Get glimpses of Bhutan in as you journey across the country exploring places of interest and getting connected to its way of life. We start from the west towards central and eastwards and back, driving across spectacular scenery and views. It also exposes you to the traditional arts and crafts and textiles of Bhutan.

Glimpse Of Bhutan

Glimpse Of Bhutan

Start by disembarking into a stunning landscape to glimpse of the Bhutan tour including Thimphu, Punakha, and Paro. Climb to the top of Paro’s Tiger’s Nest Monastery, learn about Bhutan’s culture, take in the stunning Himalayan scenery, explore Punakha’s Dzong, and go on a walk through pristine valleys on our Glimpses of Bhutan tour.

Day-1: arrival at paro/ Thimphu

Thimphu (about 65 kilometers/2 hours) Arrive in Paro and travel to Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital. Transfer to your hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day is yours to do as you please. Enjoy a pleasant walk in the valley in the evening. Thimphu is where you’ll spend the night.

Day-2: Thimphu/Punakha

Today, go sightseeing in Thimphu, including the BBS Tower, and get an overhead perspective of the Thimphu Valley. Visit Motithang mini zoo to see Takin which is Bhutan’s national animal. After that, go to the Anim Dratshang (Nunnery), the National Library, and the Paper Factory. Later in the afternoon, pay a visit to the Memorial Chorten, built in the memory of King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the third king of Bhutan. After that, pay a visit to the School of Art and Craft, Zangthopelri Lhakang, and the Handicrafts Emporium. Towards evening, proceed to Punakha, a valley surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks that served as Bhutan’s capital until 1955. Transfer to your hotel in Punakha when you arrive. Relax for the rest of the day.

Day-3: Punakha/Paro

This morning, go to Punakha Dzong, which was built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in the 17th century at the junction of the Po and Mo Chu rivers. The Dzong houses religious relics as well as Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel’s embalmed body. Later, travel to Paro, Bhutan’s most scenic valley, which served as the historical crossroads for two of the most important trading routes to Tibet. Overnight stay in Paro.

Day-4: Paro

In the morning, go sightseeing in Paro, including the ruined castle of Drukgyel Dzong, which served as a watchtower in the Paro valley during the Tibetan invasions from the north in the early 17th century. Then go to Taktsang Monastery, often known as the ‘Tiger’s Nest,’ which is located 3000 feet above the valley floor. Later in the afternoon, pay a visit to Paro Dzong, the National Museum, which is located in a historic watchtower and houses the world’s best collection of Thangka Paintings.

Day-5: Paro/Deputure

Today, travel to Paro Airport to catch a flight back to your homeland or next destination, bringing with you cherished memories to last a lifetime.

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    The Village lodge Bumthang

    Bumthang is a religious central hub, and one of the most desired tourist destinations in Bhutan.

    The Valley Camp Phobjikha

    The valley camp is a one of a kind retreat that offers cozy rooms and amenities.

    The Village Lodge Paro

    Paro is home to many fascinating things. Experience the relaxing lifestyle in the village.

    Taktsang Village Resort

    Paro has many highlights for tourists. One of the most beautiful of Bhutan’s valleys.

    We provide service for parties of all sizes.

    Enjoy our premium service whether you’re a solo traveler or coming with a group!

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    Things you should know

    The Daily USD 100 Sustainable Development (SDF) Fee.

    Foreign visitors to Bhutan must pay a sustainable fee of USD 100 per day.

    The Minimum Daily Package Rate (MDPR) has been removed.

    Tourists will be able to engage service providers directly and pay for their services accordingly.

    Which season to visit?

    The best time to visit the country is during the Spring and Autumn seasons. There are many festivals and sights to see during these times of the year.

    How to get here?

    There is one international airport in the country. Regular flights are conducted by the two airlines; Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. Contact us for more information on availability of flights to our country.

    Preparing for the weather

    Bhutan is a country that enjoys all four season of the year. Be sure to pack according to the season in which you intend to make your travel plans.

    Embrace the culture

    Prepare to embrace our culture while remembering to respect the way of life. Temples and Dzongs (Fortresses) require etiquette and proper dress codes.

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