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    Bhutan Cultural Tour

    7 Days/6Nights

    About This Tour

    Trip Fact

    Trip Name Bhutan Cultural Tour
    Trip Type Cultural
    Trip Duration 07 Days
    Price starts from US$

    Price in Details


    • Accommodation on twin sharing basis(3*hotel)
    • All meals (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)
    • Airport pickup / drop
    • English speaking tour guide throughout the tour
    • Entrance fees to various monuments
    • All land transportation by a good quality vehicle
    • Bottled water once in a day
    • Bhutan Visa Fees All hotel taxes / service charges
    • Pony to Tiger’s Nest
    • Evening tea / coffee
    • All internal route permit
    • All local sightseeing as per mentioned in itinerary

    Doesn’t Includes

    • Any Fare
    • Any Alcoholic Drinks
    • Any Laundry
    • Any Telephone Call
    • Any tips to Guide or driver
    • Any hotel up gradation will be subject to additional cost
    • Any medical / travel insurance coverage
    • Any single supplement
    • Any itinerary extension will be subject to additional cost
    • Outline Itinerary
    • Detail Itinerary
    Day 1: Bangkok – Paro
    Day 2: Hike to Paro Taktshang
    Day 3: The drive to Thimphu (55 km)
    Day 4: Thimphu – Punakha/Wangduephodrang
    Day 5: After breakfast drive back to Thimphu
    Day 6: Drive to Paro
    Day 7: Breakfast at the hotel and Depart

    Day 1: Bangkok – Paro

    On arrival at the Paro international Airport, you will be received and escorted to your hotel by your guide from Dorji Phalam Travels.

    After lunch, drive to Drugyal Dzong (the fortress of victory). To mark his victory over invading Tibetans in 1644, Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel built this dzong in 1647 at a strategic point where the route from Tibet enters the Paro valley. Once the invasions ceased, the route was used for trade between Tibet and Bhutan. The dzong, although in ruins, holds great historical significance. It was from this fortress that the Bhutanese repelled many Tibetan invasions. This spot offers a magnificent vista of mount Jumolhari, “Mountain of Goddess”.

    Visit a typical Bhutanese farm house on the way back.

    Night Halt at Hotel

    Day 2: Hike to Paro Taktshang

    After early breakfast, drive to Northwest end of Paro valley. Trek to Taktsang, which is quite an uphill task. It takes about three hours, at an average speed, to climb to this monastery. The name Taktsang means “Tiger’s Nest”. The monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m. It is said that in second half of the 8th century, Guru Padmasambhava, alighted here upon the back of a tigress. He mediated for three months in a cave here. And then donning his terrifying form of Dorje Droloe subjugated the evil spirits.

    The way down will take much less time.

    Night Halt at Hotel

    Day 3: The drive to Thimphu (55 km)

    Visit memorial chorten, a huge stupa built in memory of third king who reigned from 1952 – 1972.

    Visit the Folk Heritage Museum: Here you will see Bhutan that was.

    Day 4: Thimphu – Punakha/Wangduephodrang

    After breakfast, drive to Punakha and Wangduephodrang. En-route, halt at Dochula for a hot cup of tea/coffee. On clear day, you can see the most spectacular view of the eastern Himalayan mountain ranges. And then drive to and visit Wangduephodrang Dzong built in 1638. After lunch, visit Punakha Dzong built in 1637 AD (the former winter capital of Bhutan and present administrative seat of the district). It is also the winter residence of the central monastic body. The dzong is located at the confluence between two rivers, the Pochu and Mochu, meaning male and female rivers.

    Night halt at Hotel Zangdopelri.

    Day 5: After breakfast drive back to Thimphu

    Lunch at Bhutan Kitchen and stroll around Thimphu town for shopping. If the day falls on Friday – Sunday, visit the weekend vegetable market.

    Day 6: Drive to Paro

    After lunch visit the National Museum (Taa dzong). Once the watch tower for the Rinpung dzong, it was converted into national museum in 1968. The Museum stands on a hill overlooking the Paro valley in all its glory. And the museum is a history in itself.

    Visit Paro Rinpung Dzong. The dzong is the seat of the district administration and houses its monastic school.

    Day 7: Breakfast at the hotel and Depart

    Your guide will accompany you to the airport and wish you safe journey home.

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