6 night 7 days Bhutan tour package : A delightful tour of Bhutan

6 night 7 days Bhutan tour package

Nestled in the lap of the great Himalayas Bhutan is one of the best countries in the Asian hemisphere. Known as the last remaining Shangri-La, Bhutan is a tourism hub as it welcomes more than 100,000 tourists each year. If you have also planned to visit this himalayan charm then there is nothing great like spending a week there. Raghav Travel offers 6 nights 7 Days Bhutan tour package to cater the complete Bhutan tour experience for travelers. Our tour package includes premium accommodations, transport facilities, diverse sightseeing and so much more. In this blog we will talk about the complete 6 nights 7 days tour package services from Raghav Travels so plan now and embark on this journey with us


06 Nights/07 Days

Places Covered

Tour Itinerary

  • • Phuenstholing : The gateway of the land of thunder dragons, Phuentsholing is often regarded as the abode of kings and queens of the Himalayan Kingdom. Time moves at a slow pace here and the simplicity of the inhabitants complements the serenity of nature. At an altitude of only 300 meters, this commercial center in Bhutan lies adjacent to Indian town Jaigaon on the Himalayan foothills. There are a number of places to visit in Phuentsholing where you can catch a glimpse of the diversity of Bhutanese, Nepalese and Indian cultures.
  • The frontier town serving as the corridor to Sikkim, West Bengal and Assam is certainly worth a visit when you are exploring Bhutan. Here are the places to visit in Phuentsholing:

  • • Bhutan Gate : One of the most photographed places to visit in Phuentsholing, the Bhutan Gate is the main entrance and exit from and to India. The gate looks beautiful with exquisite woodcraft and the well-maintained flower beds in close vicinity create a beautiful setup.
  • • Zangto Pelri Lhakhang: the Zangto or Zangdo Pelri Lhakhang is among the best places to visit in Phuentsholing. On the ground floor, there is Guru Rinpoche’s replica along with 8 differently manifested life-size idols and paintings depicting the life of Buddha. You will also find 8 idols of Bodhisattva, Avalokiteshvara as well as Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal on the 1st floor and the main idol of Amitabha on the top floor.
  • • Zangto Pelri Park : The Zangto Pelri Park adjacent to it. One of the kid-friendly places to visit in Phuentsholing, Bhutan, here you will find people from all walks of life.

  • • Torsa River Side: Undoubtedly among the best places to visit near
    Phuentsholing: Torsa River Side can be reached easily on foot during a morning walk. Vehicles are not allowed on the track. You will find the basketball court at the end of the walking path. The Torsa Tea Gardens are located nearby.
  • • Phuentsholing Market: For shopaholics, among the best places to visit near Phuentsholing is the Phuentsholing Market which lies a bit detached from the main town of Phuentsholing.
  • After processing of permit ,transfer to Thimphu via kharbandi Gumba & natural waterfalls sightseeing ,overnight stay at Thimphu

    Karbandi Monastery : On your Phuentsholing sightseeing, Karbandi or Rinchending Goemba is a scenic vantage point with life-size idols of Rinpoche, Shakyamuni and Shabdrung Ngawang. While strolling around the lush garden on the complex, you will find the 8 Tibetan-Buddhist Stupas and enjoy the panorama of the Phuentsholing town and the Bengal plain. Legend has it that couples with infertility issues will be blessed with a child after visiting the monastery.

  • • Thimpu: Sprawled over a valley in western central Bhutan, the capital city of Thimphu is famous for its numerous Buddhist sites, mountainous Himalayan landscape, rich culture, and pious locales. In Thimpu, you can explore blue alpine forests and peaceful lakes up to Jili Dzong via Druk Path Trek, admire cave murals at the 800-year old Changangkha Lhakhang Temple, and buy kukri knives and traditional garments at Weekend Handicrafts Market.
  • After breakfast we go for Thimphu full day sightseeing & Night stay.

  • • Buddha Dordenma: The quaint town of Thimphu is home to a 51 metres tall gold-plated statue of Buddha Dordenma, which is entirely made up of steel. The statue houses around 125,000 spectacular smaller Buddha statues made of bronze and plated in gold, each of which looks like the Dordenma itself. The base of the statue, which is 3 storeys tall, is a meditation hall. It is one of the largest Buddha Stupas in the world.
  • • Trashi chho Dzong: Trashi chho Dzong is a fortress located about 2 km away from the city of Thimphu in Bhutan. It had been constructed in 1641 and underwent several restorations since then. It currently serves both as a monastery and the central secretariat of the present government. Also known as the "fortress of the glorious religion", it is found right on the banks of the Wangchhu River. . A lovely rose garden in front of the building welcomes the visitors to the fortress. The Je Khenpo or the "central monastic body", however, have made it their summer residence and leave for Punakha Dzong in the winter
  • • Changangkha Lhakhang: The Changangkha Lhakhang is an ancient temple situated at a distance of around 1 km from the downtown Thimpu. The temple was built in the 12th Century on a site which was chosen by the founder of the Drukpa Lineage in Bhutan, Phajo Drukgom Shigpo. This one is a traditional Bhutanese monastery which is miraculously suspended like a castle on a ridge over the central Thimpu mountain ranges.
  • • Memorial Chorten: The Memorial Chorten, also known as Thimphu Chorten/ Memorial Stupa is one of the tallest monuments in Thimphu. Located in the southern central part of the city, in Doeboom Lam, the Stupa attracts tourists from all around the globe with its elegant architecture. The Chorten is a place that would give you an insight into Buddhism through its great artwork, wall carvings and marvelous sculptures. This ancient monument highlights Buddhist culture, serving as a great place to wander around while enjoying the aura of the site.
  • • Folk Heritage Museum: Giving an insight into the culture of Bhutan under one roof, Folk Heritage Museum preserves and flaunts the folk tradition of the country. Set up in 2001, the museum is set up inside a three-storeyed house, having the soberest facade, which makes the place even more distinguished. Bhutanese cuisine, important trees, farming tools, household objects and whatnot! This impressive museum displays it all.
  • • Simtokha Dzong: The Simtokha Dzong is located 5 kms south of central Thimphu. Simtokha Dzong is also known as Sangak Zabdhon Phodrang, which means "Palace of the Profound Meaning of Secret Mantras". Not just a religious structure, it is also a prominent Dzongkha learning institute in the country. It is often said to be the first Dzongs built in Bhutan.
  • • Motithang Takin Preserve: The crown jewel of Thimphu, Motithang Takin Preserve is a protected area where the national animal of Bhutan, Takin, is preserved. A half an hour walk here would unveil many exotic birds and animals to you, who wander around the area freely and in the most natural of habitat. Overflowing with serenity, the wildlife here is exquisite and should be seen once.
  • • National Institute for Zorig Chusum, ( Painting School): National Institute for Zorig Chusum, commonly known as the painting school, not only preserves the traditional Bhutanese Art but also passes it on to the next generation. Watching young people work with undivided attention is quite mesmerizing and inspiring. Sewing, ornament-making, painting and carving are just some of the thirteen crafts that are taught here. The traditional Thangka painting is also taught to a few foreigners who come to Bhutan.
  • • Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan: A spectacular building in Thimphu, Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan was founded in 2005 to preserve the cultural art of weaving textiles. Here, young Bhutanese students are taught weaving without any profit-making. Adorned clothes and beautiful textiles can be seen on display here, which give an insight into the traditions of Bhutan. You can also visit the Bhutan Textile Museum while you're here.
  • • National Library: Established in 1967 in the heart of Thimphu, the National Library of Bhutan houses national archives of Bhutan along with Tibetan and Bhutanese texts and manuscripts. There are photo frames of historical incidents hanging on the wall, which are also quite fascinating. The place is tranquil, and you can find yourself engrossed in reading about Bhutanese history here.
  • • Simply Bhutan, Thimphu: Flaunting the rich Bhutanese culture to the world, Simply Bhutan Museum displays the impressive traditions and gives a glimpse of the country's history. A one-of-its kind "living" museum, visitors get to enjoy the Bhutanese songs, folk dances and finger-licious cuisine. One can actually live the country's culture by trying on traditional clothes and archery.
  • • BBS Tower,View Thimphu: Bhutan Broadcasting Service Tower or BBS Tower is at an elevation of 2,865 metres which offers an exquisite view of the whole town of Thimphu. Also known as Sangaygang Viewpoint, this is very popular among visitors because of the beautiful panorama of the lush valleys that it provides.
  • • Clock Tower Square: Situated in the heart of town, Clock Tower Square is an architectural marvel and a pleasure to eyes. It is basically a tower with four clock faces, which makes it different from any other building or structure in Bhutan. One of the most popular site among visitors, people usually visit here in the evening to enjoy the beautiful paintings and carvings.
  • • Dochula Pass: Nestled in the eastern edge of the Himalayas, the Kingdom of Bhutan boasts of spectacular mountain views and some of the happiest people in the world. And with this beautiful outlook of life came the creation of Dochula Pass, a breath-taking mountain pass, in commemoration of Bhutanese soldiers who passed away in military operations for the country.
    Along the Dochula Pass, there are 108 memorial chortens (also known as stupas) called the 'Druk Wangyal Chortens' for each soldier's life lost in war. The hills are also decorated with colorful religious flags in five colors to represent the natural elements: blue for the sky, red for fire, green for water, white for clouds, and yellow for earth. To the local Buddhist people, these flags are symbols of veneration and the inscriptions of prayers on each flag signals peace and prosperity for Bhutan.
  • • Punakha Tourism: It is also fertile as the two rivers - Po Chhu and Mo Chhu converge here in the Punakha Valley making it an excellent terrain for rice cultivation. Located at a proximal distance from Thimphu around 72 kms, Punakha can be reached within 3 hours. It is usually warmer in Punakha as compared to Thimphu or Paro, making it an ideal destination any time of the year.Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan until 1955 which was later given to Thimphu.
  • • Punakha Dzong: Punakha Dzong is the second oldest and second largest dzong in the country Located at the intersection of the Pho Chuu and Mo Chuu rivers in the Punakha Valley, Punakha Dzong was constructed in 1637 by Ngawang Namgyal. It is over 180 metres (590 feet) long and 72 metres (236 feet) wide having six towers surrounding it and the only way to reach the dzong is by crossing the bazam (bridge).
  • • Punakha Suspension Bridge: The second-longest suspension bridge in Bhutan, Punakha Suspension Bridge is perched over the Mo Chhu and Po Chhu (river) and is about 160-180 meters in length. It is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the world that connects Punakha Dzongkhag to the rest of the valley.
  • • Chimi Lhakhang: Located an hour outside Punakha village, Chimi Lhakhang, (also known as Chime Lhakhang) is a Buddhist monastery best known for its worship of the phallus. Chimi Lhakhang is known as a fertility temple for blessing couples with a 10-inch wooden penis that is tapped on their shoulders. Visitors come from all around the world to visit the monastery, obtain blessings, and get a glimpse of a unique side of Buddhism.
  • • Paro: Paro is a small town situated in the Paro Valley of Bhutan. It is one of the most fertile as well as historic valleys of Bhutan which is the widest in the Kingdom. It is home to 155 temples and monasteries dating back to the 14th century and also Bhutan's sole international airport. The Paro Airport is the largest International Airport of Bhutan and has been one of the prime locations for numerous tourist visits. It is known to be the most challenging airport to land on.
  • • Tiger Nest View Bird Eye: Tiger's Nest Monastery, or Paro Taktsang, is one of the most prominent Buddhist sites in Bhutan. Located 900 metres above the upper cliff in the Paro Valley, this monastery is undoubtedly an architectural marvel. While Bhutan is loaded with monasteries, what makes Paro Taktsang stand apart is its religious and historical significance.
  • • Rinpung Dzong: One of the finest examples of architecture, the Rinpung Dzong, also known as the Paro Dzong, has a very spiritual environment Known for its grandeur whose glory enhances with each passing day, rather than fading away, Paro Dzong is located in the heart of the city.
  • • National Museum of Bhutan: The National Museum of Bhutan is the pride of the country. Flaunting art and traditions, it has six floors, each of them narrating a unique tale from the past. You can see paintings, art pieces, animal masks and many more facets of the rich culture. Constructed in 1649 as a watchtower against Tibetan soldiers, it was converted to the National Museum in 1968, preserving the rich history of Bhutan within its walls ever since.
  • • Drukgyel Dzong: Now in ruins, Drukgyel Dzong is a fortress which was built in 1649 to mark the victory of Bhutan over Tibet. If you want to see the fascinating stone work of the Dzongs of the past, then this is the place to go to..Located in the upper part of Paro district, the fire that broke open in 1951 engulfed the Drukgyel Dzong in flames and left it in the current situation. The efforts have been started by the government to reconstruct it and bring it back to life and glory which it deserves.
  • • Paro Airport View: Paro Airport View : Paro Airport Bird's Eye View Point offers an exquisite view of the entire city. With the Paro International airport being in the top ten stunning airports in the world, you can imagine what's in store for you. Amidst the mountains, the sight is so colorful and vivid that one remains awe-struck by the grandeur of the city.
  • • We transfer you to Phuentsholing/ Jaigaon enjoying scenic beauty of Bhutan & drop you at Hotel , overnight stay at Phuentsholing / Jaigaon.

    • We drop you to Phuentsholing/ Jaigaon enjoying the scenic beauty of Bhutan , later drop you at a Hotel where you enjoy leisure and in the evening stroll ( self ) through the local market of Phuentsholing .

    • We drop you at NJP / IXB and bid you bye , you take back lots of sweet memories from the land of happiness , Bhutan

    • Early morning we drive towards NJP / IXB airport taking lots of sweet memories of the land of Happiness , Bhutan & promising to visit the kingdom once again in life time . On the way we take view of the natural waterfalls & scenic beauty of Bhutan . We drop you at the station / AIRPORT & bid you bye .


    • Transportation.
    • Parking.
    • Vehicle: Non A/C private vehicle for transfers & sightseeing as per itinerary.
    • Service : 24 hrs customer care assistance specific tour coordinator throughout the tour.
    • Guide Charges
    • SDF ( 1200/- per Head, per Day ).
    • Travel Insurance.


    • Laundry.
    • Lunch.
    • Entry Fees at any sight seeing spot.
    • Vehicle: Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Natural Calamities : Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, who is directly payable on the spot).
    • NOTE: Anything not in inclusions is excluded.

    Price: /- (exc. GST)

    • Cost Excludes Gst & all taxes payable.
    • Includes SDF 1200/- person per day.
    • If head decreases per head cost may increase.
    • Note 30 % advance required at Confirmation ( Non refundable/ Cancellation as per hotel & transporter ).
    • Rest Balance payment required Before moving Thimphu.


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    • Innova for pick up NJP / IXB. 1 Hiace Bus Bhutan part.
    • NJP / IXB – Phuentsholing – Pick up.
    • Transfer Thimphu - Transfer.
    • Local sightseeing : Thimphu Local sightseeing.
    • Punakha sightseeing & Paro Transfer.
    • Paro Local sightseeing & Hike Tiger’s Nest.
    • Transfer Phuentsholing.
    • Drop NJP / IXB.
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