Bhutan Tour: 03 Nights 04 Days
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Bhutan Short Tour 3 Nights 4 Days is the perfect short tour package for exploring Paro and Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital city. If you only have a few days to spend on vacation, this 4-day Bhutan itinerary may be ideal. You’ll also enjoy an exciting flight with a beautiful view of mountains from the window, including Mount Everest if the weather is clear.
We’ve put together a fun Bhutan three-night, four-day package that will certainly offer you amazing moments and memories. The Tiger’s Nest, Takin Zoo, Changangkha Lhakhang, Buddha Point, Tashichho Dzong, and other popular Bhutanese attractions have all been meticulously featured. This package will also help you capture the breathtaking scenery that makes this piece of heaven a must-see. You will unarguably have the experience of a lifetime as you discover Bhutan’s tranquil atmosphere.
While traveling through Bhutan’s cities and towns, you will notice that the entire country is home to distinct structures, with the same design pattern applicable to all constructions and buildings. This one-of-a-kind artwork sets this location apart from others around the world and adds to its glitz. So, reserve this Bhutan 3-night/4-day package early to ensure a memorable gateways experience.
- Day 01: Fly from Kathmandu to Paro
- Day 02: Exploring Thimpu and drive to Paro
- Day 03: Sightseeing in Paro
- Day 04: Fly from Paro to Kathmandu
Day 01: Fly from Kathmandu to Paro
Like other multi-day Bhutan trips, your three nights, four days Bhutan Tour begins with a short and beautiful flight from Kathmandu to Paro.
In calm weather, this flight is an excellent option to a mountain flight in Nepal because it provides a new perspective on Mount Everest and Lhotse.
The first stop on your tour will be the National Museum, which was once the watchtower for Rinpung Dzong. It has a beautiful view of Paro and is believed to have been constructed in 1645 A.D.
You will now ride a mountain road from Paro to Thimpu, Bhutan’s capital city. After visiting the memorial Chorten built in memory of the third king, it’s time to visit the National Library.
Overnight in Thimpu.
Day 02: Exploring Thimpu and drive to Paro
Buddhist texts can be found at the National Library, as well as traditional medical institutes where healing techniques such as acupuncture and homeopathy are performed. Thangka art, weaving, exquisite metalwork, and papermaking are also examples. Your first stop will be the Textile and Folk Heritage Museum, which displays Bhutanese material culture and traditions. Then, proceed to Tashichho Dzong, followed by the Handicrafts Emporium and local shops to shop for thangka paintings, textiles, jewelry, and other items.
Overnight in Paro!
Day 03: Sightseeing in Paro
You’ll arrive at Ta Dzong after about an hour’s drive. It is a round fortress that formerly protected the valley and is now a National Museum of historical significance to Bhutan. The temple, known as Dumtshe Lhakhang, was built in 1433. The sacred mountain, Mount Jumolhari (7314m), is also visible. On your way back from Drugyel Dzong, you can stop by Tigers’ Nest base camp and Kitchu Monastery. Later, you can go shopping in Paro’s retail district for items and textiles.
Enjoy the night in Paro.
Day 04: Fly from Paro to Kathmandu
This day, after breakfast, you will head for your home country. One of our representatives will transfer you to the airport prior to your flight.
What is included in Bhutan Tour: 03 Nights 04 Days
- On a twin-sharing basis, stay at a 3-star standard hotel.
- Local guide who speaks English.
- Ground transportation by private transfer.
- All necessary paperwork and permissions.
- All monument and tourism entrance costs.
- Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
- All municipal, state, and federal taxes.
What is Excluded
- Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, tea/coffee, and so on.
- Insurance for travel
- Extra nights may be required due to natural disasters or other unforeseen circumstances.
- Things that aren’t stated in the “Includes” section
The months of spring and October are ideal for visiting the country. Spring lasts from February to mid-May, when the whole countryside is a verdant green and vibrant with wildflowers, particularly rhododendrons, locally known as metho, of which Bhutan has forty-six varieties. The Lamperi Botanical Park near Thimphu hosts a three-day Rhododendron Festival every April to honor the blossoms in their natural environment. The monsoon rains end in September, introducing in the pleasurable season of autumn, with cloudless skies and sunny days. While the nights can be pretty cold, the days are warm, making this the ideal time to go trekking and exploring the area.