Bhutan Tour Package from Hasimara 4 Nights 5 Days
Tour Duration: 4 Nights | 5 Days
Tour Package ID: BHP0005
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Bhutan Tour Package from Hasimara- Experience an extraordinary journey of exploring the capital city of Thimphu former capital Punakha to visit Punakha Dzong and the ancient town of Paro. While during your journey you will witness mesmerizing scenic beauty from Dochula pass. We will take you to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. Here we will visit the grandiose Trashichhoe Dzong, National Textile Museum, and Memorial Chorten and Kuensal Phodrang Nature Park. Later you will be visiting Paro en route Dochula pass and Punakha. The regal town of Paro is best known for the Cliffside Monastery Taktsang also known as the Tiger's Nest. The detailed itinerary is as follows.
On arrival at Hasimara you will be greeted by our officials and then we will take you to Phuentsholing for Inner Line Permit. Then we will proceed to Thimphu. It is a 5 to 6 hours drive with breathtaking passing views of rolling hills and serene nature. We will have our lunch in between our journeys. After reaching Thimphu check in at your hotel and freshen up. You are free for the evening. You may take rest or else can take a stroll in the market area of Thimphu and can experience the taste of Bhutanese cuisine. Overnight stay at Thimphu.
After breakfast, go for Thimpu sightseeing today. Begin with Memorial Chorten built to commemorate the memory of 3rd Drukpa Gyalpo. Many devotees can be seen near the chorten. Visit Mothitang Takin Preserve. The preserve is the home of takin, the national animal of Bhutan. Go for the National Textile Museum visit. Just after lunch visits Thimphu Dzong situated along the river banks of Wang Chhu. Thimphu Dzong is also known as Trashichhoe Dzong with its grandiose architecture and ancient artifacts. After adorning the colorful Thangkas and paintings let us proceed to Kuensal Phodrang Nature Park to witness the magnificent statue of Sakyamuni Buddha also known as Buddha Dordenma. After enjoying the view of Thimphu valley, get back to the hotel. Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Check out from the hotel after breakfast today with this Bhutan Tour Package from Hasimara. We will take you to Paro en route Punakha. Visit Dochula Pass 30 km from Thimphu. At an elevation of 10,171 ft, the 108 memorial chortens of Dochula Pass were built in the memory of the Bhutanese soldiers who were killed in the 2003 battle. Then we will start for Punakha and will cover a distance of 58 km. You are going to Pungtang Dewa Chhenbi Phodrang, also called Punakha Dzong. Punakha Dzong, with its opulent edifice overlooking the picturesque gorge, has long been considered a must-see location in Punakha Valley. After our lunch break, we'll continue on our way to Paro. Arrive at your accommodation in Paro and get ready. You can relax or explore the area while taking a break. Stay the night in Paro.
Complete your breakfast at the earliest and begin your Paro sightseeing with Taktsang Monastery. It is a monastery built on a cliff. It takes a two-hour trek to reach Taktsang Monastery. You can either trek or ride on a pony. From Taktsang Monastery you will get the most outstanding view of Paro valley. Visit National Museum of Bhutan which is located in the Conch shaped building of Ta Dzong. Here, you can observe artifacts dating back to the 2nd century and get an insight into the early Bhutanese time. After lunch, drive to Paro Dzong. Known as the Fortress on a Heap of Jewel, Paro Dzong is listed under the tentative sites of UNESCO. After admiring the beauty of the purple jacaranda trees and the shimmering water of Po Chhu and Mo Chhu return to your hotel. Overnight stay at Paro.
Breakfast will be served in the morning and then bid goodbye to Paro and proceed to Hasimara. It is an overall 6 hrs journey from Paro to Hasimara. Relish the beauty of the journey while bidding farewell to the mystical land of Bhutan. After covering the distance of 179 km you will reach Hasimara Railway Station and your Bhutan Tour Package from Hasimara will come to an end.