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Landscape of Bhutan

A scenic tour through the lush valleys of Bhutan

Landscape of Bhutan

$1393 per person
10 Days 9 Nights

With approximately the size of Switzerland, and breathtaking landscapes of thick forests, patchwork paddy field, rugged mountains and lush valleys, Bhutan may be small but it has a lot to offer. Our “landscapes of Bhutan” journey takes you on the Himalayan roads to discover the mesmerizing sceneries and cultural richness of the country.

Highlights of the tour

∴ Set-off a 3 hours hike to Bhutan most iconic site, the Tiger’s Nest Monastery

∴ Join the local in a farm house for a traditional lunch

∴ Learn Bhutan fascinating history as you visit ancients fortresses and temples

∴ Visit the Chimmi Lhakhang, the fertility temple, housing the oldest wall painting of the country

∴ Visit the 5 major valleys of the country

Our “Landscapes of Bhutan” tour provides an exclusive journey through one of the world’s last frontiers of natural beauty. You will travel in comfort through the only surviving Himalayan Buddhist  Kingdom to enjoy  its remotes valleys, rivers, spectacular mountains, unique architecture and distinctive cultures.

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  • Departure/Return Location
    Paro, Bhutan
  • Included
    All Experiences, day-walks and visits
    All meals
    English Speaking Guide
    Private Car and driver
  • Not Included
    Departure Taxes if applicable
    Domestic and International Flight
    Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone bill, alcohol
    Sustainable Development Fee
    Tips for guide and driver
    Travel insurance

Tour Plan

Arrival in Paro - Transfer to Thimphu
On your first day, you'll get a glimpse of the forested mountains dotted with monasteries and temples on route to Thimphu, before visiting two of our most famous Landmark.
Thimphu city - today, you will explore the capital city more in depth, taking a look at the national library, the art school, the National institute of Traditional Medicine before taking an evening stroll to the impressive Buddha Dordenma
Thimphu to Gangtey
Today's program will take you to the pictureste Dochu La pass before reaching the quaint city of Gangtey. On arrival you will have time for a casual stroll through Gangtey before visiting the ancient altars and ramparts of the massive Gangtey Goemba, sitting at the head of the valley.
Gangtey to Bumthang
We continue deeper into Bhutan to reach the auspicious and revered valley of Bumthang. We will stop in the way in Trongza , the original home of the royal family where you can visit the imposing dzong, overlooking the depth of the valley. After crossing the Yotong La pass, we arrive into the Chhume Valley, home to the famous Yathra Weaving.
Bumthang and its surroundings
On the fifth day, we explore the mystic valley of Bumthang in Depth. The tour will take you to visits many centuries old monastery, as well its more modern factories where you can try local liquors.
Bumthang to Punakha
Today we start driving back to the warm valley of Punakha, home to many cultivations and former administrative and religious nerve of Bhutan
Punakha and its surrounding
Your exploration of the Punakha valley will take you on short hike to the Khamsun Yuelley Temple, before taking you to the majestic Punakha Dzong
Punakha to Paro
Today, we reach our final destination, Paro City. Before reaching the city, you will take a short walk to the Tachogang Lhakhang temple. The hike will take you across the oldest iron bridge of the country. We will continue to the Kyichu Lhakhang, a twin temple dating from the 7th century.
Paro - Tiger's Nest
A 3 hours hike will take you to Bhutan most famous monastery, the Tiger Nest. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a traditional hot stone bath to rest weary muscles and unwind after the excursion. In the evening, you will enjoy a cultural program while dining.
This morning, you bid farewell to Bhutan. Your guide and driver will take you back to Paro airport for your flight home.
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