Trip Duration:

5 Days

Country:

Bhutan

Group Size:

1 To 15 Pax.

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Arrival On

Paro

Departure From:

Paro

Best Season

March-April and Oct-Nov

Max Altitude

3120m

Trip Overview

Want to immerse in the historical and natural enticement of the mountainous country, Bhutan? If yes, then without giving much stress to your mind book this Bhutan Tour 4 Nights 5 Days package.

Opened for tourism merely in the mid-1970s, Bhutan is a country full of secrets and wonders. To reveal the secrets out of this country what can be more interesting than the trip to Bhutan itself.

On top of its economics and globalization, the country gives its prime focus on the preservation of the environment and culture. Thus for your exploration, there are several ancient fortress and monasteries located in different places of this country. Further, traversing along with the mountain passes, valleys, rivers, and dramatic landscape of this country, you will feel like being in paradise.

Besides the environmental and religious astonishments, friendly nature and the overwhelming hospitality of the Bhutanese people is something that will make you reminisce about your tour in Bhutan again and again. Well known as the Land of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan is inhabited mostly by Buddhist people. Strolling around each of the cities and villages, you can see the monks in their traditional attire. Interacting with these monks or any other locals, you will find them more interesting.

With the landing of flight from Kathmandu to Paro, our journey of the Bhutan Tour 5 Days begins. Paro, the city with only an International airport in the country, is one of the fascinating places that we will be exploring on the first day of this Bhutan tour package. There are a plethora of historical and religious allures present at Paro. Among many, some of the popular Monasteries and dzongs that we will be visiting during this travel journey are Taktsang Monastery(Tiger's Nest), Ta-Dzong, and Ringpung Dozang.

Apart from Paro, some other fascinations of our 4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour are Thimphu and Punakha. Known as the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu, is appealing enough in various aspects. Being the capital city you can see vast modernization at Thimphu. But, a visit to this place forces you to think about how the city has succeeded to retain its intact natural and cultural beauty. Some of the prime attractions of Thimphu are the weekend Farmer's market, the Tashichho Dzong, the tallest Buddha Dordenma statue, the National Library, the Institute of Traditional Medicine Science and Traditional Art Library, and so on.

Located few kilometres far from Thimphu, a trip to Punakha fill up your journey with full exhilaration and excitement. To fill up your satisfaction level, the Dochula Pass en route to Punakha from Thimphu has its own contribution.

Itinerary

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Day 01:

Fly to Paro, Enjoy sightseeing fortress and drive to Thimphu

Appreciating the wonderful aerial views of the Himalayas and beautiful landscape you will make your landing in the mountainous country of Bhutan. With the full excitement of being in the land of Bhutanese territory, you will start your Bhutan tour after the delightful lunch. Thereafter head to the Ta Dzong for the exploration of the National Museum of Bhutan. Full of ancient Buddhist paintings, religious relics, metal statues, and many other imposing asserts of ancient Bhutan, just a visit to the Museum will let you know many secrets of this beautiful country.
Another site that you will visit in Paro after Ta Dzong is Paro Dzong. Renowned as Rinpung Dzong, Paro Dzong, is an impressive landmark in Bhutan. Built, in the year 1644, the literal meaning of Rinpung Dzong is "fortress of the heap of jewels."

As your today's stopping destination is Thimphu, without spending much time after this short sightseeing tour you will take a drive to Thimphu. On the way, you will be visiting the Tachong Lakhang. Upon reaching Thimphu, if the time permits, you can visit the Weekend Farmer's market. From fresh vegetables and traditional Bhutanese dishes to antique brass and handicraft products, you will find everything else in this lively market.

Sited on the western bank of Wang Chu River, the market somehow gives you insight into the day-to-day lifestyle of the people living in Thimphu. Stay overnight in Thimphu.

Day 02:

Exploration day at Thimphu and drive to Punakha

After taking the luscious breakfast, you will be heading for the sightseeing tour in Thimphu. On this day you will get to visit, National Memorial Chorten first. The Chorten was built in memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.

Grabbing some wonderful memories from chorten, you will next take a drive to the Kuenselphodrang Nature Park of Thimphu. Frequented by a huge traveller group the park houses an eye-pleasing statue of Buddha Dordenma. Admiring the 169foot bronze statue of Buddha Dordenma, you will leave the parking area for the visit to Tashichho Dzong. Located on the Wang Chu Riverbank, Tashichho Dzong is a fascinating Buddhist monastery and fortress which was built a century ago. However, visiting this place you will notice that the site is still in use for various religious and political purposes.

Afterwards, you will take a drive to your next destination Punakha. En route to Punakha at Dochula La Pass, you will get to admire the views of stunning mountains. Further, the presence of the 108chortens and the nearby Druk Wannyal Lhakhang temple adds some kind of astonishment to your travel journey.

Overnight at Punakha.

Day 03:

Sightseeing at Punakha and return to Paro

It is the third day of your Bhutan Tour. Similar to the other days, this day also starts with a refreshing morning breakfast. After breakfast, be ready for the sightseeing tour at Punakha.
Located at the junction of Mo Chhu and Pho Chhu river, Punakha Dzong will be your first exploration destination at Punakha.

The historical artifacts and religious relics present here, lure you with all of their wonders and charm. With its traditional Bhutanese architecture, the Dzong is attracting lots of travelers from around the globe. After spending some great time at Punakha Dzong, you will traverse a way through the paddy field to reach Chimmi Lhakhang. Known as the fertility shrine, most people visit this holy destination to get the fertility blessing.

For the overnight stay, you will be taking a drive back to the Paro.

Day 04:

Paro Sightseeing and Excursion to Taktsang Monastery.

It is your excursion day at Paro. The day lets you soak in the beauty of Taktsang Monastery. Renowned as Tiger's Nest, the location of Taktsang Monastery is fascinating in itself. To relish the mind-boggling view of this monastery, make a visit to the nearby cafeteria.

To reach the monastery location you have to first take a drive from your hotel to the foot of the Tiger's nest. From there you just enjoy the hike up to the monastery location. Embracing the enchanting beauty of the monastery and its location, make your return from there and head to Kyichu Lakhang. Eminent as one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in Bhutan, Khichu Lakhnag holds back the history from the 17th century.

Day 05:

Depart from Paro

Completing all the document formalities, today you will transfer to Kathmandu from Paro.

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