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Glimpse of Bhutan Tour

Glimpse of Bhutan Tour

Duration: 5 Days
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Glimpse of Bhutan Tour

Trip Facts

5 Days

Trip Duration

March to May , Sept to Dec

Best Season

Paro

Starting From

Paro

End Point

Hiking and Drive

Transportation

Easy

Trip Grade

Highlights

  • Explore the temples, dzongs, stupas and monasteries of Bhutan.

  • Hike to Tiger Nest monastery

  • Visit Changangkha monastery, Nunnery temple, Institute of Zorig Chusum, National library and Folk Heritage museum, traditional paper factory and Tashichhodzong

  • Hike up to Wangditse monastery via well leveled trail amidst the pine forest

Overview

Glimpse of Bhutan tour is a fascinating journey. It lets you enjoy not only the natural beauty of Bhutan but also the culturally rich aspects of Bhutan. You will find yourself lost in the mountainous country of Bhutan. Here you can enjoy the serenity and lust in the nature of interesting landscapes of Bhutan. Bhutanese culture is another major highlight of this trip after the stunning mountains.

Your journey starts with a flight from Kathmandu to Paro airport. The flight to Paro is an enchanting experience. During the flight, you can see the beautiful views of mountains i.e. Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Manaslu. After your arrival at Paro, our Bhutanese crew will assist you for the further journey. Next, we take a few hour drives to the fascinating town of Thimpu. Since Thimpu is culturally rich you may get intrigued by the things you see there. Temples built in the medieval period, monasteries, dzongs, and stupas are the major highlights of this trip.

Another interesting thing about this journey is Thanka – A beautiful and unique piece of art. You may see them around the monasteries, shops and many other places. Thanks are one of the important parts of Bhutanese culture. A visit to the museum at Thimpu will get you some more insights on the unique Buddhist culture, tradition, and history. We have made the different type of packages like Laya Gasa trek with the cultural tour, Chomolhari trek with a cultural tour and many more packages.

So, are you ready for this wonderful journey to the Himalayan terrain of Bhutan?  The lush hills, valleys, rivers, hamlets, and mountains with the blend of unique Buddhist culture make Glimpse to Bhutan Tour more auspicious and spectacular!

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Itinerary Overview

  • Day 01: Arrive Paro :

    A flight to Paro takes you across the Himalayas to Bhutan. The flight in itself is nothing less than a mountain flight. You pass above the Himalayas admiring the magnificence of snow-capped mountains standing tall one after another. As you arrive at the airport in Paro, your guide i.e. our Bhutanese crew will pick you up and escort you to a hotel for check in. Get refreshed and rest for a while. After lunch, you will be escorted to Ta Dzong, a national museum that treasures the old paintings, armours and many other things of cultural and historical importance. After museum, you will be taken to the oldest temple of Bhutan – Kichu Lhakhang for sightseeing. Spend the night at your hotel. (Lunch and dinner included.)

  • Day 02: Paro – Thimphu :

    We start our day with a hike to Tiger’s nest monastery. Tiger’s nest monastery is one of the most popular monastery in the town that has its own importance. According to a mythology, Guru Rinpoche has fled on a back of tigress to meditate in a cliff and it is the place where the monastery stands now. It is also popular for its dramatic location at the edge of the cliff. After exploring the monastery and its rich crafts, we descend down to Paro and head to the capital city of Bhutan – Thimpu in the evening. Overnight at a hotel in Thimpu. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.)

  • Day 03: Thimphu :

    We spend the day sightseeing the places of cultural and historical importance. We start with a drive to Memorial Chorten which was built in the memory of third king of Bhutan. Then we head to Changangkha monastery, Nunnery temple, School of Arts and Crafts and Folk Heritage museum respectively. We further visit traditional paper factory, Tashichhodzong and a giant statue of Buddha placed on a hill that dominates the whole Thimphu city. In the evening, we can wander around the city on our own. Overnight at a hotel in Thimpu. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.)

  • Day 04: Thimpu – Paro :

    In the morning, we hike up to Wangditse monastery. We walk on a well levelled trail for about an hour that passes amidst the pine forests. On the way, we can have a great view of Thimpu valley from north. If lucky, we can also encounter Takins, national animal of Bhutan that is rare and found only in the Himalayan regions. Exploring the art, architecture and beauty in the monastery, we descend down to Thimphu and drive to Paro for the evening. Enjoy the butter tea or locally made wine called – Ara as a speciality of Bhutan. Overnight at a hotel in Paro. (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.)

  • Day 05: Depart Paro :

    Today is the final day of our tour. Your guide will escort you the airport before your scheduled flight for your journey ahead. (Breakfast included)

Service Includes

  • Our package is inclusive of all ground transport which includes airport transfers as well.

  • You will be assisted in acquiring visa to Bhutan.

  • Accommodation in itinerary refers to three star hotel wherever available.

  • Accomodation at tented camp and guesthouses where hotels are not available.

  • The package includes full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the tour

  • All the permit fees during the tour

  • An experienced local guide.

  • Other government taxes and tourist service charges if any.

  • First aid kit

Service Excludes

  • Meals which are not specified in the itinerary

  • International flights (flight from your place to Nepal)

  • Accommodation at a three star hotel in Kathmandu

  • Nepal entry and re-entry visa fee

  • Snacks, soft drinks and water during the trek.

  • Hot showers during the trek.

  • Your personal expenses for shopping, internet, telephone expenses, laundry and other recreational expenditure.

  • Personal trekking equipment if any.

  • Tips to tour guide, porter or driver is not our responsibility. (Tip is subject to your judgment. Offering tip is not a compulsion)

  • Travel insurance

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