Mumbai is a busy city. People from all over India come to Mumbai to build their career. In comparison, Bhutan is a quiet country.
In Mumbai, you will see busy streets with so many traffic lights. In Bhutan, you will see not so busy streets with absolutely any traffic lights. Mumbai is a careerist city. Bhutan is a spiritual country. Alcohol and tobacco are allowed in Mumbai. Any kind of tobacco products or alcohol is not entertained in Bhutan.
So you can see Bhutan and Mumbai are two very different places. If you want to come to Bhutan from Mumbai, you are sure to have a blissful time of your life. It is better to choose the best budget tour package when you are traveling from Mumbai to Bhutan.
Before I start up with my article, let me remind you that Indians do not need a passport to travel in Bhutan. But you obviously need a pass. While you reach Thimphu the capital city of Bhutan, you will be required to make a pass to travel in Bhutan.
Day1: Arrival and taken to Phuentsholing
Take a flight or a train from your hometown to Bagdogra or NJP respectively. You will be picked from the airport or the railway station by the tour operator. Then you will be taken to Phuentsholing. It’s a night halt at Phuentsholing.
Day 2: From Phuentsholing to Thimphu
It is about a 6 to 7 hours drive from Phuentsholing to Thimphu. On the way, you will get to see forests, orchids, rivers, and all other natural delights. On the way, you will get to have some good lunch. Then again you begin your journey. On your arrival at Thimphu, you will check into a Hotel and rest for the night.
Day 3: Roam about in Thimphu
You will have to get a pass from the authorities to roam about in Thimphu. Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan and you will get to see a lot of historical places here. The Buddhist monastery, National Memorial Chorten, textile Musume, and folk heritage. These are the famous places in Thimphu. Rest in a hotel at night.
Day 4: Travel from Thimphu to Paro
Paro is a nice valley in Bhutan. After breakfast in Thimphu start your journey for Paro. Here you can visit Ta Dzong, it is the National Musume of Bhutan. In the evening while you walk through the main street, you can shop from different handicraft shops.
Day 5: Return from Paro to Phuentsholing
On your 5th day in Bhutan, you will be returning to Phuentsholing. On the way, you will be able to see some fantastic natural beauty. Making your eyes and mind happy, you return to Phuentsholing. You might be tiered so rest in your hotel room today.
Day 6: Journey back
The beautiful and soothing Bhutan tour has ended and it’s time for you to leave for your hometown. The tour operators will drop you to the airport or railway station.
Tips for Bhutan trip:
•Choose the season you want to travel to Bhutan. Actually, choose the purpose of your travel. For trek-April, September, and October. If you are a bird lover, visit in the winters to see a black-necked crane. But if you want to feel spiritual then any time is the best time.
•Choose a good hotel to stay in because most of the time you will spend traveling on the car. So while you rest you must feel the ultimate comfort.
Stop Wasting Time, Plan your trip To Bhutan