- Phuentsholing 1N
- Thimphu 2N
- Wangdue / Punakha 2N
- Paro 3N
- Hotel Stay
- Cab Transfer
Bhutan is a kingdom that offers so much to a tourist. From the enriching natural beauty to the thrilling treks, it has it all.
So why not just pack your bags and set out for the 9D8N adventure. In these days you will be visiting the city of Paro, Thimphu, Phuentsholing and Wangdue/Punakha. There are a lot of tourist spots that these cities offer and they range from monasteries to hot springs, from temples to forts and from thrilling hikes to the calm and tranquil national parks.
On your arrival at the Paro International Airport, you will be welcomed by our representative. You will then be accompanied by him on to your hotel in Phuentsholing. The road trip is 3 hours 30 minutes (142.7 km) and the roads are so beautiful that you will be glued to the window.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, complete your check-in process and head out to explore the city. You will be visiting the Bhutan Gate today. The architecture of the gate will leave you spell-bounded and you will instantly want to pose in front of the gate for a new profile picture. The gate is the only entry and exit gate for India-Bhutan.
After you visit the gate you can take a tour of the local market and then head back to your hotel by the evening for dinner and night stay.
After the first meal of the day at the hotel, you will leave for Thimphu. The journey from Thimphu is 3 hours 54 minutes (147.3 km) long, via road. Upon your arrival at the hotel, complete your check-in process and then star with your sightseeing tour.
The first destination in the city is the visit to the Motithang Takin Preserve. The preserve was basically a zoo but due to the largest preservation of the mountain animal, Takin it became a preserve. It is said that the 4th king did not believe in enclosing animals in a zoo hence he established natural preservation. In fact, the preserve also shelters Barking Deer and the Sambar Deer.
After the tour of the preserve, head back to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
Your first meal of the day will be at your hotel and later on, you will head out to continue your city tour. The first destination of the day is the Tashichho Dzong.
The Dzong is a remarkable architectural structure. It currently houses the throne room and seat of the government and is also known as the Thimphu Dzong. But locals also refer to it as the ‘fortress of the glorious religion’.
After the tour of the fortress, head to the Buddha Dordenma. The place holds one of the largest Buddha statues in the world. It is an architectural wonder that is adored by tourists from over the world. It is 50meters in height and is gilded in gold.
Your last destination in the city is the National Memorial Chorten. It is one of the most popular points of interest in the city. This Chorten is a place of worship for the locals and they come here every single day. It is built in the Tibetan style and is still praised for its architecture.
Later on, you can return to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Today you will be setting out on yet another road trip to Wangdue, which is 1 hour 51 minutes (70.2 km) away from Thimphu. So make sure you have an early breakfast at the hotel and embark on your journey.
Upon your arrival at the hotel you can complete your check-in process and after some rest, head out for the sightseeing tour. Your first visit will be to the Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park. Here you will be close to nature and encounter many migratory birds and some uncommon animals. The park will keep you relaxed and its tranquillity will move you away from the daily hustle bustle of your routine life.
Post this refreshing visit you can head to your hotel by the evening and have some mouth-watering dinner and take some rest at night.
On the third day, you will travel to Punakha after a healthy breakfast at the hotel. After you reach your hotel in Punakha you can complete your check-in formalities and head out for the sightseeing tour immediately.
Your first destination will be the Samtengang Trek. The trek is an easy climb. It is a 1900 meters stretch that offers some of the best views of the town.
After the tiring trek, you can head back to your hotel and catch up on some rest.
After your breakfast regime at the hotel, you can head out and continue exploring the city. The first destination for the day is the Adha and Rukha Villages. The villages are a perfect place to camp and also homestays at the farmer’s house are available. You can go explore the ruins of the villages because history lovers from all over the world come to this place for the same reason.
After the tour of the village and interaction with the locals, you will visit the Wangduephodrang Dzong. The Dzong is known for its architectural value. The monks at the Dzong are very humble and polite people, who give you a glimpse of the culture of the land.
Your last destination in the city is the Phobjikha Valley. The valley is known for its scenic views. Make sure you take your camera along because you are surely going to get to capture some beautiful portraits
Later on, head back to your hotel for the night stay.
After the breakfast at your hotel, head out to continue with your city tour. The first destination of the day will be the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten. The Chorten is a beautiful monastery. It is situated at a ridge above the Punakha Valley and is a four storey majestic temple.
The next destination on your list is the Zangdo Pelri Temple. This temple holds a religious and holy place in the land of Bhutan. The temple represents Guru Rinpochey and many locals come here to seek his blessings.
The last destination in the city is the Punakha Suspension Bridge. The bridge offers a mesmerizing view of natural beauty around it. This is the second longest suspension bridge of the country and is built high on the river Po Chu.
Post this exciting day, head back to your hotel for the night stay.
Today you will be travelling to Paro, after a healthy breakfast at the hotel. You will be taking a road trip to your city and reaching the hotel directly. Upon your arrival, you can complete the check-in formalities at the hotel and after some rest, head out to explore the city.
The first destination on your list is the Tachog Lhakhang Bridge. The bridge is the first bridge to have ever been built in Bhutan. The bridge offers a fantastic view of the surroundings. It is made up of iron and wood and one can walk to the nearby hills and take a complete view of the entire bridge.
After this, you can visit the local market of Paro and shop for souvenirs if you wish to. Later on, head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Follow your breakfast routine at the hotel and then head to the first destination of the day. Today you will be visiting the Dzongdrakha Goemba. This is a serene site is located above the Bondey village and is also known as Mini Taktsang. The place comprises of four temples and is believed to be blessed by Guru Rinpoche himself.
Your next destination for the day is the Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche Memorial House. The house is considered to be the oldest temple in Paro and it leaves tourists in awe owing to its impeccable architecture. The house also consists of intricate statues of Buddha and houses a lot of paintings portraying the life of Guru Rinpoche.
Finally, you will be head to the Kila Goempa. The place houses around 60 nuns who live in seclusion and are known for its modesty and simplicity. Here you will find chirping of birds in the natural surroundings that will brighten your mood. The architecture is simple and is loved by many.
Post this tiring yet fun day, you can get back to your hotel for a good night’s sleep.
On your last day in Paro, you will begin your day with breakfast at the hotel and then start exploring the rest of the city.
Your first visit will be to the Tiger’s Nest. Known for its murals and architecture, the place is the most photogenic place in all of Bhutan. Many pictures of this place float all over the internet and it is renowned all over the world. Go there for its architecture.
The next destination on your list is the Chele La Pass. The pass is known for its amazing views of the surroundings and is one of the highest motorable passes in Bhutan. It is covered in untouched forests and is home to thriving flora and fauna.
Your last destination in the city is the National Museum of Bhutan. The museum flaunts art and traditions and has six floors that are dedicated to it. Each floor has a unique tale to tell. If you look around you will see paintings, art pieces, animal masks and many more facets of the culture of the land.
After the tour of the museum, you can head back to your hotel and start packing for your departure the next day.
Today you will be taking a flight back home from the Paro International Airport. We hope you had a great time in Bhutan and that you made some wonderful and unforgettable memories. Hope to see you soon!
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