Bhutan Tour and Holiday Packages

Get the customizable Bhutan tour package at an exciting price. Explore the best places in Bhutan such as Bumthang Gangtey, Haa Valley, Mongar, Paro with our Bhutan holiday packages. The travel packages to Bhutan are inclusive of sightseeing, meals, accommodation & airfare. You can customize the inclusions as per your needs. To save your time involved in finding the right package for your trip to Bhutan, we have curated our packages by theme: Bhutan Affordable Packages, Bhutan Honeymoon Packages, Bhutan Summer Packages, Bhutan Family Packages, Bhutan Bestseller Packages, Bhutan Sightseeing Packages, Bhutan Fly And Stay Packages, Bhutan Adventure Packages, Bhutan Winter Packages, Bhutan Hill Station Packages, Bhutan Shopping Packages, Bhutan Romantic Packages. Bhutan is a beautiful landlocked country with scenic hill views. Its capital city is Thimphu. Bhutan has so many Buddhist Monastery and that is what makes it the Buddhist Kingdom in the Himalayas. Bhutan is kind of expensive because its government authority spends more than $200 daily throughout the year to maintain its culture. Mountain Trekking and Hiking are the two main tourist activities here. Go through the travel stories, articles & FAQs to know more about Bhutan.

Bhutan Travel Packages

Bhutan Attractions

Paro Taktsang


Tiger Nest Monastery or Taktsang is one of the most venerated places near Paro in Bhutan.  It i...
Zangto Pelri Lhakhang

Zangto Pelri is a Buddhist Monastery at the center of Phuentsholing, and Dasho Aku Tongmi built it i...
Clock Tower Square

Clock Tower Square is located in the heart of Thimphu town as an architectural marvel and a pleasure...
Royal Takin Preserve


Royal Takin Preserve, the crown jewel of Thimphu, is located in the Motithang district of Thimphu. I...
Bhutan Gate


India and Bhutan share a soft border. Bhutan is a protectorate state of India. Bhutan Gate is very s...
Folk Heritage Museum Kawajangsa


Folk Heritage Museum in Kawajangsa is within walking distance of the National Library of Bhutan and...
Punakha Suspension Bridge


Punakha has been the former capital of Bhutan in the heart of Punakha-Wangdue Valley. This quaint to...
Buddha Dordenma Statue


Buddha Dordenma is a gigantic Buddha statue in the East Himalayan mountains of Bhutan. This Buddha s...

Bhutan Travel Stories

Best Tips to explore the Temples of Jaisalmer!
The temples in Jaisalmer are famous for for their beautiful architecture and intricate carvings. However, Temple trail i...
Heritage Walk of Amritsar - the best way to explore the city from within
The Heritage Walk is a guided tour deep inside the narrow lanes and bye-lanes of the 400-year old city of Amritsar. One...
The Varanasi Paradox!
As I heard the old man who was rowing the boat, I couldn't help but think, “What a paradox!” And later I aga...
Backpacker Beaches in Goa – Your Complete Guide To Goa’s Off-Centre Beaches
In this post, I have prepared a complete guide to the backpacker beaches in Goa. Having explored Goa so many times and i...
A Complete Travel Guide To Bumthang Bhutan
Bumthang, located in the eastern regions of Bhutan felt like a world away when I first arrived there on an evening, pass...
Exploring the Capital – Places To Visit In Thimphu, Bhutan
Thimphu was the most surprising city in my entire trip to Bhutan. Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan is unlike the other cap...


Pack heavy cotton and lightweight woolens, T-shirts or long-sleeved shirts (not sleeveless) in summer.
If you come in the winter, pack thermals, warm and waterproof clothing in layers such as woolen sweaters and down jackets, and thermal underwear. You can enjoy winter only when you are used to freezing weather and snow at high altitudes.
The climate in Bhutan varies because the altitude is different for different places. There is a variation between 15°C and 30°C in summer and spring temperatures. You will experience extremely cold weather and snow at high altitudes with an average temperature from -11°C to 0°C. Southern Bhutan- Hot and humid almost throughout the year with the temperature between 15 and 30°C Central Bhutan- Warm summers, cold and dry winter Far Northern Bhutan- Very cold with snow-capped mountains.
At dzong (an ancient fortress with temples and courtyards), you cannot put on jeans, wrap your jacket, or have your coat unzipped. You cannot wear hats, shorts, short skirts, flip-flops or t-shirts inside. Please cover your arms and legs with long-sleeved clothing.
Hire a taxi from Paro airport to the capital Thimphu, which is around six kilometers. After receiving your tourist permit at Paro, the taxi will drop you to your hotel at Thimphu. Flights are sometimes delayed due to visibility and weather (most of the time in the summer). To avoid inconvenience on your part, please set aside 24 hours before any onward connecting flight.
Bhutan is a safe destination to travel. However, conventional wisdom remains correct about precautions for personal safety and security. It is even safe for solo male or female travelers.
Stay alert while trekking because the ground gets slippery with leeches everywhere during the monsoon. Avoid leaving valuables in the vehicle at the parking. Always wear a seatbelt and avoid driving at night because accidents are frequent in Bhutan due to mountainous roads and blind curves. Flight delays are common due to weather and visibility. Have necessities in your baggage to face delays or unexpected stop-overs. Dogs are the fond animals in Bhutan. Please avoid teasing or feeding them.