• Adventure Trekking Tour

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Day 1: Arrive in Paro
On arrival at Paro airport, you are received by our representative and transfer to the hotel. Take a stroll around town’s main street.

Day 2: Paro Tour
Take an excursion to Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest. It is believed that Guru Rimpoche, the father of the Bhutanese strain of Mahayana Buddhism, arrived here on the back of a tigress and meditated at this monastery. Taktsang was severely damaged by fire in year 1998 and now has been restored in its original grandeur. After lunch, visit Ta Dzong, the National Museum. The museum collection includes ancient Bhutanese art and artifacts, weapons and country’s exquisite postage stamps. Then walk down the trail to visit Rinpung Dzong situated at commanding height, overlooking Paro valley. This Dzong is symbolic as the religious and secular centre of all affairs of the valley. Visit a traditional farm house to get an idea on lifestyle of local people. Spend overnight at the hotel in Paro.

Day 3: Paro - Punakha (125 km, 4 hours)
After breakfast drive to ruins of Drukgyel Dzong. From this fortress, Bhutanese repelled several invading Tibetan armies during the 17th century. Visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and most sacred temples of the Kingdom, reflecting the introduction of Buddhism in Bhutan. After that drive to Punakha across Dochula pass (3,080m) which heralds the most enchanting views of Bhutan.

Until 1955, Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan and still it is the winter seat of Je Khenpo. Visit Punakha Dzong built in 17th century at the junction of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers. It has been destroyed by four fires and an earthquake in 1897 and has frequently been devastated by flood water coming from the great northern glaciers. The Dzong has now been fully restored to its original splendor. Visit local market in the evening.  

Day 4: Punakha - Wangduephodrang - Thimphu (90 km, 3 hours)
After breakfast, drive to Wangduephodrang. The last town in the young lama Bhutan west before arriving at the central region of Bhutan, Wangdue is typical small Bhutanese town. The town formidable Dzong is its most visible feature. In the 17th century Wangdue played a critical role in unifying the western, central and southern Bhutanese districts.

After lunch, drive to Thimphu, small charming city sandwiched in the heart of Himalayas. The charm of Thimpu is not only embedded in its wealth of museums or places of historic interest but visitors must wander along the main street and into shops, all of which are decorated in traditional style. Evening is at leisure. 

Day 5: Thimphu Tour
Visit Trashichhoedzong, situated on the banks of Wang Chhu. It is home of the National Assembly and the summer residence of capital venerated monastic community. The Dzong is the impressive result of a redesign of the original medieval structure sanctioned by the Third King, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, when he moved Bhutan permanent capital to Thimphu.

Bhutan National Library is located close to the Thangkha painting school and contains arguably the best collection of religious and historic literature in the Himalayas. The Textile and Folk Heritage Museum opened in year 2001 is fascinating testimony of the Bhutanese material culture and living traditions. The Memorial Chhorten, a pious landmark for Thimphu residents, was erected in 1974 by the mother of Third King, in memory of her son. Visit Handicrafts Emporium which displays wide assortment of beautifully hand-woven and crafted products.

Day 6: Thimphu - Phuentsholing (179 km, 6 hours)
Drive to Phuentsholing enroute visit Simtokha Dzong, the oldest fortress of the Kingdom built in 1627, which now houses the School for Buddhist studies. Thimphu to Phuentsholing road was built in

1962 by Dantak, the Indian Border road organization. The drive on this route is very pleasant with numerous scenic spots en route.

Just before, arriving Phuentsholing, visit Kharbandi Goemba, the monastery built in 1967. It houses the large and attractive statues of Sakyamuni, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and Guru Rinpoche. 

Day 7: Exit to Darjeeling/Sikkim.
After breakfast we leave Phuentsholing for onward tour.

Cost Includes

  • Airport Receive and departure transfer
  • Personal guide & driver with private vehicle or minibus.
  • All touring & transfers throughout your journey.
  • Standard Hotel Accommodation with private bathrooms.
  • All meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • All entrance fees & sightseeing.
  • Bhutan Government royalties & taxes.
  • When trekking tented campsites replace hotels.
  • When trekking additional support crew and ponies are included.

Cost Excludes

  • Bhutan visa fees.
  • Flight Cost like Kath/Paro/Kath
  • Expenses of personal nature like shopping souvenir, drinks, telephone, and internet
  • Tips for guide and driver.
  • Travel Insurance

Note:The daily tarrif per night for both the high season and the low season is set by the government of Bhutan. In addition; there is a government surcharge per night for individual travelers and for groups of two. For group of three or more there is no government surcharge.

Tourist high season rate: March to May and Sep to Nov.

1 pax group: USD 250 per night per person + surcharge of USD 40/night/person.

2 pax group: USD 250 per night per person + surcharge of USD 30/night/person

3 pax group and above: USD 250 per night per person, no surcharge.

Tourist low season rate: December to February and June to August.

1 pax group: USD 200 per night per person + surcharge of USD 40/night/person.

2 pax group: USD 200 per night per person + surcharge of USD 30/night/person

3 pax group and above: USD 200 per night per person, no surcharge.