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Enjoy a 3-night tour of Bhutan that takes in the highlights of Paro and Thimpu. Learn about the history, religion and cultural traditions of Bhutan as you visit the majestic Paro Dzong (Rimpung Dzong), and browse the exhibits at the National Museum, which is housed in an old watchtower (ta dzong). Drive to Thimpu to see Kuensel Phodrang (Bhuddha Point), the monastery of Tashichho Dzong, the Folk Heritage Museum and more. Then return to Paro where you hike to the breathtaking Taktshang Goemba (Tiger's Nest Monastery).
If you're short on time but want to get the most out of your trip to Bhutan, book this guided 3-night excursion from Paro. It's packed with visits to medieval fortresses, museums, and marketplaces as well as Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan's western valleys and temples in the Himalayas. Hike to the clifftop Taktsang Monastery and upgrade to include options like a cooking class or mediation session guided by a local monk.
Perfect for discerning travellers with limited time frame to getaway from busy materialistic city life into the pristine natural environment, stunning landscapes and get pampered with Bhutanese hospitality. This 4 Days 3 Nights journey will take you to remote monasteries and encounter the mindful Buddhist way of life that earned the country its nickname ‘Kingdom of Happiness’. On the 2nd day of this trip, you will hike to the famous Paro Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest built on the face of the 800m rock cliff. There’s nowhere quite like Bhutan. A tiny Buddhist Kingdom, squeezed between India and China, is cautiously embracing modern development guided by the philosophy of Gross National Happiness while still preserving its age-old tradition and ancient culture. Delve deep inside the Bhutanese way of life with expert local guide and discover what brings smiles to the faces of people of Bhutan.
Discover Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage and traditions on a 4-day tour from Paro and benefit from the personal touch of a private guide. Hike to the sacred Tiger's Nest Monastery, visit the capital of Thimphu, tuck into delicious Bhutanese cuisine, and learn about traditional medicine, papermaking, and handicrafts. Private transportation, some meals and 3-nights accommodation included.
Purely Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom has unsurpassed scenic majesty and vibrant culture. The kingdom is still regarded as one of the last Shangrl-la’s in the Himalayan region and is living heritage of Buddhism. Sandwiched in the Himalayas between India, Nepal and the Tibet region of China, shares the world’s greatest mountains which makes it an exotic tourist destination. The Bhutanese have safeguarded their ancient way of life, beautiful Dzongs, temples and houses with architecture found nowhere else in the world, which adds up to the call to Bhutan. Thimphu is the capital city & Paro which is at a 2 hour’s drive from Thimphu is the only airport in the country. • Includes prime touristy places Paro,Thimphu & Punakha • All inclusive tours • Visit in less populated tiny Himalayan country in the world
Nepal and Bhutan Cultural Tour is about exploring all the beautiful aspects and experience all the delights of both countries. In this tour activities like traveling by vehicle through the Bhutanese countryside, with optional walks and day hikes to visit temples, monasteries and villages. At the same time it includes other activities like visiting museum, handicraft shops and weekend market where you will be introduce to Bhutanese and Nepalese culture like food and eating habit and basic etiquette of both countries.
This is one of the most popular holidays amongst the Bhutan Cultural Tour packages. The Happiness Bhutan Tour will take you through a cultural extravaganza of the valleys of Western Bhutan (Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wangdue valleys), Bhutanese cuisine, culture and traditions, stunning landscape and warm and hospitable people.
1. We offer diverse option of tours and can customize tours to cater to our clients ‘special needs.2. We guarantee superior customer service, high comfort level and the most updated information.3. We focus on the quality with prompt response and take you to places where it's not mentioned in the guidebooks and let you interact with local people sharing authentic experiences. 4. We are staffed with friendly and experienced English speaking guides all certified by Tourism Council of Bhutan.5. Maebar Travel is a licensed tour operator and a member of Association of Bhutan Tour Operators and Tourism Council of Bhutan.
Cover the highlights of stunning Bhutan on this 2-night private tour. Visit the two main cities, attraction-packed Paro—home of the iconic Tiger’s Nest—and the tiny mountain capital of Thimphu. See one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, get a peek at a real-life Takin (the national animal), and browse for snacks and souvenirs in a bustling local market.
This package show you glimpse of Bhutan and the important places in Thimphu and Paro. Your tour will start with pick up from Paro and transfer to Thimphu the capital city. Thimphu has much to offer but we will start of with major landmarks and local cuisine. Explore Thimphu at a leisure pace and then transfer to Paro and prepare for your hike up to Tiger's Nest. In Paro you have the option to enjoy the local herbal hotstone bath after the hike and enjoy farmstay at one of the ancestral place rich with history and stories of ancient Bhutan.
Besides the unforgettable views of Mount Jomolhari, the trek offers spectacular views on Jichu Drake, Gangchhenta (Great Tiger Mountain). Between Jangothang and Laya the trail hardly goes below 4,000m and one has good opportunities to spot blue sheep or even takin. Some beautiful Bhutanese mountain villages, the unique culture and appearance of the Layaps (people of Laya district) and finally a day of relaxation at the Gasa hot springs add to an extremely rewarding trekking experience. All in all, the Laya Gasa Trek is considered to be the most beautiful trek of Bhutan, only to be beaten by the tough Snowman Trek.
Dragala trek is the only short trek in Bhutan which offers the view of all the high mountain peaks of Bhutan including the world’s third highest peak, Mt. Kanchenjunga at 8586 meters and few other high peaks of Nepal. This is also a trek where you will see lots of lakes at the higher altitude and the name “Dragala thousand lakes trek” comes from it. But, about existing of 1000 lakes at Dragala area there are conflicting opinions from person to person. An elderly horseman of Dragala area heard from his parents that there were actually 105 lakes in the area; some stories say that there were more than 1000 lakes in the past. The trek has mainly two routes, either at Talakha Gompa; Serbithang; Wangdi; Dochu La; Daga in Dagana; ending about 2 km south of Chhuzom near Lebchi.
Let a local guide demystify Bhutan's culture and history on an 11-day immersive tour of the country. Don't miss any of the highlights with this carefully planned itinerary that includes visits to local villages and markets, ancient fortresses and farmhouses, temples and monasteries, and a variety of museums in Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. Nature lovers will especially enjoy time spent in Phobjikha Valley, winter home of the rare black-necked crane.
With this tour, you'll be covering Bhutan's 3 most popular cities within just 1 week: Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. Knowing that the country is a unique once-in-a-lifetime destination for most, our tours are available not just for families, couples, but even solo travellers too. All signups are matched to a one-guide per tour ratio (even if it's just one traveller), not to be combined with other groups at any point of stay. This explains the freedom to be flexible on this trip of a lifetime – time and weather permitting and to the final professional discretion of your guide. Female guides are also available on request.
Thimphu Festival of 6 Nights and 7 Days tour to Bhutan will take you with sightseeing, hiking and Festival tour in the capital of Bhutan. This festival is one of the biggest festivals in the country which is called the Thimphu Tshechu (Festival), held for three days on the month of Octomber. The Thimphu Festival is witnessed by thousands of people, both local and tourists from Regional or International. The actual Festival is preceded by days and nights of prayer and rituals to invoke the gods. Mask dances like the Guru Tshengye (Eight Manifestations of Guru Rinpoche), Shaw Shachi (Dance of the Stags) and many more are performed can be seen in Thimphu Festival.
Best times to embark on this exhilarating trek are from March to June and September to November. Druk Path Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan as it passes through stunning landscapes, high Himalayan ridges and pristine lakes at altitudes ranging from 2400m to 4200m with rich flora and fauna. Trekking in Autumn and Spring offers an opportunity to interact with yak herders around one of the campsites and understand their high altitude semi-nomadic lifestyles. Although graded Moderate to Difficult, Druk Path Trek is fairly an easy hike to undertake as distances between rest camps are shorter. This trek offers stunning views of Mt. Gangkar Puensum, the highest unscaled peak in the world.Day 2 of the trip is spent acclimatizing by hiking up to the famous iconic landmark in Bhutan, Taktsang Monastery at 3120m and visit some places of interests or shopping if you wish in the afternoon of Day 8 in Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan.
Explore Bhutan Tour is the one-stop excursion and visits the major highlights of the city of Paro with it’s colorful culture and traditions. The tour features age-old Bhutanese art & culture visiting some of the most popular, religious and historical monasteries, shrines and fortresses located in Paro. Visit to the Taktsang Monastery also popularly known as ‘Tiger’s Nest’ perched in a hillside is the most interesting feature of the tour. The tour begins upon arrival at the Paro after a scenic flight over the world’s greatest Himalayan peaks and landing the green valley of Paro. On the course of the tour other important landmarks in Paro are visited such as Ta Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang and Rinpung Dzong. The tour is quick insight of witnessing Bhutanese art and tradition within a short span of time.
A carefully crafted tour to Bhutan, this trip offers you an all-round experience in Bhutan. It will take you through some of the most beautiful landscapes and mesmerizing villages, and allow ample time to visit Bhutan's grand cultural and traditional landmarks. Whether you visit in the Spring or the winter, we have something in store that will make you truly enjoy your stay in Bhutan. We also include an authentic village experience that will provide a rare window into Bhutan's modern culture.
Do it all on this multi-day tour of Bhutan that includes equal measures of culture and adventure. One thing that sets this tour apart is the accommodations, which range from farm stays to nights in fine hotels. Throughout the excursion, you'll meet locals, taste regional cuisine, and learn about Bhutan's culture from a guide. Visits to monasteries, museums, and fortresses (dzongs) round out the experience.
Bhutan Itinerary for 7 days will provide an opportunity to visit some of the most historical and religious places. 7 days tour explores more on the best cultural places. Discover some of the most sacred Buddhist monasteries and temples in the Himalaya. See many cultural attractions including medieval fortresses (Dzongs), markets and museums.
Bhutan tour with Bumthang Extension gives the full insight of the Bhutanese art & architecture, culture and traditions and discovers the hidden natural beauty of the country located high up in the Himalayas. The tour goes around visiting the important touristic landmarks and also witnessing the snow-capped mountains of the Dragon Kingdom. Explore the stunning and wide valley of Bumthang; Bumthang has four main valleys known as Ura, Chumey, Tang and Choekhor. You get to experience the Bhutanese rural live-styles in Bumthang Valley and visit some of it’s great monasteries like Kurje Lakhang, Jambey Lakhang and Tamshing Lakhang.