bhutan yoga & retreat tour $1,240.00

Meditation and Yoga tour in Bhutan offers yoga in a peace environment. Get set for a life changing experience and achieve spiritual peace through our 6 nights and 7 days yoga and meditation package. The package takes you to various enchanting locations like Thimphu, Punakha and Paro valley that have become prominent centres for yoga and meditation. These places are situated in nature’s lap, dotted with many ancient temples and peaceful locations perfect for seeking peace and enlightenment.

To make most out of your tour, right planning and advice is required. We at Yelha Bhutan Tours have a great expertise at arranging the yoga and meditation tour at the best price. Our especially designed package offers you a perfect opportunity to experience the magic of yoga, reduce stress for a healthier and fulfilling life.

Day 1: ArriveBhutan to Thimphu

Fly into Paro by Druk Air, Bhutan’s National Airline. The great snow-capped peaks of the inner Himalayas rise up to the heavens can be seen during clear weather.

Visit the following:

  • Ta Dzong (National Museum)
  • RinpungDzong built in 1645.
  • Drive to Thimphu. Distance: 54 km
  • Estimated driving time: 1 hr
  • Drive to Kuensel Phodrang ( Buddha statue temple )
  • National Memorial Chorten,
  • Evening Yoga session.

Hotel in Thimphu: (Tashi yoedzerling resort, Gyelsey boutique resort, Hotel Namgay heritage or similar)


Day 2: Thimphu sightseeing

Yoga session in morning and after breakfast Thimphu sightseeing’s includes the following:

  • The Institute for Zorig Chusum (commonly known as the Painting School)
  • Visit Changankha Lhakhang. (one of the spiritual and most important temple in Thimphu)
  • Takin Preserve which houses the national animal- takin.
  • Craft Bazaar.
  • Centenary Farmers’ Market.
  • After 5PM we will visit the Tashichhodzong,
  • Evening Yoga session.

Hotel in Thimphu: (Tashi yoedzerling resort, Gyelsey boutique resort, Hotel Namgay Heritage or similar)


Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Yoga session in morning and after breakfast drive to Punakha valley

  • Distance: 71 km
  • Estimated driving time: 2 1/2 hrs
  • Punakha valley
  • Dochula Mountain pass
  • Chimi lhakhang
  • Punakha Dzong
  • Yoga session in evening

Night halt in Punakha. (Hotel Lobesa,Vara Hotel or meri phuensum resort or similar)


Day 4: Punakha valley

Today after Yoga session and Breakfast

  • Hike to Khamsum Yuelley Temple
  • Picnic Lunch with live cooking
  • River rafting sport.
  • Yoga session in evening

Night halt in Punakha. (Hotel Lobesa,Vara Hotel or meri phuensum resort or similar)


Day 5: Punakha to Paro

  • Distance: 110 km
  • Estimated driving time: 3:30 Min.
  • Relax drive to Paro.
  • Yoga session in evening

Night halt in Paro : (Tenziling resort, Mandala resort or Tashi namgyel resort or similar)


Day 6: Hike to Taktshang

Today after breakfast,

  • Hike up to Taktsang Monaster
  • Cultural program for the group.
  • Farewell dinner

Night halt in Paro : (Tenziling resort, Mandala resort or Tashi namgyel resort or similar)


Day 7: Deperture to Paro

In the morning tour guide from Yelha Bhutan Tours and Travel will escort you to the Paro airport for your flight to your onward destinations




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:

  • Government Categorized 3 Star Hotels and Resorts
  • Luxurious 4 Star Hotels & 5 Star International Hotel Chains
  • Village Homestay
  • Camping
  • Government Categorized 3 Star Hotels & Resorts

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

Luxurious 4 Star Hotels & 5 Star International Hotel Chains

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.

Village Homestay

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.

Can we buy mobile sim card and what about mobile connection?

Tourist can buy mobile sim cards. It can be activated within minutes and will cost only about USD$2.  Internet connectivity of 3G-4G will be available. Yelha Bhutan tours will be providing free Wi-Fi access in the resorts for the guest


Would we need travel insurance?

All visitors in Bhutan are advised to get their insurance coverage from their own country. Bhutan doesn’t have travel insurance facilities


What type of electric plug is used in Bhutan?

Bhutan uses the Indian round pin sockets. You can find adaptors in many of the hardware shops in the capital, Thimphu.


Are there any tips for taking pictures in Bhutan?

Bhutan is perhaps one of the most photogenic places in the world. The landscape, nature, architecture and the people make it a photographer’s paradise. People are generally happy to pose for pictures, but do ask before you do so if you are focusing on one person. Photography is not permitted inside Dzongs, monasteries and temples as they are considered living institutions.