Duration : 5 Nights 6 Days

Package Code: TOT-EI-04

DAY 01: Arrive at Paro and Proceed to Thimphu

After arriving in Paro When you arrive in Paro, you will be welcomed at the airport by the Yarden Tours representative and guide who will take them to the hotel you booked in Thimphu.

Thimphu is the capital of Thimphu: Capital to Himalayan Bhutanese kingdom. Bhutan, Thimphu is one of the most tiny capitals anywhere in the world. Through the majority of its existence, Bhutan has tried consciously to shield their culture from influence from the western world. Modernity, however, hasn’t yet impacted the area, but it is being introduced in a gradual and balanced way that is not seen in any other place anywhere in the world. This makes Thimphu as well as other areas of the country an exceptional place to visit. After arriving, checking into the hotel. After a short period of rest, time, take a stroll around the town. Tashi Chhoe Dzong is also known as Fortress of Glorious Faith It is located to the north of the city located on the West bank of Wang Chhu. This Dzong was the venue for the lavish coronation ceremony for the Fifth King of 2008 and is the venue for the biggest celebration of the year in the city as well as the vibrant tsechu festival. Overnightstay in Thimphu Hotels/Resorts.

DAY 02: Sightseeing in Thimphu

After breakfast, go to explore. Buddha View Point is a different location from which you can see a clear view over the Thimphu valley comes from Buddha Point (Kuensel Phodrang).

It is possible to pay your respects and pray for the Buddha Statue which is the largest in the country , afterwards walk around to catch an enthralling view at the valley. Memorial Chorten: It is often referred to in the form of the Thimphu Chorten which is situated at Doeboom Lam in the southern-central section of the city close to the main roundabout as well as the Indian army hospital.

Takin Mini Zoo Takin Mini Zoo Takin is the official animal of Bhutan It is the cross of the goat and the cow. The legend says that it was designed by the legendary Buddhist yoga teacher, Drupa Kunley and is only found in Bhutan and surrounding regions. After dinner, there is time is available to discover Thimphu City. Overnight stay in Thimphu Hotels/Resorts.

DAY 03: Thimphu – Punakha

After breakfast, you can check out from the hotel and travel to Punakha. When you get to Punakha you’ll travel via Punakha, you will pass through the Dochula Pass. Make a stop at Dochula View Point which is the first stop you make after leaving Thimphu. Just 45 minutes from Thimphu the viewpoint gives visitors the first view at The Himalayan range. The road that leads to Punakha leaves the main road and curves into the relatively flat terrain that make up Punakha valley. Punakha valley. When you arrive, check in at the hotel. Later, take a trip to the city.

Punakha Dzong: Standing majestically on an island that lies between two rivers, the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers The city’s dzong has been described as an extremely attractive of Bhutan’s fortresses that are ancient You will find images of it in restaurants and hotels throughout the country. The dzong is connected to the mainland via an arched bridge. It is home to many treasured relics of the time when kings from different times reigned over the kingdom from the valley. In the evening, head back to your hotel to enjoy an enjoyable night’s stay. Overnight stay in Punakha Hotels /Resorts.

DAY 04: Sightseeing in Paro

After having lunch at the hotel , you can visit the most magnificent and well-known Dzong Perhaps the most impressive examples of Bhutanese architectural style you’ll ever see.

Rinpung Dzong: It is an fortress-monastery which serves as a central administrative office for the civil government and also as a home for monastics for a monastic community. The majority of dzongs were built during the late 1600s to defend the valleys that were inhabited from being invaded by Tibet. Paro Dzong was one of them. Paro Dzong was started in 1644 under the direction of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, who was the uniter of modern-day Bhutan. It is different from the majority of Dzongs in

Bhutan has survived the devastating earthquake of 1897 mostly intact, even though it was destroyed by a the fire that occurred in 1907. National Museum of Paro: It will be open all week, with the exception of weekends and the public holidays.Housed in the Ta-dzong, a renovated construction located in Paro, National Museum of Bhutan is a museum for culture which is displaying the old items from all over Bhutan. Overnight stay in Paro Hotels/Resorts.

DAY 05: Hike to Tiger’s nest

Go for a walk in the morning to the “Tiger’s Nest,” which is the holy Taktshang monastery, which is hangs from the rock face that rises 900 metres higher than the valley’s bottom. Guru Rinpoche is said to be the one who flew to the location by tiger. He then stayed during three consecutive months. It is among the most sacred sites in Bhutan and attracts pilgrims, not just coming from Bhutan as well as neighboring Buddhist countries. Lunch can be enjoyed in the Taktshang cafeteria, from which you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view over the monastic site. Afternoon free time in Paro. Overnight stay in Paro Resort or Hotel.

DAY 06: Departure

After breakfast, you’ll be taken into Paro Airport to board your flight to return Home.

Tour Inclusions:
  • 5 Nights Hotel Accommodation on above places
  • 3Star Hotel Accommodation on twin sharing Basis
  • Meal Plan -Daily Breakfast and Dinner at Hotel
  • All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary by Car
  • Driver Allowance, Toll Tax and Parking
  • All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary)

Note: AC will not run in Car in the Hill Station.

Payment Terms :
Advance 50% payment to book your seat
100% balance payment at least 30 days before the commencement of tour
Refund policy in case of cancellation:
80% of total cost if cancelled 60 days or more before the commencement of tour
50% of total cost if cancelled 30 days to 59 days before the commencement of tour
20% of total cost if cancelled 16 days to 29 days before the commencement of tour
No refund if cancelled 15 days or lesser before the commencement of tour

Terms and Conditions

  1. The above rates are based on minimum 2 persons travelling together.
  2. Child below 12 years can share the bed with the parents with an extra cost.
  3. Airfares may change without any notice at any time during the validity of the package.
  4. Rates are subject to change based on availability and date of travel (Peak season/ Conference/ Holiday period surcharges would apply)
  5. Weekend surcharge may be applicable if any.
  6. Hotel check in time is 1200 hours, check out time is 1100 hours. Early check in / late checks out is subject to availability of rooms.
  7. Surcharge may applicable if travel in weekends.
  8. Cancellation charges would apply as per company policy.