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based on 6 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Bhutan visa and government royalty fees
per person on a full board basis in Bhutan, private transfers and guiding. Price is based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing 2 rooms.
Bond over family-friendly experiences such as dressing up in traditional Bhutanese dress, rafting, archery and apple plucking!
Home stay experience at a village farmhouse in the remote Haa Valley and learn about their nomadic lifestyle
Have an exclusive private guide and driver throughout giving you complete flexibility
Children under 12 receives special rate, please enquire for more details
In the western, central and eastern Bhutan you will mostly experience cold European-like weather. Winter lasts here from November to March. The Monsoon occurs between June and August when the temperature is normally between 8° and 21°C. October and November are arguably the best months, when the monsoon has passed and the skies are clear. The spring months of March, April and May are best for the flora, but it can be stormy as the monsoon builds up for July-September.
Spend a week out learning the Bhutanese culture, enjoy a home stay experience at a village farmhouse in Haa Valley and bond over fun-packed activities such as water rafting, archery shootout and village biking.
Upon arrival, your family will be transferred to the Bhutanese capital of Thimphu. Here, you can enjoy a unique opportunity to dress up in traditional Bhutanese dress! Afterwards, brush shoulders with the everyday Bhutanese at the Farmers Market, craft bazaar and your young ones would enjoy an encounter with the national animal of Bhutan: the Takins! Head to BBS Tower Viewpoint for a stunning view of the Paro valley.
Crossing the Dochu La into Punakha, enjoy a gentle hike through the rice fields of Punakha Valley into the Chimmi Lhakhang temple.
The next day, enjoy white water rafting on the confluence where two rivers meet in Punakha. Afterwards, enjoy a well-deserved picnic lunch by the river and bond over a game of archery, the national sport of Bhutan.
A drive across Chele Las reveals the beautifully remote Haa Valley, where your family will enjoy an unforgettable home stay experience at a village farmhouse. Learn about the nomadic Haap culture and wash off the day by sampling home-cooked delicacies and local brews.
Heading back to Paro, enjoy either an easy biking across the farmlands and villages (child bikes available), or a seasonal fly-fishing experience to see who in the family can catch the biggest giant trouts! Alternatively, if you are visiting in July or August, we can organize a fun-filled apple plucking activities in Paro!
Finally, your biggest highlight will be a day trip out to the jaw-dropping Tiger's Nest Monastery. To help ease the journey, a pony ride can be arranged at an additional cost. Finally, descend down to Kyichu Lhakang for an authentic Bhutanese home-cooked dinner on a local farmhouse.
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