4 Nights and 5 Days

Day 01: Arrive Paro:

Drive to Thimphu(Distance-55km/Time:1.5 hrs.
You will be received at the Paro airport by our company representative. Drive in town stop for tea and continue sightseeing visiting the Paro Dzong, ancient castle fortress built in 1645; it houses the Paro monastic body and office of Paro district civil authority. Drive to Thimphu check in hotel rest for some time. In the evening walk around the Thimphu city. Overnight in the hotel.BDL.

Day 02: Thimphu sightseeing-Drive to Punakha(72 km/Time:2-3 hrs)

Following your breakfast, visit the Memorial Stupa built in memory of the late third king of Bhutan, Visit kuenselphodrang to see the big statue of Buddha, , Takins(national animal of Bhutan) zoo. Thimphu view point. Then visit: Zilukha Nunnery, one of the very few monasteries for female monks still in existence, Traditional School of Arts and Craft. After lunch drive to Punakha/Wangdi valley). The drive will take you via the Dochula pass (3150 mtrs. altitude). The Punakha valley is the winter resident of Chief Abbot and the monks. A wide range of the east Himalayan ranges are visible from the pass on a clear day. Stop on the pass to take beautiful picture. And also on the pass, you will see the 108 Druk Wangyel Stupa built by one of the queen mothers of Bhutan. Continued drive down the hill through temperate forest of rhododendron & magnolia bloom in spring then semi-tropical zone where orange, banana trees and cactuses are found. In Punakha visit the Punakha Dzong (ancient castle fortress built 1637).Overnight in Hotel.BDL.

Day 03: Punakha – paro (Distance 173 km/4 to 5 hr drive)

On the way take a short hike to Chimi Lhakhang One of the famous temple in Bhutan. Passing through village houses and rice fields. Chimi Lhakhang is a special temple for sterile women; a place of worship for fertility and by visiting this you will know about his unorthodox teachings. The lama is known as the Lama Drukpa kuenley and called the divine mad man. His sexual nature and jokes were to be a very unique of spreading the religion to the local communities. Continue the drive to paro stop for lunch at Dochula pass.In the evening make a visit to farm house to experience the village life and try playing traditional game and enjoy the Bhutanese culture programe. Overnight in the hotel.BDL

Day 04: Paro: Morning Hike to Taktsang:

Drive to famed Taktsang (Tiger’s lair) monastery. Taktsang monastery is located on the face of a 900m seemingly impossible sheer, vertical cliff, above Paro valley.The trail begins near the Satsam (2650m) and climbs steeply uphill to the Cafeteria (2,940m), an area of exposed ridge with panoramic view of Takstang. This takes little more than an hour. (Ponies are provided on request to ride up till this Cafeteria, but rest of way, including return downhill must be on foot.) You can get a good view from the Cafeteria or hike further uphill for another hour or so to the temple itself. There are several other temples and sites within the vicinity. Lunch is served at the tea house. The return trek to the road head is quite steep downhill, where you will be met by the transport. Afternoon relax in the hotel. In the evening experience the Bhutanese traditional hot stone bath.BDL

Day 05: Paro:Departure.

In the morning your Tour guide will bid you farewell at Paro Airport.B

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