Bhutan Vacation Packages

A Journey Through Bhutan's Untouched Beauty

Duration Duration 6 Days
Meals Meals
  • 5 Lunch
  • 5 Dinner
  • 5 Breakfast
Accommodation Accommodation

Paro – Mandala Resort
Thimphu – Hotel Pedling
Punakha – Hotel Vera

Activites Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Trekking
  • Scenic Drive/Flight
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Destination Destination
Bhutan
Difficulty Difficulty
Moderate
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
3120 Meter
Activities Activity
Sightseeing
Start and Point Start/End Point
Paro/Paro
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
Minimum 2
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Flight
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hour sightseeing

Overview of Bhutan Vacation Packages

Nestled in the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan has gradually opened its doors to the world, making it a unique destination for Bhutan Vacation Packages after centuries of chosen isolation. This kingdom, with its environment and inhabitants living in harmony, has shaped a distinct identity deeply rooted in religious and cultural traditions. Bhutan stands out as the world’s only country where Mahayana Buddhism is the principal practice, underscoring its commitment to the Buddhist ethos of compassion for all beings.

This dedication has helped preserve its untouched landscapes and rich biodiversity, making any trip to Bhutan a journey into a living testament to environmental conservation and spiritual living. With a population of about 700,000 and an area comparable to Switzerland, Bhutan’s history of independence, never having been colonized, and limited international interactions have all contributed to its unique position in the world today.


Trip Highlights

  • Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Paro Taktsang): Spiritual journey up the cliffside to the iconic monastery, where panoramic views await.
  • Explore Punakha Dzong: Marvel at the majestic fortress where two rivers meet, displaying exquisite Bhutanese architecture.
  • Discover Thimphu: Dive into the heart of Bhutan’s capital to see the National Memorial Chorten and the towering Buddha Dordenma Statue.
  • Uncover the Secrets of Paro Valley: Wander through the valley to uncover ancient ruins and sacred sites amidst its rich history and natural beauty.
  • Witness the Splendor of Dochula Pass: Take in the breathtaking 360-degree views of the Himalayas and the 108 memorial chortens.
  • Savor Traditional Bhutanese Cuisine: Delve into unique flavors by taking a cooking class or dining at local restaurants.
  • Engage in Archery: Experience Bhutan’s national sport by watching or participating, gaining insight into the local culture and tradition.

Explore Bhutan Vacation Packages: A Land Steeped in History and Culture

Bhutan’s rich history and cultural tapestry are a major draw for travelers seeking a unique vacation experience. Immerse yourself in the spiritual foundations of the nation, dating back to the 8th century when the revered Indian sage Padmasambhava, known as Guru Rinpoche, introduced Buddhism.

The 17th century it marked a pivotal era with the arrival of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, a key figure in Mahayana Buddhism. He unified the nation, established its governance structure, and shaped Bhutan’s national identity. This period he laid the groundwork for the Bhutan we know today.

Fast forward to 1907, a historical consensus among Bhutan’s clergy, government, and people led to the coronation of Gongsar Ugyen Wangchuck as the first king. This inaugurated the esteemed Wangchuck dynasty. Under the visionary reign of the fourth king, Jigme Singye Wangchuck, Bhutan transitioned to a constitutional monarchy and embraced parliamentary democracy in 2008.

This shift towards a modern democracy while preserving Bhutan’s cherished cultural heritage exemplifies the nation’s remarkable ability to blend tradition with modernity. The coronation of Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck as the fifth king during the 2008 centennial celebrations solidified Bhutan’s commitment to its core values and its steady progress on the path of democracy.

Bhutan Vacation Packages offer a chance to explore the Himalayan Kingdom, steeped in history and culture and with a reverence for tradition, even as it embraces a modern future. Start planning your Bhutan adventure today!

Bhutan Vacation Packages Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrival in Paro and Drive to Thimphu - 55 km, 1.5 Hours Drive

    This Bhutan vacation package begins with a scenic drive from Paro Airport to Thimphu, the capital city. After breezing through immigration and collecting your luggage, a Peregrine representative will greet you and whisk you away on this exciting journey.

    Paro Valley Bhutan
    Paro Valley Bhutan

    Along the way, prepare to be captivated by Chuzom, the enchanting confluence of the Thimphu and Paro rivers. Here, you’ll witness a unique blend of cultures, with Tibetan, Nepalese, and Bhutanese stupas standing side-by-side.

    Keep your eyes peeled for Tachogang Lhakhang, or “the temple of the excellent horse,” near Chuzom. This landmark marks the legendary visit of Balaha, an incarnation of Chenrezig, who arrived on a magnificent horse.

    Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge Bhutan
    Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge Bhutan

    Upon arrival in Thimphu, check into your hotel and prepare to be charmed. This unique capital seamlessly blends modern life with ancient traditions. Remarkably, despite having nearly 90,000 residents, Thimphu operates without a single traffic light!

    Thimphu Clocktower
    Thimphu Clocktower

    As the evening unfolds, delve into the heart of Thimphu by exploring the bustling Main Street and market area. Explore the vibrant local life and witness the artistic spirit of Bhutan. The Local Crafts Bazaar is a treasure trove waiting to be explored. Here, you can admire and purchase traditional handicrafts like ceramics, jewelry, Thangkha paintings, masks, intricate slate and wood carvings, hand-woven textiles, and more.

    As the day draws to a close, settle into your hotel room in Thimphu, perched at an impressive altitude of 2400 meters. Rest assured, your Bhutan vacation package promises an unforgettable adventure, and Thimphu is just the beginning.

    Accommodation: Hotel Pedling or a similar 3-star hotel
    Meals: Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 2: Full Day Thimphu Sightseeing

    Bhutan vacation packages unlock a treasure trove of cultural experiences, and Thimphu, the capital city, is where your exploration begins.

    Start this day tour with breakfast, then venture into the heart of Thimphu Valley. Your first stop is the National Library, a treasure chest overflowing with ancient Buddhist manuscripts. Here, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of Bhutan’s rich spiritual heritage.

    Traditional Painting by Asha Kama from Bhutan (zorig chusum)
    Traditional Painting by Asha Kama from Bhutan (zorig chusum)

    Next, explore the vibrant world of Bhutanese art at the Institute for Zorig Chusum, also known as the Painting School. Witness firsthand the dedication of students as they undergo a rigorous six-year training program, mastering traditional crafts.

    Continue your artistic exploration at the Textile Museum, where you’ll delve into the intricate art of Bhutanese weaving. From exquisite fabrics to traditional techniques, the museum offers a fascinating glimpse into this cherished art form.

    Bhutan vacation packages go beyond museums. Put, Bhutan, a dynamic living museum and studio, brings Bhutanese culture to life. Explore this space and gain a deeper appreciation for the country’s customs, traditions, and the craftsmanship of its people.

    Congregation - Pangri Zampa Astrology Monastery
    Congregation – Pangri Zampa Astrology Monastery

    After a delightful lunch, take a scenic 15 km drive north of Thimphu to Pangri Zampa. This 16th-century monastery, one of Bhutan’s oldest, is a serene haven where monks dedicate themselves to the study of Lamaism and astrology, rooted in Buddhist philosophy.

    A short drive from central Thimphu lies Buddha Point (Kuensel Phodrang). Here, Bhutan Vacation Packages offer breathtaking panoramic views of the valley. Stand in awe of the country’s largest Buddha statue, a beacon of peace amidst the serene surroundings. Take a moment to offer prayers and soak in the tranquility.

    As your day unfolds, visit the King’s Memorial Chorten, a monument adorned with devotees chanting mantras and spinning prayer wheels. Designed by His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, revered as the “father of modern Bhutan,” this chorten embodies not only a tribute to the late King but also a symbol of peace for the nation.

    Trashi Chhoe Dzong courtyard
    Trashi Chhoe Dzong courtyard

    Wrap up your cultural journey with a visit to Trashichhoe Dzong, a magnificent fortress-monastery. This architectural marvel serves as the summer residence for the Chief Abbot and houses the Secretariat, the King’s throne room, and various government departments.

    After a day brimming with cultural discoveries, Bhutan vacation packages ensure a comfortable overnight stay at a hotel in Thimphu, allowing you to reflect on your remarkable experiences.

    Accommodation: Hotel Pedling or a similar 3-star hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 3: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha - 75 km, 3 Hours Drive

    Bhutan Vacation Packages whisk you away on a captivating journey to Punakha, a valley steeped in history and natural splendor. After a delicious breakfast at your Thimphu hotel, you’ll start a scenic drive towards Punakha.

    Brace yourself for breathtaking vistas as you conquer the Dochula Pass (3080m). A majestic Bhutanese Chorten adorned with fluttering prayer flags marks the pass while the majestic eastern Himalayas unfold before you on a clear day. Capture these unforgettable moments with your camera!

    The himalayan mountain ranges of Bhutan; As seen from Dochula pass
    The Himalayan mountain ranges of Bhutan, As seen from Dochula pass

    Upon reaching Punakha, check into your hotel and prepare to be awestruck. Your Bhutan vacation package includes a visit to Punakha Dzong, a commanding fortress nestled at the confluence of two rivers. Steeped in history, this dzong served as the former capital of Bhutan until 1955 and remains the winter residence for the monk body.

    The adventure continues with a captivating excursion to Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the “temple of fertility.” A short 15-minute drive from your hotel whisks you away to the starting point of the trail. As you start on this 1.5-hour round trip hike, meander through picturesque paddy fields and charming villages, soaking in the essence of rural Bhutan. Reaching the temple perched on a valley hillock is believed to bring blessings to childless couples.

    Bhutan vacation packages go beyond historical landmarks. Take a delightful walk through Pana village, a window into the authentic lifestyle of the Bhutanese people. Observe their traditions and customs firsthand, gaining a deeper appreciation for their unique culture.

    Punakha Village Bhutan
    Punakha Village Bhutan

    As evening descends, explore the vibrant Punakha village situated alongside the riverbank. Immerse yourself in the local atmosphere and lose yourself in the charm of this quaint town.

    Bhutan vacation packages ensure a restful night’s sleep at your Punakha hotel, allowing you to recharge for the next day’s adventures.

    Accommodation: Hotel Vara or a similar 3-star hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 4: Drive from Punakha to Paro - A Picturesque 120 km Drive (Approx. 4.5 Hours)

    Bhutan Vacation Packages take you on an unforgettable journey through Paro, a valley brimming with cultural treasures and architectural marvels. Fuel up for a day of exploration with a delicious breakfast, then bid farewell to your Punakha hotel.

    As you start on your scenic drive to Paro, a stop at Simtokha Dzong, the oldest fortress in Bhutan, is a must. Dating back to 1627, this imposing structure now serves as a school for Buddhist studies, offering a glimpse into Bhutan’s rich religious heritage.

    Simtokha Dzong, fortress of Thimphu
    Simtokha Dzong, the fortress of Thimphu

    Upon arrival in Paro, check into your hotel and unwind before continuing your exploration. After a relaxing lunch, Bhutan vacation packages whisk you away to the National Museum, housed within the historic watchtower of Ta Dzong. Here, you’ll delve into Bhutan’s fascinating past through a captivating collection of artifacts. Admire antique Thangka paintings, intricate textiles, traditional weapons and armor, everyday items used by the Bhutanese people, and a diverse range of natural and historical treasures.

    Next, prepare to be awestruck by Rinpung Dzong, also known as Paro Dzong or the “fortress of the heap of jewels.” Bhutan vacation packages allow you to walk along the Dzong trail, offering breathtaking views and leading you to the heart of this architectural marvel.

    Immerse yourself in Rinpung Dzong’s rich history and marvel at the intricate wooden galleries within the inner courtyard. These galleries boast captivating wall paintings depicting Buddhist tales, including the story of the four friends, the tale of the older man of long life, the wheel of life, episodes from Milarepa’s life, Mount Sumeru, and various cosmic mandalas.

    Monks play horns at the Paro Dzong Monastery
    Monks play horns at the Paro Dzong Monastery

    As the day draws to a close, Bhutan Vacation Packages ensure a comfortable overnight stay at your Paro hotel, allowing you to reflect on your discoveries and prepare for more captivating experiences tomorrow.

    Accommodation: Mandala Resort or a similar 3-star Resort
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 5: Full Day Paro Sightseeing

    Bhutan vacation packages elevate your adventure to new heights with a thrilling trek to Taktshang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest. After breakfast at the hotel, prepare to start this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

    The 5-hour trek will test your endurance and reward you with breathtaking vistas. Imagine yourself perched on a cliff 900 meters above the Paro Valley, gazing upon Taktsang Monastery, a sacred pilgrimage site revered by Bhutanese people. Legend has it that Guru Rinpoche, a revered Buddhist figure, arrived here on the back of a tigress, solidifying the monastery’s spiritual significance. Since its restoration after a 1998 fire, Taktshang Monastery has continued to welcome visitors from all corners of the globe.

    A ride to the to the Tiger's Nest Monastery
    A ride to the to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery

    Bhutan vacation packages ensure you get all the historical gems. This afternoon, you will start a scenic drive to Drukgyel Dzong, a fortress that once served as a crucial defense against Tibetan forces. Ready to capture a magnificent view of Chomolhari, the “mountain of the goddess.”

    As the day unfolds, Bhutan vacation packages present another captivating chapter. Kyichu Lhakhang, a 7th-century temple built by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, awaits your exploration. This significant landmark marks the arrival of Buddhism in Bhutan, offering a tangible connection to the country’s rich religious history.

    Devotee at the Kyichu Lhakhang Temple, the oldest temple in Bhutan.
    Devotee at the Kyichu Lhakhang Temple, the oldest temple in Bhutan.

    Conclude your day filled with historical discoveries with a comfortable overnight stay at your Paro hotel. Bhutan vacation packages ensure you have ample time to rest and reflect on the awe-inspiring experiences before embarking on your next adventure.

    Accommodation: Mandala Resort or a similar 3-star Resort
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Day 6: Departure from Paro

    After an early breakfast at the hotel, please go ahead and go to the airport for your onward flight. A Peregrine representative will help you out of your departure formalities and will be sure to bid you a heartfelt farewell.

    Meals: Breakfast


Includes/Excludes

What's included

  • 3-star Hotel Accommodation
  • Daily breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Sightseeing entrance fees during the Tour
  • Private transportation
  • English Speaking Local Tour Guide during the tour
  • Bhutan Visa Fee and Tour sightseeing fees
  • Applicable Taxes

What is excluded

  • International airfare
  • Personal expenses like bar bills, laundry, phone calls, internet, etc
  • Insurance of any kind
  • Tipping for guide and driver

Accommodation

During the 6-day Bhutan Vacation Packages, you will indulge in the comfort and cultural immersion provided by three-star establishments, each reflecting the distinct charm and hospitality of Bhutan. In Paro, you will find a peaceful haven at the Mandala Resort or a similar facility, nestled amidst stunning natural scenery, perfect for unwinding after exploring.

Hotel Pedling, or an equivalent in Thimphu, will serve as a pleasant and convenient hub where you can enjoy a blend of modern amenities and traditional Bhutanese design while discovering the capital’s sights. For their stay in Punakha, Hotel Vara or a comparable hotel will welcome guests with its peaceful vibe and breathtaking landscape views, offering an ideal setting for relaxation and reflection. The selection of these accommodations aims to enhance the Bhutan tour experience by ensuring comfort, outstanding service, and an immersive dive into local culture.

Meals

This Bhutan Vacation package encompasses all meals, allowing guests to savor an array of cuisines with an emphasis on delectable Bhutanese dishes. Our team meticulously prepares breakfasts, lunches, and dinners to embark you on a culinary exploration of Bhutan’s rich food culture. The package includes the costs of these meals, guaranteeing a seamless dining experience. However, you will need to cover personal expenses such as bar and beverage costs, internet and phone calls, laundry services, and tips.

Departure Dates

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    15 Days – US$ 30
    30 Days – US$ 50
    90 Days – US$ 125

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    You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.

    • Land area: 38,394 square kilometers
    • Forest area: 72.5 %
    • Altitude: between 240metres and 7541metres above sea level
    • Inhabitants: 700,000
    • Language: official language “Dzongkha,” English widely spoken
    • Religion: Vajrayana stream of Mahayana Buddhism (Also known as Tantric Buddhism)
    • Currency: Ngultrum (equal to Indian Rupee)
    • Capital: Thimphu
    • National Tree: Cypress
    • National Bird: Raven
    • National Flower: Blue Poppy
    • National Sport: Archery
    • National Animal: Takin
    • Local time: Six hours ahead of GMT and half an hour ahead of Indian Standard Time

    Essential Information

    Best Time for a Bhutan Vacation Packages

    Spring (March to May): From March to May, Bhutan springs to life with an impressive display of blossoms, including vibrant rhododendrons and captivating nature lovers and photographers alike. During these months, the weather warmly welcomes daytime adventurers and cools off by night, creating perfect conditions for treks and exploratory tours. The Paro Tshechu festival, a highlight of this season, brings together visitors from all over to enjoy its vivid mask dances and cultural exhibitions, marking it as a key period for experiencing Bhutan’s rich religious traditions.

    Autumn (September to November): Autumn in Bhutan, from September to November, presents an ideal time for touring, with clear skies and moderate climate setting the stage for magnificent Himalayan views and landscapes adorned in autumnal gold. It’s an optimal season for trekking and outdoor activities. The capital’s Thimphu Tshechu stands out as a significant event, showcasing Bhutanese cultural depth through its complex dances and ceremonies, attracting tourists seeking cultural immersion.

    Avoiding the Monsoon (June to August): The monsoon season, spanning June to August, typically sees Bhutan under heavy rainfall, making it a challenging period for tours due to potential disruptions. However, the rains also unveil the rich greenery of Bhutan’s landscapes, offering misty, enchanting views that some travelers may find uniquely appealing despite the fewer tourists.

    Winter (December to February): Winter months, December through February, introduce cold weather, particularly in the higher altitudes, but also afford the chance to witness Bhutan’s landscapes under clear, crisp skies and snow-covered peaks. Cultural events like the Punakha Dromche and Tshechu during this season provide insights into the Bhutanese lifestyle against a wintry scene, appealing to those desiring a peaceful travel experience with minimal tourist crowds.

    Travel Insurance

    Secure comprehensive travel insurance to cover potential travel-related financial losses. This insurance should encompass medical emergencies, trip cancellations or interruptions, lost or stolen luggage, and possibly evacuation. The unpredictability of travel, especially for activities like hiking or skiing on your Bhutan Vacation Packages, makes understanding the details of your policy critical.

    Permits and Regulations

    Actively navigate the permits and regulations necessary for legal and smooth entry into Bhutan. This process includes obtaining visas and special permits for trekking in protected areas, engaging in drone photography, or making cultural visits to restricted zones. Bhutan has specific rules and procedures, so consult official government websites or contact embassies well in advance to gather all required documentation.

    Transportation Arrangements

    You should plan efficient transportation meticulously to ensure a seamless Bhutan Vacation Packages experience. This planning involves booking international flights, as well as local transport such as trains, buses, car rentals, or domestic flights. Research the most reliable options, familiarize yourself with local customs, like tipping norms, and book early, particularly during peak seasons. Understanding the challenges of transportation in remote or less accessible areas is crucial for realistic itinerary planning.

    Health and Safety Precautions

    Prioritize health and safety by consulting healthcare providers or travel medicine specialists for necessary vaccinations and medications, such as malaria prevention, before departing on your Bhutan Vacation Packages. Carry a basic first-aid kit for minor injuries or ailments, know the locations of local healthcare facilities, and stay informed about potential safety risks like natural disasters or security concerns.

    Guide Services

    Enhance your Bhutan Vacation Packages by hiring local guides who provide not just navigation but also deep cultural insights and access to hidden gems. Select guides or tour companies based on reviews and credentials that match your interests and travel style. For adventure activities or visits to remote areas, knowledgeable guides are invaluable for both safety and enjoyment.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    During Bhutan Vacation Packages, festivals known as Tshechus showcase Bhutanese culture and traditions. Each district celebrates its Tshechu on different dates, featuring masked dances and religious rituals. Check with your tour operator for the festival schedule to witness these vibrant cultural events.

    Take precautions against altitude sickness by ascending gradually, staying hydrated, and avoiding alcohol. Consider medications like acetazolamide if necessary. If symptoms persist, descend to lower altitudes immediately and seek medical assistance.

    Consider extending your trip to explore remote valleys, embark on treks, or visit lesser-known monasteries. Your tour operator can tailor an extended itinerary based on your preferences for a more comprehensive Bhutanese experience.

    Respect photography regulations at tourist sites and cultural events, particularly inside religious buildings. Seek permission before taking photos and refrain from using flash photography in sensitive areas.

    Arrange permits for trekking routes and remote areas through Peregrine Treks and Tours, your tour operator. Ensure compliance with trekking regulations and safety protocols outlined by Peregrine Treks and Tours to avoid complications during your trip.

    Exchange currency at banks, currency counters, or hotels. Carry Bhutanese Ngultrum for transactions within the country, as it’s the official currency. Some places accept credit cards, but people prefer cash for smaller purchases.

    English is widely spoken in tourist areas and by guides, minimizing language barriers. Learning a few basic phrases in Dzongkha can enhance cultural interactions during your visit.

    When visiting religious sites, embrace cultural etiquette by greeting locals respectfully and dressing modestly. Remove shoes before entering temples and avoid pointing at people or religious objects. These practices show appreciation for Bhutan’s rich heritage.

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    Chris G. Armijo
    Virgil Street Panama City, FL 32405
    5 Star Rating

    Excellent

    A Journey Through Time and Beauty with Bhutan Vacation Packages

    Bhutan Vacation Packages exceeded all my expectations! From the moment I arrived in Paro, I was captivated by the stunning scenery and immersed in the rich culture. The trek to Taktshang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) was challenging but incredibly rewarding.

    Our guides were knowledgeable and passionate about Bhutan’s history and traditions. They ensured we had a comfortable and enriching experience in each city we visited – Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. In Thimphu, we explored the National Library and the Institute for Zorig Chusum, gaining insights into Bhutan’s artistic heritage. The lively markets and the King’s Memorial Chorten were fascinating glimpses into modern Bhutanese life.
    Punakha stole a piece of my heart. The Punakha Dzong was majestic, and the hike to Chimi Lhakhang was a delightful adventure. Bhutan Vacation Packages ensured our comfort throughout the trip with excellent hotels and delicious local cuisine. Overall, this was a journey through time and beauty that I will cherish forever.


    Robert S. Cardoso
    Lindale Avenue Oakland, CA 94609
    5 Star Rating

    Excellent

    Unveiling the Magic of Bhutan with Bhutan Vacation Packages

    My Bhutan Vacation Packages were pure magic! The perfectly curated itinerary allowed us to experience the best of Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. From the architectural wonders of Rinpung Dzong and Punakha Dzong to the serene beauty of Kyichu Lhakhang, each location offered a unique perspective on Bhutan’s rich history and culture.

    Bhutan Vacation Packages catered to all our needs. The comfortable hotels provided a welcome respite after each day’s adventures. The local guides were friendly, informative, and always willing to answer our questions. They shared fascinating stories about Bhutanese customs and traditions, making the experience even more enriching.

    One of the highlights of the trip was the visit to the Simply Bhutan Museum in Thimphu. It offered a hands-on experience of Bhutanese crafts, allowing us to appreciate the intricate skills and dedication of local artisans. We also enjoyed exploring the bustling markets and sampling local delicacies.

    Bhutan Vacation Packages provided a well-balanced itinerary, ensuring we had enough time for sightseeing, cultural immersion, and relaxation. I do not hesitate to recommend Peregrine Treks and Tours to anyone seeking an unforgettable adventure in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.


    James C. Marshall
    Doe Meadow Drive Beltsville, MD 20705
    5 Star Rating

    Excellent

    A Cultural Extravaganza with Bhutan Vacation Packages

    Bhutan Vacation Packages offered a cultural extravaganza that exceeded my wildest dreams! The well-organized tour took us to Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha, each city brimming with unique experiences.

    The trek to Taktshang Monastery was challenging, and the panoramic views from the top were amazing. The monasteries and dzongs we visited, like Rinpung Dzong and Punakha Dzong, were architectural marvels showcasing Bhutan’s rich artistic heritage.
    Bhutan Vacation Packages ensured we had a taste of local life. We wandered through the vibrant markets of Thimphu, soaking in the sights and sounds. The visit to the Pana village in Punakha provided a glimpse into the rural lifestyle of the Bhutanese people.

    The highlight for me was attending a traditional Bhutanese dance performance in Thimphu. The vibrant costumes, the captivating music, and the energy of the dancers were truly mesmerizing.

    This tour provided exceptional service throughout the trip. The hotels were comfortable, the food was delicious, and the guides were knowledgeable and friendly. I recommend Peregrine Treks and Tours to anyone seeking an authentic and enriching cultural experience in Bhutan.


    James A. Bohman
    Lochmere Lane West Hartford, CT 06105
    5 Star Rating

    Excellent

    A Breathtaking Adventure with Bhutan Vacation Packages

    Bhutan Vacation Packages offers the perfect blend of adventure, culture, and breathtaking scenery. From the moment we landed in Paro, we were swept away by the stunning Himalayan beauty.

    The trek to Taktshang Monastery was a highlight. The challenging climb was more than compensated for by the awe-inspiring views and the spiritual significance of the monastery itself. Bhutan Vacation Packages ensured our safety and comfort with experienced guides and well-equipped support staff.

    In Thimphu, the capital city, we delved into Bhutan’s cultural tapestry. Bhutan Vacation Packages curated a fantastic itinerary that included visits to the National Library, the Institute for Zorig Chusum (Painting School), and the bustling local markets. We were mesmerized by the intricate Thangka paintings and the craftsmanship of Bhutanese artisans.

    Punakha offered a different perspective. Bhutan Vacation Packages included a visit to the majestic Punakha Dzong, a historic fortress overlooking the Mo Chhu and Pho Chhu rivers. The hike to Chimi Lhakhang, known as the “temple of fertility,” was a delightful walk through picturesque rice paddies and charming villages.

    The comfortable hotels, delicious local cuisine, and impeccable service provided by Bhutan Vacation Packages ensured a truly unforgettable experience. This trip was a dream come true for any nature enthusiast and culture lover. I highly recommend Bhutan Vacation Packages to anyone seeking a luxury package in the Himlaya Nation that will leave you breathless and wanting more.


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