The Bhutan Tour Package is the 6 Days Private Tour that starts right after you land in the Paro Airport nearby Thimphu in Bhutan. We meet you in the airport and your discovering and adventure in one of the most isolated countries on the planet starts.
A holiday is full when your kids, moms and dads are getting their selection of holiday and experiencing in their personal ways inside the family circle in an exotic travel destination. With friends and families in Bhutan - possibilities are endless and every minute is remarked! In Bhutan with us loved ones holidays, possibilities are endless and every minute is remarked.
Board a luxurious family vehicle, explore the scenery and explored nature, and arrange a sumptuous family picnic lunch time to enjoy at the mountaintop with magnificent breathtaking views of the snow-capped Himalayan Mountains. Or, be more adventurous with your family and youngsters and go for a white river rafting on light as well as intense rapids, at your own taste and preferences. Or, submerge in the quietness of nature amid the harmonic melodies of unusual Himalayan birds and spot Himalayan bears and leopards. Experience the calmness and tranquillity of this gorgeous country as you visit sanctuaries, monasteries and historic structures here. Punakha Dzong, Kuenray, Takin Preserve, etc are some of the attractions to get paid attention for! Top this off with panoramic views of Himalayan Mountains.
Punakha is known for the historical Punakha Dzong - one of the earliest and biggest dzongs in Bhutan; it is also the once seat of the authorities. It has seen numerous significant events in the history of Bhutan such as the wedding of Bhutan's king, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, and the 1st national assembly.
Dochula Pass is known for the 108 Buddhist shrines developed here by the Queen Mother, Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck.
The unique Drukpa Kunley was known for his unusual philosophy; hence, was often referred to as The Saint of 5000 Women.
The world of a calm river, looming hills, and monasteries, the Paro Valley welcomes you over and over with all its heart. Kyichu Lhakhang is stated to be one of the 108 Buddhist temples, built by the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo, to defeat a demoness, which made obstacles in the spreading of Buddhism in the region.
The visit to Ta Dzon - home to the National Museum of Bhutanwill take you one step deeper to the culture and folks of the kingdom. Fascinatingly, several of the artifacts housed in the museum date back to 4000 BC!
Drukgyel Dzong is an archaeological site these days utilized to become a significant protection base until a few decades ago! Constructed in 1649, the structure was abandoned in 1951 just after a fire left it in ruins.
Enjoy it all and much more with our Bhutan Tour Package!