Day 01 : Departure from Kathmandu to Bhutan Paro internation airport. Arrive Paro and drive to Thimphu Our valued guests/group will be warm welcome by our representative at Paro Airport and drive to Thimphu, the capital city. Later visit the Buddha point and rest of the afternoon at leisure. Overnight at Hotel Thimphu.
Day 02 : Thimphu (Sightseeing). Morning , visit the Memorial Chorten, Takin Preservation center, Folk Heritage Museum and School of Arts and Crafts. Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, visit Textile Museum, Sangay Gang (City view point) Zilukha Nunnery, Tashichoo Dzong (the fortress housing the Govt. Offices and the Monastic body) and the Handicraft Emporium. Also visit the weekend market (ONLY on Friday, Saturday & Sunday) a colourful open-air bazaar. Overnight at Hotel, Thimphu.
Day 03 : Thimphu – Paro. Morning, drive to Paro and visit National Museum, Kichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest temple in the country, Paro Rinpung Dzong and the traditional wooden cantilever bridge. After lunch visit a Bhutanese traditional Farm House and the ruins of the Drukgyel Dzong. Overnight at Hotel, Paro.
Day 04 : Paro (Hike to Tigers Nest) After Breakfast, hike to the Famous Taktshang monastery, the Tiger’s Nest. ( 10,433 feet). The trail offers spectacular views of this sacred monastery perched precariously on a sheer rock face, 3,000 feet above the valley floor. We stop at the Cafeteria, about halfway to the monastery and enjoy the closer view of the monastery over a cup of coffee/tea. Tonight, farewell dinner with traditional Bhutanese cultural show will be organized. Overnight at Hotel Paro.
Day 05 : Daperture After breakfast, transfer to the Paro international airport to Nepal for your departure, where your guide will bid you goodbye and wish you safe journey and overnight Hotel Kathmandu.
Government of Bhutan recognizes tourism is world wide phenomenon and an important of achieving social economic development particularly for developing countries like Bhutan. It also recognizes that tourism, in affording the opportunity to travel, can promoting help understanding among peoples and building closer ties of friendship based on appreciation and respect for different cultures and lifestyles. There are, however, problems associated with tourism that, if not controlled, can have devastating and irreversible impact on the local environment, culture and identity of the people. Realizing these problems and the fact that the resources on which tourism is based are limited, the tourism industry in Bhutan is founded on principle of sustainability, meaning that tourism must be environmentally & ecologically friendly, socially & culturally acceptable & economically viable. Bhutan remained isolated from rest of the world & no tourism existed until 1974 preserving the rich natural environment & lively Buddhist culture. Impressive monasteries on cliff faces, this is country that woos visitors with perfect mix of stunning landscapes, fine architecture & offbeat charm.