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Glimpse of Bhutan Tour

Glimpse of Bhutan Tour is a 4-day long tour which will provide you with the opportunity to meet and learn about the culture and lifestyle of ever smiling locals, tread into the untouched forest with rare insight into the wildlife and have a glimpse into ancient traditions of arts and crafts of the Kingdom Of Dragon.
While in Glimpse of Bhutan Tour, you will stroll through the less frequented areas of Bhutan. The experiences from this tour include flying in the country's only international Airport which is located in the beautiful valley of Paro, inhaling the clean mountain air, passing through forested ridges, visiting majestic monasteries and meeting with welcoming Bhutanese in their striking national dress.
Since Glimpse of Bhutan Tour is a short package of mere 4 days, no expectations can be made to get to know the whole about Bhutan. Yet this tour will be enough to acquaint you with happening places of Bhutan and the lifestyle and religion of Bhutanese inhabiting there.
Glance of Bhutan is an ideal way to experience the glory and the myth of this Himalayan kingdom in its most magnificent - a perfect blend of culture and nature exploration. You will visit Bhutan's capital Thimpu, Paro, the dzongs, monasteries and the school of Thanka paintings.

Itinerary Outline:
Day 01: Fly to Paro, travel to Thimphu (2350m)
Day 02: Day-long sightseeing in Thimpu (2350m)
Day 03: Hike to Paro, visit Taktsang Monastery
Day 04: Departure from Bhutan
 

Day 01: Fly to Paro, travel to Thimphu (2350m)
On the first day of the tour, you will board a flight for Paro. During the flight, on a sunny day, you will enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayas including Everest. 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: Day-long sightseeing in Thimpu (2350m)
In the early morning of the second day, you will visit Pangri Zampa Monastery which is situated just beyond Dechencholing Palace (5 km from Thimphu). This temple was the first residence of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal when he arrived in Bhutan in 1616 AD. It was built during the first quarter of the 16th century by Ngawang Chogyel, the great ancestor of the Shabdrung,
During the afternoon, you will visit the Memorial Chorten, a huge Stupa built in memory of the third King who reigned from 1952 to 1972. You will also visit the National Library where ancient manuscripts are preserved. Next you will head for the Painting School where students are taught to paint Thankas. The school still retains the traditional art. Later you will stop by the Handicrafts Emporium where you can buy Bhutanese textiles and other arts and crafts. Finally you will have a chance to glance Tashichho Dzong- the administrative building of the king.

Day 03: Hike to Paro, visit Taktsang Monastery

This day, after having breakfast, you will drive north of Thimpu for about an hour to return to Paro. Later when you reach Paro, you will go hiking to Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Taktsang). It takes three hours of climbing through the hotels to arrive to the point from where you will have your first view of the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. After a brief rest, you will lower down the hill and pass along the waterfall to the monastery.
Taktsang monastery positions itself facing a 1,000 m cliff that exists above the Paro valley. There is a popular myth associated with this cliff. According to it, this cliff was the very place where Guru Rinpoche landed on the back of a flying tigress and brought Buddhism to Bhutan from Tibet in the eighth century.
Later in the afternoon, you will drive to Drukgyel Dzong, which was built in the seventeenth century to celebrate the victory of Bhutanese over Tibetan invasion. It was used to control the trade route to the south. This marvelous site has been turned to mere ruins ever since it caught fire in 1951. You will stay in a hotel overnight.

Day 04: Departure from Bhutan
This day marks the end of your short Bhutan tour. You will take your breakfast in hotel and then will be taken to the only International Airport in Bhutan which lies in Paro. From Paro, you will fly back to Kathmandu through Druk Airlines.
 

 

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