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05 nights/06 days

From Historical To Modern Day Bhutan

Rs 8999 Rs. 9999(10% OFF) price

    • Phuentsholing 2N
    • Thimphu 1N
    • Paro 2N
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    Hotel Stay
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Overview

About a few years back, Bhutan was one of the places that most people were not even aware of. As people started visiting this tiny kingdom of paradise hidden in the Himalayan beauty and shared their experiences, Bhutan is now seen as the new must-visit destination in southern Asia. This peaceful country is a quintessential destination for people who are seeking a spiritual journey, trekking adventure, and unspoiled magnificence of nature. If you want to explore this majestic place before it gets crowded or commercialized, we have a plan for you.

This 6 days guided tour will take you to tiptoe into glorious monasteries, hike in the virgin forests, and walk through the tranquillizing hamlets where people still roam around in traditional dresses. Starting from Phuentsholing, known as the commercial centre on the northern region of Indian plains, and taking you into an intriguing destination Thimpu and the marvellous valley, Paro.

Itinerary

To arrive Bhutan, you need to first visit Siliguri, West Bengal, via airways or railways. Our representative will give you a glad hand at NJP Railway station or IXB Airport and, thereafter, assist your transfer to the happiest country on the planet, Bhutan. After a 5-hours long drive, you will step into the gorgeous land of Phuentsholing which is situated at an altitude of 961 ft. This place may seem a little crowded than you expected but it is still more unwinding and peaceful than most of the popular tourist attractions. As the day come to an end, you will be taken to a luxurious hotel where you are all set to tuck into the bed and unwind from all the anxiety of travelling.

On the second day of your trip to Bhutan, start your morning right by devouring a delectable Bhutanese food. After breakfast, you need to first complete your immigration formalities, then take your luggage and move to the capital of Bhutan Thimphu. This district, resting at a height of 2350 meters above sea level, is also famous as the largest city of the country where tourists come across the juxtaposition of ancient tradition and modern lifestyle. As soon as you arrive, you can check in at the beautiful hotel where you can either choose to relax for the rest of the day or leave your luggage and start exploring the city. If you are too excited to traverse, you can pay your visit to the Tashichho Dzong which is renowned as the fortress of the glorious Buddhist religion, the home and office of the present king and the seat of the government since 1952.

By the time the sky is covered with stars, just spend the night in the warmth of your hotel room and prepare yourself for the awaiting amusement.

Start the morning of the third day of your expedition with cold weather and hot piping breakfast that will be served right at your hotel room. As the day is all about sightseeing in Thimpu, the first stop would be Kuensel Phodrang, one of the most prominent destinations to visit in Bhutan because of its photogenic surrounding and the gigantic statue of Lord Buddha. Followed by a glorious monument, National Memorial Chorten would be your next destination where you can pray with all your heart and attract spiritual energy into your mind and soul. Finally, there is the Folk Heritage Museum where you can connect with the brilliant Bhutanese culture, rural history, and rich heritage through precious demonstrations, exhibits, and documentaries based on the rural lifestyle of the country.

After half of the day passes visiting magnificent sites of the capital region, you would be ready to travel across the spiral roads encircled with tall lush greenery to reach Paro where the elegance of nature and traditional-style houses are seen as the real gems. Furthermore, as you hit this jaw-dropping location, be the guest to the mesmerizing hotel where you will be allotted a lovely room with calm aura. Spend the night at Paro and wait for what is coming next.

The fourth day would be the busiest day of your trip to Bhutan as it is going to be all about exploring the speciality of the place.

Have your mouth-watering breakfast and start your day by visiting Ta Dzong which is approximately four and a half centuries old and still stands as a pride of the religion even after suffering a major earthquake in 2011. Visit this place and you will come across the priceless collection of Bhutanese antiquities. Next, there is Rinpung Dzong, also known as Paro Dzong, with the matchless spiritual environment as it has the required splendour and peace that can rejuvenate the mind. Besides, this Dzong is also referred to as the seat of the administration of the Paro district. Subsequently, you will be visiting the great Drukgyel Dzong which is recognized as one of the must-visit places on earth by UNESCO World Heritage Center. The Dzong served as the defence of the region since the day it was constructed till 1951 when it was brutally destroyed by a massive fire. However, the ruins of the premises speak everything about its history and heritage. Lastly, there is Kyichu Lhakhang which is Bhutan’s oldest temple that was constructed in 659 with the purpose of pinning down the foot of a monster who was restricting the establishment of Buddhist religion in Tibet.

As this hectic and most pleasant come to an end, you will be taken back to your hotel where you can rest throughout the night after having scrumptious dinner.

It is the fifth day of your tour and today is all about soaking into the serene environment of the country as you will be going back to your starting point, Phuentsholing. After having breakfast, check out of the hotel, take your bags and belongings with you, and indulge in a 7-hour long drive. As all your energy will drain due to all the travelling, there will be nothing left to explore the place. Nonetheless, you can always pay your call at the local market to buy souvenirs for your loved ones. By the time the sun goes down, you can come back to the hotel and spend the night relaxing and thinking about your way back to the daily routine.

It is the last day and it is time to go back to your normal life. On the way back to Shillong, rewind your wonderful trip and recollect every little memory you have made in one of the most beautiful countries across the globe. So, join your journey onwards as soon as you will visit NJP Railway station or IXB Airport.

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