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Exploring Bhutan

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  • The word Bhutan Transfers to “Land of The Thunder Dragon”.
  • The country has strict policies against drugs used as well as for hunting & fishing.
  • Archery is their national sports.
  • It has lots of monasteries which are often massive and commanding.
  • Another Omg thing about Bhutanese is to ask any of the residents you will find out that they truly love their king and queen.
  • Green chilli pepper together with cheesy sauce is their national dish.

KEY FACTS:

Place: Bhutan
Duration: 5 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Starting and Ending Point: Phuntsholing
Age Limit: 10 Min
Places Covered: Thimpu, Phunaka, Pobjika, Paro, Chalela Pass

 

SHORT ITINERARY:

Day 1:
  • At 10:00 am, Complete permit formalities (Indian voter ID or Passport Required)
  • After Lunch, Start to Thimpu ( 165kms, 4 Hrs)
  • Visit local Markets.
  • Overnight Stay in Thimpu
Day 2:
  • Apply permit for other places.
  • Thimpu Sightseeing
  • Tashichho Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma statue, Simply Bhutan
  • Overnight Stay in Thimpu
Day 3:
  • Dochula pass
  • Phunaka Dzong & Suspension Bridge
  • River Rafting
  • Overnight Stay in Punaka.
Day 4:
  • Drive to Phobjika valley. (81km/3 hrs)
  • Explore Phobjika Valley
  • Gangtay Monastery
  • Head to Paro ( 180 kms, 4 hrs)
  • Explore local Markets.
  • Overnight Stay in Paro
Day 5:
  • Hike to Tiger Nest
  • Shopping
  • Start the return Journey to Phuentsholing ( 142 kms, 4 Hrs)
 

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 1:

Arrival in Phuentsholing: Once you step your foot in the border you can sense the change in a scenario that you have used to, the difference in buildings architecture, the clothes that people wear, that crowd you are so fond of, A breath of fresh air.
Once the permit is obtained for Paro and Thimpu, We will start with the journey to Thimpu, capital of Bhutan.
Once you settle into your hotel, we will begin to unlock the mysteries of Bhutan by talking a little walk through the city and its local markets.

Day 2:

                The day begins with applying permit to the other parts of the country which hardly take ten minutes. Followed by visiting the important sites such as Memorial Chorten (Build in the memory of the third Bhutan King),
 Thimphu Tashichho Dzong is fortress & a monastery with a distinctive architecture sitting next to the king’s house.
We will then take a scenic drive up to Buddha Point in the Kuenselphodrang Nature Park to see the 169-foot-tall bronze statue of the seated Buddha Dordenma.

Day 3:

                The day starts with the stunning 360 – degree views of the Himalayas at Dochula Pass which is on the way in our journey to Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan until 1955.
We will tour what is considered one of the most beautiful sites in Bhutan, Punakha Dzong. Sitting at the fork of two rivers, it is a stunning example of Bhutanese architecture. It was also the location of the royal wedding of Bhutan’s current king Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck to Jetsun Pema in 2011.
We will also visit one of the longest suspension bridge in Bhutan, spanning 160 -180m and perched high above the very swift river of Po Chhu. Draped with prayer flags, the bridge connects the town of Punakha and the Punakha Dzong.
There is also an optional river rafting activity available in Po Chhu River that would cost 1300 bucks per person. In the evening relax in the banks of Po Chhu River and witness the mesmerizing moon rise.

Day 4:

                The Phobjikha Valley is one of the most beautiful destinations in Bhutan. It is the winter home to a group of globally endangered black-necked cranes that arrive every year from the Tibetan Plateau. Spend the rest of day exploring this vast valley, Monastery and nights in awe of clear and beautiful night sky with star clusters.
Spend the evening strolling through the local markets of paro.

Day 5:

                The beautiful valley of Paro is home to many of Bhutan’s old monasteries and temples. The country’s only airport is in Paro. The valley is also home to mount Jomolhari situated at the northern end of the valley whose glacier water forms the Po Chhu flowing through the valley.
                On our final tour day, we take an exhilarating one-hour hike to Taktsang Monastery (or Tiger’s Nest), one of the most recognizable sites in Bhutan. Built precariously on a hillside cliff. Accessible only by foot, we follow a trail decorated with colourful prayer flags along the way to protect travellers from evil spirits.
               Start our return Journeys towards Phuentsholing with happy Memories and a lot of new friends.

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