Bhutan Highlight tours

Bhutan Highlight tour 03 days

  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Diffculty Level: Easy 
  • Destination: Bhutan
  • Best Time: March to May | Sep - Dec
  • Activity: Tours, Hiking


  • Ritualistically served meals
  • Magnificent exhibits
  • Farmer’s Market
  • Bhutanese traditional handicraft
  • Museums and Monasteries
  • vantage point

Bhutan Glance Tour brings you directly to Thimphu and Paro, the two largest cities in Bhutan, and shows you the well-preserved traditional way of life. Furthermore, it transports you to the world-renowned Taktsang Ghoempa (also known as the Tiger's Nest Monastery), from which you may enjoy a spectacular panoramic view.

Bhutan Glance Tour package is suitable for individuals looking to spend the least amount of time possible exploring Bhutan, a culturally conserved country. The three days in Bhutan will provide you with a wonderful introduction to this picturesque city, which is full of fascinating sights ranging from historical monuments to dzongs and markets. You will get the opportunity to go on a one-day hike to Tiger Nest's Monastery as part of this short excursion. This wonderful Short Bhutan Tour combines the must-see sights of Thimphu with the historical sites of Paro valley. The National Museum, Ringpung Dzong, Kyichu Lakhang, National Memorial Chorten, and local markets will all be explored.

The best aspect is that you may do the Shortest Bhutan Tour at any time of year. The best time to visit Bhutan is from March through November. This Bhutan short tour will provide you with plenty of opportunities to see one of Asia's happiest countries.


  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsLunch and Dinner

The Royal Bhutanese airline, Drukair, lands at Paro. Yolo Hike tour guide will be waiting for you at the airport before picking you up and driving you to Thimphu, Bhutan's capital. Following a well-prepared Bhutanese meal served ritualistically in a Bhutanese manner, you will travel sightseeing at the following locations:

National Textile Museum
It's an incredible museum that preserves the traditional art of weaving and displays a large collection of ancient coloured textiles in a variety of styles. You can see how locals wave the magnificent exhibits while doing a spot manoeuvre using intricate instruments.

Folk Heritage Museum
An outdoor museum that gives visitors a glimpse into rural life in the area.

Centenary Farmer’s Market
Visit the resident's market in Bhutan, where peddlers sell a diverse selection of farm items (Like fresh vegetables, kinds ofBhutan fruits, wild but edible ferns, bamboo shoots collected from forests, roasted rice, rice flakes, spices, yams both cultivated and wild ones collected from forests etc.). You are free to convene a meeting with inhabitants from towns and villages. It will be much more active if you attend the weekend market (from Thursday to Sunday).

Tashichhoe Dzong
Tashichhoe Dzong was constructed in 1641 as a religious stronghold and restored by the former emperor into what you see now. The secretariat building, the throne chamber, the king's office, and the central monk section are all located here.

Archery competition
Watch a thrilling archery contest and learn about Bhutan's national sport.

Bazaar of Handicrafts
A one-of-a-kind shopping site where you can learn about Bhutanese traditions and buy handcrafted items with Bhutanese characteristics. Spend the night in a hotel in Thimphu

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After breakfast, drive to Paro and begin the walk to Taktsang Ghoempa (also known as the Tiger's Nest Monastery). Climb to the viewpoint (1.5 hours) for a spectacular picture of the monastery clinging to the steep vertical rock face.

Following a brief rest stop at the viewpoint (3,140 m), you carry on to the Tiger's Nest Monastery (1 hour) for a closer look at this amazing monastery. Take a look from a vantage point to see the breathtaking views below. The current monastic complex's main Lhakhang (monastery) dates from 1692. Taktsang was extensively damaged by fire in 1998, but it has since been repaired.

Following your visit to the Monastery, you will begin your descent and drive back to Paro for city sightseeing.

  • AccommodationN/A
  • MealsBreakfast

Our tour guide will take you to Paro International Airport today for your flight to your next destination. The tour service has come to an end with Yolo Hike.

What's Included
  • All ground transportation by private Vehicle
  • Bhutan Visa and all necessary permits
  • Airport transfers by private vehicle
  • Kathmandu - Bhutan - Kathmandu flight ticket
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at designated restaurants or hotels
  • Accommodation at 3-star hotel sharing basis
  • A qualified & licensed English-speaking guide
  • An experienced driver
  • Entry fees & road permits
  • Government fee, royalty, taxes & surcharges
  • Mineral bottled water
  • Set of traditional costumes (to be returned at the end of your stay)
  • Full service & assistance before, during, and after your Bhutan trip
What's Excluded
  • Expenditure of personal nature
  • Travel Insurance 
  • Tips for the guide and driver
  • Alcoholic drink

Additional Info

Meals and Accommodation

Himalayan Mentor provides full board service for all travel-related activities in Bhutan as part of an organized package. Every day, three meals will be served: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All of the meals are hygienically prepared and are a perfect combination of a healthy diet. All of the hotels in Bhutan that we use are comfortable, clean, and provide all of the necessary amenities. Himalayan Mentor has carefully selected the best hotels in Paro, Thimpu, and other major Bhutanese cities to accommodate you. You will be accommodated in tents while trekking and meals will be served by a kitchen staff team.


You'll see a variety of climatic conditions in Bhutan, depending on altitude and season. It's sweltering and humid to the south, while the uphills and mountains to the north are blanketed in snow. Due to rain shadow effects, rainfall can vary across a small distance. Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter are the four seasons that we experience. The rainy season begins in July and August, and Bhutanese believe that the rainy season will conclude in September with a festival called Thrue (beautiful rainy day). The seasons of spring and fall are ideal for tourists visiting Bhutan. Due to snowfalls, the temperature lowers below zero in the winter. The days are usually hot, while the nights are usually frigid.

Bhutanese Beliefs

Bhutanese people are god-fearing, peace-loving people who regularly incorporate Buddhist values into their daily lives. Nonviolence and compassion for all sentient beings are essential Buddhist philosophy principles that are deeply ingrained in Bhutanese culture. Prayer flags in the breeze, Chortens (stupas), monasteries, and twirling prayer wheels are all common sights, with people sending petitions through prayer flags and maintaining an unbroken line of communication with heaven.


Today, Bhutan is the only country in the world that practices the Tantric form of Mahayana Buddhism. Guru Padma Sambhava introduced Buddhism to the country in the 8th century AD. Religious festivals are known as 'Tsechus' and 'Dromchoes,' which represent amity, peace, and compassion, are held annually at various times throughout the kingdom. These vibrant festivals are a time for people from all walks of life to come together decently dressed in their ceremonial attire.


  • Q1. How many days do you need in Bhutan?

    With so much to see in Bhutan, a variety of Bhutan tour packages of Yolo Hike would be ideal, giving you just enough time to explore about two-thirds of the country's magnificent sights and attractions. However, at least five days are required to fully appreciate Bhutan's best sights and experiences.

  • Visit Bhutan if your curiosity level is strong and your bank account is deep. To save money, look for a shorter trip; just make sure it includes the Tiger's Nest if you are physically capable of walking there, we have included the location of Bhutan in our every itinerary.

  • Bhutan is an expensive travel destination. Much more than some of the other locations we offer. However, if you can afford it, the extra cost is well worth the benefit of relatively exclusive access to one of the world's most beautiful destinations and we have every kind of day plans to reduce your travel cost.

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