Bhutan is not for tourists.
It’s for the discerning traveller.
Which is why we love this place which lacks malls, raucous shopping centers and pesky hawkers.
There is a certain peace that descends on you as soon as you land.
Take a cycle and explore the small towns, stay with locals, witness their colourful festivals…
If that’s not tempting enough, Indians don’t need a visa for Bhutan.
Take a look at some of the packages we already have.
We offer some of Bhutan’s best cultural tours.
If that doesn’t catch your fancy, we can customize trips wherever possible to accommodate your interests.
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Depending on arrival time, we can proceed for city sightseeing or relax in the hotel.
Visit interesting weekend market (Thu-Sun).
Vegetable vendors from different pockets of the country come to sell their products.
In the evening we will explore the city by walk or visit Tashichho Dzong, which houses throne room of His Majesty the King.
Overnight in Thimphu, altitude: 2300m
We will also visit nearby folk heritage museum and national library before lunch.
After lunch, drive pass by memorial Chorten built in memory of the 3rd King.
Visit Buddha viewpoint, Changangkha Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the valley, Enclosure where national animal, Takin are kept and Zilukha Nunnery. Overnight in Thimphu
108 Druk Wangyel Chortens built over the pass by queen mother in 2003 marks the pass more important than another passes.
When the weather permits one can enjoy a spectacular view of the highest mountains of Bhutan at a sight that stretches almost 180 degrees.
After a photo break, we will continue our drive to warm valley of Punakha.
On arrival, check into the hotel. Afternoon, we will visit the most beautiful Punakha Dzong, which houses the most elaborated temple in the country.
The Dzong, showcase the finest example of the arts and crafts of Bhutan. Overnight in Punakha, altitude 1350m
En route visit Wangdi ruin Dzong and continue to Phobjikha over the pass at 3140m.
Visit Gangtey Gompa, the largest and the only monastery of the Nyingmapa sect in western Bhutan.
Evening relax in your hotel or take a stroll. Overnight in Phobjikha, altitude 2900m
Afternoon we will visit National Museum, the first of its kind which has a collection from natural history to religious paintings. Visit 17 century Paro Dzong (Fortress) on foot and continue walking through the oldest wooden bridge still in use.
Visit Kichu Lhakhang, one from the two oldest temples built in 7th century.
Evening stroll old Paro town and peep into some local handicrafts stores.
Overnight in Paro, altitude 2200m
The temple is associated with Guru Rimpoche who visited in 8th century and believed to have meditated three months in this cave and converted entire valley into Buddhism.
It is 2 hours walk up hill for an average hiker, however it can take our almost entire day too.
Evening back to the hotel and relax. Overnight in Paro
Accommodation on twin sharing basis in the following hotels, based on availability.
The hotels are very clean, with proper room heater, hot water, TV, attached bath room.
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