Bhutan Thunder Dragon Tour is a short day cultural tour of western Bhutan. Yelha Bhutan Tours has organized this tour to give our guests the maximum sightseeing of the two western parts of Bhutan in the available short duration. Thimphu valley “Capital” and Paro valley is one of the most highly visited and popular valleys in the kingdom.
Tour Cost including Bhutan Visa Fees
(Not including Bhutan air fare)
High Season: March, April, May, September, October & November
Single traveler: US$ 850 per person
2 person: US$ 760 Per person
3 plus person: US$ 730 per person
Low Season: January, February, June, July, August & December
Single traveler: US$ 700 per person
2 person: US$ 640 Per person
3 plus person: US$ 610 per person
Bangkok-Paro-Bangkok = US$ 700
Singapore-Paro-Singapore = USD$ 1200
Delhi –Paro-Delhi = USD$700
Kathmandu-Paro-Kathmandu = USD$400
(Note airfares are subjected to change as per the notice by Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines)
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Duration: 4 Days, 3 Nights.
Locations: Thimphu & Paro valley.
Type of Tour: Cultural tour.
Highlight: Visit to the T Dzong (National Museum), Worlds tallest bronze Buddha statue, Tigers nest hike, 7th Century Jampa Lhakhang, Souvenir shopping at Paro and Thimphu town etc
This tour is for our guests who doesn’t have much time for their vacation and would like to see and visit the must visit sites in the two popular valleys of the Kingdom. We will be visiting the Ta Dzong (National Museum),Paro Dzong, the world largest bronze Buddha statue, memorial stupa, Tashichhodzong and hike the most sacred site for Buddhism in the world the Taktsang Goempa (Tiger’s Nest Monastery) at Paro.
This tour will be one of the most memorable vacations that you have ever undertaken. Our Guides and drivers will serve you will in the best possible manner.
we hope to provide the ultimate best value for all our guests. We choose some of the finest hotels, offer free upgrades to make our visitors feel the most welcomed and well-taken care of while traveling in Bhutan. We take pride in providing first class accommodations for our travelers.
A wide variety of accommodations are available ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to cozy little hotels, homestays in traditional Bhutanese homes to camping under the stars. Visitors can be assured of comfort, ambiance and hospitality.
The types of accommodations can be divided into:
Hotels in Bhutan are rated according to a National 5 Star rating System. All Tour Operators are required to provide their guests with Government Categorized Hotels and Resorts, a minimum of 3 Star accommodations so you can be assured of your comfort. Most hotels provide their guests with Basic Necessities, Room Service, Free Wi-fi, Television and some of them also have Fitness Centers and Spas
The luxury packages are based on 4 star luxury hotels and 5 star International Hotels Chain (Aman Kora, COMO Uma, Zhiwaling, Le Meridien and Taj Tashi) with extra charges in addition to the Mandatory Daily Tariff of USD $250/person/night.
Visitors also have the option of spending a night in a traditional Bhutanese Farm House with a Bhutanese family. Agriculture is still one of the major sources of livelihood among the Bhutanese people and a farm-stay will give you an excellent glimpse into the day-to-day life of a typical Bhutanese family. You’ll be able to observe age old Bhutanese farming traditions as the family goes about its daily tasks. You’ll enjoy delicious home-cooked meals and the unparalleled hospitality of a Bhutanese host.
There’s nothing like camping in some of the most breath taking landscapes of Bhutan. Visitors embarking on long treks will be provided with tents and whatever other camping equipment is deemed necessary. Regardless of where you stay, visitors can be assured of their comfort and traditional Bhutanese hospitality.
Your Bhutan Visa and Bhutan tour will be 100% confirmed once the company receives your full payment. You will receive you Bhutan Visa and confirmed tickets 24-48 hours after you transfer us the full tour payment.
You can visit western Bhutan (Thimphu, Paro, Punakha and Wangduephodrang) anytime of the year. Avoid central and eastern Bhutan during the monsoon months of July and August when the weather is sometimes a little wet for sightseeing
All visitors in Bhutan are advised to get their insurance coverage from their own country.
Yes, tipping is a standard practice in Bhutan and it is part of a Bhutanese culture. All your service staff such as guide, driver, hotels staff will expect tips from you at the end of the service.
Licensed Bhutanese travel guides will introduce you to the many facets of this interesting country. The English-speaking guides undergo regular training and, where required, specialized guides will lead you on bird watching, botany or other special tours.