Hidden Valley – 11 Days

This visit furnishes guests with the ideal understanding while at the same time featuring numerous conventional points of interest and culture traditions of the Bhutanese individuals. The aptitudes of the Bhutanese craftsmans are so distinctive in the painstaking work that, it never neglects to astonish guests to the kingdom.

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  • Country
    Bhutan  
  • Duration
    11 Days  
  • Level
    Easy  
  • Altitude
    3,400 m /11152 ft  
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  • Ends
     
  • Activity
    Sightseeing and Cultural Tour  

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About Hidden Valley – 11 Days

This visit furnishes guests with the ideal understanding while at the same time featuring numerous conventional points of interest and culture traditions of the Bhutanese individuals. The aptitudes of the Bhutanese craftsmans are so distinctive in the painstaking work that, it never neglects to astonish guests to the kingdom. The best works of art go from wonderfully hand-woven customary materials and painstaking work. While many spots create fine cases of both, Bhutan's superlative wood carvings, veils, gold and silverworks, paper, and religious works of art are one of a kind and magnificence and in the way that they are made to be utilized by the general population themselves, as opposed to be sold to vacationers.

Short Itinerary

  • Day 01 – Arrival at Paro Airport. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 02 – Sightseeing around Paro. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 03 – Scenic drive from Paro to Thimphu for touring. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 04 – Drive from Thimphu to Punakha with touring in transit. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 05 – Drive from Punakha to Trongsa. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 06 – Drive from Trongsa to Bumthang. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 07 – Sightseeing around Bumthang. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 08 – Leaving Bumthang behind we drive to Phobjikha. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 09 – Drive from Phobjikha back to Paro. Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 10 – Excursion to the Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest). Overnight at a hotel.

  • Day 11 – Transfer to the worldwide air terminal for your last flight. Overnight at a lodging.

Trip Details

  • Day 01 - Arrival at Paro Airport

    You can take off to Paro from Bangkok, New Delhi, Kathmandu, Dhaka and so on. We prescribe you to fly from Bangkok on the grounds that Druk air offer ordinary flight from Bangkok – Paro – Bangkok though Druk air don't work regular flights from different segments.
    The flight to Bhutan offers grand perspectives of a portion of the most astounding tops on the planet.
    Paro is at an elevation of 2280m above ocean level and this valley fills in as a perfect zone for rice, apple, wheat, potatoes and vegetable developing.
    Our Bhutanese visit guide will meet you at Paro airplane terminal, generally invited with silk scarves and after finishing of landing conventions we at that point exchange to lodging. Overnight at a lodging..
    (Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 02 - Sightseeing around Paro

    Early morning drive towards Paro. We visit the Ta Dzong which houses the National Museum and visit Paro's Rimpung Dzong, in transit down we cross the sixteenth century cantilever connect. Additionally going by the Drugyel Dzong triumph post, worked in 1647 which is 18 kms from Paro. Investigate the great bulwarks of the recent fortification which guarded the nation against a few attacks. On a crisp morning one can likewise see the hallowed Mount Jomolhari, from the northern escarpments. We take a visit to a homestead house and watch the customary Bhutanese lifestyle and living. Overnight at an inn.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 03 - Scenic drive from Paro to Thimphu for sightseeing

    Early morning we take a beautiful drive to Bhutan's capital, Thimphu, approx a hour and a half drive from Paro. Touring in and around Thimphu valley we visit the National Library, which holds an accumulation of old Buddhist writings and original copies, and in addition the establishment for Zorig Chusum usually known as Painting School, material and Folk Heritage Museum which gives a knowledge into Bhutanese material culture and ordinary lifestyle. Likewise going by the National Memorial Chorten, Trashichho dzong a great religious community, Bhutanese Handicrafts showing an extensive variety of wonderfully hand-woven materials and specialty items. At night we investigate the lively Thimphu Bazaar. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 04 - Drive from Thimphu to Punakha with sightseeing on the way

    Driving 3 hours leaving Thimphu the street climbs steeply through a woods of pine and cedar, trimmed with hanging lichen high up close Dochula pass (3,050 m). This pass offers all encompassing perspectives of the Himalayan mountain runs on a crisp morning. You will see Rhododendrons, Magnolias, Junipers and pine backwoods with twittering hints of the numerous uncommon types of flying creatures found in Bhutan. We at that point drive onto Lobesa where you take a short climb to Chimi Lhakhang Temple, it is trusted that this sanctuary favors ladies who look for fruitfulness. Proceeding with North to visit the superb Punakha Dzong, worked in 1637 which deliberately possesses the land between the two streams Phochu and Mochu. Overnight at an inn.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 05 - Drive from Punakha to Trongsa

    Around 6 hours after our initial breakfast to Wangdiphodrang we proceed to Tongsa crosswise over Pele-la pass (3,300m). The pass is set apart by a white chorten and numerous supplication banners. There is a sudden change in vegetation with mountain woods supplanted by high height predominate bamboo. Ceasing at Chendebji Chorten for lunch. You can see the chorten with eyes painted at the four cardinal focuses. It was worked in the eighteenth century by Lama Shida from Tibet, to cover the remaining parts of underhandedness soul that was quelled at this spot. At long last coming to towards Trongsa you can see the shocking Trongsa Dzong from a separation. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 06 - Drive from Trongsa to Bumthang

    Trongsa (2,300m) truly meaning new town frames the focal center of the country and generally the place from where endeavors at binding together the nation were propelled. Visit the Trongsa Dzong which was worked in 1648 and is the greatest and most amazing of the considerable number of fortifications in the nation. This Dzong is the tribal home of Bhutan`s imperial family. Both the first and second Kings of Bhutan controlled the nation from this old seat. Every one of the five Kings were contributed as Trongsa Penlop ('governer') preceding climbing the honored position. The religious body movements to Trongsa for the winter and to Bumthang in the late spring. Over the town is Ta Dzong watch tower which is by and by under redesigns to clear a path for the new Museum on Bhutanese Monarchy.
    After the voyage through Trongsa we drive to Bumthang, 68 kms far from Trongsa, an adventure of around 3 hours, over the Yutong-la pass (3,400m). The street twists steeply up to the pass, at that point keeps running down through coniferous woods into a wide, open developed valley known as the Chumey valley. Halting in Chumey town there are many shops offering yathra, a woolen material. Bumthang is well known for yathra a particular portion of woven woolen texture in various hues and examples for the most part made utilizing old coloring systems .The Road takes after the valley down and it moves through blue pine backwoods to Kiki La (2,860m). We then plunge down to the Choekor Valley or focal of Bumthang. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 07 - Sightseeing around Bumthang

    Bumthang valley contains a blend of four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura with heights differing from 2,600m to 4,000m. Home to a significant number of unmistakable Buddhist sanctuaries and religious communities. Going to the Jakar Dzong worked in 1667 and it`s seat of area organization and territorial devout assortment of Bumthang. Jambay Lhakhang established in seventh century by the Tibetan ruler Songsen Gampo it is one of the most seasoned religious communities in the nation. Kurje Lhakhang, where the supporter holy person of Buddhism in Bhutan curbed a neighborhood evil spirit and left his body engrave. Tamshing established in 1501 by Terton (Treasure Revealer) Pema Lingpa the incarnation of Guru Rinpoche. The cloister has exceptionally antiquated religious works of art like 1000 Buddhas and 21 Taras (female type of Buddhisattvas) in Bhutan. Visit an agriculturist's home for refreshments and watch the customary method for living. We likewise visit a Swiss ranch which produces house, swiss cheddar, nectar, an extensive assortment of organic product squeeze and spirits. The Brewery that makes the popular Red Panda Beer (weiss lager) additionally situated here. Take a lackadaisical stroll in Chamkhar town. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 08 - Leaving Bumthang behind we drive to Phobjikha

    Driving around 7 hours to the cold valley of Phobjikha. On the inclines of valley the immense cloister of Gangtey is arranged, built up in the seventeenth century. The town of Phobjikha lies a couple of km, down from the religious community, on the valley floor. This very, remote valley is the winter home of dark necked cranes, which relocate from the fields of Tibet in the north, to pass the winter a long time in a milder atmosphere. Investigate Gangtey town and Phobjikha valley. The one of a kind dark necked crane celebration is hung on the valley floor each November. Overnight at an inn.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 09 - Drive from Phobjikha back to Paro

    A simple drive by means of Wangdiphodrang. Overnight at a lodging.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 10 - Excursion to the Taktsang Monastery (The Tiger's Nest)

    The trail to the Tiger's Nest moves through delightful pine and rhododendron woods. You stop at the cafeteria which offers sublime very close perspectives of the tigers settle for refreshments. At that point we proceed with the climb for brief time until the point when you see Taktsang religious community. Worked in 1600s, this unbelievable cloister sticks to the edge of a sheer shake bluff that dives 900 meters into the valley beneath. History expresses that Guru Padmasambhava, the Tantric spiritualist who conveyed Buddhism to Bhutan, arrived here on the back of a flying tiger and contemplated here for three months. Overnight at an inn.
    (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included)

  • Day 11 - Transfer to the international airport for your final departure

    After breakfast our airplane terminal agent will drop you at the Paro International Airport for your flight takeoff from Bhutan.
    (Breakfast Included)

Our Cost Includes

  • Pick up from and drop off at the hotel and the airport on a tourist car / van /minibus.

  • Standard government-approved accommodation (in twin sharing rooms) for the duration of the tour.

  • Full-board meals - breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea & snacks - for the duration of your stay.

  • Drinking water for the duration of the tour.

  • Country presentation and tour Briefing on the evening of Day 01 with welcome drinks.

  • Licensed English-speaking Bhutanese tour guides.

  • Private transportation and a designated driver within Bhutan. Toyota 4WD luggage vans and light trucks for group travel. Luggage will be hauled by horses, mules or yaks at higher elevations, if required.

  • Monument and museums entrance fees at all sightseeing locations detailed in the itinerary.

  • Cultural afternoon/evening sessions with traditional mask and folk dances (with beverages). Only for group tours.

  • Bhutan visa fees and processing assistance.

  • Government royalty (35% of $200), which goes to the country's health and education projects.

  • All route access and monument entry permits and fees.

  • All government taxes, official expenses and tourist service charges.

Our Does Not Cost Includes

  • International airfare and airport departure tax. (Please see the Druk Air flight info below)

  • Your travel insurance (mandatory for the trip, see the travel insurance page).

  • Expenses of personal nature, such as laundry.

  • Alcoholic and cold drinks.

  • Personal clothing and equipment. (See the equipment tab for detail information)

  • Tips for tour guides, porters, driver, hotel lobby and in restaurants. (Tipping is expected)

  • Other expenses not mentioned in the Price Includes section.

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Total Duration 11 Days

This visit furnishes guests with the ideal understanding while at the same time featuring numerous conventional points of interest and culture traditions of the Bhutanese individuals. The aptitudes of the Bhutanese craftsmans are so distinctive in the painstaking work that, it never neglects to astonish guests to the kingdom.

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