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Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is known for its monasteries, fortresses and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys.
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Pick up from NJP station & transfer to Thimpu. Night stay at Thimpu.
Aftrer breakfast, visit Folk Heritage Museum which gives an insight into the culture of Bhutan under one roof. It preserves and flaunts the folk tradition of the country. Then visit Takin Preserve Centre(Zoo). It has been an integral part of Thimphu city and is an ongoing visitor attraction. Visit The National memorial chorten. The Tibetan-style stupa was built in 1974 as a memorial to the third king, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck (1928–72). Early morning is a great time to visit, as elderly people shuffle meditatively around the chorten, families light butter lamps, and kids dressed in their smartest ghos and kiras rush out a quick parikrama (ritual circumambulation). Later ,after lunch visit Tashicho dzong. It is a Buddhist Monastery and fortress on the northern edge of the city of Thimpu in Bhutan in the banks of the Wang Chhu River. It is an impressively large structure, surrounded by well-kept lawns and beautiful gardens. This Zong housesa number of beautiful temples. dominates the valley, looking out over a cascade of terraced fields. It opens at 4 PM till 5:30PM. Back to
hotel. Stay at Thimpu.
Post breakfast head to Punakha Dzong. It is the most beautiful dzong in the country, especially in spring when the lilac-coloured jacaranda trees bring a lush sensuality to the dzong's
characteristically towering whitewashed walls. This dzong was the second to be built in Bhutan and it served as the capital and seat of government until the mid-1950s. All of Bhutan's kings have been crowned here. The dzong is still the winter residence of the dratshang (official monk body). The dzong is unusual in that it has three docheys (courtyards) instead of the usual two. After the sight seeing head to Paro. Check-in at the hotel. Night stay at Paro.
After breakfast visit Taktsang Monastery, famously known as Tiger Nest Monastery. The monastery is one of the most venerated places of pilgrimage in the Himalayan. The climb to the monastery takes about 3 hours on a comfortable pace. Frequent trekker and gym enthusiast can complete it in about 2 hours. The total distance walked is about 4 km one way with 700m in elevation gained. Then visit Kyichu Lhakhang. It is one of Bhutan's oldest and most beautiful temples. Elderly pilgrims constantly shuffle around the temple spinning its many prayer wheels, making this one of the most charming spots in the Paro valley. Entry is free to foreign tourists since they are paying their daily tariff. Back to hotel. Night stay at Paro.
After breakfast, visit Paro Dzong, The massive buttressed walls that tower over the town are visible throughout the valley, especially when floodlit at night. It was
formerly the meeting hall for the National Assembly and now, like most dzongs, houses both the monastic body and district government offices, including the local courts. Most of the chapels are closed to tourists but it's worth a visit for its stunning architecture and views. Return to NJP. Drop at the railway station/ Bagdogra airport as per the schedule.
Ø Toll, Fuel, Parking, Driver's DA & Night Holding.
Ø Accommodation with Breakfast.
Ø Sightseeing in all locations including Airport Pick & Drop.
Ø Flight/Train Tickets
Ø Park, Safari or any sightseeing entry fees
Ø Camera Charges
Ø Any Major Meal (Lunch/Dinner)
25% of thye amount as the booking amount
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