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Bhutan Tour Cultural Odyssey

Bhutan tour Cultural Odyssey is one of the must do tour of Bhutan which covers Thimpu- the capital of Bhutan, Paro, Punakha-the ancient capital of Bhutan, Phubjika and Wangdi Phodrong. Phubjika is the winter home of the rare black-necked cranes that fly from Tibet. Phubjika has its significance in being one of the only two Ngimgma monasteries of Bhutan.
Bhutan Tour Cultural Odyssey is a 7night/8days Tour package which takes you to the mesmerizing journey of western and central Bhutan. You will pay visit to ancient and majestic Dzongs (fortresses) and monasteries, stroll through weekend markets with stores selling Thankas, paintings, masks, jewelries, statues and other handicrafts, stop by the Thangka School where students are taught to prepare Thankas. You will stop by the Handicrafts Emporium where you can buy Bhutanese textiles and other arts and crafts. You will also have a chance to glance Tashichho Dzong- the administrative building of King.
Bhutan Tour Cultural Odyssey will provide you with wonderful experience of learning the weaving technique including spinning and dyeing at the weaving cottage in Thimpu. It will take you into spellbinding journey through Oak and rhododendron forest and glaciated valleys.
Itinerary Outline

Day 01: Flight to Paro/ Drive to Thimpu
Day 02: Tour of Thimpu
Day 03: Move to Punakha and Wangdi Phodrong
Day 04: Travel to Phubjika (Gangtey)
Day 05: Move to Paro via Thimpu Gangtey
Day 06: Tour of Paro
Day 07: Travel to Takstang
Day 08: Final Departure from Bhutan
 

Day 01: Flight to Paro/ Drive to Thimpu
On the first day of the tour, you will board a flight to Paro from Kathmandu. Be ready to experience few sharp turns while you are landing on the airfield of Paro. In Paro, you will be greeted by your Bhutanese guide and taken to Thimphu where you will stay in a hotel overnight.

Day 02: Tour of Thimpu
In the morning, you will stroll through the city of Thimpu and visit the vegetable market, the Memorial Chorten and National Library. After lunch, you will make it to the factory of handmade paper and Thangka painting school. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 03: Move to Punakha and Wangdi Phodrong
On the third day, early in the morning, you will drive to Punakha - the old capital of Bhutan. Later, after having lunch on the Wangdi River, you will follow the trail persistently till you make it to Wangdi Phodrong Dzong. You will stay overnight in a hotel.

Day 04: Travel to Phubjika (Gangtey)
The route for the fourth day will lead you to peaceful Gangtey Valley which abodes the rare black-necked cranes which fly over Tibet in the winter. While in Gangtey, you will visit the Gangtey Monastery. You will stay overnight in hotel.

Day 05: Move to Paro via Thimpu Gangtey
After having breakfast, you will pursue the track through the Simtokha Dzong which is the oldest in Bhutan. Later, after having lunch, you will pay a visit to the hospital of traditional medicine and the National Library before continuing to Paro. You will stay overnight in a hotel.

Day 06: Tour of Paro
Today you will begin the exploration inside Paro by visiting ruins of Drukgyel Dzong from where you can have view of Chomolhari Mountain. You will pass through 7th century Kyichu Lakhang which celebrates the arrival of Buddhism in Bhutan. You will also stop by the National Museum before returning back to hotel in Paro.

Day 07: Travel to Takstang
Today, you will hike to the Takstang Monastery which positions itself on a cliff that overlooks the valley. You will then lower down and follow the track back to Paro where you will spend your night in a hotel overnight.

Day 08: Final Departure from Bhutan
This day marks the end of your short tour. You will take your breakfast in hotel and then will be taken to the only Airport in Bhutan which lies in Paro. From Paro, you will either fly back to Kathmandu through Druk Airlines or head for your next destination.
 

 

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