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Bhutan is a popular tourist destination, especially among Bangladeshis. Bhutan tourism offers a diverse selection of sights and activities to visitors. There are monasteries, fortresses (called dzongs) and vast scenery in Bhutan, a Buddhist country on the eastern side of the Himalayas, from tropical jungle plains to jagged Himalayan peaks. Tourists in Bhutan may shop and eat their way around the country, so go for it.

With ITS Holidays Ltd.‘s extensive selection of Bhutan tourism packages, visitors may experience its many tourist attractions in style. Visit the most tourist spots in Bhutan and rest your head in a comfortable hotel. 

Some of the highlights of Bhutan tourist places are listed here: 

Travellers talk about Bhutan a lot because it’s one of the world’s more mysterious and less-known places. With many holy places, Buddhist relics and forts, Bhutan have everything a traveller could want. The country has a stunning view of the mighty Himalayas, beautiful valleys, and many different kinds of plants and animals. When you see the rivers that come from the Himalayas, you can’t help but fall in love with their beauty. There are a lot of places to visit in Bhutan that are great for both experienced and scenery. Exploring them is both exciting and rewarding.

1.  Thimphu City (Bhutan’s Capital): 

Thimphu is an international capital. It’s a tiny town with a population of just over 100,000 people. In 1961, the city was designated as Bhutan’s capital. It is now a thriving town on the banks of the Thimphu Chu, nestled in the Thimphu valley’s hills. The venerated Bhutanese Royal Family, the Royal Government and Court, and various foreign missions and development projects are all housed in Thimphu. 

Visitors are encouraged to walk down the main street and inside the traditionally adorned stores. Thimphu’s shopkeepers are friendly and will go out of their way to accommodate even the tiniest request.

2. Buddha Dordenma:

The Buddha Dordenma statue is 51 metres tall and made of steel. It stands at the entrance to the Thimphu valley. The three-story base is home to a vast chapel filled with thousands of donated Buddha statues. The body itself is filled with 125,000 smaller Buddha statues. When the Buddha is lit up at night, it looks incredible. An old palace used to be here, but it’s now called Changri Kuensel Phodrang because it was there.

The statue was made in China, cut into pieces, and then shipped and trucked from Phuentsholing. There is a new Hindu temple on the way to “Buddha Point.” It is an excellent place to go for a bike ride. 

3. Tiger’s Nest Monastery:

Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery, is in Bhutan’s Paro district. Among travellers, this monastery is a significant place to visit. Taktsang is 800m (2,600ft) above the valley. It’s also 2,950m (9,678 ft) above sea level. It takes about 2 to 3 hours to get to the monastery from the road of Ramthangkha, which is 12 kilometres from Paro town. 

At Taktsang, Guru Rinpoche revealed the Mandala of Pelchen Dorje Phurpa and gave his disciples some of the most beautiful teachings. He stayed in the cave for three years, three months, three weeks, and three days before defeating the evil spirits and hiding valuable treasures for all living things.

4. Drukgyel Dzong: 

In the upper Paro valley, there is an ancient ruin called Drukgyel Dzong. It is on top of a ridge in this area and is one of the most well-known archaeological sites. It is a must-see for tourists in the city of Paro, Bhutan. It is a fortress and a Buddhist monastery built by Tenzin Drukdra in the 17th century when he was in charge. Thus, Drukgyel Dzong was an essential place for protecting the country from future invasions. Name “Drukgyel Dzong” means “Fortress of Drukpa’s Victory.”

Drukgyel Dzong was built near the Bhutan-Tibet border to fight off the enemy. As a defence fortress, it was also one of the four main ones in Bhutan. 

5. Paro City:

Bhutan’s Paro is a small town. It is one of Bhutan’s most fertile and historic valleys. It is also the widest in the kingdom, which makes it even more critical. It has 155 temples and monasteries that date back to the 14th century. It is also Bhutan’s only international airport and has been a popular place for tourists to visit. It is said to be the most challenging airport to land at in terms of getting there.

Paro is full of traditional homes and paddy fields with a beautiful landscape. The Rinpung Dzong, the National Museum of Bhutan, and the Paro Weekend Market are great places to visit in Paro and many other exciting places.

6. The Basochhu Waterfall:

One of Bhutan’s highest waterfalls is the Basochhu waterfall near Wangduephodrang. Unfortunately, due to hydroelectric programs, the waterfall is visible virtually at full size during the majority of the six summer months. A kilometre downstream, the stream enters the Punatsangchhu river. Before approaching the Basochhu Hydro Power Plant’s powerhouse, the waterfall may be seen on the right side of the Punatsangchhu river. Water pours over a vertical drop in the course of a stream or river, usually in the upper reaches, to form a waterfall.

7. Punakha Dzong:

Punakha Dzong, Bhutan’s second-largest dzong, is well-known for its magnificent architecture. Dzong is a location of architectural genius where you’ll find a fortress of a distinct kind. The Tibetan regions of China and Bhutan are the most common locations for this form of construction.

Punakha Dzong is a symbol of Buddhist culture’s wonderful traditions because of the stories it tells. The dzong is located at 1,200 metres, making it one of the most beautiful in the country. This dzong is unique in that it was built without nails.

8. The Memorial Chorten:

Thimphu Chorten, or National Memorial Chorten, is one of Bhutan’s most well-known religious landmarks. The Memorial Chorten is also known as the Thimphu Chorten National. It is a vast stupa-shaped building in the southern part of Thimphu, Bhutan. It was built to remember the 3rd Dragon King, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. The Memorial Chorten has been a big hit with tourists in Bhutan because of its peaceful atmosphere and brightly coloured walls.

The Memorial Chorten of Thimphu is a must-see place. Visitors can learn about the 3rd Dragon King and dark and quiet Buddhist philosophy.

9. Lakes of Bhutan:

Bhutan’s lakes are divided into glacial and natural mountain lakes. Bhutan’s land is home to approximately 2,674 high altitude glacial lakes and subsidiary lakes, 25 of which are at risk of GLOFs. Bhutan also has about 59 natural non-glacial lakes covering an area of approximately 4,250 hectares. Most are above 3,500 metres (11,500 ft) in elevation and lack permanent human settlements, while many are used for yak grazing and may have scattered transient settlements. All lakes in Bhutan are considered inhabited by ghosts as natural phenomena. In Bhutan, a few lakes are particularly sacred, frequently associated with the lives of Buddhist saints Guru Rimpoche and Pema Lingpa.

10. National Museum of Bhutan:

Bhutan has a lot of pride because of the National Museum of Bhutan. It comprises six floors, each telling a different story about the city’s history and culture. It is possible to observe various artefacts, including paintings, animal masks, and more. The building constructed in 1649 as a watchtower against Tibetan warriors was repurposed as Bhutan’s National Museum in 1968.

The National Museum in Paro, where history meets the present, is a haven for history buffs and a must-see for anyone interested in learning more about Bhutan. The best destination in the world to know about Bhutan’s history and culture from the ground up, it provides a glimpse into the daily lives of the Bhutanese people.

11. Cheri Monastery:

In Bhutan, Cheri Monastery is called Chagri Dorjeden Monastery. It is a Buddhist Monastery. Cheri Monastery is perched on top of a hill at an altitude of 2850m. It looks out over the beautiful Thimphu Valley. Hiking around Cheri Monastery in Thimphu is one of the best things. According to the records from the 8th century, Guru Padmasambava visited Cheri Monastery. In the 13th century, Cheri Monastery became a famous religious site in Thimphu. There are many saints and philosophers in Bhutan, and Cheri monastery, with its rich history and beautiful view, is a must-see place for anyone who wants to learn more about the Buddhist way of life.

DHAKA TO BHUTAN TOUR PACKAGE (THIMPHU, PUNAKHA & PARO SPECIAL TOUR) FOR 5 DAYS:

Bhutan is the world’s natural kingdom of heaven. Bhutan has been graced with nature’s splendour. By passing the threshold of your dream, you will leave your home and be led by us to your selected location. The country’s most popular travel operator caters to couples and families in particular. “ITS Holidays Ltd” cordially invites you to join us on a Bhutan tour from Bangladesh. (Special Tour to Thimphu, Punakha, and Paro with Guaranteed Services)

Package Code Package Validity Status
ITSHBHU-002 31 December, 2022 Active

Package Price in BDT by Per-Person Basis: 

Hotel Adult Twin Share Basis Child 

(Below 10 Years)

Budget Tk.

 41,500/-

Tk.

28,500/-

3* Tk.

47,500/-

Tk.

31,500/-

4* Tk.

55,500/-

Tk.

41,500/-

5* Tk.

65,000/-

Tk.

49,500/-

Staying Hotel Details:

Type of Hotel Paro

Hotel

Thimphu Hotel Punakha  Hotel
Budget Hotel

Jigmeling,

Hotel

KK, 

Hotel

Dragon Paro.

Hotel Chophel Norki, 

City Hotel Thimphu, Hotel

Centennial,

Hotel Destiny.

Hotel

Kingaling.

3* Mandala

Resort,

Khangkhu Resort, Namsay Chholing Resort, Janka Resort.

Hotel 

Amodhara/ Hotel

Phuentsholing, Hotel Gakyil,

Hotel 

Riverview

Damchen

Resort,

Hotel

Pema

Karpo.

Package Price Includes: 

  • Round Trip Air ticket with all Taxes by Druk Air. 
  • 2 Nights Accommodation on a Twin share basis at Thimphu. 
  • 1 Night Accommodation on a Twin share basis at Punakha. 
  • 1 Night Accommodation on a Twin share basis at Paro. 
  • Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfer. 
  • Daily Sightseeing as per itinerary.

Package Cost Excluding: 

  • Personal expenses and Shopping. 
  • PCR test from Bangladesh before departure.
  • PCR test from before departure.
  • The sightseeing Entrance fee for any Riding does not mention this itinerary.
  • Early Check-in & late check-out. 
  • Late nights surcharge (Airport transfer /Any Transfer). 
  • If you travel individually other than group tickets, you will bear the additional transportation charges as per your itinerary.

Basis Requirements: 

  • Bangladeshi passport is valid for at least 7 months.
  • 2 copies of passport size white background photographs. 
  • Covid-19 vaccination certificate online.

Booking & Confirmation Policy: 

  • Payment Part-01: 

Must be paid 50-75% of the total cost of package amount at booking time.

  • Payment Part-02: 

Must be paid 100% of the total cost of package amount at final confirmation time.

Remarks: 

  • Package price applicable for group booking. 
  • Package rate based on twin occupancy, minimum (2 persons in a room) occupancy is also available (depending on hotel policy).
  • All services depend on availability at the time of booking. 
  • Any changes can occur without prior notice.
  • All rates are available. 
  • Visa processing is subject to Embassy approval (MOFA).
  • No refund in case of unused services or lesser duration of stay. 
  • The passengers would pay for extra luggage other than mentioned on the ticket. 
  • ITS Holidays Ltd or Tour operator is not responsible for the loss of luggage.

Cancellation Policy:

  • After the booking, any package is complete, non-changeable, and non-refundable, and air tickets will be changed or refunded as per the airline’s cancellation policy.

DHAKA TO BHUTAN TOUR PACKAGE (04 DAYS, 03 NIGHTS THIMPHU AND PARO PACKAGE TOUR):

Bhutan is the world’s natural kingdom of heaven. Bhutan has been graced with nature’s splendour. By passing the threshold of Your dream, you will leave your home and be led by us to your selected location. The country’s most popular travel operator caters to couples and families in particular. “ITS Holidays Ltd” cordially invites you to join us on a Bhutan tour from Bangladesh. 

PACKAGE PRICE IN BDT:

Hotel

 Category

Hotel Name(Thimphu) Hotel Name (Paro) Price in BDT (Twin) BB Price  in BDT (Single) BB
3 Stars Shangri-La          

Residency

Taktsang

Paradise

48,500/-

BDT

55,500/- 

BDT

4 Stars Hotel

Migmar

Mandala

Resort

55,500/-

BDT

65,500/-

BDT

SAMPLE PACKAGE ITINERARY:

Day 01:

Tourists will be received at Paro Airport at 10.50 am. Transfer to Thimphu Hotel. On the way, visit Roadside Iron Bridge & Temple. After lunch, visit Tashichho Dzong Park, Changangkha Lakhang & in the evening, free time in town for shopping/strolling at clock Tower. Dinner & night halt at Thimphu. 

Day 02:

After having breakfast at 9 am, visit Cherry Monastery (Riverside & Wooden Bridge Area) & Kabesa/Dechenphu Monastery. After lunch, visit the Zoo, Buddha Point & in the evening Market Area. Dinner & Night halt at Thimphu. 

Day 03: 

After having breakfast at 9 am, drive to Paro Resort. Check in the Resort & after lunch, visit Taktsang Monastery (Tiger Nest Monastery) from the valley floor, Drukgyel Dzong. In the evening, enjoy shopping in Paro Town. Dinner & night halt at Paro. 

Day 04: 

Serving Packed breakfast & drop to the airport by 5.30 am.

FLIGHT SCHEDULE: 

1+ KB 301 /CA YA SA DACPBH 0900 1000 319 0 S E 

1+ KB 300 /CA YA SA PBHDAC 0700 0800 319 OS E

PACKAGE INCLUDING:

  • Return Air Ticket with all Taxes by Druk Air.
  • 02 Nights at Thimphu on Twin Sharing Basis. 
  • 01 Night at Paro on Twin Sharing Basis.
  • Half-Day city tour at Thimphu.
  • Full-Day Cherry Monastery (Riverside & Wooden Bridge Area ) – Zoo, Buddha Point & in the evening Market Area at Thimphu.
  • Half-Day Paro sightseeing tour.
  • Full Board Meal (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner) at Indian Restaurant English Spoken Guide.
  • All transfers as per travel itinerary.
  • Group visa confirmation.

PACKAGE COST EXCLUDING: 

  • Fees of a personal demand (phone + porterage bills + lunch + dinner + sightseeing) are not included.
  • Additional expenses are caused by flight cancellations, closed roads, natural disasters, and nature’s wrath.
  • Any further services that aren’t included here.
  • There may be additional fees during the Christmas, Diwali, and New Year holidays.
  • Authorities will not be held responsible for the loss of personal belongings.
  • We will not give any loans.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

In response to your request, we are delighted to assist you with the earlier itinerary you requested. It is only a quotation; no reservation has been made yet. Rates are valid as long as they are not sold out. All hotel reservations and rates are subject to availability at booking confirmation and change without notice.

SPECIAL NOTE:

May is one of the best months to go across Bhutan and see the sights. If you’re planning a trip to Bhutan this month, you’re in luck because you’ll be able to attend the Zobel Tshechu festival, one of the country’s most meaningful events. It’s a Buddhist celebration in Zobel that’s a sight to behold for visitors.

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