Hello Mumbaikars ..! Is the daily humdrum with busy work and traffic pressure squeezing the life out of you? If yes, then it's time to drain that out and treat your eyes and soul to the mystique charm of nature on a Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai. Well, we must say, there is something magical about this Buddhist Kingdom, as this simple yet amazing land somehow manages to touch your soul and mend it peace and happiness that gets replaced with busy schedules. So don’t wait, and book now a Bhutan Tour Package from Mumbai and lighten up your mood in a spectacular peaceful domain while cozying up in the lap of luxury all away from the hullaballoo of Mumbai marine drive to find yourself in the stretch of soothing nature.
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Destinations Covered in 7N/8D Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai via Bagdogra Airport : Phuentsholing 1N | Thimphu 2N | Punakha 1N | Paro 2N | Lataguri 1N
Pickup & Drop for Bhutan Tour from Mumbai : Bagdogra International Airport [IXB], West Bengal, India
|Thimphu||2,334 m||27.4712° N, 89.6339° E|
|Paro||2,200 m||27.4287° N, 89.4164° E|
|Punakha||1,274 m||27.5921° N, 89.8797° E|
|Chele La Pass||3,988 m||27.3698° N, 89.3466° E|
|Phobjikha Valley||3,000 m||27.4594° N, 90.1802° E|
|Tigers Nest Monastery||3,120 m||27.2930° N, 89.2148° E|
|Dochula Pass||3,100 m||27.2924° N, 89.4501° E|
|Haa Valley||2,670 m||27.3333° N, 89.1833° E|
|Gasa||2,850 m||27.8983° N, 89.7310° E|
|Dagana||1,464 m||27.0970° N, 89.8739° E|
We are happy to announce that, again NatureWings Holidays has come up with Mumbai to Paro Non Stop Direct Charter Flight in May 2023. This Charter Flight straight from Mumbai to Paro was much awaited and finally we launched it in May. The Departure Dates are: 14th May, 21st May and 28th May. The round fare from Mumbai to Paro is INR 46,000/- Per Head. So, dear Mumbaiker's, come and grab this exciting opportunity to explore Bhutan - the Land of Happiness with NatureWings Holidays.
|Airlines||Origin City||Dep Dt.||Dep Time||Arrival City||Arrv Time||Duration|
|Bhutan Airlines||Mumbai [BOM]||14th May / 21st May / 28th May 2023||11:00 am||Paro [PBH]||14:30 PM||03h 30m (non-stop)|
|Bhutan Airlines||PARO [PBH]||21st May / 28th May / 04th June 2023||08:40 am||Mumbai [BOM]||13:00 PM||04h 20m (non-stop)|
Bhutan Airlines and Druk Airways operates flights from Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati Airport to the Paro Airport [PBH] throughout the year. Guests can take domestic flights from Mumbai to either Delhi or Kolkata or Guwahati and then from there guests can take direct flight to Paro Airport [PBH] of Bhutan.
Flight Timings and AirFare may vary from time to time
|SpiceJet||Mumbai [BOM]||07:20||Delhi [Del]||09:35||02 h 15 m (non-stop)|
|GoFirst||Mumbai [BOM]||06:00||Delhi [Del]||08:05||02 h 05 m (non-stop)|
|Vistara||Mumbai [BOM]||06:00||Delhi [Del]||08:05||02 h 05 m (non-stop)|
|AirIndia||Mumbai [BOM]||07:00||Delhi [Del]||09:05||02 h 05 m (non-stop)|
|IndiGo||Mumbai [BOM]||07:45||Delhi [Del]||09:55||02 h 10 m (non-stop)|
|SECTOR||FLIGHT NO||DEP DATE||DEP DAY||DEP TIME||ARR TIME||DURATION|
|FROM 1ST AUGUST 2023 TO 31ST DECEMBER 2023|
|CCU - PBH||B3 701||OCT : 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31||MON, TUE, WED, FRI, SAT, SUN||08:15||09:55||01h 10 Direct Flight|
|CCU - PBH||B3 701||NOV : 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28, 30||MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN||08:15||09:55||01h 10 Direct Flight|
|CCU - PBH||B3 701||DEC : 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24, 26, 28, 29, 31||TUE, THU, FRI, SUN||1440||1630|
|PBH - CCU||B3 700||OCT : 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31||MON, TUE, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN||08:15||11:15||01h 10 Direct Flight|
|PBH - CCU||B3 700||NOV : 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 20, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 30, 31||MON, TUE, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN||10:35||11:15||01h 10 Direct Flight|
|PBH - CCU||B3 700||DEC : 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 26, 28, 29||MON, TUE, THU, FRI||10:35||11:15||01h 10 Direct Flight|
|Departure||Sector||Outward Journey Time||Sector||Inbound Journey Time|
|Sunday||Delhi → Paro||Depart 10:20 - Arrive 13:00||Paro → Delhi||Depart 07:30 - Arrive 09:20|
|Monday||Delhi → Paro||Depart 12:35 - Arrive 16:15||Paro → Delhi||Depart 08:30 - Arrive 11:35|
|Tuesday||Delhi → Paro||Depart 10:20 - Arrive 13:00||Paro → Delhi||Depart 07:30 - Arrive 09:20|
|Wednesday||Delhi → Paro||Depart 10:20 - Arrive 13:00||Paro → Delhi||Depart 07:30 - Arrive 09:20|
|Thursday||Delhi → Paro||Depart 10:20 - Arrive 13:00||Paro → Delhi||Depart 07:30 - Arrive 09:20|
|Saturday||Delhi → Paro||Depart 12:35 - Arrive 16:15||Paro → Delhi||Depart 08:30 - Arrive 11:35|
|Airlines||Flight No||Origin||Departure||Destination||Dep Days|
|Drukair-Royal Bhutan Airlines||KB 541||[GAU]||15:20||[PBH]||Sunday|
|Drukair-Royal Bhutan Airlines||KB 540||[PBH]||08:05||[GAU]||Saturday|
Bagdogra Airport is located about 16 km (9.9 mi) west of the city of Siliguri in the Darjeeling district in northern West Bengal. Bagdogra Airport is well connected with all the cities of India including Mumbai. You can enter the last Buddhist Kingdom foothill, the Phuentsholing town which is 170 KM (4 hrs approx) only from Bagdogra Airport. Guests from Mumbai / Pune can easily fly to Bagdogra Airport from where NatureWings offers Bhutan Group Tour.
|PLACE||HOTEL NAME||ROOM CATEGORY||HOTEL CATEGORY||NO. OF NIGHTS|
|Thimphu||Hotel White Tara||Deluxe||3* TCB||2|
|Punakha||Hotel Kingaling||Deluxe||3* TCB||1|
|Paro||Hotel Namseycholing||Deluxe||3* TCB||2|
|Phuentsholing||Hotel Gadhen / Amo Chhu||Deluxe||3* TCB||2|
Following are the documents required for Indian tourists to travel Bhutan from Mumbai or Pune. Guest can carry any one of the two valid travel documents :
Summer in Bhutan is between June to end of September when temperature in most of the central Bhutan prevails between 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. It's a kind of Sunny and little humid, nights are cold and you may feel to wear light woolen garments or jackets. Surrounding of cities and tourist points seems green everywhere and clear sky gives an opportunity to behold the long range of snow clad Himalayan peaks. If you travel this time, you can experience Haa Festival which signifies the Bhutanese food, culture, tradition and way of life. With less crowed you can visit and experience many sightseeing places at peace. So, summer is one of the best times to choose for Bhutan Holidays from Mumbai.
In terms of travel month, autumn is the best season for Bhutan Holiday Tour from Mumbai. With pleasant weather which range between 10 to 15 degree, travelling and sightseeing in day time makes comfortable while the nights are considerably chill but enjoyable. This is the festive season in Bhutan and travelers get a chance to sneak the authentic cultural heritage and festivals of Bhutan. The Black-Necked Crane Festival, Paro Tshechu, Punakha Tshechu is held with great festivity mood among Bhutanese people. Dzongs and monasteries come into live with colorful flags flattering in wind, big Thonkas and dances of masked man. For tourist it is high time to travel. But NatureWings suggest to book your Bhutan Package within summer season to avoid peak season rush and non-availibity of hotels and flight tickets.
Winter in Bhutan is not so soothing, rather it's harsh. Due to high Himalayan altitude during winter temperature drops rapidly and cities like Thimphu, Paro, Punakha gets covered under thick blanket of snow making life standstill. In northern parts high-altitude area temperatures can get down to sub-zero. As harsh weather prevails, Gov of Bhutan declares holidays in schools, collages, and Gov. Offices also. Accessibility between different place become difficult due to heavy snowfall. In spite of that, if you wish to experience the snow and cold with some of the festivals that happen during winter, you obviously can book your Bhutan Package Tour this time. Some festivals like Monggar Tshechu, Trashigang Tshechu, Lhuntse Tshechu and Trongsa Tshechu is held between November and December. So don't look back, book your Bhutan Tour from Mumbai in winter without any hesitates. Winter in Bhutan is Awesome!
After a long harsh and cold winter, Bhutan comes to alive during spring. The blooms of Jacaranda and Rhododendron marks the spring in Bhutan. The roads, valleys and surroundings are covered with purple petals which makes the ambience like heaven. During March to May, with little or no rain, sky become crystal clear which marks the begining of world famous Jomolhari and Drukpath treks? Moreover, this is the time of some of the great auspicious festivals like Paro Tshechu, Gasa Tshechu, Rhooddendron festivals, Talo Tshechu etc. The King of Bhutan also takes part in these festival activities. During March to May Bhutan is usually packed with tourists, so NatureWings advise to book Bhutan package from Mumbai as early as possible along with the flights to avoid peak season surcharge, hotel sur-charges and extra flight cost.
|Travel Months||City||Max Temp||Min Temp|
|THIMPHU SIGHTSEEING PLACES AND THE ENTRY FEES (IN NGULTRUM)|
|Tashichhoe Dzong (Fort)||Thimphu||Nu.500||Mon-Fri from 5pm & Sat-Sun from 9am to 6pm|
|Buddha Dordenma Statue||Thimphu||No Entry Fee||Time-9am to 5pm|
|Thimphu Memorial Chorten||Thimphu||Nu.500||Anytime|
|Changangkha Lhakhang (Temple)||Thimphu||Nu.500||Anytime between 8am to 5pm|
|Takin Preservation Centre||Thimphu||Nu.300||9am to 5pm|
|Simtokha Dzong (Fort)||Thimphu||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm|
|National Library||Thimphu||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm on Mon to Fri|
|The Royal Textile Museum||Thimphu||Nu.250||Mon to Sat from 9am to 4pm|
|National Institute for Zorig Chusum (Painting School)||Thimphu||Nu.100||Mon to Fri 10am to 3:30pm|
|Folk Heritage Museum||Thimphu||Nu.50||Open from 9am to 4pm on Mon to Sun|
|PUNAKHA SIGHTSEEING PLACES AND THE ENTRY FEES|
|Punakha Dzong (Fort)||Punakha||Nu.500||11am to 1pm & 3pm to 5pm (Nov to May) and other time anytime bwtn 9am to 5pm|
|Chimmi Lhakhang (Temple)||Punakha||Nu.500||9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm|
|PARO SIGHTSEEING PLACES AND THE ENTRY FEES|
|Kyichu Lhakhang (temple)||Paro||Nu.500||9am to 12pm & 1pm to 4pm|
|Rinpung Dzong (Fort)||Paro||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm (Summer) & 9am to 4pm (Winter)|
|Dobji Dzong||Paro||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm|
|National Museum of Bhutan||Paro||Nu.300||Opens from 9am to 4pm throughout the week except on govt & local holidays|
|Taktshang (Tiger Nest Monastery)||Paro||Nu.1000||9am to 5pm|
|TRONGSA SIGHTSEEING PLACES AND THE ENTRY FEES|
|Trongsa Dzong||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm (Summer ) & 9am to 4pm (Winter)|
|Trongsa Ta Dzong (Watch tower)||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm (Summer ) & 9am to 4pm (Winter)|
|BUMTHANG SIGHTSEEING PLACES AND THE ENTRY FEES|
|Jampa Lhakhang||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm (Summer ) & 9am to 4pm (Winter)|
|Kurjey Lhakhang||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm (Summer ) & 9am to 4pm (Winter)|
|Jakar Dzong||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm (Summer ) & 9am to 4pm (Winter)|
|PHUENTSHOLING SIGHTSEEING PLACES AND THE ENTRY FEES|
|Rinchending Goenpa (temple)||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm|
|Palden Tashi Choling Shedra||Trongsa||No Entry Fee||9am to 5pm|
|NOTE : 50% monument fees exemption on entry fees for children of 6 years to 18 years and no fee for children of 5 years and below.|
Meet & greet on arrival at Bagdogra Airport for your Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai and drive towards the Indo – Bhutanese Border town Phuentsholing through the lush green Tea Estates of West Bengal. This is going be a memorable journey among the green nature everywhere. After reaching Phuentsholing check in to the Hotel & Evening for Leisure.
This is the most exciting day of this Bhutan Trip as today we will travel the most important town and capital of Bhutan - Thimphu. After breakfast at hotel in Phuentsholing proceeds towards Thimphu via the wonderful mystic town Gedu, which is about 9000 ft above the sea level. Enroute once you cross Kharbandi you can visit Sangye Migjur Ling. It is 10km from Phuentsholing on the way to Thimphu. Then witness Wangkha waterfalls and halt at Chuzum to take photographs of the confluence of two rivers of Bhutan, Thimphu Chu and Paro Chu. Rest of the day is free for leisure. You can explore various Pubs and Nightclubs in Thimphu. Overnight at hotel in Thimphu.
|Mojo Park||Chang Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan||5 PM - 12 AM|
|Space 34||Chang Lam, Main Town, Thimphu||9 PM - 1 AM|
|Om Bar||Thimphu, Bhutan||5 PM - 1 AM|
|Vivacity||Sheten Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan||7 PM - 12 AM|
|Club Ace||Thimphu, Bhutan||9 PM - 1 AM|
|Barz Brothers||Thimphu, Bhutan||Open 24 hours|
|Benez Bar||Jangchhub Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan||10 AM - 11 PM|
As the sun spread its warm rays across the beautiful Thimphu valley, begins your day with a hot cup of Suja (Butter Tea) and move towards the breakfast table to enjoy their delicious spread before leaving for Thimphu local sightseeing.
The National Memorial Chorten or Thimphu Chorten - Also known as Thimphu Chorten is a site for evening prayer. The chorten was build in the third King memory, and it was continuously circumambulated by people, murmuring mantras and spinning their prayer wheels. The idea to construct this landmark was proposed by Bhutan third King, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuk ("the father of modern Bhutan"), who has wished to erect a monument to the World for peace and prosperity. Completed in 1974 after Majesty's untimely death, it served as a memorial to the late King and a monument of peace.
The Clock Tower - Located at the centre of the Thimphu Town, the Clock Tower Square is an architectural wonder one can behold during Bhutan package tour from Mumbai. This tower differs from every other construction or building in Bhutan. It is basically a tower with four clock faces in four directions. The tower depicts of Bhutanese architecture pattern which is basically painted or engraved on wood. The tower is decorated with many intricately carved floral patterns, paintings, and replica of dragons. The dragons on the tower are facing each clock in the tower, which is interesting to look at. The dragon is a holy animal in Bhutanese culture, and it stands for the country's independence.
As this place is a prime attraction among locals and travelers in Bhutan, most people come here in the evening to see and enjoy the exquisite carvings and paintings. This tower is one of the busiest locations in town because there are numerous restaurants, gift shops, and hotels nearby. The square is in close proximity to a number of trade fairs, concerts, and other events. The area of clock tower and its surroundings occasionally hosts live music events, which makes the place vibrant and full of life and energy. You can buy gifts for your family and friends at one of the many shopping centers in the area. There is a little playground for children that are also a great place for a picnic and a fun evening activity.
Sakyamuni Buddha - On the top of Kuensel Phodrang hill sits the statue of Great Buddha Dordenma. The 51.5-meter long gilded bronze statue would surely attract you, and the uninterrupted view of the valley would leave you spellbound. This site is also known as Buddha Viewpoint.
Changangkha Lhakhang – At Thimphu, you will come across several monasteries and temples, but Changangkha Lhakhang is the most important religious structure amongst all. The fabric is dedicated to Avalokiteshvara, a sign of compassion dating back to the 15th century, the oldest in the region, and from here, enjoy the grand view of Thimphu valley.
Takin Zoo – In here, you will find the National animal of Bhutan, "Takin". Takin is one of the most endangered species of the World, and it is available only in Bhutan, preserved in open habitat.
Trashi Chhoe Dzong - Or the Fortress of the Glorious Region is another 'must visit' site on a Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai. Situated on the west bank of Wang Chhu River, the Trashi Chhoe Dzong is the formal coronation site of the fifth King that hosts the annual Tsechu festival. This Dzong was built in the year 1641 by the political and religious unifier of Bhutan, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, later it was reconstructed in the 1960s in a traditional Bhutanese manner, without the use of nails or architectural plans. Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu.
As your Hot Ngaja (a Sweet Bhutanese milk tea) arrives sip into it while enjoying the beautiful valley from the room. Post breakfast heads towards Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan. Punakha is much backward from the chaotic city life at an elevation of 1200 m, which makes this place quite warm in winter and chill during summer. The valley is famous for Red and White Rice farming along the Pho and Mo Chu river's stretch. En-route visit.
Punakha Dzong : Also known as "The Palace of Great Happiness", Punakha Dzong is located at the confluence of the Pho Chhu (father) and Mo Chhu (mother) rivers in the Punakha–Wangdue valley. This Dzong is the most picturesque of all Bhutan ancient fortresses and it joins the mainland by an arched wooden bridge that contains many precious relics from the days when successive kings reigned the Kingdom from this Punakha valley.
Suspension Bridge - This hidden treasure in the Punakha Valley connects the rest of the valley to the old administrative center of Punakha Dzongkhag. The whole deck is covered with prayer flags and provides a perfect spot for bird watching and photography.
Chimi Lhakhang (Fertility Temple) : Stationed at the top of a hillock, the Chimi Lhakhang is a site dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley. Known as the 'Divine Madman,' Lama Drukpa Kuenley is said to use songs, humor, and outrageous behavior to preach his teachings. Chimi Lhakhang temple is believed to be the temple of fertility, and the Bhutanese hold a strong belief that childless couples are blessed by Lama Drukpa Kuenley if they visit the temple and pray for a child. The road to the temple follows a picturesque rural trail through the paddy field that takes visitors to the temple from the road, and after crossing the paddy field, you will find a tiny stream from where Chimi Lhakhang is just a short climb away. Overnight stayat hotel in Punakha.
From the beautiful valley, the next destination is the busy Paro town. After 3 hour 30 minutes, enter the picturesque Paro town, located at an elevation of 2,200 m. Paro valley is the most extensive valley in entire Bhutan and is blessed with mesmerizing nature, fertile rice fields, deep valleys, and a crystalline river. The beautiful view of the mountains, clear sky, and dense coniferous forest with chirping birds can make you fall in love with its first glimpse. Post Lunch enjoy Paro Sightseeing -
National Museum of Bhutan : In 1968, The National Museum of Bhutan was built, which stands inside the ancient Ta-dzong building that showcases Bhutan culture and is stationed right above Rinpung Dzong in Paro. This museum is the house of beautiful specimens from Bhutanese art and culture, with main highlights are the paintings and bronze statues which are placed in extensive galleries, from where you can get to know a lot about Bhutan art and culture.
Rinpung Dzong : Built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1646, the first spiritual and temporal ruler of Bhutan, the Dzong houses the monastic body of Paro, the office of the Dzongda (district administrative head) and Thrimpon (judge) of Paro district. The approach to the Dzong is through a traditional covered bridge called Nemi Zam.
Nya MeyZam Bridge : "The Bridge with No Fish" is the bridge that connects Par town to Dzong. It is one of the finest specimens in Bhutan and local believe if one sees a fish in the river, it is an ill omen. The earlier bridge which could be folded during the war was washed away by a flood in 1969.
Paro Airport View Point : This is the finest valley view point to look after Paro Valley and Paro Airport. This view point overlooks the along with all the Dzongs and Monasteries.
The Paro town is full of Dzongs (monasteries), where you can join the monks for prayers as they wrap themselves in red robes with priceless smiles or walk down to the bed of Paro Chu and dip your feet in the cold crystalline water. Overnight at hotel in Paro.
From the beautiful valley, let's move towards the Chele-La-Pass (3,998m). So, post breakfast let's proceed towards the gateway to mini heaven aka the spectacular Chela-La-Pass, which is barely a few hours from the Paro town and is well known for being the highest motor-able pass in Bhutan, that offers a panoramic view of Bhutan's second-highest sacred peak, Mt. Jomolhari (7314m) and other snow-clad ranges on a clear day. The journey through the winding roads is very charming as the green valleys, chirping birds snowy mountains, and the fantastic view on both sides are sure to keep everyone glued, and the breath-taking scenery keeps you going.
As the sun rays touch the beautiful Paro valley, wake up in the middle of Mother Nature and relish the beautiful view of the river and mountains in a single frame. Enjoy the gala spread but make sure to add some protein to it, as climbing to the top of the Taksang Monastery and back will require a good boost.
Taktsang Monastery : After covering 1,200 meters on a fierce cliff, you will reach this sacred site known as the Tiger Nest. Once you climb to the top, take a deep breath of the fresh air and soother the eyes and soul with the stunning view of the scenic surroundings and the valley lying underneath—the Taktsang Monastery, established by Sain Guru Rinpoche, who came to Bhutan in 747 CE. Construction was of the complex was completed in 1694. After 3 hours of some adventurous trek, discover the Tiger Nest monastery, and if you wish, opt for a horse ride from the parking lot to reach the top. While trekking, witness the glorious view of the Paro town, with its lush green valleys, sparkling river, clear blue sky, and moving clouds, in short, enjoy nature at its best. Overnight in Paro.
|Location||Approx 11.7 km from Paro town, Bhutan|
|Elevation||3,120 meters (10,236ft) above sea level|
|Duration of the Tiger's Nest hike||5-6 hours (Back and forth)|
|Tiger's Nest Trekking Distance||4 Miles (6.43 Kilometers) - Round Trip|
|Tiger's Nest Trek Difficulty||Moderate - Steep Ascend|
|Best Months to Visit Tiger's Nest Monastery||March, April, May and September, October, November, December|
|Gears needed to hike Tiger's Nest||Normal hiking shoes, Water bottle, Some snacks, energy bars, Camera, Hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Walking Pole/Stick|
|Opening time of Tiger's Nest Monastery||(October-March) 8 am-1 pm and 2 pm-5 pm |
(April-September) 8 am-1 pm and 2 pm-6 pm daily
After breakfast, proceed from Paro to Phuentsholing transfer. After reaching check in to the hotel evening in leisure. Overnight in Phuentsholing.
Post breakfast checkout from the Hotel and proceed towards Bagdogra Airport [IXB]. With this wonderful Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai via Bagdogra Airport cherish your memories forever.
1. Valid Indian Passports, the expiry date of the passport should be more than 6 months from the intended date of departure from Bhutan or /
2. Valid voter identity card/Election Card issued by the Election Commission of India
Aadhaar Cards (Unique Identification Number Cards), PIO Cards (Persons of Indian Origin), OCI Cards (Overseas Citizen of India), Driving License (Issued by concern departments), Certificates or Letters (Issued by concern departments), Original Birth Certificates are not considerd as valid documents for Bhutan Tour.
Thimphu is the main hub where you can enjoy a bit of nightlife but not like Mumbai, and the good news is that some clubs and discs remain open till late at night, but the majority of city shops shut down after 9 Pm, including the restaurants.
River rafting can be enjoyed in Punakha on the Pho Chu River which has a 16 Km course stretch with about 15 rapids, and Mo Chu River with nearly 10 Km course around 10 rapids.
Bhutanese Cuisine uses a good amount of chilies, enough to make your mouth numb, so before placing the order do tell them about the spice level. Try out the drooling Ema Datshi with Red Rice which is yak cheese and lots of red and green chilies, Jasha Maru or spicy chicken, Dumplings, Phaksha Paa which is for the pork lovers with lots of red chilies and on the sides of these dishes enjoy local beer or whiskey with every bite.
Yes, alcohol is cheaper in Bhutan, and the locally made alcohol is good in taste, and these beverages act as a great souvenir for the boozers. Do try out Ara, the traditional hot alcoholic beverage consumed by the majority of the population and is made of rice, barley, wheat, or millet, and herbs which is either fermented or diluted.
Bhutan doesn't like skin showoff, so you will find both men and women flaunting their traditional dress a Gho for him and Kira for her whenever on streets including the small children's wearing the miniature version. Keeping this in mind don't carry shorts, sleeveless, hats, short skirts, flip flops, and t-shirts on your trip. So pack wisely as many times visitors are not allowed to step inside the monastery if found violating the dress code.
March to May or June is spring in Bhutan and it is the best time to travel from Mumbai. During this time, the air becomes clear fresh with sunny sky. The average temperature during this time becomes 20°C to 25°C which is very much soothing and comfortable for a tripper. This is the most pleasant time in Bhutan with dry and sunny weather all the time. The famous rhododendrons bloom this time and flood the valleys with color. From June to August monsoon comes and the mountain covers with heavy rain. Flights (except the chartered flights) may interrupt their schedule due to rain. So, if are really looking for Bhutan Trip, book your Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai between March to June which is considered as the peak tourist season in Bhutan.
Paro Taktsang or Tiger's Nest Monastery is a sacred place and mostly visited tourist destination for every Bhutan traveler. The site is located approximately 10 km north of Paro at an elevation of approx 10,000ft. To visit this astonishing place, travelers must trek for 2 to 3 hrs among the beautiful, shady pine forest.
This is one of the mostly circulated queries on web. In NatureWings opinion first of October to end of December is best time to hike Tiger's Nest as during this time, sky remains cool, clear and trekking seems comfortable. From January to end of February, heavy snowfall happens in the region and entire monastery remains under thick snow making it impossible to hike. Again spring season comprising of first of April to end of June is also best time to hike Tiger's Nest. Travelers are advised to restrain from visiting this place from July to end of September due to rainy season.
Raven (Corvus corax) is the national bird of Bhutan.
Medium-grain Red Rice is the staple food of Bhutan.
The use of credit/debit card facility through swiping is really limited in Bhutan. However, you can use your debit card to withdraw cash from Bhutan ATM. Please check with your Bank / Card issuing authority whether your particular card is valid to withdraw money from Bhutan ATM. However you can expect the service charges associated with the ATM withdrawal and it varies from card to card and depends on the agreement between your Bhutan ATM Bank and your card issuance Bank. So, it is advisable always to carry Indian cash and Reserve Bank of India allows carrying RS 25,000/- Per Head cash to Bhutan.
Yes, you can carry Indian Note to Bhutan. Except Rs 2000/- Note, which is not a legal tender in Bhutan? However, many merchants in Bhutan now days accept Rs 2000/- Note.
Yes, you can get Pure Vegetarian restaurant in Thimphu and Paro. You can get authentic Gujarati, Rajasthani and Jain veg food in Nivana Restaurant. However, other than Thimphu and Paro, you won’t get pure vegetarian restaurant, but you can certainly get the Vegetarian food. In all Hotels, you will get the pure vegetarian food. It is suggested that please mention your food preferences to NatureWings while booking Bhutan Package Tour from Mumbai.
Bhutan is considered one of the safest countries for woman. So, Solo woman travelling from Mumbai is absolutely very safe, particularly if you take Paro Airport to Paro Airport route. We recommend for a solo woman to avoid the land route through Phuentsholing.
In Bhutan, medical facility is really limited, only in Thimphu General Hospital you can consult specialist doctors. Rest of the places in Bhutan, the facility is really limited.
Dialysis facility is available only in Thimphu. You need to do prior appointment for the dialysis. Please consult your travel specialist for arranging the appointments. Please also consult your doctors before taking any decision regarding Dialysis facility in Bhutan.
Bhutan Package Tour Reviews
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We have concluded our memorable Bhutan tour from Delhi in the last week. It was arranged perfectly by naturewings. Mr Sarkar has done all the bookings after consulting us time to time and provided us the booking vouchers collectively. Sabitra was our tour coordinator who was constantly in touch with us on WhatsApp and asking us about the ups and downs of the experiences.
Our Bhutan Tour guide was Lobzang who is a decent and knowledgeable person. He accompanied us throughout the tour. Our driver Bijay was a funny and cooperative guy. On a whole the experience with naturewings was very very good.
A personal trip made memorable by Nature Wings, Bhutan was always special destination for me and the experience was great!
Hi Soumalya, We are very much thankful to you for planning entire trip with so proper itinerary, without any hectic schedule. We were able to enjoy all beautiful places, clicking lots of photographs without any worries about reaching to next destination. Hotels were good. Food was great. Especially, we enjoyed ourselves much at Mrs. Sonam's house. She was a gem, very warm and kind hearted lady and great cook. We enjoyed food at her place more than any other since it was home made with love and care. Special thanks to her and Mr Sonam too. Mr. Parmesh, our driver was very helpful too and entertained us lot. He was our part-time guide too.
Once again, I thank you for responding all my queries so patiently and Mr Sandip Raha too (I got a first introductory call from him as soon as I had put my query late in the night around 11 PM) and for completing our trip with success and lots of good memories in Bhutan. I will blindly recommend Naturewings to anyone who is looking for Bhutan tour from Mumbai in future."
When planning for your holidays, we want to choose nothing but the best and Naturewings completely ensures that they give in their best and makes your trip a memorable one. I came across Naturewings on internet and was skeptical to shortlist them as they were based out of Kolkata and I belonged to Mumbai and there was no face to the name. On my first call with Sandip Raha, he assured me and my husband that he would take care of my itenary and I must say he has lived upto all his promises. Right from planning our itenary, to booking our tickets, to sharing the entire trip coordinates, he and his team has done a fab job to ensure that we don't face any troubles at any time. We were well received at the Paro airport by Soumlya Ghosh who thereon was in continuous touch to ensure that every aspect of the tour is well taken care of. Must say that all the properties were unique and the room view was mesmerizing
. Thank you Sandip to ensure that we come back with happy faces and memories worth a lifetime...
Kudos to Mr.Sandip Raha, Soumalya Ghosh and the entire team at Naturewings!!! 👍
I visited Bhutan along with my wife from 9th to 13th Nov'17. The entire package was arranged by NatureWings. It may not be exaggerating to say that Nature wings is one of the finest tour operators i have come across so far. I was totally impressed by their quick and courteous response. They were continuously monitoring our stay in Bhutan. Particularly the response and attentiveness of Mr Suman and Soumalya is appreciable. Even the driver provided was so friendly and so was the vehicle. Coming to Bhutan it is really the land of happiness. We were totally mesmerized by the stunning beauty and ambience. In total it was pleasant trip of happiness altogether. I already referred Nature wings to my friends and for my future trips to Northeast India i prefer Nature wings. Keep it up guys. All the best.
I was searching a destination for Honeymoon and after scanning through a lot of available options we zeroed in on Bhutan the 1st country on Happiness index. Then the search began for popular travels conducting tours to Bhutan and to my shock I found that not many popular players conduct tours to Bhutan. Once while I was scanning through the internet i came across the site of "Naturewings" and sent an inquiry for one of the tour packages and I got a call from the director Mr. Sandip Raha the same evening. He gave me all the detailed information about packages and the options available, it was very much informative and all tour the information was in much detail. After a series of discussions emails, travel options hotel options, options of places to visit we finally choose the itinerary which suited us the best. And all through these communications Mr. Sandip Raha and his team was very patient in understanding our requirement and more than willing to help us in customizing the package. Our Bhutan package included the Popular destinations of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. During our entire stay at Bhutan Naturewings team remained in good contact from time to time which is a rare quality with other tour operators. All the hotels were chosen personally by Mr. Sandip Raha and all of them were really fantastic especially the hotel @ Paro. All in all i would say the experience with "Naturewings" was very good and I must say they have very strong network in this region and you can trust them. Once you have shared with them your requirement rest assured that Naturewings will come up with the best package and trust me they keep all there promises.
We just completed our butan trip arranged by NatureWings. well it was amazing, all the arrangements made by Mr Suman were good all hotel bookings and vechile provided were good. our tour destination for the first two days was changed at the last moment due to Bhutan govt holidays so we visited two days at jaldapara at West Bengal which was also an amazing experience with jungle safari. I would like to especially mention about our driver who was there through out the Bhutan trip Mr. Drupa, he was an excellent driver and an excellent person, very much devoted to his work thanks to nature wings for providing us such a nice driver. Actually my daughter Miss Saloni had searched nature wings through Google but we r happy with it Bhutan is such a wonderful place. Would love to visit eastern Bhutan too.
Thanks once again NatureWings & Specially Mr Suman.
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