Best Bhutan Tour Packages for Family

Bhutan Family Tours Packages

Duration Price
Gems of Bhutan | Thimphu Punakha & Paro6 days & 5 nights
INR 39,290
Holidays in Bhutan | FREE Dochu La Pass Excursion7 days & 6 nights
INR 49,350
Glimpse of Bhutan | Dzong Special7 days & 6 nights
INR 45,950
Explore Bhutan with FREE Taktsang Monastery Tour8 days & 7 nights
INR 52,990
Best of Bhutan | All Permits Included10 days & 9 nights
INR 68,990
Bhutan & Nepal Vacation | COMBO DEAL8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,65,000

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Embark on a wholesome family journey with Thrillophilia's Bhutan family vacation packages unfolds a journey into a realm of diverse experiences, tailor-made for families. Our meticulously designed Bhutan tour packages for families transcend ordinary vacations; they are gateways to forge enduring memories. From thrilling adventures to serene strolls, and deluxe accommodations to seamless assistance, a Bhutan vacation with Thrillophilia promises a wealth of experiences, ensuring a satisfying and delightful holiday for each family member. Bhutan consistently mesmerizes its visitors with its awe-inspiring attractions.

Embark on a captivating family adventure with Bhutan tour packages, offering a perfect blend of culture, nature, and tranquility. Explore the enchanting landscapes of the Himalayan kingdom while immersing your family in Bhutanese traditions. Tailored for families, these packages include visits to iconic landmarks like the Tiger's Nest Monastery, dzongs, and vibrant local markets. Engage in cultural activities, witness traditional festivals, and savor Bhutanese cuisine. Family-friendly accommodations ensure comfort and convenience, while experienced guides provide insights into Bhutan's rich history. Experience the warmth of Bhutanese hospitality as you create cherished memories with your loved ones against the backdrop of breathtaking mountains and serene valleys.

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Popular Destinations to Visit On Bhutan Family Trip

1. Paro: Nestled in a scenic valley, Paro welcomes families with its iconic Tiger's Nest Monastery, perched on a cliff. Explore the historic Paro Dzong and delve into Bhutanese history at the National Museum. Paro tour offers an array of family-friendly activities, making it an ideal introduction to Bhutan's cultural and natural wonders.

2. Punakha: Journey to Punakha, the former capital, where lush valleys meet historical treasures. A Punakha trip unveils the majestic Punakha Dzong, an architectural marvel at the confluence of two rivers. Families can embark on a memorable hike to Chimi Lhakhang, adorned with colorful fertility symbols. Vibrant festivals and a warm climate make Punakha an ideal family destination, promising a perfect blend of cultural immersion and natural beauty.

3. Thimphu: As Bhutan's capital, Thimphu is a cultural hub with modern amenities. Families can visit the Tashichho Dzong, delve into traditional life at the Folk Heritage Museum, and experience local markets. Thimphu tour packages offer a perfect blend of heritage and contemporary attractions, ensuring an enriching family experience in the heart of Bhutan.

4. Trongsa: Set amidst majestic landscapes, Trongsa is a historical gem with its imposing dzong overlooking the valley. Families can explore the Trongsa Dzong, the largest fortress in Bhutan, and the Ta Dzong museum. Trongsa's cultural richness and scenic beauty make it an intriguing stop on a family journey through Bhutan.

5. Gelephu: For a more off-the-beaten-path experience, venture to Gelephu in southern Bhutan. Families can immerse themselves in the local way of life, exploring markets and engaging with the community. While Gelephu may not boast extensive tour packages, its subtropical climate and welcoming atmosphere provide a unique family-friendly destination.

Visa Requirement For Bhutan Trip:

Indian citizens traveling to Bhutan generally do not require a visa for stays lasting up to 14 days. Upon arrival, a permit can be obtained by presenting a valid passport with at least six months of validity and a passport-sized photograph. However, if the stay exceeds 14 days, travelers must secure permits through authorized Bhutanese tour operators. These operators often facilitate guided tours and handle the necessary paperwork. Bhutan prioritizes high-value, low-impact tourism, and visitors are expected to adhere to specific guidelines. It is essential to verify the current visa requirements and regulations by reaching out to the Royal Bhutanese Embassy or checking the official website of the Tourism Council of Bhutan before planning a trip to Bhutan.

Best Time For Bhutan Tour:

1. High Season (September to November): Bhutan is a year-round destination, offering distinct experiences in each season. During the peak season, from September to November, the kingdom presents a delightful combination of clear skies and cultural richness. Perfect for trekking, this period introduces festivals like Thimphu Tshechu against stunning backdrops, ensuring an immersive experience amidst Bhutan's natural splendor.

2. Low Season (December to February): Explore Bhutan's tranquil side in the low season from December to February. As winter unfolds, the kingdom reveals a serene charm with fewer tourists. Delve into cultural treasures, appreciating the unique tranquility that graces this Himalayan destination during the colder months. The subdued atmosphere enhances the cultural experience, making it an ideal time for travelers seeking a more intimate and contemplative journey.

3. Shoulder Season (March to May): Bhutan comes alive from March to May, adorned with blooming rhododendrons. Mild weather sets the stage for outdoor adventures, while traditional ceremonies and festivities unfold in a serene and welcoming ambiance, providing a perfect balance for exploration and cultural immersion.

4. Off-Peak Season (June to August): The monsoon season unveils lush landscapes, painting Bhutan in vibrant hues. Despite occasional rainfall, this period showcases the country's natural beauty, offering a unique perspective for travelers. Experience the country's serene allure and uncrowded attractions, making it an ideal time for a more intimate and offbeat Bhutanese adventure.

How to Reach Bhutan:

By Air: The most convenient means of reaching Bhutan from India is via direct flights. Cities such as Bagdogra, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, and New Delhi provide non-stop flights to Paro International Airport, with a travel time of around 3-4 hours. Notable airlines offering these direct flights encompass Air India, Indigo, Vistara, and SpiceJet.

Direct Flights:

  • From-New Delhi, Kolkata, & Bagdogra.
  • To- Paro International Airport (PBH)
  • Duration - 40 mins to 2 hours approx.
  • Major airlines- Air India, DrukAir, Bhutan Airline.
  • Frequency- Weekly

Places To Visit on Bhutan Family Tour:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Bhutan:

1. Rinpung Dzong, Paro: Situated in the Paro district, Rinpung Dzong is a beautiful monastery fortress that offers splendid views of the Paro Valley. Dzong has fourteen chapels and shrines dedicated to different deities, and Thrillophilia’s Bhutan family packages offer you a complete tour of this place. Half of the dzong serves administrative functions, while the other half is used for religious purposes.

2. Chele La Pass, Paro: Chele La Pass is Bhutan's highest motorable pass between the Paro and Haa valleys. It is dotted with religious sites and offers breathtaking views of the Jhomolhari, Jitchu Drake, and Tsering Kang. The pass is ideal for various activities such as trekking, paragliding, photography, and driving.

3. Punakha Dzong: With the Bhutan family packages, you'll get to visit the Punakha Dzong, the country's second-largest Dzong. In spring, the purple jacaranda blossoms turn the dzong's whitewashed walls into a visually stunning site. This is also a treasury where historical legacies and Buddhist relics have been preserved.

4. Buddha Dordenma Statue, Thimpu: One of the unmissable attractions covered in the Bhutan family packages is the Buddha Dordenma Statue, one of the world's biggest Buddha statues. This 54-metre-high statue sits on a gold-covered meditation hall consisting of 125,000 miniature statues of Buddha. The statue is gilded in gold and was constructed to celebrate King Jigme Singye Wangchuck's 60th anniversary.

5. Dochula Pass, Paro: Perched at an altitude of around 10,200 feet, Dochula Pass is one of the most picturesque mountain passes in the country, and it is covered in our Bhutan family packages. It was created in honour of one hundred and eight Bhutanese soldiers who lost their lives in a 2003 military operation. On a clear day, Masaganang, Kangphugang, Tsendagang, and Jejegangphugang peaks can be seen from this Pass.

6. Tiger's Nest,Paro: The highlight of the Bhutan family packages is the Tiger's Nest, a monastic complex that you can only reach by climbing a steep trail. As per legends, Guru Rinpoche covered the distance from Tibet to this location on the back of a tigress, and hence it got the name "Tiger's Nest."

7. Phobjikha Valley,Paro: Located on the Black Mountains' western slopes, the Phobjikha is a glacial valley filled with hiking and trekking trails. It is an important conservation site and the black-necked cranes’ winter home. You can also spot muntjacs, wild boars, Himalayan black bears, sambars, serows, red foxes and leopards here.

8. Chomolhari: The most prominent attraction included in the Bhutan family tour packages is Chomolhari, the country's second-highest peak, located at an altitude of 4115 meters. The Chomolhari trek is a scenic trail that takes you through the lush green forests, beautiful valleys, and high-altitude passes.

Things to Do on a Bhutan Family Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in Bhutan:

1. Dig Into Bhutan's history at Trongsa Dzong: Learn about Bhutan's ancient heritage at Trongsa Dzong, the royal family's ancestral home that you can visit with our Bhutan family packages. As you step inside the dzong, wander through sacred temples, intricately decorated courtyards, and administrative chambers that recite legendary tales of the bygone era.

2. Stroll around Bumthang Valley: Take in the breathtaking views of the green fields, secluded villages, and monasteries as you stroll around the Bumthang Valley, an attraction included with the Bhutan family tour packages. It comprises four main valleys –Tang, Chokhor, Ura, and Chhume- blessed with stunning natural views. You can witness monasteries like the Jakar Dzong and Tamsheng Monastery here.

3. Rediscover yourself at Memorial Stupa: Connect with your inner self as you explore the Memorial Stupa, a sacred site built in 1974, in memory of Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, Bhutan's third king. Pay your respect to the deceased king, appreciate the wonderfully carved sculptures of deities, see the majestic paintings and meditate in the peaceful environment.

4. Go on a Wildlife Safari: Witness the amazing flora and fauna of Bhutan by going for a wildlife safari in the forests of Mo Chhu River with the Bhutan family tour packages. You will spot various animals like black bears, Asiatic lions, golden langurs, tigers, and diverse varieties of birds. If you're lucky, you can even see giraffes and zebras roaming freely in the forest.

5. Try Archery at Changlimithang Archery Ground: Learn the art of archery at Changlimithang Archery Ground, located in Thimpu. Our Bhutan family tour packages offer a visit to this place, where you can even practise this art. Once you have sharpened your skills, you can participate in archery competitions that are organised regularly between villages, amateur teams, and towns. Once you gain a hang of the place, you can even cheer on different teams as they face off against each other in the archery competitions.

6. Trace the ancient trade route: What’s better than enjoying a trek in the pristine countryside of Bhutan? Take a trek route that will take you through one of the oldest trade routes in the world and must be part of your Bhutan tour packages. Running between stunning mountain passes, the route will take you through some of the most amazing & unforgettable landscapes. You will pass through lush yak pastures, emerald-green lakes, forests of rhododendrons, apple orchids, and lush green ridges as your guide narrates interesting stories about the trade route.

7. Enjoy the exotic Bhutanese cuisine: Bhutanese cuisine is considered to be amongst the most exotic cuisines in the world. It is known around the world for its comfortable and subtle flavours of yak meat, pork, eggs, and vegetables combined with undertones of cheese and varieties of chillies.

Some of the best dishes to try here are the huge range of steamed & fried dumplings, Goep, Juma, Gondo Datshi, Jasha Maru, Hoentay, Lom, and Khatem. Don’t miss to include local food sampling in your Bhutan tour packages and try the local ‘Ara’, creamy liquor made of wheat, rice, or barley. 

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Bhutan Family Tours FAQs

How much will it cost for a family trip to Bhutan?

7-day long Bhutan family tour packages for four people will cost approximately INR 20,000 to INR 40,000, per person, including local transportation, some meals, accommodation and sightseeing. The cost is dependent upon your preference of accommodation, transport, and other amenities. You can also customise the trip as per your convenience.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Bhutan?

Indian nationals do not require a visa for travel to Bhutan. However, it is essential to carry one of the following documents:

1. A valid Indian Passport with a minimum validity of 6 months.
2. Voter Identity Card issued by the Election Commission of India.

If you are not a citizen of India, Bangladesh, or Maldives, it is necessary to apply for a visa in advance through a designated travel agent.

Which currency is used in Bhutan?

The official currency in Bhutan is the Ngultrum (Nu), but Indian Rupees, excluding denominations of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 in currency notes, are also widely accepted in the country.

How many days are enough to explore Bhutan Family trip?

 8-10 days are enough to explore Bhutan, considering the fact it has so many attractions, diverse landscapes, and activities to enjoy. Along with a thorough immersion in the local culture and exploration of the monasteries, museums, and dzongs, you should have optimum time at hand to relax as well. 

Is visiting Bhutan with family worth it?

Visiting Bhutan with family is worth it for its pristine landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality. The kingdom emphasizes sustainable tourism, ensuring a safe and enriching experience. Explore ancient monasteries, partake in cultural festivals, and enjoy the serene environment. Bhutan offers a unique and memorable family adventure.

Why is Bhutan so famous?

Bhutan captivates with its unique blend of stunning Himalayan scenery, preserved cultural heritage, and a commitment to holistic well-being, encapsulated in the concept of Gross National Happiness. Renowned for majestic monasteries like Tiger's Nest, the country's emphasis on sustainable development and cultural preservation has garnered global attention. Bhutan's traditional festivals, colorful dzongs, and warm hospitality make it an extraordinary destination, fostering a harmonious balance between modernity and cultural richness on the eastern edge of the Himalayas.

Which are the best monasteries to visit on a Bhutan family trip?

1. Taktsang Monastery: Taktsang Monastery, renowned as the Tiger’s Nest, is a must-visit on Bhutan tours. Perched 3000 meters above sea level, this 8th-century marvel boasts a bronze-gold hue and is steeped in mysticism. The 2-3 hour trek to reach it adds excitement to the journey.

2. Punakha Dzong: Punakha Dzong, the second-largest and second-oldest monastery in Bhutan, sits at the confluence of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers. Aptly named the 'Place of great happiness,' its serene ambiance complements the tranquil river sounds, making it a vital inclusion in Bhutan packages.

3. Trongsa Dzong: Trongsa Dzong among the largest monasteries, captivates with its views amid misty valleys. Serving as the administrative headquarters of Trongsa district, its white facade shines amidst lush mountains, a captivating addition to Bhutan tour packages.

4.Paro Taktsang: Paro Taktsang, also called Tiger’s Nest, is a spiritual gem in Bhutan. Legends of Guru Rinpoche's meditation add to its allure. The monastery's breathtaking architecture and panoramic views make it a vital stop for spiritual enrichment on Bhutan tours.

Bhutan Family Tours Reviews

Tenil Cherian
Reviewed: 18 Feb 2024
A big thank you to Puneet & Neha from Thrillophilia for providing us with a variety of packages and for coordinating the entire trip step-by-step. They both took excellent care of us, and their sense of timing was awesome. They offered the best budget package with all the inclusions and top-notch ho... Read More
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Reviewed: 09 Feb 2024
Thrillophilia helped me booked the Nepal trip, and the trip was life-changing. It was unforgettable because of the captivating scenery,  diverse cultural experiences, and well-organized activities. The lodging was excellent, and the guides were very knowledgable. Strongly recommended for anyone look... Read More
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Reviewed: 17 Feb 2024
I booked a Bhutan trip through Thrillophilia and it was outstanding. I am happy with the trip. From pick & drop service to hotel everything was hasslefree. Would totally recommended Thrillophilia to everybody. 5 Star service was provided by Thrillophilia.
Vikash Bardia
Reviewed: 05 Feb 2024
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Reviewed: 01 Feb 2024
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