The Royal Bhutan Tour 2017 is a special tour package initiated by Bhutan Geo Visits to commemorate the 1st birthday of the Crown Prince.
Private Tours of Paro the Emerald Green Valley to the Tigers Nest!
The historical town of Paro lies nestled between the emerald green valleys of Bhutan and here lies the only international airport that services this country.Private Tours through the Emerald Green Valley to The Tigers Nest! You need to do this while visiting Bhutan.
More famous for the Taktsang Palphug Monastery, which is the icon of Bhutan. You may not get there on the back of a flying tiger like the founder of Vajrayana Buddhism.However, you can still have an adventure, lace up your hiking boots and start with a 10-day Private tour to visit some of the country’s exceptional monuments, temples, and monasteries.
Visit the local villages and stock up on handmade arts and crafts.Paro is by far the gateway to the magical Himalayan kingdom.
Paro Handicraft and Weaving Private Tour
In Paro, you will find they have more Handmade textiles shops than anywhere else; they are everywhere.Paro Handicraft and Weaving Private Tour is a great way to try this out.
Even from the cobbled back street to the main squares you will see the stunning wall hangings all done in the unique Bhutanese style, and you can watch the ladies weaving away making gorgeous shawls and wall hangings.
A great souvenir of your holiday to the Himalayas!
One for your bucket list is Punakha which was the capital of Bhutan until 1960 and still has a regal feel to it and is very serene, hence why they built the Dzong on an island between the Muu cut and Pho rivers. Private Tour to the Serene Ancient Island Of Punakha Dzong is the best way to see this island.
Top Ten Things to See and Do in Paro
Travel Tips for Paro
The beginning of the year especially January and February can be extremely cold with a chance of a heavy snowfall. October through to December would be the ideal time to visit as the skies are clear and the air is fresh and average temperatures are in the 60s. From April onwards the climate is pleasant and dry until June when the monsoon season starts and over three months up to a metre of torrential rain may fall.
Tour packages have to be arranged in advance, and prices are set by the Royal Government. They impose a minimum price to be paid in US dollars before arrival. As an example costs per person per night are $250 in March-May and September-November. This does, however, include accommodation, meals, taxes, guiding and all costs apart from personal expenses. More details can be found on their Tourism Council website. Private Guides are very good and cheap
One very important thing to know before you book is that, unless you are invited as a personal guest by a Bhutanese, you need to be on a guided tour at all times. If you want to go off wandering on your own, then this is not the country for you. The Government sets these packets and prices and have a list of approved hotels etc. It includes everything except personal expenses and must be paid in advance of your trip and in US$ . Pre book your tours prior !
June to August are actually monsoon season in Bhutan when up to a metre of rain could fall and much of the landscape is covered by a thick cloud. The warmest weather can be found September to October, and they are also the busiest when the valleys are in full bloom. November through to February can be extremely cold with even some snowfall in places. March to May have sunny days and pleasant temperatures although May can be quite a humid month.
The Bumthang Cultural Trek Explores Bumthang Valley, the Religious Heartland of Bhutan, and Home to Some of Its Oldest Buddhist Temple.
This Tour Is Specially Tailored to Provide a Deeper Insight Into the Lives of the Diverse People of Bhutan. Based in the Western Valleys, You Will Be Immersed Into the Bhutanese Culture.
Discover Bhutan’s Popular Western and Spiritual Central Valleys Including Dzongs, Monasteries, Palaces, Witness the Ever-changing Scenic Beauty of Forests.