All Experience Bhutan tour is one of the authentic travel experiences that allow you to confront the best of Bhutan. Most of the skills are for a lifetime, and your travel experiences in Bhutan will make it to that list. The mountain, valleys, forests and the local villages, everything about this country is so special. Not to forget, the authentic Buddhism religion. Also regarded as the land of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan is a beautiful Himalayan country enhanced with artistic dzongs, monasteries, and fortresses. The detail craftworks in the monasteries and dzongs are praiseworthy. Some museums showcase historical monuments and paintings. It’s a delightful moment going through the unique history and craftwork of this exotic Himalayan land.
Placed in between two big and powerful nations like India and China, Bhutan is still able to maintain its unique identity around the world. It’s natural gorgeousness, and cultural authenticity is renowned over the world. Before 1970, Bhutan was closed for the rest of the world. But with the formulation of the new tourism policy, the country allowed foreigners to see the fascinating aspects of this place. Even today, the country has a strict and controlled tourism policy. Maybe due to this, it has still been able to maintain its unique identity and sovereignty. The land is still untouched by the massive modernization from the rest of the world. The people are still elementary but helpful and cheerful at the same time.
All Experience Bhutan tour initiates with a scenic flight above to the Himalayas to the Paro airport. From Paro, you will be driven to Thimpu, where you can visit some famous sites like King’s Memorial Chorten, Nunnery temple, Institute for Zorig Chusum, the National Library, Folk Heritage Museum, National Institute of Traditional Medicine and Tashichhodzong. Then you will be headed to Punakha and Bumthang, where you will be able to relish the natural glory and spectacular views of mountains in Bhutan. Later, you will be driven back to Paro, where you can visit Tiger’s Nest monastery, one of the most cherished destinations in Paro.
So, get ready to experience all of Bhutan? From majestic views of mountains to the exploration of local villages, people, and lifestyle, from artistic dzongs and monasteries to historical fortresses, there is so much to experience with All Experience Bhutan tour.
Fly over the beautiful Himalayas ranges to the international airport in Paro. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by our Bhutanese crew members. They will pick you up at the airport and transfer you to a hotel in Paro. Tonight, we stay at a hotel in Paro
Today, we explore the capital city of Bhutan, i.e., Thimphu. After breakfast at the hotel, we drive to Thimpu, where we explore different religious and historical aspects of Bhutan. We visit the Traditional Medicine Institute, where we can find a massive collection of over 300 herbs from different corners of Bhutanese territory. There are many medical practitioners here who are actively engaged in the production of medicines for treatment purposes. Then we visit the National Institute of Zorig Chusum. Here, you can find 13 different forms of traditional art that are still actively preserved by the young Bhutanese. For the rest of the day, we can explore some crucial places like Bhutanese heritage museum, textile museum, Museum library, etc. Tonight, at a hotel in Thimphu
After breakfast at the hotel, we get into our ride for a wonderful drive along a scenic route to the village of Punakha. We follow a road along the Paro Chu river until we reach Chudzom. From here, we follow Wang chu upstream until we reach the town of Simtokha. Then we turn right to east and climb up steep to Dochula Pass at an elevation 3080. We stop at the pass to relish some amazing views of Himalayas. From the peak, the road descends steeply to Punakha valley via Wangdi. We drive to Lobesa from where we take a road towards the north. We then open up into a beautiful village with farmlands to Punakha. Tonight, at a guesthouse in Punakha village
Today, we spend our time exploring the village of Punakha. Punakha is considered as a beautiful village that offers some captivating views of lush valleys and snowcapped mountains in Bhutan. After breakfast, we set off for an exciting hike around the town. We cross a long suspension bridge over the Mo Chu river and follow the river along a well-paved path. After a few hours of walk, we come across a local village where we interact with people and enjoy our lunch. We then march towards the Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten. The chorten lies on the upper Punakha valley. We walk up to the chorten. As we reach the chorten, we will be blessed with some outstanding views of snowcapped mountains and other alluring landscapes. We return to Punakha village in the evening. Tonight, at a guesthouse in Punakha village
Leaving Punakha, we follow a trail that will lead us to Bumthang. We ascend to Pele La pass at an altitude of 3300 meters. From the pass, one can enjoy some stunning views of scenic landscapes all around us. Trongsa would be our stopping point for lunch today. Near Trongsa, we can visit a dzong famous as Trongsa dzong. The dzong is a spectacular piece of Bhutanese art and architecture. In the late afternoon, we set off towards the delightful village of Bumthang. Like Punakha, it is also a magnificent village that offers some outstanding views of mountains and valleys. Tonight, we stay at a guesthouse in Bumthang
Today, we stay at Bumthang to explore some significant places around the village. First, we head towards Jakar Dzong, which us the administrative center of the Bumthang valley. Then we march towards Jambay Lhakhang, which is one of the oldest monasteries in Bhutan. Next, we head to Kyrjey Lhakhang, which is a holy site where we can see the body imprints of Guru Rinpoche. Those imprints were left when he had meditated inside the cave.
Last but not least, we hike to Thangbi valley to visit Thangbi Lhakhang. It dates back to the 14th century with old and exciting Buddhist paintings. After the exploration, we return to Bumthang. Tonight, we stay at a guesthouse in Bumthang
We enjoy our breakfast in the guesthouse and explore the surrounding area for a while. Then we drive towards the Punakha valley. We pass beautiful terrain full of lush hills, forests, farmlands and villages to the village of Punakha. We will also be blessed with some magnificent views of mountains along the way. Tonight, at a guesthouse in Punakha.
After breakfast in the guesthouse, we visit Punakha Dzong which is a popular dzong in the village. Leaving Punakha, we head towards the city of Paro. We drive pass Dochu La pass and Thimpu city. we stop at Thimpu for lunch and continue our drive towards the Paro city. Upon your arrival in Paro, you will be transferred to a hotel in Paro. If you weren’t able to visit Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lakhang in Paro during your early sightseeing tour in Paro, you can visit those remaining places today. Tonight, at a hotel in Paro.
Early in the morning, we hike to a popular monastery in Paro i.e. Tiger’s nest monastery. It is an alluring attraction of Paro city placed on the edge of the steep cliff. It is popular for its dramatic location and a Buddhist myth. As per the mythology, the monastery lies in the same place where Guru Rinpoche had fled on a back of a tigress to meditate on a cave. Today, we walk up to the monastery and explore the monastery and its peripheral areas. Tonight, back to the hotel in Paro
Today, you will be driven to Paro airport to catch a scheduled flight back to your home town.