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5 Nights / 6 Days
Paro
Bhutan, Thimphu, Wangdue / Punakha, Paro
Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

Day 1 ARRIVIAL AT PARO & TRANSFER TO THIMPU

Meet & greet upon on an arrival at Paro Airport, our representative he will assist you to board your vehicle & you will be transferred to Thimphu (60 KMS / 02 HRS / 7000Fts) post Immigration formalities. Thimpu is the capital of Bhutan. Thimphu lies in a beautiful valley, sprawling up a hillside on the west bank of the Thimphu Chhu River and has a total area of about 1,809 sq. kms. Evening at your own leisure. Visitors can enjoy relaxing walk in the valley at evening. Be sure to sink your teeth into momo kopi, steam dumplings filled with finely chopped cabbage, onions, cheese and butter. Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu.

Day 2THIMPHU CITY TOUR

After breakfast go for morning sightseeing, visit the Indigenous Hospital where traditional old art of healing is still practiced, Art & Craft school, National Library, Royal goldsmith workshop and Handicraft centers. Have a sumptuous lunch. In the afternoon visit the Memorial Chorten built in the memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, 15th Century Changangkha monastery, Motithang mini zoo to see the rare “Takin” national animal of Bhutan and drive further down with good view of the Thimphu valley. Visit the new Drupthob nunnery temple. Evening at your own leisure. Overnight in Thimphu.

Day 3EARLY MORNING TRANSFER TO WANGDUE/PUNKAHA VIA DOCHU LA PASS

Morning drive to Wangduephodrang (70 kms/2.30 hrs) with a stop en route for tea at Dochu La Pass (3,100 meters), where on a clear day you can get spectacular views of the Himalayas. In Wangdue, stop at Mehsina village & visit Chime Lhakhang – The Temple of Fertility built in 15th century by Lama Drukpa Kinley. (This monk is popularly known as the Devine madman for his philosophy, “Salvation through sex”). Afternoon drive to Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan, and visit Punakha Dzong, which is noteworthy both for being one of the most beautiful dzongs in Bhutan and also for having been built by the first Shabdrung in 1637. Overnight in Punakha.

Day 4TRANSFER TO PARO

After breakfast transfer to Paro, covering some Sightseeing on the way. Every turn on the way comes with surprise and scenic view of the mountain and nature. Visit the historic ruins of the Drukgyal Dzong, built in 1647. Paro‟s Main Street features shops on both sides, all crammed with brasswares, silk and cotton scarves, incense sticks, silver filigree jewellery, gho (Bhutanese National Dress for Men) which can be matched with elaborately embroidered boots, kira (wrap-around sarong worn for Bhutanese Women) and prayer flags that one could string across any open space to seek blessings for loved ones and friends. Evening at leisure. Overnight in Paro.

Day 5PARO SIGHTSEEING

After breakfast start local sightseeing Visit Taktsang Tiger Nest Monastery. Then proceed to TA Dzong (National Museum), Ringpung Dzong & Kyichu Lakhang. Evening free at leisure Overnight stay in Paro.

Day 6DROP TO PARO AIRPORT

After breakfast check out from Hotel & transfer to Paro Airport for onward journe. Tour end with sweet memories.

Inclusions

Meet & Assist on arrival.

Accommodation on Twin/ DBL Sharing Basis. (01 DBL Rooms + 01 EXTRA MATTRESS)

Meal plan MAP (BED + BREAKFAST + DINNER at Hotel only).

Exclusive 01 Non Ac SUV CAR / Similar vehicle for transfers & sightseeing.

Please brief to guest that vehicle will not be at disposal & it will be available to guest as per itinerary only (point to point basis).

All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary).

Exclusions
  • Airfare & Taxes

  • Any increase in Govt. taxes, Fuel price and any applicability of new taxes from the govt.

  • Any up gradation in hotel room category

  • Any meals other than specified above

  • Any sightseeing other than mentioned above

  • Any Entrance fees or Fees for video or camera permit

  • Any item of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls etc

  • GST will be applicable on total invoice

Notes
  • The above prices are valid for limited period only

  • High season surcharges will be applicable

  • The Rate of Exchange (R.O.E) will be the prevailing rate on the day/date of booking

  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice

  • Rooms/Seats are subject to availability at the time of booking. Kindly note that the drivers are not guides

  • Confirmation of Hotels and other services is subject to availability

  • International hotel check in is 1400hrs and checkout would be 1000hrs

  • Early check in and late checkout subject to availability. Itineraries are subject  to change

  • Cancellation charges applicable as per company policy

  • In case we are not able to provide the same hotels as mentioned, then we shall provide similar alternate properties, change in the cost if any will be advised

  • Passport copies of all the passengers are must to initiate the booking

  • We will not be liable for claims or expenses arising from circumstances beyond our control such as accidents, injuries delayed or cancelled flights & acts or forces of nature

  • DO’S IN BHUTAN ARE BELOW

    Although Bhutan welcomes foreigners these days especially for those on their last minute all inclusive holidays, the country is extremely conscious regarding its culture.

    The greeting in the Bhutanese language Dzonkha for hello is Kuzu Zangpola, and says Tashi Delek for good bye or good luck.

    All the citizens, except India and Bangladesh, need VISA to enter into Bhutan.

    VISA should be applied minimum 30 days before you plan to visit Bhutan.

    One need s Route Permits to travel in Bhutan and this is provided by the Immigration office at Thimphu.

    Either carry Nu (Bhutan’s currency) or INR (Indian Rupees).Both is accepted in Bhutan, though 500 and 1000 Indian rupee notes might not be as easily accepted.

    Use right hand while giving or receiving something. Pass the holy sites keeping them on your right side.

    US dollars are pretty widely accepted in Bhutan, but you are still advised to exchange some of your currency to Bhutan’s currency i.e. ngultrum (Nu) or Indian Rupee for buying small items and for the really remote places. There are not many ATM machines nearby except major cities like Thimphu, where also international ATM/credit cards might or might not work.

    Do bring MasterCard – NOT Visa or other credit cards. Banks, ATM’s will NOT give cash on a Visa credit card in Thimphu or Paro and other areas as well and only a few merchants will take credit cards.

    DON’T’S IN BHUTAN ARE BELOW

    Tobacco is absolutely prohibited in Bhutan. The tourists might use it, but extra care should be taken. Selling or giving tobacco to the locals is also a crime.

    Make sure you take off your footwear before you enter into any religious place.

    You are advised to dress discretely and modestly in Bhutan. If you’re visiting any Bhutanese temple (Tsechu), they’d admire you if you wear their national dress gho & kira. Also make some donation to Tsechu.

    Foreign nationals are not permitted to carry Indian rupees across the border to and from India.

    Buying and selling of antiques is strictly forbidden in Bhutan.

    Don’t jump to give toys or treats to children in exchange for photo offers. Locals are careful not to breed a generation of children who beg tourists, as happens – but adults likely will not object out loud out of politeness.

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