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Departure: Daily
picture of bhutan A trip to Bhutan normally begins and ends in Paro. Located at an altitude of 2200m above sea level, Paro is home to the National Museum and watch tower to one of the oldest and most celebrated dzongs of Bhutan. The town is full of legends, heroism and natural splendour and recorded many events which marked the beginning of great cultural heritage of the country.

We also make a day trip to Bhutan’s capital Thimphu, scenically situated on a hillside and on the bank of the Thimphu River.

Upon arrival, own transfer to Novotel Hotel for the night (connected to the airport ).
Own transfer to the airport.
Fly Bangkok/Paro KB 121 0550/0900 - 1-stop in Calcutta  
On a clear day the panoramic view of the Himalayas are sensational including the Mount Everest, but particularly exciting is the approach through the Bhutanese foothills and the landing, including a few steep turns to land at the tiny airstrip of Paro.
(NOTE: Try and get the left hand seat for better view of the Himalayas)
Met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. Paro is the only international gateway into Bhutan and is a lovely valley, which in spring, is blessed with lovely cherry blossoms. At 2200m, its advisable to take the rest of the day easy. Take a stroll in town and soak in the atmosphere of this mysterious dragon kingdom.
Leaving Paro, we drive about 2 hours to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Though the biggest "city" in Bhutan, Thimphu is like a village compared to most other Asian countries. All buildings retain the traditional architectural design and on the streets, men & women folks still dressed in traditional gho (their national costume). We explore the capital today, visiting the memorial chorten, the national hospital, the national library and take a walk along the streets of Thimphu before returning to Paro in the afternoon.
Day 04 PARO (B,L,D
This morning, we make an excursion to Taksang Monastery - this has to be the monastery with the most outstanding setting in Bhutan. Set on a vertical cliff face 800 m above the ground, it defies all engineering logic. For the energetic, hike 2 hours up to get a more dramatic view of the monastery. In the afternoon, we tour the Paro Museum and the Drukyel ruin.
Our memorable tour concludes today with a transfer to the airport for your flight.
Fly Paro/Bangkok KB 120 1110/1610 - 1-stop in Calcutta  
  • These prices are based on min. two persons traveling together sharing one room.
  • The prices stated can only be indicative and may be adjusted once we know your date of travel, number in your party and if you have any other specific requirements.

    Tour price per person Twin-share Single supplement
    Based on Olathang / Kichu / Pelri Cottage    
    Addition cost per person per night if upgrade to the following hotels:
  • Uma Paro (superior room) or Zhiwaling
    Amankora in Paro
  • Airfare Singapore/Bangkok/Singapore on Thai Airways;
  • Airfare Bangkok/Paro/Bangkok on Druk Air;
  • Accommodation on twin share basis;
  • All meals as stated;
  • All tours & transfers with English speaking guide in private air-con vehicle and including all entrance fees;
  • Airport taxes;
  • Visa - USD 20/- for Bhutan;
  • Travel insurance;
  • Personal expenses such as tips, laundry, bar bills and telephone bills.
  • Pelri Cottages: located on a small hill top, the hotel has 12 cottages with 2 rooms in each of these cottages. Built in traditional design with the blend of modern amenities.
  • Kichu Resort: nestled in the valley, with its 49 rooms of ethnic décor and modern amenities. It spreads over 5 acre with manicured lawns, delightful flowers and an adjoining 500m river bank.
  • Olathang Hotel: initially built to host the state guests for the coronation of the current King in 1974, the hotel is spread over 23 acres of lovely pine forest.
  • Uma Paro: Fashioned by traditionally trained Bhutanese artisans, Uma Paro is a 29 room hotel offering 5-star comfort and sleek design, with all rooms offering views of the forested valley. (www.uma.como.bz/paro)
  • Zhiwaling Hotel: this is the first privately-owned Bhutanese luxury hotel which has 42 rooms and 3 suites, built on 10 acres of land. The main building is fashioned after a dzong, a traditional Bhutanese temple fortress. (www.zhiwaling.com)
  • Amankora Paro: The epitome of luxury and service, Amankora has a series of lodges throughout Bhutan. Amankora Paro is Bhutan’s first luxury hotel. The resort’s spa and yoga facilities make this the perfect place to relax after a long journey. (www.amanresorts.com)
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