Bhutan Honeymoon Tour Package

7 Nights / 8 Days @ 27,999 Per Person /- 7N / 8D @ 27,999 PP /-
27,999 Per adult
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Bagdogra - Phuentsholing - Thimphu - Punakha - Paro - Siliguri

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Bhutan is a colorful Buddhist nation that is known for its serene natural landscapes and spirituality. There are many monasteries here and the people are friendly and loving.

Meet and greet at Bagdogra airport and depart for Phuntosholing. Check in to the hotel at Phuntosholing and process formalities for immigration documents. On this day, you can visit the great Tashi Market at Phuntosholing. Staying the night in Phuntosholing.

THIMPHU—Post Breakfast Report to the Immigration Office at 9:30 AM. After obtaining the permit, you will be transferred to Thimphu via Gedu and Chukha. On the way, sightseeing and a stop over for a photo shoot at Chukha and Gedu.. (Overnight stay at Thimphu Hotel).

In the early morning, after breakfast, you will be taken for a full day of sightseeing to the worthwhile sightseeing places around Thimphu like Buddha Point, Memorial Chorten, National Library, Traditional Medicine Institute, Tashicho Dzong, Handicrafts Shops, Takin Preserve, BBS Tower, Changlimthang Stadium. (Overnight stay at Thimphu Hotel).

This morning, after breakfast, you will be transferred to Punakha via a sight-seeing place like Dochula Pass. (On the way to Punakha). In the evening, you can visit the local market and enjoy the silence and darkness of the valley. (overnight stay at PUNAKHA).

This morning. After breakfast, transfer to Paro. Head for a full day of sightseeing to the worthwhile sightseeing places around Paro, like Taktshang (Tiger Nest) , Rinpung Dzong (Paro Dzong), Drukgyel Dzong, Ta-Dzong (National Museum of Bhutan) & Kyichu Lhakhang. Returning to the hotel in the evening. (Overnight stay at PARO hotel).

This morning, after breakfast, you will be taken to the Chelela pass (Snow Valley) . Returning to the hotel in the evening. (Overnight stay at Paro Hotel).

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Siliguri via Phuntoshiling. Check in to Siliguri Hotel and have the afternoon free to visit the famous Hong Kong Bazar. Evenings are free for leisure.

Post breakfast, transfer to Bagdogra Airport at 11 AM.

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  • Transfer from Bagdogra to Phuntoshiling and Phuntoshiling to Bagdogra / Siliguri by private Car.
  • Siliguri Hotel to Bagdogra Airport drop by private Car.
  • Bhutan Tour by Private Car .

  • All traveler entry fees and camera fees at the monuments and attractions.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Flower Decoration & other Special services for Honeymoon.
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Major Sightseeing Places
    • Tashichho Dzong : meaning "fortress of the glorious religion", was initially erected in 1641 and rebuilt by King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck in the 1960s. It is one of the largest dzongs in Bhutan. The Dzong houses the throne room and office of His Majesty and is the seat of government and religious affairs in the kingdom. The northern portion of the dzong has the summer residence of the central monastic body and His Holiness the Je Khenpo (chief abot). It is open to visitors only during the Thimphu Tsechu (held in autumn) and during winter when the monk body moves to Punakha.
    • National Memorial Chorten : This monument was built in 1974 in the memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. It was originally the idea of Bhutan’s third king, H.M. Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, to erect a monument for world peace and prosperity, but could not be done due to his untimely death. So, after his death, it was built in his memory and to serve as a monument to world peace.
    • National Library : The National Library was established in the late 1960s and it houses an extensive collection of Buddhist literature, mostly in block-printed format, and some of the works are several hundred years old. There is also a small collection of books in English on the ground floor, mainly on Buddhism, Bhutan, the Himalayan region, and neighbouring countries.
    • Institute For Zorig Chusum : Commonly known as the Painting School, it is an institute established primarily to preserve and promote Bhutan’s unique artistic tradition, which played a vital role in moulding its distinct heritage. The Institute offers a six-year course on the 13 traditional arts and crafts of Bhutan, and on a visit one can see students learning the various skills taught at the school.
    • National Institute Of Traditional Medicine : The Institute was established in 1967 as a centre for indigenous medicine and practice. In olden times, people primarily relied on indigenous medicines to cure their illnesses. The Institute also serves as a training school for traditional medicine practitioners.
      The complex is closed to visitors due to considerations of hygiene, but one can still walk around and view it from the outside.
    • Changangkha Lhakhang : This temple is one of the oldest in Thimphu and was built in the 12th century by Nyima, the son of Phajo Drugom, the founder of the Drukpa school of Buddhism in Bhutan. The temple is highly revered by the Bhutanese, especially because new born babies are normally brought here to seek blessings from the deity.
    • Takin Preserve : The Takinis the national animal of Bhutan.
    • BBS Tower : View point of Thimphu Town.
    • Folk Heritage Museum & The Textile Museum : These museums, both of which opened in 2001, provide fascinating insights into Bhutanese material culture and way of life and is a ‘must see’ when in Thimphu.
    • It lies in western Bhutan at an elevation of 2280 m. As the only airport in the kingdom is located here, it is the gateway into this mystical kingdom. The main tourist attractions in Paro are:
    • Taktshang : Or "Tiger’s Nest", is one of the most famous places to visit in Bhutan and one of the holiest sites in Bhutan. It is perched on a steep granite cliff at 2950 metres, overlooking the northern Paro valley. The place is especially venerated because of its association with Guru Rimpoche, and it is believed that more merit is gained if we meditate even for a minute in Tasktshang than many months in other places. The main temple was built in 1692, and the temple was badly damaged by fire several times, the most recent one being in 1998.
    • Rinpung Dzong : or "the fortress of the heap of jewels", was built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to defend the Paro valley from Tibetan invasion, and presently it serves as the central monastic and administrative seat of the district of Paro. It is one of Bhutan’s most impressive and finest examples of Bhutanese architecture. It is different from other Dzongs in Bhutan as it is in a square and the "utse" (central tower) is surrounded by the outer structure. The dzong houses one of the most sacred "Thongdrols" (meaning religious banners) of about 20 sq. metres and is displayed only once a year during the Paro Tshechu (annual festival). The third king of Bhutan was crowned in this dzong.
    • Nya-Mey Zam : or "The Bridge with No Fish" is the bridge that connects Paro town to the dzong. It is one of the finest specimens in Bhutan and locals believe that if one sees a fish in the river, it is an ill omen. The previous bridge, which could be folded during a battle, was washed away by a flood in 1969. 
    • Ta Dzong : is strategically located on a hill above the dzong and was built in 1649. "Ta"means to see or watch, and "dzong" means fortress. This monument served as a watch tower for the Paro Dzong. There is said to be an underground tunnel that leads to the water supply below. The structure was converted to the National Museum in 1968. Ta Dzong holds a fascinating collection of art, relics, religious thangkha paintings, exquisite postage stamps, coins, handicrafts, and a small natural history collection.
    • Drukgyel Dzong : The "fortress of the victorious Drukpas" was built in 1649 to celebrate Bhutanese victory over the Tibetan invasions . What stands as a mere tourist spot today was once western Bhutan’s most strategic fort from which many Tibetan invasions were repulsed. Under the leadership of Zhabdrung, the Bhutanese fought 12 battles with the Tibetans in different places, with one being in this particular place. It was destroyed by fire in 1951, and the towering outer walls and central tower still remain an imposing sight. On a clear day, there is a splendid view of Mt. Chomolhari from the approach road to this place.
    • Kyichu Lhakhang : It consists of twin temples, and the older one is one of the 108 temples built by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet in 659 AD. This temple is deeply venerated for its antiquity and the role it plays in Bhutan's history. The construction of this temple and Jampa Lhakhang in Bumthang marked Bhutan for the first time on the Buddhist map. The temple contains one of the most sacred statues in the Country — the jowo, which is the image of Buddha at eight years old and is similar to the one that is present in the Jokhang temple in the Potola Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.
    • Dochula Pass : 108 chortens/stupas were constructed in 2004 by Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck to commemorate Bhutan’s victory over the Terriost.
    • Punakha Dzong : It was built strategically at the junction of the Pho Chu and Mo Chhu rivers in 1637. It is the second oldest and second largest Dzong in Bhutan and one of its most majestic structures.
    • Iron Suspension Bridge : Punakha suspension It is known for the 2nd longest suspension bridge in Bhutan. The bridge is perfect for those who wish to get their heart pumping with excitement.
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