5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package

  • Duration 6 Days
  • Destination Bhutan
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Meals Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Accommodation Standard Hotels
  • Max. Altitude 2950 Meters
  • Activity Cultural Spiritual Experience
  • Group Size 1 to 20
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Visit Kyichu Lhakhang and hike up to the renowned Taktshang Monastery, also known as Tiger's Nest.
  • Reach the 3,080-meter-high Dochula Pass and take in the breathtaking vistas of mountains like Masagang, Tsendagang, Gangkar Puensum (Bhutan's highest peak), etc.
  • A picturesque flight above the mountains headed toward the Paro airport
  • See the Memorial Chorten, erected in honor of Tashichho Dzong and King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck.
  • Get to know the people of Bhutan and their customs.
  • Explore the Wangdue Phodrang local market and Punakha Dzong.
  • See the historic stronghold Simtokha Dzong en route to Paro.
  • Explore the National Museum, Rinpung Dzong, and the Drukgyel Dzong ruins located in Paro.
  • Savor breathtaking views of the surrounding natural beauties while on the excursion.

5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour is a cultural journey that includes enlightening excursions at Bhutan's significant cultural centers and historic landmarks. Explore remote Buddhist gompas, imposing dzongs or forts, opulent castles, and stunning lakhangs (Buddhist temples). You may immerse yourself in Bhutanese culture over a 5-night, 6-day tour, and learn about the country's literature, dancing, music, monasteries, clothing code, and religion. You will also have the chance to see the National Memorial Chorten, the center of Bhutanese daily devotion and the country's most well-known and identifiable religious icon.

The experts at Green Valley Nepal Treks have designed the 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour package so that you may take advantage of all the things Bhutan has to offer. Vajrayana Buddhism, which the majority of people practice, has influenced most of Bhutan's mythology, paintings, architecture, and other artistic creations. Whenever you travel, you will come across dzongs and monasteries with prayer flags flying overhead. You can be sure to have a lovely escape from ordinary life when you combine gorgeous surroundings with spiritual experiences.

On the 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour, in addition to seeing the local culture, you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains and scenery. Dochula Pass and Tiger's Nest Monastery are two of the greatest places to get a view of these sublime vistas. From the vantage points, you can see the peaks of several neighboring mountains. You will go through several rivers, thick forests, and waterfalls on your route from one city to the next. Your tour will include incredible moments that you won't soon forget.

After a dazzling flight over high mountains from Kathmandu to Paro International Airport, your 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan tour will begin. The capital of Bhutan, Thimphu, is reachable after a brief yet picturesque journey through the magnificent Bhutanese countryside. Admire the magnificent National Memorial Chorten, erected in honor of Bhutan's third king. Enjoy an amazing view of the capital city by taking a drive up to the mountaintop shrine of Buddha Dordenma. With 125,000 tiny sculptures housed inside its 169-foot-tall frame, the Buddha Dordenma is a massive, gilded statue of Sakyamuni Buddha.

Bhutan's distinctive arts and crafts can be experienced personally by paying a visit to the Royal Textile Academy, Folk Heritage Museum, and Painting School. You will tour the neighborhood market and Motithang Takin Preserve before departing Thimphu. Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan, is the next destination on your 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Itinerary. Punakha, a scenic city with medieval dzongs, wooden dwellings, and monasteries, is situated at the meeting point of the Po and Mo Chhu rivers. You will see the magnificent Punakha Dzong, one of the most exquisite and historic dzongs in Bhutan, when you are in Punakha.  A magnificent example of traditional Bhutanese architecture and craftsmanship, the six-story building was built.

You will travel to Wangdue Phodrang, a nearby valley that is just a short drive away, after exploring Punakha.  You will witness Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, a stunning fortress set atop a ridge with a commanding view of the meeting of two rivers. The dzong may still be undergoing renovation after it was devastated by fire in 2012. You will spend the night at your hotel in Punakha following a wonderful day of sightseeing. You will return to Paro after visiting Punakha and Wangdue to explore additional historic sites. Some of Bhutan's most well-known heritage sites can be found in Paro, one of the nation's major cities.

On a hilltop with an outstanding view of the city, you will see the Rinpung, also known as the Paro Dzong. Paro Dzong, which dates to the seventeenth century, was a military fort that kept the Tibetan invaders away from the Paro town. Near the Paro Dzong, the National Museum displays Buddhist murals and paintings along with antique weaponry and armor that was once used by the army of Bhutan. Hiking to Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger's Nest, Bhutan's famous cliffside monastery, rounds out your fascinating journey.

In summary, the 5-night/6-day Bhutan tour provides a great overview of the nation's natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and customs. It gives visitors a glimpse of the well-known landmarks, incredible scenery, and unique way of life of a nation, making it an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. You will be enthralled by the authenticity of Bhutanese food, culture, and way of life at every turn. Without a doubt, Green Valley Nepal Treks will work tirelessly to make sure your 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan tour package is well worth the cost.

Benefits of Booking 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package with us

  • International and Domestic Airport Pickup And Drop off service
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek Duffle Bag
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek T-Shirt
  • Medical Kits - Which May Be Necessary In Certain Cases.
  • Free Excess Luggage stored at Green Valley Nepal Store During The Trek
  • Arrangements for emergency evacuation services (you must have emergency evacuation insurance; your travel insurance company will cover this cost).
  • We monitor your heart rate, oxygen saturation, and pulse using an oximeter.

What You Can Expect from 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package?

Take a trip of a lifetime with our meticulously designed 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package, which is intended to fully immerse you in the captivating splendor and cultural diversity of the enigmatic nation of Bhutan.

  • Tranquil Retreats and Cultural Marvels: Experience a harmonious fusion of peace and cultural exploration. Travel through breathtaking scenery, where verdant valleys give way to the lofty peaks of the Himalayas. Discover the mysteries of historic monasteries that are decorated with colorful prayer flags that dance in the Himalayan wind.
  • Personalized Itinerary for a Unique Adventure: Every trip is unique, and our 5-Night/6-Day Bhutan Tour is no exception. Personalized to your tastes, the schedule ensures a memorable journey. Make experiences that are as unique as the Dragon Kingdom itself as you meander through thriving marketplaces, participate in regional celebrations, and indulge in delicious distinctive Bhutanese food.
  • Spiritual Odyssey to Iconic Monasteries: Take a spiritual journey and witness famous monasteries like Tiger's Nest (Paro Taktsang), which is placed perilously on a cliff and offers stunning views of the valley below. Interact with monks, learn about Bhutanese Buddhism, and take in the enthralling customs that have persisted for generations.
  • Exclusive Accommodations with Scenic Views: Luxurious lodgings encapsulating the spirit of Bhutanese hospitality await you. You can begin your day following nature when you awaken to expansive vistas of mountains sprinkled with mist. Your entire Bhutanese experience will be enhanced by the luxury and peacefulness of our handpicked accommodations.
  • Seamless Travel Logistics: Allow us to handle the complexities of your trip plans. A seamless journey is guaranteed by our two-decade presence in the area. You can concentrate on taking in Bhutan's breathtaking scenery since we put your convenience first, including comfortable transportation options and airport transfers.
  • Gross National Happiness: Bhutan is renowned for using Gross National Happiness (GNH), a novel concept that puts happiness and well-being ahead of economic growth, to evaluate development. It is possible for visitors to learn about Buddhism and its social impact in Bhutan.
  • Ecotourism: Bhutan is committed to protecting the environment and has worked extremely hard to protect its natural resources. Visits to protected areas, hiking, and animal viewing are a few of the eco-friendly things to do.

Is 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package Suitable For You?

The 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package is a great option for people who want to experience a beautiful balance of spirituality, stunning scenery, and cultural exploration. Regardless of your level of skill, this well-planned trip offers a rewarding experience catered to a variety of tastes.

  • Our Bhutan tour is a cultural mosaic just waiting to be discovered if you enjoy immersing yourself in other cultures. Discover time-honored Bhutanese customs by touring historic monasteries, taking in traditional celebrations, and interacting with the kind people there.
  • The 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour reveals breathtaking scenery for people who crave tranquility in the heart of nature. Savor the tranquil atmosphere that fills the air as you travel through verdant valleys and are in wonder at the towering Himalayan peaks. A sanctuary for those who love the natural world.
  • Visit well-known monasteries like Tiger's Nest to experience Bhutan's mystical atmosphere. Experience Bhutanese Buddhism, have deep discussions with monks, and take in customs that date back centuries. The excursion offers a special chance for spiritual reflection.
  • Bhutan provides a canvas of incredible pictures if you're the kind of person who views everything via the lens of a filter. Every picture perfectly conveys the spirit of Bhutan, from landscapes draped in prayer flags to historic dzongs. Take your camera with you and record moments that will be treasured for years to come in your photo album.
  • Take a break from the daily grind and enjoy the peace and quiet of Bhutan's beautiful scenery. Our luxurious accommodations with picturesque views offer the ideal environment for unwinding so you may revitalize your body, mind, and spirit.
  • Bhutan's exciting adventure awaits those who are curious about the unknown and its unique blend of modernity and culture. Discover the secrets of Bhutan, from its traditional arts and crafts to its Gross National Happiness ideology.

Preparation for 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package

The 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package is an exhilarating journey, and careful planning guarantees a smooth and pleasurable experience. Here is a thorough guide to help you get ready for your trip to the fascinating country of Bhutan:

  • Weather Awareness: Be ready for a range of weather situations. Bhutan has a climate that varies from subtropical to alpine, so be sure to check the forecast for the area you want to visit and pack appropriately.
  • Packing Essentials: Don't forget to pack for the variety of adventures Bhutan has to offer. It's imperative to have layers for different climates, comfortable outdoor attire, reliable walking shoes, and an insulated jacket for chilly evenings. While exploring, don't forget to pack necessities like a reusable water bottle, sunglasses, and a hat to stay hydrated.
  • Travel Documents: Ascertain that you possess all required travel documentation, such as a passport that is valid for at least six months after the date of your scheduled departure. All travelers to Bhutan must get a visa, which our staff will handle to make the procedure easier for you.
  • Travel Insurance: Think about getting all-inclusive travel insurance that covers unanticipated circumstances, trip cancellations, and medical emergencies. It gives you comfort when traveling.
  • Health Precautions: Before you go to Bhutan, find out from your healthcare professional what types of vaccinations you need to get and what safety measures to take. If your plan involves travel to higher altitudes, bring along a basic first aid kit, and any essential medications, and speak with your physician about preventing altitude sickness.
  • Currency and Finances: The Bhutanese Ngultrum (BTN) is the country's official currency. Although some locations may accept major currencies, it's best to have local cash on hand. Let your bank know when you plan to travel so there won't be any problems using your credit or debit cards overseas.
  • Communication: Since there may be communication gaps in Bhutan due to poor internet availability in some locations, it is advised that you let your loved ones know. If you require reliable internet, think about getting a local SIM card when you are there.
  • Adventure Readiness: Make sure you're physically prepared if your itinerary includes activities like hiking to Tiger's Nest. It's imperative to have a daypack and comfy hiking shoes. Throughout these activities, our guides will give the information and assistance that is required.
  • Photography Gear: Bring a camera or smartphone to record the breathtaking scenery and unique cultural events. Make sure you have sufficient battery life and storage for the duration of your tour.

Our staff is committed to making sure you have the most enjoyable travel experience possible and that you make treasured memories in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.

5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package Cost 2024 and 2025

Green Valley Nepal Treks offers the 5 Nights and 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package based on group size. Please follow for the group price details:

No. of PaxStarting Price        Inquiry 
2 to 3USD 1925 per personSEND INQUIRY
4 to 8USD 1745 per personSEND INQUIRY
9 to 20USD 1695 per personSEND INQUIRY

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Day to Day Itinerary
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The 5 Nights and 6 Days Bhutan tour begins with a breathtaking flight to Paro Bhutan International Airport from Kathmandu. A representative of Green Valley Nepal Treks will greet you with a traditional scarf when you arrive at Paro International Airport, which is the sole international airport in Bhutan. The capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu, will be reached by vehicle after Paro, and the trip there may take between 1.5 and 2 hours, depending on the state of the roads and any breaks made en route. The picturesque route to Thimphu passes through pine forests, historic villages, terraced farms, and stunning scenery. After arriving in Thimphu, make sure to check into your hotel and get ready before starting your tour of the capital city.

  • Peaceful Resort or Hotel Seven Suite
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 1.5 to 2 Hours
  • 500 Kilometers

You will spend the whole second day of your Bhutan tour exploring the country's capital, Thimphu. The day will start at your Thimphu accommodation with a delectable breakfast. Following breakfast, you'll see the Buddha Dordenma, a huge bronze statue of Buddha Shakyamuni that sits atop a hill and provides breathtaking views of the Thimphu valley. Additionally, you will tour the Changangkha Lhakhang, a historic temple that shows blessings on new births. In addition to having distinctive architecture, the temple is a revered site for the community.

Visit the Motithang Takin Preserve to see the Takin, a unique and rare Himalayan mammal that is Bhutan's national animal. Visit the Royal Textile Academy as well to see exquisite hand-woven fabrics and learn about Bhutanese weaving customs. For information on traditional Bhutanese culture, customs, and way of life, visit the Simply Bhutan Museum. Even better, you can dress in traditional Bhutanese garb. In Thimphu, you could have dinner at a traditional Bhutanese restaurant after viewing some breathtaking scenery.

You can take an afternoon tour of the magnificent Tashichho Dzong, which serves as both the government and the monastic body's headquarters in Bhutan. Admire its stunning architecture and serene surroundings. After touring the city, unwind for a while. Visit the Craft Bazaar, where regional artists and craftsmen sell their handcrafted items such as traditional crafts, textiles, and mementos, to learn more about Bhutanese culture.

  • Peaceful Resort or Hotel Seven Suite
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Your Bhutan tour will take you from Thimphu to Punakha and Wangdue on the third day. Punakha and Wangdue are two picturesque valleys renowned for their natural beauty and cultural richness. After breakfast today, start your magnificent journey from Thimphu to Punakha, which is approximately 75 kilometers and takes 3 hours. With vistas of verdant hills, quaint villages, and terraced farmland, the route travels through gorgeous landscapes. At 3,100 meters (10,170 feet) above sea level, you will cross at the Dochula cross. Stop for a short while to take in the expansive views of the Himalayan mountain ranges, which include snow-capped peaks, on a clear day.

You will take a tour of Punakha Dzong, one of Bhutan's most impressive and important historical dzongs when you arrive. Situated at the meeting point of the Pho Chhu (father) and Mo Chhu (mother) rivers, the dzong functions as both an administrative and religious hub. After that, you'll eat a traditional Bhutanese lunch at a nearby Punakha restaurant.

Proceed to Wangdue Phodrang, a nearby valley that is just a short drive away, after touring Punakha. You will witness Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, a stunning fortress set atop a ridge with a commanding view of the meeting of two rivers. The dzong may still be undergoing renovation after it was devastated by fire in 2012. Following a wonderful day of exploration, you will spend the night at your Punakha hotel.

  • Lobessa Hotel or Zhingkham Resort
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 2.5 to 3 Hours
  • 85 Kilometers

The fourth day will be spent exploring the incredible scenery before heading back to Paro. You will be taken to the Punakha Suspension Bridge, one of Bhutan's longest suspension bridges, after breakfast at the hotel. After that, you'll visit Chimi Lhakhang, also referred to as the "Temple of Fertility."  After a quick sightseeing trip, you will have a typical Bhutanese lunch at a nearby Punakha restaurant. After that, it would take you three to four hours to return to Paro.

Once you're in Paro, check into your accommodation and take some time to unwind and rejuvenate.  If you have time, you should explore some of Paro's attractions, such as the town's marketplaces, or just take a stroll.

  • Olathang Cottages or Hotel Paro Grand
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • 3.5 to 4 Hours
  • 125 Kilometers

You will discover the charming town of Paro and some of its most significant historical and cultural attractions on the fifth day of your tour of Bhutan. Start your day well at your Paro hotel with a delectable breakfast. See the magnificent Paro Rinpung Dzong, a fortress-monastery that is the village's administrative and religious center. Discover the intricate design and the intriguing past of the dzong. Explore the Ta Dzong, the former watchtower that is now home to Bhutan's National Museum. Explore the museum's extensive collection of antiquities, traditional artwork, religious relics, and historical artifacts to learn about Bhutanese culture and history.

Enjoy a hearty lunch at a nearby Paro restaurant after the trip. Visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the most ancient and revered temples in Bhutan, after lunch. This serene and beautiful temple from the 7th century is notable both historically and theologically. If you want a taste of rural Bhutanese living, you can go to a nearby farmhouse. Enjoy some traditional Bhutanese hospitality and converse with the amiable people about their everyday life. In the late afternoon, you will have some free time to spend exploring Paro yourself. You can stroll around the charming communities, look for mementos, or just unwind.

Enjoy a special farewell supper at a Paro restaurant in the evening to commemorate your amazing trip to Bhutan.

  • Olathang Cottages or Hotel Paro Grand
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

The incredible 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour comes to an end today. Say goodbye to your friends and this lovely land. You will be driven to the international airport in time for your trip. After breakfast, it will be time to say farewell to the porter and guide and catch a flight back to Kathmandu.

  • Own
  • Breakfast
  • 1.5 to 2 Hours
  • 500 Kilometers

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

Cost Includes
  • Transportation by private car or hiace as per the group size
  • All necessary travel permits
  • English-speaking Bhutanese guide
  • Accommodation on a twin shared room basis
  • Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees are as per our itinerary.
  • Meal plan:- fallboard basis (b/l/d)
  • Bhutanese Visa 
  • Flight Ticket to Paro to Kathmandu both way 
Cost Excludes
  • Nepal re-entry visa fee
  • Your personal medical and travel insurance
  • Personal expenses such as a drink, guide tips, etc
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Useful Info

5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package Best Time

Your interests and choices will determine the best time to visit Bhutan. Bhutan has four distinct seasons just like Nepal, each with advantages and disadvantages of its own:

  • Spring (March-May): Spring is an excellent season to visit Bhutan when the weather is nice and the scenery is full of rhododendron, cherry blossoms, and other wildflowers. Moreover, this is a well-liked time for celebrations that let visitors fully experience Bhutanese culture.
  • Summer (June - August): Bhutan experiences its heaviest rainfall and landslides during the summer. But this is also the season when the countryside is verdant, and the monsoon clouds provide stunning views of the mountains. This is a great time to go hiking because the trails have less traffic.
  • Autumn (September-November): Autumn is a popular season to visit Bhutan because of the country's dry, temperate weather and brilliant skies, which offer breathtaking views of the Himalayas. It's also a great opportunity to take in the many activities held during this season and to witness the breathtaking fall colors of Bhutan's forests.
  • Winter (December - February): The driest season in Bhutan is winter, which features chilly evenings and clear blue skies during the day. Since many migratory species come during this season, if you enjoy bird watching, this is a great time to visit Bhutan. For an uncrowded view of Bhutan's historic temples and monasteries, winter is a great time of year.

Your interests and choices will determine the best time to visit Bhutan. If you want to go trekking, the summer might be the best time of year to visit; however, if you want to attend festivals, autumn or spring might be preferable. If you want to enjoy pleasant weather and bright skies, autumn might be the ideal time of year to come.

Accommodation, Foods, and Drinks on 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour

Conventional lodgings that have been recognized by the Department of Tourism often provide electricity, hot and cold running water, and sometimes room phones. However, guests may have to make international calls through reception. There are a few upscale hotels, although they are not inexpensive. Green Valley Nepal treks will make reservations for your lodging. Upmarket resorts may charge more than the base rate, so be prepared for that. Additionally, keep in mind that hotels are often booked far in advance during festival season, so be prepared to be adaptable.

While there is a large selection of restaurants in Paro and Thimphu, most visitors prefer to dine at the hotels, where the food is prepared to a Western palate's preference and sanitary is good. The main food is rice, which is occasionally spiced with saffron or red rice. However, in central Bhutan, rice farming is challenging due to the high altitude. Here, buckwheat is more prevalent. There are many apple orchards, rice paddies, and wild asparagus growing throughout the nation. Additionally, there are over 400 different kinds of mushrooms, including orchid mushrooms.

Bhutan’s Specialties:

  • Cow's milk cheese, or dautse, is occasionally served with red chilies (ema datshi).
  • Curry, or tshoem, is typically served with rice.
  • Bhutan is home to nutty-flavored eue chum, or pink rice.

Regional Drinks: Tea, either sweet or Tibetan style with butter and salt, is the most popular beverage. Rice is used to distill ara, a spirit. Chang is a type of beer that is typically made at home using grain.

Note: Most meals are vegetarian and are served buffet style. Nowadays, Bhutanese Hindus from Nepal are allowed to kill animals, and meat and fish are imported from neighboring India. Take the usual safety measures.

5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Difficulties

Like any destination, travelers may face certain difficulties even if a 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour promises an unforgettable and rewarding experience. To guarantee a seamless and pleasurable trip, it is necessary to be aware of these possible challenges:

  • Altitude Sensitivity: Bhutan is known for its varied elevations, and tourists may suffer from the symptoms of altitude sickness, particularly on higher-elevation trips. It's important to gradually acclimate, drink enough of water, and discuss preventative steps with your healthcare physician.
  • Limited Internet Connectivity: Internet connectivity could be unreliable in certain isolated places. Visitors ought to prepare for communication requirements and be ready for sporadic difficulties when using online services.
  • Varied Weather Conditions: The weather in Bhutan varies according to altitude and season, making it somewhat unpredictable. Particularly during the monsoon season, travelers should pack appropriately, including layers for changing temperatures and rain gear.
  • Road Conditions: Although Bhutan's road system is constantly being improved, certain regions may have difficult or twisting routes. Prepare yourself for beautiful, but occasionally slow, travel hours between destinations.
  • Cultural Etiquette: Respecting and being aware of Bhutanese cultural standards is crucial. Travelers who unintentionally violate local customs may encounter difficulties. A favorable connection can be ensured by making small gestures, such as asking permission before taking pictures in certain areas or dressing appropriately when visiting places of worship.
  • Limited Tourist Infrastructure in Remote Areas: Compared to metropolitan areas, the infrastructure for tourists may be less developed in more rural areas. Although this enhances the experience's authenticity, guests should be ready for basic facilities and services.
  • Restricted Access to Certain Areas: Access to some areas of Bhutan may be restricted in order to preserve the natural environment and cultural landmarks. If there are any restrictions, visitors should be aware of them and adjust their itinerary appropriately. They can also ask local advisors about other choices.
  • Language Barrier: Although most people speak English, especially in tourist destinations, visitors may run into linguistic obstacles in more rural places. The native language, Dzongkha, has a few fundamental words that can be learned to improve communication and cross-cultural exchanges.
  • Limited Currency Exchange Options: Even though major towns offer currency conversion services, travelers should be ready to pay with the local currency (Ngultrum) in more isolated locations as credit card acceptance may be restricted.
  • Wildlife Encounters: Wildlife encounters are possible in some natural places. Especially when going on walks and engaging in outdoor activities, visitors should exercise caution and adhere to safety regulations.
  • Time Constraints: With only five nights and six days, travelers might feel strained for time to properly take in all that Bhutan has to offer. Making the most of the little time can be achieved by ranking the must-see sights and activities.

Many travelers discover that the remarkable cultural experiences, stunning scenery, and friendly hospitality of the Bhutanese people greatly exceed whatever difficulties they may encounter throughout their 5-night, 6-day tour of the country. Being aware and ready makes this exciting adventure even more enjoyable overall.

Requirements of Travel Insurance for 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour

The 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour does not require foreign tourists to carry travel insurance, although Green Valley Nepal Treks strongly advises having at least some coverage in case of emergency evacuation. Travel insurance companies may also cover costs for lost or damaged luggage, identity theft, delays or cancellations in transit, and a host of other miscellaneous incidents, depending on the plan. If something goes wrong while you're traveling, Bhutan trip insurance might be a very helpful tool.

Altitude Sickness and Remedies on 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour

It is not challenging physically to embark on the 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour. However, Travelers must be physically capable of doing daily ascents and descents on modest hillsides. It may take a day or longer to get to contemporary medical facilities under certain circumstances. Before traveling to Bhutan, it is advised that anyone with a history of heart or lung issues see their physician. High altitude sickness can affect anyone at a height of more than 3000 meters, regardless of age, gender, or level of fitness, according to scientific research. Before taking prescription drugs for high altitude sickness, it is advised to consult a doctor.

Tips to Avoid High-Altitude Sickness

  • Aim to reduce stress and stay away from unnecessarily lengthy workdays.
  • Drink lots of water instead of drinking coffee or alcohol at higher altitudes.
  • Consume high-carb foods, such as cereal, pasta, and rice.
  • After reaching the higher altitude, unwind for the first or second day and refrain from moving around.
  • Avoid sleeping drugs as they may result in shallow breathing at night and make it more difficult for the body to absorb oxygen.
  • Returning to lower heights right away is highly advised as the best course of action if nothing else works.

5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package Packing List

Preparing a comprehensive packing list for your 5 Nights 6 Days Bhutan Tour is essential to ensure you have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable journey. Here's a suggested packing list to cover various aspects of your trip:


  • Comfortable walking shoes for outdoor activities and light hikes.
  • Sandals or comfortable shoes for leisure and relaxation.
  • Lightweight and breathable clothing for daytime activities.
  • Layers for cooler evenings and higher altitudes.
  • Rain jacket or poncho, especially if traveling during the monsoon season.
  • Hat and sunglasses for sun protection.
  • Socks and underwear for the duration of the trip.
  • Sleepwear and comfortable loungewear.

Travel Essentials:

  • Valid passport with at least six months of validity beyond your departure date.
  • Bhutanese visa (processed by our team).
  • Travel insurance covers medical emergencies and trip cancellations.
  • Prescribed medications and a basic first aid kit.
  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.).
  • Sunscreen and insect repellent.
  • Power bank and chargers for electronic devices.
  • Lightweight daypack for daily excursions.

Documents and Money:

  • Printed and digital copies of your travel itinerary.
  • Local currency (Bhutanese Ngultrum) for purchases in more remote areas.
  • Credit/debit cards for transactions in major towns.
  • Emergency contact information and a list of important phone numbers.


  • Camera or smartphone for capturing memorable moments.
  • Adapters and chargers for electronic devices.
  • Portable power bank for on-the-go charging.

Cultural and Outdoor Exploration:

  • Modest clothing for visits to religious sites (long pants/skirts, covered shoulders).
  • Lightweight shawl or scarf for temple visits.
  • Comfortable daypack for carrying essentials during outdoor activities.
  • Binoculars for wildlife and scenic viewing.
  • Guidebooks or travel journals for reference and documentation.


  • Reusable water bottle for staying hydrated.
  • Snacks for energy during outdoor activities.
  • Travel-sized laundry detergent for longer stays.
  • Ziplock bags for organizing and protecting belongings.
  • Travel-sized umbrella for unexpected rain.
What our travelers saysClient Reviews
  • TripAdvisor

    Highly Recommend Bhutan Trip

    Our six-day, five-night tour of Bhutan was very amazing. Every day was an adventure, with everything from the calm monasteries to the lively local markets and the stunning vistas of the mountains. Green Valley Nepal Treks made sure we had a genuine experience by carefully organizing every detail. We shall never forget the unspoiled beauty of Bhutan and the kindness of its people. Strongly advised!

    SamuelDecember 01, 2023Argentina
  • TripAdvisor

    Visit to Bhutan with GVNT

    We spoke with Mr. Arjun Pandey and had a great experience in Bhutan with Green Valley Nepal Treks. Following our interests, he created a customized itinerary. In every way, this travel agency surpassed my expectations. Every need and request was fulfilled. My driver and guide knew a lot about geography, history, vegetation, and fauna. Their infectious enthusiasm for their nation was evident. Go stress-free with Green Valley Nepal Treks if you desire a hassle-free journey to Bhutan!

    AntonyNovember 28, 2023Indonesia
  • The package typically includes accommodation, guided tours to key attractions, meals as per the itinerary, transportation within Bhutan, and assistance with the Bhutanese visa application.

  • Our team will assist you in obtaining the Bhutanese visa. You'll need to provide necessary documents, and the visa will be processed before your arrival in Bhutan.

  • The ideal time is during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) when the weather is pleasant. However, specific preferences, such as experiencing festivals or enjoying winter landscapes, may influence your choice.

  • While the tour is designed to be accessible to most travelers, some activities may involve walking and hiking. If you have specific concerns, please inform our team in advance, and we can tailor the itinerary to your needs.

  • Yes, the itinerary can be customized to some extent. Our team can discuss your preferences and make adjustments, keeping in mind the overall feasibility and schedule.

  • Accommodations vary but are selected for comfort and convenience. You can expect a mix of hotels, lodges, or guesthouses that reflect Bhutanese hospitality.

  • While major towns have internet connectivity, more remote areas may have limited access. It's advisable to inform loved ones about potential communication gaps and to be prepared for occasional challenges in accessing online services.

  • Yes, meals are typically included as per the itinerary. You'll have the opportunity to savor Bhutanese cuisine and, in some cases, international dishes. Dietary preferences and restrictions can be accommodated with prior notice.

  • Pack comfortable clothing suitable for the weather and planned activities. Modest attire is recommended, especially when visiting religious sites. Sturdy walking shoes and layers for varying temperatures are essential.

  • Your safety is our priority. Follow the guidance of your tour guide, adhere to local customs, and inform the guide about any health concerns. Travel insurance is also recommended for unforeseen circumstances.

  • Yes, you can extend your stay based on your preferences. Our team can assist in arranging additional accommodations and activities.

  • It is accurate to say that Bhutan costs more than Nepal and India. To make tours to Bhutan appear more expensive, the government of Bhutan has implemented an all-inclusive overnight pricing structure for all visitors. As a consistent tour operator in Bhutan for ten years, we have heard from recurring customers that they truly obtain value for their money. In light of the tour, each visitor gets access to a private guide, car, and driver. The package also includes all meals, lodging, sightseeing, entrance fees, transfers, taxes, and government royalties. Bhutan is a truly delightful country to visit, and it offers fantastic value for the money.

  • Not at all! Without a prearranged land trip plan with a licensed and approved tour operator and payment of the required nightly all-inclusive government tariff, it is not feasible to obtain an entry visa to visit Bhutan. The government of Bhutan steers clear of independent tourists in order to preserve its rigid cultural norms and natural values. On the other hand, you have a lot of freedom to explore the area, visit towns and marketplaces, and engage with the people as you like. You are free to plan your own private tour; you are not required to go with another group; it only needs to be scheduled and paid for in advance.

  • A staff member from Green Valley Nepal Treks will indeed be waiting to welcome you outside the terminal building. He'll be holding up your name card. You'll be taken to a hotel after that.

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