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Bhutan travel operator and number of days

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We're zoning in on our Bhutan itinerary and selection of a tour operator. Per people's suggestion, we've emailed several tour operators and have begun to receive responses. Two stand out so far (Snow White and Sakten) so my question is how much do operators vary in price assuming we do luxury hotels? I don't want to waste someone's time so would like to pick one earlier in the process but not if a price check is needed?

Itinerary as follows:

Fly from Paro to Bhumtang
3 nights Bumthang (festival and get acclimated) - Aman
2 nights Gangtey - Gangtey Goenpa Lodge
3 nights Paro - Uma
3 nights Punakha - Uma

We'd like to do a one or two night trek and not sure if we should do the Bumdra Wilderness Camp or if there's a good one in Bumthang? The above is total nights so if we did one or two night trek we'd reduce nights elsewhere.

Thinking we'll skip Thimphu as much more interested in the countryside.

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