IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) Tourism is offering a tour package of five nights and six days to Paro, Thimpu and Punakha, the tourism arm of the Indian Railways, said on microblogging website, Twitter. The tour, which will start from Delhi, will be via economy class of Druk Air, according to IRCTC Tourism's official website, irctctourism.com. The tour will commence on June 16, 2019 and the tariff of the package starts at Rs. 39,750 per person, according to IRCTC Tourism's portal.
Adbhut #Bhutan offers excursions to the most prominent tourist attractions in Bhutan that include Memorial Chorten, Simtokha Dzong, Dochula View Point, National Museum of Paro and Tiger's Nest Temple. For #Booking, please visit https://t.co/iuLvrBC8Nx#tourism#irctcpic.twitter.com/ox1KvQ6Gge— IRCTC (@IRCTCofficial) April 22, 2019
IRCTC Tourism's Bhutan tour package details:
|Package Name||Adbhut Bhutan|
|Destination Covered||Paro (02 Nights), Thimpu (02 Nights) & Punakha (01 Night)|
|Duration||5 Nights/6 Days|
|Traveling Mode||By Air|
|Frequency/Tour Date||June 16, 2019|
|Meal Plan||MAP (Breakfast & Dinner)|
Here are the key things to know about IRCTC's Bhutan package:
1. The tariff for the tour package is different according to the occupancy chosen by the passenger. For double occupancy, passengers need to pay Rs. 44,700.
|16-06-2019 to 21-06-2019||KB 201||DEL (1005 Hrs)||PBH (1255 Hrs)|
|KB 200||PBH (0715 Hrs)||DEL (0905 Hrs)|
2. The journey from Delhi to Paro will be via Druk Air.
|Occupancy||Prices (Per Person)|
|Single Occupancy||Rs 49,600|
|Double Occupancy||Rs 44,700|
|Triple Occupancy||Rs 39,750|
|Child (2-11 yrs) with bed||Rs 30,200|
|Child (2-11 yrs) without bed||Rs 27,750|
3. The package includes air tickets (Delhi-Paro-Delhi round trip), five nights' accommodation, breakfast and dinner according to IRCTC's website. The package also offers travel insurance for passengers below the age of 80 years.
4. However, items of personal nature such as laundry, any kind of room services or additional sightseeing are not a part of the package, noted IRCTC.