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Browse through a wide range of Bhutan honeymoon trip package with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Bhutan honeymoon tour packages with exciting deals & offers. 

Planning to have an exotic honeymoon in one of the most incredible places in the world? Well, look no further than Bhutan for celebrating this very special time of your life. Choose from Thrillophilia’s personalized Bhutan honeymoon tour packages to let you have the most unforgettable experiences and memories for a lifetime. Thrillophilia, keeping in line with its array of customized travel experiences, will curate the most memorable honeymoon package for you. Whatever your style of travel- adventure, spiritual, or sightseeing, these packages are completely flexible.

Whether it’s a visit to the remote valleys, ancient monasteries, or charming villages, Thrillophilia’s Bhutan honeymoon package remains unbeatable. With these Bhutan honeymoon tour packages, you are assured of the best culinary exploration and cultural experiences. We will let you choose between the best hotels or quaint homestays for your honeymoon in Bhutan to have the most authentic experience. And there are other reasons  These packages are available from almost all the Indian cities. With Thrillophilia, you are assured of exciting deals and travel options in the special Bhutan Honeymoon packages. So read on to plan the most memorable holidays of your life with Thrillophilia!
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5 Days 4 Nights Budget Bhutan Honeymoon Tour, Flat 15% off
5 Days 4 Nights Budget Bhutan Honeymoon Tour, Flat 15% off


About Bhutan:Bhutan is a country of scenic panoramas and peaceful chants. WIth a list of places to see in Bhutan such as Tachog Lhakhang, Chuzom, Paro Valley, Tiger’s Nest, Kyichu Lhakhang, Dumb Tsug Lhakhang, Ta Dzong National Museum, Memorial Chorten, etc. you might have to extend your holidays to cover them all. The country is the last Himalayan Kingdom which is simply breathtaking at every bend and turn. Praised for its dramatic landscape of jutting out Himalayan peaks to deep valleys, monasteries, and fortresses. Promoting the philosophy of Gross National Happiness, the country celebrates sustainable tourism and is a hotspot for adventure activities such as whitewater rafting, rock climbing, kayaking, fishing, trekking, archery, mountain biking, paragliding, etc. As you explore more, you will get a taste of the Bhutanese food which is majorly based on chicken meat, yak meat, buckwheat, maize, and rice, etc. It would be a crime if you travel to Bhutan on a honeymoon trip and still bail on momos, red rice, ema datshi, phaksha paa, shamu datshi, and goep. Remember that couples who eat together, live happily.About Budget Bhutan Honeymoon Package:The Budget Bhutan Honeymoon Package itinerary takes you around Paro and Thimphu- the two most significant cities of Bhutan. You will be escorted to small but many sightseeing trips every day. The places in your itinerary include Tachog Lhakhang, Chuzom, Paro Valley, Tiger’s Nest, Kyichu Lhakhang, Dumb Tsug Lhakhang, Ta Dzong National Museum, Memorial Chorten, etc. From savory breakfast to easy and comfortable transfers between two stations, from providing premium hotels to arranging a representative at every step of this tour will be taken care of. Day 1 will be spent in Phuentsholing, Day 2 will include a small sightseeing tour along the route that leads to Paro. After covering a distance of 160 KM, you will reach Paro and will spend the night in a plush hotel in Paro. Day 3 will take you to the famous Tiger Nest and Kyichu Lhakhang, after the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Paro where you will snuggle the night away.  Why book this package?Besides offering hassle-free transfers, luxury accommodation, quality sightseeing, and delicious meals, this Budget Bhutan Honeymoon Package is touring you the second biggest city of Bhutan on a shoestring cost. Your friendly guide may recommend and sometimes (if time permits) take you both to local markets where you have the chance to impress and gift your better half a token of love.  You can buy a range of Bhutanese handicrafts, hand-woven textiles, Himalayan beads, wooden bowls, postal stamps, items made from bamboo, and Buddhist paintings as souvenirs for your partner as well as people back at home.

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6 Days Bhutan Honeymoon Packages from Delhi, Flat 20% off
6 Days Bhutan Honeymoon Packages from Delhi, Flat 20% off



About Bhutan:Famed as the “Buddhist kingdom of Himalayas” or the Eastern edge, this place is dotted with a number monasteries and fortresses. The entire region is a blend of serene beauty accompanied by the dramatic view of nature. If you wish to gaze at the monks meditating or are looking for a wide array of subtropical range, then this is your place to be as it holds all of it. With places like the Jomolhari peak, which is snuggled at an elevation of 7,326 m above the ground to the tiger’s nest, each one of them features a unique feature.The best way to unveil the beauty of the quarter is by opting for the Bhutan Honeymoon Packages from Delhi, as they provide the best travel itinerary along with the exceptional facilities. Be it the unexplored corners or the major attractions, it takes you to all the places. At the Paro valley you can cling up to the cliffs or you can seek the blessings of Buddha at the monastery. Another must-try thing is the cuisine they have, right from Thukpa to the delicious momos, you can delight your buds with each one of them. Get your friends and family along as this is one of the best places to visit with them.About Bhutan Honeymoon Tour Package From Delhi:This is 6 Days and 5 nights tour for the exclusively tailored for couples. With this, Bhutan Honeymoon Packages from Delhi, you can traverse the major attractions. Right from the comfortable accommodations to lip-smacking breakfast and dinner, everything is covered in this package. Along with this, you will get the transfers to all the sightseeing places in a private vehicle. Not only this, the cost of toll tax, permits, or the parking is included in the package itself and there is no need for you to provide an additional cost. In case, you will need assistance then the guest service support is available from the India office.The day begins with a flight from Delhi and then you can relax at the hotel. Then you can start touring the places, which include the Paro valley, Thimphu, National library, Buddha viewpoint, and countless other places which will be included in the travel itinerary. Not only this, but there is a whole lot of other places which you can trace with your loved one and spice up the start of your married life with this Bhutan Honeymoon Packages from Delhi.Why book this package?Selecting the  Bhutan Honeymoon Packages from Delhi is indeed a choice with no regrets as they will take you to the remarkable sites. Along with this, you can enjoy delicious meals and easy transportations from one place to another. Booking this package, for the start of your love life is one of the best selections as it is inclusive of all the amenities that you would need for your honeymoon. Get the most comfortable transfers and a great travel itinerary plan without any hassle and book these packages!

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₹ 18,000

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7 Days Bhutan Honeymoon Holiday Package



Bhutan is the perfect hideaway amid the Himalayas where you can relax after the wedding week fatigue. Bhutan is the last Himalayan kingdom which is ideal for all types of travelers. There are places which are so pretty that you will eventually fall more in love with your partner and there are adventure sports enthralled with the mountain landscape that is sure to bring your heart in your mouth.Here you will begin to appreciate the local customs as you get your first glimpse of monks dressed in traditional red robes, men in striped ghos, and women in brightly colored kiras. The fluttering flags and peaceful monasteries make this country an experience in itself.

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9 Days 8 Nights Honeymoon Sightseeing Tour in Bhutan



Make your special honeymoon trip, more special and start a lifetime of togetherness romantic by embarking on this blissful tour of Bhutan.Explore the capital city Thimphu by visiting Tango and Cheri with short hike to both of the sacred monastery, Traditional hospital, Painting school, Takin Preserve, Nunnery, etc. Visit breathtaking Bhutan valleys, monasteries and other tourist attractions.Head back home with lots of sweet and romantic memories. 

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People Also Ask About Honeymoon in Bhutan

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Bhutan on a honeymoon tour?

    Some of the best hand-picked places that top the charts in all Bhutan honeymoon tour packages are:

    1. Chele La Pass: Enroute the Haa valley and Paro is the highest road pass in Bhutan, at an elevation of 3989 meters. You would have to take a drive for 1.5 hours to get here to experience the best views of the Himalayan mountains and the most popular sacred peak in Bhutan - Jomolhari.

    2. Royal Manas National Park: Situated in Zhemgang is one of the oldest natural reserves of Bhutan that is home to some of the most majestic animal species like Royal Bengal tigers, cloud leopards, one-horned rhinoceros, as well as a diverse selection of flora that all nature enthusiasts would enjoy very much.

    3. Zuri Dzong Fort: Built around the 14th-century, the Zuri Dzong is the oldest in Bhutan. The beautiful structure that sits stunningly amid lush surroundings and the hills in the backdrop is a sight in itself and to amplify it further are the murals and architecture of the Dzong that speaks of the heritage and the history of the place. During the visit here you can also take in the scenic beauty of the Paro Valley.

    4. Tiger's Nest: This is a prominent pilgrimage in Bhutan, dedicated to Guru Rinpoche. Also known as Taktsang Monastery, this place of worship sits stunningly in the midst of the hills. There is a cave temple and several other shrines within the Monastery that you can explore. Apart from that, the majestic views of the Paro Valley are something that you will be witnessing throughout a short trek to get to Tiger's Nest.

    5. National Museum of Bhutan: Built in the year 1968, this is among the top attractions in Bhutan to witness the culture, art, and heritage of the country. The museum houses over 3000 pieces of art from over 1000 years. There are several different exhibitions, divided in sections of the building. You can see photographs, masks, wildlife, etc. themed collections.

    6. Thimphu:
    The capital city of Bhutan is a beautiful juxtaposition of the country’s ancient culture and how it has adapted to modernity. Visit the ancient Thimphu Tashichho Dzong edged on the Wang River, the National Memorial Chorten, and one of the largest Buddha statues in the world at Kuenselphodrang National Park.

    7. Punakha:
    This is one of the best valleys, and the top destination in
    Bhutan honeymoon tours to enjoy uninterrupted views of stunning Himalayan ranges. Visit Dochula Pass and see the surreal 108 Druk Wangyal Chortens. Amongst other places of religious and spiritual prominence, Punakha also houses the country’s second-oldest dzong. The valleys’ natural beauty is incomparable. Don’t miss to see miles and miles of blazing-red rhododendron forests here.

    8. Paro:
    Paro has much more to offer besides the most famous attraction i.e. the Tiger’s Nest. It has the beautiful 17
    th-century Kyichu Lhakhang and the ruins of the 16th-century Drukgyal Dzong, which offers wonderful views of the Chomolhari Mountains.

    9. Haa Valley:
    This is one of the least visited valleys in Bhutan and hence one of the best places for couples looking for solitude away from the hustle-bustle. Don’t miss to see the Dobji Dzong, the centuries-old Tagchu Gompa, and Has Samarpudung. Make sure to include this in your
    Bhutan honeymoon packages.

  2. What are the things one can do on a honeymoon while in Bhutan?

    Here are some of the best things for a memorable honeymoon in Bhutan:

    1. Attend the festivals: Depending on what time of the year you are planning a vacation to Bhutan you can enjoy some bright colourful, cheerful celebrations in the country and learn about its culture in the most authentic way.

    Bhutan is a Buddhist nation and experience many festivals including Thimphu Tsechu Festival, Haa Summer Festival, Matsutake Festival, Ura Yakchoe, Jomolhari Mountain Festival and more.

    2. Tour the museums: One of the best ways to educate yourself about a country and its years of history is by touring the local museums. And Bhutan is a no exception, the happiest country has also had centuries of stories and heritage that can be lived through extensive collections and exhibits at the many museums.

    The likes of which include - National Museum of Bhutan, the National Textile Museum and the Folk Heritage Museum. You can also visit Simply Bhutan, Bhutan Postal Museum, Royal Heritage Museum and National Handicraft Emporium.

    3. Shopping spree: Any holiday is incomplete without you going to the local market for a some time shopping splurge. Norzin Lam is one of the busiest and most popular places to shop for local and traditional Bhutanese items like - boots, clothing, handmade paper, carpets, silver, colorful masks, jewelry, hand-woven bamboo items, and wooden products.

    4. Relax at these hot springs: Locally known as Tshachus, the hot spring pools in Bhutan like Gasa Tshachu, Dhur Tshachu, Chuboog Tshachu etc., are said to have medicinal properties that can heal several muscle and skin related ailments. Taking a dip in the hot-springs is one of the best things to do in Bhutan, especially around the winter season.

    5. Quench the thirst for adventure: The thrill seekers would greatly enjoy visiting Bhutan and indulging in an array of activities. Choose from a number of adventures like treks, mountain biking, rafting, camping, archery, and more to truly see the beauty that the country has on offer.

    6. Soak in nature: Bhutan’s scenic natural beauty is unparalleled. Its forests are laden with colourful flowers like poppies, rhododendrons, lavenders, and roses. The landscape is dotted with charming streams, green meadows, and snow-capped mountains and it is one of the best things to do in Bhutan honeymoon package.

    7. Spot exotic wildlife: Bhutan is famous for its exotic wildlife like tigers, Himalayan black bears, red foxes, barking deer, etc. To spot these, make sure to include Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park in your
    Bhutan honeymoon tour package.

    8. Bond over food: Spend time enjoying the delicious exotic cuisine including Phaksha Paa, Red rice, varieties of momos, and Ema Datshi. Don’t miss trying the local ‘arag’, which is a fermented drink made of maize, millets, and wheat.

    9. Go spiritual: You can’t help but get in touch with your spiritual side in Bhutan. Every nook and corner is seeped in the vibrant Buddhist culture. See the humongous 50 metre high Buddha Dordenma. Visit the famous Tiger Monastery and other ancient dzongs like Rinpung Dzong, Trongsa Dzong, and Punakha Dzong.

  3. What is the best time to visit Bhutan?

    The best time to visit Bhutan, especially for honeymooners, is the spring season (March-May). This is when the weather is extremely pleasant. The temperatures hover around 16°C. It is the most favoured season suggested in all Bhutan honeymoon tour packages.

    The second best season to visit Bhutan is when the autumn (September-November) sets in. The temperatures range around 25°C and the lower Himalayas start receiving snow. There are no rains during this time, which makes being outdoors comfortable as the humidity is low.  

    The rainy season (June-August) is when the mountains and valleys come alive with mystic beauty. The waterfalls are at their voluminous best, the skies misty, and the meadows lush. This is when the crowds and costs are at their lowest, perfect for a budget Bhutan honeymoon package. 

    For adventurous couples who want to have a unique experince, can visit the country from December-February for an ideal winter honeymoon in Bhutan. This is when the skies are bright and the hilly regions start receiving snow. The temperatures are sub-zero, perfect for enjoying snowfall & snow treks.

  4. Do I need a visa for Bhutan? How does one get a Bhutan visa?

    Indians travelling to Bhutan do not need to get a visa. You will be provided with entry and stay permit at the immigration office upon reaching Bhutan. Valid for seven days, it is provided on the presentation of any government-issued identification like a Voter’s ID or passport. 

    However, this permit allows you to travel only between Thimphu, Paro, and Phuentsholing. To travel beyond these places, you will need to apply for a route permit.

  5. How to reach Bhutan from India?

    Air: Bhutan Airlines and Drukair regularly operate direct flights from Delhi, Bagdogra, Gaya, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Guwahati to Paro Airport. Most of the Bhutan honeymoon tours suggest air travel as the fastest way to reach Bhutan. 

    Train: This is the most economical way to reach Bhutan from India. Since there are no direct trains, you need to reach New Jalpaiguri, New Alipur, and Siliguri, or Hasimara, which are well connected with all the major Indian cities. From here, you can proceed via shared autos, taxis, or buses run by the Royal Bhutanese Government to reach Phuentsholing. 

    By road: If you want to take a road trip for your honeymoon in Bhutan, you have two options. The first route is Delhi-Rampur-Banbasa-Krishnapur-Butwal-Gaindakot-Hetauda-Pokhara-Birtamode-Siliguri-Phuentsholing (Bhutan). This will take around 37 hours. The second route option is Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Gorakhpur-Motihari-Muzaffarpur-Jaigaon- Phuentsholing (Bhutan). This will take 28 hours.

  6. How many days do you need in Bhutan?

    Being a small and compact country, a Bhutan honeymoon tour is easily doable in around 5 days. This will give you a chance to spend time in the beautiful valley of Paro and see the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery. You can explore the magnificent Gangtey Valley that is famous for its exciting mountain trails. Visit some of the oldest and the most magnificent dzongs like Punakha and Zuri. Even with all this, you will get ample time to relax and leaisurely experience the culture and cuisine of this amazing country.

  7. Is passport required for Bhutan from India?

    Travellers from India don’t need a passport. You can carry your Voter ID Card, which is issued by the Election Commission of India. You will be required to get an ‘Entry Permit’ at Paro International Airport. This permit will allow you to visit Thimpu and Paro. To go beyond, you will be required to obtain a ‘Special Area Permit’. This can be obtained from the RGoB Immigration Office from Monday to Friday.

  8. Is Bhutan good for honeymoon?

    Bhutan is the perfect choice for honeymooners who want to break away from the often visited destinations and the usual run of the mill itineraries. This charming and scenic Himalayan nation is one of the most amazing honeymoon destinations in the world due to its abundant natural beauty, colourful culture, romantic quietude, happy people, and delectable cuisine. 

    The country has something to offer to everybody- beautiful sunset views from flower-laden valleys, exploring exciting treks, hiking up to the beautiful monasteries, and spotting exotic wildlife and so much more! This happiest nation in the world has such a beautiful vibe that it will make your honeymoon in Bhutan memorable for a lifetime!

  9. For what Bhutan is famous?

    Bhutan is famous as the happiest nation in the world that is abundant in tranquillity and peace. It is bestowed with extraordinary beauty when it comes to its landscape dotted with lofty mountains and lush valleys covered in forests. Its monasteries, including the world-famous Tiger’s Nest, and others adorned in colourful prayer flags are sanctums of peace. 

    It is also famous for its handicrafts and indigenous artworks like yethras, Vajra bells, Dorje bells, Tibetan trumpets, Bhutanese violins, etc. Make sure to include all these in your Bhutan honeymoon package.

  10. Is Bhutan safe for couples?

    Bhutan is very safe for couples, which is why Bhutan honeymoon tour packages are so popular. The locals are peaceful and warm and welcome all travellers from other countries. Couples are free to explore the country undisturbed and need not fret about any untoward incidents. This is because Bhutan is one of those countries with the lowest levels of crimes and cheating against foreign travellers.

  11. Is Bhutan worth visiting?

    This tiny Himalayan nation has so much packed in it, that it is considered to be one of the most incredible places in the world. Due to its location, Bhutan is bestowed with beautiful valleys, snow-capped mountains, flowering trails, and lush forests. Bhutan has some of the most amazing destinations like Tiger’s Nest that are famous around the world for their awe-inspiring location and architecture.  All these dream destinations, when included in your Bhutan honeymoon package, will make you cherish your experience for a lifetime.

  12. What can you do in Bhutan for free?

    Here’s a list of the things that don’t cost a dime, but are quite fun, and can be cutsomised  in your Bhutan honeymoon tour package:

    Biking: Couples who love adventure must explore biking routes in Bhutan. One of the best routes to take is the rugged expanse from Thimphu to Dochula Pass or explore the many nature trails around Paro Valley.

    Festivals: Bhutanese people celebrate their festivals with a lot of warmth and excitement. You can attend various mask dances, sword fighting, the dance of the drums, etc. These are sure to add a lot of colours to your honeymoon in Bhutan.

    Visit ancient dzongs and temples: Dzongs are the monasteries in Bhutan that are famous for their architecture and spiritual importance. Don’t miss to include Trongsa Dzong and Kyichu Lhakhang in your Bhutan honeymoon package.

  13. What is there to do at night in Bhutan?

    Live music: Bhutan has some amazing local bands that belt out awesome music. Some of the best clubs to enjoy this are Club Ace and Millennium Club. This is one of the best activities for an amazing honeymoon in Bhutan.

    Pub hopping: Some of the best bars and pubs to visit in Bhutan honeymoon package are Zest Bar and Lounge, Uma Paro Bar, and Tashi Tagay Drayang for their amazing selections of drinks and food. 

    Enjoy Bhutanese dinner: Round off your day by indulging in delectable Bhutanese cuisine for dinner. Some of the best dishes to try are Ema Datshi, Jasha Maroo, Momos, and Red Rice.

  14. Where should I stay in Bhutan for the honeymoon?

    Dhensa Boutique Resort, Punakha: This luxury boutique resort is one of the best places to stay at for your honeymoon in Bhutan. It is rustic and beautiful ambience takes you away from the stress of everyday life. Don’t miss to enjoy couple spas and romantic bonfires here. 

    Ramada Valley Thimphu: For the couples that want to escape into the serenity of nature, away from the noise and crowds, this is the place to be. Located on the banks of the Wang Chuu River and known for the views that it offers, this luxurious boutique property is one of the top-ranked places recommended for Bhutan honeymoon package.

    Jakar Village Lodge, Bumthang: This charming 4-star lodge is perfect for couples that want to lose themselves in the magnificence of nature. Located close to the 16th-century Jakar Dzong (The White Bird Fortress), it offers amazing views of the Bumthang Valley. 

  15. Which are the best places for shopping in Bhutan?

    Norzin Lam Street: Located in Thimphu, this one of the most popular places to shop in Bhutan. It has the best of local Bhutanese handicrafts, local wines, carpets, woollens, clothes, and accessories, etc. 

    Yarkay Central Mall: One of the best malls in Bhutan (Thimphu), this is a great place to pick up electronics and imported clothing. Buy Bhutanese souvenirs, hand-woven fabrics, and handicrafts while here. 

    Centenary Farmers Market: A haven for food enthusiasts, this is the largest farmers market in Thimphu that offers the best organic produce and authentic Bhutanese foods. Pick up local snacks, spices, rice, and noodles to take back home and it is one of the best markets to explore in Bhutan honeymoon package.

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