If you are looking for a senior citizen holiday in Bhutan then you have come to the right place. Our senior citizen holiday tour package is affordable and customized to suit our 50+ senior citizens.
You have the choice to choose from the various tours we offer or customize your own itinerary based on your interest. You can choose a relaxed sightseeing tour of Bhutan any time of the year. You can even choose a light adventure or time your travel to witness a rare festival in Bhutan.
This senior citizen holiday tour package is especially designed for our 50+ guests keeping in mind the physical ability. We do not have long walk unless specifically requested. Most of our sightseeing is done using comfortable vehicles. Our holiday is flexible and our guest have the choice to do things at their own pace.
Paro - The location of the international airport and Taktsang Monastery.
Bumthang - An administrative town in the north and the birthplace of Buddhism in Bhutan. A major producer of apples, Bumthang offers a bit more of a cultural bite than its quieter neighbour, Ura.
Taktsang Palphug - It’s said that Guru Rinpoche, the founder of Buddhism in Bhutan, arrived at the Taktsang Palphug monastery on the back of a winged tigress and meditated there for three months straight, hence its more pronounceable moniker, Tiger’s Nest. Skipping this is like forgetting to see the Taj Mahal in Agra; whether you thrive on culture, or get your kicks from climbing, you simply have to go.
Thimpu - Thimpu is a contradiction: it upholds Bhutan’s overriding sense of purity – it’s the only world capital without traffic lights, a modern trapping removed because residents thought them impersonal, but it also has a challenging exuberance that’s seen a few nightclubs spring up. Temples, dzongs, museums and parks: Thimpu has it all – a vibrant introduction to the most advanced and the most remote parts of the kingdom.
Trongsa - The Trongsa passes are reached via an ancient route where once both monks and mules trod their weary way through conifer forests. Trongsa itself is best known for two things: Trongsa Dzong, the red-roofed ancestral home of the Royal Family, and the Jhambay Lhakang Festival, where locals run underneath a huge flaming gate while piles of burning grass fall on their heads. Playing with fire, literally.
Ura - A visit to Ura is like opening the door to the past and then some. It has grown in prosper since the country’s East-West highway finally reached it in the 90s, but the village is almost medieval in its makeup: think narrow stone roads and houses with wooden shingle roofs. Don’t expect gastronomic greatness; the land is less than fertile and the locals live on a staple diet of potatoes and yak meat.
Wangdue Phodrang - A windswept market town in one of Bhutan’s biggest and most climatically varied districts, Wangdue Phodrang is known for its bamboo products, slate and stone carvings. Since fire destroyed its dzong in June 2012, attention on the town has turned towards its local famers’ market: a long line of well-kept wooden shacks, their corrugated roofs secured by stones, selling baskets of brilliantly-coloured local produce.
Takung Valley - Central Bhutan gives you a break from mountain-top temples and a chance to breath in the country’s incredible countryside: a land of lush meadows, blue pine forests and bamboo groves.
Bhutan Tour for Seniors package is specially designed all inclusive Bhutan tour for senior citizen to have a fun, safe and value holiday experience in beautiful Bhutan......More Details.
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