Bhutan Cultural Tour covers most of the impressive places of Bhutan, known as the land of the Thundering Dragon. It’s the only Himalayan kingdom with such title on this planet.
A cultural Tour in Bhutan is a nice and pleasant journey to Bhutan in less than a week. You will be engrossed with interesting tours from city and town life to its rural cultural heritage here. You can witness their tradition that started in the past hundreds of centuries.
Even though a short trip, Bhutan's scenic and cultural tour truly delights all visitors. It offers a great variation of the country's landscapes and climate changes in its interesting destinations.
On landing at Paro after flying in from Kathmandu, the drive takes you to the heart of Bhutan at Thimphu. It’s the capital city and hub of the country as well. After exploring some famous sites in Thimpu, your tour extends to a nice town and village of Punakha.
In Punakha, you can enjoy its impressive rural farm life and historical fort (dzong), and grand views of snow-capped peaks. And while taking a return journey, the drive takes you to the nice city of Paro. Here you visit the World famous Taktsang Monastery, which is located on a high rocky cliff. This monastery is famously known as Tiger Nest.
With an enjoyable and fabulous time on Bhutan Scenic and Cultural Tour, depart from Thundering Dragon to your respective destinations or back to Kathmandu.
Best Seasons for Cultural Tour in Bhutan:
April to May and September to November are the best time for a Bhutan visit.
April to May is the best time for Bhutan Cultural Tour as it offers clear and fantastic views of the mountains till the afternoon. Also, this is the time when wildflowers are in bloom. The season is perfect for a pleasant day with cooler mornings and nights.
September to November is the best time for this Bhutan Tour package. It also offers crystal clear views of peaks with short sunlight days. Depending on altitude and overnight stops, it can be cold in the morning and night.
Like all Himalaya regions, Bhutan has four seasons (Spring- Summer-Autumn, and Winter) with wet months from July to mid-September.