The cultural tour along Bhutan is one of the best designed programs to explore the last existing Buddhist Kingdom from the Himalayan region; culturally, naturally and socially. We will land at Paro, the place of Bhutan where exists, international airport and the hometown famous Taktshang, the Tigernest monastery and finally about Samdrup Jongkhar, you will say goodbye Bhutan and enter to the India. You have to take the flight from the Guahaiti airport to the Kathmandu airport or Delhi airport, then fly back to home town.

Day to Day Itinerary

  • Day 01: Departure to the Kathmandu-Nepal or New Delhi –India from your home town
  • Day 02: Arrival at airport
  • Day 03: Flight to Paro - Bhutan
  • Day 04: Day Trip to the Tigernest
  • Day 05: Paro - Thimphu
  • Day 06: Thimphu – Punakha
  • Day 07: Punakha - Phobjikha
  • Day 08: Phobjikha - Bumthang
  • Day 09: Bumthang
  • Day 10: Bumthang - Mongar
  • Day 11: Mongar - Lhuntse - Mongar
  • Day 12: Mongar-Trashigang
  • Day 13: Day 13: Tashigang - Phongmey / Radhi / Rangjung
  • Day 14: Day 14: Trashigang - Trashiyangtse – Trashigang
  • Day 15: Trashigang - Samdrup Jongkhar
  • Day 16: Drive to Guwahati and return flight to your home town via Kathmandu or Delhi
  • Day 17: Arrival at hometown

Cost Includes

  • Accommodation in selected 3 * middle class hotels and guest houses with full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) 
  • all transfers and Sightseeing tours according to program with private vehicles.
  • English-speaking local guide,
  • Bhutan visa, visa clearance letter, Bhutan fees, permits, entrance fees, sightseeing and complete Bhutan travel, tourism development
  • All government taxes to Bhutan

Cost Excludes

  • Flights from/ to your hometown to Paro and return flight from Guwahati (we are happy to assist you to organization the flights)
  • Missing meals
  • Visa fees for Nepal (about 25 US-Dollars per entry),
  • Visa for India (90 US-Dollar).
  • Additional nights from early arrival and late departure.
  • Tips for guides, driver, helpers etc

Detail Itineraries

  • Day 01Departure to the Kathmandu-Nepal or New Delhi –India from your home town
  • Day 02Arrival at airportOur airport representative welcomes you and taken to the hotel for overnight. At Kathmandu airport, you can get your visa for Nepal on arrival and it is for single entry. But for Indian visa, you have to bring yourself from visa authorities of your home town. The program depends on the flight connection and flight time for Druk Air to Paro.
  • Day 03Flight to Paro - BhutanWith the good weather, the beautiful scenic view of the great Himalayas, always welcomes you from the left side windows of Drukair- The Royal Bhutan Airlines, the flight towards the Paro international airport and your panoramic sights of great Himalayas offers you six, out of the 14 eight-thousanders, including Mt. Everest, Kanchanghanga, the first highest and third highest mountain of the world; which is the honored moment. Shortly before landing, the glimpse of sacred Chomolhari (7326 m) and Bjichu Drake (6990m) arise, which are located exactly on the border to the Tibet. Upon arrival in Paro (2280 m), you will be greeted by your guide and taken to the hotel. After refreshment, in the afternoon, gradually, the tour guide organizes the first sightseeing tour for you. First visit starts from the Paro Rinpung Dzong (castle). The Paro Dzong hat a typical Bhutanese architecture, is one of the most impressive buildings of the small kingdom built around 1646 by Bhaban's first spiritual and temporal ruler, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Then he will brigs you to the outer tower houses which contains the National Museum from Bhutan. In 199, Bernardo Bertolucci, has filmed the film "Little Buddha" here. Overnight at the hotel in Paro.

    The monastery castle of Paro, the Rinpung Dzong (in17th century) used to live; nowadays about 200 monks and all administrative officials of the district has occupied this building. The "castle of Gems" is famous because of elegant wood carving on its main tower, as well as cosmic mandalas created something between 5th and 10th centuries,  reconstructed  in the mid-19th century.
  • Day 04Day Trip to the TigernestAfter breakfast gradually prepare to visit Taktshang, the famous Tigernest monastery. First of all, we will drive for a while, then we have to hike about 2-3 hours to this Tigernest monastery lies at the altitude of 3180 m in the Paro valley. It is one of the important pilgrimages for the Bhutanese as well as the entire Buddhist from all around the world, and for other visitor, one of the important cultural centers which contain the central National Museum of Bhutan. According to the Buddhist text, the Guru Rinpoche (the spiritual leader), had flown here to meditate in the tiger’s cave, as he already knows that it is one of the energy centers, later on his follower converter it as a monastery and now world famous in the name of Tiger nest, which lies on a steep cliff about 900 meters above the Paro valley. In the afternoon you will be taken to the Kyichu Lhakhang monastery, which contain two Pagoda, built in the seventh century and by Tibetan King Songsten Gampo. Although, ancient statue is now unknown, but we can observe the statue of Avalokiteshvara in his form with the thousand eyes and a thousand arms called Chatgon Chenton. The rest of the day is at leisure to plan individually and also for the preparation for the next day. Overnight at the hotel in Paro with full board. Ascent and descent approx. 750 m, walking time approx. 4-5 hours.
  • Day 05Paro - ThimphuAfter breakfast, drive to Thimpu, the capital city of the Himalayan kingdom. On the way plan stand for to visit the Tachogang Lhakhang monastery, which is built by a Tibetan monk Thangton Gyalpo at fourteen century. After arriving at Thimpu, you will leave the hotel to visit the National Heritage Museum and the National Institute of Traditional Medicine (Zorig Chusum) as well the point where situated the largest Buddha statue from Bhutan which offers you the beautiful scenic view of Thimpu valley. Overnight at the hotel with full board.
  • Day 06Thimphu – PunakhaIn the morning, after breakfast, drive to Punakha which is around 3 hours of driving from Thimpu along the road of some beautiful valleys, mountains and slopes through typical Bhutanese villages. In the clear day, you can enjoy the beautiful glimpse Himalayas, Standing at the Dochula Pass of 3,116m. Then road leads you downhill to the Punakha Valley. On the way we make the stop for Chhimi Lhakhang monastery of the 15th century. Dedicated to the Dukpa Kinley. Upon arrival, we will check in at the hotel, after lunch you have a program to visit Punakha Dzong, a monastery of Punkha which was built in 1637 by Zhabdrung. Then after you have time to explore the beautiful cities, Punakha and Khuruthang. Overnight stay at the hotel with full board.
  • Day 07Punakha - PhobjikhaAfter breakfast, it’s the time to drive to Phobjikha, a valley shaped like a bowl located on the western slopes of the Black Mountains. After lunch break, the sightseeing program starts towards Gantey Gompa (a monastery), built at 16th century and preserved by the Gomchen, the ethnic group of this reagion and closely connected with this monastery. It is the monastery of Nyingmapa sect of Himalaya Buddhism, which is largest monastery in Bhutan. Overnight at the hotel with full board.
  • Day 08Phobjikha - BumthangNext morning, our drive leads us to Bumthang via the Pele La Pass (3150m) and offers you a wonderful opportunity to have a glimpse of wonderful landscape and the Himalayas. On the way, your stops at Trongsa Dzong, the monastery from 1648 AD, sharpens the religious cognizable from Bhutan and then after a short visit towards Ta Dzong, a museum by a watchtower. Overnight stay; at a hotel in Bumthang with full board.
  • Day 09BumthangToday you will visit the city of Bumthang also short visit towards Jambay-Lhakhang offers to understand the richness about Tibetan tradition. It is another Buddhist pilgrimage site in Bhutan from 7th century by the Tibetan emperor Songtsen Gampo which is one of the monasteries built by him among 108 monasteries to conquer the evil spirits in the Himalayan region. Afterwards, visit the Chakhar-Lakhang, with the Jambay temple made by one Indian king, Kurjey Lhakhang, the temple on the right built by Minjur Tempa in seventeen century; built around the holy cave, where the Guru Rinpoche meditated and left his body, then finally the short visit towards the temple of good news which is known as Tamshing-Lhakhang, the day ends. Rest of the time at leisure for individual programs. Overnight at same hotel of yesterday with full-board.
  • Day 10Bumthang - MongarAfter breakfast drive to Mongar. This drive leads you along the beautiful valleys, over the pass of two mountains, numerous breathtaking steady sloppy terrain, crosses the breathtaking greenery Bhutanese landscape to be there at Monger. It is probably one of the most spectacular sectors in the country. Upon arrival, you have a short sightseeing towards the city, which provides the opportunity to know the locals people. Overnight at the hotel with full board.
  • Day 11Mongar - Lhuntse - MongarToday you have a day tour towards Lhuntse but in the evening again return back to Mongar. Lhuntse is the remote village of Bhutan, which is the ancestral home of the royal family of Bhutan. It is an agricultural village in Bhutan, mostly covered with coniferous forest and turpentine oil is extracted. After visiting Lhuntse Dzong, drive back to the hotel and overnight.
  • Day 12Mongar-TrashigangAfter breakfast, you will visit the original Monga Dzong which contain two temples and the village was established at the beginning of the 19th century. On the way to Trashigang, a stop make a chance to make the short excursion to the Drametse Monastery. After lunch, sightseeing program leads towards Trashigang Dzong, which stands on the slope below the main road which was constructed in the mid-17th century and served as the county's administrative headquarters and as a school for the monks. Overnight at the hotel with full-board.
  • Day 13Day 13: Tashigang - Phongmey / Radhi / RangjungToday visit Phongmey Monastery and Radhi. Especially the visit of the village Radhi is worthwhile. Because of its green rice fields and pronounced agriculture, this region is also referred to as the "rice bowl of the East". There you can enjoy your lunch, of course traditional Bhutanese. Then visit the Rangung-Woesel-Chholing Monastery founded by Garab Rinpochhe (1990). Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 14Day 14: Trashigang - Trashiyangtse – TrashigangEarly morning drive to Trashiyangtse, where you will visit the Gom Kora Temple, which situated at in a beautiful valley. Also, a fascinating Stupa built in 1940 and modeled after the style of the Boudhnath Stupa in Nepal wait for you. After lunch, visit the small city with colorful traditional houses, the Trashiyangtse also city produces different wood products, such as the Dapa (wood panel) or the Phob (cup) and famous traditional painting schools also exist here. Drive back to Trashigang. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 15Trashigang - Samdrup JongkharAfter breakfast, through different villages, our vehicle move forwards towards Samdrup Jongkhar. On the way we will some stops to make a short excursion towards some industrial, historical, cultural and religious center, likewise; weaving mill in Khaling, the National Institute for Disabled People which is well-organized institute aims to integrate students from all over Bhutan who are physically disabled for special funds and training. Then, your drive will continue to Samdrup Jongkhar. Overnight stay at the hotel with full-board.
  • Day 16Drive to Guwahati and return flight to your home town via Kathmandu or Delhi After breakfast we will drive to the airport, which exist in Guwahati and take return flight to your home town via Kathmandu or Delhi.
  • Day 17Arrival at hometown
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