This 12/15 days trip provides you with a phenomenal encounter of life in Bhutan from the urban communities and towns to country life, nature and dazzling scene and, obviously, the religious existence of this Buddhist Kingdom where Gross National Happiness is a higher need than Gross National Product. The outing begins in Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan, where we visit the Tashichbo Dzong, seat of the public government and the Central Monastic Body, the Traditional Medicine Institute where medications are ready as indicated by old practices, and the Preserve Center where we can see Bhutan’s public creature: the takin. Two entire days will be spent in pleasant Paro, visiting Paro Dzong and the National Museum. We climb up to Taktshang Monastery, Bhutan’s most renowned cloister and one of its most revered strict destinations. It sticks to the edge of a sheer stone bluff that dives 900 meters into the valley beneath. We drive to Punakha to visit the most lovely Dzong of the nation, worked in 1637 and arranged between two waterways. Furthermore, we visit Phobjikha valley, renowned for the interesting and imperiled dark necked cranes during winter.
The locale of Samdrup Jongkhar in south-east Bhutan borders the Indian region of Darranga, Assam and is around 150 kms from Guwahati, the capital city of Assam. The excursion from Guwahati is around three hours. Travelers entering
Bhutan through Samdrup Jongkhar will take you to Trashigang, and from that point over the horizontal course to Mongar, Bumthang, Trongsa, Wangdue Phodrang and afterward at last into the capital, Thimphu.
Hanumaan Temple – Hanumaan Temple is a hindu sanctuary with around 50 kms of region for the whole compound. It is in this sanctuary that Hanumaan Jayanti is praised with much show by both Bhutanese and Indian individuals. Samdrup is additionally one of the objections where one can attempt all kind of Bhutanese, Continental and Indian cooking. One can attempt these dishes at any of the eateries around.
DAY 1 ARRIVAL IN BHUTAN, VIA SAMDRUP JONGKHAR
DAY 2 SAMDRUP JONGKHAR TO TRASHIGANG
DAY 3 TRASHIGANG (DAY EXCURSION TO TRASHI YANGTSE)
DAY 4 TRASHIGANG TO MONGAR
DAY 5 MONGAR TO LHUNTSE (DAY EXCURSION)
DAY 6 MONGAR : BUMTHANG
DAY 7 BUMTHANGVIEW SCHEDULE
DAY 8 BUMTHANG : TRONGSA
DAY 9 TRONGSA TO GANGTEY
DAY 10 GANGTEY TO PUNAKHA
DAY 11 PUNAKHA TO THIMPHU
DAY 12 THIMPHU
DAY 13 THIMPHU TO PARO
DAY 14 PARO
DAY 15 DEPART FROM PARO