Luxury tour 7D6N
Luxury tour 7D6N
Central Bhutan,Eastern Bhutan,Western Bhutan

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1 Days
Bhutan Luxury / Honeymoon Experience

From exclusive five-star treatment to unexplored rural farm houses and home stays or the niche traveler, Bhutan has a whole lot of surprises in the offing. The numerous como resorts, Uma and Aman which are globally acclaimed, and five star hotels like the Taj and Le Meridien is sure to add to your travel needs while we can arrange special out-of-the-book itineraries’ like an off-road rural home stay so that you are guaranteed the best treatment that is fit for a king.


Government Fees, Royalty & Taxes.
Bhutan Visa.
Tours and entrance fees as mentioned in the itinerary.
Standard hotel room (Twin/double bed).
All meals (Breakfast/Lunch & Dinner) at a local restaurant or hotel.
SUV Car, Mini Van or Bus with driver throughout your stay.
Experienced tour guide.
Bottled water.

Travel insurance
Peak period surcharge: US$300 per person (Mar-May, Sep-Nov)
Costs for extra activities
Personal drinks & beverages
Additional hotel facilities like laundry, personal calls etc.
Single room supplement: US$40 per room per nigh

*The price quoted is an indicative and subject to changes

  1. Day 1 Arrival at Paro (International Air Gateway of Bhutan) As your flight enters and descents in the radar of Paro valley’s air traffic, the pilot will announce the spectacular sighting of Gangar Phuensum, the highest unclimbed mountain in Bhutan. When you complete all the immigration procedures, our representative will be at the exit gate of the airport. Thence, your luxury tour of Bhutan flags off at the Paro International Airport. Our representative will take you for quick refreshment and check you into the designated hotel. After the refresh, a sightseeing delight awaits you. Towards the evening, as your tour of the day ends, you will be driven to the Bhutan’s first 5-star hotel- Zhiwaling. The first luxury of the tour begins here apart from the luxury of hospitality and wisdom of our representatives.
  2. Day 2 Paro-Thimphu : By early morning, the tour begins by driving for a less than an hour journey to the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu. At almost halfway to Thimphu, you will be taken to a very revered 15th century temple built by the famous iron bridge builder, also a very great yogi of the time. We also see his famous iron bridges still commuted and hanging over dizzying heights over the rivers and steep ravines. Upon reaching the capital city, the sightseeing begins as thus: • Buddha Statue: Supposedly the tallest sitting Buddha in the world • National Memorial Chorten: A monastery built in memory of Third King also the “Father of Modern Bhutan.” • Takin Reserve: A small sanctuary for the national animal of Bhutan, Takin. It was built under the prerogatives of the King as it was observed dwindling. • Arts & Craft School: A school that teaches traditional Bhutanese arts & crafts. • Folk Heritage Museum: The museum showcases the lives of the Bhutanese folks and his household heritage. The museum is housed in a 17th century house. • Changangkha Lhakhang: A 13th century Buddhist monastery. • Tashichho Dzong: A religious fortress housing the Throne Room, office of two ministries and the central monk body built in 1630 AD. As the tour ends, our representative will drive you to one of the Asia’s accredited 5-star luxury boutique resort, Amankora Bhutan.
  3. Day 3 Thimphu-Punakha : In the early hour, the tour will be set to drive a two and a half journey to the old capital of Bhutan, Punakha district. At halfway, we will stop at the most visited tourist destination of Bhutan- Do Chula. It is a mountain pass at 3050 meters above the sea level. Towards the last leg to destination Punakha, en route we will take a small diversion to pay homage at “Temple of Fertility”- Chimi Lhakhang, a 15th century monastery. The valley is quite unique having solid presence of phalluses owing to the stay of a famous and revered propagator of Buddhism in Bhutan. His tales are humorous and at times sexually explicit; it is the Divine Madman’s peculiar way to propagate the teachings of Buddhism. The place is famously hyped as ‘Phallusville’ amongst tourism sphere of Bhutan. As the tour draws to the ancient capital, following are the points of interest: • Punakha Dzong: Built in 1637 by the Founder of Bhutan, the religious fortress is translated as the “Palace of Great Happiness” located at a hillock that has close resemblance to the trunk of a sleeping elephant. • Suspension Bridge: One of the longest bridges in Bhutan. The area is also a prominent place for the birders.
  4. Day 4 Punakha – Paro : As the last visit in Punakha, the first hour will be an hour’s hike to Khamsum Yuelley Namgyel Chorten. It was built and consecrated in 1999 dedicated to the Fifth King of Bhutan and also marks as a prayer to the well-being of the world. After a sumptuous lunch, we will head to Paro via Do Chula pass. For the overnight stay, you will be staying at the luxury property of Amankora Paro.
  5. Day 5 Paro : The day’s luxury tour will be for acclimatization purpose for tomorrow’s hike. The order of the luxury sightseeing tour will be as follows: • Paro Dzong: A fortress of heap of jewel, the Dzong has a very spectacular design. • Ta Dzong: Built as a watchtower and now houses a museum. • Kyichu Lhakhang: Supposedly, the first Buddhist temple complex in Bhutan • Drukgyel Dzong: Before in ruins, the fortress is under renovation to its former glory. Overnight, you will be driven to Amankora Paro.
  6. Day 6 Paro : Before the dawn sprawls, you will be driving to the last leg of your tour. Your last destination in Bhutan and globetrotter’s special reason to visit Bhutan, a three-hour hike up the switchback mule track through the pine shades. For overnight, the luxury at Amankora Paro is all yours.
  7. Day 7 Departure (Paro International Airport) : You will bid goodbye to your travel companion in Bhutan at the airport. (Tips to your travel companion is highly recommended in two different envelopes)

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