Bhutan Cultural Tour

These 4 nights 5 days Bhutan Cultural Tour is a fly-in-fly-out tour to Bhutan. The tour offers you plenty of time to explore the wonderful monasteries and experience the unique lifestyle of the Bhutanese people.

You will fly in Druk Air from Kathmandu to Paro Airport. Enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime Himalayan flight over the Himalayas. Visit Memorial Chorten, Handicraft Emporium, Tashicho Dzong, excursion to Cheri Gompa, hiking to the famous Taktsang Monastery, and many adventures to do.

A magical and fascinating visit to the Land of Thunder Dragon is the Bhutan Cultural Tour. It enables you to fully experience the intensity of Bhutanese culture and aids in your renewal thanks to the pleasant energy this place exudes.

The purpose of this cultural tour is to showcase to the outside world the distinctive culture, people, and way of life of Bhutan. Bhutan is unique compared to other nations in the world because of its restricted tourist strategy.

Similarly, during this tour one will be at Thimpu. There we tour the Memorial Chorten, Changangkha Lhakhang, National Library, Institute for Zorig Chusum, Textile Museum, Trashichhoedzong, and other places in Thimphu. After touring the aforementioned locations, we move on to the Paro valley. The drive to Paro is beautiful, with stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests. We can also stop at Simtokha Dzong while on the journey. Spend the evening at a hotel in Paro.

Bhutan still upholds the genuine culture that they acquired from their ancestors even though the entire globe has been infused with it. People’s culture and way of life, if unaltered by the passage of time and the quickening development of communication and technology

Cultural tour of Bhutan
An opportunity to learn more about Bhutan’s distinctive art, architecture, culture, history, and music is provided through the Bhutan Cultural Tour. To experience the vibrancy of Paro and Thimpu, you visit various heritage sites nearby. With this journey, you may also see intriguing museums and well-preserved national landmarks like monasteries, dzongs, and fortresses.

If you visit Bhutan during any festive season, you can witness the colorful festivals’ vibrancy. With traditional clothing, simple and cheerful people, harmony, and rich customs, no wonder Bhutan is a happy country.

Bhutan Cultural Tour in brief
Bhutan Cultural Tour is a quick cultural tour of some of Bhutan’s most significant cities, including Paro and Thimpu. The best way to learn about the distinctive features of Bhutanese history and culture is to take a tour of its heritage sites, museums, monasteries, and dzongs.

A four-day tour that illuminates Bhutan’s rich cultural ethos is offered. The journey begins with a flight to Nepal’s Paro city. The sole international airport for entering Bhutan is Paro Airport. The journey begins with a sightseeing tour of Thimpu, which is followed by a visit to Paro’s sites from Paro.

On the tour, we stop at a number of the city’s museums, dzongs, and monasteries. The trip concludes with a climb up to Paro’s Tiger’s Nest monastery. It is a wonderful monastery constructed in a captivating setting. You will be in awe of the monastery’s setting and amazing architecture!

Day 01: Kathmandu - Paro (by Druk Air) Transfer to Thimphu.

Transfer to the airport and fly to Paro. A spectacular descent through mountainous valleys brings you into the Kingdom of Bhutan. The beautiful airport is your first glimpse of what's ahead. After clearing customs and visa control you are met by your driver and guide. A short drive along the valley brings you to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. This very picturesque drive past rural homes, and hillside monasteries, and shortens only takes 1.5 hours. Settle into your hotel and after lunch at a local restaurant start your sightseeing, visiting the Textile Museum, a traditional paper-making factory, and the Post office to see Bhutan's beautiful stamps which also depict our country's myths, and traditions, etc. Alternatively, you can do less formal sightseeing and walk around the town with your guide. Dinner at a restaurant. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Thimphu - Punakha

(72 Kms, 3 hours drive). After breakfast, drive to Punakha via Dochula pass. If the weather is clear, we stop for a while at Dochula pass to view Higher Himalayas. On the way, stop a while to view Chimi Lhakhang, which was built by Lama Drukpa Kuenley in the 15th century. He subdued the demons with his "Magical Thunder bolt". The Temple is also known as "the Temple of Fertility". Lunch in Punakha. After lunch, visit Punakha Dzong built in 1637 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, and is situated between Pho Chu (Male River) and Mo Chu (Female river). For many years until the time of the second king, it served as the seat of the Government. The construction of the Dzong was foretold by Guru Rimpoche, who predicted, "a person named Namgyal will arrive at a hill that looks like an elephant". There was a smaller building here called Dzong Chu (Small Dzong) that housed a statue of Buddha. It is said that Shabdrung ordered the architect, Zowe Palep, to sleep in front of the statue, while Palep was sleeping, Shabdrung took him in his dreams to Zangtopelri and showed him the palace of Guru Rimpoche. From his vision, the architect conceived the design for the new Dzong, which in keeping with the tradition, was never committed to paper. The Dzong was named Druk Pungthang Dechen Phodrang (Palace of Great Happiness). The war materials captured during the battle with Tibetans are preserved here. Punakha is still the winter residence of Je-Khenpo and King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk convened the new national Assembly here in 1952. In the evening, hike to Khamsung Yulley Namgyal Choling Monastery. Overnight at Hotel in Punakha.

Day 03: Punakha - Thimpu and sightseeing in Thimpu

After early breakfast drive back for 3 hours to Thimpu. Thimphu sightseeing includes a visit to the visit National Memorial Chorten, built in honor of our late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, and also a visit to the Folk Heritage Museum, which is dedicated to connecting people to the Bhutanese rural past through the exhibition of items and artifacts used in rural households, Textile Museum, where the art of traditional weaving is still kept alive and preserved through exhibition and has a good collection of old textiles which are rich in its color and design. Lunch will be served at a restaurant in Thimphu. After lunch visit the School of Arts and Crafts where the 13 Crafts are taught to Young Children which was established in 1971 with two objectives in mind, (a) to preserve and promote the traditional arts and crafts and (b) to create more job opportunities.

Day 04: Thimpu to Paro including sightseeing and hike to Taktsang.

After early breakfast, we drive to Paro for sightseeing in Paro and hike to Taktsang. Immediate after arriving in Paro again we drive to the winding road to the Drukgyal Dzong, the ruined fort, which was once defended this valley from Tibetan invasions, and also visit a Bhutanese farm house of a local family at Drukgyal for a close-up view of everyday Bhutanese life. We then drive beyond Satsam Chorten to hike up (or horse ride) to the Taktsang monastery (Tigers nest). The horse rides up to the cafeteria will take around 1.5hrs. At the viewpoint, you will enjoy the stunning view of the monastery, where Guru Padmasambhava landed on the back of a tigress in the 8th century. We then walk back to the road point and visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, overnight at a hotel in Paro.

Day 05: Departure

After breakfast, drive to Paro Airport and farewell to your flight to Kathmandu.

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Trip Facts

  • Duration:5 Days
  • Grade:Easy
  • Rating:Best
  • Region:Bhutan Tour
  • Trip:Bhutan Tour
  • Activity:Bhutan Tour Package
  • Max.Altitude: ft.

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