Bhutan Tour Packages

Overview of Bhutan Tour & Travel Package

The Kingdom of Bhutan is a minute landlocked country located in the southern foothills of the Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan, “ Land of The Dragon ”  holds the distinction of being the only carbon-negative country in the world. It is located in the eastern Himalayas Mountains. The country has many Himalayan mountain passes. This Country occupies an area of 38,394 km².  Dzongkha is the official language. The capital and largest city are Thimphu. It is bordered by China to the north and India to the south.  The total Population is nearby 7,54,000. Bhutan is a constitutional monarchy with Mahayana Buddhism as the state religion. Bhutanese people can be generally categorized into three main ethnic groups. The Tshanglas, Ngalops and the Lhotshampas . The Bhutanese constitution guarantees freedom of religion and citizens and visitors are free to practice any form of worship so long as it does not impinge on the rights of others. Christianity, Hinduism, and Islam are also present in the country. .Archery (Dha) is the national sport.. The National Emblem of Bhutan is a circle that projects a ..double diamond thunderbolt placed above the lotus. Raven is the National Bird.  The national animal is the Takin.The national flower is the Blue Poppy. The national tree is the cypress. Tourists like Bhutan for its  Unique Culture, Awe-Inspiring Tiger Nest, Beautiful  Weather-Nature  and for Adventure. Bhutan received a total of 274,097 visitor arrivals in 2018 which is an increase of 7.61% over 2017. Of the total arrivals, there were 71,807 international of which 63,367 were international leisure arrivals and 202,290 regional arrivals

Packages Price Duration NIGHT STAY
Bhutan Tour Packages
₹9750
03 Nights / 04 days
Thimpu (01Night), Paro (02Nights)
Bhutan Budget Tour Packages
₹9650
03 Nights / 04 days
Thimpu (02Nights), Paro (01Night)
Thimphu Paro Tour Packages
₹12900
04 nights / 05 Days
Thimpu (02Nights), Paro (02Nights)
Bhutan Family Tour Package
₹12600
04 nights / 05 Days
Thimpu (02N), Paro (02N)
Bhutan Honeymoon Tour Packages
₹16400
04 nights / 05 Days
Thimpu (01Night), Paro (02Nights), Punakha (01Night)
Bhutan Tour Package from Kolkata
₹16400
05 Night / 06Days
Thimpu (03Nights), Paro (02Nights)
Bhutan Tour Package from Delhi
₹18400
05 Night / 06 Days
Thimpu (02Nights), Paro (02Nights), Punakha (01Night)
Bhutan Tour Package from Ahmedabad
₹21200
06 Night / 07 Days
Thimpu (02Nights), Paro (02Nights) Punakha (02Nights)
Bhutan Tour Package from India
₹24400
07 Night / 08 Days
Thimpu (01Night), Paro (02Nights), Punakha (02Nights), Bumthang (02Nights)
Bhutan Sightseeing Tour
₹29200
09 Night / 10 Days
Thimpu (02Nights), Paro (03Nights), Punakha (02Night), Bumthang (02Nights)

Best Time To Visit Bhutan

The best time to visit Bhutan is spring (March-May) and Autumn (September-November). These are considered to be the best time to visit Bhutan to get the maximum adventure and trouble-free experience. December to  February are colder, but from then until April the climate remains dry and pleasant and in late spring the famous rhododendrons bloom spectacularly. Temperatures can vary between 15-30 degrees in general.

How to Reach Bhutan

BY AIR Paro is the only international operational airport in Bhutan and it is connected by

BY AIR

DRUK AIR, the national carrier of Bhutan, operates regular flights to the Indian cities of New Delhi, Kolkata, Bagdogra& Guwahati. All these cities are conveniently connected with Domestic Indian Carriers from almost all parts of India.

BHUTAN AIRLINES/ TASHI AIR is a new carrier that has been added for carrying passengers in & out of Bhutan. Presently Bhutan Airlines operates to the Indian Cities of New Delhi & Kolkata. 

BY TRAIN

THROUGH INDIA BY AIR, RAIL & SURFACE 

Phuentsholing- Bhutan / Jaigoan, West Bengal, (The Indian side city of the border) is conveniently connected by surface and presently the only overland border entries open to Indian & International Tourists. The town of Phuentsholing is located approximately 

  • 20 Kms from Hasimara Railway Station (HSA), West Bengal, India
  • 60 Kms from New Alipuarduar Railway Station (NOQ), West Bengal, India
  • 60 Kms from Alipuarduar Railway Station (APDJ), West Bengal, India
  • 80 Kms from New Cooch Behar Railway Station (NCB), West Bengal, India
  • 165 Kms from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP), Siliguri, West Bengal, India
  • 170 Kms from the Bagdogra Airport (IXB), Siliguri, West Bengal, India
DISTANCES AND TRAVEL TIME WITHIN & TO BHUTAN

From

To

DISTANCE

HRS (APPROX)

Phuntsholing
Paro
176 km
5-6-hours
Phuntsholing
Thimphu
176 km
5-6-hours
Paro
Thimphu
65 km
1-1.5 hour
Paro
Haa
65 km
1.5-2 hours
Thimphu
Haa
115 km
3-4 hours
Thimphu
Wangduephodrang / Punakha
70/80 km
2-3 hours
Punakha
Gangtey (Phobjikha)
78 km
2-3 hours
Punakha
Bumthang
212 km
7-8 hours
Bumthang
Gangtey (Phobjikha)
188 km
5-6 hours
Gangtey(Phobjikha)
Trongsa
120 km
4-5 hours
Trongsa
Wangduephodrang
129 km
4-5 hours
Trongsa
Bumthang
68 km
2-3 hours

Attraction Of Bhutan

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan and the largest town in Bhutan. It lies at an altitude of 2400 meters. All Government headquarters and centers for trade are located here. The following are the places of tourist attraction in Thimphu

Meaning “fortress of the glorious religion” was initially erected in 1641 and rebuilt by King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck in the 1960s. It is one of the largest dzongs in Bhutan. The Dzong houses the throne room and office of His Majesty and is the seat of government and religious affairs in the kingdom. The northern portion of the dzong has the summer residence of the central monastic body and His Holiness the Je Khenpo (chief abbot). It is open to visitors only during the Thimphu Tsechu (held in autumn) and during winter when the monk body moves to Punakha.

This monument was built in 1974 in memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. It was originally the idea of Bhutan’s third king, H.M. Jigme Dorji Wangchuck to erect a monument for world peace and prosperity but this could not be done due to his untimely death. So after his death, it was built in his memory and to serve as a monument for world peace.

Built-in 1627, it is the oldest Dzong in the country. The most noteworthy artistic feature of this dzong is the series of over 300 finely worked slate carvings behind the prayer wheels in the courtyard which are centuries old. The paintings inside this Dzong are believed to be some of the oldest and the most beautiful in the country.

The National Library was established in the late 1960s and it houses an extensive collection of Buddhist literature mostly in block-printed format and some works are several hundred years old. There is also a small collection of books in English on the ground floor mainly on Buddhism, Bhutan, the Himalayan region, and neighboring countries.

Commonly known as the Painting School is an institute established primarily to preserve and promote Bhutan’s unique artistic tradition which played a vital role in molding its distinct heritage. The Institute offers a six-year course on the 13 traditional arts and crafts of Bhutan and on a visit, one can see students learning the various skills taught at the school.

The Institute was established in 1967 as a center for indigenous medicines and practice. In olden times, people primarily relied on indigenous medicines to cure their illness. The Institute also serves as a training school for traditional medicine practitioners. The complex is closed to visitors due to considerations of hygiene, but one can still walk around and view it from the outside.

This temple is one of the oldest in Thimphu and was built in the 12th century by Nyima the son of PhajoDrugom, the founder of the Drukpa School of Buddhism in Bhutan. The temple is highly revered by the Bhutanese especially because newborn babies are normally brought here to seek blessings from the deity.

This is the site of Thimphu’s original Tashicho Dzong until 1772 and was named “Do Ngon Dzong” meaning the fortress of the BlueStone. Today, it houses the monastic school where novices are taught before they go for higher Buddhist studies. The monastery contains paintings of the 12th century that are being restored for preservation.

This monastery is located further uphill towards the west of Dechenphodrang. It was founded in 1750 by 8th Desi Tenzin Rabgye and houses some ancient stupas made of sandalwood. One can take the nature trail walk from the BBS tower at the hill overlooking Thimphu valley to this monastery.

These museums, both of which opened in 2001, provide fascinating insights into Bhutanese material culture and way of life and are a ‘must see’ when in Thimphu.

Buddha Dordenma: The quaint town of Thimphu is home to a 51 meters tall gold-plated statue of Buddha Dordenma, which is entirely made up of steel. The night sees this statue beautifully illuminated and makes it an even better sight to behold. The statue houses around 125,000 spectacular smaller Buddha statues made of bronze and plated in gold, each of which looks like the Dordenmaitself.Built amidst the ruins of  KuenselPhodrang, it marks your entry in Thimphu. The golden gilded statue is a marvel to behold, especially at nights, when it shines against the dark sky. The base of the statue, which is 3 stories tall, is a meditation hall. It is one of the largest Buddha Stupas in the world.

Flaunting the rich Bhutanese culture to the world, Simply Bhutan Museum displays impressive traditions and gives a glimpse of the country's history. A one-of-its-kind "living" museum, visitors get to enjoy the Bhutanese songs, folk dances, and finger-licious cuisine. One can actually live the country's culture by trying on traditional clothes and archery.

 Proudly housing the national assembly, SAARC Building in Thimphu was built in the 1990s to hold SAARC conferences and meetings. It is located near TrashiChho Dzong across Wang Chhu. An architecture marvel, the building is colorful and vibrant. Since it is an important government site, entry is not allowed due to security reasons. But the building is a good view from outside.

Offering endless opportunities to peek into the culture of the country and to interact with locals, the Weekend Market of Thimphu is the city's star on Saturdays and Sundays. Located at the north of Changlimithang Stadium, on the west bank of the Wang Chhu, the market is bustling with traders and customers, it looks colorful and vivid and it is an ideal place to buy souvenirs. Everything, from vegetables to accessories to postal stamps, is sold here at unbelievably low prices.

Punakha is located at an alleviation of 1250m and played a very important role in history. It had been the capital for over 300 years. The places to visit in Punakha are

 Dochula Pass is a breath-taking mountain pass, in commemoration of Bhutanese soldiers who passed away in military operations for the country. Along the Dochula Pass, there are 108 memorial chortens (also known as stupas) called the 'Druk Wangyal Chortens' for each soldier's life lost in the war. The hills are also decorated with colorful religious flags in five colors to represent the natural elements: blue for the sky, red for fire, green for water, white for clouds, and yellow for earth. To the local Buddhist people, these flags are symbols of veneration, and the inscriptions of prayers on each flag signal peace and prosperity for Bhutan.

 Dochula Pass is a breath-taking mountain pass, in commemoration of Bhutanese soldiers who passed away in military operations for the country. Along the Dochula Pass, there are 108 memorial chortens (also known as stupas) called the 'Druk Wangyal Chortens' for each soldier's life lost in the war. The hills are also decorated with colorful religious flags in five colors to represent the natural elements: blue for the sky, red for fire, green for water, white for clouds, and yellow for earth. To the local Buddhist people, these flags are symbols of veneration, and the inscriptions of prayers on each flag signal peace and prosperity for Bhutan.

Located an hour outside Punakha village, Chimi Lhakhang, (also known as Chime Lhakhang) is a Buddhist monastery best known for its worship of the phallus. It stands on a round hillock said to resemble breasts and is decorated with phallic symbols all along its walls. It was built in honor of Drukpa Kunley, the “Divine Madman” who preaches Buddhism through humor and sexual tones.

The second-longest suspension bridge in Bhutan, Punakha Suspension Bridge is perched over the Mo Chhu and Po Chhu (river) and is about 160-180 meters in length. It is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the world that connects Punakha Dzongkhag to the rest of the valley. Believed to be built by ThangtongGyalpo, the bridge has undergone several years of renovation. It has an integral part in the architectural history of Bhutan as it was built to connect the villages of Samdingkha and Wangkha by the kings of Wangchuk. The bridge is beautifully draped with prayer flags and makes a perfect spot for bird watching and photography. Although it is built sturdily, it shakes when winds blow strongly, and that is when the thrill is at its zenith.

Located after a hike of 45 minutes from a small hill having a beautiful prayer wheel, KhansumYulley Namgyal Chorten is a spectacular site to visit because of the beautiful view of the surroundings that it offers. It has a very rich history as to why it was built and it is a pleasure to hear it from one of the local guides. It is adorned with beautiful paintings of Sakyamuni, which makes this chorten a must watch.

Located south of Punakha is Wangduephodrang and lies at an altitude of 1350m. The higher reaches of the Wangduephodrang valley provide rich pasture land for cattle and this valley is famous for its fine bamboo work, stone carvings, and slates. Places of interests in Wangdue are

 It is the highlight of the last town of western Bhutan. It was built in 1638 and is perched on a spur above the confluence of the Punakha Chu and Dang Chu rivers. It played an important role in our history because the location of this Dzong commends an impressive view over both north-south and east-west highway. The Dzongpon (governor of the region) was the third most powerful in Bhutanese history after the Tongs and Paro Penlop.

Another highlight of Wangdue is the beautiful Phobjikha Valley or “the valley of black necked cranes”. This valley is the winter home of black-necked cranes that migrate from Tibet. This valley is one of the most beautiful and scenic ones in Bhutan. On the slope overlooking the valley is the Gangtey monastery built in 17th century and is one of the oldest and biggest monasteries of the Nyingma (red hat sect) school of Buddhism.

It lies in Western Bhutan at an elevation of 2280 m. As the only airport is located here, it is the gateway into this mystical kingdom. The main tourist attractions in Paro are

or “the fortress of the heap of jewels” was built in 1646 by ShabdrungNgawang Namgyal to defend the Paro valley from Tibetan invasion and presently it serves as central monastic and administrative seat of the district of Paro. It is one of Bhutan’s most impressive and finest examples of Bhutanese architecture. It is different for other Dzongs in Bhutan as it is in a square and the “utse” (central tower) is surrounded by the outer structure. The dzong houses one of the most sacred “Thongdrol” (meaning religious banner) about 20 sq. metres and is displayed only once a year during the Paro Tshechu (annual festival). The third king of Bhutan was crowned in this dzong.

 or “the bridge with no fish” is the bridge that connects Paro town to the dzong. It is one of the finest specimens in Bhutan and locals believe that if one sees a fish in the river, it is an ill omen. The earlier bridge which could be folded during war was washed away by flood in 1969.

Strategically located on a hill above the dzong and built in 1649 is the Ta Dzong. “Ta”means to see/watch and “dzong” means fortress. This monument served as a watch tower to the Paro Dzong. There is said to be an underground tunnel that leads to the water supply below. The structure was converted to the National Musuem in 1968. Ta Dzong holds a fascinating collection of art, relics, religious thangkha paintings, exquisite postage stamps, coins and handicrafts and a small natural history collection.

This temple was built by a famous Tibetan saint popularly known as Changzampa or the iron bridge builder in 1421. It is the only temple of this kind in Bhutan. It is in the form of a stupa and it contains some of the rarest and unique frescoes paintings in the region. The paintings are unique also because they depict the progressive stages of tantric Buddhist philosophy as well as the most important deities and figures of Drukpa Kagyu School of Buddhism.

“fortress of the victorious Drukpas” was built in 1649 to celebrate Bhutanese victory over the Tibetan invasions. What stands a mere tourist spot today was once western Bhutan’s most strategic fort from which many Tibetan invasions were repulsed. Under the leadership of Zhabdrung, Bhutanese fought 12 battles with the Tibetans in different places with one being in this particular place. It was destroyed by fire in 1951, and the towering outer walls and central tower still remains an imposing sight. On a clear day, there is a splendid view of Mt. Chomolhari from the approach road to this place.

Consists of twin temples and the older one is one of the 108 temples built by King SongtsenGampo of Tibet in 659 AD. This temple is deeply venerated for its antiquity and the role it plays in Bhutan History. The construction of this temple and Jampa Lhakhang in Bumthang marked Bhutan for the first time on Buddhist map. The temple contains one of the most sacred statues of the country – the jowo which is the image of Buddha at 8years and is similar to the one which is present in the Jokhang temple in the Potola Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.

It is a nunnery about an hour’s walk from Chele-la, down a path through pine forest. The gompa is nestled in a craggy patch of rock on the mountainside below Chele-la pass. Buddhist nuns spend their days in religious studies, prayer and meditation.

It is a nunnery about an hour’s walk from Chele-la, down a path through pine forest. The gompa is nestled in a craggy patch of rock on the mountainside below Chele-la pass. Buddhist nuns spend their days in religious studies, prayer and meditation.

Paro Airport Bird's Eye Viewpoint offers an exquisite view of the entire city. With the Paro International airport being in the top ten stunning airports in the world, you can imagine what's in store for you. Amidst the mountains, the sight is so colourful and vivid that one remains awe-struck by the grandeur of the city.

Popularly known as the Iron Chain Bridge, the Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge crosses the Paro Chhu to the Dzong. This 600-year-old bridge was built by ThangtongGyalpo in the late 1300s, who is said to have built 108 bridges all over Tibet and Bhutan. Made of wood and Iron, this is the first bridge to have ever been built in Bhutan. Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge greets its guests with a fantastic view of the surroundings.

Located at approximately 13,000 feet between the valley of Paro and Haa, Chele La Pass is the highest motorable road pass in Bhutan. The pass is famous for the stunning Himalayan views it offers, especially Mt. Jhomolari which is Bhutan’s most sacred peak at 22,000 feet, Tsherimgang mountains, Jichu Drake as well as views of both the valleys, Paro and Haa. Just a two-hour drive from the valley floor in Paro, you will reach Chele La Pass, covered in untouched forests, home to thriving flora and fauna. The surrounding area of this pass has several ancient trails, perfect for hikers. The slopes of the mountains around are covered in White Poppy, which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The drive to Chele La Pass is through dense spruce and larch forests where you can see many sightings such as yaks grazing, frozen river, waterfalls, rhododendron forest and roadside springs.

or “Tiger’s Nest”:Tiger’s Nest” is one of the most famous places to visit in Bhutan and one of the holiest sites in Bhutan. It is perched on a steep granite cliff at 2950 metres overlooking northern paro valley. The place is especially venerated because of its association with Guru Rimpoche and is believed that more merit is gained if we meditate even for a minute in Tasktshang than many months in other places

Built in the early 1900s, the UgyenPelri Palace is an excellent display of Bhutanese architecture at its finest. It was modelled after the ZangtoPelri which was known as Guru Rinpoche's paradise. It currently serves as the residence of the queen mother of Bhutan. The palace is closed to the public. It is situated next to the iconic Five Chortens of Paro, may be viewed in its entirety from the Paro Dzong.

This broad valley at an altitude of 2700m contains early historic and legendary traditions of Bhutan. This lovely valley is the religious heartland of the nation and home to some of its oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries. Tales of Guru Padmasambhava and the tertons (“religious treasure-discoverers”) still linger in this sacred region.The main tourist attractions in Bumthang are

Constructed in 1549 by the great grandfather of the first Shabdrung, the dzong was initially built as a monastery. It was upgraded in 1646 after Zhabdrung firmly established his power. Jakar Dzong is now used as the administrative center for Bumthang valley, and also houses the regional monk body.

This temple was built in the 7th century by the Tibetan king, SongtsenGampo. It is one of 108 monasteries which he built to subdue evil spirits in the Himalayan region. Its present architectural appearance dates from the early 20th century. This temple is considered one of the most sacred ones in Bhutan and the main altar has the jowo which is the image of Buddha at 8years and is similar to the one which is present in the Jokhang temple in the Potola Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.

Located further along the valley, Kurje Lhakhang comprises three temples. The one on the right was built in 1652 against the rock face where Guru Padmasambhava meditated in the 8th century. This place considered to be the most holy and also historically significant as Buddhism in Bhutan started from here.Three to five minute up from the gate is the “Drup-chu” or holy water and is considered the holiest water in Bhutan.

Located across the river from Kurje Lhakhang, is the temple founded in 1501 by Terton Pema Lingpa the famous treasure discoverer. There are very old religious paintings around the inner walls of the temple. There is also an iron jacket made by the great tertoen himself and at your visit you would probably come across pilgrims circulating the main altar with the jacket as it is believed to wash away sins.

located few minutes from Tamshing is this temple and it dates back to 7th century. This temple is famous for its giant bell which bears an antique inscription. Legends say that the bell was stolen from a Tibetan royal family and transported to Bhutan. Tibetan armies were sent to fetch the bell back but because of its immense weight, the soldiers could not carry it and dropped it that made the crack which is still visible. The bell was taken to the national museum in Paro, but misfortune fell on the locals and the bell was returned to the temple. Besides the bell, the temple also houses statues of the three past, present and future Buddhas from which the temple derives its name- “Koenchog” means divine / buddha and “sum” means three.

It is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. AshiPeldon, the lineage of Jakar built this in the 14th Century as her private residence but was later converted into a temple as legends say that AshiPeldon found the main statue of the temple in the ground floor. This lhakhang houses some very fine paintings of the Goddess of Victory and Long Life.

Palace: Built in 1658 by TronsgaPenlop Jigme Namgyel, the founder of our present monarchs, this palace is one of the oldest palaces in Bhutan. It was the seat of Bhutan’s reining Wangchuk Dynasty and one of the finest examples of domestic architecture in the Country.

or “The Burning Lake” is one of the most sacred pilgrim sites in Bhutan. It is a narrow gorge in the Tang River and is believed to be the place where the saint Tertoen (treasure discoverer) discovered religious treasures hidden by Guru Padmasambhava. There is great legend of how the saint discovered the treasures.

ALTITUDE

PLACES IN METERS IN FEET
PARO
2195 Mts.
7200 Feet
THIMPU
2320 Mts.
7600 Feet
PUNAKHA
1287 Mts.
4220 Feet
WANGDI
1350 Mts.
4430 Feet
TRONGSA
2317 Mts.
7600 Feet
BUMTHANG
2600 - 4000 Mts.
8530 - 13125 Feet

Packages

Bhutan Tour Packages

03 Nights / 04 days

Thimpu (01Night) Paro (02Nights)
₹ 11875
₹ 9750
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Budget Tour Packages

03 Nights / 04 days

Thimpu (02Nights) Paro (01Night)
₹11700
₹9650
Per Person Cost
Thimphu Paro Tour Packages

04 nights / 05 Days

Thimpu (02Nights) Paro (02Nights)
₹14875
₹12900
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Family Tour Package

0 4nights / 05 Days

Thimpu (02N) Paro (02N)
₹14875
₹12600
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Honeymoon Tour Packages

0 4nights / 05 Days

Thimpu (01Night) Paro (02Nights) Punakha (01Night)
₹18900
₹16400
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Tour Package from Kolkata

05 nights / 06 Days

Thimpu (03Nights) Paro (02Nights)
₹18600
₹16400
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Tour Package from Delhi

05 nights / 06 Days

Thimpu (02Nights) Paro (02Nights) Punakha (01Nights)
₹20600
₹18400
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Tour Package from Ahmedabad

06 nights / 07 Days

Thimpu (02Nights) Paro (02Nights) Punakha (02Nights)
₹23500
₹21200
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Tour Package from India

07 nights / 08 Days

Thimpu (01Night) Paro (02Nights) Punakha (02Nights) Bumthang (02Nights)
₹26800
₹24400
Per Person Cost
Bhutan Sightseeing Tour

9 nights / 10 Days

Thimpu (02Nights) Paro (03Nights) Punakha (02Night) Bbumthang (02Nights)
₹31700
₹29200
Per Person Cost

Hotel Details

WHERE TO STAY AT YOUR ‘AJODHYA PAHAR BARANTI TOUR PACKAGE FROM KOLKATA
Thimpu
Hotel Kenny / Hotel 89 / Similar
Paro
Takshang Paradise Lodge / Hotel City / Similar
Punakha
Hotel Tsheringma / Similar
Bumthang
Hotel Peling / Similar
Phungshillong
Hotel Tsheringma / Similar

Inclusion-Exclusion

  • Accommodation at Selected Hotel Double Sharing
  • Daily Breakfast Except Arrival Day
  • Other Meals as per Itinerary
  • Sightseeing as mentioned in Itinerary
  • Driver/Guide Charges

  • Any Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Personal Expenses.
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Any personal expenses
  • Any service not included in inclusions or itinerary
  • Courier charges

Amazing Facts Of Bhutan

Here are some interesting facts about Bhutan.

  • The ONLY Carbon Negative Country in the World. …
  • Isolated from the World Until The 1970s. …
  • No Traffic Lights in Bhutan. …
  • The King Abdicated the Throne for Democracy. …
  • Happiness Prevails Over GDP. …
  • Bhutan Says NO To Plastic
  • No Smoking in Public Places
  • Bhutan Was the Last Country to Introduce TV
  • Education and Healthcare is Free For All Citizen
  • The National Sport is Archery
  • Low Crime Rates

During travel to Bhutan, 6 must-taste food of Bhutan is Ema Datshi chilies and cheese, Jasha Maroo (spicy chicken), Phaksha Paa(Pork with Red 

  1. Seasons Restaurant
  2. Chha Bistro and Bar
  3. Zombala2 Restaurant
  4. Folk Heritage Museum Restaurant
  5. Bhutan Kitchen

  1. Sonam  Trophel Restaurant
  2. Lingka Restaurent
  3. Nivvana Veg Retreat
  4. Lhayabling Restaurant
  5. Bamboo Chic

  1. Dochula Resort Restaurant
  2. Lobesa Village Restaurant
  3. Bukhari
  4. Old Town Café Punakha
  5. Menchuna Restaurant

  1. Ajang Yongbha
  2. Subha Restaurant
  3. Noryang Restaurant and Bar
  4. Deki Restaurant

Food

TENTATIVE  FOOD DETAILS OF AJODHYA PAHAR PACKAGE TOUR: [Guest need to be paid direct basis]

DAY BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
Day 01
N/A
Rice, Aloo Bhaji, Dal, Fish curry, Chatni, Papad
Rice, Aloo Bhaji, Dal, Fish curry, Chatni, Papad
Day 02
Puri, Sabji, Tea / Coffee
Rice, Chips, Dal, Fish portion, Chatni, Papad
Rice / Roti, Dal, Mix Veg /Similar, Chicken Masala
Day 03
Bread, Omelet, Tea / Coffee

Important Notes

Must Maintain In Tour

  • Carry your belongings, like Passport Copy & Foreign Currency with you all the time
  • After check-in – original passport you can keep in the locker of the Hotel room or keep inside your luggage under lock & key or you can carry it with you (but on your own responsibility)
  • Maintain the transfers pick up times, if you missed out no refund/reimbursement is possible, you need to reach the Tour Stop / Destination on your own and need to report to the local operation representative to confirm the return pick-up
  • On arrival, you will get a packet with all the original vouchers & entry tickets for your tour (maybe in ticket form / in voucher format – need to redeem at the counter). Please check all very carefully, if not anything missed out. If so, please report it immediately.
  • In-Room, if you use any product from min freeze, all will be chargeable and need to pay to the hotel directly.
  • At the time of check out if the hotel charges for any damage that needs to settle across. In some peak season, some of the hotels charge a security deposit for this reason, that you need to pay, but rest assured the same will be refunded at the time of Check out without delay if there is no harm.

Travel Tips:

  • For convenience make advance reservations of hotels, transport, and local sightseeing of the city and journey on Luxury Trains.
  • Carrying an authorized map of the State and City to which you are traveling.
  • Carry woolen clothes in winter and walking shoes for all seasons.
  • Carrying all essential medicines as advised by your doctor.
  • Travel insurance can protect you from any unseen hazards.
  • Avoid taking the services of unknown and unauthorized guides/touts.
  • Avoid heavy baggage and prefer to use lightweight bags with wheels to avoid any inconvenience.
  • Inform your allergies and food habits in the hotel or restaurant before you order meals or beverages.
  • Avoid carrying expensive items like jewelry, gold, and valuables of high worth.
  • Make purchases from authorized shops and take proper vouchers of purchases made with telephone numbers and identification of salesmen or owners of the shop.
  • Carrying safe drinking water and dry eatables while traveling.
  • For emergency please contact our 24 X 07 Customer Support Number -8585-86-5050
  • Always carry a photocopy of your travel documents i.e. Passport, Visa, or Travel Pass, and inform the police immediately of the loss of any of such documents.
  • Give a proper wake-up call at hotel reception as and when you have to catch the early morning or late night connecting Bus or Train.
  • Avoid getting extra familiar with hotel staff or any other guests during your stay and in case of any abnormal or indecent behavior, report to Hotel Manager or THPL Customer Support Mobile number
  • Avoid booking tickets or hotel bookings through unauthorized agents.
Terms & Conditions

In the event of cancellation of tour/travel services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reason/s, we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:

60 days before arrival: 10% of the Tour/service cost
45 days before arrival: 20% of the Tour/service cost
15 days before arrival: 25% of the Tour/service cost
10 days before arrival: 50% of the Tour/service cost

07 days before arrival: Non Refundable

NOTE: In the case of Special Trains Journeys and peak season hotel bookings a separate cancellation policy is applicable (which can be advised as and when required).

Refund for hotel payment will follow the hotel’s cancellation policy
Train tickets cancellations will follow the Railway’s policy
Flight tickets cancellations will follow the airline's company policy

In case you cancel the trip after commencement, refund would be restricted to a limited amount only which too would depend on the amount that we would be able to recover from the hoteliers/ contractors we patronize. For unused hotel accommodation, chartered transportation & missed meals, etc. we do not bear any responsibility to refund.

  1. Please note that after the finalization of the Tour/ service Cost, if there are any Hike in entrance fees of monuments/museums, Taxes, fuel cost, or guide charges – the same would be charged as extra.
  2. As per the Government directive, you are requested to produce your photo identity document such as Driving License/Voter ID Card/Passport/Ration Card at the point of check-in at the hotel. We appreciate your cooperation.
  3. In case of the non-availability of requested hotels/hotels, we will provide accommodation in a similar category of hotel/hotels.
  4. If there is any unavoidable incident occur during the tour, Travotic will not be labile for any responsibility
  5. There will be no refund for any No Show / Unutilized services.
  6. The itinerary may be modifying based on various factors like maintenance of monuments/museums/major like spots conventions, religious festivals, etc.
  7. Itinerary timings on the tour are approximate and may be subject to change.
  8. Transfers and sightseeing on a SIC basis mean transport through a comfortable coach/bus/van depending on the total number of passengers traveling with you on that same tour. Please note that Travotic Holidays will be putting together all the passengers arriving around the same time and dropping them at their respective hotels. You may talk to our holiday experts about private transfers/ transport facilities, which will be made available at an additional cost.
  9. The customer needs to avail of the SIC from the scheduled pick-up point at the scheduled time. Travotic Holidays are not responsible if the pick-up is missed due to the customer’s delay.
  10. All personal extras such as laundry, room service, alcohol, minibar, telephone bills, pre-paid or post-paid SIM cards, etc. will be on a direct payment basis by the traveler to the service provider & Travotic Holidays will not be liable for the same at any point of time.

Payment Details

For all the services contracted, a 25% advance payment should be made to hold the booking, on a confirmed basis & for flight ticket booking need full actual fare. The balance amounts need to be paid 10days before the commencement of the services. Management personnel holds the right to decide upon the amount to be paid as advance payment, based on the nature of the service & the time left for the commencement of the service.

Apart from the above in some cases like Special Train Journeys, hotels, or resorts bookings during the peak season (like X-Mas, New Year, Puja, Diwali), a 50% advance payment should be made to hold the booking and 20days before full payment is required to be paid.

Note: Above mentioned payment policy may change during peak season.

Bank Details
Bank Details
Account Name:
Travotic Hospitality Pvt. Ltd.
Bank
HDFC Bank Ltd
Account No:
50200054360411
IFSC Code:
HDFC0009262
Branch:
Hatibagan Branch
Bank Address:
81A, Ground Floor, Sikdar Bagan Street, Hati Bagan, Kolkata, West Bengal 700004
Bank Details
Account Name:
Travotic Hospitality Pvt. Ltd.
Bank
Axis Bank Ltd
Account No:
921020009936818
IFSC Code:
UTIB0000153
Branch:
Dalhousie Square Branch
Bank Address:
Ground Floor, Mukti Chambers, 4, Clive Row, B.B.D. Bagh, Kolkata, West Bengal 700001
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Tour Reviews

This Ajodhya hills tour is awesome for a short tour. We went from Kolkata to Ajodhya by car. The scenic beauty of the hill is awesome and the route is also very beautiful. The view of the lakes is very nice. The hotel is Good especially Food. Well organized by Travotic holidays Team. Thanks to Mr. Abhijit for advising such a good weekend destination. - Mr. Suman Mukherjee

Suman Mukherjee

Thanks Travotic Holidays, for organizing an awesome trip. It was so well organized. We went Ajodhya hills Purulia, visited upper – Local Dam, Mathaburo pujo and Falls. Hotel was fine , Car was Brand New and Driver Mithun is a nice person with good knowledge. Special thanks to Mrs.Arpita Saha her cooperation.She customised our tour program so beautifully.Hotels were pretty good,in nice location.

Ms Alpana Ghosh

Decent trip organizer for weekend Destination. Visited Ajodhya last week. hotels and Car and Services provided are of top-notch.

Md. Nehal Anwar

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