Journey to the Land of the Dragon Kingdom

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival - Paro
The flight into the Himalaya reveals breathtaking views of the great peaks Mt. Everest, Mt, Kanchenjunga, Mt. Chomolhari, Mt. Jichu Drake, etc., taking you right into the colourful valley of the Dragon Kingdom at Paro. On arrival you will be greeted and transfered through the beautiful Paro valley to Hotel. Evening briefing on the tour/trek in Bhutan - dinner & overnight at hotel.

Day 2: In Paro
AM: Visit the old for ruins pf the Drukgyal Dzong (castle) which offers a very scenic drove of a typical Bhutanese landscape. On the clear Day, the Mt Chomolhari (7,314m), the sacred summit reaches skyward beyond the Dzong. On the way back, visit Ta Dzong, the national museum housed in the ancient watch tower build in around 1651, situated a little above the Paro Rimpung Dzong.
PM: After lunch, scenic drive to Thimpu (65 Km/2 hrs) and visit Memorial Chorten, School for painting & medicine, the national library and Bhutanese handicraft center. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3: Thimpu - Paro
AM: Visit Tashicho Dzong (presently Govt. secretariat building which requires special permit for the visit. So, permit could be declined. In that case, visit is organized to have just an external view). After this, visit Bhutanese cottage industry for local paper production.
PM: After lunch, drive back to Paro (2 hrs) and visit Kichu Lakhang (the oldest monastery in Bhutan). Overnight at hotel.

Day 4: Paro - Departure
After early breakfast, drive to airport for departure flight to your onward destination.

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