4 Day Bhutan Paro Thimphu Group Tour


Our 4 Days Group Tour Bhutan Journey allows Travelers to visit the beautiful nature of Bhutan and the deep spiritual roots of Bhutanese people. 

According to the legend related to this Taktsang. Jetsun Kandro Yeshe Tsogyal transformed herself into a tigress and carried the Maha Guru Padmasambhava on her back from Tibet to the present location of the Taktsang in Bhutan. The cave is also known as Tiger's Nest.

Tour also included visiting one of the largest statues of Buddha Shakyamuni, located at Bhutan.

Bhutan is known as one of the cleanest and happiest nations in the world.

Season Price:

November to April: 1,200 USD per person 

May to October:   1,300 USD per person

Price discount to urge more people to book this tour together:

If four people book this tour together, we will offer a discount of 100 US Dollars per person.

If three people book this tour together, we will offer a discount of 50 US Dollars per person.

No discount for one person or two people booking the tour even if the size became three people or four people. 


Below the price is two people sharing one room. If Travelers prefer to have a separate room, the cost is 30 US dollars extra. 

Tour Type: 4-Day Smallest Group Tour

Group Size: Min 3 People / Max 10 People

Tour Duration: 4 Days

Price: Starting From 1200 USD

  1. All Sightseeing in Bhutan side by Car with Driver as per package
  2. All accommodation with double Sharing basis
  3. Visa fees of Bhutan
  4. Three meals a day
  5. All entrance fees as per itinerary
  6. Bottled water provided in Vehicle 
  7. English Speaking Tour Guide  
  8. All government fees and permits.
  9. Airport Pick up and Drop
  1. International Flight Tickets
  2. Drinks other than tea and coffee
  3. Tips for supporting staff
  4. Bank transfer fees (40 USD for each bank account transfer or 3.5% for card payment
  5. Personal expenses and other unexpected expenses
  6. Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu Airfare. (Note: Ticket fare is $ 390 per pax, Subject to change)
  7. Nepal entry and re-entry visa fees
  8. Rescue & emergency cost 

Day1. Arrival to Bhutan Paro 

Arrival in Paro. Visit the National Museum and Paro Dzong (Rinpung Dzong), the castle monastery where Bernardo Bertolucci’s Little Buddha film was shot. The pristine Kyichu Lhakhang is one of the two oldest temples built in Bhutan, built-in 7th century by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo. Try Bhutanese dress and play archery, the traditional sport of Bhutan. (Program is subject to the arrival time)

Day2. Paro / Thimphu 

Climb to Taktsang monastery (Tiger’s Nest), is the highlight of the tour. While the hike seems to be hard, it’s very rewarding. If you don’t feel so strong, you can climb just halfway to the cafeteria with a nice view of the place. After a hike drive to Thimphu with a stop at Tachog Lhakhang, to see the bridge reconstructed with old chains smithed by ancient saint and bridge-builder Thangton Gampo. Evening stroll in Thimphu to see the people praying at Memorial stupa commemorating the 3rd king of Bhutan.


Day3. Thimphu

Early morning drive to Dochu-La pass (3015m). In clear weather, you can see stunning mountain panorama. Drive back to Thimphu and visit the gigantic statue of Buddha overlooking the valley and walk to the striking city viewpoint. Walk-in Norzin Lam street and see the traffic police signaling injunctions. Thimphu is the only capital in the world without traffic lights. Finish walk-in main postal office with the shop where beautiful and valuable Bhutanese stamps can be bought. Visit the school of traditional arts, where the young men and women learn the arts and crafts of their forefathers. Excursion to Takin enclosure, where the national animal, the mysterious takin, is kept. After that Changankha Lhakhang, the oldest place of worship in the valley. Evening visit of Tashicho Dzong, the castle, which serves as the seat of the king and government.


Day4. Depart from Bhutan

If time permits, you can make some additional sightseeing in the morning or spend time in leisure. Then drive to Paro and departure by flight or take 6 hours’ drive to the land border in Phuntsholing.



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