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Enticing Bhutan Tour Package from Hyderabad


10 Nights / 11 Days
Places Covered
Paro » Thimphu » Punakha » Gangtey » Trongsa » Bumthang

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  • Arrival at Paro

    Soon after you arrive at Bhutan by Druk Airways / Bhutan airlines , you will be greeted by the Swan Tours representative and transferred to the hotel for stay. Spend the evening by taking a stroll along the local markets and stay overnight in the hotel.

  • Paro sightseeing

    After having breakfast, you will be moving out to the National Museum/ Ta Dzong thus, giving a start to the sightseeing ventures, followed by a visit to the Rinpung Dzong and the ruined fort of Drukgyel Dzong in afternoon after lunch. Later, wind up the day by heading to the most holy shrines of Bhutan at Kyichu Lhakhang. Stay overnight in the hotel after return!

  • Paro to Thimphu

    Post breakfast, you will travel to Thimphu from Paro that is exactly 60 km away from the former. En-route stop at Chuzom and Simtokha Dzong near Thimphu for a visit. Upon your arrival, check-in the hotel at Thimphu for stay and take rest. Post lunch, take a tour to the Folk Heritage Museum, King's Memorial Chorten, Handicrafts Museum, Tashichhodzong and the local markets for some shopping and sightseeing. Wind up the day with an overnight stay at the hotel!

  • Thimphu to Punakha

    After having breakfast, you will start off for some sightseeing at the Painting school, Traditional Medical Institute and the National Library of Thimphu. Check-out from the hotel in Thimphu and get transferred to Punakha via Dochula Pass. Soon after arrival, check-in the hotel and take a trip to some of the most famous places like Punakha Dzong, Khamsum Yulley and the Namgyal Chorten. Stay overnight in the hotel!

  • Punakha - Wangdue Phodrang - Gangtey

    Eat breakfast and drive to Gangtey that is exactly at a distance of 70 km via Wangdue Phodrang where you can stop by to drop in the local markets that are popular for shopping and explorations. You will cross the dense forests when you drive to Gangtey, and once you reach there take an evening stroll and check-in the hotel. Stay overnight!

  • Gangtey to Trongsa

    Finish your breakfast in the morning, and head for the renowned Phobjikha valley to spot some Black necked cranes, after check-out from the hotel. From there you will go for a guided tour to Trongsa crossing to visit Pele la pass that is 120 km away from the former. Spend the evening at the Trongsa market and stay overnight in the hotel!

  • Bumthang

    Have breakfast in the morning and leave for Tronsa Dzong and Ta Dzong. Once you reach Bumthang from there, you will check-in the hotel and stay overnight after dinner.

  • Bumthang

    Post breakfast in the morning, take a visit to Tamshing Lhakhang, followed by many stunning sights awaiting namely, Chumey, Ura, Choekhor and the Tang valleys. Have lunch and head to Kurje Lhakhang and shop for souvenirs. Stay overnight in the hotel after your return!

  • Thimphu

    As soon as you complete breakfast, you will undergo shopping at the Bumthang market and then drive to Thimphu where you will check-in and relax after having a nourishing meal. Stay overnight in the hotel!

  • Thimphu to Paro

    Enjoy the breakfast and take a beautiful road trip to Paro after check-out from Thimphu. Pay a visit to the Taktsang Monastery, post which you will stay overnight in the hotel after dinner.

  • Departure from Paro

    Once you are done with breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back home from Paro. This brings an end to the beautiful Bhutan Tour Packages from Hyderabad. For more information on Bhutan tour packages contact Swan Tours or call 011 23415601.


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