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A giant Buddha statue under blue sky in Thimphu Bhutan

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When it becomes hard to deal with the madness of cities, a getaway in the lap of nature becomes necessary. This season, why not spend a week amidst the lush greenery, flowing rivers and lofty mountains of Bhutan? Pick this Bhutan Holiday covering the hotspots of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro. You would visit Simtokha Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Trashichhoedzong and Takin Mini Zoo in Thimphu, while the prominent attractions like Dochula Viewpoint, Chimi Lhakhang and Punakha Dzong will be explored in Punakha. The iconic Tiger's Nest Temple in Paro would amaze you with its picturesque setting. Later, you would go for a visit to the National Museum and Kyichu Lhakhang in Paro. Professional guide service, airport transfers and round-trip flights make the itinerary more engaging for you. 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple (entry fee not included)
  • Relish a complimentary lunch with a beverage in Paro
  • Enjoy Beer Tasting and Vegetarian Snacks in Paro (limited) on a Brewery Tour
  • Catch a glimpse of local culture on a Farm visit with Archery Experience
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Rs.51,999

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Bhutan Prayer Wheels

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Beat the heat with this summer special Bhutan Holiday, which will take you to the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. During the sojourn, you will travel through Thimphu, Punakha and Paro to explore their prominent landmarks. To ensure that you know the significance of all the attractions, a professional guide has been appointed for you. Among the oldest monasteries of Bhutan, Tiger’s Nest Temple, will fascinate you with its cliff-side location, while the Textile Museum gives an idea of the national art of weaving. The 51.5 meter high statue of Shakyamuni can be seen at Buddha Viewpoint. The itinerary also includes a visit to Takin Mini Zoo, which is home to the national animal of Bhutan. The list doesn’t end here as you will also explore Chimi Lhakhang, Trashichhoedzong, Kyichu Lhakhang, Simtokha Dzong, Punakha Dzong and National Museum. 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple (Entry Fee Not Included) - the oldest monastery of Bhutan
  • Visit to the Buddha View Point - one of the most stunning sites in the city of Thimphu that also has a mega statue of Lord Buddha
  • Visit to the Chimi Lhakhang or fertility temple where childless women go to receive blessings
  • Visit to the Textile Museum to learn about the national art of weaving and the cultural significance it embodies
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Rs.45,999

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Masked Dancer

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Looking for a vacation to escape from the hustle-bustle of life and unwind amidst natural bounties? The solution is right here with this Bhutan tour package, which will let you experience the untouched beauty of this landlocked country. Set amidst pristine lushness, Simtokha Dzong is a famous fortress that you will explore along with Memorial Chorten and Kuensel Phodrang while in Thimphu ? the national capital. Enjoy splendid vistas of the snow-capped hills and lush greenery from Dochula Viewpoint on the way to Punakha, where you will see yellow-roofed Chimi Lhakhang, also known as Fertility Temple. Later, you can explore the historical artworks and masterpieces at the National Museum of Paro, which is nestled on the hill behind Paro Dzong. Moreover, the tour of the 7th-century Kyichu Lhakhang is also included in this itinerary.
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Excursion to Phobjikha Valley
  • Trekking to Taktsang Monastery (The Tiger's Nest Temple)
  • Visit to Punakha Dzong
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Rs.38,299

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Taj Tashi, Bhutan

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Emanating majestic aura of Lord Buddha and blessed with natural bounties, Bhutan is among the most preferred holiday destinations in Asia. Lush forests, revered monasteries, soaring mountains and pleasant weather give enough reasons for making it so. If you also want to spend a few days in this beautiful country, opt for this Bhutan tour package with a stay in Thimphu and Paro. While in the former, you would explore the famous Simtokha Dzong, Kuensel Phodrang, Memorial Chorten, Handicraft Emporium and Textile Museum. The main highlight of this sojourn would be The Tiger's Nest Temple, which would leave you awe-stuck with its captivating cliff-side location in Paro. Besides, you would take the tour of Kyichu Lhakhang, another important Buddhist temple of Bhutan
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the National Museum of Bhutan
  • Excursion to Trashi Chhoe Dzong
  • Tour of Takin Mini Zoo
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Rs.35,229

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Prayer Flags on top of the mountain

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Draped in the charm of Buddha and elegance of nature, Bhutan is a must-visit destination for spirituality seekers. Its lofty mountains and rugged terrain make it a paradise for adventurers as well. But, what captures people’s fantasy is its popularity for being one of the happiest nations in the world. With this Bhutan Holiday, you can explore the cultural, natural and spiritual heritage of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro – the three best destinations in the country. From capturing the jaw-dropping architecture of Tiger’s Nest Temple, seeing goat-antelope at Takin Mini Zoo to gazing at the giant Buddha statue at Buddha Viewpoint, you will see every famous attraction of Bhutan during this journey. Capture the Dzong architecture during the excursion of fortresses like Trashichhoedzong, Simtokha Dzong and Punakha Dzong. Few more sites you will explore here are the National Museum, Dochula Viewpoint, Memorial Chorten, Chimi Lhakhang and Kyichu Lhakhang. 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple - the oldest monastery of Bhutan (Entry fee not included)
  • Visit to the Takin Zoo to see the famous Takin - the national animal of Bhutan
  • Visit to the Textile Museum to learn about the national art of weaving and the cultural significance it embodies
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Rs.53,999

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Tiger's Nest Monastery in Bhutan

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Shrouded in timeless mystery, Bhutan offers historical and cultural sprees, hospitable terrain and natural scenery. It is a perfect place for honeymooners to explore a whole new world with their beloved. This honeymoon package involves sightseeing to places like the Tiger’s Nest Temple, Buddha View Point, Takin Zoo, a night tour of Thimphu, along with complimentary gifts like a rejuvenating spa session and hot stone bath.
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Sightseeing in Thimphu: Simtokha Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Buddha View Point, Textile Museum, Takin Mini Zoo,
  • Trashi Chhoe Dzong Arts & Craft School, National Library, Textile Museum, Zilukha Nunnery and the Handicraft
  • Emporium
  • Sightseeing in Paro including visit to the National Museum, Kyichu Lhakhang and Tiger?s Nest Temple
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple - the oldest monastery of Bhutan
  • Visit to the Buddha View Point - one of the most stunning sites in the city of Thimphu that also has a mega statue of
  • Lord Buddha
  • Visit to the Takin Zoo to see the famous Takin - the national animal of Bhutan
  • A rejuvenating Spa session for the couple that will help in rejuvenation, at a premium property by the scenic river side
  • Night tour of Thimphu to see the marvels of the city illuminated by natural and unnatural light to show a different glimpse of the city.
  • An authentic hot stone bath experience at Paro
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Rs.61,999

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Masked Dancer

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Draped in the charm of Buddha and elegance of nature, Bhutan is a must-visit destination for spirituality seekers. Its lofty mountains and rugged terrain make it a paradise for adventurers as well. But, what captures people’s fantasy is its popularity for being one of the happiest nations in the world. With this Bhutan Holiday, you can explore the cultural, natural and spiritual heritage of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro – the three best destinations in the country. From capturing the jaw-dropping architecture of Tiger’s Nest Temple, seeing goat-antelope at Takin Mini Zoo to gazing at the giant Buddha statue at Buddha Viewpoint, you will see every famous attraction of Bhutan during this journey. Capture the Dzong architecture during the excursion of fortresses like Trashichhoedzong, Simtokha Dzong and Punakha Dzong. Few more sites you will explore here are the National Museum, Dochula Viewpoint, Memorial Chorten, Chimi Lhakhang and Kyichu Lhakhang. 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple - the oldest monastery of Bhutan
  • Visit to the Takin Zoo to see the famous Takin - the national animal of Bhutan
  • Visit to the Textile Museum to learn about the national art of weaving and the cultural significance it embodies
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Rs.40,999

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Punakha Dzong or Pungthang Dewachen Phodrang

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Draped in the charm of Buddha and elegance of nature, Bhutan is a must-visit destination for spirituality seekers. Its lofty mountains and rugged terrain make it a paradise for adventurers as well. But, what captures people’s fantasy is its popularity for being one of the happiest nations in the world. With this Bhutan Holiday, you can explore the cultural, natural and spiritual heritage of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro – the three best destinations in the country. From capturing the jaw-dropping architecture of Tiger’s Nest Temple, seeing goat-antelope at Takin Mini Zoo to gazing at the giant Buddha statue at Buddha Viewpoint, you will see every famous attraction of Bhutan during this journey. Capture the Dzong architecture during the excursion of fortresses like Trashichhoedzong, Simtokha Dzong and Punakha Dzong. Few more sites you will explore here are the National Museum, Dochula Viewpoint, Memorial Chorten, Chimi Lhakhang and Kyichu Lhakhang. 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple (entry fee not included)
  • Relish a complimentary lunch with a beverage in Paro
  • Enjoy Beer Tasting and Vegetarian Snacks in Paro (limited) on a Brewery Tour
  • Catch a glimpse of local culture on a Farm visit with Archery Experience
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Ceremony at the Punakha Dzong, Punakha, Bhutan

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Draped in the charm of Buddha and elegance of nature, Bhutan is a must-visit destination for spirituality seekers. Its lofty mountains and rugged terrain make it a paradise for adventurers as well. But, what captures people’s fantasy is its popularity for being one of the happiest nations in the world. With this Bhutan Holiday, you can explore the cultural, natural and spiritual heritage of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro – the three best destinations in the country. From capturing the jaw-dropping architecture of Tiger’s Nest Temple, seeing goat-antelope at Takin Mini Zoo to gazing at the giant Buddha statue at Buddha Viewpoint, you will see every famous attraction of Bhutan during this journey. Capture the Dzong architecture during the excursion of fortresses like Trashichhoedzong, Simtokha Dzong and Punakha Dzong. Few more sites you will explore here are the National Museum, Dochula Viewpoint, Memorial Chorten, Chimi Lhakhang and Kyichu Lhakhang. 
KEY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit to the Tiger?s Nest Temple (entry fee not included)
  • Relish a complimentary lunch with a beverage in Paro
  • Enjoy Beer Tasting and Vegetarian Snacks in Paro (limited) on a Brewery Tour
  • Catch a glimpse of local culture on a Farm visit with Archery Experience
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Crossing at Thimpu

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Beat the heat with this summer special Bhutan Holiday, which will take you to the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. During the sojourn, you will travel through Thimphu, Punakha and Paro to explore their prominent landmarks. To ensure that you know the significance of all the attractions, a professional guide has been appointed for you. Among the oldest monasteries of Bhutan, Tiger’s Nest Temple, will fascinate you with its cliff-side location, while the Textile Museum gives an idea of the national art of weaving. The 51.5 meter high statue of Shakyamuni can be seen at Buddha Viewpoint. The itinerary also includes a visit to Takin Mini Zoo, which is home to the national animal of Bhutan. The list doesn’t end here as you will also explore Chimi Lhakhang, Trashichhoedzong, Kyichu Lhakhang, Simtokha Dzong, Punakha Dzong and National Museum. 

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Bhutan - Frequently Asked Questions

 
  1. 1. How to get visa for Bhutan? / What are the Visa formalities for traveling to Bhutan?
  2.  - Indians do not require a visa to travel to Bhutan, but need to show their valid identity proofs. For adults, a valid passport (with 6 months validity from the date of return) or a valid voter ID card (for adults) and birth certificate & school ID card, both, for children are mandatory as photo ID proofs. Do note that only original documents are accepted in Bhutan. Also, if the child's birth certificate or school ID are in any other local language, you are required to get them translated in English from an authorized, Government approved translator only. Upon arrival in Bhutan, Indian visitors are issued a 14-day permit, free of cost, at the Airport itself. The permit can be extended further, if required, in Thimphu.
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  4. 2. What if I am travelling with a child who doesn’t have a passport or voter ID card?
  5.  - If travelling with children below the age of 18 years, a birth certificate (written in English) and a valid school ID card with the child's picture are required as mandatory photo ID proofs. Do note that it is mandatory to carry both the documents and only original documents are accepted in Bhutan. Also, if the child's birth certificate or school ID are in any other local language, you are required to get them translated in English from an authorized, Government approved translator only.
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  7. 3. What is the currency used in Bhutan? Can we use Indian currency in Bhutan?
  8.  - Currency of Bhutan is Ngultrum (Nu): 1 NU = 1 INR. Indian Rupees (INR) are widely accepted in Bhutan. INR notes of all denominations are accepted, but coins are not. Generally there is a maximum cash limit of INR 20,000 per person; it is recommended and safe that the cash is divided between family/group members while travelling.
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  10. 4. Can I experience altitude sickness in Bhutan? Is it a safe place for the elderly or young kids?
  11.  - Travelers to Bhutan needn't worry about altitude sickness as most of the valleys are under 2500 meters. Besides, all major tourist spots lie below 3000 meters, making it safe for the elderly or kids to travel to Bhutan.
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  13. 5. Can I carry cigarettes to Bhutan?
  14.  - Bhutan is a non-smoking country, however, you can carry maximum upto 200 cigarettes and pay duty at the Airport on arrival. For Indian brands, it is 100% duty and for foreign brands, you will be required to pay 200% duty. Do ensure you declare any tobacco products that you may be carrying, at the customs upon arrival at the Airport.
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  16. 6. How can I access cellular and internet services in Bhutan? / Are mobile and internet services easily available in Bhutan?
  17.  - Most Indian mobile networks do not work in Bhutan, even on international roaming. However, it is recommended to buy a B-Mobile or Tashi SIM card from any telecom shop in Thimphu. Costing INR 100, these can be procured against a copy of your Passport or Voter ID. Some travel agencies, as MakeMyTrip, offer 1 complimentary SIM card per family, upon booking a Bhutan package.
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  19. 7. What is the time difference between Indian and Bhutan?
  20.  - Bhutan is 30 minutes ahead of Indian Standard Time (IST).
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  22. 8. Are vegetarian food options easily available in Bhutan? Or Will Bhutanese food include any non-meat options?
  23.  - Bhutanese cuisine offers a lot a variety for vegetarians. Bhutan’s national dish - 'Ema Datsi' is a vegetarian dish prepared with green chilies and cheese, which are widely used in Bhutan. Indian cuisine is available in almost every hotel, but the taste may vary due to the usage of local spices and herbs. Some travel agencies as MakeMyTrip offer Jain food in their packages as well, but it needs to be booked before you travel.
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  25. 9. Do I need a passport to travel to Bhutan?
  26.  - Indian citizens can travel to Bhutan with a valid Passport (valid for six months from the date of return) or Voter ID card (for adults). For children, birth certificate and school ID card both are mandatory. Do note that only original documents are accepted in Bhutan. Other government ID proofs like aadhaar card, driving license, etc. are not accepted as valid identity documents for travel to Bhutan.
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  28. 10. I have an OCI/PIO card, can I travel to Bhutan with these documents?
  29.  - OCI holders are considered as foreign nationals. OCI or PIO cards are not considered as valid documents for travel to Bhutan. Non-Indian travelers can travel to Bhutan with their passport, but should visit the official website of the Government of Bhutan for complete details on requirements.
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  31. 11. Do I need to pay any royalty fee if I travel to Bhutan?
  32.  - Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian Nationals are not required to pay any royalty fee to travel to Bhutan. Any other foreign national needs to pay a royalty fee while travelling; details can be sought on the official website of the Government of Bhutan.
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  34. 12. I have a US Passport/PIO/OCI Cards, can I book my package online from the (No Suggestions) website?
  35.  - Rates mentioned on the (No Suggestions) website for Bhutan packages are valid for Indian Nationals only. Travelers from other nationality need to book the package offline, by calling on the MakeMyTrip helpline numbers or visiting any of the MakeMyTrip offices. 
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  37. 13. Which airlines operate to and from Bhutan?
  38.  - Druk and Tashi (Bhutan Airlines) Airlines are the only airlines that operate to and from Bhutan. Also, they operate from limited Indian cities.
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  40. 14. From which Indian cities can I get a direct flight to Bhutan?
  41.  - Delhi and Kolkata are the two Indian cities which are directly connected to Paro International Airport in Bhutan throughout the year. Other cities connected to Paro via air are: Mumbai, Bagdogra, Gaya & Guwahati, but they do not operate round the year and the frequency is very less. During summer the season, travel agencies offer extensive packages for Bhutan. MakeMyTrip in fact offers direct connectivity to Paro from Mumbai, Bangalore and Ahmedabad through their specialized packages with charter planes.
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  43. 15. How can one travel to Bhutan by land?
  44.  - Apart from air connectivity, the other entry points to Bhutan are through the land border with India at Phuentsholing, Gelephu and Samdrup Jongkhar. Phuentsholling is located approx. 170 km from Bagdogra and it is a 5 hours drive from Thimphu. These are the most accessible entry points if you decide to visit to Bhutan by road.
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  46. 16. Can I use my Debit or Credit cards (issued in India) in Bhutan?
  47.  - It is recommended you check with the respective bank as most Debit & Credit Cards issued in India are not valid for foreign exchange in Bhutan. Carrying cash is always recommended for transacting in Bhutan as there are very few ATMs and also very few outlets accept card payments.
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  49. 17. How is the traffic situation in Bhutan especially during high-travel season time?
  50.  - Owing to extremely stringent driving rules and regulations, there is very less traffic on the roads in Bhutan. In fact, you will be amazed to see the traffic moving seamlessly even without any traffic lights or signals.
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  52. 18. Can I explore Bhutan on my own?
  53.  - Indian Nationals can explore Bhutan well by themselves, but it is recommended to hire a guide. It is however mandatory for Foreign Nationals to hire a guide while traveling in Bhutan.
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  55. 19. Which are the major cities to visit in Bhutan?
  56.  - The most-visited cities in Bhutan are Thimphu, Punakha and Paro.