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Classical Bhutan

Thimphu, Punakha and Paro

Classical Bhutan

$5000 per person
5 Days / 4 Nights
12+ Age

Bhutan – The Land of Thunderbolt is still one of the least heard or traveled destinations, even by the young travel enthusiasts of its neighboring country – India. But its long list of forts, monasteries, and other Buddhist relics, trekking spots, and shopping areas are surely worth a visit. Known as the Last Shangri-La, the entire country comprises of panoramic valleys, majestic Himalayas, and abundance of rare fauna and flora. The rivers, arising from the Himalayas, meander through the valleys and mesmerize with their beauty.

Hotel Phuntsho Pelri Thimphu 2 nights HB
Damchen Resort Punakha 1 night HB
Hotel Olathang Paro 1 night HB


HB:Half Board – Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

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Tour Plan

On arrival in Bhutan you will be greeted and escorted by our representative. The flight into Paro is one of the most spectacular in the world, and on arrival, you can expect 3 gifts from Bhutan: the first is cool, clean, fresh air, the second is a warm welcome and the third is a view of the enchanting Paro Valley.  After lunch, you will visit the National Museum of Bhutan where you will have time to admire the museum’s collection of rare Bhutanese artefacts and art, traditional weaving and other eclectic pieces. You will then be taken to visit the Paro Dzong, a historic fortress that today houses the government administration offices and the district Monastic Body. This evening you will be transferred to Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital. Arrive Thimpu and transfer to the Hotel. Overnight in Thimpu
Today explore Thimphu, visit Tashichho Dzong: This fortress serves as the office of the King, ministers and various government organizations. It also is the headquarters for central monastic body of Bhutan. Bhutan's spiritual leader Je-Khenpo and the monks of both Thimphu and Punakha reside here during summer. It is also the venue for Thimphu Festival in the fall season. Memorial Chorten: This white and tall landmark of Thimphu was built in 1974 in the memory of third King, Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, who is popularly regarded as Father of Modern Bhutan. It is a four-storey tall white building, containing statues and iconography of deities from complex tantric teachings and serves as an important place of worship for Thimphu residents, as well as from other parts of the country. Zilukha Nunnery: is housed in Drubthob Goemba (monastery). There are about 70 nuns who live and pray every day in the monastery. There are good views of Tashicho Dzong, Golf course and upper Thimphu. Paper Factory: Traditional papers were made from the daphne plant, using simple methods. Like rice papers, these papers are said to last longer. Optional : Sangaygang View Point (Telecom Tower): There's a wonderful view of Thimphu valley from the hillside below the telecommunications tower (elevation 2685m), high above the town at the end of a road that branches off from the approach to the youth centre. The complex also houses the broadcasting studios of Bhutan television. Don't photograph the telecommunications installation, but the valley is worth a few snaps. The area is known as Sangaygang and it becomes a lover's lane late at night. Takin Sanctuary: Takin (Budorcas taxicolor) has been chosen as the national animal of Bhutan is based both on its uniqueness and its association with country's history and mythology. It is said that Devine Madman, a popular saint is said to have created it with his magical power at a large congregation of devotees. It resembles a cow from back, a goat in from the front, and it continues to befuddle taxonomists, who cannot quite relate to other animal. Overnight in Thimpu
After breakfast, today you will be transferred to Punakha – the ancient capital of Bhutan. The drive takes you across Dochula Pass (3100 m), which is marked by a large Bhutanese style Choeten (a sacred structure), 108 small choetens and prayer flags. If the weather is clear you can enjoy spectacular views of the high peaks of the eastern Himalayas before passing down through magnificent pine and rhododendron forests and into Punakha.  On arrival, you can check into your hotel and enjoy a local lunch.  This afternoon as a special treat, we might visit a private temple built by Lama Serpo (96 years old now) and have a brief audience with this extraordinary Lama and experience a long-life blessing (depending on the schedule of the Lama). Overnight in Punakha Optional : Bhutanese Archery Demonstration : This evening you can enjoy a traditional Bhutanese Archery demonstration, Bhutan’s National Sport.
After breakfast, you can enjoy a guided hike to Khamsum Yuelay Namgyal Choeten, built in 1994 by Her Majesty Ashi Tshering Yangdon Wangchuck for the well-being of the people and the country. It is a moderate hike through rice paddies and pine forests that takes about 45 minutes one way; the view of the valley from the Choeten is magnificent. You will then visit the Punakha Dzong, one of the oldest dzongs in Bhutan, before enjoying lunch in Khuruthang town. After lunch, you will be transferred to Paro, where you can spend your evening at leisure. Overnight in Paro
After breakfast, today you will be transferred to the airport. Our local representative will help with check-in formalities and bid you farewell.

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