Bhutan is the happiest small country sandwiched between two giant nations, known for its rich culture and heritage until its world stage. Discover the country's breath-taking natural beauty with our insightful representatives, sharing insights into each valley's culture, history, and lifestyle as you travel. On your journey, try to take an opportunity to explore the happiest country with happy people, balance your encounter and unique experiences with excitement, and adjust all the design itineraries as per our preferences.
Paro & Thimphu
Experience your flight enjoying beautiful Himalayan ranges and a smooth landing at Paro International airport. Begin your journey with an hour’s drive through the forested mountains dotted with legendary monasteries and temples route to the capital city of Bhutan. Slower your paced activities on your fast day as you adjust to the altitude. If you are feeling fine, explore the beautiful Thimphu city, the only city without traffic lights. Visit the National Institute of arts and crafts center, a folk heritage museum that offers insights into Bhutanese daily life in the past. Do not miss out on a visit to the impressive Tashi Chho Dzong. Overnight at the Hotel.
Enjoy the fantastic sunrise in the morning. Begin your sites by visiting the majestic Buddha Dordenma statue perched 170 feet overlooks the beautiful town of Thimphu. Next, continue your visit to the oldest Changangkha temple in Thimphu, with sweeping views across the valley. (The monastery can access by car or hike). Next, continue visiting the 16th-century monastic school of astrology (needed prior arrangements), followed by the textile museum. Finally, stopover at the National post office to make personal stamps with your photo before leaving the hotel. Overnight at the Hotel.
Begin your day enjoying the surrounding temples and places with our representatives. Then, kick off your journey to Paro valley, enjoying a scenic drive crossing through the famous chuzom bridge, which features Bhutanese, Tibetan, and Nepal architect stupas in the confluences of rivers. Reaching Paro, visit Paro Rinpong Dzong, “fortress with heaps of jewels” followed by the National Museum.
Continue your journey visiting the oldest 7th-century Kyichu Monastery and Dumtse Lhakhang. Overnight at the Hotel.
Your day begins with an energy-boosting breakfast before departing for Taktsang Goemba monastery, known as Tiger’s Nest. One of the most significant cultural icons of the Kingdom, this highly revered monastery was built on a sheer cliff face roughly 2,950 feet (900 meters) above Paro Valley and is visible from the valley floor. Hike up to the monastery with our representatives sharing legendary histories and backgrounds through the fantastic scenery of the pine forest. Descend back and explore beautiful Bhutanese architect decorated town and enjoy your time mingle with local people. Overnight at the Hotel.
After an early breakfast, finalized your packing and departed to Paro International Airport for your returns with many memories.