4 Nights/5 Days Bhutan Tour is an adventurous journey that will take you to the ancient settlements of Bhutan. Bhutan is a small country that resides in the Southeast part of Asia. Despite its small stature, this country harnesses some of the most famous natural and cultural landmarks that the world has ever seen. Bhutan is the only country in the world that is carbon negative, and it is also the only country that measures Gross National Happiness. Travel to Bhutan to find a land lost in time that is trying to keep up with the modern world. We at Destination Unlimited Treks have intricately carved this 4 Nights/5 Days Bhutan Tour itinerary so that you get the optimum experience of Bhutan.
As you arrive in Paro, you’ll be amazed by the level of freshness and greenery around the airport. More than 60% of the country is forested so fresh air is abundant. Collect your staff and head out to Thimphu where you will begin your sightseeing journey. You’ll go to the memorial Chorten, which is draped in white and golden spires. A short visit to the Folk Heritage museum gives you in-depth knowledge about the culture and tradition of the people of Bhutan. The trail takes us to the Dechen Phodrang monastery, and you will observe this architectural marvel that houses at least 500 monks.
The tour traverses to Punakha where the colossal Punakha Dzong awaits you. Click some photos of this iconic place and slowly cross a suspension bridge over the storming Pho Chhu river. Navigate to Paro where you will visit the Tiger’s Nest. This place has ties to Guru Rinpoche and is a sacred place for Buddhists. From here, the road heads to Rinpung Dzong, and you shall end the trip in Paro. If you are in search of a partner who can carefully organize and arrange this trip, then do choose the Destination Unlimited Treks. We guarantee you, with us, you will have one of the most amazing times of your life.
Accommodation and Food
4 Nights/5 Days Bhutan Tour takes place in the major cities of Bhutan so you will be spending your night in some of the finest 3-star and 5-star hotels. These hotels are well equipped with the modern-day wants like the internet, comfortable rooms, and hygienic toilets. You can taste authentic Bhutanese cuisine at the hotel, or you can even choose to eat at many restaurants.
Best time to go on 4 Nights/5 Days Bhutan Tour
In the context of tours, there is no best time as they can be done throughout the year. But if you are one of those people who want the best of everything, then the best time to tour Bhutan is from March to May. The weather is much livelier during this season, and the sky is very clear as well.
Difficulty Level and Altitude Sickness
As this is a tour, much of the traveling will be done via private vehicle. The walking distance is very minimal, so it won’t be much of a bother. Unless you venture into the Himalayas, the tour does not see a drastic rise in elevation, so you won’t have to worry about altitude sickness.
If you get bored by a normal tour, then you can expand your horizons by venturing further into the wilderness by taking the Soi Yaksa Trek. Take the revered Bumdra trek as well if you want to learn about Bhutanese religion.
|No of people||Price P.P|
|1-1 Pax||US$ 990|