We offer unique travel and lifestyle experiences with integrity and authenticity be it cultural tours, trekking, adventure, bird watching, textile tours, rafting, eco-tourism and wellness tours. All travel experiences, events and incentives absolutely customized to our clientele’s needs.
This package has no payment term
Take in the spectacular aerial view of the valley as you approach Paro International Airport. Assigned tour guide and driver will greet tourists on arrival at the airport and continue an hour drive to Thimphu city. On arrival, check in to the hotel. In the afternoon, tourists can take a stroll around the capital city. Overnight at the hotel.
Tourists will explore the tourist attractions in Thimphu. Some of the highlights include Kuensel Phodrang Nature Park, National Memorial Chorten, Folk Heritage Museum and National Institute of Traditional Arts and Crafts. Special cultural program which includes traditional mask dance and folk dances will be organized for the tourists. Overnight at the hotel.
Early morning drive towards Phobjikha valley after breakfast at the hotel. It will be a 6 hour drive to Phobjikha. Half an hour into the journey, tourists will arrive at Dochula Pass at an altitude of 3050 meters. On clear weather day tourists will be greeted with a jaw dropping snowcapped eastern Himalayan range. After a brief stop, tourists will continue their journey towards Phobjikha valley. Lunch is served on arrival at Phobjikha valley. In the afternoon, tourists will visit the Gangtey Goemba. After the visit, tourists can take a walk around this idyllic valley. Phobjikha has multiple nature trails. Overnight at the hotel.
Tourists can relax and explore the community and the valley. Overnight at the hotel.
Early morning drive back to Punakha. En route tourists will visit the popular temple of fertility, Chimi Lhakhang. In the afternoon, tourists will visit the Punakha Dzong. Overnight at the hotel.
The idyllic Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten is built on a
ridge in the northern countryside of Punakha valley. It takes 30 minute drive to reach the countryside from Punakha town and the journey continues for another 45 minutes on foot. Hikers will start the hike through the paddy fields. The way the terraces are built fed by the irrigation channel, hiking during the plantation or the harvesting season offers a scenic view ofthe countryside. At the base of the hill, the real trail begins through the pine forests. Upon arrival hikers can enjoy the spectacular view of the valley below.
Early morning drive back to Paro from Punakha. It will be approximately a 4 hour drive. In the afternoon tourists will do some cultural sightseeing in Paro. Attractions include National Museum and Kyichu Lhakhang
Overnight at the hotel.
The highlight of the trip is the hike to the Tiger’s Nest. Tourists will drive up to the base of the monastery and a two hour hike awaits. Refreshment will be served on the way up at the cafeteria where tourists can take in a close up view of the Tiger’s Nest perched on a cliff. After the short break, continue the hike and on arrival at the monastery, tourists will visit the shrine. After the exploration, tourists will descend back to the cafeteria where lunch is served. After lunch, tourists will descend back to the base and onwards to the hotel.
Drive to Paro international airport for your onward departure flight.
- Return Air tickets (KUL-KATHMANDU-PARO) & Airport taxes
- Bhutan VISA fee
- Government royalty & taxes
- Dedicated English speaking tour guide
- Dedicated tour vehicle and driver
- 3-star accommodation (twin sharing)
- Daily 3 meals (B/L/D)
- Airport transfers
- Bottled water
- Entry fees to parks and monuments
- Personal expense/shopping
- Beverages (soda/juice/alcohol)
- 4 or 5 star accommodation (extra charges will apply)
- Travel insurance
- Tips for guide and driver
|9D8N Arrangement (MYR)|
|Hotel||Adult Twin Sharing||Detail|
|Hotel||Room||9D8N Arrangement (MYR)||Book|
|Adult Single Room||Adult Twin Sharing||Adult Triple Sharing||Child With Bed||Child With No Bed|
|Remarks||June, July, August & December 2019, January & February 2020|
|Remarks||September, October & November 2019, March, April & May 2020|