Bhutan, with its rich natural treasures, profound cultural significance, and deep historical and religious roots, offers a transformative experience that resonates with many of our clients. It is a place where unspoiled landscapes are as captivating as the genuine, warm-hearted people who call this nation home. Bhutan stands apart from typical getaways by immersing you in an environment that gives you the space and the right pace to slow down, reflection, and self-evaluate.
Our private tour package to Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha is designed to take you on an unforgettable journey through Bhutan’s most treasured experiences. We offer a unique blend of immersive encounters that allow you to witness Bhutan’s natural splendour and cultural heritage, defining this extraordinary destination. Most importantly, you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world’s happiest community, where the pervasive sense of care and unity is truly inspiring. Join us for a journey that promises transformation, connection, and cherished memories.
Nestled on the edge of a Himalayan cliff, the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, or Paro Taktsang, is Bhutan’s crown jewel. It’s not just a breathtaking sight but a spiritual journey. To reach this iconic site, you’ll embark on a hike that winds through lush forests and offers awe-inspiring vistas. A visit to Tiger’s Nest Monastery is an absolute must for anyone seeking the heart and soul of Bhutan.
Nestled in a serene and less-visited corner, Haa Valley invites you to indulge in its breathtaking landscapes, traditional architecture, and an unparalleled sense of tranquillity. For a truly immersive experience in the unspoiled nature, consider our Private Glamping experience. Savour the sensation of having nature all to yourself in your private tents. After nature paints a mesmerizing sunset, your evening comes alive by the bonfire, where you can enjoy traditional folk dances, engage in astrology readings, and gaze up at the brilliant stars above. It’s an unforgettable way to connect with the natural beauty and rich culture of Haa Valley.
Bhutan’s enchanting highlands, where the iconic Dochula Pass stands tall at 3,100 meters, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan vistas. The pass, connecting Thimphu to Punakha, offers panoramic views of snow-capped Himalayan peaks stretching far and wide. Beyond the scenery, Dochula Pass is adorned with a collection of 108 memorial stupas, known as “Druk Wangyal Chortens,” built to commemorate an important historical event. The highlands offer a perfect blend of natural splendour and historical significance, making it a must-visit destination in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.
Head to Punakha where you explore the unique spiritual and cultural tapestry of Bhutan with a visit to the peculiar Chimi Lhakang Temple. Nestled amidst verdant rice fields and serene countryside, this temple holds a special place in Bhutanese culture for its association with the “Divine Madman,” Lama Drukpa Kunley. Marvel at the temple’s colourful artwork and learn about its fascinating history. While here, seek a blessing for good luck and fertility, making it a memorable experience that offers insight into Bhutan’s vibrant traditions.
Experience the heartwarming hospitality of Bhutan through a village visit and a home-cooked meal that’s a true reflection of the local way of life. This immersive experience goes beyond simply savouring a delicious meal; it allows you to connect with the warm-hearted Bhutanese people, known for living in the world’s happiest country. Ingredients straight from the garden ensure that the flavours are as authentic as the experience itself, making it an unforgettable cultural journey into Bhutanese life.
For Singaporean travellers headed to Bhutan, it’s essential to have a valid visa for your journey. As a part of your private tour package arrangements, we also assist you with the essential visa arrangements.
It’s important to mention that visa requirements can evolve over time and our travel specialist will provide you with the most up-to-date information during your trip planning.
Yes, it is true that the government of Bhutan regulates tourism by requiring all visitors to book their trips through licensed tour operators.
When you book a private tour package with us to explore Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and beyond, you can rest assured that we’ll handle all the necessary arrangements, making your journey to Bhutan a seamless and enriching experience.
Yes, the Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) is a compulsory requirement for all travellers exploring the beauty of Bhutan. This fee serves as a crucial element of Bhutan’s dedication to sustainable tourism, playing a vital role in preserving its distinct culture and pristine environment. As of September 2023, the daily SDF fee stands at US$100 per person.
Please be aware that these fees are subject to changes from the Bhutan Authorities, so it’s advisable to verify the most current information with your travel specialist while planning your Paro, Thimphu and Punakha Tour Package.
Our Paro, Thimphu & Punakha Tour Package is design to be all inclusive of your private guide, vehicle, accommodation, experiences, Sustainable Development Fees (SDF) and meals. Should there be any fees that are not included, our Travel Specialist will make it known to you beforehand so there are no surprise costings on your trip.
The best time to explore Bhutan is typically from October to December when you can enjoy clear, fresh air and sunny skies.
Although January and February bring colder temperatures, the weather remains dry and pleasant from then until April. In late spring, the renowned rhododendrons burst into spectacular bloom, filling the valleys with a riot of colours.
From May onwards, heat and humidity increase, and between June and September, the monsoon rains blanket the mountains. If you’re keen on witnessing the rare black-necked cranes, we recommend planning your visit between late October and mid-February.
Rice serves as the staple component of the majority of Bhutanese meals, complemented by side dishes featuring various vegetables and meats like beef, pork, and chicken. Bhutanese cuisine often incorporates chili peppers into its dishes, but it also offers non-spicy options to cater to individuals who cannot tolerate spicy foods.
In addition to the local cuisine, visitors can also find a diverse selection of Western and Indian dishes available at numerous restaurants throughout the country.
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