Bhutan Tour Packages


About Bhutan

Bhutan- the land of thunderbolt and still one of the most stunning destinations in the world; it is not an ordinary place. Bhutan holds many surprises and offers a kaleidoscope of scenery and experiences. There is a long list of forts, monasteries, trekking spots, and shopping areas that are surely worth a visit. If you are looking for a reprieve from the fast-paced city life and appreciate a minute or two in the lap of Himalayas, Bhutan is the perfect spot for you! The charm of this secluded Himalayan Kingdom is knitted strong within its cultural realms. The government is gradually taking all necessary measures to protect its culture, history and rich practices. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of tour packages from family tours to escorted Bhutan tour packages to group tours to Bhutan. Bhutan packages cover a wide range of shopping options, nightlife and more fun activities.

Flamingo Transworld serves you with a wide range of hotels, resorts, villas, restaurants, and some world-class activities. In the Buddhist perspective, culture, tradition, belief and environment are the dynamic phenomenons that are interwoven tightly in the web of life. As a Buddhist Philosopher says, “Culture lies not in objects or monuments but in the mind and compassion towards all sentient beings”. Bhutan’s unique cultural and traditional values, highly valued by the entire population are the essential embodiments of the nation’s identity. You can choose some basic home-stay with Flamingo Transworld as accommodation as we have the right Bhutan holiday packages for you. You can also check our Bhutan hotels on Flamingo’s Hotel Portal that offers a wide range of options for you to select from.

Popular Bhutan Tour Packages

Bhutan Tour Packages



Best Of Bhutan

5 Nights / 6 Days

₹ 21,200 Onwards

Land Of Thunder Dragon - Bhutan

6 Nights / 7 Days

₹ 25,700 Onwards

The Dragon Kingdom - Bhutan

7 Nights / 8 Days

₹ 30,400 Onwards

How to Reach Bhutan

Looking to travel to Bhutan? Learn how to reach Bhutan with our detailed guide. Discover the best transportation options, including flights, road trips, and train journeys, to reach this captivating destination. 

By Air

Paro is the only international airport in Bhutan and has connecting flights from Delhi, Bagdogra, Guwahati, and Mumbai. You can take direct flights from Kolkata to Paro.  The number of flights from Delhi and Mumbai are less in contrast to Kolkata and Bagdogra. Druk Air is the national airline of Bhutan and flights can be booked only through the official websites of this airline.

By Road

Indians who wish to travel to Bhutan by road need an ‘entry permit from the Immigration Office of the Royal Government of Bhutan in Phuentsholing, which is located on the Indo - Bhutan border opposite Jaigaon, West Bengal. But this ‘entry permit’ allows an Indian tourist to visit only two destinations i.e. Paro and Thimphu. But if you wish to go beyond Thimphu and Paro then you need to get a ‘special area permit’ from the Royal Government of Bhutan Immigration Office in Thimphu.

You can visit with nearby transports or else can procure a vehicle or jeep to visit Bhutan. It usually takes 4 hours to reach Phuentsholing from Bagdogra Airport and around 6 hours to reach Thimphu from Phuentsholing. Private taxis and buses are also available from Bagdogra, New Jalpaiguri and Siliguri which connects National Highway NH31 at Sevoke road and will take you to Thimphu.

Places to visit in Bhutan

Here are some of the best places to visit in Bhutan that must be there in your itinerary while visiting the Land of the Thunder Dragon.

Black-necked cranes centre

The rare black-necked cranes are highly honored in the Himalayan region. These majestic birds migrate from Tibet to Bhutan in the late autumn season of the year. Traditional stories tell the late of a pair of cranes that choose to stay behind each year offering themselves to the valley in thankfulness for the fare and well-being of their kin. So, get ready to gaze in awe at the Phobjikha valley’s rare visitor. It is known as one of the jewels of Bhutanese tourism.

Chelela Pass

Chelela Pass’s altitude is 3,998 meters, making it the highest motorable road of Bhutan. The surrounding area of this pass has several ancient tracks and numerous unspoiled forest regions that make this place the ideal spot for all the hikers. The slopes of the mountains in the landscape are filled with the white poppy which is not found anywhere else in the world. One can also witness the vast lakes of the region which houses several rainbow trouts.

Chimi Lhakhang (Chime Monastery or Temple)

This temple is the most well-known temple of Bhutan which stands tall on the round hillock in a village called Punakha. Its history dates back to the times of Drukpa Kunley, who was one of the monks who brought Buddhism into Bhutan from Tibet. The monastery is beautifully built with ancient Thai themed architecture with paintings and carvings of phalluses on all walls.  It is known as the Magical thunderbolt of wisdom. Don’t miss out visiting this majestic temple on your trip to Bhutan.

Punakha Suspension Bridge

Punakha, the former capital of the country, Bhutan is a quaint town in the heart of Punakha Valley. Amidst all the elegance of this little town, it is home to the marvelous Punakha Suspension Bridge. It is the second-largest suspension bridge in Bhutan and connects the old administrative center of Punakha Dzong to the rest of the valley. It has a length of 160 meters and yes, walking across this bridge is a thrilling experience. Be a part of all the fun and witness the scenic beauty of Bhutan.

Dochula pass Thimphu

Dochula pass is situated on the way to Punakha from Thimphu. The pass is a popular area among visitors as it offers a dazzling 360 degree all-encompassing perspective of the Himalayan Mountain. The view is particularly picturesque on clear winter days with snow-capped mountains framing a grand scenery to the silence of the 108 chorten gracing the mountain pass.

Bhutanese families appreciate visiting this during occasions and ends of the week to cookout and essentially appreciate the landscape. Usually to see families and gatherings of companions situated among the chorten, getting a charge out of a pressed lunch and hot tea. For voyagers, this is a perfect area to catch wonderful photos of the Himalayan Mountain run amid clear, warm days.

Things to do in Bhutan

From trekking to sublime mountains, exploring the colorful villages, meditating inside the peaceful monasteries and learning the history of dzongs- there are plenty of things to do in Bhutan.

Explore Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory

Jungshi means natural and it is a joy to watch Bhutanese paper being made from scratch, without using chemicals or harming the environment. Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory is one such place, one kilometer away from Thimphu, where paper is made using the Daphne bush’s bark. Historically, this paper was made to be provided in Bhutan’s monasteries – today a handful of such factories preserve the age-old tradition. Watch the entire process that involves pulling the bark from a tree, soaking and boiling it, then sorting, crushing and pulping it, and finally layering, pressing and drying the paper. Don’t forget to buy paper, cards, notebooks and calendars before you leave!

Shop from Handicrafts Market

Thimphu's Handicrafts market is dedicated to traditional Bhutanese arts and crafts. You can find anything ranging from woven items, wooden beads, ornaments and printing blocks, to miniature statues of Lord Buddha, local fabrics and even yak tails. You may try bargaining here or check with your guide to ensure the quality of the items that you are buying. This Handicrafts market is an ideal place to get a peek into the vibrant and colorful arts and crafts of Bhutan. The shops itself are Eco-friendly, made using bamboo and decorated beautifully.

Visit the Nado Poizokhang Incense Factory

The characteristic fragrance of incense sticks is easily associated with Thimphu, Bhutan at large. While you are in the Bhutanese capital, you must plan a visit to the famous incense maker Nado Poizokhang Incense Factory. Pleasant smells of vanilla and roses among other fragrances welcome you in the factory that makes these sticks in bulk. You can take a look at the entire process of making incense sticks and also buy some from their souvenir shops too.

Discover Orchids of Bhutan

Bhutan boasts of a wide range of flora and fauna and has one of the richest stocks of orchids in the whole world. With over 350 species, some of which are unique to the country, this diversity of orchids is a prized possession that must be explored. While many species are traded in the international market, some are rare and conserved by several organizations in the mountain kingdom. One can enroll for an orchid tour in Thimphu to explore this floral treasure.

Best time to visit Bhutan

Bhutan is one of the blessed countries to have seasonal variations. You can find a distinct month of summer, winter, spring and fall which set a magical climate in Bhutan and makes it a perfect year-round destination. With its location in the Himalayas and variation in altitudes that this brings, Bhutan experiences a widely varied climate. Bhutan’s climate is also influenced by the Indian monsoon that brings rain at certain parts of the year.

Summer Season

This is the best time to visit Bhutan if you want to catch a clear look of the Himalayan Mountains and be surprised by the lush green paddy fields and landscapes. The weather is often clear, humidity filling the air.

Winter Season

The winter season in Bhutan starts in December and stays till February. The temperature in Bhutan can fluctuate starting with one district then onto the next yet stays in the scope of roughly 10 degrees to less than 5 degrees Celsius. In spite of the fact that winter, the vast majority of Bhutan remains relatively dry in many districts. Towards the northern areas, where mountain tops exist, the temperatures can get below zero. In the later long stretches of January and early February, you can witness snowfall in cities like Thimphu and Paro.

Spring Season

Spring in Bhutan usually starts in March and extends till May. The temperature in spring varies across regions but usually remains 3 degrees and 25 degrees Celsius approximately. Spring is the best season to visit Bhutan, where the climate is dry and less sticky with ideal conditions to explore Bhutan by walking and enjoy some trekking activities.
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