• Day 01: Kathmandu – Paro flight. Drive to Thimpu.

    Day 02: Sightseeing in Thimpu.

    Day 03: Thimpu to Punakha.

    Day 04: Sightseeing in Punakha.

    Day 05: Punakha to Bumthang.

    Day 06: Sightseeing in Bumthang.

    Day 07: Excursion to Ura valley. Bumthang

    Day 08: Bumthang to Gangtey.

    Day 09: Gangtey to Paro.

    Day 10: Sightseeing in Paro.

    Day 11: Departure from Bhutan

  • Day 01: Arrive in Paro. Drive to Thimpu.

    • Arrive at Paro Airport. During the flight you will get inspiringly beautiful glimpses of some of the worlds most famous Himalayan peaks. On arrival at Paro International Airport, you will be received by the representative of Tour Company. Drive to Thimphu, the Capital of the Kingdom. The drive is just about an hour along the Pa-Chu meaning Paro River till Chuzom – The Confluence of two rivers. After that you will travel by the Wang Chu side – meaning River of Thimphu till your destination. Check in to the hotel.
    • Overnight in the hotel in Thimphu

    Day 02: Sightseeing in Thimpu.

    • Begin the day early before breakfast with a visit to Sangay Gang – the view point from where you can see the entire Thimphu valley. While returning, stop at the Takin Zoo, where you will get to see TAKIN, the National Animal of Bhutan. After breakfast, visit the Memorial Chorten, built in memory of the late King of Bhutan, the National Library, Institute of  Painting and Arts & crafts, the National Textile Museum, the Folk Heritage museum, the Handicrafts Emporium, Evening, visit  Overnight at the Hotel.

    Day 03: Thimpu to Punakha.

    • After an early breakfast, drive to Punakha (77 kms and the drive takes about 3 hours). On the way, stop at Dochula pass (3100 m) to view the most beautiful view of the entire Eastern Himalayan Mountain ranges. Besides, you will also get to see the 108 Miniature Stupas at Dochula Pass. On reaching Punakha visit the Punakha Dzong. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 04: Punakha.

    • After breakfast, take a short hike to the beautiful Khamsum Yule Namgyel monastery. Visit Chimi Lhakgang , drive to Wangdi Phodrang ( 13 kms away) and visit the Wangdi Town. Overngitht at the hotel.

    Day 05: Punakha to Bumthang

    • Drive to Bumthang and visit Trongsa Dzong en-route, the ancestral home of the royal family and its watch tower. Built in 1648 A.D. it is presently the administrative seat of the district and the home of the monastic school. Built at split levels on a narrow spur, the Dzong is an architectural wonder. The view from here extends for many kilometers and in the old days, it was a vigilance point for both the eastern and western routes. Thus, the strategic importance of this Dzong. The watch tower, located directly above the Dzong, has on display many interesting armors and other implements of war used by ancient warriors.
      Lunch at the hotel and drive for 3 hours (68 km) to reach Bumthang. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 06: Sightseeing in Bumthang

    • Visit the historical Jakar Dzong, built in 1646 A.D. by Minjur Tenpa, the third Druk Desi (Temporal Ruler). In 1683 A.D. it was extended by Gyalse Tenzin Rabgay, the fourth Desi. Visit several ancient and sacred monasteries such as the Jambay Lhakhang, Kurjey Lhakhang, Kencho Sum. Lhakhang, Tamshing and Pema Samba Lhakhangs. Also visit Member Tso "The flaming Lake," which is considered one of the most important pilgrimage spots. A trip to the Bumthang Swiss farm is also interesting. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 07: Day Excursion to Ura Valley. Bumthang

    • A full day excursion to Ura Valley 65 km from Bumthang. Visitors can drive upto Ura and take a leisurely stroll through the quaint and clustered village. Ura also has a beautiful Buddhist Monastery. You will also see yaks grazing in the rich pastureland. Pack lunch at Ura and return to Bumthang in the evening. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 08: Bumthang to Gangtey.

    • Drive from Bumthang to Gangtey Valley. The distance is about 129 kms and it takes about 6 hours’ time to reach. Picnic lunch on the way somewhere at Chendebji or at a scenic spot. Upon reaching Gangtey, visit to Gangtey Monastery which has great historical significance. After that, visit the black necked Crane centre. The crane’s fly in to Gangtey every winter all the way from Siberia. It is believed and the locals see that the cranes circumbulate the Gangtey. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 09: Gangtey to Paro.

    • After breakfast, drive to Paro (190 km). Lunch en-route. Visit the National Museum (Ta-Dzong). Once the watch tower for the Rinpung Dzong, it was converted into the National Museum in 1968. The museum stands on a promontory overlooking the Paro valley. Visit the Paro Rinpung Dzong. A flagstone path rises gradually from a beautiful wooden bridge with shingle roofing and abutted by two guard houses, to the Dzong. Today, the Dzong is the seat of the district administration as well as the home for the monastic school. The central tower (Utse) of the Dzong, with its superb woodwork, is one of the most beautiful structures in the Kingdom. The Dzong was built in 1645 A.D. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 10: Sightseeing in Paro.

    • After an early morning breakfast, hike to Taktsang Monastery. Packed lunch can be arranged for a Picnic feel. After returning from the hike, visit Drugyel dzong – The Ruined Fort which has a historical significance. From there you can also see the Peak of Majestic Mountain Jomolhari. Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 11: Departure.

    • Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the airport for flight to onward destination.

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