6N/7D Bhutan Cultural Tour Package

Bhutan Cultural Tour

Key Infomation

  • Duration:7 Days
  • DestinationParo International Airport
  • Max Altitude3,120 m
  • ActivityTour and Hiking
  • Group Size1-20
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1 person - 1 personUS$ 2490
2 people - 4 peopleUS$ 2390
5 people - 10 peopleUS$ 2290
11 people - 15 peopleUS$ 2250
16 people - 20 peopleUS$ 2190
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Situated in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan stands as a testament to the harmonious coexistence between tradition and modernity, nature and spirituality. Known as the "Land of the Thunder Dragon," Bhutan's unique identity is woven into its vibrant cultural fabric, characterized by breathtaking landscapes, majestic monasteries, and a population known for its warmth and hospitality. This 7-day Bhutan Cultural Tour promises an immersive experience, inviting you to unravel the layers of Bhutanese culture while traversing its picturesque valleys and historical landmarks.

Bhutan, a kingdom often referred to as the "Last Shangri-La," captivates visitors with its pristine landscapes and a commitment to Gross National Happiness rather than mere economic indices. As you step into the enchanting kingdom of Bhutan, the air is infused with a sense of tranquility, and the striking architecture of dzongs and monasteries reflects a deep spiritual heritage. Bhutan's cultural identity is deeply rooted in Mahayana Buddhism, and the traditional way of life is carefully preserved, creating a harmonious blend of ancient traditions and contemporary values.

Your Bhutan 7-day Tour begins in Paro, a valley framed by deep green hills. As you land at Paro International Airport, the pristine air hints at the tranquility that defines Bhutan. The captivating drive to Thimphu, the capital, unveils a city that stands as a living canvas of Bhutanese Culture. The vibrant streets of Thimpu pulse with energy, and your cultural immersion commences with the colossal Buddha Dordenma statue and the historical Tashichhodzong, setting the stage for a week of discovery.

The second day of the Bhutan 7 Days itinerary unveils the soul-stirring beauty of Tango & Cheri Monastery. The serene drive to the monastic base precedes a leisurely one-hour hike to Tango Monastery. Here, monks open their doors, inviting you into their world of spirituality and ancient wisdom. A continuation to Cheri Monastery adds panoramic vistas and a packed lunch amidst the Himalayan grandeur. The descent towards Thimphu is a stroll through the cultural heart of Bhutan, preparing you for the enchantments yet to unfold. Thimphu, a city where tradition and modernity dance in harmony, becomes the center of attraction on the third day. From the quaint Takin Park to the bustling Farmers Market, each encounter paints a vivid portrait of Cultural Diversity in Bhutan.  A scenic drive through Dochula Pass (3,100m) unfolds the picturesque Punakha Valley, where the historical Punakha Dzong stands as a testament to Bhutan's architectural brilliance. The day transitions seamlessly between Bhutan's Cultural Exploration and breathtaking landscapes.

The next day immerses you deeper into Punakha's historical embrace. A visit to Punakha Dzong and an optional white-water rafting adventure brings the past to life. Crossing the suspension bridge adds an adventurous touch before the journey proceeds to the tranquil Phobjikha Valley. A night in a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse provides an authentic connection to local life, culminating in a nature hike and a traditional hotstone bath, a fusion of tradition and rejuvenation. Awakening in the serene Phobjikha Valley, you become witness to the winter retreat of black-necked cranes. The Crane Center unveils the majesty of these revered birds, and an optional nature hike adds an intimate connection to the valley. The journey back to Paro is a nostalgic revisit, offering a poetic blend of familiar landscapes and newfound cultural insights. Paro's evening is a canvas for relaxation, gastronomic delights, and reflection on the unfolding cultural tapestry.

The sixth day is dedicated to the spiritual exploration of the iconic Taktshang Goemba, the Tiger's Nest. The ascent is both physical and spiritual, echoing the legends of Guru Rinpoche. The National Museum and the charming streets of Paro town offer cultural indulgence, and the day concludes with a flavorful dinner, a testament to Bhutanese culinary finesse. Your final Bhutanese morning unfolds with a breakfast that encapsulates the kingdom's diverse flavors. As you bid farewell to the enchanting landscapes and warm hospitality, Paro Airport becomes the gateway to the world, carrying with you the cherished memories of the 7-day Bhutan Tour Package. This journey, intricately woven with cultural immersion and natural beauty, leaves a profound experience engraved into the heart.

This is the best trip in Bhutan to get a closer look at the magnificent monuments and peaceful native lifestyle away from the bustle of city life and forget about hectic schedules and routines with this Bhutan 6 Nights 7 Days Package.  For further information, contact us here.

Major Highlights of the Bhutan Cultural Tour

Hike to Chimi Chakhang

Chimi Lkhanag, also known as the Temple of Fertility is another highlight of the Bhutan Cultural Tour. This short hike takes you through scenic rural landscapes, passing through picturesque villages and terraced fields, This temple holds a unique cultural and religious significance and it is believed to bless couples with good fortune and fertility. As you hike up the temple, you can experience the fresh air, beautiful views, and the great opportunity to immerse yourself in the local Bhutanese Countryside. As you reach the Chimi Lhakhang, you will be rewarded with a unique and vibrant temple adorned with colorful prayer flags. It is an enchanting experience to learn about the traditions and rituals associated with fertility while exploring this sacred and peaceful place.

Phobjikha Valley

Phobjikha Valley, often referred to as the "Beyul" or hidden valley, unfolds as a tranquil retreat and a haven for nature enthusiasts. This valley is the winter home of the rare black-necked cranes, migrating from Tibet. The Crane Center provides an opportunity to witness these majestic birds, offering a connection to Bhutan's unique biodiversity.

A distinctive feature of the Phobjikha Valley experience is the stay at a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse. This immersive encounter allows travelers to engage with the local community, partake in a nature hike, and indulge in a traditional hot stone bath, an authentic experience that adds warmth to the journey. The journey from Punakha to Phobjikha, punctuated by breathtaking scenery and cultural insights, forms a seamless transition. Phobjikha Valley, with its blend of natural beauty and cultural authenticity, stands as a sanctuary within the 6-day Bhutan Odyssey Tour, inviting travelers to embrace the serenity and unique offerings of this hidden gem.

Highlights of 7 day Bhutan Cultural Tour

  • Sightseeing at the National Museum at Paro,
  • Explore the King’s Memorial Chorten, Folk Heritage Museum, and Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan
  • Explore the unique blend of spirituality, stunning landscapes, and great architectural wonders,
  • Interesting visit to the local farmhouse and the Paro market,
  • Exploring the diverse lifestyle and culture of Bhutanese framers,
  • Enjoy the scenic drive through Dochula Pass with Himalayan panoramic views,
  • Immerse yourself in the welcoming Bhutanese Culture, tradition, and rural life,

Best Season for 7 Day Bhutan Cultural Tour

The spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) seasons are typically the best times for a Cultural Tour of Bhutan. The weather is excellent with warm temperatures and bright skies. The landscapes come to life in the spring with blooming flowers and bright greenery and in the fall with gorgeous autumnal hues. It is important to reserve lodging and tours in advance because Bhutan considers both seasons to be the busiest travel times. It's always a good idea to check with a local tour operator for the most up-to-date information and personalized advice based on your particular travel choices.

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This is our regular itinerary for 6N/7D Bhutan Cultural Tour Package. If you are looking for your own customized itinerary, feel free to contact us.

Your journey into the heart of Bhutan begins with a warm welcome at Paro International Airport. A scenic one-hour drive transports you to Thimphu, the lively capital city. After settling into your hotel, take a moment to refresh before embarking on an exploration of Thimphu's cultural gems. Witness the grandeur of the Buddha Dordenma statue and immerse yourself in the historical richness of Tashichhodzong. The day concludes with a delightful dinner, offering a taste of Bhutanese hospitality.

  • Accommodation Three Star Hotel
  • MealsWelcome Dinner
  • Time4-5 Hours
  • Maximum Altitude2,235 m

Embark on a blissful half-hour drive to the base of Tango & Cheri Monastery, setting the stage for a day of natural and spiritual immersion. The journey unfolds with a serene one-hour hike to Tango Monastery,  where friendly monks share insights into their world. Continuing on a picturesque hour-long hike to Cheri Monastery, enjoy a packed lunch amidst breathtaking views. The day's tranquility provides a perfect counterpoint to the vibrant energy of Thimphu. The evening invites you to explore the capital city at your own pace, with a delightful dinner and a restful night awaiting.

  • Accommodation Three Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Time5-6 Hours
  • Maximum Altitude2,850 m

Fuel up with a hearty breakfast for a day of exploration in Thimphu. Wander through Takin Park, discover the intricate artistry at the Bhutanese Textile Museum, and experience the vibrant energy of the Farmers Market. After lunch, embark on a scenic drive to Punakha Valley, passing through the Dochula Pass (3,100 m). Settle into Punakha, a valley steeped in history, and let the tranquility of the surroundings embrace you.

  • Accommodation Three Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Time6-7 Hours
  • Maximum Altitude3,100 m

Start off your day with a delightful breakfast before immersing yourself in the cultural wonders of Punakha. Visit the magnificent Punakha Dzong, followed by an optional white water rafting adventure. Explore the Punakha suspension bridge before embarking on a 2.5-hour drive to Phobjikha Valley, the winter sanctuary of the rare black-necked cranes.

Experience the warmth of Bhutanese hospitality by staying at a traditional farmhouse in Phobjikha. Engage with the local family hosting you, take a leisurely nature hike in the valley, and unwind with a traditional hot stone bath in the evening.

  • Accommodation Three Star Hotel/Local Farmhouse
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Time5-6 Hours
  • Maximum Altitude3,000 m

Embark on a journey to the Crane Center, where you'll witness the majestic black-necked cranes that migrate from Tibet to Bhutan during the winter months. Opt for another nature hike during the day and explore the serene Gangtey Monastery. As you drive back to Paro Valley, our expert guides will suggest additional sightseeing opportunities. Conclude the day with a hearty dinner and a well-deserved rest at your hotel.

  • Accommodation Three Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Time5-6 Hours
  • Maximum Altitude2,253 m

Begin your day with a hearty breakfast before undertaking one of Bhutan's most iconic pilgrimages. Hike to Taktsang Goemba, also known as Tiger’s Nest, a significant monastery with a captivating history. Your guide will share tales of Guru Rinpoche, an 8th-century Tibetan saint who brought Buddhism to the region on the back of a flying tigress. Depending on your pace, the hike spans 6 kilometers and takes between 3 to 5 hours. If time permits, explore the National Museum of Bhutan in Paro and stroll through the charming streets of Paro town in the evening. Conclude the day with a delightful dinner and a restful night.

  • Accommodation Three Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Time5-6 Hours
  • Maximum Altitude3,120 m

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at your Paro hotel before heading to Paro Airport for your onward flight to Kathmandu, marking the conclusion of your Bhutanese adventure. Our representative will drop you off for your final departure.

  • MealsBreakfast

What's Included

  • Airport pick and drop during the international arrival/departures 
  • Three Star Hotels & Govt Approved Farm Houses (1X Double/Twin Room)
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the entire trip
  • Transport (Mini SUV/ Hiace Bus) transfers within Bhutan for the duration of the tour
  • Mandatory licensed English-speaking local guide for the duration of the tour
  • A licensed tourist driver for the duration of the tour
  • All entry fees to monuments, museums, and sites as per the itinerary 
  • All road route permits within Bhutan
  • One-time US$ 40.00 Visa Fees per person
  • Carry Me Bag for responsible collection of waste during the trip
  • Mineral water during the entire trip 
  • Visa processing and documentation fees
  • Mandatory basic travel insurance for the duration of the tour in Bhutan
  • All the Government Taxes and company service charges including the 100 USD per night Sustainable Development Fee (SDF)


  • International airfare to and from Paro International Airport
  • Extra night accommodation in Paro and Thimphu in case of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the tour (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, etc.)
  • Tips for guide(s), and driver(s) (expected)
  • All the expenses which are not mentioned in the inclusive section
  • Any sort of Soft or Alcoholic Beverages


Q1. When is the best time for the 7 day Bhutan Cultural Tour?

The ideal time for the 7 day Bhutan Cultural Tour is during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) seasons. These months offer pleasant weather, blooming landscapes, and clear skies, enhancing the overall experience. The monsoon season (June to August) may bring rain, affecting travel conditions, while winter (December to February) can be chilly, especially in higher elevations. Choosing the spring or fall months ensures optimal conditions for a fulfilling cultural exploration.

Yes, it is possible to extend your Bhutan tour beyond the initial 7 days. However, any extension must be coordinated and additional visa arrangements may be required. Bhutan's tourism policy encourages longer stays, allowing visitors to delve deeper into the country's rich cultural and natural offerings.

Yes, a visa is required for travel to Bhutan. The Bhutanese government follows a policy of "High Value, Low Impact Tourism," and all travelers, except Indian nationals, must obtain a visa. The visa process is facilitated through an authorized Bhutanese tour operator, who will assist you in obtaining the visa clearance. It is advisable to start the visa application process well in advance of your planned travel dates. If you book from us, we will get everything ready for you.

While 7 days may seem limited, it is sufficient to provide a captivating glimpse into Culture and Tradition of Bhutan. The carefully crafted itinerary ensures a balance between exploring cultural landmarks, enjoying nature, and immersing yourself in the unique Bhutanese way of life. Each day unfolds new dimensions of this enchanting kingdom, offering a comprehensive experience within a week.

Yes, travel insurance is highly recommended for a 7-day cultural tour in Bhutan. While it may not be a strict requirement, having travel insurance provides financial protection and peace of mind.

It can cover unexpected events such as trip cancellations, medical emergencies, evacuation, and other unforeseen circumstances. 

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