Thimpu & Paro with Haa Valley (Honeymoon Special)

Duration

5N/6D

Tour Type

Honeymoon Package

Group Size

Min 2 - Max 40

Location

Bhutan

Overview

Bhutan is known to be the Land of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan is popular for its outstanding landscapes, glorius old temples and castles, spicy yet mouth watering food, colourful festivals and most of all its genuineness. The beauty of this isolated Himalayan Kingdom is merged strong within its traditional monarchy. If you want to slow down your expeditiously city life and enjoy a moment or two in the lap of Himalayas, Bhutan is the perfect place for you to see the beauty of Himalaya. The government takes all the responsibilities to take care of their culture, history and rich tradition. So why wait on to miss out on Bhutan travel experience?

Description

Package name Paro, Thimpu & Ponakha Magic

Duration 5 Nights / 6 Days

Price (Per Person On Twin Sharing) 28999

Package Start From Paro Paro

Best Time to Visit In Winter- Oct to Feb & In Summer- Apr to July

Inclusions/Exclusions

  • Accommodation in selected category hotel (NA for Day Trips)
  • Brunch, except on Check-in Date (NA for Day Trips & Govt Properties)
  • Transit as per Itinerary by Private Cab
  • Parking & Toll Charges
  • Driver Allowance.
  • Inter-state Entry Tax, if applicable.
  • Barge Tickets & Airport Transfers (for Andamans)
  • Pickup and Drop from Your Origin City (Optional)
  • Total fare includes GST charges.
  • Airfare
  • Lunch,Snacks & Beverages
  • Entry Fees & Local Guide Charges
  • Activity Fees
  • Hotel Early Check-in / Late Check-out Charges, if applicable
  • Mandatory Gala evening meal for Christmas and New Year eve
  • Other items not mentioned in Inclusions

Optionally (arranged on request at additional cost)

  • Homestays / Resorts / Choice of Hotels
  • Dinner
  • Tour guide (for selected destinations)
  • Honeymoon decoration, cake, candlelight dinner (for selected destinations)
  • Pickup & Drop (select from the Additional Options while calculating price)
  • Visa assistance (for selected International destinations)
  • Travel insurance

Tour Plan

Day 01 Destination - DESTINATION – ARRIVAL IN PARO – THIMPHU (51 KMS)
Meals    :  No Meal

We will pick you up at the Paro International Airport and drive you towards Thimphu, capital of Bhutan. Reach & bring to the hotel. Explore the places on your own and enjoy a cozy overnight stay.

Day 02 Destination - DESTINATION – THIMPU LOCAL SIGHTSEEING
Meals    :    Breakfast

After breakfast we will start the day with Motithang Takin Preserve, an outstanding place to notice National Animal of Bhutan which is Takin. Another place to roam around will be Tashichho Dzong, A huge landmark containing of Prime Government Offices, Multiple Chapels and extended gardens. Later on we will recognize you some knowledge of Bhutan’s culture and heritage at National Folk Heritage Museum. Our last sightseeing of the day will be Crafts Bazaar. This site is good for purchasing traditional artifacts and memento for your family and friends. Later drive back to hotel for overnight stay. Note: Motithang Takin Preserve is closed on every Monday.

Day 03 Destination - DESTINATION – THIMPU - PARO
Meals    :    Breakfast

Today after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive towards Punakha. On the way we will visit Simtokha Dzong. The name Semtokha exactly means “Atop a Demon” and the legend connected with it is that it was constructed in order to conquer an evil spirit that was troubling travelers. Later on we stop-off at The Dochula Pass which is a famous location among tourists as it provides a stunning 360 degree extensive view of the Himalayan mountain range. Afterwards we will reach at Wangdue Phodrang. It is one of the biggest Dzongkhags in Bhutan sitting on top of a high elevation, selected for its stunning scenes of the valleys below. Finally we reach at Punakha, the old Capital of Bhutan from 1637 to 1907. After roam around arrival at hotel for check-in and overnight stay

Day 04 Destination - DESTINATION – PARO SIGHTSEEING
Meals    :   Breakfast

After a tempering night and a healthy breakfast we will visit The Punakha Dzong, built near the convergence to two rivers in the year 1637. This architecture has burnt to the ground many times, yet it leftovers one of the most charming ones, even after all its repairs. One has to see to believe how awesome it is. Next after a small walk we will visit Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, a temple built for the wealth and calmness of the world in complete Buddhist Style. It’s a heaven for people who love to take pictures. Afterwards drive towards Paro. We will take the same routes back to Paro while once again passing through Wangdue Phodrang, Dochula & Semtokha. Upon arriving paro, take a check-in into the hotel and enjoy a relaxing night stay.

Day 05 Destination - DESTINATION – DAY TRIP TO HAA VALLEY
Meals    :   Breakfast

Today we will observe one of artificial wonders of the World, “The Tiger Nest”. After the check-in formalities we drive and walk towards Taktsang Monastery (also known as Tiger’s Nest). Snuggled atop of a ridge at an altitude of 3120 m, this religious community is the most visited activity in Bhutan. The legend is that Buddhist Guru Padmasambhava rode a Flying Tigress to this place and meditated in a cave, which later was revolved into a monastery. The peace and holiness that this monastery provides will surely create lifetime worth of unforgettable memories in your heart & mind. After another enthrall day we come back to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 06 Destination - DESTINATION – DEPARTURE
Meals    :   Breakfast

After an appetizing breakfast we check-out and head back to paro international airport for your onwards journey with unforgettable memories of a lifetime or could surely come back again with us on this awesome journey to create new ones.

FAQs

Bhutan is an outstanding destination. It’s one of those places that you got to visit at least once in our lifetime. It’s magnificently safe and will give your travel wishes a whole new outlook!

Bhutan is so costly because there are a number of things that the paid. From standard arrangements and meals, to internal taxes and tourism eminence fees; there are a lot of things that the daily fee covers. However, notwithstanding these fees, a tour of Bhutan is still a stunning trip to instigate.

Bhutan is on the southern shelves of the eastern Himalayas, enclosed between the Tibet Independent Region to the north and the Indian states of Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh to the west and south.

Jeans or range pants, shirts or T shirts, windproof jackets, warm and thick fleece, woolen sweater, thermal inner wear, socks, scarfs, woolen gloves etc as outfit condition to check the spine thrilling cold at Prashar Lake, especially if you are at work during winter. Relaxed trekking shoes, slight floater or sandals, raincoat, water bottle, caps and hats, sun glasses, torch, medicines, speciall toiletries, made well backpack bag, wind proof coating or bags etc can be the needed traps you can carry from your side.

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Rinpung Dzong

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic  Pilgrimage

Duration of visit:  1- 2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

        Praising Bhutanese structure Rinpung Dzong is one of the popular temples in Bhutan, and it houses the Monastic Body of Governance for the region. One of Bhutan’s “tentative” sites in the UNESCO inclusion lists for future World Heritage Sites, the site of the dzong was given in the 15th century to the Buddhist Lamas, where a small temple was constructed. In this festival holy images are carried in a parade, and this very thing is followed by the mask dances which tell many stories and these are represented by the novice for many days. 

Key attractions: Beautiful temple and wall paintings related to Buddhism

Opening hours: 9 am – 5 pm

Chele La Pass

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic 

Duration of visit:  2- 3 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Get Views of the Himalayas Chele La pass is among the best places in Bhutan. Examined to be the biggest pass reachable by vehicle in Bhutan, Chele La Pass is one of the most popular places is to visit in Bhutan. Lying above the virgin forests of the Haa Valley in Paro Place, the pass offers some beautiful scenes of the Rivers, forests, and alpine valleys rounding it. Just two hours from Paro district, the road to the pass runs through thick forests and passes rivers and waterfalls with outstanding scenery. Alongside the road heading up to the pass these are hundreds of poles. The natives to the scare off devil and evil spirits.

Key attractions: Magnificent panoramic view of the valleys, gushing waterfalls,     alpine flowers,   and clouds drifting above the hills

 

Punakha Dzong

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic  Pilgrimage

Duration of visit:  1- 2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

         Punakha Dzong is the second largest dzong in Bhutan and is known for its excellent structure. Among the best places in Bhutan, the dzong speaks volumes about the intresting stories and traditions of the Buddhist culture. Overlooking this on your Bhutan sightseeing tour.  Also known as the Pungtang Dewa chhenbi Phodrang, which was translates into “the palace of happiness and bliss”, Punakha Dzong is a 17th century monastery that was built by the first Bhutanese Zhabdrung Rinpoche. Once the administrative seat of government in Bhutan until 1955, the dzong houses some of The Bhutan’s most sacred artifact of the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu School of Buddhism, as well as the sacred remains of the first Zhabdrung Rinpoche. The dzong was also the site of the Marriage of King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wang chuck and his bride, Jetsun Pema, in October 2011, which was the first national TV broadcast to the Bhutanese people.

Key attractions: The intricate paintings and the architecture of the fort, sacred relics of the southern Drukpa Lineage of Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, and the sacred remains of Ngawang Namgyal and the tertön Pema Lingpa.

Opening hours: 8 am – 5 pm

Buddha Dordenma Statue

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic  Pilgrimage

Duration of visit:  1- 2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies
The Buddha Dordenma sculpture is a 169 feet tall statue of Buddha, Gape at the Bronze Statue the built in mountains to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the fourth Bhutanese king. The Buddha Dordenma place is one of the biggest. Buddha rupas in the world, and stands 52 meters tall, with the over 125,000 small statues of the Buddha inside. Made by in the form of the sitting figure of Sakyamuni Buddha, the project cost over 100 millions use dollars to complete forested the areas that was opened in 2011. 

Key attractions: The 169 feet tall Buddha statue, thousands `of smaller bronze and gold statues of Lord Buddha, and the surrounding Kuensel Phodrang nature park

Dochula Pass

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic  Pilgrimage

Duration of visit:  1- 2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Ideal for a Picnic Day Dochula Pass is the Best pass consisting of 108 Chortens or Stupas, built in the the memory of the Bhutanese soldiers who died in a war against the insurgents from India. The prettiest place constructed temple and stupas, The Dochula Pass one of the most stunning place in Bhutan. This is a very pass a famous destination for every best who visits the country.  The Himalayan mountain range and you must know the view is very gorgeous Place. 

Key attractions: Panoramic view that gives a glimpse of the peak of the sacred Himalayan mountain – Chomolhari, Druk Wangyal Lhakhang temple, and the fusion paintings on the temple walls

Tiger’s Nest

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic  Pilgrimage

Duration of visit:  1- 2 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

A must-visit Place of Bhutan Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang Monastery is one of the must-visit places in Bhutan. It is known for the beautiful and the sacred monastery of Guru Rinpoche. It is examined as a place of the journey and is an easy half trek, which gives you the extensive views of the Paro valleys. According to the legends, Guru Rinpoche also examined as the second Buddha rode to this place on a tigress’s back to conquer a local devil and thus he meditated here for 3 months. This place is Bhutan’s most religious site and it hangs on the cliff as it stands above the lush forest of thousands of species of rhododendrons and blue pine. Due to this, it is counted in the list of Places to visit in Bhutan.

Key attractions: The tiger’s nest, the cave temple inside the monastery, the majestic views, and the many small temples inside the premises of the monastery.

Phobjikha Valley

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic 

Duration of visit:  2- 3 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Heaven for Bird Watchers Phobjikha is a small place in the central part of Bhutan. Like many other stunning Town to see in Bhutan, Phobjikha is granted with valleys and is surrounded by mountains and lush greenery making it one of the top Bhutan sceneries. The place is known for its beautiful sceneries and passes and a day’s hike will take you through the town and the woods. Phobjikha valley is about 3000-meter promotion and the place is in the shape of a bowl, and it’s on the western slopes of the mountains. The place is at the border of the Jigme Singye Wang chuck National Park. If you are visiting Bhutan then this is the most popular place and you must visit this place. One cannot manage to miss a visit to the best tourist place in Bhutan, that is, Phobjikha Valley.

Key attractions: Black-necked cranes migrate to Phobjikha from November, and the hike through the valleys to witness spectacular views of the birds and the amazing greenery.

Chomolhari

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic 

Duration of visit:  2- 3 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Chomolhari is among the popular Bhutan tourist spots, most popular for its treks. Chomolhari trek, starting at Paro, is one of the most challenging treks of Bhutan. With the altitude going about 5,000 meters, it is enchanting and rewards the trekkers with blissful views after a difficult trek. The trek is truly for the adventure enthusiasts and spans between 7 – 15 days on average.
If you love small treks then this is one of the ideal ones for you. Chomolhari or Jomolhari is one of the well-known tourist spots in here, and if you are here for the trip then you must be acclimatized in the Haa Valley first then begin the trek. This entire valley will offer you eye-searing beauty of the monasteries and the small villages. Get to see the beautiful alpine forests and experience the most untouched parts of the country. If you are a nature lover then make sure that you include this place in your list as it is one of the most amazing places to see in Bhutan.

The perfect time for the trek is from late March to the middle of June, also, September to November is a good time as well. However, the ideal time for the trek is April to May. Also, the entire trek is mildly strenuous but not tough.

Key attractions: The glacial lakes, the snow capped mountains and splendid views of the landscapes are a treat to the eyes

Punakha Suspension Bridge

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic 

Duration of visit:  2- 3 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Apart from Punakha Dzong, what makes Punakha a popular tourist attraction is the Punakha suspension bridge. It is built over the Po Chhu river. It is one of the longest suspension bridges in Bhutan, spanning 160 m. It connects Punakha town with Punakha Dzong. Draped with prayer flags, it is a delight for photographers. Walking on it will by far be one of your most adventurous experiences. Make sure to stop by here.

ThrumshingLa National Park

 Adventure  |  Nature & Scenic 

Duration of visit:  2- 3 Hours
 Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Spanning an area of 786 square km of land ThrumshingLa National Park is a stretch of densely forested land. Surrounded by mountains, this place is home to about 620 different tree and plant species. The Alpines and rhododendrons are spread across this national park, making it a highly breathtaking location. ThrumshingLa National Park also encloses meadows, lakes, waterfalls, and stunning trek sites including Bribdungla and Rhodungla. This is therefore, one of the famous tourist places in Bhutan.

Location: Mongar

Best time to visit: March – May | September – December

Bukhari at Uma by COMO

Bukhari is one of the most applaud places to have a Bhutanese meal.  This place normally gets covered by tourists who visit the city of Paro. The aura and ambiance of this dinner are international and all the staff members are cooperative. If this restaurant is in your planning list, then you must try Ema Datsi, the national food of Bhutan, which basically is a mix of one full green chili and delicious melted cheese. A short ride from Paro, Bukhari occupies on a hill overlooking the town, with beautiful views of the surrounding valley.

Location: Paro, Bhutan
Cost for One: INR 2000

Sonam Trophel Restaurant

Sonam Trophel Restaurant is a fairly priced dinner in Bhutan and it is one of the perfect restaurants in Paro. Here you can enjoy delicious and genuine Thukpa, Datshi and Momos. Sonam Trophel provides vegetarian as well as the vegan meal, so if you are up to try some vegetarian Bhutan food, then it’s going to be the perfect place for you. At this hotel, you can also enjoy different Asian elegance at the token.

Location: Paro Tshongdue, Paro, Bhutan
Cost for One: INR 900

Folk Heritage Museum Restaurant

Folk Heritage Museum Restaurant is without any doubt the best restaurant in Thimphu. You will become a fan of this restaurant if you taste their buckwheat pancakes, genuine butter tea, or other delicacies made of eggplants and beans. The aura and ambiance of this restaurant also very traditional and people will definitely get a feel of a regular Bhutanese home in here.

Location: Folk Heritage Museum, Thimphu, Bhutan
Cost for One: INR 750

Babesa Village Restaurant

If you having thought about the genuine Bhutan non-vegetarian food, then there is a chance you will land up in Babesa Village Restaurant. At this dinner, try their set meals starting with hot beverages like butter tea, next in the list are rice, dried beef curry, different vegetables like turnip, eggplants and at last bracken with cheese. All in all, this is going to be the best place for people who want to try the imported native cuisine on their trip to Bhutan.

Location: Thimphu, Bhutan
Cost for One: INR 750

San Maru Restaurant

Run by a Bhutanese-Korean couple who are all smiles, this is the only place in the country you can gorge at absolutely delicious Korean food. The Bibimbap along with barbecued chicken is one of the best you will find in the country. Like most other places, this Bhutanese restaurant is done in traditional interiors and is one of the best dining experiences in the country.

Location: Norzin Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan
Cost for two: INR 1800

Champaca Cafe

If you are thinking of a cup of amazing coffee or delicious food, and then Champaca Café has all. The place was designed quite gracefully with high wooden stools taking in the place of usual tables and chairs. The food of this cafe is mouth-watering; and you can find anything you want ranging from pizzas, burgers, and several kinds of sandwiches to various types of baked goods like cakes, pastries, cookies, and other fresh items. Their fragrant coffee of this place is a sleeper hit amongst the locals and hikers alike!

Location: Main Street, Paro, Bhutan
Cost for One: INR 500

Zombala

Zombala situated in the middle of the market is the perfect place to charge your batteries after strolling out the markets of Thimphu. The place serves appetizing momos, the Ema Datshi with ingredients like mushrooms and chicken. The food is reasonable priced and you will also find an in-house-bar. Like most other places of Bhutan, this restaurant is also done in traditional interiors and offers perfect dining experiences in this country.

Location: Hong Kong Market, Thimphu, Bhutan
Cost for two: INR 400

Taktsang Cafeteria

Located midst the hills, this beautiful place is almost on the halfway to the Tiger’s Nest. You can enjoy the scene from here with scrumptious meals which will take care of your needs. The place serves red rice with the traditional curries, the service is a bit slow but courteous. You can also get some food packed here for the rest of your journey.

Location: Paro, Bhutan
Cost for two: INR 1200

Bhutan Kitchen

Another place to enjoy traditional dining, Bhutan Kitchen has the traditional low seating option. The ingredients used are fresh and local, which enhances the aroma and taste of the dishes. One of the best restaurants in Thimphu Bhutan, this place serves only vegetarian options, which will help you explore the native cuisine more. You should definitely try lentil soup and stir fried veggies with red rice. You can also opt for the buffet plans here, which will help you choose your next meal better. Hands down, one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Bhutan!

Location: Gatoen Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan
Cost for two: INR 1800

Ambient Cafe

The atmosphere of Ambient Cafe has a blend of classic Bhutanese elements and European cafes. Here you will find books along with various trinkets. The interiors of Ambient Café are quite delicious and it adds a fun vibe in the whole place. While you are in here, enjoy their delicious pizzas, sandwiches along with iced tea and different kinds of shakes. This café will definitely give you an experience of the Himalayan kingdom. At this cafe, you can enjoy the scenic beauty of Bhutan With their scrumptious meals.

Location: Norzin Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan
Cost for One: INR 600

Six Senses Bhutan

Six Senses manages five librated lodges in five separate valleys in the colourful Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, which are all operated under the umbrella of one all-enclose name: Six Senses Bhutan. Each destination has been thoughtfully designed to fully submerge toured into the local culture. The collected and costly lodges, which vary in style, showcase the variety and special character of each valley. From sunrise meditations and integrated spa treatments to personal astrology readings and butter lamp lighting ceremonies to wonderful hikes and treks through perfect forests, the aim is to leave enriched and restored.

DETAILS:-

·         Cost- Rs 1800/-

·         1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone, and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Como Uma (Paro and Panakha)

Como Uma controls two things in the Buddhist Himalayan kingdom, giving a dual chapter that opens up to the many surfaces of the mysterious ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. Como Uma Paro offers nine complete personal villas, 20 bedrooms and a Como Shambhala withdraw. Pared-back interiors are underscored with work by local craft persons while the hotel restaurant. The personal Como Uma Punakha – a five-hour drive from Paro – is set within one of Bhutan’s most sacred valleys. Each of the 11 rooms command stunning views of the valley, with the Mo Chu waterway snaking through the rice rooftop and orchards below.

DETAILS:-

Cost- Rs 1800/-

1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

Entertainment- LED TV.

Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone, and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

 

Amankora

Merging aman, Sanskrit for clam, with kora or circular blend in Dzongkha, the Bhutanese speech, Amankora is a series of lodges in Bhutan’s central and western valleys. A tour of discovery underneath the tranquil presence of plane Himalayan top, Amankora’s lodge destinations have been plotted to offer tourists the chance to experience in comfort Bhutan’s rich cultural estate and outstanding topography pledge to providing a peerless experience of this perfect year-round location, each lodge is a Heaven designed to complement its different attractive setting.

 DETAILS:-

·         Cost- Rs 1800/-

·         1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Gangtey Lodge

The multi-award successful Gangtey Lodge Bhutan offers every comfort and luxury in this one of the world’s good looking places. The 12 suite lodge, independently positioned near a bunch of farmhouses, is settled above the outstanding Gangtey (Phobjikha) Valley. Its remote destination and beautiful design in the heart of Bhutan, allows one to take a step back in time, away from the pressure and interference of the modern day life. The 4th and the 5 valleys that make the Bhutan journey, Gangtey Valley is a secured store for the black-necked cranes, left unwanted from the outside world.

DETAILS:-

Cost- Rs 1800/-

1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

Entertainment- LED TV.

Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Taj Tashi

Taj Tashi is the gateway to a magical land overflowed with interesting traditions. Staying true to Bhutan’s old and attracting ways, Taj Tashi charmingly mixed Dzong structure and modern design, and is furnished with a classical handcrafted Buddhist view. The 66 luxurious rooms and suites overlook the mountains and town and seize the extract of Bhutanese art and architecture. Two restaurants, a tea lounge, bar , and spa focuses on a different facet of Bhutan’s vibrant Mahayana Buddhist culture.

DETAILS:-

Cost- Rs 1800/-

1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

Entertainment- LED TV.

Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone, and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary

Named in 2019 by Vanity Fair as “the most beautiful charming 5-star Sanctuary in Bhutan”, the Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary is a magical resort in the Himalayan Kingdom. This unique and perfectly distant 24-room exclusive hotel overlooks the stunning Neyphu valley of Paro, just 20 minutes from the country’s sole international airport. This family-run hotel was constructed from scratch to copy a traditional Bhutanese fort or dzong. The rooms are submerged with natural light and have beautiful views overlooking the valley below and the adjacent Eutok Samdrupcholing Goenpa Monastery.

DETAILS:-

Cost- Rs 1800/-

1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

Entertainment- LED TV.

Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone, and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Dhensa Boutique Resorts

This Resort sits in the heart of the verdant and rich Punakha Valley. Bounded by thick pine forests, the resort overlooks the Punakha River and hundreds of rage fields that stair-step down to the valley floor. It is encircled by ample walking and trekking series. The lodge marries contemporary design with the Himalayan Kingdom’s old and attractive culture. There are 24 suites, set in six cottages, all with personal balconies. At the core of the Dhensa Punakha’s philosophy lies the sense of innocence and peace that permeates everything about Bhutan.

DETAILS:-

Cost- Rs 1800/-

1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

Entertainment- LED TV.

Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Le- Meridien

Marriott’s mid-range Le Meridien brand manages two outstanding properties in Bhutan. Le Méridien Thimphu is situated in the heart of Bhutan’s capital, offering suitable approach to Memorial Chorten, Tashichhodzon and other activities. The nicely furnished hotel rooms brags genuine Bhutan-style decorations and modern amenities. One hour away from the capital is the 59 room Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront, which is located on the boundary of the Paro River, offering extensive views of the Eastern Himalayas. Both hotels provide a spa, indoor pool, restaurants and conference facilities.

DETAILS:-

Cost- Rs 1800/-

1 Double Bed, 1 single bed, 1 sofa

Entertainment- LED TV.

Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Kichu Resort Paro

Paro is the star yet again and Kitchu Resort showcases it in all its beauty. Located mid-valley with farmsteads and temples peppering the surroundings, you’ll feel compelled to get out and explore the beautiful landscape. Choose from 45 rooms, pamper yourself at the spa and dine at the multi-cuisine restaurant. The resort is situated on the way to the Tiger Monastery and is the ideal place to stay if it’s part of your itinerary.

What’s special: It’s located in Paro Valley and provides great value for money
Tariff: INR 5,400

Dragon’s Nest Hotel

This lakeside hotel is as tranquil as they come. Views of the valley and the lush surroundings will inspire you to get in touch with your creative side. Rooms are elegantly furnished including the dining room which serves a tasty multi-cuisine menu.

What’s special: Tranquil surroundings and beautiful landscaped gardens
Suggested suite: Double room
Tariff: INR 4,500

Suspension Bridge

Near Punakha Dzong, you will get to witness the beauty of one of the longest suspension bridges in Bhutan. Encircled by the mountains of Bhutan, the whole setting of the suspension bridge is captivating for any nature lover. You will be surprised to know that the bridge does not shake even a little despite being such a long bridge.

Location: Punakha, Bhutan

Score a Bullseye

Archery is Bhutan’s national sport and its agony. On hills, across fields and in stadiums throughout the country, you’ll find multi-coloured horde of men in their decorated ghos taking turns to shoot arrows at a small sliver of a quarry positioned a enormous 140m away. Throughout, citizen of the closest village taunt and supporters– groups of women singing and dancing in circles in their first class silk outfits – offer words of motivation to their team and ragging to the opposition. This excited cheering, singing and dancing from the female watcher on the sidelines is just as delightful as the match. The Coronation National Archery tournament and Yangphel tournament are the biggest competition on the Bhutanese archery calendar, as well as those held during Losar, the Bhutanese New Year.

 Trongsa Dzong – Dig Into Bhutan’s History

There are many dzongs to visit around Thimphu, and the Tashicho Dzong is the main administrative building used today. It's enormous and there are novice departing the grounds. You can see the changing of the guards here as well. Unfortunately for us, I was nestling with a cat beforehand and had a serious allergy attack. My eye enlarged up to the point that my guide wanted to take me to a hospital. The changing of the guard was only 20 minutes away, but instead, we chose to go back to the hotel so I could take some Benedryl.

River Rafting

Unlike the regular river rafting in strong currents, rafting in Bhutan is a pleasurable ride while floating down the river. You will get to marvel at the lush greenery, rare birds, clear skies, and blue waters of Bhutan. The best time to do this activity is after the monsoon season as the flow of water increases. Thus, you can plan a vacation in October or November.

Location: Po Chu River and Mo Chu River

Enter The Tiger's Nest

 Tiger’s Nest Monastery is Bhutan’s Machu Picchu, its Taj Mahal the escarpment that launched 1,000 messages. It characteristics in every pamphlet, book and website about the country, but thanks to Bhutan’s provisions on tourist numbers, it doesn't feel. Of course, that could also be down to the heart-stopping trek up a steep, rocky track to reach it. This dizzy cliff, only 10km north of Paro, was chosen as a meditation site by Guru Rinpoche who, according to legend, reached here on a flying tiger. The temple has been reconstructed twice, after shocking fires in 1950 and 1998, and you’ll have no choice but to arrive on foot. But the scene across the valley to the temple, and the quiet ambience of regarding within, ensure that a visit to the Tiger’s Nest is a high spot of your visit to Bhutan.

Search For Yeti

In keeping with a Himalayan kingdom cut off from the rest of the world for centuries, Bhutan has its fair share of legends. The most popular is the yeti and in spite of the likes of Reinhold Messner stating that what people are really seeing is a Himalayan bear, the beast has a powerful hold on local tradition. Every villager has a tale about a close encounter with a big, hairy migoi and advice on how to flee one Bhutan has a National Park committed to the protection of the yeti, a distant 740-square-mile wilderness in the east of the country called Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary. Your opportunities of seeing a yeti are still pretty slim, but the park is also home to other dangerous species, including red pandas, so there's no shortage of other evasive animals for you to track down.

Increase you’re Gross National Happiness

Bhutan is popular all over the world for focusing on a better quality of life, rather than a better set of marketing figure. The King Jigme Singye Wangchuck called it Gross National Happiness back in 1972. And it is an idea that the country’s leaders have tried to adhere to, as they try to steer Bhutan into the future without gave up what makes it so special. Happiness and comfort of all people is the conclusive purpose of governance. It’s a belief that exhibits itself in different ways. Whereas the Himalayas have been largely logged in other countries, 75% of the trees remain here.

Buddha Dordenma

Overlooking the city of Thimpu, Buddha Dordenma is a stunning sight. Finished in 2015 it was constructed for success of the nation. Standing at 51 meters tall, it is a famous mission for locals and immense entertainment for visitors. Make sure to hike up behind Buddha for a look at it from above. There are tents and camps that locals use behind Buddha and you'll be welcomed with open arms.

Punakha & Semtokha Dzongs – See Ancient Art Come To Life

Bhutan focuses on preserving their culture, and their art is a major part of their culture. Bhutanese art is based on their religion and follows a certain style which is uniform. The craftworks follow traditional values rather than emphasizing innovation. The importance of their culture lies in their art and craft. If you want to witness the beautiful art and craft, you must take a tour of the different dzongs of the kingdom, including Punakha Dzong and Semtokha Dzong. A DIY art and craft tour is one of the best things to do in Bhutan for every art lover.

Things to know: Dzongs are symbolic centers of religious and secular affairs, so one should dress modestly.

Get to the bottom of a phallus fixation

The small village of Sopsokha in the Punahka area of Bhutan is not for the easily shocked. Nearly every building is decorated with an enormous phallus. Some are not enormous. Others are adorned with ribbons. In such a dedicated and moral country, the addiction with phalluses seems curious, particularly when you consider that it is women who take over property in Bhutan and the men who move to their wife’s village. Your chances of seeing a phallus fixation are still pretty slim, but the park is also home to other dangerous species, including red pandas, so there's no shortage of other evasive animals for you to track down.

Cane and Bamboo Products

Canes and bamboos are broadly used to make many items for the daily life of Bhutanese people. Since the Government opened their country to tourists around the world, items made of cane and bamboos are famous gifts to visitors. These things are small and treasures to buy such as baskets, wall-hangings, carpets, mats and so on. With multitude of shops selling these items, Thimphu is the best place to purchase the cane and bamboo products.

Authentic Bhutanese Craft

This shop is just adjacent to the Norzin lam and you can spot it easily. This shop is a handicraft shop which has really great things and people love the detailing with which it is made. This place has many handmade things to offer like scarfs, bags, shoes and much more. Here only authentic things which are made by the locals are made and you can see the hard work that is put into it.

Wooden Products

The ancient art of woodcarving has survived in the Bhutanese society for a long time passing through creation to creation and now plays an essential role in Bhutan culture. Through skillful technicians, different shapes of wood become beautiful products and furnished items such as bowls, cups, and plates with different shapes and colors. They are broadly used in the daily life of the Bhutanese people and now are one of the most favorable remembrances for the visitors traveling to Bhutan. This type of gift is sold in many shops all over the country. One more thing is that if you see anything wooden phallus, don’t forget that it is religious

Colourful masks

Festivals play an important role in the culture as well as the devotion of Bhutanese people send back the deep inheritance of Buddhist religion to the country. The dance festival is trusted to have importance to people’s soul, by observing these dances, it is thought to help to clean their mind and bring them good luck. It cannot be neglected that masks hold a critical part in any festivals taking place throughout the country. Dating back around the 8th century, Bhutanese masks are generally made of wood, carved with different shapes of the face and decorated by colorful fabrics mix with Bhutan traditional dress of the performers in dance festivals. Thimphu, Paro is the best place for tourists to buy the items at low-cost.

Hand-Woven Textiles

Bhutan is almighty wealthy with plentiful vegetation and herbal medicine from that final materials are draw out to use for vanishing textiles to make outstanding colours and floral designs by traditional methods using many types of natural ingredients such as leaves, roots, tree barks or flowers. Bhutanese textile is the special art of the country characteristics with complex designs made entirely by intelligent Bhutanese women. After having been processed, the textiles are used to make crafts, bags, wallets and especially clothing like Gho and Kira. Spending time to traverse the textiles hubs in eastern Bhutan like Bumthang, you will be able to purchase the original local products with a low price that is hard to find in other places all over the country.

Bhutanese Handmade Paper

Bhutanese traditional paper plays a vital part in the long-running tradition of the country. The action of making people does not belong to any genetic groups but it is renowned by the Government to give the design for Buddhist monasteries and painting industry. With the variety of functions such as gift wrapping, greeting cards and so on, it has been a favorite present for visitors traveling to the kingdom.

Yarkay Central Mall

One of the best shopping malls in Bhutan that will give you the best shopping experience in Bhutan. You can find some great stuff here as they have many things from China, Nepal,Bangok and Bangladesh. These products are imported from these places and you can have many classy gifts for people and for you. They also have many craft products sold here which are delicate and beautiful.

Location: Thimphu, Bhutan

Buddhist Paintings

Buddhism has great importance in the spiritual life of Bhutanese people. It is not just a religion; it is the standard of people’s behavior. Naturally, it is represented in the art of painting using mineral paints to furnish the temples or houses. A recommendation for art lovers is that Thimphu is a suitable region to look for this special item. Thimphu and other major towns are the shopping hubs to purchase these items. Bhutan postal stamps have made with distinct shapes with unique designs, bright colours and lively picture making it become the great remembrance to buy in Bhutan. 

Bhutanese Handmade Paper

Bhutanese traditional paper plays a vital part in the long-running tradition of the country. The action of making people does not belong to any genetic groups but it is renowned by the Government to give the design for Buddhist monasteries and painting industry. With the variety of functions such as gift wrapping, greeting cards and so on, it has been a favorite present for visitors traveling to the kingdom.

Dzi Beads

Out of the many things to purchase in Bhutan is the colourful Dzi Beads. Also known as the Himalayan beads, they are used in the making of accessories like bracelets, necklaces, etc. There are different designs to them as well – ovals, circles, squares, waves, stripes, lines, dots, diamonds, and other symbolic designs. You would be astonished to know that these beads are the most costly beads found on the face of the earth. It is believed that these beads are the creations of god and they bring luck and ward off evil spirits. You can also find the low-cost versions in the local markets.

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Bhutan is so costly because there are a number of things that the paid. From standard arrangements and meals, to internal taxes and tourism eminence fees; there are a lot of things that the daily fee covers. However, notwithstanding these fees, a tour of Bhutan is still a stunning trip to instigate.

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