and students produce an intricate design on cloth. You can also visit the Handicrafts Emporium where you can find beautiful handicraft and handwoven products. We drive to the Memorial Chorten, built-in memory Bhutan’s Third King.

    The king is widely regarded as the Father of modern Bhutan, and the monuments and paintings show the impact of Buddhist philosophy in Bhutan. We stay overnight at Thimphu.

      After breakfast, we drive to Punakha and make a brief stop at Dochula pass(3,080m) where we can observe the chorten, mani wall, and prayer flags from the highest point on our journey.

      You can observe the beautiful snow-capped mountains of Masagang (7,158m), Jejegangphugang (7,158 m ), Terigang (7,060m ), Kangphugang (7,170 m ), Zong Huang (7, 060 m ), Tsendagang (6,960m), amd Gangkar puensum (7,497m), which is the highest peak in Bhutan.

      You can also visit the Punakha Dzong, at the junction of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers. The strategically built dzong was strategically built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1637 in order to protect the kingdom from tibetan armies.

      The Punakha Dzong is an essential monument in Bhutan’s history and also served as the religious and administrative centre of the region. The dzong has been fully restored after being damaged by four catastrophic fires and an earthquake.

      We then drive to Wangduephodrang to visit the Dzong and local market. The district is famous for its stone carvings, bamboo products, and slate. We stay overnight at the hotel in Punakha.

        After breakfast, we explore around Punakha and Wandue. We start our drive to Paro passing through the Simtokha Dzong, which is the oldest fortress of the Kingdom built-in 1627. The dzong is now a school where they teach Buddhist religious studies.

        We visit the Ta Dzong, which is the National Museum of the Kingdom. The dzong was a Watch Tower originally, and since 1967 it has been serving as the National Museum of the country. The museum has a vast collection of art, artifacts, and Bhutan’s thangka paintings.

        Afterwards, we descend downhill to observe the Rinpung Dzong. Built-in 1646 by the first spiritual and temporal ruler of Bhutan, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal the Dzong is incredible. The dzong houses the monastic body of the Dzongda, and the district Thrimpon (judge). We stay overnight at the hotel in Punakha.

          After breakfast, we drive towards the north of Paro valley to visit the Drukgyel Dzong and its ruins. The Bhutanese fought a rebellion battle against Tibetan armies from this dzong. The Simtokha Dzong, constructed by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 1629 is a majestic heritage.

          We follow the spectacular Wang Chhu and Paro Chhu river valleys, enroute at Paro. We then make our way to the Bhutanese Farm House, where we can observe the traditional lifestyle of local people. We stay overnight at the hotel in Paro.

            After breakfast, we hike towards the Taktsang Monastery. The Taktsang Monastery or the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is the cultural icon of Bhutan. Locals believe that Guru Rinpoche arrived here on the back of a tigress and meditated at the cave in the hill, hence the name “Tiger’s Nest”.

            Bhutanese people visit the sacred place at least once in their lifetime. After the hike, we return to Paro town after visiting the spiritual Kyichu Lhakhang shrine. We stay overnight at a hotel in Paro.

              After breakfast, our representative will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the airport. You can then board a flight to your onward destination.

                Cost Details

                • Pickups and drops from hotels and airports
                • Transportation in comfortable private vehicle(s)
                • Accommodation in twin sharing basis in government approved 3 star hotels
                • All three meals (Breakfast, lunch & dinner)
                • Bhutanese Government licensed English speaking knowledgeable guide
                • Bhutanese Visa fee
                • Museum entrance fees
                • Bottled mineral water for the entire trip (except water ordered in the hotels and restaurants)
                • Government taxes
                • Airfare for international flights to and from Bhutan
                • Personal expenses and any alcoholic, non-alcoholic beverages
                • Single room supplement charge 180USD
                • Luxury hotels/resorts
                • Specialized /language guides
                • Travel / Medical Insurance

                Useful Information

                We Adventure Bound do not have fixed dates for 6night 7 days of Bhutan tour & any date of the year is available for the tour so, Contact us for the further process to book this tour with your date and number of people.

                Hotels: 3-star hotel/Resort accommodation is included in the price however there are 4 or 5 star hotel/Resort accommodation available in this tour so, let us know if you want to upgrade your hotel accommodation.

                The Flight to arrive Bhutan and return from Bhutan are not included in the itinerary and price however we can book these flights so, do let us know if you want to include these flight on tour package.

                We based in Nepal Kathmandu and the easiest way to visit Bhutan is form Nepal as we have daily flight between Nepal and Bhutan. So, let us know if you want to tour in Nepal and visit Bhutan or we do have some Nepal Bhutan combines tours such as well.