10 Days


Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital, occupies a valley in the country’s western interior. In addition to being the government seat, the city is known for its Buddhist sites. The massive Tashichho Dzong is a fortified monastery and government palace with gold-leaf roofs.Kalimpong is a town and a municipality in the Indian state  of  West Bengal. It is located at an average elevation of 1,250 metres (4,101 ft).The town is the headquarters of the Kalimpong district.Gangtok is the capital of the mountainous northern Indian state of Sikkim. Established as a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the 1840s, the city became capital of an independent monarchy after British rule ended, but joined India in 1975. Today, it remains a Tibetan Buddhist center and a base for hikers organizing permits and transport for treks through Sikkim’s Himalayan mountain ranges.Tsomgo Lake, also known as Tsongmo Lake or Changgu Lake, is a glacial lake in the East Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim, some 40 kilometres from the capital Gangtok. Located at an elevation of 3,753 m, the lake remains frozen during the winter season.Punakha is a town in the Himalayas of Bhutan. It’s known for the Punakha Dzong, a 17th-century fortress at the juncture of the Pho and Mo Chhu rivers.Bagdogra is a settlement in the Naxalbari CD block in the Siliguri subdivision of the Darjeeling district, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a part of the Greater Siliguri Metropolitan Area.

Trip Highlights :

  • Transfer From Paro Airport To Thimphu Hotel
  • Thimphu Local Sightseeing
  • Punakha Local Sightseeing
  • Transfer From Thimphu To Paro Hotel
  • Paro Local Sightseeing
  • Transfer From Paro Hotel To Paro Airport
  • Transfer From Paro Airport To Bagdogra Airport
  • Transfer From Bagdogra Airport To Kalimpong Hotel
  • Kalimpong Local Sightseeing
  • Transfer From Kalimpong To Gangtok Hotel
  • Gangtok Local Sightseeing
  • Tosmgo Lake Sightseeing
  • Transfer From Gangtok Hotel To Bagdogra Airport


Receive from Paro Airport and transfer to Thimphu. Check in at Thimpu Hotel. Evening free time at Thamel Area. Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Morning breakfast at hotel. Proceed to visit National Memorial Chorten, Royal Palace, Bhutan Parliament, Local Market, BBS Tower. Evening a stroll in & around The Clock Tower. Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Morning breakfast at hotel. Check out from hotel & Transfer to Punakha. Visit Do Chula pass on the way. Check in to the hotel at Punakha. Visit Punakha Zong & Suspention Bridge. Get spectacular views of Rivers. Back to Thimphu Hotel. Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Morning breakfast at hotel. Check out from hotel & Transfer to Paro. visit The National Museum, Paro Zong, Famous Taksang Monastery ( From Valley Floor). Back to hotel. Overnight stay at Paro.
Morning breakfast at hotel. proceed towards Chelela Pass sightseeing. Back to hotel. Evening free movement. Overnight stay at Paro.
Morning breakfast at hotel. Check out from hotel & drop to Paro airport. Receive Bagdogra airport and transfer to Kalimpong. Check in hotel. Overnight stay at Kalimpong.
After breakfast transfer to Kalimpong sightseeing including Delo Park, Orchid Nursery, Dr. Grahams Home, Tibetan Monastery. After sightseeing transfer to Gangtok. Check in hotel.Overnight stay at Gantok.
After an early breakfast, we proceed on a visit to World famous Ropeway, Tashi View point, Ganesh Tok , Himalayan Zoological Park ,Hanuman Tok,  etc. Evening free at the city Centre. Overnight at Gangtok.
After breakfast we proceed to Tsomgo lake, Baba Mandir,  enjoy the beauty of Tsomgo Lake (Depend on Climatic condition). Back to Gangtok. Evening free time to M.G. Marg. Overnight stay at Gangtok.
After morning breakfast check out from hotel & free time until drop to Siliguri NJP/IXB.


The term of cost includes:

  • 03 Nights hotel accommodations in Thimphu.
  • 02 Night hotel accommodations in Paro.
  • 01 Night hotel accommodations in Kalimpong.
  • 03 Night hotel accommodations in Darjeeling.
  • 09 Breakfast in hotel.
  • Transfer From Paro Airport To Thimphu Hotel.
  • Thimphu Local Sightseeing.
  • Punakha Local Sightseeing.
  • Transfer From Thimphu To Paro Hotel
  • Paro Local Sightseeing.
  • Transfer From Paro Hotel To Paro Airport.
  • Transfer From Paro Airport To Bagdogra Airport.
  • Transfer From Bagdogra Airport To Kalimpong Hotel.
  • Kalimpong Local Sightseeing.
  • Transfer From Kalimpong To Gangtok Hotel.
  • Gangtok Local Sightseeing.
  • Tosmgo Lake Local Sightseeing.
  • Transfer From Gangtok Hotel To Bagdogra Airport.
  • Private transfer from Siliguri bus stand – To – Siliguri bus stand.
  • All sightseeing & tours by independent & well-maintained Vehicle.
  • All taxes inclusive.

The term of cost excludes:

  • Lunch & dinner.
  • Guest Insurance.
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Personal Expenses. 
  • All Entry fees.
  • Air Fare / Train Fare.


Is Bhutan A Safe Country To Travel To?

Bhutan is one of the safest countries to travel even if you are heading to remote routes. Crime in Bhutan is very low as the country is known best for meditation and Buddhistic belief in peace. Bhutan is a notable pioneer for being named the happiest country in the world as per the Gross National Happiness Index.

Which Currency Is Used In Bhutan?

Ngultrum is the official currency of Bhutan. You cannot get your hand on the currency anywhere but Bhutan. You can purchase it at the Paro International Airport, the banks in Bhutan, and major shops in the town and city areas. Do not expect to purchase Ngultrum in smaller cities and villages.

Do Bhutanese Speak English?

Dzongkha is the national language of the Bhutan, which is predominantly spoken in the western region of Bhutan. However, there are 25 dialects spoken in Bhutan. Bhutanese people speak English as it is the medium of instruction in the schools. Hence it is easy to talk to Bhutanese people if you are fluent in English. The official documents, road signs, and even the major national newspapers are published in English making it easier for tourists to understand.But you should note that in the remote villages Bhutanese people are not introduced to English speaking.

How To Hire A Guide For Bhutan?

The deliberate tourism policies of Bhutan have instilled the Minimum Tour package for each tourist per night in Bhutan. Hence having a guided tour in Bhutan is mandatory. This rate includes an experienced guide. So, you will not have to worry about finding a guide in Bhutan,on your own.

What To Wear In Bhutan?

Bhutan is a conservative country, in that sense, you will see that the locals wear a definitive dress that is not influenced by western traditions.Bhutanese locals and the government are very protective of their culture. Although not publicly disclose it is a social trend to wear clothes that fully cover your skin while visiting places of high cultural significance.Locals are seen wearing their traditional dresses like Gho,a long robe for Men,and Kira,a knee-length dress for women.

What Is The Weather Like In Bhutan?

The weather in Bhutan is wide-ranging from the hilly regions to the Himalayas. The Southern parts of Bhutan observe the subtropical climate, at times hot and humid.
However, it is mostly unchanging throughout the year unlike that in the Himalayan region. On average, you can witness temperatures of 15 – 30 degrees Celsius/ 59 – 86 degree Fahrenheit. The central region witnesses warm summers and cool and dry winters due to the deciduous forest lines. As you reach the northern end, the weather is generally unpredictable as it witnesses a cold snowy climate in high altitude terrain. The summers are cool in the high altitudes.

When Is The Best Time To Travel To Bhutan?

The Autumn season is regarded to be the ideal season for traveling in Bhutan regardless of the altitude or place of travel. There are many tour and trekking packages in Bhutan that are best during this season. The weather is clear and cool and the sky looks ever so bright with only hints of clouds. Hence it is also the peak season to travel to Bhutan. During Autumn, you can get a chance to witness the Thimphu Tsechu, Trashigang Tsechu, Jampey Lhakhang Drup, Haa Tsechu, Tamshing Phala Choepa, Jampey Lhakhang Drup, Prakhar Tsechu, Black Necked Crane Festival, Mongar Tsechu,
and Royal Highlander Festival.

Spring Season is another common peak season to excurse around the high hills of Bhutan. Short tours and long treks are both doable in this season. The views of high mountains can be observed along with the rhododendron, wildflower clad forest. The spring season welcomes festivals like Paro Tsechu, Ura Takchoe, Punakha Dromchoe,Chorten Kora, Gom Kora, and Gasa Tsechu in different regions of Bhutan.

Winter season, although is an off-season for trekking, it is good for short tours around the valley floor. Tours are conducted through long drives around the valley and toward some high hills but the elevation does not reach beyond 4000m. The drive is cool and hikes to high cliffs do not make you sweaty. The Winter season is also known best to host some festivals and ceremonies like Lhosar, Nomad’s Festival, Druk Wangyel Tsechu, Lhuntse Tsechu, Trongsa Tsechu, and Trashi Yangtse Tsechu.

Monsoon season typically witnesses rainfall, so it is regarded to be the least favored time for travel. The trails are usually slippery so it is difficult to travel on a vehicle and also on foot. Furthermore, the weather is unclear with clouds hovering to cover the sights of majestic mountains.

What’s The Food Like In Bhutan?

If you are a foodie then a visit to Bhutan will make you realize what you have been missing in your daily meals. Bhutan is rich in culture and traditions but it is an undisclosed fact that their traditional vibrant cuisine reflects their heritage. Food in Bhutan is usually characterized as being spicy but they prepare manageable for the visitors. The locals use locally grown spices and products to prepare their meal which is fresh and healthy.In most cities and towns, you can find multi-cuisine restaurants that serve you anything from authentic Bhutanese foods, Tibetan, Indian and continental dishes. However, in remote villages, it is tough to find continental dishes. In homestays, you will be served with foods grown from farm grown produce.You will be fascinated to witness the chilies being left to dry out in the streets of Paro. Ema Datshi is a prominent food in Bhutan. Ema is translated to ‘chilly’and Datshi to ‘cheese’. The Ema Datshi a
combination of chili and cheese has different variations. If you have low capsaicin tolerance then you can ask the locals to prepare food with less chilly. Going beyond Ema Datshi, you can try the local dumplings called Momo, locally brewed wine Ara made from millet and maize, and the very famous butter tea called Suja.

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