Bhutan Family adventure Tour

Bhutan Family Adventure

Bhutan Family Adventure

$1243 per person
9 Days 8 Nights

Designed around the children, this tour is action packed with family-friendly experiences and adventures that will make them smile. We have included a few cultural visits to pick their curiosity too. This tour will create amazing family memories.

Highlights of the tour

∴ Experiences that are designed around the children from creating their own stamps, meeting a monk their own age, archery, tea with a local family and making prayer flags

∴ Spend a night in a local farmhouse

∴ Raft down the Moo Chhu River and awe at the view of the Punakha Dzong

∴ Hang your own handmade prayer flag as you hike to the iconic Tiger’s Nest

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  • Departure/Return Location
    Paro, Bhutan
  • Included
    All Experiences, day-walks and visits
    All meals
    English Speaking Guide
    Private Car and driver
  • Not Included
    Departure Taxes if applicable
    Domestic and International Flight
    Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone bill, alcohol
    Sustainable Development Fee
    Tips for guide and driver
    Travel insurance

Tour Plan

Arrival in Paro - Transfer to Thimphu
Arrival in Paro. On the way to Thimphu we'll stop at the temple for a welcome ceremony with the monks. This afternoon, visit the TashichhoDzonz, the office of the King before continuing to the Mothitang Taksin reserve, housing few species of animals that can be found in Bhutan
Thimphu and surrounding
The second day, we'll be spend discovering the capital city of Thimphu. After visiting The National Library, the Art school and the Institute of traditional medicine. We'll continue in the afternoon to one of the city temple, where the kids will have to possibility to meet and discuss with monks of their own age, before casting their own mini stupa called Tsa-Tsa
Thimphu to Punakha
On the third day, we'll go deeper into the country by reaching the warm valley of Punakha. We'll stop on the way for refreshment at the Dochu La Pass. You'll be given the opportunity to visit the nearby Botanical Garden Upon reaching Punakha, we'll take a short hike across the valley to reach the Chimi Lhakand, the temple of the divine mad man, sure to raise eyebrows and questions among the little ones before continuing to a farm house where we'll join the local for a traditional butter tea
Punakha and its surrounding
The morning of the fourth day, start with a short hike to the Khamsum Yuelley temple, before heading off the 1 hour butterfly trail. After a picnic in the countryside, hop on the raft and the enjoy the slow pace of the Moo Chhu River. Awe at the view as you reach the Punakha Dzong.
Punakha to Thimphu
This morning we'll head back to Thimphu. Upon reaching the capital city, we'll head to the post office where the family photographed and your own stamp is being created. You can now send postcards with your own stamp ! This afternoon, we'll go to the Buddha Dordenma. Under the watchful eye of the statue, ascent up the Buddha point trail, through the nature park. A rapid descent along the northern side of the mountains rounds out the 5-km hike back to the starting point.
Thimphu to Haa
on the sixth day, we'll take a short drive to reach the quaint city of Haa. After a visit of the Dzong, we'll enjoy a picnic by the river. This afternoon, we'll check in the farm house where you'll spend the night. While at the farm, you can spend time with animals, learn to cook traditional Bhutanese food, visit the farmland or play darts and archery.
Haa to Paro
To start the seventh day, We'll take the road to Paro. Once we reach the Chele La pass, you'll hope and bike and wheel down to the city of Paro. In Paro we'll visit the Ta dzong, the watchtower now converted into the National Museum. In the late afternoon, you'll print your own prayer flags in a traditional manner.
Paro and its surroundings
on the eighth day, we'll climb the 2 hours trail to the iconic Tiger's Nest. While hiking, don't forget to hang your colorful prayer flags. the afternoon will be at leisure. In the evening, we'll organize a private cultural show for the family
Wake up early on your last morning, and enjoy a stroll around Paro city. On the way to the airport, we'll make a short stop where each member will plant a tree in an effort to reduce the carbon footprint of your trip to Bhutan.
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