Bhutan is considered as the Kingdom in the clouds with endowment of all kind of Flora & Fauna. The country has well preserved culture and tradition among different ethnic communities residing in different parts of the country. People are friendly and generous
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01: Arrive In Paro International Airport
On arrival you will be greeted by our representatives and transfer to your hotel.
In the afternoon you will get to visit the great edifice (Paro Dzong) which was constructed in the year 1644 for religious institution, government offices. You will also visit the National museum (watch tower for the Dzong). Now it is a house for the collection of fine arts, paintings, thankas and antiques.
Drugyal Dzong( Ruined Fortress)
And also we will take you to Drugyal Dzong (a ruin fortress). Although it is ruined, but it is of great historic importance to the Bhutanese because it was the place where the Bhutanese had finally defeated the Tibetan invaders and drove them back.
You will also get to see the Mount Jomolhari (mountain of goddesses) on a clear day.
In the evening, explore Paro town and overnight stay in Paro.
Rinpung Dzong is a large Drukpa Kagyu Buddhist monastery and fortress in Paro District in Bhutan. It houses the district Monastic Body and government administrative offices of...
Day 02: Transfer To Thimphu (Approximately 1 Drive)
In the morning after breakfast we will take you to Thimphu (capital city of Bhutan). It takes approximately one and half hours drive following the two rivers; pa chhu and wang chhu.
Thimphu city is a home to our royal families, head offices for ministries, agencies, pvt. firms. It is also the most populated place in the kingdom.
Thimphu Dzong (Fortress)
On reaching to Thimphu you will be taken to your hotel and explore Thimphu city. After lunch visit to Tashichhoe Dzong: summer residence of the chief abbot and the central monk body and also the main secretariat building which houses the throne room of His Majesty the King.
Visit to National Memorial chorten which was originally envisaged by Bhutan’s third king His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck as a monument to world peace and prosperity.
In the evening we will drive you to kuenselphodrang to view the worlds largest and the tallest statue of Lord Buddha. The 169-feet bronze statue symbolizes indestructibility. Back to the city we will lead you to explore some cottage industries and shopping mall.