Bhutan Short Tour 3 Nights 4 Days is the ideal short tour package designed to explore Paro and Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital city. This 4-day Bhutan itinerary may be excellent if you have a few days to spend on your holiday. You’ll also have a thrilling flight with a great view of mountains, including Mount Everest, from the window, especially if the weather is clear.
We’ve put together an enjoyable Bhutan 3 nights four days package that will undoubtedly provide you with unforgettable experiences and memories. The Tiger’s Nest, Buddha Point, Tashichho Dzong, Takin Zoo, Changangkha Lhakhang, and other well-known Bhutanese landmarks have been featured painstakingly. This package will also assist you in capturing the breathtaking surroundings that make this slice of paradise a must-see. As you explore Bhutan’s serene atmosphere, you will undoubtedly have the time of your life.
While going around the cities and towns of Bhutan, you will note that the entire country is home to distinctive structures, with the same design pattern applied to all constructions and buildings. This one-of-a-kind art distinguishes this location from others throughout the world and adds to its glitz. So, book this Bhutan 3-night 4 days package early to get a great gateway experience.
Bhutan Tour – Best Time
The best times to visit the country are in the spring and October. Spring begins in February and lasts until mid-May when the entire countryside is lush green and alive with wildflowers, especially rhododendrons, locally known as metho, of which Bhutan boasts forty-six varieties. Every April, the Lamperi Botanical Park, near Thimphu, hosts a three-day Rhododendron Festival to honor the blossoms in their natural habitat. September sees the end of the monsoon’s heavy rains, ushering in the pleasant season of fall, with clear skies and sunny days. Even though the evenings can be chilly, the days are balmy, making this the greatest season to go hiking and explore the area.
Maximum Altitude: 2195m/7200ft
Your three nights four days Bhutan Tour begins with a short and gorgeous flight from Kathmandu to Paro, just like other multi-day Bhutan trips.
In clear weather, this flight is an excellent alternative to a mountain flight in Nepal since you can see Mount Everest and Lhotse from a new perspective.
The National Museum, which used to be a watchtower for Rinpung Dzong, will be the first stop on your tour. It has a great view of Paro, and the Dzong is said to have been built in 1645 A.D.
You will now ride from Paro to Thimpu, Bhutan’s capital city, along a mountain road. It’s time to explore the National Library after touring the memorial Chorten constructed in remembrance of the third king.
Overnight in Thimpu!
Maximum Altitude: 2320m/7612ft
In Thimphu, you’ll witness Buddhist texts at the National Library and traditional medicine institutes where healing practices like acupuncture and homeopathy are practiced. See also Thangka art, exquisite metalwork, weaving, and papermaking. The Textile and Folk Heritage Museum, which exhibits Bhutanese material culture and traditions, will be your first stop. After that, go to Tashichho Dzong and then to the Handicrafts Emporium and local shops to shop for textiles, thangka paintings, jewelry, and other items.
Overnight in Paro!
Maximum Altitude: 2195m/7200ft
After an hour’s drive, you’ll arrive in Ta Dzong, a round stronghold that once guarded the valley and is now a National Museum with historical significance to Bhutan. The temple was established in 1433 and is known as Dumtshe Lhakhang. Mount Jumolhari (7314m), the sacred mountain, is also well visible. You can visit Tigers’ Nest base camp and Kitchu Monastery on your way back from Drugyel Dzong. Later, you can shop for items and textiles at Paro’s retail district.
Enjoy the night in Paro.
Maximum Altitude: 2195m/7200ft
You will depart for your native nation after breakfast on this day. Before your flight, one of our team members will drop you off at the airport.
We will assist you with visa applications. We must submit your visa application to the Bhutanese government at least one week before your travel. When you arrive in Paro, you will be handed a paper visa, which will be stamped on your passport. For the visa application, we’ll require a clear scan copy of your ticket.
No! You won’t be able to enter Bhutan unless you’ve planned a land trip with a licensed and approved tour operator and paid the required nightly all-inclusive government tariff. Bhutan’s government discourages independent tourists in order to preserve the country’s strict culture and natural importance. During the trip, however, you have a lot of freedom to visit local markets and towns and engage with the locals as you like. You can plan your own private tour without having to join a larger group; however, it must be pre-paid and pre-arranged.
Bhutan, like Nepal and many other countries throughout the world, is undergoing climate change. Summer is hot, humid, and rainy from June until mid-September. Winter is cold and dry (December to early March). The nights are out in the winter, but the days are clear and sunny. The western valleys receive barely two snowfalls per year on average. The wettest months are August and early September.
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