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Bhutan The Last Shangri-La Tour

The last Shangrila is Bumthang-the wide central valley, which is ancestral home of Buddhism in Bhutan and is place of pilgrimage for Bhutanese people.

The tour to Punakha Dzong at Punkha, Wangdiphordang and Gangty Gompa at Phubjika are all worth to visit. Highlights include Ta Dzong museum, Rimpong Dzong and the infamous Taktsang monastery (Tiger’s Nest) in the beautiful Paro valley.

Last Shangrila tour includes national memorial Chorten, 12th century Changaukha temple and the national library exhibiting ancient scriptures in Bhutan’s capital Thimpu and after crossing the 3050m Dochula pass with spectacular Himalayan views, a journey into the sub-tropical Punkha Valley the incredible the Punkha Dzong and Chimi Lhakang, temple of the ‘Divine Madman’.

  • Facts of the Trip
  • Detailed Itinerary
  • Cost Information
  • Bhutan FAQs

Trip Duration: 08 days,

Best Time: February, March, October and November are the best months,

Minimum Pax: 1 pax,

Accomodation: All Hotels/lodges during bhutan tour,

Meals: All meals during bhutan tour,

Trip Grade: Easy,

Day 01: Arrival at Paro and reception by our representative at the airport and drive to Thimpu. Overnight hotel.

Day 02: Sightseeing at Thimpu
In the morning visit to colorful vegetable market, the Memorial Chorten and the National library. After lunch visit to handmade paper factory and the school of Thanka painting, stroll about down. Overnight hotel.

Day 03: Thimpu to Punakha and Wangdi Phodrong.
Drive to Punakha the former capital of Bhutan. After picnic lunch by the Wangdi river continue to Wangdi Phodrong Dzong, the most picturesque in Bhutan. Overnight hotel.

Day 04: Punakha to Phubjika
Excursion to serene Gangtey valley, home of the rare black-necked cranes that fly over Tibet in the winter; visit the Gangtey monastery. Overnight hotel.

Day 05: Phubjika to Bumthang via Tongsa
Drive to Bumthang, visit Tongsa the biggest Dzong in Bhutan, and walk to the “Watch Tower”. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06: Sightseeing of Bhumthang
Today you will visit Tha Jampa Lakhang, Tamshing Lakhang and Kencho Sum Lakhong. Overnight guest house.

Day 07: Bhumthang to Punakha
Drive back to Punakha with a picnic lunch in routine. Overnight hotel.

Day 08: Punakha to Paro via Thimpu
Drive back to Thimpu; visit Somtokha Dzong and continue to Paro. Overnight hotel.

Day 09: Sightseeing at Paro
In the morning visit the fortified tower Ta Dzon, the impressive Srukgyel Dzong ruins (monastery fortress) and you can also get an opportunity to visit Kyichu Temple of 7th century. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10: Takstang Excursion
Hike up to the Tiger’s Nest known as Takstang one of the most spectacular and most sacred pilgrim to all Buddhist. Overnight at hotel.

Day 11: Final Departure
After breakfast, transfer to the airport in Paro for your departure to Kathmandu or your own destination.

Cost Include

  • Arrival pick up and transfers
  • Guided sightseeing tours in Paro and Thimphu
  • Service of licensed English speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide.
  • All Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Twin sharing accommodation and hotels
  • All meals during tours (breakfast/lunch/dinner)
  • Bhutan entry Visa fee and all necessary permits
  • All government taxes, Tourist service charge

Cost Exclude

  • All Airfare and Airport Tax
  • Travel & medical insurance
  • All personal Expenses like drinks, telephone and internet, laundry etc.
  • Tips for guide and tour staffs
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned in the inclusive

Q. How to get Bhutan?
There are two ways to get into Bhutan, either fly or overland through India. Druk Air operates to Bhutan from Thailand, Nepal, and India. Flight from Kathmandu (Nepal) is perhaps the most amazing flight as it offers spectacular views of Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga on its way to Bhutan.

Q. How can I obtain a visa for Bhutan?
Our Company will help you for visa procedures. We must submit the visa application to the Bhutan government at least 6-7 weeks prior to your arrival date to allow time for processing. The actual visa will be stamped in your passport when you arrive at the Paro airport.

Q. When is the best time to visit Bhutan?
The best time to visit Bhutan is March to May and September to November.

Q. Is Bhutan a Safe Country?
Bhutan is safe country to travel. It is safe country for women and solo travelers’ also.

Q. Is there ATM facility in Bhutan?
Of course there is ATM facility in Bhutan. You can take money from all the banks in Bhutan.

Q. Do I need to worry about altitude sickness?
Most visitors will have no problem adjusting; altitude sickness may be a problem for certain people. Our cultural tours program does not reach altitudes higher than 3500 meters from sea level.

Q. What should I pack?
It depends on the season of travel to Bhutan. Except for summer season, warm clothing, down jackets, and sweaters are recommended. In summer, heavy cottons and lightweight woolens will be better.

Q. Are Bhutanese people friendly?
There are a bunch of smiling and hospitable people. Where ever you go, you will always become their family member.