Dipped in the beauty of peace and happiness everywhere, embracing Bhutan is popular for its hostile residents, spectacular scenic landscape, and captivating traditions. Through this tour observe the awe-inspiring dzongs and monasteries, participate in Buddhist festival and hike to spiritual Taktsang Monastery that is also known as Tiger’s nest
Explore all the main attractions of Bhutan that includes Thimphu, Paro, and Punakha.
Enjoy the traditional Bhutanese festival named as tsechu. Watch the vibrant people dancing on traditional with a face cover.
Relax at the best hotels of the country which involves COMO Uma in Paro and Punakha
Relish great lunch with some drinks on completion of hiking to Tiger's Nest Monastery
Reach Delhi where you will be assisted to the hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi-Paro-Thimphu (Land Of The Stupas)
Board a flight for Paro from Delhi Airport. On reaching Paro you will be welcomed in a traditional way of Bhutan and guided to your hotel in Thimphu. On the way to pay a visit to the Simtokha Dzong (Bhutan’s ancient fortresses).After relaxing at the hotel go for a tour to the National Memorial Chorten, which was built and maintained based on the ancient stupa. It is comprising a pyramidic pillar raised by a crescent moon and sun. After that visit Tashichho Dzong which is a Buddhist monastery and fort of the 13th century.
Nestled at greenery covered slope over the city, Takin Sanctuary is a wildlife reserve in Thimphu and got it to name for national animal Takin. Explore the folk heritage museum that allows a glimpse into the customs, traditions, and See the Folk Heritage Museum, which offers insight into the lifestyle, culture, and antiquities of Bhutanese villages and life in village houses.
After having morning meal move ahead for Punakha, the ancient capital of Bhutan. Ride through the Dochula pass situated at a height of 10200 feet, passing through the pine forest, decorated with draping lichen. Don’t forget to sip tea while relaxing your eyes by scenic landscapes along the way. Drive until you reach the temple of the divine Madman (Chimi Lhakhang). It was established in 1499 by the 14th hierarchy of Drukpa. It was built in his respect once the lama conquered the demoness of the nearby Dochu La using“Thunderbolt of flaming wisdom”.
Travel to the dignified Punakha Dzong that is considered as the palace of extreme happiness. Located at the gathering of two rivers, the dzong was established in1637. It has maintained elegance even after facing disasters and calamities.
Hike to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery Nestled at a height in the Himalayas. This is a spiritual site in Bhutan. One of the captivating pilgrimage places, Tiger’s nest offers an adventurous experience as well. Once the hiking is done satisfy your heart with delicious lunch along with popular drinks.