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If you are planning a Bhutan trip, MakeMyTrip is the right place to come to. Whatever your travel preference, you will find suitable Bhutan holiday packages here. Whether you are looking for Bhutan packages for a family or a couple, whether you need escorted Bhutan tour packages for your parents or an offbeat Bhutan vacation for yourself, MakeMyTrip can help you sort out your Bhutan trip plan.
MakeMyTrip currently offers over 23 tour packages to Bhutan, with prices starting as low as Rs.13303.0. Explore a variety of itineraries and choose from Bhutan travel packages with or without flights. With our unbeatable deals and discounts, your money goes further! Don’t forget to add tours and activities to your selected Bhutan tour packages.

We curate our Bhutan packages by theme as well, to help you find your kind of holiday. Whether you are planning your honeymoon and looking for romantic Bhutan packages for couples or simply want an adventurous Bhutan trip with friends, you will find the right choice at MakeMyTrip. Be it a short trip or long, a relaxing stay or an active holiday, whatever your travel style, MakeMyTrip has the right Bhutan vacation packages for you to choose from. Looking for a luxury holiday? Check out our luxury Bhutan packages offering the best of hotels and inclusions designed to pamper you on your Bhutan vacation.
To help you prepare for your Bhutan travel, we have put together some tips such as the best time to visit Bhutan, things to do in Bhutan and so on, Also browse Popular Bhutan Theme Packages like Bhutan honeymoon packages, Bhutan adventure packages, Bhutan tourism.

Bhutan Tour Packages

Bhutan Packages Day/Night Price
Bhutan, Land of Thunder Dragon - Summer Special 6 Days/5 Nights

Rs 42320

Bhutan via Bagdogra - 7N (with Flights) 8 Days/7 Nights

Rs 52284

Bhutan (Thimphu 3N Paro 3N) - Stay, transfers & Sightseeing 7 Days/6 Nights

Rs 26205

What do you envision when you think of Bhutan? Surely you imagine monks clad in yellow-maroon robes, with beads in their hands, meditating in peace inside a Dzong (Buddhist monastery or fortress), just like seen in movies.  But that picture is far from complete! There is more to Bhutan than what meets the eye. A whole new world of enthralling beauty awaits you in nature’s full glory in Bhutan.
To begin with, Bhutan is the last great Buddhist kingdom in the Eastern part of the Himalayas. Set in the Southern part of Asia, it is neatly lodged between Tibet in the North and West, while India surrounds it from the East and South. This peaceful country has a landscape that ranges from lush sub-tropics to high Himalayan sub-Alpine regions with peaks as high as 7000m. So, expect a lot of greenery, fresh air and blue skies or clouds, rain and rainbows: the perfect concoction of a wonderful daydream!
The second least populous country of South Asia has its capital at Thimpu and the financial centre is located at Phuentsholing. Thimpu is also the largest city and a popular tourist spot to be included in your Bhutan tour itinerary. Speaking of which, if you are ever planning a trip to Bhutan to experience that heavenly feeling amongst the clouds, now is the perfect time to crank up you Bhutan tour plan. The best Bhutan tour packages are available right here on MakeMyTrip. Read further to nab the best tips on how to enjoy your Bhutan tour plan.

 

Best time to visit


If you are in for a trekking expedition, clear skies and optimum weather welcomes you in April, May, September and October. Light rainfall in the morning hours are typical from July to August. With the rains come a few summer delights – the mushroom picking, Matsutake Mushroom Festival and a chance to witness the ‘double rainbows’ in the valleys. In the winter starting from October, wild-life lovers can catch glimpses of the endangered black-necked crane in the Phobjika valley, their winter home. But if you are in for a spiritual journey through the mystic lands of Bhutan, you can plan your Bhutan tour itinerary anytime of the year.
 

How to reach


If you are a citizen from India, Bangladesh or the Maldives, then living your Bhutan dream is even easier than you thought. You gain a free entry to Bhutan once you produce your passport, with a minimum 6-months validity. What’s more, Indian nationals can even use their Voter Identity Card to gain entry into Bhutan. If you’re a tourist from a country other than these, you can follow a pre-planned, pre-paid and guided/customised process of Bhutan tour plan. 

For Indians Bhutan is even accessible by road from various points like Jaigon-Pheutsholing, Gelephu and Samdrup Jongkhar. As for the rest, you can book your flights easily from departure points such as Bangkok (Thailand), Kathmandu (Nepal), New Delhi and Kolkata (India), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Yangoon (Myanmar) and Singapore.

 

Places to see


Bhutan is an entirely unexplored world of nature’s beauty. The country is full of tourists’ spots. With the right Bhutan tour package, you can hit up all your favourite destinations on your Bhutan tour itinerary. A pocket-friendly guide to your potential destinations in Bhutan includes:
 
  • Paro Taktsang (Tigers Nest) - Located on the upper hillside cliff of the Paro valley, Paro Taksang is an enchanting monastery on the edge of a cliff with clouds hovering down below. The trek to the temple is a wonderful experience, with the weather starting off as warm and getting cooler as you go up, making the trekking easier to complete. At the top, the view of the monastery as well as the surroundings is a heavenly sight.
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  • Tashichho Dzong - Also known as the ‘fortress of auspicious doctrine’ and located on the Northern edge of the city of Thimphu, this monastery is the summer capital as well as the office of the civil government of Bhutan. The main attractions of this place are the white-washed main structure surrounded on all four corners by triple-tiered golden towers. The sight is delightful, especially when the golden roofs glimmer in the sun or are illuminated by floodlights at night, or when winter sets in and the white-washed structure resonates with the white of the snow.  
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  • Phuentsholing - If you’re interested in a more urban town, Phuentsholing is the place to visit in your Bhutan tour plan. Located on the Southern border adjoining India, this is the financial, trading and industrial capital of Bhutan. Upon entry from the Indian and Bhutanese Army manned Bhutan Gate, the view that unfolds is that of a blooming town amidst hills and wide-stretched valleys. While passing through, don’t miss the surviving structures that were built in the 1950’s such as the Bhutan Enterprise, Jatan Prasad Lal Chand Prasad shop and a beauty parlour near Zantdopelri Ihakhang. And if you are a crocodile fanatic, do visit the crocodile zoo where you can see crocodiles of all sizes – small, big and large!
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  • Punakha - Punakha is home to a bunch of tourist destinations. Popular amongst them is the Punakha dzong, the place rightfully called the palace of great happiness or bliss. Also the palace is a venue for annual Punakha festivals. While rafting on the Mo Chu river, the panoramic view of the palace is a symbol of sheer bliss of the 17th century architecture overlooking the river.
 
Not just these places, feel free to explore Bhutan to your heart’s content as there are numerous other lesser-known places waiting to be explored as well, all during your Bhutan tour.

What to eat


Apart from the authentic Bhutanese food menu, which includes some cross-over with Tibetan cuisine, you will find a range of delicacies to choose from - an eclectic mix of Nepali, Tibetan and Indian meals are accepted and eaten all over Bhutan. But if you want to indulge in authentic Bhutanese meals on your Bhutan tour, try some of the following meals:
 
  • The ‘datshi’ family of food - ‘Datshi’ refers to the traditional Bhutanese cheese. The most famous Bhutanese food is the ‘Ema Datshi’, literally translating to ‘chilli cheese’. It is a mix of green/dry red chillies sliced length-wise and prepared in cheese and/or with lots of butter. Not only is this regarded as the national dish of Bhutan, you will also find this served along-side other dishes in every meal! So, expect a lot of variations with this one, each of them unique and varying with the cook’s preference. You just can’t get around Bhutan without eating a lot of cheese and butter. You just simply can’t!
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  • Shakam shukam datshi - This rare combination of shakam (beef), shukam (Bhutanese dried white chillies) and datshi (cheese) is completely different from other variations of datshi! The dried white chillies are a special attraction as they provide a unique sour flavour experience to the whole cuisine. Also, it is available only in a few restaurants in Bhutan. So, as soon as you see this item on the menu on your visit to Thimphu, do order it!
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  • The three great paa’s: shakam, phaksha and sikam paa - Shakam paa is a dish prepared with dried beef, chilies and a dash of sliced radish. Phaksha paa is yet another one widely loved Bhutanese food item. For a change, it includes stir fried pork instead of the usual beef ingredient. If you are looking for some passionate food, then you can try the sikam paa. ‘Sikam’ is dried pork belly fat, which is then fried up with dried chillies. 
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  • Momo and hoentay - Bhutan is the perfect pit-stop for momo lovers! From freshly steamed to deep fried momo, you can have it all. What’s more, with ‘ezay’ - the Bhutanese chilli sauce - the combination becomes delightful! Hoentay is just another variation of momo, which has buckwheat dough wrapping. They are stuffed with local spinach, turnip leaves or cheese and served with ‘ezay’, which makes them both filling and hearty to eat. You can have this in platters during your stay in Paro.  
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  • Bhutanese drink - If you hear anyone shouting ‘suja’, ‘po cha’ or ‘gor gor’, don’t get baffled as they are referring to Bhutanese butter tea. Not only is it served along-side every meal, you would also enjoy a warm cup to keep warm in the cool weather, won’t you? But if you don’t like the buttery taste in the tea, then you can try other drinks. The local Bhutanese beer or wine is for the adventurous hearts; black and green tea for those who prefer simplicity.
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This is just the tip of the ice-berg. There is a whole world of happy-menus out there waiting to be discovered and savoured. So, plan your Bhutan tour wisely with an informed Bhutan tour itinerary and get going. 

Things to do in Bhutan that will raise your happiness quotient 

You surely want your Bhutan tour plan to be memorable. You want to brag about it to your friends and colleagues long after the trip is over. One trick would be to seek out the lesser-known spots and activities. Here are 10 things that should go into your to-do or must-see list while booking your Bhutan tour packages. 
 
  • Get mesmerised by Mount Everest - One of the first things to do while planning your Bhutan Tour itinerary, is to be on the left side of the plane on the flight to Paro international airport. Thus you will witness the ‘Big B’ of mountains - Mt. Everest - standing tall along with another treat to the eyes, the Mount Kanchenjunga.
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  • Awaken the spiritual in you - Take a dip in one of the ‘mineral spring baths’ or ‘Tshachu’ for spiritual and mental cleansing. You can also take part in a session of meditation in one of the many monasteries (dzongs), or even in your hotel itself.  
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  • Dig into mouth-watering delicacies - If you are a foodie, then you cannot let your Bhutan trip come to an end without saturating your taste buds with exotic Bhutanese cuisines. From ‘shakam’ to ‘datshis’ to ‘ezays’, you must have it all.
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  • Get your adrenaline rushing with river rafting - There is something about a water body that is just so peaceful, yet it pumps-up your heartbeat the minute you get into it. You can choose from a gentle wave to powerful flows while rafting and kayaking in Paro Chhu, Upper Pho Chhu, Mo Chhu- Tashitang Devil’s Gorge section and Mangde Chhu.
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  • Trek along great heights - Get adventurous and go trekking with your gear. Popular longer treks include the Druk Path Trek, Jomolhari Laya Gasa Trek and Snowman Trek. Else, trek to the monastery on the cliff side of the Paro valley. 
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  • Climb up a ‘nose’ (shaped rock) - If trekking does not satiate your inner adventure-self, go mountain climbing on the ‘nose’, a climbing rock near Thimphu. 
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  • Make romantic memories - Travellers on a romantic honeymoon can trek together to Dochu La to witness the snow-clad, 108 beautiful chortens (shrine). Early morning, post-snowfall is the best time to see the snow-covered Gangker Phunsum, the world’s highest unclimbed mountain. So, it’s just you, your partner, the chortens in the backdrop, mountains and clouds in the scenery. A perfect romantic setting isn’t it?
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  • Enjoy wide open spaces - Birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts will especially love these. The bow-shaped glacial Phobjikha valley is the winter home to the infamous black-necked cranes. Also sighted here are the Sambar deer, barking deer, Himalayan black bear, red foxes and leopards. Wildlife-lovers are in for a treat.
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  • Just let go and soak it all in - Spend atleast a few days of your Bhutan tour marvelling at the monastery near the Mo Chu river or go shop for souvenirs at the Lama Tshering Dorji General Shop in Paro.

Bhutan is an extraordinary place, where the traditional Buddhist culture embraces modern, global developments. Visit today to embark on your pursuit of bliss and happiness!

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Thimpu(2N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(2N)

Beat the heat with this special Bhutan holiday. During the sojourn, travel through Thimphu, Punakha and Paro. While the time spent at Memorial Chorten will offer you a peek into the local life, the panoramic vistas from Dochula Viewpoint and Tiger’s Nest Temple will leave you spellbound. Experience the culture of Bhutan during a farmhouse tour and a local brewery visit. This holiday will give you an insight to a culture and heritage that is hard to find anywhere else.

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Thimpu(3N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(2N)

Unwind in the lap of nature and discover a country untouched by modernity on this 6 nights holiday in Bhutan. Explore the highlights of the country like Kuensel Phodrang and Memorial Chorten in Thimphu, Chimi Lhakhang in Punakha and the National Museum in Paro. Enjoy the native culture during a tour to a local beer factory and a local farm house. Take-up this holiday to know why people of Bhutan are considered as the happiest in the world.

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Thimpu(3N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(3N)

Experience fascinating culture, see breathtakingly beautiful mountains and relish delicious local food during this 8 days holiday in Bhutan. The epic journey will take you through the best of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro - each diverse in its own way. Adding more to your holiday will be a local brewery tour and visit to a farmhouse inclusive of some exciting local activities. From visiting famous attractions to participating in native activities, the journey offers it all.

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Thimpu(2N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(2N)

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.

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Thimpu(3N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(2N)

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.

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Thimpu(3N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(3N)

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.

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Phuentsholing(1N) | Thimpu(2N) | Punakha(1N) | Paro(2N) | Phuentsholing(1N)
Visit to Tiger's Nest Monastery

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Visit to Tiger's Nest Monastery, excursion to Punakha

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Thimpu(3N) | Paro(2N)
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 Empori

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