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BHUTAN, a Himalayan country to the east of Nepal beyond Darjeeling and Sikkim (INDIA), invites you to explore the land of THUNDERBOLT. A tour of Bhutan brings you to a typical land of colorful cultural heritage and hospitality. THIMPU, the capital of Bhutan and the surrounding areas offer you varied scenic beauty of the mountains and hills and visits of Buddhist Monasteries will let you opportunities of experiencing the spiritual bliss. The sound of bells and drums resounding in the tranquil atmosphere offer you peace of mind and soul. Explore this land and return to your country carrying in your heart all the happiness that this land of THUNDERBOLT offers you.
The Kingdom of Bhutan is a landlocked nation in the Himalaya Mountains, sandwiched between India and the People's Republic of China in South Asia. The local name for the country is Druk Yul. It is also called Druk Tsendhen (land of the thunder dragon), because the thunder there is said to be the sound of roaring dragons. Historically Bhutan was known by many names, such as Lho Mon (southern land of darkness), Lho Tsendenjong (southern land of the cypress), and Lhomen Khazhi (southern land of four approaches). The origins of the name Bhutan are unclear; historians have suggested that it may have originated in variations of the Sanskrit words Bhota-ant (the end of Bhot – another word for Tibet, or Bhu-uttan (highlands). The word Bhutanas a name for the country dates from the late 19th century.
Bhutan is one of the most isolated and least developed nations in the world; however, the country maintains strong economic and cultural links with India. Foreign influences and tourism are heavily regulated by the government to preserve the country's traditional culture and national identity. The landscape ranges from subtropical plains in the south to the Himalayan heights in the north, with some peaks exceeding seven thousand metres. Mahayana Buddhism is the state religion and accounts for about half the population. Thimpu is the capital and largest city.
Day 01: Arrival Paro, Bhutan by Druk Air flight. Transfer to hotel. Overnight Paro.
Day 02: Paro valley sightseeing. Overnight Paro.
Day 03: Early drive to Thimpu. Lunch at the hotel. Overnight Thimpu.
Day 04: Thimpu valley sightseeing with cultural programme of masked dances. Overnight Thimpu
Day 05: Early morning drive to Paro airport for departure.
A guide, all meals three times a day, lodging in standard hotels, ground transportation within Bhutan, pack animal in trekking, entry fees into monuments.
Personal expenses, Travel Insurance, Airport Tax, travel insurance, flight charges from Kathmandu to Paro or from Paro to Kathmandu, Bhutan visa fee whish is US$20 per person. (Please note that no foreign office abroad grants a Bhutanese Visa, It has to be obtained through the registered travel/trekking agencies in Nepal.
The flight from Kathmandu to Paro leaves on every Monday, Thursday and Saturday and flight from from Paro to Kathmandu leaves on every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
- 4 Days Tour to the Paro and Thimpu Valley (Fly in / Fly out)
- 5 Days Tour to the Paro, Thimpu, Paro (Fly in / Fly out)
- 8 Days Tour to the Paro Valley, Wangdi and Thimpu (Fly in / Fly out)
- 12 Days Tour along with 3 days Trek (Fly in / Fly out)
- 13 Days Tour to the Parp, Thimpu, Wangdi and Bumthang (Fly in / Fly out)
- 29 Days Complete Tour (Fly in / Fly out)