Destination : Paro &  Thimphu
Duration : 3 Nights and 4 Days
Starts: Paro
Ends : Paro
Transportation: By car (Sante-Fe, Creta, Prado or Tucson)
Activities :  Architecture /Forts / Market / Bazaar /Handicraft stores/ Bhutanese textiles/ School of Traditional Painting and Crafts

Trip at a Glance

Day 1: Paro-  Arrival (visit National Museum, Kychu  Monastry, Drukgyel Dzong & farm house)

Day 2: Thimphu (Buddha point, Tashi-chhoedzong, walk the streets of the capital and explore

the handicraft stores & experience being Bhutanese, & Farmer’s market )

Day 3: Paro  (Taktshang, visit to a wellness centre).

Day 4 : Paro- Departure

Highlights of the Tour

Day 1: Arrive  in Paro
Paro is a beautiful lush valley , characterised by scenic beauty  and countless myths and legends. It harbours  many of Bhutan’s oldest temples and monasteries. The country’s only airport, Paro airport has been recognised as one of the cleanest  and least crowded airports in the world. The fertile valley of Paro produces  the bulk of Bhutan’s popular and nutritious  red rice from its terraced fields. Kichu Lhakhang (temple) is another reason for a tourist to be happy about visiting Bhutan. This special temple was built around 6th and 7th century  by a Tibetan King to subdue a demon is known as one of the 108 temples he needed to construct within a single day.It also offers a typical experience with hot stone bathing, traditionally cooked and served Bhutanese dishes.

Overnight  at Paro

Day 2:Thimphu
The heart of the nation where one of the highest population in the country resides. Thimphu  is the capital , the largest and only city of Bhutan. It is situated in the western central part of Bhutan. Thimphu, is also  the political and economic centre  of Bhutan, has a dominant agricultural and livestock base, which contributes to 45% of the country’s GNP.  Watching the very popular national game archery played between two teams of men is another amazement. Another wonder of Thimphu valley is the beautiful craft boutiques that stretch for a kilometre or two at the mouth of the  city. A must explore and experience market, one of its kind in Bhutan is the Farmer’s Centenary Market. The visit to the School of Arts and Crafts would give an insight into  Wood carving, weaving, gold, silver and metal smiths, painting (mud and  metal statues), wall painting, scroll painting embroidery, stone sculpture the Bhutanese way.

Overnight at Thimphu.

Day 3: Paro to Taktshang Hike
Taktshang is a prominent Himalayan Buddhist scared site and the temple complex is located in the cliffside of the upper Paro valley. It was founded in the 8th century as a meditation cave. Padmasambhava is credited with introducing Buddhism to Bhutan. According to legend, it is believed that Guru Rinpoche flew to this location from Tibet on the back of a tigress. Therefore, this place is was consecrated to tame the Tiger demon. Today many monks and lamas visit Taktshang for  meditation or praying purposes. Climbing up hill to Taktshang monastery is about 1 1/2 hours. There is a trail which is has railings to secure the pilgrims and to enjoy the views from the hill top.

Overnight at Paro

Day 4: Depart Paro
Your guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel and see you off at  the Paro  air port. We hope your experience of Bhutan will add to the beautiful memories of your life. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to serving you the same with the best of what we have.


Pricing Detail and time to visit Bhutan

Category Months for Travel 1 – 5 Pax 6- 10 Pax 10 Pax & more

Peak Season

March/ April/ May/ September/October & November US $ 260 per day US $ 240 each per day US $  215 each per day



January/ February / June/July/ August & December US $ 230 per day US $ 210 each per day US $ 195 each per day

*The charge  of the trip for 4 days & 3 nights  INCLUDES accommodation in a 3 star hotel, an English speaking experienced  guide,bottled mineral water, tourist SIM with 4G, 3  meals (light refreshments to carry as well), a professional tourism driver with a luxury SUV transportation with a professional driver, fees & taxes.However, cost DOES NOT INCLUDE :

  1. Airfare to Bhutan
  2. Travel & medical Insurance coverage.
  3. Alcohol beverages, Internet, telephone etc…,
  4. Laundry, riding pony, tips and other expenses of personal nature.
  5. Meals in 5* hotels
  6. Bhutan visa fee.
  7. Language speaking Guide
  8. Overseas call