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7-Day Tour

Day 1

  • Arrive Paro by Druk Air or Tashi Air

Your Bhutan experience begins in flight as you experience the breathtaking views of the magnificent Himalayan ranges. On your approach to Paro Airport an exciting decent awaits you- past forested hills and rolling mountains. 

On arrival at Paro Airport, you will be welcomed to Bhutan by some of our Druk International Tour representative with a ceremonial white scarf to symbolize a meaningful journey ahead.

When the airport formalities are completed you will leave for your hotel Paro. After checking in and settling into the hotel your Bhutan adventures begin.

Paro is a charming town with many traditional style houses which serve as shops, restaurants and cafes. It is one of the widest valleys in the kingdom with its fertile rice fields and crystalline river which meanders down the valley.


Activities in Paro:

Paro town

Experience Paro town in all its glory with its cafes and many traditional shops.


Day 02



Activities in Paro:

Taktsang Monastery

Taktsang Monastery, Tiger’s nest which is truly one of Bhutan’s sacred jewels- an awe inspiring temple built on a cliff face above forests of oak and rhododendrons.

It is a must see for all visitors.


Ta Dzong

Once a watchtower, built to defend Paro Rinpung Dzong during inter-valley wars of the 17th century, it is now the national museum of Bhutan and has been since 1968. The museum which has six floors consist of different galleries which provide better display and various categorizations such as anthropology, arms and armor, pre-history, manuscript, paintings, textiles, bronzes, decorative arts, philatelic items, epigraphic items and numismatics.


Paro Rinpung Dzong

It is located below the Ta Dzong. After the visit to Ta Dzong enjoy a short scenic walk down a hillside trail to visit Rinpung Dzong. Rinpung Dzong which means “fortress on a heap of jewels” was built in 1644. It overlooks the beautiful Paro valley and houses both the monastic body and district government offices, including the local courts.


Day 03

•Drive from Paro to Punakha (125 Km, 4 1/2 hours) after site seeing in Paro


After visiting Kichu Lhakang you will drive to Punakha across the Dochala pass which heralds the most enchanting views of Bhutan. It is perched at an altitude of 10,200 feet. The stunning 360 degree panoramic view of the Himalayan mountain range is truly breathtaking.

Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan until 1955. It is the winter seat of the Je Khenpo, chief abbot. With its views of the rivers and mountains, Punakha is a nature lovers paradise.


Activities in Paro:

Kichu Lhakhang

Built in the 7th century, Kichu lhakhang is one of the oldest and most sacred temples of the Kingdom. It reflects the introduction of Buddhism in Bhutan.


Activities in Dochula pass:

Besides the breathtaking view from Dochula mountain pass you can enjoy the beauty of the Druk Wangyel Chortens and the meditation caves. Here you will the discover the 108 small stupas which lies on a hill top and the meditation caves which are tucked into the hills just above the pass.


Activities in Punakha:

Punakha Dzong

Built in 17th century, the architectural magnificence of the Dzong is one of the most magnificent in Bhutan. In spring when the lilac-colored jacaranda trees are in bloom, it is truly a sight to behold.


White water rafting and afternoon tea by the river

An amazing experience as you enjoy the thrilling rapids and the scenic beauty of Punakha. To end the rafting experience is an enjoyable tea by the riverside.


Evening stroll in Punakha town

Experience the town life in Punakha to get a feel of Punakha.


Day 4

•After more sight seeing in Punakha, drive to Wangduephodrang and then to Thimphu



Wangdue Phodrang is one of the largest dzongkhags in the country. Wangdue district is also famous for its bamboo work, slate & stone carving. 

Thimphu is located on the western side of Bhutan. Here in our largest city, you will get a taste of our unique city life which is a pale comparison to other huge cities around the world. It is home to Bhutan’s Royal family and is the main centre of commerce, religion and government in the country. On arrival to Thimphu, you will check into the hotel, after which you can explore the craft bazaar.


Activities in Punakha:

Chimi Lhakhang

Also know as the fertility temple, Chimi Lhakhang is a Buddhist monastery dedicated to the Devine Madman, Lama Drukpa Kunley. It is located on a small hillock. After a short walk through terraced rice fields, the path will lead to the Buddhist Shrine. The monastery is renowned throughout Bhutan as blessing couples with fertility, pledging that all who wish to conceive will find guidance at the temple. Many pilgrimage visit in the hopes of having a child and parents with new-borns often visit so that their child can be bestowed with a blessed name. Travelers can also request for their unique Bhutanese name and its special meaning.


Activities in Wangduephodrang:

Phobjikha Valley

Explore Phobjikha valley while enjoying its scenic beauty and tranquility. It is one of the most notable sites in Wangduephodrang. This valley is the habitat of the rare and endangered Black Necked Cranes that roost there during their annual migrations. The approach to Phobjikha valley is through a forest of oak and rhododendron. Phobjikha is one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan.


Activities in Thimphu:

Craft bazaar


Day 5

•Sight seeing in Thimphu


Activities in Thimphu:

Trashichho Dzong

Constructed in the 13th century, this breathtaking fortress is the seat of the government. It houses the throne room and offices of the king and other government ministries. Tashichho Dzong is also the summer residence of Je Khenpo, the Chief Abbot.


Bhutan’s National Library

Compared to many libraries this is not huge but contains arguably the best collection of religious and historic literature in the Himalayas.


National Institute for Zorig Chusum

This institute, commonly known as 'the painting school', operates four to six year courses that provide instruction in Bhutan's 13 traditional arts. Students specialise in painting, woodcarving, embroidery and statue making. They have a showroom which sells pieces made by the students.


National Memorial Chorten

One of Thimphu’s most iconic monuments, the National Memorial Chorten was built in memory of Third King and is dedicated to World Peace. A spiritual place, visitors will find Bhutanese people circumambulating the Chorten (shrine) or turning the great pray wheels within the gates of the Chorten throughout the day.


Folk & Textile Heritage Museum

A testimony to Bhutan’s living traditions, this museum provides visitors with fascinating insights into the Bhutanese way of life. The Folk Heritage Museum is set inside a three storied, 19th century traditional house.


National institute of Traditional Medicine

The Institute supplies traditional medicines and medical services, trains doctors, and conducts research on traditional medicinal plants to identify the ingredients and develop new products. The Institute has a library dating back to around 1616, when Tibetan Buddhism was introduced to Bhutan. There is also a small museum and gift shop where you can purchase product made in the institute.


Day 6

Sightseeing in Thimphu


Activities in Thimphu:

Tango Monastery:

It is about an one hour hike to Tango Buddhist institute, a Buddhist university. Up along the journey, enjoy bird watching and fauna spotting. It is perched atop a hill and was founded during the 13th century.


Bhutan post office

Here you can create your own custom stamps and send a postcard to your loved ones back at home!


Motithang Takin Preserve

This Preserve is home to our very unusual mountain animal, Takin.


Witness our traditional song and dance

Dancers and musicians will perform a range of traditional and ritual dance and music to give you a glimpse of our culture as you dine on Bhutanese cuisine.


Day 7

•Leave Thimphu for Paro International airport



*All programs are not fixed and can be changed according to the wishes of our clients


*Breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner will be decided on after discussions with our clients.

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