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Explore this shrouded Realm of Bhutan with Six Sense luxury hotel accommodation. With not many lavish estates in Bhutan Six sense have ruled the nation in feeling of extravagance Bhutan travel with more extra extravagance amenities contrasting with previously existing extravagance property in Bhutan. Your experience with six sense is path past the assumption of the clients which will make your stay a worthwhile.
BHUTAN TOUR DATES:
All of our tours and trips are private, tailor-made tours for independent travel. We specialize in customizing itineraries according to our guest’s choice of date, time and place so that they can spend more time in the places doing the activities that they are interested in. This tour can be experienced all year around.
Throughout the trip, you’ll be provided with best first class rooms in Six Sense.
Please Note: Children below 5 years will not be eligible for GROUP SIZE DISCOUNTS, DURATION DISCOUNTS and SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FEE FREE ZONE DISCOUNT and All Children and Students will not be eligible for DURATION DISCOUNTS
|Tour Cost Includes||Tour Cost Excludes|
|1. All Meals – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner||1. Flight Fare to Bhutan|
|2. All entrance fee to visit special sights and heritages||2. Tips & gratuity for guide & drivers|
|3. All accommodations in Bhutan||3. Sim-card & internet connection for your phone|
|4. All Transportation within Bhutan||4. Fare for Domestic Flights|
|5. Professional English speaking guide|
|6. Complementary supply of Mineral Water|
Thimphu – Hotel Six Senses
Paro – Hotel Six Senses
Punakha – Hotel Six Senses
Note: Hotels will be booked upon availability. But if the recommended hotels are not available, we will try our best to book similar type of hotels in the region.
Guide & Driver used:
Guide – Mr. Choki Dorji Contact Number –
Driver – Mr. Tashi Wangchuk Contact Number –
1 Pax – 3 Pax: SUV: Hyundai Tucson, Hyundai Santa Fee, Toyota Prado/ Similar
4 Pax – 8 Pax: Mini Bus: Hyundai H1/ Toyota Hiace Bus/ Similar
10 Pax – 21 Pax: Tour Bus: Toyota Coaster Bus/ Similar
Shopping in Bhutan:
When we are at Bhutan, we clearly would need to take something back as a trinket. Something to remind us about our astounding adventures in the most joyful nation on the planet and motivation to grin when you think back when we grow old.
Best places to shop:
Your visa must be processed by a licensed Bhutanese tour operator as it will be verified by the Tourism council of Bhutan (TCB) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Flights to Bhutan:
Bhutan does not have any direct flights from USA, Canada and European nations. In the event that you wish to venture out to Bhutan from USA, Canada or any European countries, you need to travel to Delhi/Kolkotta in India or Kathmandu in Nepal or Singapore or Bangkok to interface your trip into Bhutan.
Direct flights to Bhutan:
On a direct flight, it takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes to reach Bhutan from Delhi.
It takes about an hour to reach Paro airport from Kolkata.
It takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach Bhutan from Guwahati including transfers. But the quickest flight to Bhutan from Guwahati is the direct flight which takes about 50 minutes to reach the Paro Airport.
It takes just 1 hour to fly to Paro from Bagdogra by flight. You can take a direct flight to Paro from Bagdogra airport.Less
As we land at the Paro air terminal, we will be gotten by our guide and will give us all the significant and vital help to complete all the migration and customs conventions.
Subsequent to leaving the airport, we will go to Thimphu. In transit visit Tamchog Lhakhang across the river and head towards Thimphu.
After lunch our visit starts with visit to biggest Standing Buddha Statue over looking thimphu valley. You can see numerous local people here for formal customs and ceremonial rituals. After these sights you will visit the Thimphu town which capital city of Bhutan with a little more than 100000 populations.
The day starts with visit to Takin Protection Center. Takin is the national animal of Bhutan and it is all around safeguarded in Motithang zoo. After that we hike the Takin trail which will take around 30 minutes. Visit the thirteenth arts and craft School(zorig Chusum) where you witness the understudy chipping away at their abilities in making Bhutanese artistic creations, Silver smith and craftmanship. In the meantime visit the folk heritage Museam.
After lunch visit the Simply Bhutan museam where you will be invited by gathering of beautiful Bhutanese women wearing customary clothing or national attire. You will be appeared around exhibiting the day to day life of Bhutanse people. You can likewise get the chance to shoot arrow, the national game Bhutan. Later in the evening visit trashichhodzong the seat of Imperial which is delightfully lit. For supper we will head back to the lodge and relax.
Punakha is the old capital of Bhutan. The climatic state of Punakha is sweltering during summer and warm during winter. It is the winter residence of head of the religious body Je Khenpo of Bhutan.
In transit you can stop at Dochula pass which gives you the 360 degree perspective on Himalayas. As you drive further down visit Chimi Lhakhang worked by divine madman. Our escort will give you the full story of how the cloister was assembled. As you go further visit Punakha Dzong the second biggest Dzong in Bhutan. At the end of the day, supper will be served and stay over at the hotel.
After early breakfast drive around 30 minutes towards the longest engineered suspension bridge that associates the two town of Punakha. From that point your climb to beautiful monastery of Khamsum yulley Namgyel starts. The path requires around 1 and half hour moderate stroll through paddy field and pinewood woodland. The religious community is situated on top of the slopes over looking Punakha valley.
After lunch drive to Paro. Visit Drugyel Dzong likewise called the triumph dzong. The dzong was significant for Paro town in former times as this fortress use to shield the individuals from regular Tibetan intrusion. While returning visit Kyichu Lhakhang the most seasoned monastery in Bhutan built in sixth century. In the evening relax, supper will be served and over night at the hotel.
This temple is probably the most popular image you'll see all over the internet when you're looking for a Bhutan Tour. Without visiting the Tiger Nest Temple, your tour of Bhutan becomes less credible. The hike is moderate and takes about 3 hours to reach the temple from the base camp through the pine forest. Guru Padmashambhaba, who flew from Tibet on a tigress, is thought to have meditated in this cave in the 8th century. The temple is really sacred to the Bhutanese people. After the walk, visit Paro Rinpung Dzong, another beautiful structure that you can see when you land at Paro. A leisure walk takes you to the wooden bridge after the dzong. Later, we'll take you to the Hot Stone Bath in the evening and head over to the hotel for dinner and stayover.
Early morning, get new and review all the things you did in the entire visit. There is so many memories to be regarded, in this manner many takeaways and farewells. Do visit Bhutan again.