Day 1 : Arrival at Paro
Fly to Paro, Transfer to Thimphu (2300m â€“ 3 hours). Arrival at Paro at different times & since this is the first day of the tour, there are no other activities planned except for arrival at Paro and transfer to your hotel. The tiny town of Paro is bursting with color and tradition overlooked by a dramatic dzong. Fields cover most of the valley floor while hamlets and isolated farms dot the countryside – the houses here are considered to be among the most beautiful in the country. Paro is believed to be one of the first valleys to have received the imprint of Buddhism.
Day 2 : Thimpu
Today your visit at Thimphu where you see a curved building, the white walls had wooden windows sticking out of the walls. This place has admirable architecture and fantastic history.
Day 3 : Thimpu Sightseeing
This day sightseeing tour includes the Tag Dzong and watches tower for Rinpung Dzong. You can see the Trashichho dzong houses the secretariat, throne room, and offices of the King of Bhutan.
Day 4 : Drive to Punakha
Punakha Dzong is the winter residence of Bhutanâ€™s spiritual leader, the Head Abbot, and the Central Monastic Body. The Dzong is built between two rivers known as “”Phochu”” (Male River) and “”Mochu”” (Female River). It takes almost four hours to drive between the windswept town of Wangdue and Trongsa. Here you visit Eastern Himalayas where you enjoy kayaking or rafting in the clean and clear waters of Pho Chhu River. You experience Kayaking and Rafting in class-3 rapids.
Day 5 : Punakha – Bumthang
After early breakfast, set off on the road to Jakar. Here at this beautiful place and you will see the ‘castle of the white bird’. At this tour, you will see its picturesque location overlooking the Chokhor valley.
Day 6 : Bumthang – Paro
Drive back to Paro for nearby sightseeing. There is the ruins of Drugyal Dzong, a site of great historical significance. It was from this fortress that the Bhutanese repelled many Tibetan invasions. The name means the victorious Bhutanese. It offers a magnificent vista of Mount Chomolhari, “”Mountain of Goddess”” (7329 m). After that visit secluded wooded mixture of the Ugyen Pelri Palace was built by the Paro penlop, Tshering Penjor. You will see the five square chortens that were built in memory of the first king of Bhutan, Ugyen Wangchuck. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 7 : Departure from Paro
Transfer to airport. Fly back to home.