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Bhutan

Paro Thimphu Punakha Wangdiphodrang Trongsa Bumthang

Day 01:

Enter Bhutan experiencing breath taking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan peaks during the flight. On arrival at Paro Airport, you will be received by our representative . Lunch at the hotel. In the afternoon, drive up to Drugyal Dzong which is about 15 Kms from town.This ruined fortress of great historical importance. It was built to mark the Bhutanese victory over the hordes of invading Tibetans and Mongol army . Enroute to Drugyel Dzong, view the Taktsang Monastry from the road head. The name Taktsang means “Tiger’s Nest.” The monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m. and overlooks the Paro valley and the river. Legend says that in the second half of the 8th century, Guru Padma Sambhava known as the second Buddha in Bhutan, meditated at the spot where the monastery is situated having alighted there on the back of a flying tigress. Return to hotel. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 02:

After breakfast, take a short drive to Chelela. One can get an excellent view of Haa valley and Mt. Jhomolhari from here. Lunch .Afternoon : Visit the Ta-Dzong , a watchtower in the olden times, now converted to a museum. It is located on the top of a hill above the Paro Dzong overlooking Paro valley and the river. The museum has a fine collection of ancient Thankas (paintings on fabric), rare artefacts, pottery, weapons and objects of daily use. Then visit Rinchen Pong Dzong. Today, the Dzong is the administrative seat of the district of Paro and the residence of state monks. The central tower (“Utse”) of the Dzong is one of the most beautiful in Bhutan with its superb woodwork. The Dzong was built in 1645 A.D. Complete the downhill walk with a crossing of the traditional cantilever bridge spanning across the Paro Chhu ( meaning river in Dzongkha ). Your pick up vehicle will be awaiting for you at this spot. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 03 :

After breakfast, drive to Thimphu . The drive to Thimphu is through farm houses, paddy fields and apple orchards. The winding road follows the Paro Chhu till Chhuzomsa ( meaning confluence in Dzongkha ) and for the rest of the journey is along Thinmphu river. It takes about 2 hours to cover the distance of 65 Kms.. En-route view the Simtokha Dzong. This is one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan located about 6 Kms. from Thimphu Check in at the hotel. After lunch, visit the Memorial Chorten ( a huge Stupa ) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Visit the National Library where a vast collection of ancient manuscripts are preserved. Visit Tashichho Dzong the main secretariat building. This massive structure houses part of the Government Ministries, the office of the King and the Throne Room and the office and the living quarters of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. Evening, leisure in town. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 04 :

After an early breakfast, drive to Punakha and Wangdiphodrang. On the way, halt at Dochula Pass (26kms) .Dochula is marked by the Druk Wangyal Khangzang Chhortens a unique cluster of 108 chortens and prayer flags. This spot offers a magnificent view of the endless ridges that roll into the distance towards the majestic snow-capped peaks of Gangker-phuentsum mountain ranges. It has become a favorite spot for picnics. At Lobyesa, Visit the Chhimi Lhakhang.This temple is dedicated to the divine madman, Lam Drukpa Kinley who is believed to bless barren women with children. Drive to Wangduephodrang. The Wangdiphodrang Dzong and its small town is perched on a hill between two rivers. This Dzong also houses the District Administration office of the Wangdi district and the office and the living quarters of the district monk body. The Dzong was built in 1638 A.D. Proceed to Punakha. Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan. The Punakha Dzong lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu which means ” Male river and Female river “. It is one of the most important Dzongs in Bhutan and now houses the district administration office of the Punakha district and the winter residence of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. It was built in 1637 A.D. Overnight halt in hotel.

Day 05 :

After an early breakfast, drive to Bumthang via Trongsa . The journey takes about 8 hours . The lateral highway goes through misty regions near Pelela pass where trees covered with Spanish moss, orchids, lichens and rhododendron are found. People are very likely to see Yaks along the lateral highway. On the way, stop at the beautiful Chendebji Chorten, whose style represents Nepalese style of Chorten. Lunch . Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 06 :

After breakfast Visit the historical Jakar Dzong built by Minjur Tenpa, the third Druk Desi (Temporal ruler) in 1646 A.D. Visit several ancient and important monasteries such as, Jambay Lhakhang, Kurjey Lhakhang, Also visit the Member Tso ” The flaming Lake ” which is considered one of the most important pilgrimage spots. Actually a wide pool in the Tang Chhu ( Tang river ) is called the Mebartshho. Pema Lingpa, a person of great virtue found spiritual treasures ( Terma ) found one from this very spot when he jumped in the pool with a burning torch which still remained burning when he emerged out of the water holding a treasure. Hence the name. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 07 :

After breakfast drive back to Wangdue .

Day 08 :

Breakfast. Drive back to Paro . En-route, stop for lunch at Thimphu. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 09 :

Airport transfer and departure assistance by our representative.

Thimphu Dochula Pass Punakha Wangdiphodrang Paro

Day 01:

Enter Bhutan experiencing breath taking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan peaks during the flight. On arrival at Paro Airport, drive to Thimphu . The drive to Thimphu is through farm houses, paddy fields and apple orchards. The winding road follows the Paro Chhu till Chhuzomsa ( meaning confluence in Dzongkha ) and for the rest of the journey is along Thinmphu river. It takes about 2 hours to cover the distance of 65 Kms. En-route view the Simtokha Dzong. This is one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan located about 6 Kms. from Thimphu Check in at the hotel. After lunch, visit the Memorial Chorten ( a huge Stupa ) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Visit the National Library where a vast collection of ancient manuscripts are preserved. Visit Tashichho Dzong the main secretariat building. This massive structure houses part of the Government Ministries, the office of the King and the Throne Room and the office and the living quarters of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. Evening, leisure in town. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 02:

After an early breakfast, drive to Punakha or Wangdiphodrang. On the way, halt at Dochula Pass (26kms) .Dochula is marked by the Druk Wangyal Khangzang Chhortens a unique cluster of 108 chortens and prayer flags. This spot offers a magnificent view of the endless ridges that roll into the distance towards the majestic snow-capped peaks of Gangker-phuentsum mountain ranges. It has become a favorite spot for picnics. At Lobyesa, Visit the Chhimi Lhakhang.This temple is dedicated to the divine madman, Lam Drukpa Kinley who is believed to bless barren women with children. Drive to Wangduephodrang. The Wangdiphodrang Dzong and its small town is perched on a hill between two rivers. This Dzong also houses the District Administration office of the Wangdi district and the office and the living quarters of the district monk body. The Dzong was built in 1638 A.D. Proceed to Punakha. Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan. The Punakha Dzong lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu which means ” Male river and Female river “. It is one of the most important Dzongs in Bhutan and now houses the district administration office of the Punakha district and the winter residence of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. It was built in 1637 A.D. Overnight halt in hotel.

Day 03 :

After breakfast, return to Thimphu. Visit Zorig Chusum, the arts and crafts school, where traditional Bhutanese painting, wood-work, statue making skills are taught. Also visit the folk heritage museum, where life style and articles of daily use of the Bhutanese people in the olden days are showcased. If time permits, take a short drive to Sangaygang, known as BBS tower. The place offers a birds’ eye view of Thimphu Valley.

Day 04 :

After breakfast,Drive back to Paro. hotel. Lunch at the hotel. In the afternoon, drive up to Drugyal Dzong which is about 15 Kms from town.This ruined fortress of great historical importance. It was built to mark the Bhutanese victory over the hordes of invading Tibetans and Mongol army . Enroute to Drugyel Dzong, view the Taktsang Monastry from the road head. The name Taktsang means “Tiger’s Nest.” The monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m. and overlooks the Paro valley and the river. Legend says that in the second half of the 8th century, Guru Padma Sambhava known as the second Buddha in Bhutan, meditated at the spot where the monastery is situated having alighted there on the back of a flying tigress. Return to hotel. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 05 :

After breakfast, take a short drive to Chelela. One can get an excellent view of Haa valley and Mt. Jhomolhari from here. Lunch .Afternoon : Visit the Ta-Dzong , a watchtower in the olden times, now converted to a museum. It is located on the top of a hill above the Paro Dzong overlooking Paro valley and the river. The museum has a fine collection of ancient Thankas (paintings on fabric), rare artefacts, pottery, weapons and objects of daily use. Then visit Rinchen Pong Dzong. Today, the Dzong is the administrative seat of the district of Paro and the residence of state monks. The central tower (“Utse”) of the Dzong is one of the most beautiful in Bhutan with its superb woodwork. The Dzong was built in 1645 A.D. Complete the downhill walk with a crossing of the traditional cantilever bridge spanning across the Paro Chhu ( meaning river in Dzongkha ). Your pick up vehicle will be awaiting for you at this spot. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 06 :

Airport transfer and departure assistance by our representative.

Phuentshoeling Thimpu Paro Wangdi Punakha

Day 01:

Arrival at Phuentshoeling. On arrival you will be received by our representatives. After lunch visit King Palace, Monastery & Crocodile Project. Night stay over at Hotel at Phuentshoeling.

Day 02:

After Breakfast proceed to Thimpu (185 Km. approx 7 hours journey via Sarchu, Chukha & Chujung). Enter Bhutan experiencing breath-taking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan peaks during the journey. After breakfast, drive to Thimphu. The drive to Thimphu is through farm houses, paddy fields and apple orchards. Lunch enroute. Transfer to Hotel. Night stay at Thimpu.

Day 03 :

Full day Thimpu Sightseeing. Visit the Simtokha Dzong. This is one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan located about 6 Kms. from Thimphu. Check in at the hotel. After lunch, visit the Memorial Chorten (a huge Stupa) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Visit the National Library where a vast collection of ancient manuscripts are preserved. Visit the Painting and woodcraft school where children are taught the traditional art of woodcraft and painting. Visit Tashichho Dzong the main secretariat building. This massive structure houses part of the Government Ministries, the office of the King and the Throne Room and the office and the living quarters of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. Night stay over at Thimpu.

Day 04 :

After an early breakfast, drive to Punakha and Wangdiphodrang. On the way, halt at Dochula Pass (26kms). Dochula is marked by the Druk Wangyal Khangzang Chortens a unique cluster of 108 chortens and prayer flags. This spot offers a magnificent view of the endless ridges that roll into the distance towards the majestic snow-capped peaks of Gangker-phuentsum mountain ranges. It has become a favourite spot for picnics. Proceed to Punakha. Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan. The Punakha Dzong lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu, which means “Male River and Female River “. It is one of the most important Dzongs in Bhutan and now houses the district administration office of the Punakha district and the winter residence of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. It was built in 1637 A.D. Return to Lobyesa. Visit the Chhimi Lhakhang.This temple is dedicated to the divine madman, Lam Drukpa Kinley who is believed to bless barren women with children. Drive to Wangduephodrang. Wandiphodrang lies 13kms south of Punakha. The Wangdiphodrang Dzong and its small town is perched on a hill between two rivers. This Dzong also houses the District Administration office of the Wangdi district and the office and the living quarters of the district monk body. The Dzong was built in 1638 A.D. Dinner and overnight in hotel at Thimpu.

Day 05 :

After B/F start for Paro. The winding road follows the Thimpu River till Chhuzomsa (meaning confluence in Dzongkha) and for the rest of the journey is along ParoChu. It takes about 2 hours to cover the distance of 65 Kms. Dinner and overnight in hotel at Paro.

Day 06 :

After B/F drive up to Drugyal Dzong, which is about 15 Kms from town. This ruined fortress is of great historical importance. It was built to mark the Bhutanese victory over the hordes of invading Tibetans and Mongol army. Enroute to Drugyel Dzong, view the Taktsang Monastry from the road head. The name Taktsang means “Tiger’s Nest.” The monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m. And overlooks the Paro valley and the river. Legend says that in the second half of the 8th century, Guru Padma Sambhava known as the second Buddha in Bhutan, meditated at the spot where the monastery is situated having alighted there on the back of a flying tigress. Return to hotel. N/S at Paro.

Day 07 :

After B/F start for Phuentshoeling (171 Km. approx. 6 hours drive) Night stay at Phuentshoeling.

Phuentshoeling Thimpu Wangdiphodrang Bumthang Punakha Paro

Day 01:

Arrival at Bagdogra & proceed for Phuentshoeling. Night stay over at Phuentshoeling.

Day 02:

After Breakfast proceed to Thimpu (approx 6 hours journey via Chujung). The winding road follows Thimpu River from Chhuzomsa (meaning confluence in Dzongkha). The drive to Thimphu is through farmhouses, paddy fields and apple orchards. Lunch enroute. Transfer to Hotel. Evening free. Night stay at Thimpu.

Day 03:

Full day Thimpu Sightseeing. Visit the Simtokha Dzong. This is one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan located about 6 Kms. from Thimphu. Check in at the hotel. After lunch, visit the Memorial Chorten (a huge Stupa) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Visit the National Library where a vast collection of ancient manuscripts are preserved. Visit the Painting and woodcraft school where children are taught the traditional art of woodcraft and painting. Visit Tashichho Dzong the main secretariat building. This massive structure houses part of the Government Ministries, the office of the King and the Throne Room and the office and the living quarters of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. Night stay over at Thimpu.

Day 04 :

After early breakfast, drive to Wangdiphodrang. On the way, halt at Dochula Pass (26kms). Dochula is marked by the Druk Wangyal Khangzang Chorten a unique cluster of 108 chortens and prayer flags. This spot offers a magnificent view of the endless ridges that roll into the distance towards the majestic snow-capped peaks of Gangker-phuentsum mountain ranges. It has become a favorite spot for picnics. The Wangdiphodrang Dzong and its small town is perched on a hill between two rivers. This Dzong also houses the District Administration office of the Wangdi district and the office and the living quarters of the district monk body. The Dzong was built in 1638 A.D. Dinner and overnight in hotel at Wangdi.

Day 05 :

After Breakfast proceed for Bumthang via Trongsa. Often referred as the Switzerland of the east, four valleys, Choskor, Chhume, Tang & Ura make up Bumthang . This is a region full of natural beauty, important temples and other religious sites. Over night stay at Bumthang.

Day 06 :

After breakfast Visit the historical Jakar Dzong built by Minjur Tenpa, the third Druk Desi (Temporal ruler) in 1646 A.D. Visit several ancient and important monasteries such as, Jambay Lhakhang, Kurjey Lhakhang, Also visit the Member Tso ” The flaming Lake ” which is considered one of the most important pilgrimage spots. Actually a wide pool in the Tang Chhu ( Tang river ) is called the Mebartshho. Pema Lingpa, a person of great virtue found spiritual treasures ( Terma ) found one from this very spot when he jumped in the pool with a burning torch which still remained burning when he emerged out of the water holding a treasure. Hence the name. Dinner and overnight in hotel.

Day 07 :

After Breakfast drive back to Wangdi. Overnight stay at Wangdi.

Day 08 :

After Breakfast visit Punakha Dzong. The Punakha Dzong lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu, which means ” Male River and Female River “. It is one of the most important Dzongs in Bhutan and now houses the district administration office of the Punakha district and the winter residence of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. It was built in 1637 A.D. Return to Lobessa. Visit the Chhimi Lhakhang.This temple is dedicated to the divine madman, Lam Drukpa Kinley who is believed to bless barren women with children. Proceed for Paro. Enter Paro experiencing breath-taking views of Mountain ranges during the journey. The drive to Paro along with Paro Chu (river) will be a great experience. Lunch enroute. Transfer to Hotel. Evening free. Night stay at Paro.

Day 09:

After Breakfast drive up to Drugyal Dzong, which is about 15 Kms from town. This ruined fortress is of great historical importance. It was built to mark the Bhutanese victory over the hordes of invading Tibetans and Mongol army. Enroute to Drugyel Dzong, view the Taktsang Monastry from the road head. The name Taktsang means “Tiger’s Nest.” The monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m. and overlooks the Paro valley and the river. Legend says that in the second half of the 8th century, Guru Padma Sambhava known as the second Buddha in Bhutan, meditated at the spot where the monastery is situated having alighted there on the back of a flying tigress. Return to hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel at Paro.

Day 10 :

Transfer to Paro Air port.

Phuentshoeling Paro Chelela Thimpu Punakha

Day 01:

Arrival at Phuentshoeling. After lunch visit King Palace, Monastery & Crocodile Project. Night stay over at Hotel at Phuentshoeling.

Day 02:

After Breakfast proceed to Paro (171 Km. approx 6 hours journey via Sarchu, Chukha & Chujung). Enter Bhutan experiencing breath-taking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan peaks during the journey. Night stay at Paro.

Day 03:

After breakfast, take a short drive to Chelela. One can get an excellent view of Haa valley and Mt. Jhomolhari. After lunch visit Ta-Dzong, a watchtower in the olden times, now converted to a museum. It is located on the top of a hill above the Paro Dzong overlooking Paro valley and the river. The museum has a fine collection of ancient Thankas (religious paintings on fabric), rare artifacts, pottery, weapons and objects of daily use. Visit Rinchen Pong Dzong. Today, the Dzong is the administrative seat of the district of Paro and the residence of state monks. The central tower (“Utse”) of the Dzong is one of the most beautiful in Bhutan with its superb woodwork. The Dzong was built in 1645 A.D. Complete the downhill walk with a crossing of the traditional cantilever bridge spanning across the Paro Chhu. Back for Thimpu. The winding road follows the Paro River and from Chhuzomsa (meaning confluence in Dzongkha) the rest of the journey is along Thimpu Chu. It takes about 2 hours to cover the distance of 65 Kms. The drive to Thimphu is through farm houses, paddy fields and apple orchards. Stay overnight at Thimpu.

Day 04 :

Full day Thimpu Sightseeing. Visit the Simtokha Dzong. This is one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan located about 6 Kms. from Thimphu. After lunch, visit the Memorial Chorten (a huge Stupa) built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned the Kingdom from 1952-1972. Visit the National Library where a vast collection of ancient manuscripts are preserved. Visit the Painting and woodcraft school where children are taught the traditional art of woodcraft and painting. Visit Tashichho Dzong the main secretariat building. This massive structure houses part of the Government Ministries, the office of the King and the Throne Room and the office and the living quarters of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. Night stay over at Thimpu.

Day 05 :

After an early breakfast, drive to Punakha and Wangdiphodrang. On the way, halt at Dochula Pass (26kms). Dochula is marked by the Druk Wangyal Khangzang Chortens a unique cluster of 108 chortens and prayer flags. This spot offers a magnificent view of the endless ridges that roll into the distance towards the majestic snow-capped peaks of Gangker-phuentsum mountain ranges. Proceed to Punakha. Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan. The Punakha Dzong lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu, which means ” Male River and Female River “. It is one of the most important Dzongs in Bhutan and now houses the district administration office of the Punakha district and the winter residence of the Monk Body and its Chief Abbot. It was built in 1637 A.D. Return to Lobyesa. Visit the Chhimi Lhakhang. This temple is dedicated to the divine madman, Lam Drukpa Kinley who is believed to bless barren women with children. Drive to Wangduephodrang. Wandiphodrang lies 13kms south of Punakha. The Wangdiphodrang Dzong and its small town is perched on a hill between two rivers. This Dzong also houses the District Administration office of the Wangdi district and the office and the living quarters of the district monk body. The Dzong was built in 1638 A.D. Stay overnight in hotel at Thimpu.

Day 06 :

After breakfast start for Phuentshoeling (185 Km. approx. 7 hours drive).