GRP =Grouping, FM= Family, STU = Students
Venture into a world that will touch your heart and soul – a land of myths, legends and traditions which are as vital and alive today as when they originated.
Thickly forested valleys, snow-capped mountains, colorful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze, maroon robed monks and architecture from another age. This is Magical Bhutan Tour 5 Days, a kingdom that has long maintained its independence and isolation from the outside world and so preserved a fascinating Himalayan culture and tradition.
The Cost Include:
Accommodation – Twin share (tourist standard hotel)
All applicable transfers & sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary
All Sightseeing entry fee, permit charges & royalties as per the itinerary
English speaking interpreter/guide
Flight cost KTM-Paro-KTM
Visa Fee for Bhutan
The Cost Does Not Include:
Personal expenses such as drinks, postage, laundry
Tips and gratuities
Costs arising from unforeseen events outside the control of Royal Mt. Trekking (eg. Landslides)
Nepal Part (Extra)
You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu Nepal.
Note: Please bring 2 copies of passport-size photos to issue visa.
Guide / Porters : RMT (Royal Mountain Trekking) provides insurance facility to our guides and porters as per state law.
Punakha Dzong is next in our list in Bhutan Tour 5 Days. It was strategically built by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1637 at the junction of Pho Chhu (Male River) and Mo Chhu (Female River). It played an important role in Bhutan’s history and serve as the religious and administrative center of the region. Punakha Dzong is also the winter residence of Bhutan’s spiritual leader, the Head Abbot and the Central Monastic Body.
At noon we visit Bhutan’s National museum originally built as Watch Tower above the huge Paro Dzong (monastery/fortress). The museum holds fascinating collection of national treasures ranging from ancient armor, art, artifacts, thangkha paintings and Bhutan’s exquisite postage stamps.
Further, drive north to Paro valley to visit ruins of Drukgyel Dozng and an excursion to Taktsang Monastery. It is a popular fort used by Bhutanese to repel several invasions of Tibetan Armies. It also offers the spectacular view of Mount. Jumolhari (23,996ft /7314m) and also visit Rinpung Dzong along with typical Bhutanese farm house.
Taktsang is the most famous Bhutanese Monastery. It is believed that Guru Rinpoche arrived on the back of the tigress and meditated at this monastery. Therefore, it is also called “Tiger’s Nest”. The round trip excursion of monastery takes almost 5 hours and we return back to Paro town. En route visit the Kyichu Lhakhang which is one of the oldest and most scared shrines of the Kingdom.
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