Bhutan Deluxe Tour Package from Kolkata 7 Days-by Air

Bhutan Tour Package from Kolkata:

If you are migrating from Kolkata and seek to reach Bhutan for a wonderful vacation, then you can easily take a flight to the Paro International Airport where you will be picked by the The Weekender representative who further accompany you to the hotel which will be pre-booked. The Kolkata to Bhutan Tour Package will include all the explorations of the sightseeing spots like, museums, temples, monasteries, libraries, stupas and statues, the transfers from one place to another with utter safety and security, Travel to famous places namely, Punakha, Thimphu and so on. If you are counting on any of the exciting tour packages, then you will be glad to just sit back and enjoy the getaway services with your dear ones without stressing upon the bookings of eateries, accommodation, tickets for travels and so on.

A rich variety of untouched beauty, historical monuments and UNESCO sites reflect the richness of Bhutanese culture. This trip takes you to enchanting places like Thimphu, Punakha, Paro and one of the highest motor-able road- Chele La Pass which will give you the glimpse of Mt. Jomolhari. This is a beautiful journey that reveals very much about western Bhutan. Book Kolkata to Bhutan Tour with The Weekender.

Bhutan Tour Package from Kolkata-6 Nights & 7 Days
Pick up & Drop- Paro Airport

Bhutan 6N/7D- Thimpu 2N- Punakha 1N- Paro 3N, Entry/Exit-Paro Airport

Call for booking-+91 9830011715

Bhutan Tour package from Kolkata


Day 01: Arrival in Paro to Thimphu (1.5 hrs drive)
Fly on the wings of the Dragon to Bhutan, on arrival in Paro International Airport, complete the immigration formalities and exit through only one arrival gate where our dedicated team who will be holding placard, no one will be missed. We welcome with khaddar and proceed to Thimphu which will take about an hour and half. The route will follow Paro River until Chuzom from where we will bend towards Thimphu river taking us to the heart of capital city Thimphu. The entire stretch of drives is very scenic and picturesque as we pass by some of the beautiful villages of Bondey, Shaba, Isina etc until we enter welcome gate in Thimphu. Tachongang Lhakhang– En-route to Thimphu, stopover for little leg stretch walk crossing Paro River or enjoy the views from the roadside depending your arrival time. Chuzom– Meeting point of two rivers (Thimphu & Paro) this is tri junction of highway leading to Thimphu, Paro and Phuentsholing into three directions. Enjoy the lovely picture of beautiful portrait of our King and Queen placed at chuzom which is so welcoming to all who visits Bhutan. Overnight in Thimphu, altitude 2400m

Day 02: Thimphu Sightseeing
Thimphu– This bustling little city is the main center of commerce, religion and government in the country. Thimphu is the most modern city with an abundance of restaurants, internet cafes, nightclubs and shopping centers. However it still retains its cultural identity and values amidst the signs of modernization, often referred as world only city without traffic lights. Buddha Dordenma– The Buddha Dordenma is located at a top of the hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park and overlooks the southern entrance to Thimphu valley. The Buddha Dordenma is a gigantic 51.5-meter tall statue, making it one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world. Arts and Crafts Vocational School– Arts and Craft School is where student learn 13 different techniques to master in Bhutanese Arts. Some of the skills required eight years to graduate. You can see live carving, painting, sculpture etc. You are allowed to take the pictures/make video. Products made by students are on display at the showroom for sales as well. The school is closed in July and December to February, beside their exams and events. Folk Heritage Museum-This museum was established in 2001 and provides visitors with fascinating insights into the Bhutanese material culture and way of life, especially the life of Bhutanese in remote parts of Bhutan. Authentic Bhutanese Crafts Bazaar– Bhutan’s first ever craft bazaar located behind Hotel Taj Tashi showcases wide range of authentic Bhutan-made arts and craft products with reasonable price range. Handicraft Emporium– Realizing the importance of socio-economic growth, handicraft emporium was set up with the command of His Majesty 3rd King, this was the first step to showcase the authentic Bhutanese handicraft products in Bhutan. You can still find some of the fine products available here at reasonable cost. Witnessing Archery Match– Archery is the national game of Bhutan, it is amazing to see Bhutanese archers hitting target from a distance of 145 meters range. Bhutan has top archers on some categories on Olympic games. Weekend Market/Centenary Farmers Market– An interesting well organized permanent set of stalls built for vegetable vendors across the country. Its open from Wednesday to Monday and closed on Tuesdays. One can find wide range of local vegetables and fruits. Other side of the river is place for indigenous goods and handicrafts section, where locally produced goods, including religious objects, cloth, baskets and hats etc from various minority groups are sold here. These shops are open from Friday to Sunday only. Clock Tower Square– Situated in the heart of town, Clock Tower Square is a popular venue for open ground events such as cultural festivals, concerts, fund- raising events, live shows and trade fairs. The place is bounded by shops, cafes, souvenir shops and restaurants, making it one of the main attractions in the Thimphu town. Overnight in Thimphu

Bhutan Tour package from Kolkata

Day 03: Thimphu to Punakha (2 hrs drive)
Start the most scenic drive to Punakha from Thimphu over dochula pass which takes about two hours.  After the break at Dochula, the road descends into Wangdue and Punakha taking us to one of the warmest places of Bhutan. Dochula Pass– The pass is at a popular location as it offers a stunning 180 degree panoramic view of the Great Himalayan mountain ranges. The view is especially scenic and very clear on winter days with snowcapped mountains forming a majestic backdrop to the tranquility of the 108 chortens gracing the mountain pass. Lamperi Botanical Park– The park has many varieties of plants, herbs, birds and animals. This park is one of the must visit place for birds and nature lovers. You may enjoy the hot packed lunch here if you had planned picnic. Chimi Lhakhang- This temple is known as the temple of fertility. It is widely believed that childless couples can visit this temple to pray for better fertility to conceive the child. There are stories and incidences that many visitors dream came true however one must truly need to believe and follow the lama’s instruction. The hike though the lovely villages of Mesina gives truly amazing experience. Enjoy the gentle walks from the road head. Punakha Dzong– Built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the Dzong was named Druk Pungthang Dechen Phodrang (Palace of Great Happiness). Punakha is still the winter residence of Je-Khenpo religious head of Bhutan. King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck convened the first National Assembly here in 1952.  This is one of the finest and must see Dzongs of Bhutan. The Dzong stands in between meeting point of two rivers, Phochu and Mochu making the most photogenic Dzongs of Bhutan. Punakha Suspension Bridge– Punakha suspension bridge is considered one of the longest of its kind in Bhutan. The bridge connects the dzong with the villages Shengana, Samdingkha and Wangkha on the other bank of the Po Chhu river. In these small villages, locals sell their wares in tiny, traditional shops. Visitors can stop here for a quick and authentic view of true Bhutan.  The suspension bridge is only about 15 minutes’ walk from Punakha Dzong. Overnight in Punakha, altitude 1350m

Day 04: Punakha to Paro (3 hrs drive)
As we proceed to Paro, we will retrace the journey crossing over Dochula, up until Chuzom and further to Paro. The entire stretch of drive will refresh your mind and give you second chance to enjoy the great snowcapped mountain views of the Himalayas from Dochula. Riverside Visit- visit to riverside to enjoy the crystal clear river and group video/photo is must in Paro. HBT guides will take you to the best place to enjoy at beautiful river banks of Paro. Paro Airport Bird’s Eye View Point- The Paro international airport is among the top 10 most stunning and challenging airports in the world. The view point offers an exquisite view of the Paro valley. Paro Town– Tiny Paro town actually can offer lot more, there are many authentic handicraft shops, readily available Bhutan made products, grocery and imported garment shops beside having many small restaurants around. Overnight in Paro, altitude 2200m

Bhutan Tour package from Kolkata

Day 05: Paro Sightseeing
Home to Bhutan’s only international airport. Paro is also one of the most fertile valleys in the Kingdom producing a bulk of the locally famous red rice from its terraced fields. Blessed with beautiful weathers throughout the year and world famous and most sacred Buddhist pilgrimage Taktsang is located in Paro. Chele La Pass– Highest motor-able road pass connecting two districts Paro and Haa, an elevation of 3988m above the sea level. On clear days, one can enjoy view of the most sacred Mt. Jomolhari (7314m). The pass is dotted with beautiful prayer flags and offers amazing walks around, worth a visit while in Bhutan. You can also plan to ride mountain biking from Pass to Paro valley with the stretch of 36-48km, mostly downhill and easy ride. Dzongdrakha Goemba– Temple is situated on the western region of Paro Valley on the Cliffside and often referred as “Mini Taktsang” of Bhutan. Tucked in a cliff above Bondey village, visit to temple offers pictorial hikes and one of the must visit places in Paro for inquisitive guests while in Paro. Rinpung Dzong- ‘Fortress on a Heap of Jewels’, is ranked one of the best Bhutanese architecture. The massive buttressed walls that tower over the town are visible throughout the valley, particularly when landing at Paro Airport. The Dzong also offers administrative seat of the district of Paro. The Dzong was built in 1644 under the order of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. National Museum of Paro– Perched above Paro Dzong it was watchtower built in 1649 to protect the undefended Paro Dzong located below, renovated in 1968 to house the National Museum. Today this museum houses the best collections of all time historical items making worth for a visit. Overnight in Paro

Day 06: Paro Sightseeing
This picturesque region in the kingdom is covered in fertile rice fields and has a beautiful, crystalline river meandering down the valley. Paro has more of historical sites, high-end tourist resort and many souvenir shops for shopping including world famous Takstang. Taktsang/Tiger’s Nest Temple– is Bhutan’s most iconic landmark and religious Buddhist site in the world. The name Taktsang translates to “The Tiger’s Nest”. The temple is one of the holiest sites in Bhutan which clings impossibly to a sheer cliff face 900 meters above the valley. Although good trekkers can make it to the top in two hours, most of the guests take whole day to complete the hike. Outdoor Activities– Nicely made and well maintained activity place attached to whole sell Buddha statue store, offers wearing Bhutanese dress, playing archery and darts for guests visiting Bhutan.  Overnight in Paro

Day 07: End of the Tour 
Departure from the Kingdom of Bhutan

Bhutan Tour package from Kolkata


3 star Hotels

Thimpu-Amodhara/ Peaceful Resort / Wangchuk Resort / White Tara

Paro-Rema Resort/Galling/ Taktsang Paradise/ Dorjiling/ Namsaycholing Resort
Punakha- Pema Karpo / Meri Phunsum

Phuentsholing- Royal Orchid/ Damchen

4 star Hotels

Thimpu-Ariya Resort/ Hotel Migmar/Ramada Valley

Paro-Tashi Namgay / Tiger Nest

Punakha-Meri Puensum / Damchen Resort /Khuru Resort

Phuentsholing -Hotel Gamega

Bhutan Tour package from Kolkata



✓ US$ 40 visa fee per person for a single entry.
✓ SDF (Sustainable Development Fees) & Taxes for above said duration of stay in Bhutan.
✓ Visa process and E-permits arrangement as per the itinerary mentioned here.
✓ All accommodations on twin/double sharing basis or as per the group size.
Breakfast & your choice of lunch and dinner.
✓ Full-time English-Speaking License Guide from Heavenly Bhutan Travels.
✓ Transfers and sightseeing as per your itinerary by comfortable imported vehicles.
✓ Applicable entrance fees to those sightseeing indicated in the itinerary only.
✓ Farmhouse experiences for those interested guests.
✓ Cultural experiences and activities for those interested.
✓ Complimentary bottled water throughout the journey.


✗ Flight Fares (domestic & internationals), The Weekender can organize your flights
✗ Additional/Extra room supplement and room upgrade charges.
✗ Bank charges for payment transfers. Card payment charges are higher than wire transfer.
✗ Any alcoholic or nonalcoholic beverages taken from the hotels/restaurants
✗ Personal expenses or shopping, phone calls, use business center in the hotels etc.
✗ Travel Insurance covering COVID expenses & refund for unforeseen trip cancelation.
✗ Unexpected COVID/health care expenses if required & Personal COVID PPE
✗ Gratuities to guides and drivers.
✗ Activities like (Cycling, River Rafting, Motor Biking, Horse Riding, Cultural Program etc.).
✗ Anything which is not mentioned under inclusion are not included in the cost.


PersonsVehicle TypesRemarks
1 PersonSUVsSanta Fee/Tucson/Creta/any SUVs
2-3 PersonsSUVs/InnovaSUVs/Toyota Innovas
4-7 PersonsH1/HiaceHyundai H1 Mini Bus/Toyota Mini Bus
8-13 PersonsCoaster BusToyota Coaster Bus
14-20 PersonsCoaster BusToyota Coaster Bus

COST -Rs.35000/per person (if Six person travel together)

Bhutan Tour package from Kolkata

Terms & Conditions

  • The price does not include –
  • Expenses of personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, mini bar charges, tips, portage, camera fees etc.
  • Any meals and services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions
  • Airline seats and hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • In case of unavailability in the listed hotels, arrangement for an alternate accommodation will be made in a hotel of similar standard.
  • Check-in and check-out times at hotels would be as per hotel policies. These are generally pre-decided as per operation schedules.
  • Transportation shall be provided as per the itinerary and will not be at disposal.
  • Rates are based on above mentioned pax travelling together, any change in no of pax, days and date of journey will attract re-quote.
  • THE WEEKENDER reserves the right to modify the itinerary at any point, due to reasons including but not limited to: Force Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals, weather conditions, traffic problems, overbooking of hotels / flights, cancellation / re-routing of flights, closure of / entry restrictions at a place of visit, etc. While we will do our best to make suitable alternate arrangements, we would not be held liable for any refunds/compensation claims arising out of this.
  • It is mandatory for all guests to carry valid photo ID’s (Passport/Driving License/Voter ID Card). PAN Card is not accepted at many places as a valid photo ID.
  • If your flights involve a combination of different airlines, you may have to collect your luggage on arrival at the connecting hub and register it again while checking in for the return journey to your origin.
  • Service GST 5% shall be applicable over and above the mentioned prices.
  • Payment of 25% of Package Cost at the time of booking and balance within 7days prior travel date. Booking is confirmed on payment of booking amount.

Cancellation Policy-

  • Less than 7 Days Prior to Travel Date: 100% of the Package Cost as Cancellation Charge
  • 7-15 Days Prior to Travel Date: 75% of the Package Cost as Cancellation Charge
  • 16-30 Days Prior to Travel Date: 75% of the Package Cost as Cancellation Charge
  • More than 30 Days: Full Refund of Package Cost Excluding Processing Fees

Restricted Area Permit for Punakha / Wangdue / Thimphu / Paro:

Restricted Area Permit is required to visit Punakha / Wangdue  from Home Ministry of Bhutan. No charge will be applicable for this permit. Please bring 02 passport size photographs and Voter ID card or Passport of each person including child. This special permit is given only after guest has entered Bhutan. Permits are not issued on Saturday, Sunday & Govt. holidays.


ü Adults must carry original & valid Passport or original Voter ID card. Children must carry original & valid Passport or original birth certificate & school photo ID card.

ü Remember to carry sufficient woolens including hand gloves.

ü Please check with your mobile service provider for charges related to Bhutan.


Indian currency of Rs 500 and 2000 is not accepted at all places in Bhutan but lower currency notes are accepted

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FAQs for Bhutan Tour from Kolkata

Q. Is visa required for Bhutan visit?

If Indian Nationals are willing to pay a visit to Bhutan,then it is mandatory for them to carry any of the two valid travel documents that is a valid Indian passport with a validity of six months and or a voter identity card that is issued by the Election Commission of India. So, no visa is required for visiting Bhutan.

Q. How many days are required to carry out a vacation in Bhutan?

Bhutan has a lot to be seen, being a wonderful spot for a holiday getaway and thus, you will require 7 to 8 days for paying a visit to all the possible places and the amazing sites following.

Q. Why is Bhutan Famous for?

Bhutan is famous for the forest conservation, shopping sites, natural significance, pristine culture and also the heritage that is has uplifted. Another important feature about Bhutan is that it has an extremely rich biodiversity that covers 72% of the forest area of the country.

Q. Which food must I try in Bhutan?

The best local cuisines in Bhutan include, Ema Datshi, Red Rice, Jasha Maroo or Maru, Phaksha Paa, Suja, Ara, Zow Shungo and so on alike.

Q. Will I have access to vegetarian food in Bhutan?

Yes, you will definitely have an access to vegetarian food all at your own desire. Non veg food is just an exception with red rice and emma datse being the staple food of Bhutan that is vegetarian.

Q. What are the popular items that I can buy in Bhutan?

The most popular items that you can buy in Bhutan include, Bamboo and Cane Items. Other than that, you can roll your eyes through Food Utensils, Bamboo Baskets, Ropes, Carpets, Wooden Baskets, Wall-Hangings, Bows & Arrows, Bamboo Floor Mats, Storage Containers, Plates, Traditional Cane Hats, Tea Strainers and many others.

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