Best of Bhutan Tours
| Most Popular of Bhutan Tours with Tiger's Nest |
7 Nights & 8 DaysDestinations : Paro – Thimphu – Punakha – Paro
The experience on one of our most popular Bhutan tours will leave you far beyond your imagination. This tour covers all the important landmarks and what the best Bhutan has to offer to the outside world and simply experiencing the local tradition of this kingdom located high up in the Himalayas. Explore authentic Bhutan and gain a deep insight into the vibrant cultural identity of the kingdom. The journey through the majestic landscapes, snow-capped mountain and Buddhist traditions of Bhutan offers a remarkable experience on all our Bhutan tours. The warmth, hospitality, and politeness of the local people ensure a memorable vacation not only unique but truly valuable.
- Witness spectacular view of the Himalayas while flying in and out of Paro
- Explore Paro exploding with colors and tradition
- Guided city tour of the tiny capital Thimphu
- Visit Punakha Dzong – the most beautiful monastery in Bhutan
- Visit Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’- one of the most famous monasteries in Bhutan
Program SummaryOn this enchanting eight-day tour of the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, you will witness lush natural beauty, breathtaking scenery, magnificent monasteries, ancient Buddhist temples, fluttering prayer flags and smiling faces of the Bhutanese people. Upon arrival in the city of Paro, you will be driven to the capital Thimphu for 2 nights. After exploring the monasteries and other important sites of Thimphu, you will be taken to your next destination - Punakha. During your two-day visit to Punakha, you will enjoy spectacular views of Bhutan's highest mountains, explore the fortress and stroll through 108 stupas. Your final destination will take you back to your arrival city of Paro. Hike to the holiest Buddhist temple on a steep cliff over nine hundred meters before saying goodbye to this happy country of Bhutan.
ExclusionsAirfare | Travel Insurance | Video camera charges | Any excursion that is not mentioned in the itinerary | Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips, porter-age etc | Any other feature which is not mentioned in the "Inclusions" section
Remember to take off your hat and sunglasses when entering temples, monasteries, dzongs and chortens, or crossing a bridge. Ask your guide if you need to take off your shoes when entering temples, monasteries, Dzong, and Chortens. Keep your cellphone quiet and avoid talking loudly when entering temples, monasteries, dzongs and chortens. Always go around sacred places in a clockwise direction. Never wear shorts when visiting religious sites such as temples, monasteries, dzongs and chortens, or in public buildings. This could be considered as disrespect. It is not allowed to take photos in temples, monasteries, dzongs and chortens. Smoking in public places is prohibited.