The Flight to Paro gives you a breathtaking with views of Major Himalaya peaks such as Everest,
Kanchenjunga and Makalu, and Bhutan’s own snowy peaks, the sacred Jomolhari, Jichu Drake and Tsherimgang on a clear day.
As you enter Paro valley, you will sweep past forested hills with the silvery Pa Chu (Paro river)
meandering down the valley below. Paro Dzong (fortress) and Ta Dzong (watchtower) on the hills above the town will be a fine sight.
Upon arrival into Paro, and completing your visa & customs formalities, a representative of Bhutan Entire Season Traveler will be there to receive you as you exit the Airport.
###Begin your journey to Haa (via Chelela Pass) (13,083 feet) through blue pine & rhododendron
forest. Our team will stop at Chelela pass, the highest motorable pass in Bhutan for you to have a superb view of the majestic Mt. Jomolhari (24,035 feet) & Jichu Drakey (22,930 feet).
###Upon arrival in HAA, you will check into the Hotel at Haa. (Overnight at hotel in Haa).
###You will begin the day early by exploring the Haa Valley by foot, visiting Wangcha Village to
get a glimpse of rural life in Bhutan.
After lunch in Haa
###Drive to Thimphu, approximately of 3 hours. Upon arrival in Thimphu, explore the town by
foot and indulge in some handicraft shopping. (Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu).
###You will embark on a leisurely hour-long walk to the 18 Century Wangditse monastery,
situated atop Thimphu.
###On your way back from Wangditse, stop by the Motithang Takin Preserve to see the Takin,
Bhutan’s National Animal.
###There is much to do in Thimphu - you can visit key cultural sites such as the Tashichho dong, Memorial Chorten, Textile Museum, Handmade Paper Factory, National Library, the Zorig Chusum Art School and the Folk Heritage Center.
After lunch you will continue to visit many of Thimphu cultural heritage sites.
### Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu.
### You will start your morning by visiting the Buddha Dordenma Statue, this massive statue of
Buddha Shakyamuni measures in at a height of 51.5 meters, making it one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world. The statue is made of bronze and is gilded in gold. The Buddha Dordenma is located atop a hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park and overlooks the Southern entrance to Thimphu Valley.
###You will then depart for Punakha, The Ethereal Ancient Capital. The drive will take about 3 hours. En-route you will stop by the Dochula Pass (10,100 feet), it offers a stunning 360-degree panoramic view of Bhutanese Himalayan range. The view is especially scenic on clear day with snow capped mountains forming a majestic backdrop to the tranquility of the 108 Druk Wangyal Chortens gracing the
You will have lunch at Punakha. After Lunch you will visit
###Punakha Dzong, the most spectacular Dzong in Bhutan, built at the confluence of the Mo
Chhu (Female River) and Pho Chhu (Male River) in 1637. This huge fortress/monastery was the national capital until 1966 and is the place where the country’s kings have been crowned and the site for the 5th King’s Royal Wedding in October 2011. (Overnight at hotel in Punakha).
After Breakfast you will have a
###Hike to Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, built by Her Majesty the Queen Mother, this
temple is dedicated for her son Druk Gyalpo, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk and for the well being of the kingdom and the benefit of all sentient beings. Khamsum Yulley stands majestically on a strategic ridge above the Punakha valley and holds an example of Bhutan’s fine architectural and artistic traditions
and the only one of its kind in the world.
After lunch our team will take you to visit
###Chimi Lhakhang (popularly known for fertility temple) and learn about Bhutan’s most beloved
saint, Drukpa Kinley, the Divine Madman with rest of the afternoon a tour around the village in
Punakha. (Overnight at hotel in Punakha)
Payment Procedure Tour Programs booked and subsequently cancelled shall be subject to cancellation charges as follows:
There is no charge for delays in arrival and departure because of weather conditions disrupting flights or road blocks. The tourist must however bear the cost of food, accommodation, transportation, and other services required.