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Bhutan is one of the smallest and unexplored country in the world. The mountains are magnificent, the forest are dense, the people are delightful, the air is pure, the architecture inspiring, the religion exciting and the art superb. With its beautiful and largely unspoiled Himalayan setting, its rich flora and fauna and its vibrant Buddhist culture, Bhutan has become an increasingly popular destination for international tourists.
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DAY 01: ARRIVAL PARO (FLIGHT)
DAY 02: PARO – THIMPHU (55 KMS 1 ½ HRS DRIVE)
En route to the small and charming capital city Thimphu, we will visit the Iron Chain Bridge built in the late 1300s. Once we reach Thimphu we will explore the Royal Textile Academy where you can witness the living art of traditional weaving, the National Library holds the biggest book in the world, the Traditional Art School, and have a Bhutanese lunch at the folk Heritage Museum. Also visit a mini zoo to see the unique Takins, the national animal of Bhutan, and the Centenary Farmers Market where farmers come to sell their produce.
Overnight at Thimphu.
DAY 03: THIMPU – DOCHULA – PUNAKHA (85 KMS. 3 HRS. DRIVE)
DAY 04: PUNAKHA – GANGTEY (80 KMS 3 HRS DRIVE)
DAY 05: GANGTEY – PARO (170 KMS 4 ½ HRS DRIVE)
DAY 06: PARO
DAY 07: DEPART PARO
Early morning breakfast at hotel. Later well in time checkout from the hotel and transfer to airport to boatd the onward flight.