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2 Nights 3 Days Bhutan Tour

location_iconParo, Thimphu and Tiger's Nest




2 Nights and 3 Days

Max. Altitude

2,250m / 7,382ft





Best Seasons

March to December

Group Size



Private Vehicle


This is a short tour of Bhutan within 3 days. During this Bhutan tour, you will explore interesting mysteries of the amazing Kingdom of Bhutan. We have designed a very special Bhutan itinerary for 3 days which includes top places that can be visited around Bhutan in a short period of time. Bhutan includes various natural, architectural as well as cultural attractions. These attractions will surely fascinate you.


This Bhutan tour 3 days indulges you in various exciting activities and sightseeing tours. First of all, you will have an amazing sightseeing tour of the capital city, Thimpu. You will witness Buddha's largest statue in Bhutan. You will admire the beautiful city of Thimpu from the Kuenselcholing viewpoint and many more.

On this tour you will visit many places like memorial chorten, a stupa dedicated to world peace and prosperity. The Buddha Dorenma statue, one of the largest statue of Buddha in the world accompanied by the amazing panoramic views of Thimpu valley. You then will hike to the iconic Tiger's Nest Monastery, also known as Paro Taktsang, a sacred Buddhist site and a major tourist attraction. Visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and most sacred temples in Bhutan. Enjoy a cultural show featuring traditional Bhutanese dances and music.

Besides that, if you do not prefer hiking then, you can simply have an exciting tour around the farmhouse of Bhutan. Furthermore, we can manage an overnight stay at the farmhouse if anyone desires so. Staying at the farmhouse offers you a close interaction with the locals of Bhutan. This way, one can experience a typical living style of the Bhutanese people apart from luxury stay. In addition, trying some typical Bhutanese cuisine and cultural dress can be a great experience.


Highlights of Bhutan tour :-

  • A scenic flight of Paro with the amazing views of Mt. Everest, Malaku, Kanchenjunga and others Himalayan snow-capped peaks.
  • Horse ride/Hike to the Tigers nest monastery (Taktshang Monastery) in Paro.
  • Traditional Hot stone bath, Bhutanese Cuisine, Farming Activities.
  • Experiences of typical Homestays and Bhutanese lifestyle.
  • Visit ancient fortress in Thimphu and Paro.
  • Visit several temples, monasteries, villages, museum, handicraft, valley, and government run institutions.
  • Visit World’s tallest Buddha Statue (The view point of Capital City Thimphu).
  • Celebrate or Participate in National Occasion/ Festival/ Annual Rituals (Seasonal).
  • Wear traditional Bhutanese dress – Gho/Kira.
  • Perform religious offering in the sacred temples by monks.
  • "Takin" the national animal of Bhutan.

Require documents for Bhutan Visa

  • Clear scan copy of your passport.
  • 1 passport size digital photographer.

Note: While exploring Bhutan be part of its culture with respect. You must cover your shoulders and knees in religious sites, so dress accordingly. Ask before taking picture of any one or any religious sites. Dispose your waste responsibly.



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Arrival to Paro Drive Thimpu.
accomodation_icon Accomodation: Hotel.
meals_icon Meals: Lunch and Dinner
transport_icon Transport: Private Vehicle

Today we will land on the place called Paro. Upon landing on Paro you will be welcomed by one of the representatives from the company at Paro airport. The 1.5 hour drive will take you to capital of country Thimpu. Rest of the time you could do some sightseeing at Tashichho Dzong, Drake Wangyal Khanzang Stupa and others. 

Afternoon visit memorial Chorten built in the memory of Lt. His Majesty the King by Royal Queen Mother, then after visit Buddha view point from where one can have panoramic view of Thimpu city. 

Hike to Takshang Monastery (5 Hours Hike.).
accomodation_icon Accomodation: Hotel.
meals_icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
transport_icon Transport: Private Vehicle.

Located 7 km away from Paro town, the Tiger's Nest monastery can be reached after a two-hour hike from the mountain base. The monastery is situated on a steep cliff, which adds excitement to the half-day adventure. Once you're done exploring the monastery, you can spend the remaining time enjoying the picturesque spots in Bhutan.

Departure from Bhutan
meals_icon Meals: Breakfast.
transport_icon Transport: Private Vehicle.

Usually if one could get the connecting flight from Paro flying to Delhi, Bangkok or  to their next destination then it’s not necessary to fly back Kathmandu.    


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  • Daily government Royalties and Taxes ($100 Each night.)
  • Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per the itinerary.
  • English Speaking Guide trained and licensed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan, will be together throughout trip.
  • All transfer and sightseeing by private transportation.
  • Accommodation on twin room basis - 3 stars hotels. 
  • Meal plan: Breakfast and Dinner at the hotel and lunch at the local tourist restaurants.
  • Drinking water (2 bottle per day each person).
  • Bhutan Visa fees.
  • All necessary travel permits.
  • Insurance of any kind.
  • Additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstance.
  • Personal expenses such as drink, guide tips & etc.
  • Paro flight from Kathmandu/ Delhi/ Bangkok/ Singapore
  • Tips and Gratuities to Guides/drivers/trek crew.




Why Bhutan is expensive for visit?

This is true that Bhutan is more expensive than Nepal and India. The government of Bhutan has imposed an all-inclusive nightly tariff structure for all tourists so Bhutan tour can appear more expensive. A regular tour operator of Bhutan from 10 years we receive comments from returning clients that they get the real value of money genuinely. Considering the tour every visitors has access to a private guide, vehicle, driver, and package includes all meals, accommodation, sightseeing, entry fees, transfers, taxes, Government Royalties and visa fees which is indeed excellent value of money as well as Bhutan is such a pleasure to visit.

Can I travel independently in Bhutan?

No! It is not possible to get entry visa to go Bhutan unless you pre-arranged land tour itinerary with a licensed and approved tour operator and pay the appropriate nightly all inclusive government tariff. Bhutan government avoid the independent visitors to maintain its strict culture and ecological value. However you can enjoy a high degree of flexibility during the hike, visit local markets, villages and interact with locals as you wish. You can arrange your own private tour and you do not need to join with other group but it just must be pre-paid and pre-arranged.

What will weather be like in Bhutan?

Bhutan, like Nepal and other countries in the planet is experiencing some climate change. Summer (June to mid- September) are warm, humid and raining. Winter (December to Early march) cold and dry. Winter nights are cold but days are clear and sunny. The western valleys only average 2 snowfall per annum. August to early September is wettest period.

How to get Bhutan ?

There are two way to reach Bhutan either from overland from India or by flight from Nepal, Indian and Thailand. Flight from Kathmandu is most amazing which offers the spectular views of Everest, Makalu, kanchanjunga and thousands of Himalayan peaks. 

How can I Obtain Bhutan Visa?

We Global Holidays Adventure will help you for visa procedures. We must submit the visa application to the Bhutan government at least 1 week before you go. Here you will get paper visa and once you arrive at Paro get actual stamped in your passport. For Visa application we need your clear scan copy of your passport.

When is the best time to visit Bhutan?

October to December is the ideal time to visit Bhutan as the weather is clear and fresh with sunny skies. January and February is clod after then march to May is the climate remains dry and pleasant and end of the spring rhododendron bloom spectacularly and flooding the hills with varieties of colors. May to june is little hot and high humidity, from June from September the monsoon rain covers the mountains.

Is there any altitude problems in Bhutan?

Most visitors will have No problems of altitude in Bhutan. Our cultural tour itineraries does not reach higher than 3500 meters from sea level. Of course if you are doing some trekking in Bhutan then you have to aware from altitude. 

What should I Pack for Bhutan tour?

Pack list is depends on the season of travel in Bhutan. Except for summer warm clothing like down jackets, and sweaters are recommended and for summer cottons and lightweight woolens clothes are better. 

Will somebody come to pick me up at the airport upon my arrival?

Yes, Global Holidays Adventure representative will be there to greet you outside of Terminal Hall. He/she will be displaying you name card. After that you will be transferred to hotel. 


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