Bhutan offers an unparalleled journey into a land were tradition and modernity blend seamlessly. Starting in Paro, with its scenic beauty and historic treasures, you'll venture to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery, perched precariously on a cliff face.
  • DestinationBhutan
  • Durations6 days
  • Trip DifficultyEasy
  • Mx.altitude3100m.
  • Group Size15+

Cultural Bhutan 06 Days Highlights

  • The architectural and spiritual wonders of Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, and Wangdiphodrang.
  • The breathtaking trek to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, offering spiritual insights and stunning views.
  • Immersive experiences in Bhutanese culture, cuisine, and the serene Himalayan environment.
  • The unique opportunity to witness Bhutan's commitment to preserving its natural beauty and cultural heritage.


Discover the mystical kingdom of Bhutan on a 6-day tour that unfolds the beauty, culture, and spirituality of this secluded Himalayan paradise. Known for its breathtaking landscapes, ancient monasteries, and the philosophy of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan offers an unparalleled journey into a land where tradition and modernity blend seamlessly. Starting in Paro, with its scenic beauty and historic treasures, you'll venture to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery, perched precariously on a cliff face. The tour then leads you through the capital, Thimphu, where traditional Bhutanese culture meets the modern era, and on to Punakha, with its stunning dzong and serene environment. As you travel through the verdant valleys and high mountain passes, you'll be immersed in Bhutan’s rich Buddhist culture, meet its friendly people, and enjoy the tranquility that pervades this sacred land. This journey promises not just a tour, but a profound experience, offering insights into a culture that cherishes harmony with nature and spiritual well-being.

As you venture further into the heart of Bhutan, explore the serene valleys of Punakha, marvel at the vast landscapes of Gangtey, and discover the historic significance of Wangdiphodrang. The climax of your journey is a trek to the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery, a site of profound spiritual importance perched on the edge of a cliff. This meticulously planned itinerary offers a deep dive into Bhutan’s rich culture, majestic architecture, and the unparalleled tranquility of its natural surroundings, ensuring an experience that will linger in your memory long after you've returned home.

Detail Itinerary

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  • Accommodations in comfortable hotels.
  • All meals throughout the tour.
  • Private transportation within Bhutan.
  • English-speaking guide for the duration of the tour.
  • All entry fees to museums, monasteries, and parks.


Cost Excludes

  • International airfare to/from Bhutan.
  • Bhutan visa fee.
  • Personal expenses, such as souvenirs, laundry, and beverages.
  • Tips for the guide and driver.

Good to Know

For a 6-day Bhutan Cultural Tour that includes comfortable hotel accommodations, all meals, private transportation, an English-speaking guide, and all entry fees to museums, monasteries, and parks, while excluding international airfare, visa fees, personal expenses, and tips, here’s a comprehensive guide to enhance your experience and ensure you make the most out of your visit.

1. Pre-trip Preparations

  • Visa and Permits: Ensure you apply for your visa well in advance through your tour operator. Remember, the visa fee is not included in your tour package.
  • Flight Bookings: Book your flights early to get the best rates. Keep in mind that only a few airlines operate into and out of Bhutan.
  • Travel Insurance: Opt for comprehensive travel insurance covering trip cancellations, medical emergencies, and evacuations.

2. When to Go

  • The ideal times for a cultural tour in Bhutan are during spring and autumn when the weather is pleasant and conducive to exploring outdoor sites and attending festivals.

3. What to Pack

  • Pack layers to accommodate varying temperatures, especially if you’re trekking to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery.
  • Include comfortable walking shoes, a sun hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses for daytime exploration.
  • Bring along a universal adapter, as Bhutan uses the Indian-style round pin electrical outlets.

4. Cultural Etiquette

  • Dress respectfully, especially when visiting religious sites. Shoulders and knees should be covered.
  • Always walk clockwise around religious monuments and spin prayer wheels in the right direction (clockwise).
  • When visiting someone’s home or a temple, it’s customary to remove your shoes.

5. Health Considerations

  • Altitude sickness could be a concern, particularly if trekking to higher altitudes like the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Acclimate slowly and stay hydrated.
  • Pack a basic medical kit including rehydration salts, as well as any personal medication since pharmacies may be limited outside major towns.

6. Cultural Insights

  • Engage with the local Bhutanese people and your guide to gain deeper insights into the Bhutanese way of life, Buddhism, and the importance of their festivals.
  • Try the local cuisine, which is rich in dairy, red rice, and chilies. Traditional dishes like Ema Datshi (chili and cheese) offer a taste of Bhutanese flavors.

7. Sustainable Travel Practices

  • Bhutan is a global leader in environmental conservation. Avoid plastic bottles by carrying a refillable water bottle.
  • Support local by purchasing handicrafts directly from artisans, ensuring your contributions help the local economy.

8. Photography

  • Bhutan offers countless photogenic landscapes and architectural marvels. However, ask for permission before photographing people or religious ceremonies.
  • Respect the ‘No Photography’ signs in certain areas within religious sites.

9. Experiencing the Festivals

  • If your visit coincides with local festivals (Tshechus), don’t miss the opportunity to witness these vibrant celebrations which offer insights into Bhutanese culture and religion.

10. Leisure and Downtime

  • While your tour includes all meals, exploring local markets for snacks or light meals can be a delightful experience to taste different local foods.
  • Use any leisure time to relax in the serene Himalayan environment, reflecting on the unique cultural and spiritual experiences Bhutan offers.

By considering these aspects, your 6-day Bhutan Cultural Tour will not only be a journey through the beautiful landscapes of Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, and Wangdiphodrang but also a profound experience of Bhutan’s rich culture, spiritual heritage, and commitment to environmental and cultural preservation.