Get ready to depart to Bhutan. Arrive at the airport and get transferred to Thimphu. The highlights are:
- Tachog Ihakhang
- Memorial Chorten
After the tour. Return back to your hotel.
Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Upon breakfast in the morning, embark on a tour. The highlights of the tour are:
- Take a drive to Buddha Dordenma.
- Walk at the Lam Street
- Visit the School of traditional arts
- Folk Heritage Musuem
- Changankha Ihakhang
- Tashicho Dzong
Return back to the hotel.
Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Upon breakfast in the morning, get transferred to Wangdue Phrodang. The highlights of the tour are:
- Druk Wangyel Lhakhang
- Gangkhar Punesu
- Punatsang chu river
- Phobjika Valley
- Gangtey monastery shedra
After the tour, return back to the hotel.
Overnight stay at Wangdue Phrodang.
Upon breakfast at the hotel, check-out and get transferred to the airport to board your flight back to your home country.
Talk about undiscovered places and undisturbed beauty and this little country bordered by Bangladesh, Nepal had vanished from the visitor's list until the early 1970s. Today, Bhutan has opened its arms to its visitors and is concealed in the valleys of the Himalayas. It has managed to attain its reputation as a paradise hidden in the arms of its neighbours.
A trip to Bhutan can be described as travelling back in the past. What makes it unique is the way it has managed to preserve its cultures and boost tourism. With a large population of Buddhists, the country owns some of the peace-loving landscapes with tropical plains in the south and Himalayas in the north. It is truly undeniably beautiful for whoever wants to be here.
To your surprise, Bhutan has no system of traffic lights and all the locals you see will only be wearing their national dress all with pride. There is no military either is there any economic power in the country. But there’s something extraordinary here – the culture and sceneries.
- Notch a Bullseye
Archery is the national sport of Bhutan and the passion of the people of Bhutan. Throughout the country you will find enthusiastic men dressed in the traditional robes, taking runs to shoot the arrows. It’s worth a try, we insist.
- Dancing with the monks
Ask any local and you will know that the highlight of the year is always the Tsechu Festival. It witnesses ceremonial dances and a chance for you to experience the traditions of the country. Each dance that takes place has a moral message for its viewers showing compassion.
- Explore the Tiger’s nest.
Nested in the cliff above the Paro Valley is the Tiger’s Monastery which is considered the Taj Mahal of Bhutan that is a part of every brochure, or book of the country. This temple has been rebuilt twice and the only way you can reach here is by foot. The aura and the views around the temple is the highlight.
|Best Time To Visit
|March to May / September to November|
|Flight From Dubai