* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel. Visit Boudhanath
stupa among others.
Day 2: Visit Pashupatinath. After lunch, go to the Kathmandu Durbar
Square, visit Kumari, Kasthamandap and Taleju Temple. Have
dinner at a Nepal-style restaurant with music and dance show.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Paro Thimphu
Transfer to your hotel in Thimphu (90 minutes). Check into
your room sooner out to explore excitement of Thimphu city.
Day 4: Sightseeing in Thimphu
Visit National Post Office, the Painting School, the world’s
tallest sitting Buddha, the memorial stupa of the 3rd King
Jigme Dorji Wangchuk and Tashi Chhodzong. Spend the
evening hour at Karma’s Coffee House.
Day 5: Return Thimphu Paro (1 1/2 hrs.)
Drive back to Paro. Visits in Paro include Tadzong - the
national museum of Bhutan, Kitchu temple - one of the most
sacred founded in the 8th century, the traditional Ngemi
Zampa bridge and a special treat to a farmhouse dinner.
Day 6: Drive to Punakha (3-4 hrs.)
Drive to Punakha in the morning (3-4 hrs.). Enroute
enjoy the sight of stupas at Dochula. Lunch served in Khuru.
Visit Punakha Dzong, an architectural marvel of medieval
Bhutan and the Nunnery center at Woolakha.
Day 7: Punakha
Visit Khamsum Yuelley temple and a view of a palace of the
4th King Jigme Singye Wangchuk. Return to Paro via
Day 8: Paro Kathmandu
-Drive to Paro International airport is just 15 minutes. Will
escort you right to the airport to see you pass safely through
customs and immigration smoothly.A complimentary welcome mask and folk dances should the group size exceeds 9 pax and above.Any expenses incurred on medical emergencies and evacuations
Any liabilities due to cancellation of flights, roadblock, etc.
Any kind of personal expenses.
Any supplement costs.
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