Bhutan Short Trip Tour From Delhi, India for 3 Days
This Holiday package is ideal for those who have limited time but want to have amazing short trip to Bhutan. Even as on this trip, you will have the chance to visit and see the sights some “must see” guest destination in the country. It is a 3-day trip but you will take away some great insights into the Bhutan Travel destination, people and culture. We create sure you see and experience what you must. After this, most visitors decide to come back again.
Day 1: Arrive Paro by Druk Air – Thimphu
Flying into Bhutan in Drukair will be fantastic start of your Vacation. While onboard you will enjoy with exciting surroundings of foothills, green vegetation and landscape and snow-clad Himalayan Mountains. After a few hours of exciting journey, you will finally reach your destination in Bhutan, your much expected destination.
On arrival at Paro airport, you will be met and welcomed by our delegate. After conclusion of airport formalities, you will be travel to Thimphu, the capital city and takes about 2 hrs. In Thimphu, as you already had an exciting yet tiring day, you will just hang out and have a general idea of the city and nearby areas.
Day 2: Thimphu – Paro, 55 km, 2 hours drive
Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan tourism is the seat of government, home to Bhutan’s Royal family, and is the most populated district in Bhutan. This bustling town is home to the civil servants, and foreign missions with symbol in Bhutan. It is also the headquarters for a number of internationally funded development projects such as the UNDP and SNV.
In the morning, you will visit Trashichho dzong, the attractive monastery built in traditional unique architectural style. It houses Government’s offices, King’s Throne room, and is the summer residence of Jekhenpo, the Chief Abbot. After that, you will visit the National Memorial Chorten and Changangkha Lhakhang. Later, you will have chance to visit the Folk & Textile Heritage Museums, a fascinating testimony of Bhutan’s living traditions. Then drive to Paro.
At Paro, you have a small number of options. Either visits Ta Dzong, a watchtower built to defend Rinpung Dzong during inter-valley wars of the 17th century. Ta Dzong was inaugurating as Bhutan’s National Museum in 1968. Afterwards, walk down a hillside trail to visit historical Rinpung Dzong. OR take a hike to Taktshang Monastery, the famous Tiger’s Nest. In the evening take a walk around Paro Main Street, Overnight at the hotel in Paro.
Day 3: After breakfast, our representative will drive you to the airport, assists with exit formalities, and bid farewell.
To keep away from the crowd and catch the Black-Necked Cranes, winter would be the time to go. To catch Himalayan blue sky without paying the additional tariff, think about visiting Bhutan in December. The temperature will not be too cold yet as lowest temperature usually takes places near the end of January. In January or February, Paro and Thimphu may experience a one-day snow.
As a traveler one gets spoilt for choices in terms of experiences and accommodation available in the state. You can choose between experiencing the desert, wildlife, heritage, cuisine and the accommodation choices