Bhutan Family Tour Packages

Bhutan Family Package Tour

Happiness is the unit through which the greatest trips are measured and the best trips are made with friends and family. If you are looking for Bhutan family tour packages, then we have the best deals for you. Travel to the dreamy land of Bhutan and rejuvenate yourself with our Bhutan family tour package.

Highlights of 5 Days Short itinerary Bhutan

  • Day 01: Arrive at Paro International Airport and transfer to Thimphu that is approximately 50 km away.
  • Day 02: After breakfast, full day Thimphu sightseeing tour including Dochula Pass, Buddha Dordenma, Thimphu Dzong, Tango Buddhist Institute etc.
  • Day 03: Transfer to Punakha that is 75 km away. Half day local sightseeing tour and overnight stay at a hotel.
  • Day 04: Full day Punakha sightseeing tour. Places include- Punakha Dzong, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, and Punakha Suspension Bridge etc.
  • Day 05: Early morning transfer to Paro and half day local sightseeing tour. Departure from Paro International Airport for a journey back to home.

Recent Bhutan Family Tour Review:

Mainak Bhattacharya

4 Months Ago

We were a group of 60 pax of tourist through Kamakhya Bhutan tours and had great experience. Vicky planned everything perfectly. We dint face any hassle in our tour and the tour was great success and one of the most memorable tour as of now. So will be recommending Kamakhya Bhutan to everyone who ever comes to you and ask for Bhutan tour. View More

3ace evmc

5 Months Ago

Bhutan - the ultimate experience of serenity and spiritual silence where nature speaks to you. The blue skies, pollution free air and sweet humble people. Definitely a destination to distress rejuvenate yourself. Kamakhya tours-the guys who planned our itenary are truly professional people who had meticulously designed the itenary. Our guide "karma" who lived up to his name was a pure soul with humble approach and safe driving through the steep turns of the valley. People are very warm and the culture truly spiritual.View More


What should we pack for a family trip to Bhutan with infants?

Packing of clothes depends on the season. If you are visiting during October to December, then you should pack light woolens along with jackets as the temperature may fall at night.