Bhutan Highlights Tour

Bhutan Highlights Tour
At a Glance
  • Duration6 Days
  • Difficulty Level Easy
  • Group Size Up to 10 Pax
  • Starts Paro Airport Bhutan
  • Ends Paro Airport Bhutan

Get enthralled by the picturesque beauty of Bhutan, the truly fantastic hamlet with splendid mountain vistas and radical culture. Bhutan called itself the land of the thunder dragon, the most mysterious and diverse of all Himalayan kingdoms since the centuries a traditional Buddhist culture has thrived and isolated from the rest of the earth. Don't miss this stunning opportunity that Bhutan Highlights Tours has to offer such amazing places where green forests, valleys, exhilarated monasteries, arts and architecture, and holy mountains unique in the nation can be captured from Paro, Thimphu and Punakha in western Bhutan to Phobjikha in central Bhutan.

Discover the magic and mystery of Bhutan on this shortest Bhutan Highlights Tour of only 6 days. It will be the moment to be remembered for a lifetime surely. Spectator the local culture and tradition while visiting age-old monasteries and temples that dates back to as early as the 10th century. Fly over the tallest mountains of the world onboard flight to the green valley of Paro. Traverse around Thimphu, the tiny capital of Bhutan and the city renowned in the world as a city with no traffic lights. Visit the old capital- Punakha, the city of monastic bodies and for Buddhism enthusiasts, the place to inquire about ancient Buddhist sacred relics. Another interesting feature of the tour is a visit to the Taktsang Monastery popularly known as ‘Tiger’s Nest’, which is flumped on a vertical cliff. The tour covers visits to Ta-Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Chime Lhakhang, Kyichu Lhakang, Punakha Dzong, Wangdue Phodrang Dzong and many other historical and religious sites. Bhutan Highlights Tour is designed in such a way to cover the important aspects of Bhutan and to untether the timeless wonder of the Dragon Kingdom.

With unblemished natural beauty, ancient social structures and cultural identity, the Asian country gets the name of the Last Shangri-La and becomes a solenoid for travelers. If you are looking for a short trip with a superlative blend of nature, culture, arts, and greenery then, Bhutan Highlights Tour is one of the best tour packages. Come and join us for amazing experiences!!!


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    Arrive in Paro by Bhutan’s national carrier, and it’s a scenic flight as the plane touches down the lush green Paro Valley flying past the world’s highest mountains. Steeping down from the plane, cool, clean and fresh air welcomes you, the first highlights of Bhutan. After clearing the customs and visa formalities met by the representatives and transfer to Paro for lunch. Afterward, you will be visiting Paro Rinpung Dzong built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the first spiritual and temporal ruler of Bhutan; the Dzong continues its age-old function as the seat of the district administration, district court and the monastic body. The southern approach to the Dzong has a traditional roofed cantilever bridge called Nemi Zam. Afterwards, drive to Thimphu which is an hour's drive. Overnight at Hotel.

      Get up and be ready to have breakfast then after, your tour begins with a visit to National Memorial Chorten, the golden spines shining in the sun. See the chiming bells built in honor of the third king of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Explore the folk heritage museum, the Bhutanese rural past with its exhibition of items and artifacts used for rural households, textile museum. Get a complete glimpse into Bhutan’s rural modus vivendi of Bhutanese villages and rural households by organizing demonstrations of rural traditions, skills, habits and customs, instructional programs, analysis and documentation. Then attend visit Traditional Painting faculty, a college wherever students are tutored to create Bhutan’s thirteen ancient arts and crafts, like painting, carving, embroidery, statue-making so on. Lastly visit will be to the national animal – goat antelope in Motithang Takin Preserve, a singular trying animal with the top of sheep and bodies of cows. After exploration, you will be heading for Punakha through a forest of pine and hemlock, up to cross over the Dochu La Pass (Alt: 10142ft/ three,050 m). From the place, you’ll get pleasure from the astonishing views of the majestic range. Enjoy driving on the winding road to the fertile vale of Punakha. Overnight at Hotel.

        Proceed for a full-day tour to Punakha (Approx 85km/ 3 Hours From Thimphu). Today, you will make your way to Punakha Dzong, sitting in an exceedingly sultry, fertile and exquisite natural depression between Pho Chhu ( Male River) and Mo Chhu (female river). With white-brilliant walls, red roofs and therefore the close charming nature, Punakha Dzong is praised because of the most stunning one in Bhutan’s twenty-one Dzong. once spring comes, the encircling lilac rosewood tree trees in blossom build Punakha Dzong additional beautiful. Punakha is the capital of the Punakha Dzongkhag district of Bhutan. Punakha was the capital of Bhutan till 1955. Wangdue Phodrang is a town and capital (dzongkhag thromde) of Wangdue Phodrang District in central Bhutan. En route Dochu la Pass. The pass is popular among tourists because of its 360-degree panoramic view of the Himalayan range. The place is worth going to on clear winter days with a magnificent view of snow-capped mountains and mountain passes.

        Later on, heading towards Phobjikha with a scenic drive on reaching you'll get a chance to observe lush forest, stunning meadows and crystalline streams and encounter some peaceful native villages and farms, which could be a nice chance to induce get ready for Mother Nature and perceive ancient livelihood of the folks living there. Overnight at Hotel.

          The journey again takes place back to Paro after breakfast with a striking drive. Upon reaching, you will have to visit two popular sites Rinpung Dzong and Bhutan National Museum. Rinpung Dzong is known as Paro Dzong because of the finest example of Bhutanese dzong. Perching on the aspect of the Paro Depression Wall, Explore a vital bastion for the dominion of Bhutan nation against invasion from the north. At present, it homes to the Monastic Body and government offices and is the spiritual, military, body, and social centers of their district. Bhutan National Museum is housed in Rinpung Dzong’s tower, keeping the made culture and history of Bhutan nation. Witness the splendid collections displayed in its 5 galleries, together with ancient thangkas, pageant masks, spiritual statues, fascinating carvings, etc. The day will surely be amazing by the fascinating architecture, arts, cultures, and monasteries. Overnight at Hotel.

            Have your breakfast, then the short and sweet adventure begins about 2 -3 hours to Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, Bhutan’s most famous monastery situated at 3,180 meters. Guru Rinpoche (spiritual master) is said to have flown on the back of a tigress to meditate in a cave where Taktsang Monastery now stands. Allying blue pines and blue air, the religious residence perches miraculously on a drop-off nearly a pair of,700 feet higher than Paro’s depression floor. Take some breaks for tea and snacks in a tiny tea house, and therefore the read of each Taktsang religious residence and Paro depression is monumental. After having explored the monastery,  hike down to the valley floor and return to Paro. Overnight at Hotel.

              After breakfast, transfer to the airport to catch the onward flight. Bid farewell to the remote and legendary Dragon Kingdom disappearing again behind its guardian mountains.

              Cost Details

              Cost Includes
              • All ground transportation by private vehicle including airport transfers
              • Assistance in acquiring a Bhutan visa and visa fee
              • Accommodation at a 3-star category hotel approved by the Bhutanese Government
              • Single room surcharge when traveling with 1-2 people in a group
              • Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the tour
              • Mineral water will be supplied during the tour
              • Highly experienced local tour guide and all entry/permit fees during the tour
              • All applicable government taxes and tourist service charges
              • Our office expenses and service charge
              Cost Excludes
              • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the itinerary”
              • International flights to/from Bhutan
              • Nepal entry and re-entry visa fee
              • Personal shopping, internet/Phone bill, and laundry
              • Pony service and porter for Hike to Tiger Nest Monastery
              • Tips for tour guide and driver
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