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Bhutan- Land of Thunder Dragon

Bhutan is a tiny but a very peaceful kingdom hidden among the lofty mountains of the himalaya. The tiny himalayan kingdom is surrounded by mighty neighbours like: Tibet and China in the north, Nepal in the west and India in the east and south. Bhutan’s forest and nature are home to very rare 200 species of mammals, 778 species of birds and 5600 species of medicinal plants.

Bhutan is also known as Menjong; the land of medicinal plants. The people of Bhutan are very peaceful, religious and they live in great harmony with the nature. Several mountains, rivers and trees are considered as holy so, the people respect and love their environment. Approximately 700,000 people live in Bhutan. Bhutan is home to chains of mountains ranging upto 7500 meters but most of the people live in the fertile valleys. The people eat mostly rice with vegetable and drink butter tea. Chilly is added to every dish so the food they eat is very spicy.

Happiness is a place

It is no surprise that the main goal in life for Bhutanese people is happiness. Even the mandate of mandate of modern Bhutanese state is Gross National Happiness. In translation this means that economic development, goal for much of humanity, is only a means to the real goal of happiness. Bhutan’s Brand tagline ‘happiness is a place’ simply assure that happiness can be found in simple things and these simple things can be found anywhere and in anything.

An abode of gods

Bhutan is the last bastion of Mahayana Buddhism, a spiritual practice that is known to be one of the most profound schools of teaching in the Buddhist world. The sacred monasteries that sit precariously on sheer cliffs, the fluttering prayers flags that line the high ridges, the red robed monks who chant through the day and night give this kingdom an aura that comes from another time. Bhutan is half an hour ahead of IST (Indian Standard Time).


Thimphu waterfall

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On arrival at Bagdogra (IXB) airport by 10 AM, meet & greet by our representative. Transfer from Bagdogra to Phuentsholing at Bhutan border. After completing Bhutan immigration formalities, start your journey to Thimphu (7,500 ft), the Bhutan capital. On the way enjoy the beauty of Bhutan Himalaya and waterfall. On arrival at Thimphu check into your respective hotel. Overnight at Thimphu.


Buddha Point

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After breakfast, sightseeing of Thimphu valley includes, visit to, Buddha Point- world’s largest sitting Buddha, Simply Bhutan Museum. Afternoon, proceed to Punakha (Approx 75km/ 3 Hours from Thimphu). 

Punakha is the old capital of Bhutan and now its district of Punakha Dzongkhag. Punakha was the capital of Bhutan till 1955. En-route visit Dochu la Pass. The pass is popular among the tourists because of its 360 degree panoramic view of Himalayan range. The place is worth


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  • Vehicle (Toyota Coaster/similar) for pickup and drop from Bagdogra Airport, all sightseeing, land transfer & inter hotel transfer
  • Driver allowance, toll, hotel parking, road tax, fuel charge, night halt, interstate charges.
  • Breakfast and dinner 
  • Double sharing room (Twin beds are subject to availability)
  • 3 Star hotel accommodation 
  • Trip leader/Local guide
  • VISA/permit for visiting all restricted area
  • Sustainable Development Fee (INR 1,200 per day)


  • Any airfare, train fare, overland journey which is not mentioned in the itinerary 
  • Camera fees, and cost of all other optional activities like Boating, Trekking
  • Room heater
  • Entry fees as per the itinerary (INR 5000 per head additional)
  • Tiger’s Nest trek INR 1000 per head
  • Lunch, any meals during road journey
  • Tips/gratuities for driver and local guide (as a genuine gesture towards their service) 
  • Any medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps. 
  • Hard Drinks, laundry, soft drinks, porter service, meals apart from the meals mentioned in the packages.
  • Airport/station pick up and drop at different timings (INR 6,000 per head)
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Hot stone bath INR 2000
  • GST 5%



 A rucksack of a minimum of 60L or trolly bag

• Day bag / Day pack

• A suncap / hat and a woollen cap

• At least 2 pairs of inner thermals.

• 1 warm jacket, 1 pair of gloves, 1 fleece jacket.

• At least 2 long pants (trek pants and cargo pants are favourable)

• 4 pair of socks (2 pairs of cotton and 2 pairs of woollen socks)

• A pair of hiking shoes with good grip and insulation

• Floaters and sandals / slippers

• Quick dry towel

• Sanitary pads

• Trekking pole

• A rain jacket or a poncho, hoodie

• Torch and head lamp

• Glucose powder, Tablets for headaches, diarrhoea, motion and altitude sickness, Dettol

• Bandages, Cotton, Crepe bandage, Strepsils, Sprain relief spray

• Any personal medication advised by the doctor

• Toiletry kit

• UV protected sunglasses

• Sunscreen minimum of SPF 40+

• Lip balm, cold creams

• Power bank, Mobile charger

• Insect repellent

• Snacks, dryfruits, Energy bar

• Laundry bag (waterproof)

• Extra cash (Rs.6,000/- approx) for entry fees, lunch, dinner, activities, tips, shopping etc.



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Cancellation Policy


From Departure Date

Upto 30 Days

29 – 15 Days

14 – 0 Days

Advance Amount 50%

Non refundable

Non refundable

Non refundable

Remaining Amount 50%

Refund as credit

Non refundable

Non refundable


  1. No cancellations will be taken over the call or WhatsApp message. Please reply to the email of the payment receipt that you have received at the time of booking regarding the cancellation. 
  2. Booking/Advance amount 50% is Non-Refundable.
  3. Remaining/balance 50% amount if paid before 30 days, can be refunded as a credit note for future booking.
  4. Cancellation after 29 Days will have No Refund.
  5. You are not applicable for a refund if you fail to show up on the day of departure under the given timeline that has been provided to you beforehand. 
  6. There would be no refund provided in case there occur some problems due to government orders, harsh weather conditions, any kind of protests, landslides, or any other unforeseen circumstances. On the occasion of any such happenings, we have a backup plan ready most of the time and we'll be moving onto that. There are times when we would have to cancel some activities mentioned in the itinerary but it's only due to the reason that we would be bound by a circumstance that is not in our control. 
  7. If a trek/trip has to be aborted midway due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rain, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh, etc.). In that case, no refund would be provided. 
  8. TripNaari will not bear any extra expense due to any natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rain, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh, etc.)

Terms and Conditions


  1. Vouchers are non-transferable and valid only for the services mentioned herein. 
  2. Any services not specifically requested, confirmed and noted on vouchers will not be rendered. Any service unused is non-refundable. 
  3. All extras are to be paid directly to the hotels/the service providers. 
  4. Please stick to itinerary, anything extra shall be chargeable (at the location itself.) 
  5. The company shall not be liable for damages/charges incurred by travelers if any of the following reasons apply: Natural disaster, war, civil unrest, and alteration or cancellation of tour itinerary due to such causes. Accidents during transportation or accommodations, damage by fire. 
  6. Orders of either Bhutan governments or immigration regulations, isolation resulting from infectious diseases, and tour itinerary alteration or cancellation owing to such causes. 
  7. Baggage and personal belongings of the tour participant is his/ her responsibility. The company shall not be liable for the loss / damage of the same.
  8. Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited during the bus journey/ in the dining halls.
  9. The company shall not be responsible and/or liable for any damage/ loss caused to the tour participant due to reasons beyond the control of the company.

Frequest Questions



1) Can I travel solo?

Ans: Ofcourse, travel solo with a group of like-minded solo travelers or just with yourself alone to a new destination, TripNaari will take care of everything. 


2) Can I also bring my friends and family members along with me?

Ans: TripNaari is a women-oriented travel company, specialized in providing handcrafted travel services for women of all ethnicities and ages. The services include group tours, customized tours for solo travelers, group of friends or family members.


3) Can I also bring my kids on Group tours?

Ans: Most of our Group tours are kids friendly. Kindly connect with any of our Tour Consultants to get a confirmation and cost details if not mentioned on our website.


4) What is the approximate cost for parking and monument entry fees during sightseeing?

Ans: For each and every destination, costs may vary. The entry and vehicle parking fee starts from Rs.50/- to Rs.200/- each places. You can carry Rs.8,000/- for your meals, sightseeing, entry, guide charges, activities like Boating, Adventure activities and shopping. 


5) What if there is any medical emergency during the tour?  Will I be getting any refund for cancellation?

Ans: The tour leaders are capable enough to handle any situations and proper attention will be given throughout the tour. In case you get admitted in hospital, you will not be able to join further places because of fixed itinerary for a group tour and no refund will be initiated. Hospital expenses and stay at hotel will be paid by the customer directly. However, we will make sure that you are well prepared for the tour and instructions will be given accordingly.


6) Can we rely on the itinerary which was shared earlier?

Ans: Though, the itinerary will be the same, there could be slight changes if the weather becomes extreme or unfavourable for the tour or any other causes. Alternative options will be given. 


7) What if my flight/train gets cancelled or rescheduled?

And: You will have to inform us as soon as possible, with additional pick-up charges (if the timings are not matching with the earlier scheduled timings. Also, early check-in at hotel is not allowed.


8) Can I carry snacks for the tour and is liquor and smoking allowed?

Ans: Yes, keep on munching and keep yourself hydrated. Drinking and smoking is strictly prohibited.

9) Can we expect proper food wherever we stay?

Ans: Bhutanese delicacies are rich with spicy chillies and cheese but are normally tempered to the taste of the visitors. All our hotels and lodges offer delicious Indian, Chinese, Continental and Bhutanese cuisine. Hotels normally serve a mixture of vegetarian and non-vegetarian items on buffet style however pure vegetarian meals also served on request and prior information. 

10) Can I opt for a Single sharing room?

Ans: Kindly connect with any of our Tour Consultants to get a confirmation on this and cost details if not mentioned on our website. However, places like Ladakh, Arunachal, Meghalaya do not have single rooms due to limited accommodations. 


11) Do we get any refund in case we miss any sightseeing places?

Ans: No, there will not be any refund. We request you to be on time everyday and follow the instructions given by the leader. 


12) How is the network connectivity and which network works?

And: Telecommunication is well developed and efficient in Bhutan. The country code is +975. WiFi is available in all stays. You can also buy a local sim card for INR 500 

13) How is the weather conditions of Bhutan throughout the year?

Ans: Bhutan’s climate is quite unpredictable. The weather can vary dramatically from place to place and day to day. In Thimphu and Paro valleys, the winter daytime temperature averages 16 degrees Celsius during clear days and drop well below freezing point during the night. The fluctuations are not so great during the summer and the daytime temperature rises to mid-twenties Celsius. From May to September, cotton cloths are sufficient, plus a woolen sweater or light jacket. From November to the end of April, however, you will need very warm clothes. Comfortable sports shoes are also recommended. Mountains boots are not necessary unless you are trekking.

14) Any chances of local disputes or emergency?

Ans: Bhutan is a very safe destination with lowest crime rate in the world. In general you will find Bhutanese people very warm, hospitable, helpful and friendly.

15) What currency can we use there?

Ans: The Bhutanese currency is called Ngultrum (Nu.) and is at par with Indian Rupee. Credit cards (Amex  and Visa cards) are accepted by only few limited establishments and no ATM centers are available. Indian Rupee is acceptable all over Bhutan. It is advisable to carry Indian currency cash throughout the trip.

16) What is the main language and religion of Bhutan?

Ans: The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha and a large number of dialects are spoken. English has been the language of educational instruction since 1964 and is widely spoken. Also locals at popular tourist destinations understand and speak Hindi. Mahayana Buddhism is the state religion and the majority of Bhutanese people follow Drukpa School of the Kagyupa.

17) Is photography allowed?

Ans: You can photograph almost everywhere in Bhutan. The people are highly photogenic and everyone seems to wear a smile. However, very often the Bhutanese are camera shy so use your discretion at all times and when in doubt ask verbally or by gesture. Also while photographing Dzongs, monasteries and temples; please check with your guide.

18) How is the electricity facility?

Ans: The voltage supply in the Bhutan is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz. Standard Indian round pin sockets are normally used at all places


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