4 Days Bhutan Group Tour

Journey to Bhutan from India
Tiger Nest Temple in Paro

4 Days Bhutan Group Tour. A self-imposed isolation and underdeveloped infrastructure have ensured that Bhutan remains the most mysterious country in South Asia, notwithstanding recent moves towards modernization. Never colonized, the country is today fully independent and maintains an excellent relationship with India. Consistently cautious with respect to contact with the outside world, the flow of tourists is tightly monitored by Daily tariff. Around 50000 tourists visit Bhutan in 2019 being the highest so far. Very few are lucky to have visited this country due to high tarriff. This short itinerary is for those interested people who canot effot to may much but want to see the place as much places possible.

Trip Facts

  • Trip Name: 4 Days Bhutan Group Tour.
  • Max Altitude: 3200M
  • Best Season: All year round
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel approved by TCB
  • Transportation: Private Cars depending upon the Group size.
  • Trip Type: Private
  • Route: 2Nights Thimphu| 1 Night Paro.

Trip Highlight

  • Hike Tango Monastery in North Thimphu.
  • Walk the Thimphu City and visit the authentic Bhutanese restaurant.
  • Visit Paro Dzong heap of jewels and only Museum in Bhutan.
  •  Visit the most popular city of Thimphu and Paro.
  • Experience a breathtaking view of the Himalayas.
  • Interact with locals

Trip Outline

  • Day 01 Paro Arrival and drive to Thimphu
  • Day 02 Thimphu Sightseeing
  • Day 03 Thimphu to Paro Tiger Nest Temple Hike
  • Day 04 Paro to Airport Drop

Detail Tour Program

Day 01 Arrival at Paro International Airport

Arrive at Paro Airport from your destination. If you are flying into Bhutan from Bangkok it takes about 4 hours, From Delhi about 2 hours, and from Kathmandu just 1 hour to reach Bhutan. Upon arrival at the airport, the immigration is just a 1-minute walk and takes about half an hour to finish your Bhutan Visa process. Our team from Tour Bhutan will be waiting with your name placard and assist you towards Thimphu. On the way visit Tamcho Lhakhang the beautiful monastery across the Paro river. Further, drive to Thimphu and check into Hotel. In the afternoon visit 13th arts and craft School, Folk heritage museum, National textile and in the evening walk around thimphu city. Over night at Hotel.

Day 02 Thimphu Tour- Tango Hike

Hike the popular Tango monastery. A one-hour hike this morning brings us up to Tango Monastery, a monastic school, and retreat built in the 15th century. The monastery is the residence of the Druk Desi Gyaltsen Tenzin Rabgye, a lama who is a reincarnation of the 16th-century monk who founded Tango (tango means horse’s head; the monastery is named for a rock formation on the mountain it is built on). Tango’s inner courtyard is beautifully painted in bright colors, with lovely views stretching across the Thimphu Valley. We descend and head by road to the Bagana bridge for a two-hour hike on a fairly level trail through beautiful riverside villages, with a picnic lunch. Overnight Thimphu…BLD

Total Hiking Time: About 3 Hours

Day 03 Thimphu to Paro Tiger Nest Hike

The 4 Days Bhutan Group Tour program is crafted to meet the demands of people interested in visiting the popular Tiger Nest temple. Some groups just book the tour to visit this temple only. Today we start early from Thimphu and start our hike towards the temple from the satcham Chorten Basecamp. The hike is about 3 hours and one can also take horse ride while going up towards the monastery.

We hike up through pine forests festooned with Spanish moss to reach to the striking monastic retreat of Taktsang, the “Tiger’s Nest,” built into a sheer cliff face about 2,700 feet above the Paro Valley. Padmasambhava, the great 8th century Buddhist saint and teacher, is thought to have landed at this spot after flying over the mountains from Tibet on the back of a tigress, thus bringing the teachings of Buddhism to Bhutan. The primary temple was built around Padmasambhava’s meditation cave in 1684. We enjoy our lunch en route at a teahouse midway with fantastic views of the monastery. Afternoon visit Paro Dzong and Taa Dzong only museum in Bhutan followed by Farm House visit for authentic Bhutanese food and wine. Overnight in Paro..BLD

Day 04 Paro to Airport and See Off

4 Days Bhutan Group Tour ends here today. This short tour to Bhutan is carefully craftedd so that our guest get as much tour as possible within this short span of time in bhutan. Our team from Tour Bhutan will assist you to the airport and see you off.

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Hotels, Resort or Farm House used for this Tour

We recommend using the below hotels. The hotel has very good recommendation from past clients but if you have any recommendation for hotels we are very much open to the change. Please note that we use 3-star Hotel for the tour and beyond that the charges will be extra for Hotel upgradation.

Hotel Phuntsho Pelri in Thimphu

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Off a commercial area, this unassuming hotel is a 15-minute walk from Thimphu Bus Station and a 20-minute walk from the Folk Heritage Museum Kawajangsa. The simply furnished rooms feature Wi-Fi (fee), cable TV, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Room service is offered.

Amenities include a restaurant, a bar, and a coffee shop, as well as a Turkish spa. Parking is available.

Hotel Trashi Namgay Resort in Paro

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Tashi Namgay Resort in Paro is a beautiful 4-star Hotel managed by local Bhutanese. Tashi Namgay Resort is one of the best Bhutanese-managed resorts. It is located opposite Paro International Airport separated by a big river (called Pa Chhu). The resort is spread over 8 acres of lush green agriculture field along with Pa Chu with 360-degree views of beautiful landscape. The traditional Bhutanese architectural design and modern amenities were combined to provide our guests a comfortable stay and yet experience a Bhutanese lifestyle. Unlike many hotels & resorts of an equivalent standard in Paro valley.