Bhutan Tour For Family


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Bhutan - Chhukha, Phuentsholing, Taga Dzong, Thimphu






  1. Cultural Exploration: Bhutan's rich cultural heritage provides an excellent opportunity for families to learn and discover together. Visit impressive dzongs (fortresses) and monasteries, such as the Punakha Dzong and Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest), to witness the country's spiritual and architectural marvels. Participate in traditional ceremonies, interact with friendly locals, and gain insights into Bhutan's unique way of life.
  2. Festivals: Bhutanese festivals, known as tshechus, are vibrant and colorful celebrations that showcase traditional dances, music, and religious performances. Families can witness these lively festivities, adding an element of excitement and cultural immersion to the trip. The popular Paro and Thimphu tshechus are particularly enjoyable for families.
  3. Scenic Nature: Bhutan's pristine natural landscapes are captivating for both adults and children. Explore lush valleys, picturesque rivers, and serene meadows. Take leisurely walks amidst the breathtaking beauty of places like the Phobjikha Valley, Haa Valley, and Dochula Pass, providing opportunities for family bonding and appreciating the wonders of nature.
  4. Outdoor Activities: Bhutan offers various outdoor activities suitable for families. Engage in light hikes to monasteries or viewpoints, such as the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten hike in Punakha. Enjoy picnics by riversides, try your hand at archery, Bhutan's national sport, or experience a traditional Bhutanese hot stone bath.
  5. Wildlife Encounters: Bhutan is home to diverse flora and fauna, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts. Families can visit wildlife sanctuaries, like the Phobjikha Valley, to observe endangered species such as the black-necked crane. Learn about Bhutan's conservation efforts and instill a sense of environmental awareness in younger family members.
  6. Traditional Arts and Crafts: Bhutan's traditional arts and crafts are fascinating for all ages. Engage in hands-on experiences, such as pottery making or weaving workshops, where children can learn traditional Bhutanese techniques and create their own crafts to take home as souvenirs.
  7. Family-Friendly Accommodations: Bhutan offers a range of family-friendly accommodations, including resorts and hotels that cater to the needs of families. These establishments often provide spacious rooms, recreational facilities, and amenities suitable for children, ensuring a comfortable stay for the whole family.
  8. Safety and Hospitality: Bhutan is known for its safety and hospitality. The friendly locals and warm Bhutanese culture make it a welcoming destination for families. The country's low crime rate and serene environment allow families to explore with peace of mind.
  • Minimum Daily Package: Bhutan follows a "Minimum Daily Package" policy, which requires tourists to book through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator. This package includes accommodation, meals, transportation, a licensed guide, and a sustainable tourism fee. It is important to work with a reputable tour operator who can tailor the itinerary to suit your family's needs and preferences.
  • Age Suitability: Bhutan offers activities suitable for families with children of different ages. However, some activities may have age restrictions or require a certain level of physical fitness. It is important to discuss the ages and abilities of your family members with your tour operator to ensure that the itinerary is appropriate and enjoyable for everyone.
  • Altitude Considerations: Bhutan's varying topography includes high-altitude regions. If your itinerary includes visits to higher altitude areas or treks, it is crucial to consider the effects of altitude on family members, especially young children and elderly members. Proper acclimatization, hydration, and consultation with a healthcare professional are recommended.
  • Packing Essentials: Bhutan's weather can vary, so it is important to pack accordingly. Bring comfortable walking shoes, layered clothing for varying temperatures, sunscreen, insect repellent, and any necessary medications. It is also advisable to pack snacks, games, and other forms of entertainment for children during long drives or downtime.
  • Cultural Sensitivity: Bhutan is a deeply spiritual and culturally rich country. It is important to educate your family about Bhutanese customs and etiquette before the trip. Respect local traditions, dress modestly when visiting religious sites, and teach children to be mindful of their actions and behavior to ensure a respectful and immersive experience.
  • Flexibility and Patience: Family travel requires flexibility and patience. Itineraries may need to be adjusted based on the interests and energy levels of family members. Be prepared for unforeseen circumstances, changes in weather conditions, or adjustments to the schedule to accommodate the needs of your family.
  • Travel Insurance: It is highly recommended to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellation or interruption, and evacuation. Ensure that your insurance policy covers activities such as trekking or any specific activities planned during your Bhutan tour.
  • Enjoy the Journey: Embrace the slower pace of Bhutan and enjoy the journey with your family. Take time to appreciate the beauty of the surroundings, engage with locals, and savor the moments spent together. Encourage open-mindedness, curiosity, and a sense of adventure among family members to make the most of your Bhutan tour.


  1. Family-Focused Itinerary: A Bhutan tour for families is carefully curated to include activities and destinations suitable for all age groups. The itinerary balances cultural exploration, outdoor adventures, and leisurely experiences, ensuring that every family member can participate and enjoy the journey.
  2. Cultural Immersion: Bhutan's rich cultural heritage provides a fascinating backdrop for families to learn and engage together. Visit ancient monasteries, colorful festivals, and traditional villages, offering insights into Bhutan's unique customs and way of life. Participate in cultural activities, interact with locals, and witness traditional arts and crafts, creating opportunities for shared experiences and learning.
  3. Outdoor Adventures: Bhutan's natural beauty beckons families to explore its pristine landscapes. Enjoy light hikes through scenic valleys, picnic by riversides, and marvel at breathtaking mountain vistas. Engage in outdoor activities suitable for families, such as nature walks, birdwatching, and even short treks to monasteries perched on hillsides.
  4. Wildlife and Nature: Bhutan is a treasure trove of biodiversity. Families can embark on wildlife encounters, such as visiting the Phobjikha Valley to observe the endangered black-necked crane or exploring national parks to spot rare species. Embrace the wonders of nature, teach children about conservation, and instill a love for the environment.
  5. Family-Friendly Accommodations: Bhutan offers accommodations that cater to the needs of families, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Family-friendly hotels and resorts provide spacious rooms, amenities for children, and recreational facilities like gardens or play areas. These accommodations create a welcoming atmosphere for families to relax and unwind after a day of exploration.
  6. Safety and Hospitality: Bhutan is known for its safety and warm hospitality, making it an ideal destination for families. The country's peaceful environment, low crime rate, and friendly locals ensure that families can explore with peace of mind. The Bhutanese people are known for their kindness and willingness to make visitors feel welcome, enhancing the overall family experience.
  7. Educational Opportunities: A Bhutan tour for families offers educational opportunities that go beyond the classroom. Children can learn about Bhutanese culture, Buddhism, and environmental conservation through firsthand experiences. Engaging with locals, visiting historical sites, and participating in cultural activities foster a sense of curiosity and appreciation for different cultures.
  8. Quality Family Time: One of the main highlights of a Bhutan tour for families is the opportunity for quality time spent together. Away from the distractions of daily life, families can strengthen their bonds, create shared memories, and enjoy moments of laughter, exploration, and reflection in the tranquil and awe-inspiring surroundings of Bhutan.


Day 01 : Arrive Paro by Druk Air

Upon arrival at Paro airport via Druk Air, our tour representative will receive you and assist you in smooth  transfer to the hotel in Thimpu, the capital of Bhutan. Stay overnight at the hotel in Thimpu.

Day 02 : Thimphu

Start your journey with a full day sightseeing tour in Thimpu valley which include National Library ( famous for its vast collection of Buddhist texts and manuscripts), Painting School, known for its tango paintings, the Traditional Medicine Institute, the Textile and Folk Heritage Museum, the Memorial Chorten, built in the memory of Bhutan’s third  king, Trashichhodzong and Handicrafts Emporium. Stay overnight at the hotel in Thimpu.

Day 03 : Thimphu - Trongsa ( 200 Km, 6 Hours )

Post an early morning breakfast, take a road journey to Dochula Pass. On the way, halt at Gangkar puensum, the highest peak in Bhutan at 7,497. Later, continue your drive towards Wangduephodrang. After having lunch in Wangduephodrang, proceed towards Tongsa across Pelela pass. On the way, halt at Chendbji  Chorten, built by a lama named Shida in the 18th century. Upon arrival in Trongsa, check into the lodge for overnight stay.

Day 04 : Trongsa - Bumthang ( 68 Km, 3 Hours ) 

Post breakfast in the morning, excursion to Trongsa Dzong, built by Shabdrung in 1647. And Ta Dzong (watch tower), dedicated to King Gesar of Ling. Later, drive to Bumthang, which is around 3 hours. After traveling 29 kilometers, you’ll reach the Yutong La pass. Upon arrival in Bumthang, check in at the lodge. Post lunch, visit Kurje Lhakhang, where the saint Padmasambhava controlled a local devil  and left his body mark on a rock, Jambey Lhakhang, Tamshing Monastery, Jakar Dzong and Swiss Farm House.

Day 05 : Bumthang - Punakha ( 205 Km, 6 Hours )

Post breakfast in the morning, explore the enchanting valley of Bumthang. Later, proceed towards Trongsa for lunch at a local restaurant. Later, drive towards Punakha. On the way, visit the Wangduephodrang Dzong and the local town. Upon arrival in Punakha, check into the  hotel for overnight stay.

Day 06 : Punakha - Paro ( 125 Km, 4.1/2 Hours )

In the morning, visit Punakha Dzong, a massive complex built at the confluence of two rivers. Post lunch, proceed towards Paro. On the way, visit the  traditional Bhutanese Farm House offering insight into the local lifestyle. Upon arrival in Paro, check in at the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 07 : Paro

Start with a full day sightseeing tour of Paro Valley which includes visit to Ta Dzong, the watchtower for the Paro Dzong. Post lunch, hit the road to Drukgyel Dzong, built in 1647 to commemorate the Bhutan’s victory over the Tibetans. On the way, visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and most sacred shrines in Bhutan. Stay overnight at the hotel in Paro.

Day 08 : Paro Depart

Post breakfast in the morning, you will be transferred to the airport to board flight to onward destination. 


• Hotel accommodation as per package same or similar hotels. • Breakfast + Lunch OR Dinner

• Transfers and sightseeing as pre-package car

• All toll tax, parking, fuel and driver allowances

• All applicable hotel and transport taxes.


• GST will be extra 5%

• Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions

• All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals

• Medical and travel insurance

• Any kind of entry fees anywhere if not mentioned in including

• Tips, travel insurance, medical insurance, laundry charges, liquors, mineral water, telephone charges

• All items of personal nature

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