Bhutan is the most sustainable country in the world which is still breathing the carbon-free environment and also teaching the entire world ways to respect nature. The country has many mesmerizing landscapes, monasteries, green hiking trails, and surreal road trips that the traveler inside you would want to explore.
- Full day local sightseeing in Paro
- Dochula pass visit
- Punakha dzong visit and sightseeing
- Full day sightseeing and shopping in Thimphu
- Visit to the famous and iconic Tiger’s nest monastery
Day 1 :Arrival in Paro – Proceed towards Thimphu
Upon your arrival at Delhi Airport prior to three hours before your flight departure, you will be greeted by our tour representative who will guide you throughout your journey. Soon, you will board a flight to Paro Airport from here.
Once you touchdown Paro, the tour representative will go through some guidelines and rules that you have to strictly follow in Bhutan. Afterwards, you will leave for Thimphu. You will enjoy a beautiful road trip from Paro to Thimphu and it sure will mesmerize your soul.
On reaching Thimphu, you will follow some check-in formalities and enjoy your night stay in Thimphu.
Day 2 :Local Sightseeing tour of Thimphu
After having a nice Bhutanese breakfast meal in the morning, you will proceed with your local sightseeing tour of Thimphu. Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan and is mostly surrounded by beautiful valleys from all sides. You will first visit the Simtokha Dzong – a very prominent Dzong in Thimphu where spiritual learning sessions are also being conducted and it also gives away a beautiful panoramic view of the Thimphu. The palace overlooks a surreal landscape when the sun sets down towards the land.
Next, you will visit the famous Memorial Chorten – the tallest stupa in all of Thimphu whose beautiful wall carvings, old scriptures tell you stories about the Buddhist religious journey. People say that any soul can find peace in here.
Then, you will move forward towards the Buddha Dordenma – which is 51 meters tall gold-plated Buddha statue where people come every day to offer their prayers to the statue of Lord Buddha. At the base of the statue, you can pay a visit to their meditation hall.
Then, you will enjoy your lunch and post-lunch, you will enjoy the shopping time in the local market of Thimphu.
Later in the evening, return to your hotel room for overnight stay.
Day 3 :Journey to Punakha – Local Sightseeing Tour
After enjoying the breakfast, you will proceed towards Punakha and en-route to Punakha, you will have a stopover at Do Chula Pass where you can fall for the surreal view of the Himalayas. And after reaching Punakha, you will first check-in to your hotel room.
When you will have a quick refreshing moment to yourself then, you will head for a local sightseeing tour of Punakha. The first place you will visit is – Chimi Lhakhang, which is a beautiful Buddhist monastery known as fertility temple of Bhutan. Every thousand female come to this temple with the wishful thinking of attaining healthy blessings from the almighty and a wish to be able to bore a child.
Next, you will visit the Punakha Dzong – which majestically stands on the confluence of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, and is majorly famous for its picturesque view. One has to walk a wooden bridge to enter this beautiful monastery and pay their respect to the almighty.
In the evening, return to your hotel room and enjoy a night stay with a view.
Day 4 :Journey to Paro
Next morning, you will resume your journey and move to your final destination which is Paro. So, enjoy another mesmerizing road trip and collect as many as pictures you want to keep as a souvenir.
On reaching Paro, first check-in to your hotel room and then, do a quick freshen up. Later, proceed towards a local sightseeing tour of Paro.
The places you will visit in Paro are National Museum of Bhutan – where many old relics and artefacts of Bhutanese culture exhibited for the interest of its visitor, you will enjoy a more insightful walk of Bhutan through this museum and Taktsang Monastery – which is precariously perched atop a mountain hill and it is believed that Saint Rinpoche meditated at this place for a very long time. The monastery is popularly called as a Tiger’s nest in Bhutan.
Afterward, you will head back to your hotel room and enjoy a quiet night stay.
Day 5 :Sightseeing Tour of Paro
Next morning, first savor the taste of Bhutanese breakfast snacks then, get ready for a local sightseeing tour of other famous places of Paro.
You will hike up to the very famous Taktsang Monastery (tiger’s nest) and enjoy walking along the green mountains of Bhutan. Once you are up there, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Paro and can also spiritualize your soul.
In the evening, you will come down to your hotel room.
Day 6 :Departure for Delhi
You will do an early morning check-out from your hotel and will be transferred to Paro Airport from where you will board a flight back to Delhi. And with this, your tour will end on a good spiritual note.
- A return ticket from Delhi to Paro Airport.
- 3 Night accommodation in Paro, 1 Night in Thimphu, and 1 Night in Punakha
- Private transfer from one place to another.
- All the meals mentioned in the itinerary.
- Travel insurance and all the permit to travel Bhutan.
- Lunch will be excluded during this trip
- Room service is chargeable and any kind of personal expense.
- Shopping, laundry, tipping, portage
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges
- Anything not in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.Which are the best places to visit in Paro?
A. Top paro attractions in Paro include: Paro Taktsang, chele la pass, rinpung dzong, paro river, national museum, Tachogang Lhakhang etc.
Q.How to commute within Paro?
A. You can get a taxi service or a car hire service easily in Paro.
Q.Which religion is followed in Bhutan?
A. Buddhism is practised majorly in Bhutan.
Q.What is the currency of bhutan?
A. Bhutanese ngultrum is the currency of Bhutan.
Q.What to buy in Bhutan on vacation?
A. Things to buy in Bhutan are: cane and bamboo handicrafts items, Dzi beads, gold and silver jewellery, dappa, bhutanese handmade paper ect.