Bhutan Itinerary 12 Days
The Kingdom of Bhutan lies in the Eastern Himalayas, between China (Tibet) to the north and the Indian territories to the east Bangladesh to the south and west of Nepal. Located in the heart of the high Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is a land locked country surrounded by mountains.
Day 1 Friday : Arrival/Paro Bhutan (B L D )
Check in to your hotel. ( to be advice )
Day 2 Saturday Paro ( B L D )
Acclimation and sightseeing in Paro. After breakfast we are going to visit the Taa Dzong, the only Museum in Bhutan, we will also visit Kichu Ihakhang one of the oldest Buddhist temples of Bhutan. Overnight in Paro Hotel TBA
Day 3 Sunday Paro ( B L D )
Today is the 3rd day of acclimation.we will vist Drukgyel Dzong an old fort now in ruins and also we will practice a day trek of 2 hour climb one way to visit Taktsang monastery to determine our preparedness for our trek the next day. Overnight in Paro. Hotel TBA
Day 4 Monday Start of Trek ( B L D )
Paro to Jele Dzong. This is a short trekking day.The trail ascends gradually to the camp. If weather permits, Paro valley can be seen with snow capped mountains behind. Altitude: 2,590 m distance: 7 kilometers or 4 ½ miles. Camp
Day 5 Tuesday 2nd day of Trek. ( B L D )
Jele Dzong to Jangchulakha. Begin with about 30 minute climb.The trail then takes you through thick alpine forest and rhododendron trees. You may see Yak Herders around your riverside campsite. Altitude: 2,900 m distance: 10 kilometers or 6 ½ miles. Camp
Day 6 Wednesday 3rd day of Trek. ( B L D )
Jangchulakha to Jimilangtso. The Trail follows the ridge. On a clear day, there are beautiful views of the mountains and the valley. Camp near Lake Jimilangtso.If you are lucky, you might enjoy trout for dinner. Altitude: 3,350 m, Distance 10 kilometers or 6 1/2 miles. Camp.
Day 7 Thursday 4th day of Trek. ( B L D )
Jimilangtso to Phajoding. The Trail leads through dwarf rhododendron trees and continues with a gradual climb. If weather permits, beautiful views of Mount Gangkhar Punsum can be seen. Then slowly descend to Phajoding. Overnight in the trekking shelter or camp in tents. Altitude 3,800 m, Distance 15 kilometers or 9 ½ miles. Camp
Day 8 Friday END OF TREK: ( B L D )
Travel from Phojoding to Thimphu. Rest for the remaining of the day. Check in to your hotel for a long hot shower and relax. Overnight in Thimphu. Hotel TBA
Day 9 Saturday Thimphu ( B L D )
Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan. After breakfast we will visit the Tashichho Dzong which houses the government ministries and the central monk body. We will visit the textile museum, the heritage museum, and the Memorial Chortan.We will also visit the General Post Office to shop for the famous Bhutanese postage stamps and first day covers. There will be visits arranged to the Handicrafts Emporium for small Souvenir shopping. We will also visit the painting and art school, the Tango and Cheri monasteries, traditional paper making factory. Overnight in Thimphu. Hotel TBA
Day 10 Sunday Thimphu/Punakha ( B L D )
After breakfast drive to Punakha. Have Lunch and rest a while. Do a local sightseeing in Punakha. We will visit the local market for souvenir shopping. We will also visit the Zangtopelri Chorten in Punakha. Overnight in Punakha. Hotel TBA
Day 11 Monday Punakha/Paro (B L D )
After breakfast, visit the Chhimi Lhakhang (temple of fertility) and the Wangduephodrang Dzong. After lunch, drive to Paro. Overnight in Paro.Hotel TBA
Day 12 Tuesday Depart for Bangkok
Depart for Bangkok. END of TOUR
Please note: Any one who wants to join is very welcome but, you must be fit to be able to trek to a highest point of roughly climb up to 15,000 feet above sea level. It’s a combination of a relatively easy and leisurely trek and some sights in the Western part of the country. The trek will start in Paro and end in Thimphu.
Daily Tourist Visa Fees $200-$250 per day - Government regulated and visas permitted are limited in numbers, annually, in order to control ecology, amongst other.
Druk Air Ticket Round trip Bangkok to Paro subject to change and availability as well as seasonality
What is Included:
Everything is included. Hotel Transportation to any part of the country, driver, guide, cook, food, safe drinking water, tents, pack ponies and all necessary camping gear.
What is not Included:
Airfare, expenses outside Bhutan, telephone calls,medical expenses and alcoholic drinks etc.
NOTE: (subject to change anytime)
If 1 person is going there is a surcharge of $40.00 per night
If 2 people are going there is a surcharge of $30.00 per night
3 or more no surcharge
Prepare depart Hongkong.
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