Tour Code: 17 Tour Type: Standard
3 Nights,4 Days
Minimum person: 2
Maximum person: 36
Visa Asst: N/A
Payment method: Online/EMI/Bank/COD/Card
Help line: 09666770066
2-star equivalent accomodations
All meals as described in itineraries
Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private car / van / bus 3 Nights hotel stay at 2 star equivalent property as specified in the appropriate itinerary Certain meals as described in daily itinerary meals section
Guided city tours if applicable by private car / van / bus .
Return air ticket Personal expenses Tips Visa expenses (if required)
Tourists will be received at Paro Airport. Schedule for visiting the Museum & Airport View Point. Arrival at Thimphu Hotel (It will be a 1.5 hours scenic drive). Lunch Break. Schedule for visit the Archery Ground, Memorial Chorten. Strolling/ Shopping/ Own time. Night at Thimphu Hotel.
Breakfast. Schedule for visit the Zoo, Sangay view point/ BBS Tower & ZigmeyDoorje National Park/ Cherry Monastery. Drive back to the City & on the way to the City, visit the Stupa. At afternoon Schedule for visit the SAARC Building, TashichoDzong&Dachen Lam. Schedule for enjoying the Thimphu nightlife. Night halt at Hotel/ Resort at Thimphu.
Breakfast. Schedule for visit the Takshang Monastery from valley floor, Drukyal Dzong & Kicho Monastery. Lunch Break. Schedule for Visit the ParoDzong. Evening own time. Night halt at Hotel/ Resort at Paro.
Bhutan officially the Kingdom of Bhutan, is a sovereign state in South Asia. A landlocked country in the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan borders China to the north and India to the south, east and west. To the west, it is separated from Nepal by the Indian state of Sikkim; and further south it is separated from Bangladesh by the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal. Bhutan's capital and largest city is Thimphu.
Along with Mongolia, Bhutan is one of two countries where the Vajrayana sect of Buddhism is dominant. The King of Bhutan is known as the Druk Gyalpo, meaning the "Thunder Dragon King". The country's landscape ranges from lush subtropical plains in the south to the sub-alpine Himalayan mountains in the north, where there are peaks in excess of 7,000 metres (23,000 ft). The highest mountain in Bhutan is the Gangkhar Puensum.
Bhutan enjoyed strong cultural links with Tibet and was located on the Silk Road between China and the Indian subcontinent. Its territory was composed of minor warring fiefs until the early 17th century. At the time the lama and military leader Ngawang Namgyal, the first Zhabdrung Rinpoche, unified the area and cultivated a distinct Bhutanese identity.