- Thimphu 2N
- Wangdue / Punakha 2N
- Paro 3N
- Hotel Stay
- Cab Transfer
On your 8D7N trip to Bhutan, there is a plethora to explore. Be it in Thimphu, Wangdue/Punakha or Paro. None of these places will disappoint you in any manner.
They cater to every kind of tourist; be it a solo traveller, a trekker, a wildlife enthusiast, a spiritual soul, a couple or a nature lover. This makes Bhutan a perfect place to spend your vacation at and make some memorable memories that you cherish forever.
You can pick your comfortable date and also choose a package according to your requirments and budget from our list of package deals.
Our representative will welcome you at the Paro International Airport and accompany you to your hotel in Thimphu. The road trip to Thimphu is 1 hour 17 minutes (50.8 km) long and the journey is so beautiful that you will not get a chance to hide away your camera.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, complete your check-in process and then head out to take a tour of the city. Your first destination for the day will be the Trashi Chho Dzong. The Dzong is a grand fort that is also a venue for the country’s biggest annual festival, Tsechu. A fact about the place is that the Dzong has been destroyed in a fire almost five times till date. It still is an architectural marvel and a must-visit place of Thimphu.
Before heading to the hotel you can take a walk around the city and explore the culture and interact with locals in your leisure time. Post that, head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
After filling up your tummy at the hotel, you can leave for the city tour. Your first destination for the day will be the Tango Goemba.
This is a Buddhist site in the city and has been recently renovated in 2016. The place is a centre for Buddhist studies and to reach the place you would have to trek uphill for about forty-five minutes. The highlights of the place are its chapels, meditation cave and living quarters. One can also witness a crystal that was brought here from Tibet.
The next destination in the city is the Motithang Takin Preserve. If you want to observe the National Animal of Bhutan, then this is the perfect place to be at. The most memorable part of this visit is when the animals gather around the fences to eat. You can click amazing pictures of them and observe them closely.
Your last tourist attraction is the National Folk Heritage Museum. The museum gives you a glimpse of Bhutanese traditional lifestyle and heritage. A fun fact is that the artefacts of the museum transform seasonally, so every time you visit, you will get to see something different.
Post this exciting day, you must head back to your hotel for the night stay.
Welcome to your first road trip to Wangdue, 1 hour 52 minutes (70.2 km) away. So, make sure you have an early and healthy breakfast at the hotel and kick start with your journey.
Once you have reached Wangdue and completed your check-in formalities, you can right away start with the sightseeing. The first destination you will be visiting is Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park. The national park is the largest protected area in Bhutan and is a haven for migratory birds. It also houses a number of animals and plants. Some of which include the Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Black Bear, Blue Sheep, and Takin. Spend a day here and be close to nature and relax to forget all the hustle bustle of your daily routine.
Post that, head back to your hotel for dinner and a good night’s sleep.
On your third day, you will travel to Punakha, which is 2 hours 26 minutes (84.9 km) away from Thimphu. So have a healthy breakfast at the hotel and get ready for the road trip.
Before your arrival at the hotel in Punakha, you will be visiting the Dochula Pass. The road from Thimphu to the Punakha is marked by the Dochula Pass. The pass is located at a height of 3100 metres and the pass from that height offers the scenic views of valleys on both sides. It also overlooks the site of the 108 Druk Wangyal Chortens. Also, you will get the view of The Gangkar Puensum, Bhutan’s highest mountain peak.
After the short visit to the Pass, you can continue your trip to your hotel in Punakha and after completing your check-in formalities, have dinner and catch up on some rest.
After your breakfast routine at the hotel, you can continue with your city tour. The first destination for the day is Mo Chhu. Mo Chhu is an extremely important river in Bhutan. The river passes into the Mo Chhu valley and then into the Devil’s Gorge, where river rafting and kayaking activities are conducted.
Your next place of attraction is Koma Tsachu. These water springs are a two-hour hike uphill and are located inside the Jigme Dorji National Park. There are four bathing pools here and each of them is housed in different rooms with complete solar lighting, mats and tents. They say these hot water springs are supposed to have therapeutic value.
Your last destination of the day is Ritsha. The place is a small Bhutanese village and is known for its unique techniques of growing rice. It is also called out for its brilliant architecture.
After the tour of the village, return to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
After a healthy breakfast at the hotel, you will travel to Paro by road. Upon completing your journey to Paro, you will check-in to your hotel.
Take some rest and then head out to visit your first attraction in the city. National Museum of Bhutan speaks of myths, legends and ancient glory. The museum is also known as Ta Dzong and is shaped like a conch shell. It preserves Bhutanese architectures, values, and lifestyles.
You can then take a tour of the market of Bhutan and enjoy your leisure time in the city. Post that, return to your hotel for the night stay.
After your breakfast at the hotel, you will be heading to the Tiger’s Nest. The place is one of the most beautiful places in Bhutan and has great religious significance. It serves as one of the prime tourist destinations and lives up to it by offering beautiful and splendid views of the surroundings.
Your next destination is the Rinpung Dzong. This place is a fine example of marvellous architecture. Also known as Paro Dzong the place has a very spiritual environment and is beautifully lit-up in the evening. The dzong has many illustrations about the life of Buddha, which is the highlight of the place.
Lastly, you will head to the Dungtse Lhakhang. The place was built in the early 15th century and it provides an in-depth knowledge of Buddhism. This three storey temple has each storey representing hell, earth and heaven respectively.
Post this tiring day you can go back to your hotel and catch up on some rest.
Follow your breakfast routine at the hotel and then head out to continue your city tour.
Your first destination for the day will be Kyichu Lhakhang. This place dates back to the 7th century. It is a beautiful monastery of great significance and is a perfect example of serenity. It is believed to be blessed by many Buddhist saints including Guru Rinpoche.
After the tour of this great monastery head to Chele La Pass, a mountainous landscape. It is located approximately 13,000 feet between the valley of Paro and Haa and is the highest motorable road pass in Bhutan. The highlight of the pass is the adorable view of the Himalayan Range.
Your last destination in Bhutan is Paro Chhu. The place reflects the colourful city in its crystal clear water. An experience in itself is walking along the shores of Paro Chhu. You will be in awe of the gentle breeze and cooing of birds.
Post this exciting day in Paro, head back to your hotel and pack your luggage for your departure the next day.
On day 8, you will be heading to the Paro International Airport for your flight back home. We hope you had a great trip and just like the trip you will keep us in your memories for any other vacations in the future.
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