This tour is ingeniously designed to fuse cultural exploration with the awe of natural beauty, catering to those eager to uncover Bhutan's core in a concise timeframe. Immerse yourself in the soul of Bhutan with our carefully curated short tour package, leading you through the iconic realms of Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha.
  • DestinationBhutan
  • Durations5 days
  • Trip DifficultyModerate
  • Mx.altitude3500m.
  • Group Size15+

Bhutan Tour 05 Days Highlights

  • Arrive at Paro International Airport, known as one of the world's most challenging airports to land in.
  • Visit Paro Rinpung Dzong, a fortress-monastery overlooking the Paro Valley.
  • Explore the National Museum of Bhutan, housed in a 17th-century watchtower, showcasing Bhutanese art, relics, and cultural artifacts.
  • Visit the Memorial Chorten, a stupa built in memory of Bhutan's third king.
  • Explore the Tashichho Dzong, a majestic fortress that houses the throne room and offices of the king.
  • Stroll around the vibrant streets of Thimphu and visit the local markets.
  • Visit Punakha Dzong, one of Bhutan's most beautiful fortresses located at the confluence of two rivers.
  • Explore Chimi Lhakhang, a fertility temple dedicated to the Divine Madman.
  • Hike to the iconic Tiger's Nest Monastery (Taktsang), perched on a cliff 900 meters above the Paro Valley.
  • Explore the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong, a historical fortress.
  • Enjoy a farewell dinner with traditional Bhutanese cuisine and cultural performances.


Sundar Nepal Trekking can make a 5-day Unique tour in Bhutan typically offers a glimpse into the country's unique blend of ancient culture and breathtaking landscapes. Bhutan, known for its monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs), and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys, makes for an intriguing visit.

 Embark on an enchanting voyage with the 5-Day Bhutan Enchantment Tour, meticulously crafted by Sundar Nepal Trekking Pvt. Ltd. This tour is ingeniously designed to fuse cultural exploration with the awe of natural beauty, catering to those eager to uncover Bhutan's core in a concise timeframe. Immerse yourself in the soul of Bhutan with our carefully curated short tour package, leading you through the iconic realms of Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. Traverse ancient monasteries, grandiose fortresses, and tranquil landscapes as integral parts of your Paro Thimphu Punakha journey. The pinnacle of your adventure will be the breathtaking trek to the illustrious Tiger's Nest Monastery, encapsulating the essence of spiritual and exploratory zeal characteristic of a Tiger's Nest 5-day expedition. Each day is thoughtfully orchestrated to present the quintessence of Bhutan in 5 days, transforming every instant of your Bhutan 5-day itinerary into an enchanting experience. Whether in pursuit of a succinct exploration or a detailed Bhutan express tour, this voyage offers an unparalleled chance to dive deep into the splendor, culture, and traditions of this Himalayan realm. Gear up for a memorable escapade with our 5-day Bhutan cultural tour, a condensed Bhutan adventure poised to etch indelible memories and tales worth recounting.


Detail Itinerary

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  • Accommodation Options: Choice of twin sharing or single room accommodations to suit the number of travelers.
  • Meals Provided: Daily breakfast and dinner at the hotel, with lunch served at selected local eateries renowned for their authentic flavors.
  • Transport Services: Comprehensive transfers and excursions as outlined in the itinerary, utilizing comfortable and safe transportation.
  • Professional Guide: Services of an English-speaking guide to accompany you throughout the tour, offering insights and enhancing your experience.
  • Fees and Taxes: Inclusion of all governmental taxes, service charges, and the mandatory royalty fee, ensuring a hassle-free travel experience.
  • Admission Charges: Entry fees to all attractions and landmarks as per the itinerary, allowing full access without additional costs.
  • Daily Hydration: Provision of two water bottles per person each day in the vehicle, ensuring you stay hydrated during your adventures.


Cost Excludes

  • Travel Insurance: Personal travel insurance covering medical expenses, cancellations, and other potential travel disruptions is not included and is highly recommended for all travelers.
  • Personal Expenses: Any personal expenses such as tips, laundry service, telephone/fax charges, and fees for using cameras or video equipment at certain sites are not covered.
  • Beverages: Costs for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are not included, offering travelers the flexibility to explore local drinks at their own expense.
  • Air Travel and Visas: The tour price does not cover airfare, visa fees, or any associated airport taxes. Travelers are responsible for securing their flights and visas as required for the tour.
  • Additional Activities: Any activities or excursions not mentioned in the itinerary may incur additional costs and are to be undertaken at the traveler’s expense.

Good to Know

For a 5-day tour in Bhutan, besides the itinerary, there are several important aspects to consider for a fulfilling and smooth experience. Here’s extra information that could enhance your trip:

1. Visa and Entry Requirements

  • All tourists, except for citizens of India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives, must obtain a visa before arriving in Bhutan.
  • You must apply for a visa through a Bhutanese tour operator or one of their international partners.
  • The visa is typically included in your tour package price, which also includes a mandatory daily fee that covers accommodation, transportation, a guide, and meals.

2. Best Time to Visit

  • The best times to visit Bhutan are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) months. During these periods, the weather is pleasant, and there are several festivals.

3. Currency and Expenses

  • The Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN) is the local currency, pegged to the Indian Rupee which is also accepted.
  • Most of your expenses will be covered in your tour package, but it’s good to carry some cash for small purchases, tips, and souvenirs.

4. Culture and Etiquette

  • Bhutan is deeply Buddhist, and local customs reflect respect for its traditions. Dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites.
  • Always ask permission before taking photos of people or religious sites.
  • Tipping is not a standard practice, but small gratuities for guides and drivers are appreciated.

5. Connectivity

  • While major towns have reliable mobile and internet connectivity, remote areas might not. Consider purchasing a local SIM card for better coverage.
  • Wi-Fi is available in most hotels, but the connection might be slow outside major cities.

6. Health and Safety

  • No vaccinations are required for entry, but it's wise to be up-to-date on routine vaccines.
  • Altitude sickness can be a concern in higher areas; acclimatize properly and stay hydrated.
  • Travel insurance that covers medical evacuation is strongly recommended.

7. Packing Essentials

  • Bhutan’s weather can be unpredictable, especially in the mountains. Pack layers including a waterproof jacket.
  • Good walking shoes are a must for exploring monasteries, fortresses, and hiking trails.
  • Bring any medications you need as pharmacies in Bhutan may not stock everything.

8. Sustainable Travel

  • Bhutan is known for its commitment to sustainability and environmental protection. Respect local guidelines about waste and conservation.
  • Support local artisans and businesses to help maintain the economic balance.

9. Unique Experiences

  • Try to attend a Tshechu (festival) if your visit coincides with these events for a deeper insight into Bhutanese culture.
  • Explore beyond the popular spots. Engage with locals to learn more about their way of life.

10. Language

  • Dzongkha is the official language. English is widely used in schools and for official purposes, so communicating should not be a problem.

Remember, Bhutan values its Gross National Happiness over Gross Domestic Product, and this philosophy shapes every aspect of Bhutanese life. Respecting local customs, traditions, and the environment will enrich your experience and contribute positively to this unique country.