Have a short holiday and want to go somewhere that is a mystically beautiful place? Bhutan can be your perfect destination. This three nights four days trip of the mystical kingdom of Bhutan turns your short holidaying experience into an unforgettable one. This cultural and spiritual tour is perfectly designed to give a unique and incredible holiday experience to travelers with short traveling time. Starting from the magical town of Paro where you put your feet first into the spellbinding Bhutanese soil, the tour takes you to Thimpu, the modern capital city of Bhutan, for an incredible cultural experience. The tour will bring you some excellent opportunities to learn about Bhutanese culture and lifestyle. You will love the Buddhist spirituality that is reflected in the friendly Bhutanese hospitality. Visit some of the ancient and incredible Dzongs in Bhutan will leave you speechless with their impressive features. Exploration of local bazaars and other places will give you some insight about the Bhutanese lifestyle. Last but not the least of the Bhutanese wonders and highlight for this trip is a wonderful day hike to the spectacular Taktsang Monastery, the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery clinging on a cliff over the city of Paro.
Arrive at Paro by Druk Air or Bhutan Airlines flight. Go through all visa and customs procedures and come out of the airport. You will see our representative holding a placard with your name printed on it. After you meet our representative, you will travel to Thimpu, the amazing capital city of Bhutan.
After our arrival at a hotel in Thimpu, we will check into your hotel. Later we will go for a sightseeing tour of Thimpu in the afternoon. The sightseeing places for the afternoon include National Textile Museum where we will get deep insight into the colorful traditional textile weaving art with beautiful and intricately woven designs; Kuenselphodrang famously known as Buddha point to see the largest Buddha statue in Bhutan; Tashichhoe Dzong which is a mid-seventeenth century fortress; and Craft Bazar where we will see the Bhutanese culture and artistic craft works. Overnight in Hotel.
We will go for a half day sightseeing tour of Thimpu again after breakfast today. This half of the day will take us to the Centenary Farmer’s Market, Archery Stadium, Traditional Bhutanese Paper making factory, etc. We will see and learn a great deal about so many amazing Bhutanese cultural and artistic wonders.
Later in the afternoon, we drive to Paro and go for the sightseeing of attractions in the city. This half of the day will take us to amazing Paro Rinpung Dzong which is a 17th-century fortress, farmhouses to witness the Bhutanese farmers’ lifestyle. We will have some free time to walk around the market place in Paro. Overnight in Hotel.
We are going for an exciting day hike trip today starting after breakfast. The wonderful hiking trip to the breathtaking Paro Taktsang Monastery famously known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is an uphill walk of more or less 2.5 hours depending upon the pace. Once we are on the top, we can see a beautiful Buddhist monastery clinging to a cliff and also a breathtaking view of Paro valley. All the tiredness of the climb seems to disappear as the thrill of the view takes over us.
We hike back down to Cafeteria and stop for lunch. Later drive to back to Paro. On the way, we will make a short stop at Kyichu Temple, one of the 108 7th century temples built by Tibetan King Songsten Gampo. Overnight in Hotel.
We will drive you to the airport for your departure flight back home. We really hope this short trip meant something to you.
What is Included?
• All accommodations included within Nepal and Bhutan
• Full broad meals included in Bhutan
• Private transports
• Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu
• Professional English Speaking Tour Guides
• Airport Pick up and Drop
• Round trip airfare to Kathmandu-Bhutan-Kathmandu
• Travel Permits
• Bhutan visa fees
• Major monuments entrance fee in Bhutan
• Bhutan government royalties and fees
• City monument entrance fees in Kathmandu
What is Excluded?
• Personal travel insurance
• All personal items
• Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
• Tips for Guides and drivers
• Mountain and road rescue
• Nepal visa cost
• Any kind of table drinks, telephone bills, laundry, postage, etc.