Bhutan tour package is designed to showcase almost all the significant touristic destination of Bhutan. Nepal Hiking Trek takes the great pleasure to ensure the grandeur of the package as the tourists will be travelling to Thimpu, Paro, Punakha, Phobjikha and Haa Valley of the magnificent dragon kingdom of Bhutan.
The journey starts with the flight to the Paro and ultimately to Thimpu on a bus to start the tour. If the weather permits the clear view of the Mt. Everest and Mt. Kanchenjunga along with the tallest mountain of Bhutan Jumolhari appears from the plane window. The places like Dzong and the ancient royal family palaces will be visited along with the national library, the museum of handicrafts and folk heritage. These places are very traditional and still possess the ancient values. The craftsmanship of the Bhutanese people can be seen on the creative and amazing Gompas as well as monasteries. The Punakha Valley offers the spirituality and the tranquillity in the monasteries as well as the surrounding places. The mystical valley of Haa is another place for the amazing sightseeing. This is the valley where people are very courteous and traditional. The lifestyle of the people are very traditional and resemblance to that of the ancient times. This hidden rice land valley is famous for the temples in the Three Sisters Mountains. The watchtower to prevent the invasion of the Tibetans in ancient times still can be seen around the Phobjikha. The hiking of the Taktshang Goenba in Paro is another exciting activity to do in Paro. The world famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery is the identity symbol of Bhutan. The monastery is vertically placed above 2000 ft from the floor of the valley. Overall the Bhutan tour will be the mesmerizing journey to the Himalayas and the traditional places of Nepal.
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Day 01:Kathamndu / PARO/ THIMPHU (7,700 feet).
Day 02:THIMPHU/ THIMPHU. (7,700 feet).
Day 03:THIMPHU/ PUNAKHA.
Day 04:PUNAKHA / PUNAKHA .
Day 05:PUNAKHA / PHOBJIKHA VALLEY (9,800 feet).
Day 06:PHOBJIKHA / PARO (7,300 feet).
Day 07:PARO/ PARO.
Day 01Kathamndu / PARO/ THIMPHU (7,700 feet).The flight to the Paro takes place on the first day and in a clear day from flight you can enjoy the magnificent view of the mountains like Kanchenjunga, Everest and highest mountain of Bhutan the Jomolhari Mountain. The representatives from Bhutan will pick you up in the airport transfer to hotel in Thimpu. After some rest and relax in hotel you can stroll around Thimpu. The road along the Paro Chu River can be amazing evening walk for the trekkers or tourists. The major touristic sites for the visit in Thimpu are archery ground which is the national game of Bhutan also and other places are craft market, textile museum, national library along with zoo.
Day 02THIMPHU/ THIMPHU. (7,700 feet). The fortress which is the glory of the area also is the first visiting site of the day two. This is huge building built by hand without a single nail. The memorial chortens for the memory of late King Jigme Dorji will be visited. The hiking of the Tango Monastery will take place in afternoon. Other places to visit after hiking if interested are Drubthob Gompa Nunnery, Folk museum, indigenous hospital and zoo.
Day 03THIMPHU/ PUNAKHA.Another vibrant city of Bhutan is Punakha which we will visit on the third day of the tour. The Simtokha which is Dzong built by the man who unified the entire Bhutan can be visited on the way to Punakha from Thimpu. The road encompasses the pine forests and Dochu La Pass which would give you the spectacular views of the Himalayas in clear weather. The Valley of Punakha is very rich for the agricultural activities as well. The visit of the Chimilhakhang temple dedicated to Drukpa Kinley the divine mad man is highly recommended before check in hotel. The Punakha Dzong which is the ancient capital city of Bhutan will be visited upon arrival. The fortress in the Punakha Valley used to be the national capital until the date of 1966.
Day 04PUNAKHA / PUNAKHA . The full day exploration of the Punakha takes place including the hiking of the Khasumyulley.
Day 05PUNAKHA / PHOBJIKHA VALLEY (9,800 feet). The drive of the about four hours will take you to the spectacular Phobjikha Valley. On the trail you will have to cross the Pele La and provides the stunning view of the Phobjikha Valley surrounded by the Pine Trees forests. The place has the Black Mountain Nation Park and also links with the Royal Manas National Park which creates the place of alpine, subtropical and temperate ecological systems. The animals like Black bear, leopard, gaur, red panda, tiger, wild pig and birds including hornbills can be found in the region. The Gangteng Goenpa is another highlight of the Phobjikha Valley which is the famous place for head Lama known as the ninth incarnation of the Pemalingpa.
Day 06PHOBJIKHA / PARO (7,300 feet).The journey then heads to Paro. The crossing of the Dochu La Pass would provide another panoramic view of the Himalayas. The journey of about 5-6 hours of drive can be very enthralling. The watch tower of Paro Rimpung Dzong and the Ta Dzong the fortress will be observed which used to protect the valley from Tibetan Invasions.
Day 07PARO/ PARO.The hiking of the Taktshang Goenba takes place on this day. Worldwide it is regarded as the Tiger’s nest Monastery. This is probably the best place in Bhutan to visit. The architectural masterpiece is there for the tourists to see. The vertical placement and 2000 ft from the floor makes it brilliant in terms of look. The rest of the evening and afternoon is for the free roam around the Paro.
Day 08PARO/HAA.The Haa valley is the mystical valley of the Bhutan. Another name for the district is Hidden Land Rice Valley. The major sightseeing tour of the Haa Valley is towards Black, White and Haa Gompa Temples. The temples can be found in the Miri Punsum which is the “The Three Brother Hills”. After the visit of the monastery and gompas the visit heads towards Paro.
Day 09Departure. The amazing tour of the tiny dragon kingdom of the South Asia Bhutan ends here. You will be taken to airport for the departure.