Bhutan Tour

  • Bhutan Tour
  • Bhutan, also known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon isn't an ordinary place regarded as one of the last Shangri-La in the Himalayan region because of its remoteness, its spectacular mountain terrain, varied flora and fauna and its unique ancient Buddhist monasteries. It is one of the re-actively unexplored pockets of Asia which allow only limited number of discerning travelers to enter the country with a special visa permits. This is the part of the World where Cigarettes are illegal, chilies are taken as dish and where the rice is red in color. Bhutan is recognized as the one of the Buddhist land of the world where most of the houses are painted by giant protective penises, where men wear tunic to work and where Gross National Happiness is given more importance than that of Gross National Products.

    Entry visa with a valid password are essential except for Indian and Bangladeshi National. Permission is given to the travelers who are members of a commercially organized tour group. Travel Agents are there to help organize a group or it can be done directly too.
  • Detail Itinerary

    • Day 01

      Fly in Paro (L/D)

      Fly onboard Druk Air to Paro, Bhutan. On a clear day the panoramic views of the Himalaya are sensational, including Everest (if you are flying from Delhi and Kathmandu), but particularly exciting is the approach through the Bhutanese foothills and the landing, including a few steep turns to land at the tiny airstrip of Paro. In Paro you will be received by your Bhutanese guide and transferred to your hotel.

      Depending on your arrival time you will visit Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang.

      Overnight at HOTEL, Paro.

    • Day 02


      In the morning hike to Taktsang Monastery. Taktsang meaning "Tiger's Nest", is built around a cave in which Guru Rimpoche (also known as Guru Padmasambhava) meditated. The eighth century monastery is perched on a rock overlooking a sheer drop and clings seemingly impossible to a cliff of rock at 9678 feet above the valley floor.

      For the local people it is a place of pilgrimage, but for a tourist, a hike up to the viewpoint opposite the monastery is exhausting, thrilling and mystical. It takes almost 2 hours to walk up at an average pace. The legend has it that Guru Rimpoche is said to have flown to the site of the monastery on the back of a tigress from Tibet and meditated in the cave there for three months. Although the main building of the temple was destroyed by fire on April 1998, the hike up to the viewpoint is worthwhile and fulfilling. And Visit Archery Sport O/N at Hotel.

    • Day 03

      Paro- Kathmandu (1300m)

      Departure Transfer to Paro Airport and fly to Kathmandu or your onward destination.

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