It can take you anywhere between 6 to 8 days to fully explore Bhutan and whatever that scenic place has got to offer. On the first day, you can land in Paro and begin your journey to Thimpu. You can explore the nearby areas of your hotel. You can reserve the next day for exploring sightseeing destinations such as Simtokha Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Takin Mini Zoo and Trashichhoedzong. On the third day, you can head to Punakha Valley, and stop by sightseeing destinations such as Chimi Lhakhang. You can reserve the next two days for other sightseeing destinations such as National Museum of Paro and Kyichu Lhakhang in Paro. You can also head to other tourist spots such as Tiger’s Nest Temple, local farmhouses and other Bhutanese monasteries.
I recently went to Bhutan and for a trip u need max 8 days... When I went,on 1st day, I got down at Bagdogra airport and from there it took us 3 hours to reach Phuentsholling. The 2nd day we went to Phuentsholling immigration office for the permit and from there we head to Paro, which took us 3 hrs. The next day we went for an amazing Tiger Monastery. The trek was beautiful. Then on 4th day we went for Paro's local sightseeing and from there we headed to Thimphu. On 5th day we went for Thimphu Local Sightseeing like Dzongs and Monastery. On Day 6th we went for Punakha Sightseeing one of the best places to visit. On 7th Day, we traveled back to Siliguri from Thimphu and had a night stay in Siliguri. and then next day we headed back home from Bagdogra Airport....
Hi Manoshi! Here is a list of places to see when in Bhutan: 1. Kichu Lakhang 2. Punakha Dzong
3. National Museum of Bhutan 4. Drukgyal Dzong
5. Chele La You can also have a look at these holiday packages and trips to get insight for your trip. Happy Travelling!