Punakha Dzong

10 day escorted tour itinerary

Treasures of Bhutan with Kolkata Tour

Remote and undiscovered beauty

The tiny and remote Kingdom of Bhutan has a unique ancient culture and breathtaking scenery. Discover the charm of this medieval kingdom as you travel by jeep to see its Buddhist monasteries, dzongs (fortresses and castles) and sacred shrines. Stretch your legs on scenic walks through paddy fields and traditional villages, and enjoy views of the magnificent Himalayan mountains. Bhutan is slowly opening up to the modern world, but still limits the number of tourist in per year, so now is the ideal time to experience this mystical and relatively unknown destination.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • The sights and sounds of Kolkata
  • Magnificent Himalayan mountain views
  • Jeep touring and mountain walks
  • Buddhist monasteries and fortresses
  • High mountain passes
  • A traditional rice growing village

Sample Itinerary Summary

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10 days
Guide Price
£3,059 per person
Price based on
Based on 15 October 18 departure from London Heathrow flying with Jet Airways, meal basis as per itinerary.
Our guide price gives you an idea of pricing which will vary depending on exchange rates, accommodation, duration, dates, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
  • 2 nights
  • Thimphu
    2 nights
  • Punakha
    2 nights
  • Paro
    2 nights
  • 1 night
Private basis, Escorted
  • Domestic flights as detailed. Please be aware that the domestic flight luggage allowance may be less than your international flight allowance. Maximum allowance on a domestic flight is 15 kg of hold luggage.
  • Accommodation as detailed in double or twin room with private facilities (alternative but similar hotels may be used at certain times of the year)
  • Air-conditioned transportation in Kolkata and jeep in Bhutan.
  • Services of an English speaking local driver/guide.
  • All entrance fees during sightseeing as detailed.
  • Meals included as stated. Breakfast is usually a Western style buffet in your hotel. Most other meals are taken at local restaurants.
  • Bhutan visa and tourism and government fees.
  • International flights.
Not included
  • Visa fees
  • Airport departure taxes
  • Beverages during meals
  • Tips for the driver/guides/porter
  • Optional excursions