Planning a trip to Bhutan Thimphu? The Ultimate 5 Star Luxury Bhutan Tour will take you on a cultural extravaganza of the beautiful valleys, unique culture and traditions and rich nature with overnight stays at 5 star hotels and resorts throughout the trip. Luxury, comfort and style is the essence of this tour and expect to be swept away on a luxurious expedition of the best that Bhutan offers while enjoying the various high-end resorts and its extravagant facilities and services.
Let our all-inclusive package help set your mind at ease. Offering accomodation, meals, sightseeing around Thimphu and neighbhouring districts, and more, all bundled up in one attractive rate, come discover the last Shangri-La on earth with our exclusive our Le Meridien special tour.
The hotel is biggest in Paro valley, with 59 modern and sophisticated guest rooms, with sizes ranging from 32 – 40 Sqm. All the rooms face’s the riverside and captures the breath talking surrounding mountains. The guest rooms are modern and comfortable with Flat Screen TVs, Separate bath, Shower with heated floors, High speed internet access and features the signature Le Meridien beds.
The three chic and stylish food and beverage outlets takes guest on a mouthwatering gastronomic journey. The latest recipe is an all-day dining restaurant, drawing in local flavors. The latitude bar offers guest a complete solution to unwind after a long day. The hotel also features one of the biggest banqueting space in town with a 267m2 function area and 100m2 pre function area, equipped with latest audio – visual technology, apt for any intimate functions.
Day 1: Paro (Bhutan) By Royal Bhutan Airlines.
Today morning after breakfast you will fly to another country known as The Land of The Thunder Dragon.
‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ is without doubt one of the most unusual country of the world. The last surviving great Himalayan kingdom has long turned its back on the rest of the world, favoring Buddhist compassion over Western capitalism and prioritizing Gross National Happiness over Gross National Product. Aside from the unspoiled and awe-inspiring natural scenery, visitors are impressed by the magnificent architecture and the rich culture and heritage. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 2: Paro.
After breakfast you will proceed for Paro local sightseeing.
Taktsang Lhakang (Tiger’s Nest Monastery)- Most important religious site for the Bhutanese people, this monastery is located at a distance of around 80 km from Paro, precariously perched on the edge of a cliff. It is a long walk from Paro to this monastery and it is difficult to find anybody except the trekkers and Buddhist monks on this walk. Taktsang Lhakang is the place where it is believed that Guru Rimpoche arrived more than a million ago on the back of a legendary tigress. He mediated in a cave for around two months where this monastery was built later. Bhutan Tourism Corporation Limited has constructed a beautiful coffeehouse at a wonderful vantage point of the monastery.
Paro Dzong- is the symbolic centre of religious and secular affairs of entire Paro Valley. Consecrated in 1646, the Dzong is an architectural wonder that showcases the cultural strength of kingdom’s strength. Walk further down crossing the traditional bridge into Paro Town. Stroll around the market.
National Museum- National Museum of Bhutan is situated above the Paro Dzong in the old watchtower, one of the earliest constructed buildings in the country. The collection in the museum includes weapons and stamps, birds and mammals, and a good display of ancient Bhutanese art and artefacts.
Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3: Paro- Thimphu (50 K.M/ 2 Hrs).
Today morning breakfast hotel, then you will depart for Thimhu which again beautiful city in Bhutan. On arrival at Thimphu you will be check-in at hotel. Lunch at hotel and relax for two hrs. Post lunch proceed for local sightseeing.
Tashichho Dzong dominates the town of Thimphu, the entire structure was rebuilt in 1961-62 and now houses the main government departments, the throne room of the king, and summer headquarters of the Central Monastic Body. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 4: Thimphu.
Today morning you wake-up leisurely and have your buffet breakfast, and then you proceed for local sightseeing of Thimphu.
Motithang mini zoo- You will see the rare “Takin” National animal of Bhutan and drive further down to good view of Thimphu Valley.
Simtokha Dzong- Built in 1627, this Dzong is oldest in Thimphu and gateway to the Thimphu Valley. The Dzong houses Rigney School for Dzongkha and monastic studies. There are beautiful frescos and slate carvings in Simtokha.
Streets of Thimphu- the most enjoyable experience of being in Thimphu is to taking strolls around the streets here. Weekend markets of Thimphu sell everything under the sun that is being created in Bhutan. Hordes of villagers sell vegetables, newspapers, red chillies, traditional Bhutanese masks, and carpets.
Other Attractions- Other important attractions in the city include the new National Library, the High Court, the Royal Bhutan Golf Course, and Convention Centre. Evening free at leisure.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 5: Thimphu-Paro.
After breakfast drive to Paro. Evening explore the local market in Paro. Overnight stay.
Day 6: Paro- Delhi By Flight.
After breakfast drive to Paro Airport.
End of the Tour.
Bhutan Government Royalty fees.
Personal English speaking professional guide.
Personal driver with private vehicle as per the group size.
All necessary ground transfers including arrival and departure.
Hotel accommodation 3 Star, 4 Star, 5 Star (optional).
Daily breakfast, lunch, dinner and bottles water daily.
Entrances to museums and monuments.
All sightseeing tours and activities as per the itinerary.
Bhutan Government royalties and taxes.
Bhutan visa fees and all bank transfer fees.
Single room supplement.
Bhutanese Tourist Visa fee of US$40 per person.
Air flight costs to/from Paro (can be arranged with us).
Travel insurance (recommended).
4 star and 5 star accommodations and meals (optional).
Tips for the guide and driver.
Other personal expenses like overseas calls, laundry etc.