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Country

Bhutan

Duration

5

Trip Difficulty

easy

Group Size

2 to 20

Accommodation

Trekkers Hut

Max

3000m

Trip Type

Trekking and Tour

Meals

Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

$2,390

5

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We Offer Group Discount

No. of Persons

Price Per Person in USD 

  • 1-1

    $2,590

  • 2-5

    $2,390

  • 6-11

    $2,340

  • 12-20

    $2,290

Experience the rich culture and unique lifestyle of Bhutan and its people with Third Eye Adventure. Visit Bhutan Tour the beautiful townships of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha.

Witness ancient fortresses and monasteries, including the famous Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, a sacred temple hanging onto a rocky cliff.  Explore the King’s Memorial Chorten, and much more.  All of this whilst enjoying the constant company of the amazing Bhutanese landscape.

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Includes

Includes

  • All accommodation where available
  • Visa charge for Bhutan
  • Airport Pickup/Drop off
  • International flights to Bhutan
  • All ground transportation
  • Private guide with insurance
  • Entrance fees to all sights
  • First Aid Kit
  • All government and local taxes
  • Meals as per the Itinerary

Excludes

  • International flights home cuntry to home country
  • Nepal ntry Visa fees – at present $30 for 15 day, US$ 50 for 30 day, and US$ 120 for three month visa on entry into Nepal.
  • Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, lost, theft expenses.
  • Personal gear and expenses
  • Alcoholic and soda drinks.
  • Tips and gratitude for guide/porter

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Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey with your group of friends! Our private adventure specialists have got you covered with the ultimate “Third Eye” experience. From planning your trip to answering any questions you may have, our team is here to make sure that your private adventure goes off without a hitch and creates memories that will last forever!

Call +977 9851175534 or email info@thirdeyeadventure.com for more information on all the amazing options we offer and get ready to set out on the adventure of a lifetime!

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Frequently Asked Questions.

What is the best time to take the Bhutan cultural Tour?

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The best time for Bhutan Cultural Tour is during the month of spring and autumn seasons due to stable weather conditions and favorable temperatures. Also, many big festivals lie during these months.

Is the hike to Tiger's Nest Monastery during Bhutan Cultural Tour is difficult?

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It takes around 4-5 hours back and forth to hike the Tiger’s Nest monastery. There are some steep parts and lots of stairs but the trail path is in good condition. It is best for people who are pretty fit. You can also rent horses or mules if you need help along the way.

How is the food in Bhutan Cultural Tour?

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Bhutanese food is famous for its tasty spices and special flavors, like Ema Datshi. When you go on the tour, most of your meals are already included. If you have any special you can tell us before you join this tour. We will try to manage as per your needs and interests for the Bhutan Cultural Tour.

What's the accommodation like during Bhutan Cultural Tour?

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The accommodation that you will be staying in during Bhutan Cultural Tour will be a 3-star hotel or resort. You will find great comfort while staying because it will be clean with great service and a nice ambiance.

Can I personalize my Bhutan tour?

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If you have any personal interest in changing the itinerary that it is also possible to do. The itinerary can be customized on your own but you need to consult us so that we can prepare accordingly.

What are the rules for taking photos in Bhutan?

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There are no special rules for taking photos but we suggest you take permission before taking photos of people or inside temples and dzongs.

What currency is used in Bhutan, and how should I manage my money?

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The currency used in Bhutan is the Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN). We advise you to exchange the currency from the bank or the currency exchange counter for the best rate. Also carry some currency so that it will be helpful during the journey for the food, drinks, snacks, buying souvenir handicrafts or giving tips.

Reviews

Ivan

Singapore

I had such a great time with Third Eye Adventure. My friends and I did the cultural tour and a trekking tour. Special thank you to our guide Lobzang for taking such good care of us. His knowledge of Bhutan was diverse and extensive. He was warm, friendly, patient and flexible. I really enjoyed learning about Buddhism from him. We had different drivers (thank you Passang and Jameeung (spelling?)) but all were friendly, professional and skilled at navigating the tricky roads. The hotels we stayed at were comfortable and our dietary preferences were accommodated. In general, everyone we encountered made great efforts to ensure our comfort, happiness and safety. I recommend without hesitation visiting Bhutan with Third Eye Adventure …

Reuven T

Italy

I learned so much about history, culture and daily life of people in Bhutan. Our Guide make sure we had a great experience. Everyday was full of adventures from hiking to eating lunch prepared by locals. He knows all the secret trails and speaks perfect English! Highly recommend you travel with Third Eye Adventure and ask for Lobsang to be your guide!

David S

Prague, Czech Republic

Great mountain, great service for good money. Everything went really well, weather and food was great 🙂

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