Holiday Package


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Day 01: Arrive Paro

On your voyage to Paro, the all encompassing perspectives of the Himalayas are electrifying, including the Everest and different well known Himalayan Peaks. The methodology through the Bhutanese foothills and the arrival, including a couple steep swings to arrive at the small airstrip of Paro turns out to be all the more energizing as you enter Bhutan.

After lunch, sightseeing includes;

Rinpung Dzong: Meaning “post of the load of gems”. The dzong now serves as the managerial and legal seat of Paro area and living arrangement for around (200 – two hundred) ministers of Paro and was worked in the meantime of Drukgyel Dzong. The renowned Paro tshechhu (celebration) is held here in spring.

Ta Dzong: It disregards the Rimpung Dzong and was implicit 1951 as a watch tower. This dzong is Round, more like parts of a European manor. The Dzong was set up as the National Museum of Bhutan since 1967 and holds captivating accumulation of expressions, relics, religious thangkha etc.


 Day 02: Paro – Haa Sightseeing

After breakfast, drive to Haa. In transit stop at Chelela Pass to see higher Himalayas and for photography. The spot has amazing photographic open doors.

Chelela Pass:It is the most astounding point between the Haa valley and Paro valley at a height of 3810 meters. The spot likewise gives great perspective down towards the Haa valley. Loads of petition banners vacillate in the spot.

Haa Valley and places to visit in Haa: Haa valley was known for its animist custom amid the pre-Buddhist time. Tenants of Haa then thought offering creature blood to their neighborhood divinities. In any case, after the visit of the tantric expert, Guru Padmasambhava, in the eighth century the occupants were changed into serene Buddhist. Master Padmasambhava, stifled the neighborhood gods, for example, Ap Chundu and made them the watchmen of the Buddhist convention.

Opened to remote visitor just in the year (2002), it is a socially rich valley. A couple of popular spots to visit are:

tuary at the foothills of an adored three charitable mountains known as Meri Puensum. The amazing yearly Haa Tshechu is additionally performed here at Lhakhang Karpo on the eighth tentSeventh century Lhakhang Karpo (White sanctuary) & Lhakhang Nagpo (Black sanch day of the eighth Bhutanese month.

The Haa Wangchuklo Dzong worked in 1915 after the Dumchog Dzong was leveled to the ground by flame merits going by.

The valley is likewise unparalleled in Bhutan as far as the assorted qualities of the society, legends and shamanistic customs. The shamanistic customs is distinctively polished in every one of the groups, most eminent of which is the yearly function to respect Ap Chundu, the watchman god of the valley. The valley is additionally a heaven for nature significant others and going there is an extremely remunerating knowledge.


Day 03: Haa – Thimphu Sightseeing

After breakfast drive to Thimphu (Capital of Bhutan). Thimphu is the political, social and spiritual heart of the nation and although this is Bhutan’s most modern city, it has retained the unique character of a Bhutanese town.

After Lunch visit Tashichho Dzong (the administrative headquarters of Bhutan), Folk Heritage Museum:

Dinner and overnight stay at hotel in Thimphu.


Day 04: Thimphu – Paro

After breakfast, sightseeing in Thimphu includes;

Kuenselphodrang: A spot for invigorating with an immense statue of Buddha on the highest point of Kuenselphodrang.

National Memorial Chorten: This Chorten was implicit the honor of the Third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, otherwise called “The Father of Modern Bhutan”. This Chorten is additionally a focal point of love for the general population living in Thimphu and contains numerous religious depictions and tantric statues.

Textile Museum: This Textile Museum is worked by the National Commission for Cultural Affairs of Bhutan. The Museum was built up in the year 2001 and has a decent accumulation of selective and antique Bhutanese material ancient rarities. The exhibition hall was set up with a goal to elevate and urge weavers to keep weaving of conventional Bhutanese material, Promote Bhutan in the field of material craftsmanship and to protect and advance the history and custom of Bhutan

Evening drive to Paro.

Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel in Paro


Day 05: Paro Sightseeing

Begin your day with a climb to the habitation divine beings and ministers would be an entirely decent begins

Achieving the top should be justified regardless of the trip; the touch of the Himalayan breeze and perspectives of the valley beneath and sanctuary on the rough precipice might interest and should give you a chance to feel the genuine flexibility of psyche and satisfaction

Taktshang Monastery; the essential lhakhang was manufactured encompassing Guru Rimpoche’s Meditation collapse the 1684 by Gyaltse Tenzin Rabgay. This unfathomable cloister sticks to the edge of a sheer Rock precipice that dives 900 meters into the valley underneath. Legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava flew here on the back of a tigress. It is an a few hours journey tough; in any case, one feels really honored achieving the cloister.

Drukgyel Dzong: This dzong is in remnants now. The Dzong was obliterated by flame in 1951 and is currently protected as legacy site. The Dzong is arranged in Drukgyal, neglecting the lovely town with Mount Jhomolhari out of sight.

Kyichu Lhakhang: This sanctuary is one of the most seasoned buddhist sanctuary in Bhutan. The Tibetan King, Songtsen Gompo, to bless the whole area of Himalaya, in the seventh century phenomenally assembled 108 sanctuaries.


Day 06: Departure, drive to Paro airport for your onward flight


per person
Include in this package

  1. Dedicated English speaking tour guide
  2. Dedicated tour vehicle and driver
  3. 3-star accommodation (twin sharing)
  4. Daily 3 meals (B/L/D)
  5. Airport transfers
  6. Bottled water

Not include in this package

  1. Flights to and from Bhutan
  2. Personal expense/shopping
  3. Alcoholic Beverages
  4. 4 or 5 star accommodation (extra charges will apply)
  5. Travel insurance
  6. Tips for guide and driver