Bhutan, located in South Asia, is a Buddhist kingdom on the eastern borders of the Himalayas. It is renowned for its monasteries, dzongs (or fortresses) and fascinating sceneries, which range from steep mountains and valleys to subtropical plains. Jomolhari (7,326m) is one of the most popular trekking destinations on the summit of the top Himalayas. Paro Taktsang monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, hangs on to the cliff above the forested Paro Valley. If you are planning a trip to this fascinating country, you will require the help of Bhutan Tour Companies.
Our website offers an excellent selection of first-class Bhutan Tourism Package Tours to suit every taste, budget, and schedule. Whether you want to visit Paro and Thimphu city or explore the beauties of Bumthang and Punakha cities, we have got you covered.
Satori Adventures travel agents have extensive experience to provide you with expert advice, securing the best value options possible. Find the right Bhutan tour package for you and make sure you understand what they offer before selecting.
Some of the items that are included in Bhutan travel packages include visiting:
Biological hotspot: It has earned its name from the outstanding diverse flora and fauna, with over 700 species of birds and 200 mammals living in these tropical, temperate and alpine forests that cover more than 72% of the land area.
Himalayan Buddhist: In this medieval land, drenched in myth and legend, advances an ancient Buddhist culture, which is among the last remaining examples of a Himalayan Buddhist community. Almost all Bhutan luxury travel packages include a trip to this site.
Uncharted mountains: Bhutan has some of the highest uncharted mountain summits worldwide. It is one of the most mountainous countries worldwide with altitudes ranging from 300m at the southern foothill and over 7,000m at its northern borders.
Natural and cultural beauty: It has a pristine natural environment inhabited by plenty of amazing flora and fauna. Centuries of seclusion and immense appraise for the natural world has made sure that its natural environment is immaculate, making Bhutan heavenly.
Hidden gems: Bordered by China and India, thunder dragon land remained hidden for centuries. In the 1960’s, Bhutan prudently welcomed modern development.
Bhutan tour package cost varies greatly depending on a number of factors such as the tour company you hire for your trip, your trip package (private or small group), the number of days your tour will last, and whether it’s a high season or low season. The low seasons are usually in January, February, June, July, August and December. The rest are high seasons, which are usually more expensive. Here is what it might cost you during low season
Make sure you enquire the cost on your Bhutan trip package as well as the items not covered in the cost, for example Travel insurance, Luxury hotels, Alcoholic beverages and drinks, Bhutan visa fees ($40 per individual) and Aviation and airport tax ($20 Paro airport tax), in order to get the most out of our trip.