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Bhutan Cultural Tour


Bhutan is one of the world’s most exotic tourist destinations. Our guest, those who make the rare journey into the Bhutan have explore indeed an exclusive place with a truly indigenous experience, the unique aspects of Bhutanese culture including visits to sacred festivals andholy monasteries, pilgrimage hallowed sites, and panoramic view ofHimalaya peaks or scenic spots for a closer look at the culture. The Bhutan Travel prefers to offer various types of itinerary prior on our guest’s request. We specialize in a numerous cultural tour programswithout slightest of compromise in the quality of services we provide. Normal tour program comprises of visits to places of historical significance, museums, and textiles emporiums, also can explore those places from west to the east, stretching across centralpart of the country. All along you will glimpse fascinating transformation in the geography, weather, people, the culture and tradition of Bhutan.


Trek Duration: Bhutan Tour
Accomodation: Hotel & lodge
Group Size: 2+
Transportation: Drive/Flight

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  • placeDay 01 : International arrival and transfers to the capital valley of Bhutan

    Fly by Druk Air (Royal Bhutan Airline) to Paro (Bhutan), perhaps during the clear weather, magnificent views of the world’s highest Himalayan snow-capped peaks gives way to the lush green Paro valley as you land into Paro airport, the only airport in Bhutan. After immigration and custom formalities, representatives from Bhutan will greet on arrival. After having their introduction will escort to Kichu Lhakhang, an oldest monastery in Bhutan for cleansing ceremony to gain the good merits and luck to have a successful holiday trip in the land of happiness – Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Thereafter, drive back to Paro town for refreshment/lunch and escort to the capital valley of Bhutan, Thimphu that is 65 kilometers drive. Upon arrival in the capital valley, visit National Memorial Stupa – erected in the memory of beloved late His Majesty the 3rd King of Bhutan, Tashichodzong (capital fortress) – serves as the royal office of His Majesty King, Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers,national government offices, the summer residence for Je Khenpo (chief abbot) and central monastic body of Bhutan, Zilukha Nunnery – one of last surviving nunnery in Kingdom, drives to Sangaygang hilltop for the bird eye view of the capital city of Bhutan. On the way, visit Motithang mini zoo to watch the national animal of Bhutan – Takin. Drive to hotel for dinner and overnight halt in the capital valley of Bhutan.

  • placeDay 02 : Explore the capital valley of Bhutan, Thimphu

    After breakfast drive toward north of Thimphu valley to Dechenchoeling passing the viewpoint of the Dechenchoeling Palace to visit the Pangri Zampa monastery – 17th century buildings that were once the home of the Shabdrung Rinpoche – temporal leader of Bhutan during 17th century and now the houses of monastic astrologer training institute for cleansing ceremony to get rid of impurities and to gain the good merits and luck to have a successful holiday trip in the land of happiness – Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Also can meet with the Bhutanese astrologer monks. If the visitors are interested for astrology reading can be arrange here. Thereafter, drive till the viewpoint of the Tango/Cheri monastery. Tango monastery serves as the higher-level monastic education learning institute and the Cheri monastery serves as the meditation center for monastic body and monks of Bhutan. Drive back to capital city for lunch and after lunch, visit textile museum and handicrafts emporiums to see the wide range of Bhutanese handicraft products including the splendid paintings and exquisitely woven textiles, Bhutanese handmade paper factory, downtown Zangdhopelri monastery and leisure walk in the archery field. By late afternoon, drive to Kuenselphodrang to visit the world largest Buddha statue erected for world peace and happiness. The dinner will be hosted in traditional farmhouse to taste local cuisines and to experience the (Dho-Tso) hot stone bath. Thereafter, drive back to hotel for overnight halt in capital valley of Bhutan.

  • placeDay 03 : Transfers to the ancient capital valley of Bhutan, Punakha

    After breakfast get checkout from hotel, a dramatic drive following the course of the Thimphu Chu (River) onto the high mountain pass of Dochu La. Sights on the way include one of Bhutan first fortress monastery of Bhutan, the 17th century Simtokha Dzong. The journey continues passing over the 3,050m mountain pass (Dochula). On the clear days, towering Himalayan peaks are clearly visible and this pass is beautified with 108 stupas, erected by the royal queens of Bhutan. Further drives reaches Lobesa village to visit the monastery of fertility (Chimi Lhakhang) built by Tibetan saint called Lam Drukpa Kinley who was widely known as the Divine Madman. The spiritual master inherited the accolade since he revolted against the principles of orthodox Buddhism. After having lunch at Chimi Lhakhang cafeteria drive along the banks of the Mo Chhu through terraces of rice, chillies and cabbage passing nearby Puntsho Pelri Palace and several other winter homes of the royal family the upper end of the valley to the Khamsum Yuelley Namgyal Chorten, another stunning monument recently built by the royal queens commanding views of the valley floor and up to the high mountains of Gasa. Returning down thru the valley you will have plenty of time to take in the impressive Punakha fortress – served as capital fortress till 1960s and today it served as the winter residence of chief abbot, central monastic body and as the administrative headquarters for the Punakha region. Drive to hotel for dinner and overnight halt in Punakha valley.

  • placeDay 04 : Transfers to the gateway valley of Bhutan, Paro

    After breakfast get checkout from hotel and drive back to the gateway valley for Bhutan, Paro. Reaching Lamperi, visit the Royal Botanical Park – a park with rich biodiversity of high conservation value and features a variety of forest types. About 300 species of plants are found in the park including those species of plants and animals with conservation significance. One of the main attractions of the park is the wild rhododendrons (46 species) start to bloom through mid-March until August changing the whole color of the landscape. Thereafter continue journey to Paro valley and upon arrival at Paro valley, have a lunch in town. After lunch visits to National Museum – housed in the Ta Dzong (watchtower) to explore an intriguing collection of artifacts provide a wonderful introduction to the rich culture and heritage of the Kingdom. Just a short walk downhill lays the dominating Paro Dzong (fortress) – a fine example of Bhutanese historic architecture. Thereafter crosses the Nyamai Zampa – a traditional cantilever bridge and guests are then driven to the town temple, built in 1525, to view ancient wall paintings. Stop for lunch in the one of finest restaurant in Paro town. After lunch, drive to Balakha village to visit ruined Drukgyel Dzong-a fotress that was built by Shabdrung Rinpoche in 1646 to commemorate his victory over the Tibetan invaders. Though largely destroyed by fire in 1951, the towering outer walls and central keep remain an imposing sight. On clear day you can see the splendid view of Mountain Jhomolhari (7,321m). Drive back to hotel for dinner and overnight halt in Paro valley.

  • placeDay 05 : The spiritual day hike to the scared Tiger Nest monastery

    After having early breakfast drive to experience the spiritual day hike to mystical Tiger Nest, which is more than 2 hours uphill hike. Taktsang Monastery is the most famous and scared monastery in Bhutan, perched on the side of a cliff 900m above the floor of the Paro valley. The Taktshang means ‘tiger nest’ and named because Guru Rinpoche is said to have flown to the site of the monastery on the back of a flaming tigress. He then meditated in a cave here for three months. The Penlop of Paro – Desi Tenzin Rabye built the main Lhakhang in 1684 around Guru Rinpoche’s meditation cave. People all over world walk here for pilgrimage and blessing. After the spiritual hike drive back to Paro for leisure walk in street. The farewell dinner will be hosted at one of the finest restaurant in Paro town and overnight stays in hotel in Paro valley.

  • placeDay 06 : International departure

    Our representatives will reach to Paro airport for international departure for next flight to their sweet homeland.


The itinerary listed is a guideline and standard pattern which we provide you. This trekking can be modified according to your time and requirements. We will be pleased if you provide every minor details about your trip.

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