You arrive at Paro through Druk Air. The pure and natural view of mountains during your flight fascinates you. The representative will pick you up from the airport and drives you to Thimpu, capital city of Bhutan. We roam around the city of Thimpu to experience its lifestyle and food. Overnight in Thimpu.
Day 1 Arrival to Paro/Drive to Thimpu
Day 2 Thimpu/Punakha Sightseeing
Today we visit Thimpu valley first. Then our visit extends towards Trashichhoe Dzong. Trashichhoe Dzong is a marvelous monastery built primitive time. Mostly government offices are held here. King’s throning room can also be seen here. Our nezt instant visiting site is National Library. The books encrypted in Buddhists text and scripts are kept here. Likewise, we even visit Traditional School of Arts and Crafts. Thanka, a popular painting can be found here being painted by art’s students. Heritage museum is our next destination. After our lunch we visit Handicrafts Emporium. Hand woven cloths are beautifully kept here for sale. Built in the memory of third King of Bhutan, Memorial Chorten is another destination to visit in Thimpu. He was also famous as Father of Modern Bhutan. We drive towards Punakha in the afternoon. We happen to cross Dochula Pass. We will spend night at Punakha.
Day 3 Visit Punakha / Wangduephodrang and drive to Paro
Punakha Dzong is our first destination to travel today. It was taken as administrative center of the region back. Built at the convergence of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu by Shabdrung Ngawang Nmagyal in 1637 AD, it looks beautiful. Punakha Dzong plays significant role in the history of Bhutan. The Dzong was completely destroyed for four times by fire. But, at present, it has already been restored. The local market of Dzongs and Wangdiphodrang is famous for bamboo products, slate and stone carvings. The next and the ultimate destination for today is Paro. While tarvelling we visit Dochula Pass and Simtokha Dzong. Simtokha Dzong is the oldest castle of Bhutan which was built in 1627 AD. Overnight in Paro.
Day 4 Explore Paro and hike to Tiger’s Nest
Paro is called the tourist capital of the country. We move forward to visit Taktsang Monastery. The monastery is built near the cave where Guru Rimpoche meditated. Taktsang Monastery was constructed in eighth century. After visiting the monastery we go to Kinchu temple. The temple was built by Tibetan emperor Shrangchong Gampo in seventh century. It is believed that demons created a scene while spreading Buddhism. In order to destroy the demon, he built 108 temples on her body. Another important site to visit is National Museum. You happen to enjoy the streets of Paro in the evening. We will spend a night in a hotel in Paro.
Day 5 Back to your country
Your Bhutan tour concludes here. You will be dropped at Airport by our representative for your onward destination. See you!!