- Phuentsholing 2N
- Thimphu 3N
- Paro 3N
- Hotel Stay
- Cab Transfer
The city of Bhutan is a land where there is natural beauty in abundance. The place welcomes you with open arms and offers you an array of places to visit in the kingdom.
Be it in the beautiful town of Phuentsholing, or the lovely and ever scenic Thimphu and even the city of Paro has a number of attractions that will call for your attention.
On your 9D8N tour, you will experience some really fun things like visiting monasteries, going for a hike, a spiritual tour of the temple and also learning in depth about the history and culture of the land.
Upon your arrival at the Paro International Airport, you will be welcomed by our representative and from there you will take a road trip to Phuentsholing. Once you reach Phuentsholing after the 3 hours 30 minutes (142.7 km) drive you can check-in to your hotel and take some rest.
After taking some rest, you can start with your sightseeing tour of the city. The first destination for the day is the Bhutan Gate. The gate is the only exit and entry gate for India-Bhutan. The gate is an architectural marvel and many tourists love to click pictures are the gate.
Later on, after the tour of the gate, you can visit the local market and spend your leisure time shopping at the Phuentsholing Market. You can find many things to buy at this market, which include handicrafts, clothes, footwear and even show pieces.
Post this tiring day, you can head back to your hotel and for dinner and night stay.
After a healthy breakfast at the hotel, you can continue with your city tour. The first destination for the day is the Phuentsholing View Point. The place lies at a very high altitude and hence from the topmost point you can have a look at the entire city. The place is best visited during the daytime because the sky is clear and you can get a clear view of the city and the Bengal Plains. The place creates the perfect setting for some beautiful photography.
Your next destination is the Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra. The Shedra has the backdrop of the stunning Himalayas and its highlight is the wonderful murals at the assembly hall. The place is basically a Buddhist school that offers educational programs. It is built especially for nuns and monks during their teen years till the early twenties.
The final destination of the city is the Karbandi Monastery. While strolling around the lush gardens of the complex you will find the 8 Tibetan-Buddhist Stupas there. You can also enjoy a panoramic view of the entire town and also the Bengal plains from here.
Later on, you can head back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Today you will take a 3 hours 54 minutes (147.3 km) road trip to Thimphu. So, have an early breakfast and start with your journey to explore the new city.
Upon your arrival, complete your check-in process and head out for the sightseeing tour. The first destination in the city of Thimphu is the Changangkha Lhakhang. The place is known to be an auspicious site for the locals. It overflows with religious activities and purity. The place is always bustling with devotees and kids and it is said that parents come here with their new-borns to keep the name for their babies.
After the tour of the complex, you can visit the Market of Thimphu. The market offers endless opportunities to peek into the culture of the country. You can also interact with the locals there. You will find everything here, from vegetables to accessories to postal stamps that too at low prices.
Later on, you can head back to your hotel and catch up on some sleep.
Post your breakfast routine, you will continue with your tour. The first destination on your list is the Tango Monastery. The monastery is in complete sync with the Bhutanese tradition of it focuses on spirituality more than fancy facades. The place attracts tourists with its serene aura and quaint environment.
Your next attraction point is the Tashichho Dzong. The place is a fortress that had been constructed in 1641. The place serves as a monastery and is also the main secretariat of the present government.
Finally, you will head to the Memorial Chorten. One of the tallest monuments in Thimphu, it attracts tourists from all around the globe and it is all because of its fine architecture. The place gives you an insight into Buddhism and its highlight is the great artwork and wall carvings.
Post this insightful day, return to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
Have some delicious breakfast at the hotel and then head out to explore the city further. Your first destination for today is the Buddha Dordenma. When you had entered the city of Thimphu you must have already seen the 51 metres tall gold-plated statue of Buddha Dordenma. The entire statue is made up of steel and at night it is beautifully illuminated. The holy temples surrounding this grand statue offer a sense of peace and spirituality.
The next destination is the Folk Heritage Museum. The museum gives you an insight into the culture of Bhutan. This three-storeyed house has the most sober facade, and it displays some very splendid artefacts.
Lastly, you will be visiting the National Library, established in 1967. It houses national archives of Bhutan along with Tibetan and Bhutanese manuscripts. Also, there are photo frames of historical incidents on the walls of the library. All aspects of Bhutan are preserved here, from religious to socio-political.
After the tour, head back to your hotel to catch up on some rest and sleep.
Have an early morning breakfast; today you will be taking a 1 hour 16 minutes (51.1 km) road trip to Paro. Upon your arrival at the hotel in Paro, you can check-in and after taking some rest, you can start with your city tour.
The first destination in the city is the Tiger’s Nest. The place is said to be the most intagrammable place and has pictures of its structure all over the internet. It is known to be situated on a cliff and is his monastery is undoubtedly an architectural marvel.
Later on, you can take the tour of the Paro Market and interact with the locals. You can also spend your leisure time shopping for souvenirs to take back home.
Post this exciting day, return to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Post the breakfast routine at the hotel; head out to explore the city further. Your first destination for the day is the Rinpung Dzong. Known to be famous for its architecture, the Dzong has a very spiritual environment. It has many illustrations portraying the life of Buddha and the hike to the top of the fortress welcomes you with the spectacular view of the surrounding valleys.
The next destination is the Drukgyel Dzong. The place was built in 1649 to mark the victory of Bhutan over Tibet and is now in ruins. But you must still go there for the fascinating stone works the past. Also if you climb on the top of the ruins, an amazing view of the valley greets you.
Lastly, you will be taking a tour of the National Museum of Bhutan. The museum is a lovely place to be at it if you want to take a dive into the culture of the land. The more you read and see, the more you come to know about the place. The museum and its thousands of artefacts will give you some pristine knowledge about the kingdom of Bhutan.
End your day by heading back to your hotel for the night stay.
This is your last day for the sightseeing tour, so have a quick healthy breakfast and head out for some more explorations.
The first destination of the day is the Chele La Pass. The pass is a must-visit place in Paro, because of the beauty the place beholds. Bhutan, being a country with a mountainous landscape it has a series of passes but nothing like Chele La. It is the highest motorable road pass in Bhutan and offers the view of Mt. Jomolhari.
After enjoying this amazing view, you can visit Paro Chhu. The gentle breeze and cooing of birds create an environment of peace at the Paro Chhu. You will forget your entire daily life hustle bustle and will just lose yourself in the tranquillity of the place.
The final attraction of your trip of Bhutan is Zuri Dzong. One of the oldest Dzongs in Bhutan, the place dates back to the 12th Century. It is rich in history and has some very royal values. It is also said that Buddha meditated here in the 8th century.
Post this, head back to your hotel and start packing for your departure the next day.
Today you will be bidding goodbye to the kingdom of Bhutan and heading back home. You will be reaching Paro airport and will take a flight to your hometown. We hope you had a wonderful time on your vacation and that you made some unforgettable memories. See you soon!!
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