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Bhutan Tour Package
- The land of the Thunder Dragons is a Kingdom located in mystic, divine and abode of the Gods, the Himalayas.
- This land lock country offers some most spectacular mountain scenarios.
- Set amidst a mountainous terrain, this Land of Thunder Dragon or in other words, Bhutan, is a stunning nation.
- It is shrouded in the mystery of the myths and legends of yore and adds a seductive charm to the picturesque nation.
- The nation is eco-friendly and progressive and you will be enthralled by its extravaganza of natural beauty.
- You could be one of the few to stand on the mountains of Bhutan to gaze at the breathtaking landscapes on your Trip to Bhutan.
City(s) you will visit
Day 1 / 2 / 3
Day 5 / 6 / 7
Breakfast and Dinner will be served in buffet, same as international tourist (does not include soup, dessert and drinks)
Non AC Vehicle and sightseeing as per the itinerary only. (Vehicle, NOT at disposal)
* 1 – 2 Pax we use luxury SUVs (Toyota, Hyundai)
* 3 – 5 Pax we use luxury minivan (Toyota, Hyundai)
* 6 – 8 Pax we use high roof Van (Toyota)
* 9 Pax and above, we use luxury coaster bus (Toyota)
All accommodation in 3 star hotels in standard room on twin/double sharing basis
Taxes & Entry Fess
All permits and taxes included as per the itinerary
Museum and monument fees as per the itinerary
Flight is not included in this
English speaking guide will be provided for ₹ 1000/Day
Day 1: Arrive in Paro and proceed to Thimphu (70 kms / approx. 1 ½ hours)
In the morning, board your flight to Paro. On arrival, you will meet a Tourient representative, who will be briefing you about the whole tour plan and do’s and don’ts in Bhutan. Post this, you will leave for Thimphu. The road from Paro to Thimphu has some amazing scenic views of mountains and rivers flowing along. On reaching Thimphu, check-in to your hotel, and the rest of the day is at leisure.
In the evening, have dinner in your hotel.
Day 2: Thimphu | Local Sightseeing
After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing:
Simtokha Dzong: This monastery was built in 1627 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. It houses the Institute for Language and Cultural Studies. The carvings behind the prayer wheel in the courtyard are a major attraction of this temple.
Memorial Chorten: Also known as the Thimphu Chorten, it is a chorten in Thimphu, Bhutan, located on Doeboom Lam in the southern-central part of the city near the main roundabout and Indian military hospital.
Buddha View Point: Another place from where you can get a good overview of the Thimphu valley is from the Buddha Point (Kuensel Phodrang). You can pay your obeisance and offer prayers to the Buddha, the largest statue in the country and then walk around and take a glimpse of the valley.
Now have lunch in some of the local restaurants in the market on your own. (Our guides will recommend you some of the best restaurants in Thimphu to try Bhutanese cuisine or for Indian food.)
Post lunch, leave for some more sightseeing:
Takin Mini Zoo: The Takin is the national animal of Bhutan, and looks like a cross between a cow and a goat. Legend has it that the animal was created by the great Buddhist yogi, Drupa Kunley, and it can be found only in Bhutan and nearby areas.
In the evening, return to your hotel and rest overnight after a delicious dinner.
Trashi Chhoe Dzong
Day 3: Thimphu | Local Sightseeing
After Breakfast this morning, go for sight-seeing.
Arts & Craft School: The Institute for Zorig Chusum (commonly known as the Painting School) is where students undergo a 6-year training course in Bhutan 13 traditional arts and crafts.
National Library: It houses an extensive collection of priceless Buddhist manuscripts.
Textile Museum: It is worth a visit to get to know the living national art of weaving. Exhibitions introduce the major weaving techniques, styles of local dress and textiles made by women and men.
Now have lunch in some of the local restaurants in the market on your own expense. (Our guides will recommend you some of the best restaurants in Thimphu to try Bhutanese cuisine or for Indian food.)
Post lunch, leave for some more sightseeing:
Handicraft Emporium: A wide assortment of colorful, hand woven textiles and other craft products is available for purchase at the government-run Handicrafts Emporium.
Also visit Craft Bazaar in case the day today is Tuesday or Wednesday.
In the evening return to your hotel and stay overnight after a delicious dinner
Day 4: Thimphu - Punakha | 75 kms / 3 hrs
After breakfast today, proceed to Punakha.
Dochula View Point stop: The first stop after leaving Thimphu is Dochula Pass at 3100 m. Only about 45 minutes from Thimphu, it offers visitors their first glimpse of the Himalayan range. The road to Punakha branches left and curls its way down to the relatively low lands of the Punakha valley. As you are just about to reach Punakha visit :-
Chimi Lhakhang (Fertility Temple): Situated on a hillock in the centre of the valley is the yellow-roofed Chimi Lhakhang, built in 1499 by the cousin of Lama Drukpa Kunley in his honour after he subdued the demoness of the nearby Dochu La with his ‘magic thunderbolt of wisdom’. A wooden effigy of the lama’s thunderbolt is preserved in the lhakhang, and childless women go to the temple to receive a blessing or empowerment from the saint. It’s a pleasant 20-minute walk across fields from the road at Sopsokha to the temple. It crosses an archery ground before making a short climb to the temple.
Punakha Dzong: Majestically standing on an island between the confluence of the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, the city's dzong is one of the most photogenic of all Bhutan's ancient fortresses, and you will see pictures of it hanging in hotels and restaurants throughout the country. The dzong is joined to the mainland by an arched wooden bridge, and contains many precious relics from the days when successive kings reined the kingdom from this valley.
In the evening, return to your hotel in Punakha for overnight stay.
Day 5: Punakha - Paro | 143 Kms / approx. 3½ hours
After breakfast this morning check-out of the hotel and proceed to Paro. On reaching Paro, have lunch on your own in local restaurants in market and later check-in to your Hotel. Today the day is at leisure.
National Museum of Paro: Housed inside the revamped Ta-dzong building in Paro, National Museum of Bhutan is a cultural museum that has put on display the antique items gathered from different parts of the country.
Kyichu Lhakhang: Built in 659 by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo, it is believed to be one of the 108 temples built to subdue a demoness residing in the Himalyas and is also one of the oldest temples in Bhutan.
In the evening, return to your hotel and rest overnight after a delicious dinner
Day 6: Paro | Local Sightseeing
In the morning, after breakfast, hike up the hill to visit the famous Tiger’s Nest temple:
Taksang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest Temple): The most famous of Bhutanese monasteries. It is said that Guru Rinpoche arrived here on the back of a tigress and meditated at this monastery; hence it is called Tiger’s Nest. Precariously perched on the edge of 1,200 meter cliff, this monastery creates an impressive sight, and is the unofficial symbol of Bhutan. It is about 2 hour up-hill hike or ride a horse from the parking lot to the monastery. If the full hike sounds a bit tough you can hike for 1 hour to the cafetaria, a wooden tea-house restaurant which offers a good view of the monastery.
In the evening, return to your hotel, enjoy your dinner and a comfortable overnight stay.
Day 7: Departure from Paro
After breakfast this morning, you will be transferred to Paro Airport to board your flight. End of tour services!
Hotel Gakyil (Or Similar)
Hotel Kingaling (Or Similar)
Hotel: Tashi Namgay Resort