- Phuentsholing 2N
- Thimphu 2N
- Wangdue / Punakha 2N
- Paro 2N
- Hotel Stay
- Cab Transfer
On your 9D8N trip to Bhutan, you will be visiting some of the most visited destinations like Phuentsholing, Thimphu, Wangdue/Punakha and Paro.
Each of these towns and cities offers a number of attractions and cater to all kinds of tourists. The trekker has a number of treks to explore. The nature lover has natural beauty here in abundance. The family vacations here are always a hit and the honeymooners also never disappointed.
So, what are you waiting for? All you have to do is pack your bags and set out for the vacation you will not forget in a long long time.
You will be arriving at the Paro International Airport and from there, our representative will lead you to the town of Phuentsholing. You will be taking a 3 hours 30 minutes (142.7 km) road trip to the town and we bet you will fall in love with the view on your journey.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, complete your check-in process and after some rest, you can start with your sightseeing tour. Your first destination in the town will be the Zangto Pelri Lhakhang. The place is a religious hub and there you can watch the Buddhist monks chanting hymns all day. On the ground floor of the place, there is Guru Rinpoche’s replica along with 8 differently manifested life-size idols. You will also find idols of Bodhisattva, Avalokiteshvara as well as Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal on the 1st floor.
Later on, you can visit the Phuentsholing Market to shop for souvenirs to take back home.
Post this tiring day, you can return to your hotel for dinner and a good night’s sleep.
Start your day with a healthy breakfast at the hotel and then head out for the sightseeing tour. The first destination for the day is the Bhutan Gate. The gate is the only entry and exit way for Bhutan-India. The gate is an architectural marvel of the land and is visited by many tourists.
Your next destination is Zangto Pelri Park. The place is kid-friendly and even here the monks chant prayers. You can hang out here and sip coffee while you enjoy the view of the greenery around you and the ponds and fountain.
The last destination of the city will be the Phuentsholing Viewpoint. The view point is situated at a high altitude and offers a bird’s eye view of the entire city.
After this exciting day, head back to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
Today you will be taking a 3 hours 54 minutes (147.3 km) road trip to the town of Thimphu. So make sure you have an early breakfast and start with your journey.
Upon your arrival at the hotel in Thimphu, you can complete your check-in formalities and head out to explore the city. Your first destination will be the National Institute of Traditional Medicine. The institute has been preserving herbs and animal parts used in traditional Bhutanese ointments here and these medicines are collected from the Himalayas for ages. Here diseases are treated using these ancient practices. A visit here will give you in-depth knowledge of traditional medicine in people’s lives.
Later on, you can take a stroll through the Market of Thimphu and spend your leisure time interacting with locals and shopping for your loved ones. Post which, head back to the hotel for the overnight stay.
Post a healthy breakfast at the hotel, you can continue with your sightseeing tour. The first destination in the city will be the National Library of Thimphu. It was established in 1967 and it shares books about the rich history and culture of the place. All aspects of Bhutan’s culture are preserved here and there are books on every topic for the public’s easy accessibility.
Later on, you will head to the Changangkha Lhakhang. The place is a site that over flows with religious faith and purity. It is a spiritual hotspot where devotees from all over the world flock. There are parents who come here especially to find a name for their new born babies.
Post this spiritual retreat you will visit the Tashichho Dzong. The Dzong is a monastery and is also the main secretariat of the present government. It has a lovely rose garden in front of the building and the manicured garden surrounding the building is a treat for sore eyes.
You can then return to your hotel in the evening for dinner and night stay.
Today you will be travelling to Wangdue, the road trip is 1 hour 52 minutes (70.2 km) long, so have an early breakfast at the hotel and start with the journey.
Upon your arrival at the hotel, you can finish off the check-in formalities and then start with your sightseeing tour. The first destination on your list will be the Wangduephodrang Dzong. It was built in 1638 and was the most visible feature of the country. It provides a wonderful view of the overlooking rivers Dang Chhu and Punakha Chhu. It is now an Army Centre and the place is definitely worth a tour.
After the tour of the Dzong, you can spend some time shopping at the local market and interacting with the locals and the monks.
By the evening, head back to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
On day 5, you will travel Punakha via road, which is located 2 hours 25 minutes (84.9 km) away. So, have an early morning breakfast at the hotel and start with your journey.
The first destination in the town of Punakha will be the Samtengang Trek. The trek is a short and easy trek to Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag. The altitude that you need to cover is not more than 1900 meters. The trek is pleasant and soothing and the trail offers some of the best views of the town.
Post this tiring trek, you must get some rest at your hotel and have some delicious dinner.
After a delicious first meal of the day at the hotel, you can head out to continue exploring the city. Your first destination will be the Temple of Sha Radap. The temple is also referred to as Rada Lhakhang. It houses the image of the guardian deity of the region known as Sha Radap and locals often pay a visit to this temple to seek blessings.
Your next visit will be to the Gasleo and Nahee Village. These villages an ideal option for a nice picnic during the daytime. You can meet the locals here and see what life is like in the rural Bhutanese village.
The last destination on your list is the Phobjikha Valley, which is one of the few glacial valleys in the country. The valley is shaped like a bowl and this is because of the glacier that existed here before. The valley is a must-visit for every tourist and especially for all nature-lovers, hikers and trekkers.
You can then return to your hotel for the night stay.
Post your breakfast routine at the hotel; start with your sightseeing tour. The first destination for today is the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten. The Chorten is a beautiful monastery, which is situated at a ridge above the Punakha Valley. The place is a four storey temple and it boasts of splendid Bhutanese paintings.
Later on, you can head to the Zangdo Pelri Temple. This temple is a religious place and it represents the abode of the revered Guru Rinpochey.
Your last destination in the city is the Punakha Suspension Bridge. Amidst the natural landscaped of Punakha, lies the second longest suspension bridge of the country. It is built on the river Po Chu and it connects Punakha Dzong with Punakha City. If you are seeking a bit of thrill and adrenaline pump in your body, you must visit the bridge.
After this long day of sightseeing, head back to your hotel for the night stay.
Today you will be travelling to Paro, via road. So, have an early breakfast and commence with your road trip. Upon your arrival at the hotel, complete your check-in routine and then start with the city tour.
Your first stop for the day will be at the Chele La Pass. The pass is known to be the highest pass of the country and is the only motorable pass. From the top, the view is heavenly and it is known to overlook the great, Mt. Jomolhari which is Bhutan’s most sacred peak at 22,000 feet.
After this thrilling experience, make your way to the Paro Market and spend some time around the locals and enjoy your leisure time.
Post this fun day you can head back to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
Follow your breakfast routine at the hotel and then leave to explore the city of Paro. The first destination on your list is the Zuri Dzong. The oldest Dzong in the country, it is dated back to the 12th Century, The Dzong is said to be holy because Buddha meditated here in the 8th Century. The place is protected by double walls and a bridge and this five-storey building is also said to be an ideal place to hike.
Your next visit is to the Dzongdrakha Goemba. This is a serene site that is also known as Mini Taktsang. It has an old façade but it is still a popular spot amongst the tourists. The place has four temples and is believed to be blessed by Guru Rinpoche himself.
The last destination on your list is the Tachog Lhakhang Bridge. It is the first ever bridge to have ever been built in Bhutan and it gives a fantastic view of the surroundings. It is made up of iron and wood and one can walk to the nearby hills for a complete view of the bridge.
Later on, you must head back to your hotel to start packing for your departure the next day.
You have reached the end of your trip today and you will head to the Paro airport to catch your flight back home. We hope you had fun and you made some good memories on your vacation to Bhutan. We would love to be of service to you again, see you soon!!
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