WHY TO VISIT BHUTAN?
Bhutan, where the time stands still, the nature and religion combine and maintain the tiny Buddhist kingdom as the last Shangri-la. Sandwiched between China and India, Bhutan is the pearl of the Himalayas. From the magic of the Himalayan Mountains to the traditional Buddhist temples and culture, Bhutan is as enchanting as it is beautiful.
One distinct landscape drops to the next before finally descending to the jungle and grasslands of the southern plains. To those people who have accustomed to this domain of extremes and have always led their life with the principles of Mahayana Buddhism, Bhutan is a paradise on earth where respect for life, in all its many incarnations, endures like the land itself explore the place that has not been discovered by the masses yet and modernism has not touched its root. Bhutan is inhabited by remarkably friendly people. Bhutan has long been secluded form the rest of the world for centuries.
Its rich heritage, pristine environment and stunning way of life make one of the most exclusive and sought-after destinations on the earth. Visit to experience the charm and magic of world’s mysterious country-the “last Shangri-la”.
When is the best time to visit?
Autumn is the best season (October to December) offer clear and fresh air, sunny skies and warmer weather so autumn is the ideal time to visit Bhutan. January and February are colder but from then until April the climate remains dry and pleasant and in late spring the famous Rhododendrons blooms spectacularly, flooding the valleys with color.
Our Seven days Bhutan tour begins from arrival at Paro International Airport. You will visit Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang temple at Paro valley (2,195). The monasteries are representative it glory of history, culture and it’s significant. Meanwhile you will hike to the Taksang (Tibger Nest) monastery. The monastery itself is remarkable places and you have amazing views of Paro valley from here. Then you will drive to capital city Thimpu, the king memorial chhorten, nunnery temple, mini-zoo, National institute of Traditional Medicine, folk heritage museum and the majestic Tashicho Dzong (fortress) are main attraction of sightseeing.
The 7-day Paro to Phuentsokling Journey begins in the scenic Paro valley with a visit to RInpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang temple. The amazing 7-days tour ends in Phuentsholing (293m), this is border and flourishing commercial center on the northern edge of the India and you will back to Paro international airport about five-six hours drive via Thimphu. Phunentsoholing is showcases a mix of Bhutanese, Nepalese and Indian culture. If you like to visit Bhutan from India, you can reach Phuentsholing from Sikkim, Dargeeling and Bagdogra airmport in west bengal . We at the Destination Holiday Treks and Expedition is glad to organize your one week Bhutan trip by expert local Guide and staff according to your requirements.
|Maximum Altitude:||2,350 meters|
|Best Season:||Spring & Autumn|
|Group Size:||1 – 15 people|
Day 1 : Fly to Paro (2,250m) 2-to 3 hours sightseeing in Paro
Day 2 : Drive Paro to Thimphu (2,320m) 3 an hours, hiking to Taksang Monastery
Day 3 : Full day Sightseeing in Thimphu
Day 4 : Thumphu to Punakh (1,300m).
Day 5 : Punaka to Gangtey (2,900m) and back to Punakha (1,300m).
Day 6 : Drive Punakha to Phuentsholing (293m) 5 to 6 hours
Day 7 : Final Departure your destination