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7 Days Authentic Bhutan Tour

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Special Tour 7 Days 6 Nights
Dubai - United Arab Emirates Bhutan

This 7 Days 6 Nights trip will take you into a different world of dragons and kings. The scenic views of jaw dropping Himalayan snowcapped mountains, alluring meadows & Hospitable Bhutanese people will keep you smiling the whole time, which will be quite a beautiful reminiscence after you get back to your homeland. You will be visiting Thimphu – The capital of Bhutan, Mesmerising Paro valley, Punakha- The place of hilarious phallus & Phobijkha – The valley of black necked cranes. Phobjikha will be the best part of your trip with the valley being filled with lush green meadows and floras especially rhododendrons which symbolises beauty, energy & love.

Day 1 Paro – Home to the international

Day 2 : Punkaha – The palace of Bliss

Day 3 : Phobjikha- The valley of Black necked cranes

Day 4 – Drive to Paro

Day 5 : Enchanting Paro Valley

Day 6 : Hiking Tigers Nest – the icon of Bhutan.

Day 7 : Departure

Punakha Dzong a fortress of Bhutan overlooking a river.

Day 1 Paro – Home to the international

Fly into Paro valley on any of our national carriers. You will have a glorious view of the snow-capped mountains from your window side. The remarkable and steep descent into the Paro valley is an awe-inspiring beginning to an adventure of a lifetime. Paro is the gateway to Bhutan, home to the only international airport.
This is where you begin your journey to the land of happiness. After visa formalities and collection of baggage, you will be greeted by the Bhutanese representative from Lucky Dragon Tours and Treks. On the first day, we will drive you to Thimphu, The capital of Bhutan. On the way you will get a glimpse of the crystal clear rivers and take a brief stop at the temple, crossing through an old cantilever bridge. You will be greeted by the gigantic Buddha statue of 169 ft. overlooking the Thimphu city. The panoramic view of the whole Thimphu city and hills never fails to cease viewer’s eyes. If you have more energy for more sightseeing, then your guide will take you to the Takin zoo. Takin is the national animal of Bhutan with the head of a goat and the body of a cow. After dinner, you can drive to Sangaygang to watch the night city lights from the top and you can also see the majestic Thimphu fort (dozing) with flooding lights capturing the hearts of many travellers.

Day 2 : Punkaha – The palace of Bliss

After breakfast, you will be driving to Punakha – the old capital. You will be greeted with glorious views of snow-capped mountains and the scenic beauty of Dochula pass. Dochula pass lies in the mid-way to Punakha from Thimphu at an altitude of 3,100 meters above sea level. The pass is a popular location among tourists as it offers a stunning 360degree panoramic view of the Himalayan mountain range. After reaching Punakha, you will visit the famous fertility temple walk around the rice fields and giggle at the paintings of Phallus on the traditional Bhutanese houses. Your guide will share a lot of stories of the divine madman, who visited Bhutan in the 14th century from Tibet. After lunch, you will be visiting the magnificent and tranquil Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Nunnery, which sits atop a hill and commands the view of the gorgeous Punakha valley and Wangduephodrang valley. Standing amidst the lush pine trees, this structure is a beautiful demonstration of the fine architecture and tradition of Bhutan. Your guide will take you to visit Punakha Dzong (fort) also known as the palace of bliss.
Before reaching there, you will find some fine spots, where you can take a panoramic picture of the fort for your #picoftheday collection.

Day 3 : Phobjikha- The valley of Black necked cranes

We will be driving to Phobjikha today and the drive will be around 3 hours
from Punakha. As drive down the valley, you will see many yak herders camp and nomad families at work. This place is also a paradise for bird lovers.. The valley of Gangtey is truly magnificent and a peaceful place and many call it the Shangri la of Bhutan. With a panoramic view of the valley and beautiful fauna especially during the spring, it’s a true Shangri la. When winter starts, Rare species of Black Necked Crane fly from Tibet to Gangtey and they even have a black-necked crane festival that starts around mid-November. You can also visit the Royal Society for Protection of Nature, also known as The Crane Centre, which displays material on the cranes and their.

Day 4 – Drive to Paro

We will be hiking the Gangtey Nature trail today. The trail leads from the old stupa near the Gangtey Temple and leads you to enjoy the natural beauty of Phobjikha Valley passing via picturesque farmhouses dotted about the fields and on the valley. The spectacular wetland valley is surrounded by mesmerizing landscape. After lunch, we will be driving to Paro – which will be around 5 hour drive passing by the oldest fort of Bhutan built in the 16th century. After reaching Paro, we can stroll around the town and explore the nightlife at some popular pubs with some good music.

Day 5 : Enchanting Paro Valley

The historical town of Paro lies at the centre of a valley rich in sacred sites and ancient buildings and forms part of the core of exceptional destinations in Bhutan. Home to the only international airport in the country, this pretty destination is covered with terraced paddy fields and quaint farmhouses scattered throughout the valley in the lower areas. In the upper reaches, coniferous forests
look down onto the beautiful Paro Chhu River, which snakes its way below.After breakfast in the morning, your guide will take you to visit Ta Dzong (watchtower), built in 1649 to protect the undefended Dzong and renovated in 1968 to house the National Museum. Later on, you can visit the majestic Paro Rinpung Dzong (fort) also known as fortress on a heap of jewels. This is the fort where the Hollywood movie “Little Buddha” staring Keanu reeves was shot. It once once served as the meeting hall for the National Assembly but now it houses both the monastic body and district government offices, including the local courts. This fort has been used on various occasions to protect Paro from the invasion of Tibet. Later on after lunch, You will visit Kichu Lhakhang (Temple) – The temple is one among the 108 temples built in a day in 7th century by the Tibetan Emperor Songtsen Gampo in order to subdue an ogress, who was thwarting the spread of Buddhism.

Day 6 Hiking Tigers Nest – the icon of Bhutan.

Today is the big day, hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest. No trip in Bhutan would be complete without the hike to Tigers Nest monastery. Shrouded in mystery and myths with stories of numerous miracles associated with the monastery. From great saints to famous Hollywood celebrities, not to forget the Prince of England to Princess of Japan have hiked to witness the hidden beauty of this icon of Bhutan, which is perched at the edge of a cliff at 3120m above sea level. The hike to the temple is an awe inspiring journey that will amaze you with its beauty and charm. With glorious views of Paro valley amid the hike to the entrance of the monastery with alluring waterfalls is a treat for you and your camera for a #picoftheday Instagram post.

 

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