Bhutan Luxury Tour

Trip Facts

Trip Name: Bhutan Luxury Tour

Trip Activities: Sightseeing and Hiking

Trip Grade: Easy

Best Season: All the round the year (autumn and spring are the best)

Group Size: 1 – 12


Bhutan Luxury Tour – Experience Bhutan’s Timeless Beauty and Mesmerizing Culture in Luxury and Comfort Sandwiched between mighty Himalayas and giant neighbor India and China, Bhutan is dream come true destination for nature and culture enthusiast. The country is “cut off” from outside for centuries: as a result it has able to retain its ancient culture and pristine nature. The country has limited the number of travelers which contributed in preserving its timeless culture and pristine nature.

Bhutan Luxury tour is designed for those who wants to explore the cultural and natural wonder of Bhutan staying at luxurious hotels and travelling at luxurious vehicle with a private guide.

Dream Bhutan’s carefully crafted travel itinerary will let you explore every facet of this incredible country in ultimate luxury and comfort. An experienced Bhutanese Tour Guide and local drive will accompany with throughout the trip.

During Bhutan Luxury trip, you will explore Thimpu – Bhutan’s temple-dotted capital and Paro. If Thimpu is soul, Paro is country’s insatiable appetite. These townships are indelibly spiritual, architecturally glorious, stunningly natural and fascinatingly cultural: offering you a kaleidoscopic blend of enchantment and sensual indulgence – ensuring that no previous travel compares.

Spend your day exploring the highlights of Thimpu – that includes legendry Memorial Chorten which was built in the memory of Third King (the father of modern Bhutan). Also visit the school of arts and crafts and the folk heritage museum and National Library. Also explore the Takin sanctuary where you can witness Takin (the national animal of Bhutan). Immerse deep into Bhutanese culture as you visit the village of Nobgang and local farmhouse.

Next drive to Punakha Dzong via Dochula Pass. The Dochula Pass houses memorial chortens or stupas known as “Druk Wangyal Chortens” which was built by Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk, the eldest Queen Mother. The Dochula Pass offer the magnificent views of Himalayas including Mt. Masanggang at 7,158m (23,484ft), the highest peak in Bhutan (also known as Mt. Gangkar Puensum in local language).

The Punakha Dzong also known as Pungtang Dewa Chhenbi Phodrang is the palace of happiness or bliss. It used to be the administrative center of Bhutan kingdom until 1955. The palace is listed in Bhutan’s tentative list for UNESCO inclusion. The Dzong is strategically located at the juncture of the Pho Chhu (father) and Mo Chhu (mother) river in the Punakha-Wangdue valley.

Drive to the bank of Paro River and enjoy the magnificent grandeur of the Rinpung Dzong which is also one of the oldest and revered Buddhist monasteries in the country. Get the deeper insight of Bhutanese history as you perceive the collection of ancient artifacts and intricately painted scrolls in the National Museum. Also hike to Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest Monastery) located at 900m on the sheer rock face above the valley floor. Legend has it that Guru Rinpoche flew here on the back of Tigress to fight against demon and meditate several years.


Day 01: Arrival at Paro International Airport and drive to the capital city, Thimpu. Altitude -2,320m/7,656ft) (Time – 1 hour 30 minutes)

The flight way to Bhutan offers the magical view of high snowy mountains and verdant vegetation. You can also witness the Mt. Everest (8,848m, 29,198ft) and other mountain peaks (subject to clear weather). After custom clearance and immigration formalities, you will be received by our airport representative. He will greet you and drive to your hotel at Thimpu.

After short refreshment, we procced for the visit to popular highlights of Thimpu.

Kuenselcholing View Point: It is the place where one can witness the magnificent view of Thimpu valley. We can reach the view with a short drive from the town. Here you will pay homage to the lord Buddhat and then walk around to take the glimpse of the valley.

Memorial Chorten: Established in 1974, this memorial chorten was built in the memory of legendary Third King of the country, King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. He is regarded as the father of modern Bhutan.

TashichhoDzong: Tashichho Dzong literally means the Fortress of Glorious Region. It is major center of King and monks and houses secretariat building and the throne room. The Dzong was built in 1641 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel.

Overnight in Thimpu

Day 02: Drive from Thimpu – Paro

After breakfast, we drive back to Paro valley. Here we procced to visit the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, farm house and National Museum.

Tiger’s Next Monastery: Early morning, we drive to the hiking point and start our hike to Taktshang Monastery (Tiger’s nest). It is the valuable heritable of Bhutan located at around 900m up a seemingly sheer cliff. The monastery building was destroyed by fire in April 1998 but now it has been restored to its former glory. It takes about five hours hike to and from, along some gentle and some steep climb, some stony good path and some good ones. It costs extra USD 25 per person if you wish to take a horse ride.

Farmhouse: We also visit the farmhouse where we eat, take bath and sleep overnight. Here we can witness the brightly embellished exteriors which gives us different variation. If you take hot stone bath and eat in the farmhouse, it will cost you extra USD25 per person.
We also stroll around the Paro valley to encounter local way of living.

Day 03: Final Departure

Today we bid farewell to this tiny Himalayan Kingdom. The representative from Dream Bhutan will drive you to the Paro International Airport on scheduled time for your final departure.

Cost Info

What’s included in the Cost

  • All the ground transportation on private vehicle as per itinerary
  • An English speaking professional Bhutanese guide and driver
  • Accommodation on Twin sharing/single room basis
  • Sightseeing and monumental entrance fees as mentioned in itinerary
  • Meals plan: Break, Lunch and Dinner during the tour
  • Bhutan Government Royalty Fee (USD 65 per person/per day)
  • Bhutan Visa Fee
  • Flight fare from Kathmandu – Paro – Kathmandu or from other destination (if required)
  • What not included in the cost

  • Insurance of any kind
  • Additional cost due to any unforeseen circumstance like natural calamities, unfavorable weather, strike etc.
  • Emergency evacuation (in case)
  • Personal nature expenses – alcoholic beverages, laundry, phone bills, internet
  • Tips for guides and driver