3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour

Overview

Bhutan is a beautiful high-mountain country that sits on the lap of the Himalayas and is known for its vibrant culture, traditions, architecture, and religious significance. The serene dignified setting throughout the country is what truly signifies the core value of this fascinating Buddhist country. Not only it attracts visitors with its rich architecture and monuments that hold great significance in the Buddhist religion, but its natural allurements are also add value to this rich cultural and historical exploration.

This 3 Night 4 Days Bhutan tour package dives into the major tourist destination and excursion of cultural, historical, and natural prospects of the country. Starting your journey after arrival at Paro on the first day, you will move towards Thimpu and Punakha on the remaining days, checking out the highlights of these popular destinations, immersing in the local culture, and of course relishing the local delicacies and lifestyle.

Highlights of 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour

  • Exploration of the major cities in Bhutan like Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha
  • Historical monuments and traditional schools of arts and crafts
  • The serene and peaceful environment throughout the country with a great spiritual magnitude
  • Opportunity to check out great Buddhist culture, significant monasteries in the Buddhist culture, and fortresses that have protected the country
  • Mountain hiking and excursions of major tourist highlights in the country
  • Popular weekend markets that showcase native arts, architecture, and local delicacies

Itinerary

Day 1
Arriving at Paro
After your scenic flight, with the opportunity to enjoy the magnificence of the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest (8,849 meters), during the flight on a clear day, you will arrive at Paro. Your tour operator will receive you at the airport for hotel transfer and will assist you with the check-in procedures.

The lush green landscapes and ancient architecture of this historic town with many sacred sites will be at the one the top list of your 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan tour. Depending on the time of your arrival, you can set out on the exploration of the nearby popular tourist destinations after getting enough rest. There are several popular touristy destinations in this historic peaceful town that you don’t want to miss during your tour.

Popular Tourist Destination in Paro

Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Paro Taktsang)

Paro Taktsang is one of the most fascinating and eminent Buddhist sites in the country that is located at the cliffside of the upper valley. This fabulous monastery seems like its hangs on the cliff’s side and is at an elevation of 3121 meters (10,240 feet) above the Paro Valley.

Hike to this iconic religious site with a golden dome and historical monuments is only possible via the mountainous site, making it the most popular excursion activity among tourists at Paro.

Paro Weekend Market

This is another major tourist attraction of the historic Paro Valley, where you can buy authentic Bhutanese handicrafts, dresses, fruits, and vegetables to religious artifacts. This destination is famous for collecting souvenirs and checking out local food stalls (famous for Yak cheese, Khoo, and Tsirang honey).

Zuri Dzong Fort

Built in the 14th Century, Zuri Dzong Fort is one of the oldest cultural sites in Bhutan that should definitely be included in your excursion. This site is a testament to the rich art, architecture, and lifestyle of Bhutanese history.

Rinpung Dzong Monastery

Rinpung Dzong Monastery, which can be translated into ‘Fortress on a Heap of Jewels’ is an ancient monastery in the Paro Valley that is situated in the face of a hill and overlooks the valley surrounded by hills. This historic structure has played a vital role in protecting the county from foreign invasions in the past.

Five Chortens

Located at the foothills of Paro Dzong, this historical monument, built in memory of the first king of Bhutan, Ugyen Wangchuck, is a most spectacular tourist destination in Paro. The peaceful and serene environment that reflects the magnificence of the rich Bhutanese architecture is something you cannot miss in the journey of self-discovery.

Other Major Highlights in the City

  1. Chele La Pass: Highest motorable road pass in the country

  2. National Museum of Bhutan: Art and tradition of Bhutan’s rich history

  3. Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge: 600-year-old bridge that crosses Par Chhu and Dzong

  4. Drukgyel Dzong: Fortress built in Bhutan in 1649 which marks the victory of Bhutan over Tibet

  5. Dungtse Lhakhang: 15th century in Bhutan with Buddhist painting and iconographies

  6. Kyichu Lhakhang: 7th-century monastery believed to be blessed by the Buddhist saint Guru Rinpoche

  7. Chhoeten Lhakhang: Displays statue of Joro Sakyamuni and Buddhist saints like Chenrezig and Guru Rinpoche

  8. Druk Choeding: 15th-century monastery built by Ngawang Chogyel which houses the statue of the future Buddha ‘Jampa’

  9. Dzongdrakha Goemba: Believed to be blessed by Guru Rinpoche, has four shrines Drolma, Maitreya, Tsheringma, and Guru Rinpoche

  10. Ugyen Pema Woedling Zangthopelri: Boasts big sculpture of Buddha and statue of Guru Tshen Geyed

  11. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche Memorial House: Inaugurated into a museum in 2010, this is the memorial house of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche in Bhutan

  12. Kila Goemba: Cliffside nunnery, one of the oldest nunnery in the country that housed Buddhist nuns

  13. 13. Dra Karpo: Meditation site of Guru Rinpoche who believed to have split the rock in the altar room into half

  14. Gonsaka Lhakhang: For panoramic views of the Paro Valley and the mediation cave of the founder of Dzong, Pha Drun Drung

  15. Nyamai Zam: Oldest bridge in Bhutan that was washed away by 1969 flood

Day 2
Traveling to Thimpu from Paro
On the second day of your 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan tour, you will do some short excursions around Paro, checking out other major highlights that you don’t want to miss in your adventure. Afterward, you will head toward the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu, the largest city in the country known for its rich, deep-rooted culture, traditions, architecture, and simply alluring natural scenery.

You will spend this day exploring the fascinating arts, culture, and traditions of the capital city. After the exploration, the cultural show performed by the Royal Dance Group of Bhutan will pull the curtain on today’s adventure.

Popular Tourist Destination in Thimpu

Buddha Dordenma

Buddha Dordenma, the 52-meter (170 meters) golden statue of Buddha Dordenma, is one the most popular tourist landmark in Thimpu. It houses about 1,25,00 smaller Buddha statues made of bronze and gold that are identical to Dordenma. The base of this grand statue is actually a meditation hall where visitors can meditate and pray.

Changangkha Lakhang

Located just 1km downtown from Thimpu, this is another magnificent historic artifact that you shouldn’t miss during your excursion. This ancient temple was built in the 12th century by the founder of Drupa Lineage in the country and is situated like a castle on the ride in the center of the mountain ranges in Thimpu.

Memorial Chorten

Memorial Chorten also known as Thimpu Chorten is one the tallest historic monument in the capital city. Situated in Doeboom Lam, the southern central part of the city, its elegant and fascinating architecture attracts tourists from all over the world. Built in honor of the third king of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, this chorten houses marvelous artwork, sculptures, and wall carvings dedicated to the king.

Folk Heritage Museum of Thimpu

If you are up for the cultural and rich historical exploration of this beautiful capital of Bhutan, the Folk Heritage Museum of Thimpu which gives insight into the history, culture, and traditions of Bhutan under one roof, is something you don’t want to miss during your excursion. Opened for tourists in 2001, this oldest historic site in Bhutan houses the most integrating and finest details on the Bhutanese culture, traditions, and history within its walls.

Motithang Takin Preserve

If you want to take a side detour after the cultural and traditional exploration of this beautiful serene city, you could explore the jewel of the Thimpu, Motithang Takin Preserve. Located in the Motithang district of the capital city, this protected area preserves the national animal of Bhutan, Takin. This was initially a mini-zoo to preserve the wildlife in the region which was later converted into wildlife preserve areas in order to free the wild animals preserved in the area free from their shackles.

Other Major Highlights in the City

  1. Tashichho Dzong: Known as the ‘fortress of the glorious religion’ rebuilt in 1641, originally constructed in 1216 which was once destroyed in a fire

  2. Thimphu Weekend Market: A weekend market that boasts the immense culture, traditions, and arts influenced by the Buddhist culture

  3. Simtokha Dzong: ‘Palace of the profound meaning of Secret Mantras’ just 5km south of the capital

  4. Tango Monastery: One of the prominent Buddhist learning centers in the country

  5. National Institute for Zorig Chusum: Traditional Bhutanese arts school that teaches and passes the historic art to the next generation

  6. Cheri Gompa: First-ever monastery in Bhutan which was founded by Zhabrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1620

  7. Dechen Phodrang: Also dubbed as the ‘Palace of Great Bliss’, is a libra (monastic school) that is home to more than 500 monks

  8. Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan: Founded in 2005, this architectural building preserves the cultural weaving art passed down from the Bhutanese history

  9. Phajoding Monastery: Built in the 13th century, this fascinating monastery built on the hill of Thimphu awards with spectacular views of the valley

  10. Zangto Pelri Lhakhang: Built by Dasho Aku Tongmi in 1990, this Buddhist monastery houses statues of several Buddhist gurus that are as high as 4 meters

  11. Pangri Zampa: One of the oldest monasteries in Bhutan built in 1616, young monks are taught here the art of astrology

  12. Nado Poizokhang Incense Factory: Oldest and largest incense factory in Bhutan that honors the traditional workmanship situated right next to Changangkha Lhakhang

  13. Zilukha Nunnery: Also known as Durthob Goemba this serene peaceful setting offers you spectacular views of Tashichho Dzong; houses more than 60 nuns on its premises

  14. Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Centre: Located in the southern part of Changzamtog, this center produces Bhutan’s finest fabrics that promote Bhutanese art and culture

  15. Bhutan Postal Museum: Showcases the evolution of the Bhutanese stamps overtime, built-in 2015 with the intent to narrate the evolutionary leap of the Bhutanese communication

Day 3
Paro to Punakha
On the final day of your 3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan tour, you will drive to Punakha which is famous for its 17th- Century fortress and architecture. This beautiful historic town is just located a 2.5-hour drive from Paro, you will spend this day exploring the magnificence of this vibrant town on this day.

Immersing in the local culture and traditions, after completing your city exploration here you will drive through Dochula Pass (3,100 meters) on your way back to Paro.

Popular Tourist Destination in Punakha

Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong is the second-largest and second-oldest fortress in the country, this architectural masterpiece has been part of the first national assembly that was held in 1953 and remained the governmental body of Bhutan till 1955. This magnificent site built in 1637 by Ngawang Namgyal is also listed n the UNESCO World Heritage Sites for its religious, cultural, and architectural significance.

Chimi Lhakhang

Chimi Lhakhang also known as Chime Lhakhang is located in a beautiful Buddhist monastery best known for worshipping Phallus. Locate on the outskirt of the Punakha Village, this monastery was built in honor of Drukpa Kunley also known as the ‘Divine Madman’ who preached the methods of Buddhism with sexual tone and humor. This temple is also believed to be a fertility temple where couples from all around the world, who are having trouble conceiving a baby visit.

Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten

This beautiful Buddhist monastery is best known for the spectacular view it offers from the top that overlooks Punakha Valley. Located just 45 minute's hike from Punakha, this fascinating monastery was built to ward off the evil spirits in the country across the country and world, and to bring peace and harmony to all living beings. This beautiful chorten with religious significance took 9 years to build and you will witness the wrathful deities at its premises who were crafted to counter the evil spirits.

Jigme Dorji National Park

Stretching on an area of 4,316 sq. km., Jigme Dorji National Park houses the distinct species of flora and fauna found in the region. The second largest national park of Bhutan is named after the third king of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Preserving both cultural and natural resource significance, this park also displays historical fortresses like Gasa Dzong and Lingshi Dzong. You will also be able to witness the Bhutanese wildlife like black musk deer, red panda, sambar, spotted linsang, black bear, etc.

Rishta Village

Rishta Village is a popular agricultural destination in Bhutan, where you can find both red and white rice that are grown in the country. Rishta can be translated into ‘at the base of the hill’ in Bhutanese which perfectly defines this major rice production hub in the country. Situated at the banks of Mo Chu and Pho Chu, this beautiful agricultural village is nourished by the water of these magnificent rivers.

Other Major Highlights in the City

  1. Mo Chhu River: Popular rafting and kayaking destination

  2. Punakha Suspension Bridge: Second longest suspension bridge in Bhutan

  3. Dochjula Pass: A memorial ground for the Bhutanese soldiers passed during a military operation

  4. Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang: Temple and nunnery with 70 rooms

Day 4
Return back to Paro- Departure Day
It is time to conclude this 3 nights 4 day Bhutan tour, after completing your exploration in Punakha, on this day you will return back to Paro, where your Bhutan exploration began. The after enjoying the scenic and serene scenery you will bid farewell to this vibrant colorful high mountain country. You will be dropped off at the airport in Paro depending upon your flight schedules, you will enjoy the views of lush green high mountains mixing well with the views of the spectacular peaks of the Himalayas in the distance as you fly back to your home destination. Have a safe journey.

What is Included

  • Flight tickets Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu
  • All necessary travel permits to Bhutan
  • Entrance ticket fees for all the sight spots
  • Private transportation in Bhutan
  • English speaking local guide
  • Accommodation and meals
  • Lodging and meals for guide and drivers

What is Excluded

  • Airport drop and airport pick up in Nepal.
  • Your travel insurance which should cover emergency evacuation
  • Your personal expenses like beverages, laundry, phone calls…
  • Your personal activities like stone bath or archery
  • Tips for the guide and driver (tipping is expected)

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Best Season to Travel to Bhutan

Bhutan is among the blessed countries that have diverse seasonal variations, you will be able to the adventures in this beautiful mountain country in summer, spring, winter, and fall. You will be greeted with the uniqueness of every season depending on the time of your visit.

Although in general the most popular season to visit this beautiful country is during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). Let's check out the uniqueness of every season that glorifies this beautiful traditional and cultural civilization surrounded by magically lush- serene surrounding.

3 Nights 4 Days Bhutan Tour

Bhutan During Spring

Considered to be one of the ideal times to visit this beautiful country, spring welcomes the full swing of natural flourishment. You will see colorful and lush settings all over this peaceful serene country filled with the aroma of spring flowers.

During the spring, Bhutan also hosts several popular festivals like Punakha, Paro, and Tshechu. The weather is less humid and dry offering great long bright days for exploration. Similarly, the temperature of the region also hovers around 3°C to 25°C depending on day, night, and morning, making it a perfect and warm period for outdoor adventures.

Bhutan During Autumn

This is another popular season to visit Bhutan which boasts stable and genial weather. The days during this season are mildly sunny and have chilly mornings and nights. As this season sees no rainfall, the dry and monsoon-washed fresh terrains make the adventures rewarding in this season. The clear and majestic views of the surroundings blend well with the temperature that varies between 10° C to 23° C depending on the duration of the day, making the autumn season the most desirable season after spring for the exploration of Bhutan.

Besides the perfect outdoor adventure setting, you will also be able to enjoy some of the grand festivals during this season like Black Necked Crane Festival that takes place in Phobjikha Valley and ThimphuTshechu in Thimphu.

Similarly, during summer(month) you will be able to witness the Haa Festival which celebrates the Bhutanese way of life, culture, and traditions in a grand way. The temperature of the region is around 24° C to 25° C and this season offers magnificent views of the Himalayan massifs, lush landscapes, and green paddy fields.

On the other hand, the winter season (December to February) is cold with mild snowfall in the cities like Paro and Thimphu. This season is known for the festivals like Tshechu and Punakha Dromche. The temperature can drop up to 10° C to -5° C making it an incredibly cold season for exploration especially in the northern regions.

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Some Additional Tips for Your 3 Days 4 Nights Bhutan Tour

  • Make sure to let your tour operator know about the places you want to visit during your exploration
  • The Bhutan tour doesn't have any sub-categorized adventure packages like budget, standard or deluxe. You will stay in traditional moderate hotels throughout the expedition and enjoy a uniform rate per person on a daily basis
  • Always determine the season you want to visit and highlights of those particular seasons before your expedition
  • Bhutan initially only offered guided tour expeditions, which meant that for any kind of adventure in the country, visitors had to take the assistance of a government-registered local guide but as of September 2022, the government has allowed solo venturing
  • Despite Bhutan's Minimum Daily Rate Policy (MDRP) since September 2022 where the tourist has to spend a minimum threshold of amountUS$ 200), this MDRP can vary immensely up to 50% depending on whether its a peak season or not
  • Although picking a homestay during the adventure offers a first-hand experience of the Bhutanese lifestyle, every family around the region may not be able to provide modern amenities like hotels
  • Although most hotel services providers have wifi services, if you need more connectivity or faster coverage you can also switch to mobile networks like Tashi Cells and B-Mobile

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  • Bhutan
  • 4 days
  • 1-15 person
  • March - end of May, September - December
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  • Kathmandu
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