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Bhutan Tour II

  • Bhutan Tour II
  • 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

      Transfer from hotel to airport in time to connect Druk Air KB 203 at 10:30 flight to Paro. Arrive Paro International Airport at 11:40 . During the flight, one will experience breathtaking views of Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other famous Himalayan peaks, including the sacred Mount Chomolhari and Jitchu Drake in Bhutan. On arrival at Paro International Airport, meet and greet. Visit the National Museum (Ta-Dzong). Once the watchtower for the Rimpung Dzong, it was converted into the National Museum in 1968. The Museum stands on a promontory overlooking the Paro valley in all its glory. Visit the Paro Rinpung Dzong. A flagstone path rises gradually from a beautiful wooden bridge with shingle roofing aneabutted by two guardhouses, to the dzong. Today, the Dzong is the seat of the district administration as well as the home for the monastic school. The central tower (Utse) of the Dzong, with the superb woodwork, is one of the most beautiful in the nation. The Dzong was built in 1645 A.D and overnight in hotel.

    • Day 02

      Drive Paro - Thimpu

      Drive Paro -Thimphu and after noon Visit the Memorial Chorten, a huge stupa built in memory of the third King who reigned from 1952 - 1972. Visit the National Library where ancient manuscripts are preserved. Visit the Painting School where traditional art is still preserved. Artists are taught to paint Thankas here (sacred Buddhist scroll). Visit the Handicrafts Emporium where one can buy Bhutanese textiles and other arts and crafts. Lunch at a local restaurant.

    • Day 03

      Thimpu Sightseeing

      Morning Visit Pangri Zampa Monastery, situated just beyond Dechencholing Palace (5kms from Thimphu). This temple was the first residence of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal when he arrived in Bhutan in 1616 A.D. It was built during the first quarter of the 16th century by Ngawang Chogyel, the great ancestor of the Shabdrung. Afternoon drive to Paro and overnight in hotel.

    • Day 04

      Paro - Kathmandu

      Transfer from Hotel to airport in time to connect Druk Air flight to Kathmandu.

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