Central Western Bhutan Tour
Central and Western Bhutan Tour is very rich ancient cultural heritage with Himalayas range of Bhutan. Western and Central Bhutan Tour offers a chance to experience the one of a kind traditions and culture of western and focal valleys of Bhutan. Western and central Bhutan is divided by the north-south running Black Mountain range. The western part of Bhutan is known for its spectacular scenic beauty; the area is filled with rice paddies and orchards. Western Bhutan also consists of high passes such as Cheli La (3988m), Dochu La (3050m), and Pele La (3300m), from where we get a spectacular view of the mountains. Likewise, Central Bhutan also has amazing natural beauty occupied by the miles of alpine and sub-tropical dense forests. It is popular for its buckwheat and apple production, strong stone houses, and beautiful monasteries.
Center and western Bhutan tour offers to take you around amazing monasteries, unique architecture, ancient traditions and rich colorful culture, and a wide variety of nature and wildlife. The main attractions of the tour include Rimpong Dzong, Ta Dzong Museum, Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) in the wonderful Paro valley, 12th-century Changangkha Temple, and The National Memorial Chorten. In Western Bhutan, you will get to meet the Drukpa people, and travel around Haa valley, Paro valley, Thimphu, Punakha valley, Wangdue Phodrang and Phobjikha Valley. The central Bhutan tour includes a visit to the broad valley of Bumthang (the Cultural Heartland of Bhutan) and picturesque Trongsa Dzong. During this tour, you will get to experience the unique Bhutanese culture and tradition.
Everest My Trip is a well-known trekking company based in Kathmandu. We have been successfully conducted Bhutan tour programs in the past providing you with highly knowledgeable local tour guides. Our reviews and ratings are the evidence that proves we are the best at what we do. We provide our clients with every kind of services to make their trip the best one.
Day 01: Arrival in Paro (2200m)
We catch a flight to Paro, Bhutan, from Kathmandu and enjoy the scenic view throughout the flight. We meet our local tour guide and take a short drive moving alongside Thimphu River towards Thimphu (Bhutan’s capital). En route, we will visit the National Museum in Paro valley. Overnight in Thimphu.
Day 02: Thimphu Sightseeing
Today we stroll around the colorful market of Thimphu and then visit the National Memorial Chorten, the National Library, the National Painting School, the Changangkha Temple, and the textile museum, the traditional paper making factory, the Tashicho Dzong monastery, Zangdopelri temple, and the mini zoo to see Takin. Overnight at hotel in Thimphu.
Day 03: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha
We take about 3 hours’ drive to reach Punakha leaving Thimphu behind via Dochula Pass where we can get a mesmerizing view of snow-capped peaks of Bhutan. We continue our drive to Punakha relishing the countryside view. After checking into the hotel we go to visit Punakha Dzong–the former winter capital of Bhutan–which is built between two rivers “Phochu” (Male River) and “Mochu” (Female River). We take a short hike to Chhi-Med Lhakhang temple dedicated to Bhutan’s foremost saints, Lama Drukpa Kuenley, also known as “divine madman”. Overnight in Hotel.
Day 04: Drive from Punakha to Paro
We drive back to Paro, after breakfast, relishing the scenic view of the eastern Himalayan range and amazing landscape throughout the drive. Upon arriving, we explore the town of Paro, visit the local handicraft shops to buy souvenirs to take back home. Overnight at hotel in Paro.
Day 05: Day Excursion to Haa valley
Today we take a short drive to Haa Valley. The road takes us through pine and rhododendron forests before arriving at Chele-la pass (3988m) from where we can get the extraordinary view of Mt. Chomolhari (7326m) and Mt. Jichu Drake (6662m). After spending some quality time, we continue on our remaining 1-hour drive to Haa valley. We visit Lhakhang Karpo Monastery (the white temple) and Lhakhang Nagpo (the black temple). We drive back to Paro for an overnight stay.
Day 06: Visit Tiger’s Nest (Taktsang Palphug Monastery)
After breakfast, we take a short drive to Paro Hiking point. We start our hike to Tiger’s Nest, also known as Taktshang Monastery, located 300m above the Paro valley. It is believed to be a spot where Guru Rinpoche arrived on the back of Tigress and meditated for 3 months. Taktsang Monastery is one of the 10th holiest sites in the Buddhist world. We hike back and drive to Paro. Overnight in Hotel.
Day 07: Departure
We will drive you back to the Paro International Airport in time for final departure.
- Accommodation:In Twine/Double sharing basis at Top 3 star plus Hotels /Resorts
- Visa fee
- Flight Ticket From Ktm Round trip Ktm
- Transportation: Following are our transportation:
- 2 Pax: Hyundai Santa fee/Tucson or
- Similar (4 + 1 Seater) o 4 – 10 Pax: Luxury Toyota Hiace Bus (10 + 1 Seater).
- 11 & above Pax: Luxury Toyota Coaster
- Bus (18 + 1Seater)
- All Tourist Permit: Yes
- All Bhutan Taxes
- All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) with Evening Refreshments
- Fluent English Speaking Bhutanese guide licensed by Royal Bhutan Govt.
- All entrance fees to museums & cultural sites
- Extra Services: Mineral drinking water
What's not included
- Tips for the guides, driver or hotels
- Travel insurance is not covered
- Luxury hotels (4 Star & 5 Star)and separate vehicle will be charged extra Personal related expenses like calls, Internet, Beverages, Alcohol, laundry, donations to Monasteries and Temples, Souvenirs, shopping etc.
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- Rimpong Dzong , Ta Dzong Museum
- Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest)
- 12th-century Changangkha Temple
- The National Memorial Chorten
- Drukpa people, Haa valley, Paro valley
- Thimphu, Punakha valley, Paro valley
- Wangdue Phodrang and Phobjikha Valley.
- Valley of Bumthang (the Cultural Heartland of Bhutan)
- Trongsa Dzong. During this tour
- Unique Bhutanese culture and tradition
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