About Short Bhutan Tour
Regulus designed Bhutan Tour is special package which will benefit tourists with limited vacation. This package is beneficial to get maximum satisfaction from short stay.
The trip takes you to Paro and Thimpu. It (Thimpu) is the capital city of Bhutan—the land of thunderbolt. Tourists will enjoy Himalayan flight to Paro as they will get view of splendid mountains of Bhutan from the comfort of flight.
The visit to Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) is rewarding for the tourists. It is located in the artistically but naturally built cliff. Besides, Bhutan is also ranked eighth happiest country of the world some time back. The traditional based lifestyle and Buddhist cultures in every chores of life make Bhutan unique among other countries. The art and architecture of Bhutan resembles countries century old history. The Dzongs built on 17th century portrays the mastercraftsmanship of Bhutanese architects. It is built without the use of nail. The carved walls, beams and pillars of the dzongs resemble actual religious depth of Bhutan.
The trip to Bhutan Short Tour begins from Paro Airport. Our representative at Paro will drive you to the hotel. If things go as per plan then on the same day we will visit Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang. It (Rinpung Dzong) is the largest Monastery which once used to be fortress. Moreover, Kichu Lhakhang is a Himalayan Temple. It is located in Lamgong Gewog.
On the next day we will visit Taktsang Monastery. The literal meaning of Taktsang is Tiger’s Nest in English. This monastery is built at a cave in cliff. It is a place where Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava) meditated. He (Guru Rinpoche) is the Buddhist Legend who also meditated in the Muktinath of Nepal. This artistically built monastery was built in a porch of a rock in eighth century. It is a popular and renowned pilgrimage site of Bhutanese people. It is said that Guru Rinpoche got here flying on the Tigress back and meditated for three months.
Furhtermore, the visit to Kinchu Temple will please you a lot. Renowned Tibetan King Tshrongchong Gampo built this temple along with other 108 temples. Legends say that demons disturbed the course of spreading Buddhism and to get rid of those demons the king built these temples.