Bhutan is no ordinary place. It is a Himalayan kingdom with a reputation for mystery and magic, full of fortress (dzongs). The trekking routes in our tour spans across snow peaks found in the interior zones of the Himalayas to the lush green hilly forests & peaceful valleys, the trails are full of natural beauty clean and unspoiled.
The best part of the tour will be the many visits it comprises to various temples of Bhutan like the Trongsa Dzong or roaring Mangdue Chhu where one can have breakfast with the monks.
A trip to Gangtey Goemba which is the winter home of the black-necked Tibetan crane makes it an interesting tour for wildlife enthusiast
Lastly the latter part of the tour will also include a visit to the historical palace of the Indian king Sendha Gyab and for folks interested in local shopping can opt to spend some retail time at Thimphu’s famous weekend Market.
9 Nights / 10 Days (Ex Paro)
April- May; September to November
Hotel/ Resort – 09
As per request
In deluxe AC vehicles depending on the group size
Our 10 day adventurous trip will allow you to witness Bhutan’s pristine nature & you will enjoy the Bhutanese culture & the solitude of the Temple Mountains as we explore the local mountain ranges. Bhutan is all about traditional Buddhist culture which includes the famous tsechus (dance festivals),textiles and handicrafts & extreme archery(sports) competitions.
So get ready to hit this landlocked state also known as the land of the ‘Thunder Dragon’ and have a soulful trip of a lifetime with ‘Getupandgo’.
DAY 1 PARO-THIMPHU
Overnight in Paro.
DAY 2 THIMPHU SIGHTSEEING
Overnight in Thimphu.
DAY 3 THIMPHU-PUNAKHA-WANDUE
DAY 4 WANGDUE-TRONGSA
Overnight in Trongsa
DAY 5 TRONGSA-BUMTHANG
Visit Jakar Dzong. When the lamas assembled in 1549 to select a site for a monastery, a big white bird rose suddenly in the air and settled on a spur of a hill. This was interpreted as an important omen, and the hill was chosen as the site for a monastery and for Jakar Dzong.
Overnight in Bumthang
DAY 6 BUMTHANG SIGHTSEEING
Next visit Chakhar Lhakhang, the site of the palace of the Indian king Sendha Gyab, better known as the Sindu Raja, who first invited Guru Rinpche to Bumthang. The original palace was made of iron, hence nine storeys high, holding within it all the treasure of the world. After lunch visit Kurjey Lhakhang, a large, active and important temple complex is named after the body (Kur) print (jey) of Guru Rinpoche, which is preserved in a cave inside the oldest of the three buildings that make up the temple complex.
Overnight in Bumthang.
DAY 7 BUMTHANG-THIMPHU
Overnight in Thimphu
DAY 8 THIMPHU-PARO
Overnight in Thimphu
DAY 9 PARO SIGHTSEEING
Overnight in Paro