How Many Days Are Ideal For A Perfect Bhutan Holiday

How Many Days Are Ideal For A Perfect Bhutan Holiday


Bhutan is a land covered with scenic views, unique culture, spiritualism, adventure and many more. You cannot estimate the number of days you need, to have a perfect Bhutan holiday, because this place has a lot to offer and the more you stay in Bhutan the more you will want to explore it. However, it has been witnessed that short trips to Bhutan need at least 7 to 12 days to cover major destinations and sightseeing.

The land where happiness prevails is rich in cuisines and tradition with a touch of modernity as well. Search for the hotels at Paro Bhutan to start your travel journey. The roaring thunder of dragon is one of the best places to visit and you won’t regret it.


The number of days you would spend on a trip to Bhutan completely depends on your interest. One cannot properly estimate the number of days needed for a Bhutan trip, it has been witnessed that many travellers have visited Bhutan for a short 7-day trip. Search for the best hotels in Paro, Bhutan to have a tailored, comfortable and hassle-free trip. Bhutan is a vibrant country with dynamic tourist attractions that will leave you spellbound. Find a perfect package for your Bhutan journey.


DAY 1- Arrival at Phuentsholing, the gateway to enter Bhutan from NJP/Bagdogra Airport. It is a blend of Indian and Bhutanese culture, their languages, food and dresses. During the evening, you can have a walk around Zangtho Pelri, a small temple representing the heaven of Guru Rinpoche. You can also go out for shopping and diving into the scrumptious, authentic Bhutanese cuisines at the local market.

DAY 2- Traveling from Phuentsholing to Thimphu, the capital of the country. You can also visit the architectural beauty of Kharbandi Gompa monastery on the way. Check-in at the hotel and a take rest for the day.

DAY 3- Explore the capital city of Bhutan for the entire day. Start the Thimpu tour after breakfast and visit these amazing tourist spots:

Kuensel Phodrang also known as the Buddha Point has the largest statue of Buddha.

Thimphu Chorten otherwise known as Memorial Chorten will offer you the essence of spiritualism.

Visit Takin preserve to witness the mystical animal named ‘Takin’, the national animal of Bhutan.

The Museum of Bhutan will offer you a glimpse of day to day Bhutanese lifestyle.

You can also indulge yourself with the national sport of Bhutan, the archery and drink the famous Bhutanese tea called the Suja. After lunch, you can visit places such as The Institute for Zorig Chusum, Zilukha Nunnery, Centenary Farmer’s Market, Sangaygang View Point and Folk Heritage Museum. Get over with your day by visiting Trashi Chhoed Zong

DAY 4- Travel from Thimphu to Punakha and then to Wangdue. Post breakfast, visit Bhutan’s most popular place, Dhochu La. In the evening, visit Punakha Dzong, the city centre, Chimi Lhakhang the temple of fertility and the famous suspension bridge. You can even enjoy whitewater river rafting.

DAY 5- Have an all-day excursion at Punakha and Phobjika Valley. Visit places such as Gangtey Valley where you can witness the endangered black-necked cranes.

DAY 6- Travel from Punakha and Wangdue to Paro through Dochu La pass and visit Simtokha Dzong, the oldest fort, Ta Dzong and Rinpung Dzong.

DAY 7- Trek to Paro Taktsang wildly known as the Tiger’s Nest. Try a hot stone bath to rejuvenate your soul.

DAY 8- Departure through Paro and Phuentsholing towards Bagdogra.

Have an immersive experience in Bhutan with the perfect 7-day package trip and visit the most favoured places that will soothe your soul. Customize your itinerary and have all your requirements fulfilled. Have a diverse range of experiences while having comfortable stays at the best hotels in Paro, Bhutan and other places. Visit Bhutan and create everlasting memories.

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