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Special Bhutan Tour

Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days

Destination Covered : Bhutan,

Price

On Request


Detailed Tour Itinerary


Pickup from Airport and Drop At Hotel.
After Breakfast, You Would Be Picked Up from Your Hotel, At a Tentative Time of 8. 30 Am, for Local Sightseeing On a Seat-in-coach Basis. You Would Visit the Simtokha Dzong-a Monastery Built in 1627 that Today Houses the Institute for Language and Cultural Studies. Then, You Would Go to the Memorial Chorten Entry Fee Not Included Which is the Most Visible Religious Structure in Thimphu and the Buddha View Point. the View of the Valley from this Point is as Magnificent as the Statue of Lord Buddha that Resides On the Premises. You Could Grab Lunch Here Own Expense At One of the Local Eateries and Sample the Local Delicacies of Bhutan.
Today After Enjoying a Lovely Breakfast, You Would Be Transferred to Punakha. the Transfer Would Be On a Seat-in-coach Basis and Tentative Pick-up Time Would Be 8. 30 Am. the Distance Between Thimphu and Punakha is 75 Km and Would Take Approximately 3 Hours to Cover. En Route, You Would Be Making Stops to Do Some Sightseeing. the First Stop On the Roster Would Be Dochula View Point. the Dochula Pass is 45-minutes from Thimphu and is Perched At 3100m, Offering a Glimpse of the Himalayan Range. as You Come Closer to Punakha Valley, You Would Stop At Chimi Lhakhang or the Fertility Temple. this Sacred Temple Was Made in Honour of Lama Drukpa Kunley. Childless Women Go to the Temple to Receive a Blessing or Empowerment from the Saint. It is a 20-minutes Long Pleasant Walk from Road At Sopsokha to the Temple. En Route, You Would also Cross An Archery Ground.
After Enjoying a Delicious Breakfast, Head Off to Paro-the Gateway to the Himalayan Kingdom. the Journey to Paro Will Be On a Shared Basis in a Bus/coach Seat in Coach and Will Take About 5 Hours to Cover the Distance of 150 Kms. Upon Reaching, You Can Enjoy a Local Lunch Own Expense and Then Spend the Rest of the Day At Leisure. Later, You Will Visit the Popular Attractions of Paro such as the National Museum of Paro that Displays Antique Items Gathered from Different Parts of the Country in a Revamped Ta-dzong Building. Another Interesting Site Would Be the Kyichu Lhakhang. It is Believed that this Temple Was Built in 659 to Subdue a Demoness Residing in the Himalayas. After Marveling At the Beautiful Attractions of Paro, Make Your Way to a Brewery. Discover the Heritage of the Locally Produced Beer and Browse the Many Selections Provided. and also Get a Chance to Taste Some of the Local Ieties and Relish Some Snacks Limited. Please Note That.
Get Set to Explore Paro After a Delicious Breakfast At the Hotel; Start from the Hotel At About 8. 30 am On a Shared Basis in a Coach Seat-in-coach to Visit the Famous Tiger’s Nest Temple Entry Fee Not Included, also Known as the Temple or Taksang Monastery. One of the Most Famous Bhutanese Monasteries, It is Said that Guru Rinpoche Arrived Here On the Back of a Tigress and Meditated At the Monastery. Perched Precariously On the Edge of a 1200 M Cliff, this Monastery is An Impressive Sight and the Unofficial Symbol of Bhutan. Do Note that the Up-hill Hike Would Take Around 2 Hours, So It is Recommended You Wear Comfortable Walking Shoes and Carry Light Refreshments with Water. An Option to Ride a Horse from the Parking Lot to the Monastery is also Available. Alternately, You Could also Hike for About An Hour to Reach a Cafeteria-a Wooden Tea-house Restaurant Which Offers a Good View of the Monastery.
After breakfast depart from bhutan as per flight schedule

Inclusions

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing

Payments Terms

  • * Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount * Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount. * Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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