TRIP

Adventure Quests - Country Navigator DESTINATION

 

All Trips Bhutan Trips

8 Days Bhutan Family Multisport Adventure

Bhutan, known to her people as ‘Druk Yul’ (Land of the Thunder Dragon) has never failed to mesmerized her visitors. She is as much known for her awesome landscapes and architecture, as for her rich and colourful cultural heritage. Land-locked and surrounded by the Himalayan mountain range, the awe-inspiring valleys and mountain passes, sprawling glaciers, stupendous waterfalls, crystal lakes, deep gorges and vast undulating flower-studded meadows will take anyone’s breath away.

This trip allows the whole family to indulge in this mysterious kingdom in various ways including hiking, biking, rafting and horse-riding. You will also be immersing in local culture and activities, leaving you with unforgettable memories of the people, the land and the times spent together in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.

Highlight

  • Explore Bhutan using multi-sports to keep the whole family active including short hikes, bike rides, rafting and pony rides.
  • Experience the culture by interacting with locals and students learning traditional Bhutanese painting, archery and games.*
  • Camping in all natural environment without giving up comforts.

* Option to include Share A Story programme in this itinerary. For details of this programme, please refer here.

Included
  • Bhutan Visa USD 20
  • All tours and transfers, including entrance fees
  • Accommodation - Hotel / Tented camp on trek (Twin-sharing)
  • Meals - Full board
  • Rafting equipment & guide
  • English speaking guide
  • Pre-trip briefing

Excluded

  • International return airfares Singapore - Paro
  • Upgrade of accommodation and flight 
  • Tipping & gratuities to guide & local staff
  • Optional rental of bikes and horse/pony
  • Extra fees for photo & video cameras in the museums, historical sights and game parks ( except those specified in the itinerary )
  • Personal travel equipment and gear
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Pre-trip medical immunizations
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • All others not mentioned above

Back to Top


Duration : 8 days
   
Dates :  
   
Maximum altitude: 3,100m (by car)
   
Best Season : Sep - May

Grading:

    Price
Adult   $2,955
Teen (13 - 16 years old)   $2,615
Child (6 - 12 years old)   $2,035
  • Min 3 persons
  • Private departures outside of scheduled dates can be arranged
  • Return international airfare to Bangkok can be arranged on behalf


Day 1 Singapore - Paro. Explore the town, its temples and take a short hike to the river.
Day 2 - 3 Drive to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan and get to know the city and its surrounding valley better on foot or on bike.
Day 4 - 6

Drive to Punakha and hike through the countryside experiencing their way of life amidst glorious scenery of the lovely Punakha valley, learning local games at your campsite. End back in Paro.

Day 7

Day excursion to Taktshang Monastery and Drugyel Dzong. Catch the spectacular view of Mt. Jumolhari - one of the highest peaks in Bhutan.

Day 8 Paro - Singapore

Back to Top

Giving Back Program
A small token of each payment of this package will be given to sponsoring young monks from economically disadvantaged families awaiting formal enrolment in Monastic Schools in Bhutan. This small contribution is done through our local partner and in close collaboration with the Youth Development Fund founded by Her Majesty Azhi Tshering Pem Wangchuck to build funds for the youths of Bhutan. Under the project, these monks will be able to enrol and receive proper monastic education.

Share A Story
Adventure Quests works closely with our local partners to ensure that the material and the delivery method selected for "Share A Story" is suitable for the local children. The stories have to be apolitical, non religious and appropriate to the culture of the local community. We'll assist the participants to select the stories and facilitate the delivery method prior to the trip. For the session to be effective, each trip will be limited to maximum 6 participants.

Back to Top