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Planning a trip to Bhutan

31st May to 5th Jun, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
Backpacking / Wandering Looking for Buddy
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Things to do in Bhutan in May

Day 1 - Saturday 1st, Jun
Morning -

Arrive at Paro International Airport and proceed to your accommodation to freshen up and relax.

Afternoon -

Visit the National Museum of Bhutan, also known as Ta Dzong, to learn about Bhutanese art, culture, and history.

Evening -

Explore the Paro Rinpung Dzong, a stunning fortress and monastery with beautiful architecture and scenic views.

Day 2 - Sunday 2nd, Jun
Morning -

Take a scenic drive to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. Visit the Memorial Chorten, a stupa dedicated to the third king of Bhutan.

Afternoon -

Explore the Thimphu Tashichho Dzong, a beautiful fortress and monastery with intricate traditional Bhutanese architecture.

Evening -

Visit the weekly Thimphu Centenary Farmers Market to experience the local culture and try some traditional Bhutanese street food.

Day 3 - Monday 3rd, Jun
Morning -

Travel to Punakha and visit the Punakha Dzong, a majestic fortress at the confluence of the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers.

Afternoon -

Take a short hike to Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the Fertility Temple, dedicated to the Buddhist saint Drukpa Kunley.

Evening -

Relax by the riverside and enjoy the serene natural beauty of Punakha.

Day 4 - Tuesday 4th, Jun
Morning -

Embark on a scenic drive to the picturesque Haa Valley, surrounded by mountains and dotted with traditional Bhutanese houses.

Afternoon -

Visit the Lhakhang Karpo (White Temple) and Lhakhang Nagpo (Black Temple), two ancient temples with rich cultural and spiritual significance.

Evening -

Interact with the locals and savor some authentic Bhutanese cuisine at a local eatery in Haa.

Day 5 - Wednesday 5th, Jun
Morning -

Hike to the stunning Taktsang Palphug Monastery, also known as Tiger's Nest, perched on a cliff overlooking the Paro Valley.

Afternoon -

Explore the scenic beauty of Paro Valley and visit the Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and most beautiful temples in Bhutan.

Evening -

Indulge in a traditional Bhutanese hot stone bath for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.

Day 6 - Thursday 6th, Jun
Morning -

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and take a last stroll through the streets of Paro, soaking in the serene atmosphere.

Afternoon -

Depart from Paro International Airport for your return journey to Mumbai, India.

Evening -

Arrive back in Mumbai with beautiful memories of your backpacking adventure in Bhutan.

Weather in Bhutan in Invalid date
Avg Temp15°C to 25°C
Chance of Rain30%

June is generally a warm and pleasant month in Bhutan, with occasional rainfall. Expect sunshine and clear skies, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Bhutan

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Bhutan

Clothing & Apparel

Comfortable hiking shoes -

For exploring the monasteries and trails.

Moisture-wicking clothing -

For staying dry and comfortable in the humid climate.

Warm layers -

For the cooler evenings and higher altitudes.

Raincoat or umbrella -

For potential rain showers.


Sunglasses -

For protection from the sun.

Hat -

For shade and warmth.

Scarf or bandana -

For neck protection from the sun or cold.

Small backpack -

For day trips and carrying essentials.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa -

Required for entry into Bhutan.

Currency (Bhutanese Ngultrum) -

Although cards are accepted in major tourist areas, cash is still necessary.

Travel insurance -

For peace of mind in case of emergencies.

First-aid kit -

For minor injuries or ailments.

Good to Have

Camera -

For capturing memories.

Binoculars -

For wildlife viewing.

Travel towel -

For quick drying after showers.

Reusable water bottle -

For staying hydrated, as bottled water can be expensive.


Phone and charger -

For communication and navigation.

Power bank -

For charging devices on the go.

Travel adapter -

For compatibility with local power outlets.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Both cash and cards are widely accepted, especially in major tourist areas. However, it's recommended to carry some cash for smaller purchases and remote areas.

Travel Apps in Bhutan


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