- Phuentsholing 2N
- Thimphu 2N
- Wangdue / Punakha 1N
- Paro 2N
- Hotel Stay
- Cab Transfer
On your 8D7N trip to Bhutan, you will be visiting some of the best cities of the state. Starting with Phuentsholing, this bordered town of South Bhutan is often regarded as the abode of kings and queens of the Himalayan Kingdom. There are a number of places to visit in the town, which will give you a glimpse of the diversity of Bhutanese, Nepalese and Indian cultures.
Next destination of your tour is Thimphu. The place is the capital of the Kingdom and even though the place is known to become a growing modern town, it retains its cultural aesthetics.
Talking of Wangdue and Punakha, both the towns are surrounded by hills. Both these places offer a plethora of tourist spots to visit that you will cherish on your trip.
Lastly, Paro, the quaint little town in the picturesque kingdom of Bhutan is untainted with wilderness and willow trees. It is said that if you haven’t visited Paro your trip to Bhutan, your trip stays incomplete.
Upon your arrival at Paro International Airport, our representative will give you a cordial welcome and accompany you to Phuentsholing. The road trip to Phuentsholing is around 3 hours 30 minutes (142.7 km) long but the view of the hills is unmatchable.
Upon your arrival at your hotel in Phuentsholing, you can complete your check-in process and head out for the sightseeing tour.
Your first destination of the day will be the Bhutan Gate. The Bhutan Gate is one of the most photographed places in the town. It is also the main entrance and exit gate from and to India. The huge structure is worth a visit.
After admiring the gate you can head out for some shopping at the Phuentsholing Market. You can also purchase souvenirs from here to take back home.
Later on, head back to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
Have your breakfast at the hotel and then continue with your sightseeing tour. On day 2 you will be heading to the Phuentsholing Viewpoint.
Also known as the Peeple Drangra, the place is best visited during the daytime, especially in the morning. This helps you get a clear view of the entire town and the Bengal Plains. You will also spot the hill gradients and the Torsa River flowing below.
Your next destination is the Torsa River Side. The river is undoubtedly among the best places to visit near Phuentsholing. It can be easily reached on foot because vehicles are not allowed on the track. You can spend some time on the river and enjoy the beauty of the place. In addition to that, you will also find a basketball court at the end of the walking path. The highlight of the place is the panoramic view of the town.
Lastly, you will be heading towards the Karbandi Monastery. This monastery is a scenic vantage point that boasts of life-size idols of Rinpoche, Shakyamuni and Shabdrung Ngawang. You will also find 8 Tibetan-Buddhist Stupas in its garden. It is believed that couples with infertility issues are blessed with a child after visiting the monastery.
Post this tiring day, head back to your hotel for the night stay.
On Day 3, you will have an early morning breakfast at the hotel and leave for Thimphu. The journey is 3 hours 55 minutes (147.3 km) long and you will be directly reaching your hotel in Thimphu.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, you will complete your check-in process and then start exploring the city. Your first destination of the day will be The National Memorial Chorten. The Chorten is basically a Memorial Stupa of Thimphu. It is also known as the Thimphu Chorten and it is located on the Doeboom Lam at the end of the city. Go there for its architecture and you will be in awe of it.
After the visit of the Chorten, you can head back to your hotel to catch up on some rest.
After breakfast at the hotel, you can continue exploring the city. Your first destination of the day will be the Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory.
Here you can see how the locals make use of the traditional methods of producing paper. The factory manufactures the most authentic and the best quality Bhutanese paper. The factory workers take you through the whole process of papermaking and it is quite fun to witness the process.
Your next destination in the town will be the Trashi Chhoe Dzong. The Dzong is a fortress and also a Buddhist monastery. It is known for its structure and the murals.
The last destination in the city is the National Folk Heritage Museum. The museum was established in 2001. It is set in 3 storeys of timber and rammed earth building. The highlight of the place is that the museum artefacts transform seasonally, so every time you visit, you will get to see something unique.
Post the visit to the museum, you can head back to your hotel for dinner and a good night’s sleep.
Have early morning breakfast, because today you will be taking a 1 hour 48 minutes (69.3 km) road trip to Wangdue.
After you complete your check-in formalities at your hotel in Wangdue, you can start with the city tour. Your first destination in the city is the Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park. The park is the perfect example of beauty. In fact, a popular highlight of the place is the bird-watching experience. It is a haven for those birds that migrate here every year from different parts of the world. Also, animals and plants take haven here. It is home to animals like the Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Black Bear, Blue Sheep, and Takin.
Post this tiring visit to the national park, you can head back to your hotel for the night stay.
Have an early morning breakfast, because today you will be taking a 2 hour 23 minutes (84.1 km) road trip to Punakha.
In Punakha, you will set out for the Samtengang Trek. The trek is a short, simple and easy trek to Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag. The trekking trail has comfortable steeps and heights that make the trail quite smooth and suitable for amateur hikers. The trail also offers the view of wonderful hills and the entire city from the top.
Post this tiring trek, you can head back to the hotel for the night stay.
On Day 06, you will be taking a road trip to Paro. So make sure you have an early meal and start with your journey.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, you can complete your check-in process and once you have settled down you can start with your city tour. The first destination in the city is the Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang Temple. The temple has many tales to tell but more than that go there for its architecture. The uniqueness will leave you in awe.
After the tour of the temple, visit the Paro Market to shop for some local goodies to take back home.
Post this tiring day you must catch up on some rest. So, head back to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you can head out to complete your sightseeing tour in the city. For today, your first destination is the Chele La Pass.
Chele La is located at 3810 m above sea level and is known to be the highest road pass in Bhutan. There are many options to reach the destination; you can hike, ride, or drive there. From the pass, you will enjoy the majestic views of Mt. Jomolhari and Mount Jitchu Drake.
Your next destination is the Tiger’s Nest (Paro Taktsang). One of the most famous and destinations of the entire kingdom of Bhutan is the Tiger’s Nest. It is said that Guru Rinpoche flew here on the back of a tigress and meditated here and hence it holds a lot of spiritual influence on the lives of the locals. You can hike or ride through the pines to reach this breathtaking cliff-side monastery.
Your last tourist spot is the Zuri Dzong Fort. This ancient fortress is a five storey structure. It is protected by double walls and a bridge. The locals believe that there is also a cave here where Buddha once meditated.
Later on, you can head back to your hotel and start packing for your departure the next day.
You will head to the Paro International Airport on your last day to travel back home. We hope you made some unforgettable memories on your trip to Bhutan and we wish to associate with you in the future to help your vacations.
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