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Welcome to the Kingdom of Bhutan
Thimphu- Bhutan
5 Days
30 Persons
English
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GLIMPSE OF KINGDOM OF BHUTAN Day 1: Paro Day 2: Paro -Thimphu Day 3: Thimphu -Punakha Day 4: Thimphu-Paro Day 5: Paro (departure )

Tour Detail

‘Welcome to the Kingdom of Bhutan’

5days glimpse of Bhutan tour package

Kuzuzangpola’, the very word said by your respective guide welcomes you to the Bhutan. Myself and on behalf of our company, welcomes each and every one of you who have curiosity in visiting Bhutan for holidays, to experience diverse adventures and for some other reasons.

Day 1 – International Airport Paro

The flight to Paro crosses the Himalayan Mountains. It offers wonderful views of the peaks flown, especially sacred mountains of Bhutan are the Monts Jumolhari Jichu and Drake. The flight offers views breathtaking Everest and Kanchenjunga. Upon arrival in Paro, you will be received by our correspondent Reenchen Naaden Tours & Trek and transfer to your hotel. Paro is a beautiful valley perched a little more than 2200m above sea level and the town of Paro is particularly marked by tourism but now an agrarian valley. After check in the hotel, visit the town of Paro (so called as Food bowl of Bhutan).

Day 2 – Paro - Thimphu (B, L, D)

Today, is the day hike to Taksang (tiger’s nest) Perched on a cliff on your right; one of the most astonishing monuments of Bhutan. Legend has it that the Indian Saint Padmasambhava rode on the back of a tigress to Taktshang. But before you start take a short drive to the fortress of Drukgyel Dzong (now in ruins), a strategic entry where the Bhutanese forces repelled numerous Tibetan invasions from the north. The majestic Jumolhari or the &Goddess of the Mountains& can be seen in the background on a clear day. An hour and a half drive from Paro will take you along the winding road downstream following the Paro Chhu River until the Royal Bhutan Police checkpoint at Chuzomsa, the confluence of Pachhu and Thimchhu from where an hour’s drive up the wang valley passes the small town of Khasardrupchu and Semtokha.Overnight in Thimphu.

Day 3 : Thimphu - Punakha

Today’s drive to Punakha via Wangduephodrang is about 3 hours. After breakfast, we drive steadily towards the Dochu La pass alt 10,000 feet where a large chorten and many prayer flags greet you as you face the panoramic range of majestic peaks which forms the natural boundary with Tibet in the North. The descent from the pass through temperate forests would be a breath taking drive especially in the spring as one sees the rhododendrons and magnolias bloom in red and white as we drive on down to the semitropical zone of orange, bananas and cactuses. Situated near the river on a small plateau is the famous chime Lhakhang built by famous &Divine mad man& Drukpa Kunley, a pilgrim site famous for The Fertility Blessing (cannot go there since time is limited).

Drive to Punakha. Punakha valley is also the winter home for many of the high altitude farmers who migrate with their cattle to the warm climate in the valley. The numerous paddy fields indicate the ideal conditions for agriculture, farmers here often grow 2 – 3 crops a year, rice and chili being important cash crops for the farmers. The main attraction of the Punakha valley is the Punakha dzong built in the 16th century was the winter capital for 300 years; today it is winter home to the Je Khenpo the chief Abbot, hundreds of monks and serves as the administrative headquarters for Punakha district.

Overnight at Thimphu

 

Day 4: Thimphu – Paro (B, L, D)

We will start very early for the memorable day hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest. The day hike to Taksang (tiger’s nest) perched on a cliff on your right; one of the most astonishing monuments of Bhutan. Legend has it that the Indian Saint Padmasambhava rode on the back of a tigress to Taktshang. But before you start take a short drive to the fortress of Drukgyel Dzong (now in ruins), a strategic entry where the Bhutanese forces repelled numerous Tibetan invasions from the north. The majestic Jumolhari or the &Goddess of the Mountains& can be seen in the background on a clear day. Overnight in Paro.

Day 5: Paro

Today, your guide will escort you to Paro Airport to bid you farewell. Your guide will brief you on the departure process.

We hope your stay in Bhutan will be a memorable one. This introductory trip to Bhutan will impress you and make you want to come and see more of Bhutan in the future.

 

PACKAGE TARIFF STRUCTURE FOR 2015

 3 Star Services

 5-Star Services

 LUXURY

01 to 03 PAX - US$ 290 per person/night
04 PAX & ABOVE - US$ 250 per person/night

02 PAX - US$ 415 per person/night
04 - 11 PAX - US$ 400 per person/night
12 - 15 PAX - US$ 375 per person/night
16 PAX & ABOVE - US$ 350 per person/night

US$ 1,450 per night/Single Occupancy
US$ 1,750 per night/Double Occupancy

 Single Surcharge: US$ 50 per night

 Single Surcharge: US$ 125 per night

All above mentioned package are inclusive of the following full board package services:

Hotel/Accommodation on twin sharing basis

All Meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner plus evening tea)

Private Car/transport with driver for the entire trip duration

Private Guide for the entire trip duration

Bhutan Tourist Royalty & All the Applicable Taxes

Bhutan Tourism Development Tax

All Applicable Entry Fees

Visa Fee and Processing Charges

Group Discounts applicable for 3-Star Services Only:

Group of 12 to 15 Pax.  50% off to one person as Group Leader

Group of 16 Pax and above.  100% discount to one person as Group Leader.

Child 11 years and below.  25% discount.

TREKKING: Minimum 4-pax required.  3-pax and below.  US$ 30 per person per day will be levied as trekking surcharge in addition to the above daily tariff and surcharges.

 

*Package Tariff is subject to change without notice

3-Star Hotels:

THIMPHU: Namgay Heritage Hotel, Hotel Kisa
PARO: Tashi Namgay Resort
PUNAKHA & WANGDI: Punnatsangchhu Cottages
TRONGSA: Yangkhil Resort
BUMTHANG: Hotel River Lodge, Hotel Gongkhar Lodge
PHUNTSHOLING: Druk Hotel, Lhaki Hotel

5-Star HOTELS:

PARO:
 * Uma Resort 
* Hotel Zshiwaling

THIMPHU:
* Taj Tashi Hotel (Taj Hotels Group)

LUXURY:

5 Aman Resorts in Bhutan at located at Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha and Bumthang

 

Mode of Entry:

You can fly in to Bhutan with Druk Air from Bangkok, Delhi, Dhaka, Katmandu and Kolkata. You can also enter by road from India and enter through Phuentsholing, Gelephu & Samdrup Jongkhar in Bhutan.

NOTE:  fares are inclusive of all the applicable taxes and it is net amount payable to Druk Air.  Fares are subject to change on short notice.  For latest fares & schedules, you can log on to www.drukair.com.bt

 

Other Charges:

* VISA FEE: US$ 40 per person for the entire trip duration

* TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TAX: Only US$ 10 per person for the entire trip duration

MODE of PAYMENT:

* Once you trip is confirmed with us, we will email you our Bank Details and you can make the payment through wire transfer.

Email us anytime at: info.reenchen@gmail.com   for further information and reservations.

‘Thank you for visiting Bhutan. See you again’.

Tashi Delek!!!

 

 

 

 

Price Detail
Cancellation Policy

You will get

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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Welcome to the Kingdom of Bhutan
Thimphu, Bhutan
5 Days
30 Persons
English
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Brief

GLIMPSE OF KINGDOM OF BHUTAN Day 1: Paro Day 2: Paro -Thimphu Day 3: Thimphu -Punakha Day 4: Thimphu-Paro Day 5: Paro (departure )

Tour Detail

‘Welcome to the Kingdom of Bhutan’

5days glimpse of Bhutan tour package

Kuzuzangpola’, the very word said by your respective guide welcomes you to the Bhutan. Myself and on behalf of our company, welcomes each and every one of you who have curiosity in visiting Bhutan for holidays, to experience diverse adventures and for some other reasons.

Day 1 – International Airport Paro

The flight to Paro crosses the Himalayan Mountains. It offers wonderful views of the peaks flown, especially sacred mountains of Bhutan are the Monts Jumolhari Jichu and Drake. The flight offers views breathtaking Everest and Kanchenjunga. Upon arrival in Paro, you will be received by our correspondent Reenchen Naaden Tours & Trek and transfer to your hotel. Paro is a beautiful valley perched a little more than 2200m above sea level and the town of Paro is particularly marked by tourism but now an agrarian valley. After check in the hotel, visit the town of Paro (so called as Food bowl of Bhutan).

Day 2 – Paro - Thimphu (B, L, D)

Today, is the day hike to Taksang (tiger’s nest) Perched on a cliff on your right; one of the most astonishing monuments of Bhutan. Legend has it that the Indian Saint Padmasambhava rode on the back of a tigress to Taktshang. But before you start take a short drive to the fortress of Drukgyel Dzong (now in ruins), a strategic entry where the Bhutanese forces repelled numerous Tibetan invasions from the north. The majestic Jumolhari or the &Goddess of the Mountains& can be seen in the background on a clear day. An hour and a half drive from Paro will take you along the winding road downstream following the Paro Chhu River until the Royal Bhutan Police checkpoint at Chuzomsa, the confluence of Pachhu and Thimchhu from where an hour’s drive up the wang valley passes the small town of Khasardrupchu and Semtokha.Overnight in Thimphu.

Day 3 : Thimphu - Punakha

Today’s drive to Punakha via Wangduephodrang is about 3 hours. After breakfast, we drive steadily towards the Dochu La pass alt 10,000 feet where a large chorten and many prayer flags greet you as you face the panoramic range of majestic peaks which forms the natural boundary with Tibet in the North. The descent from the pass through temperate forests would be a breath taking drive especially in the spring as one sees the rhododendrons and magnolias bloom in red and white as we drive on down to the semitropical zone of orange, bananas and cactuses. Situated near the river on a small plateau is the famous chime Lhakhang built by famous &Divine mad man& Drukpa Kunley, a pilgrim site famous for The Fertility Blessing (cannot go there since time is limited).

Drive to Punakha. Punakha valley is also the winter home for many of the high altitude farmers who migrate with their cattle to the warm climate in the valley. The numerous paddy fields indicate the ideal conditions for agriculture, farmers here often grow 2 – 3 crops a year, rice and chili being important cash crops for the farmers. The main attraction of the Punakha valley is the Punakha dzong built in the 16th century was the winter capital for 300 years; today it is winter home to the Je Khenpo the chief Abbot, hundreds of monks and serves as the administrative headquarters for Punakha district.

Overnight at Thimphu

 

Day 4: Thimphu – Paro (B, L, D)

We will start very early for the memorable day hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest. The day hike to Taksang (tiger’s nest) perched on a cliff on your right; one of the most astonishing monuments of Bhutan. Legend has it that the Indian Saint Padmasambhava rode on the back of a tigress to Taktshang. But before you start take a short drive to the fortress of Drukgyel Dzong (now in ruins), a strategic entry where the Bhutanese forces repelled numerous Tibetan invasions from the north. The majestic Jumolhari or the &Goddess of the Mountains& can be seen in the background on a clear day. Overnight in Paro.

Day 5: Paro

Today, your guide will escort you to Paro Airport to bid you farewell. Your guide will brief you on the departure process.

We hope your stay in Bhutan will be a memorable one. This introductory trip to Bhutan will impress you and make you want to come and see more of Bhutan in the future.

 

PACKAGE TARIFF STRUCTURE FOR 2015

 3 Star Services

 5-Star Services

 LUXURY

01 to 03 PAX - US$ 290 per person/night
04 PAX & ABOVE - US$ 250 per person/night

02 PAX - US$ 415 per person/night
04 - 11 PAX - US$ 400 per person/night
12 - 15 PAX - US$ 375 per person/night
16 PAX & ABOVE - US$ 350 per person/night

US$ 1,450 per night/Single Occupancy
US$ 1,750 per night/Double Occupancy

 Single Surcharge: US$ 50 per night

 Single Surcharge: US$ 125 per night

All above mentioned package are inclusive of the following full board package services:

Hotel/Accommodation on twin sharing basis

All Meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner plus evening tea)

Private Car/transport with driver for the entire trip duration

Private Guide for the entire trip duration

Bhutan Tourist Royalty & All the Applicable Taxes

Bhutan Tourism Development Tax

All Applicable Entry Fees

Visa Fee and Processing Charges

Group Discounts applicable for 3-Star Services Only:

Group of 12 to 15 Pax.  50% off to one person as Group Leader

Group of 16 Pax and above.  100% discount to one person as Group Leader.

Child 11 years and below.  25% discount.

TREKKING: Minimum 4-pax required.  3-pax and below.  US$ 30 per person per day will be levied as trekking surcharge in addition to the above daily tariff and surcharges.

 

*Package Tariff is subject to change without notice

3-Star Hotels:

THIMPHU: Namgay Heritage Hotel, Hotel Kisa
PARO: Tashi Namgay Resort
PUNAKHA & WANGDI: Punnatsangchhu Cottages
TRONGSA: Yangkhil Resort
BUMTHANG: Hotel River Lodge, Hotel Gongkhar Lodge
PHUNTSHOLING: Druk Hotel, Lhaki Hotel

5-Star HOTELS:

PARO:
 * Uma Resort 
* Hotel Zshiwaling

THIMPHU:
* Taj Tashi Hotel (Taj Hotels Group)

LUXURY:

5 Aman Resorts in Bhutan at located at Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Phobjikha and Bumthang

 

Mode of Entry:

You can fly in to Bhutan with Druk Air from Bangkok, Delhi, Dhaka, Katmandu and Kolkata. You can also enter by road from India and enter through Phuentsholing, Gelephu & Samdrup Jongkhar in Bhutan.

NOTE:  fares are inclusive of all the applicable taxes and it is net amount payable to Druk Air.  Fares are subject to change on short notice.  For latest fares & schedules, you can log on to www.drukair.com.bt

 

Other Charges:

* VISA FEE: US$ 40 per person for the entire trip duration

* TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TAX: Only US$ 10 per person for the entire trip duration

MODE of PAYMENT:

* Once you trip is confirmed with us, we will email you our Bank Details and you can make the payment through wire transfer.

Email us anytime at: info.reenchen@gmail.com   for further information and reservations.

‘Thank you for visiting Bhutan. See you again’.

Tashi Delek!!!

 

 

 

 

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Cancellation Policy

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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