Welcome to Bhutan, a hidden gem nestled in the majestic Himalayas. Known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan offers a unique blend of untouched natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and spiritual serenity. From the stunning landscapes of snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, and pristine rivers to the vibrant Buddhist monasteries, dzongs, and prayer flags that dot the countryside, Bhutan transports you to a world untouched by time. Embrace the warm hospitality of the Bhutanese people, indulge in mouthwatering traditional cuisine, and embark on unforgettable hikes to breathtaking destinations like the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Immerse yourself in the country’s traditional festivals, where ancient rituals come alive with colorful costumes, masked dances, and vibrant celebrations. Experience the magic of Bhutan and discover a land that cherishes its traditions while embracing sustainable development and happiness as its guiding principles.
After arriving in the paro international Airport, Begin your journey from paro to Timphu . along way visit Tachogang Lhakhang, A teample located on he way to the capital city. Taken in the beautyful scenery and immerse your self in thepeaceful atmosphere.
In the evening, visit the Memorial Chorten where you can sit with devoted people, chant mantras, and even prostrate as a form of prayer and meditation.
After Breakfast,Start your day by visiting the Buddha Point, where you can meditate and circumambulate the magnificent Buddha statue. Experience a sense of serenity and contemplate in the presence of this iconic symbol. Later, head to Semthokha Dzong, one of the oldest fortresses in Bhutan. Interact with the monks and participate in their rituals, gaining insight into their way of life.
Traditional Medicine: Bhutan has a rich tradition of traditional medicine known as “Sowa Rigpa.” You can visit the Traditional Medicine Hospital or clinics in Thimphu to learn about and experience traditional healing techniques, herbal remedies, and consultations with experienced practitioners.
Travel from Thimphu to Punakha and visit Pangrizampa, a site where you can meet an astrologer, provided their availability. Engage in conversations and seek astrological guidance if interested. In the evening, visit Punakha Dzong and take part in the evening prayer. Witness the mesmerizing rituals and immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance.
Explore Chimmi Lhakhang, a renowned temple known for its fertility blessings. Enjoy the scenic walk to the temple and embrace the local traditions and beliefs associated with it. Next, visit Sangchendrup Dorji Lhendrup Nunnery, where you can interact with nuns and learn about their spiritual practices and way of life with taking part in the evening ritual.
Embark on the Gantey Genpa Trail, a picturesque trek offering stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. Reach Gantey Genpa Monastery and participate in a ritual, allowing you to immerse yourself in the spiritual essence of the monastery.
Pm: Walk around beautiful Phobjica Valley and visit rural villages to experience the life style of Mountain People.
After breakfast, return to Paro and visit two significant landmarks, Rinpung Dzong and Ta Dzong. Rinpung Dzong is a fortress-monastery known for its beautiful architecture, and Ta Dzong is a watchtower-turned-museum that offers insights into Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage. Additionally, experience the warm hospitality of a local farm by visiting a traditional farmhouse.
Conclude your journey by visiting the iconic Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) monastery. This sacred site perched on a Cliffside offers breathtaking views and a unique spiritual experience. Meditate, perform rituals, and interact with the resident monks, deepening your connection to Bhutan’s spiritual traditions. Kichu Lhakhang
Hot Stone Bath: Bhutan is blessed with a natural hot stone bath, known for its therapeutic properties. Taking a dip in these hot stone baths can help relax your muscles, soothe your body, and provide a rejuvenating experience. Hot Stone baths can be arranged at Farmhouse in Paro after your hike to Taktsang/tiger nest.