Bhutan- an ultimate plan for a family trip

Bhutan- an ultimate plan for a family trip

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Bhutan is the most exotic landscape adorned with the Himalayas. It is a small country with the most beautiful ancient monasteries and temples. It is the last Buddhist kingdom with the most amazing culture and tradition. Bhutan is the most beautiful, colourful and traditional country to visit. It is also called the happy land as the people of Bhutan stay with happiness and peace. To experience this colourful culture with your family, Kamakhya Bhutan has availed with some of the best Bhutan family tour packages to spend your holiday.

Bhutan- the Land of the last dragon

Bhutan is known popularly with this name as it is the last Buddhist kingdom. It is filled with many famous monasteries and temples which is the best places to visit in Bhutan. Discovering Bhutan is like experiencing a new way of life. There are no traffic lights and the people stay with happiness. They celebrate some of the most colourful festivals and it has a medieval and ethnic look on the country.

One week itinerary of Bhutan travel with your family:

Visiting with your family is one more experience where you can enjoy with your whole family the land of Bhutan. To experience the landscape, monasteries, and temples you can get the best Bhutan family tour package from the travel agency of Kamakhya Bhutan

Day 1: Reaching Bhutan- the land of Shangri La

After reaching Bagdogra Airport from Bangalore, which takes 2 hours 50 minutes you can avail for cars which will help you to travel to Bhutan. The distance between Siliguri and Bhutan is 13 hours 48 minutes and the distance is 501.8 kilometres. Kamakhya Bhutan will avail you with all the services and you will reach easily to Bhutan with your family. You can book the best and affordable hotel, Sonam Trophel Hotel to have rest and spend some leisure time before you start sightseeing in Bhutan.

Day 2: Rinpung Dzong fort and Chele La Pass, Paro

On the second day, you can start your Bhutan trip with Paro which takes 6 hours 43 minutes with a distance of 230.8 kilometres. After reaching Paro, you can take a walk of just 20 minutes to the beautiful fort, Rinpung Dzong witnessing the beautiful temple with wall paintings. From there you can move ahead within 1 hour 22 minutes with a distance of 36.8 kilometres to the beautiful Chele La pass located at an altitude of about 3,989 metres. It is a pass with the magnificent view of the valleys, gushing waterfalls, alpine flowers and clouds floating above the hills. You can return back to Bhutan and go strolling in the nearby places and spend your night resting at the hotel.

Day 3: Beautiful Punakha Dzong fort and the valley of Phobjikha

The amazing fort of Punakha Dzong will let you explore its beauty. It takes 4 hours 31 minutes from Bhutan with a distance of 140.0 kilometres. It has preserved the beautiful stories and traditions of Buddhist culture through its paintings and architecture. From there you can travel to Phobjikha valley a beautiful U-shaped glacial valley with the stream flowing through their open grasslands taking 1 hour 45 minutes with a distance of about 88 kilometres. In the evening you can return back to Bhutan and take rest to keep yourself active for the next day trip.

Day 4: Huge statue of Buddha Dordenma Statue and the Tigerís Nest monastery

You should not miss the chance of getting awestruck by the huge 169 feet tall statue of Buddha, with a house of millions of small statues of Buddha which can be seen from any part of Thimphu. It takes 5 hours 58 minutes with a distance of about 192.8 kilometres. From there you can travel to the Taktsang Palphug Monastery also known as Tigerís Monastery which takes 1 hour 54 minutes with a distance of about 67.3 kilometres. It is the popular monastery which has its own beauty with its structure and eye soothing location.

Day 5: Wildlife of Jigme Dorji National Park and National Museum of Paro

The best wildlife reserve is Jigme Dorji National Park which takes 6 hours 30 minutes from Bhutan with a distance of about 189.8 kilometres. The park has to show many endangered species of animals and exotic species of flora and fauna within an area of 4316 square kilometres. After emerging with the wildlife you can change your mind and visit the National Museum of Paro which takes 5 hours 9 minutes with a distance of about 166.7 kilometres. It will mesmerize you with the culture and history of Bhutan.

Day 6: A trip to the traditional Folk Heritage Museum

To explore the traditional things is the best way to know more about Bhutan. The Folk Heritage Museum is one such place where you get to experience the local life of Bhutan. This museum is about 150 years old of mud and wood 3 stories structure. It takes almost 5 hours 54 minutes with a distance of about 190.9 kilometres. You can travel back to hotel after which you can spend your evening in Bhutan with your family.

Day 7: Nearby places in Bhutan and a heavy-hearted return to your hometown

After visiting some famous places in Paro and Thimphu, it is time for you to experience some sightseeing places in Bhutan. As there is not much sightseeing places within Bhutan you can explore the daily life of Bhutan and pick up some famous ethnic and traditional kinds of stuffs before you realize the leave from Bhutan. After such a wonderful trip in Bhutan it is time that you return to Siliguri and then to your hometown. Just to hear about the wonderful and colourful Bhutan is not enough if you do not explore it. If it is with your family then it will be the best holiday tour for you. Exploring this beautiful country with the best Bhutan family tour package from Kamakhya Bhutan is a memorable one.
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