DAY 1 - Paro – Thimphu (Approx 51 Kms / 1.5 Hrs)
- The most breathtaking mountain flights you will ever take in your life. The world's tallest peaks may be seen when flying into the hot Indian plains from the left side of the aircraft window. If the weather is clear, your pilot will utter the names of the peaks. As the plane descends into the high mountains, you won't see any cities or airports but will instead be able to take in the beauty of the Paro Valley as it approaches, the alpine woods, and the little monasteries, temples, and farmhouses. You will have a view of Paro's lush valley, the Paro Dzong, and the Paro Chu (river) before the aircraft sets down on the runway.
- You will be transported to Thimpu, the country's capital, after arriving at Paro Airport. Register at the hotel.
- The remainder of the day is free time.
- In Thimphu, spend the night at the hotel.
DAY 2 - Thimphu Sightseeing
- Today, continue with the sightseeing trip and stop at the Takin Zoo, Folk Heritage Museum, National Library, and Handicraft Centre to witness the traditional arts. A stupa and a Buddha statue make up the later National Memorial Chorten, which is dedicated to Bhutan's third monarch. The remainder of the day is free time.
- In the motel in Thimpu for the night.
DAY 3 - Thimphu – Punakha Via Dochula Pass (Approx 85 km / 2 hrs 30 minutes)
- Today, travel to the Punakha Valley's lowlands, crossing the 10,000-foot Dochula Pass, and halt in Hongtsho Village. Register at the hotel. afternoon trip to a magnificent Punakha Dzong was constructed in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to serve as the region's religious and administrative centre. It is strategically located at the confluence of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers. Visit Punakha Dzong and Punakha Suspe afterwards.
DAY 4 - Punakha - Gangtey Valley Excursion
- Today, go to the lovely Gangtey Valley through the strategically placed Wangdiphodrang Dzong, which is perched on a ridge 4, 430 feet above sea level and offers a view of the country's highway that branches to the east and south. The black-necked crane (Grus Nigricllis), an endangered species, winters in the Gangtey Valley, one of Bhutan's most picturesque open valleys. They travel to this valley from Tibet in the middle of November. With their intellect, poise, social skills, beauty, and independence, these cranes have grabbed people's imagination for millennia and inspired numerous stories, legends, folktales, and songs. The birds take off from their summer residence in Tibet and China and fly back across the Himalayas. The little Gangtey town is dominated by the Gangtey monastery, which has a golden roof.
- Spend the night at the Punakha Hotel.
DAY 5 - Punakha - Paro (Approx 145 Kms / 4 hrs)
- This morning drive to Paro and stop at Lamperi. Visit the Royal Botanical Park. In the Afternoon visit the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong.
- Overnight at the hotel in Paro.
DAY 6 - Paro
- Enjoy Paro sightseeing today after breakfast and stop by the National Museum and Paro Dzong. Drive to the Paro Taktsang, one of the most well-known spiritual heritage sites, later. It practically hangs on a granite cliff overlooking the Paro Valley at 900 metres above the valley level. Guru Rimpoche, who came in the eighth century, is connected to the temple. The remainder of the day is free time.
- Spend the night at the Paro Hotel.
DAY 7 - Depart Paro
- This morning you will be transferred to Paro Airport to board your flight/train back home or to your next destination.