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Bhutan Tour from Mumbai

7 Nights / 8 Days
Places Covered
Paro » Thimphu » Punakha

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  • Mumbai - Paro

    Start your Bhutan tour package from Mumbai with Thimphu as the first destination.

    Arrive at Paro airport and transfer to your hotel in Thimphu.

  • Thimphu

    After breakfast proceeds for full day sightseeing and tour which includes National Chorten, National Library, National Folk Heritage Museum, Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, Takin Zoo at Motithang, Handicraft Emporium and Choki Traditional Art School.

  • Thimphu - Punakha

    After breakfast proceeds to Wangdi / Punakha. We cross Dochula Pass to see the beautiful mountain range of Bhutan. Visit Wangdiphodrang Dzong integrated in 1638. Punakha Dzong that houses the sacred relics of the southern Drukpa lineage and the sacred remains of Ngawang Namgwal.Overnight in Wangdi / Punakha.

    Overnight in Wangdi/ Punakha.

  • Punakha

    After morning meal continues for local sightseeing of Punakha that consists of Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten - built by Queen Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck, the new temple and village Talo built on a plateau which has a marvelous view of surrounding villages.

    Overnight in Wangdi/ Punakha.

  • Punakha – Paro

    After morning meal, free time till afternoon. After lunch proceeds to Paro. Overnight in Paro.

  • Paro

    After breakfast continues for Paro sightseeing which includes Drukgyel Dzong, Ta Dzong - the National Museum of Bhutan, Kyichu Lhakhang - the sacred jewel of Bhutan and also Rinpung Dzong. At night go to Paro market.

    Overnight in Paro.

  • Paro

    After morning meal visit Taktsang (Tiger's Nest) monastery - sanctified as one of Bhutan's a lot of spiritual-religious sites. Afterward leisure time for the drive to Chele La Pass (optional), located at an elevation of 13000 feet as well as consideration to be one of the highest possible motorable passes in Bhutan. Evening free at leisure/shopping.

    Overnight in Paro.

  • Paro to Mumbai

    After breakfast proceed to the airport to board your flight back home.




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Bhutan Tour Packages from Mumbai

The Kingdom of Bhutan, as well as its rich culture & traditions, must be seen to be believed. 60% of the entire country is protected the national forest, and also it really absorbs up more carbon that it makes use of, that makes Bhutan tour from mumbai ideal for trekkers, monastery-lovers, Buddhist pilgrims and the merely curious.

Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom is a net worthy for its monasteries, fortresses and panoramic landscapes. It is a landlocked country surrounded by Tibet in the North, Sikkim and also Chumbi Valley of Tibet in the West, Arunachal Pradesh in the eastern, as well as the states of Assam and West Bengal in the south. Explore Bhutan's special geographical and weather variations with our best bhutan packages.

Mumbai to Bhutan Distance

By Air - 3.0 hrs

By Road - 54.0 hrs

Best Season/Time to Visit Bhutan from Mumbai?

October to December is the best time to visit Bhutan as the air is clear and fresh with bright skies. January and also February are cooler, but from after that until April the climate continues to be dry and also enjoyable and in late springtime the well-known rhododendrons bloom spectacularly, flooding the valleys with color.

How to Reach Bhutan from Mumbai

Mumbai is one of the principal metropolises of India and has numerous peoples living there. Having such a huge population means that the city needs to be well connected to the rest of the world by road, flights, and railways. To know how to head to Bhutan from Mumbai, reviewed the following different ways. Although Mumbai to Bhutan flights are suggested, they are not the only method to travel in between the two locations.

By Air - To reach Bhutan from Mumbai, there are two Mumbai to Paro flights operated by Druk Air. Mumbai to Bhutan Flight duration is on an average 3 hours 10 minutes. The flights are mainly nonstop. Paro is Bhutan's major airport, and most international flights are received there. Flights are one of the most common ways to travel in between the two locations due to the considerably less time taken and from the point of view of comfort as well.

By Road - While travel by road in between the locations is possible, there remain to be the usual dangers of the road while taking a trip for such a big distance. The distance from Mumbai to Bhutan by road is 2849 kilometers as well as takes a long time to cover the entire distance. On average it takes around 56 hours to cover it, which can imply as much as 4 days on the road, with rest included.

By Rail - While there is no direct connection between Mumbai and also Bhutan by railways, you can break your journey to take a trip the distance in between both cities. First, traveling from Mumbai to Kolkata by train and after that take a train from there to New Jalpaiguri. From there, a bus or taxi will take you to the border where you can cross into Bhutan.