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Visit prominent locations in Paro and Thimphu on a short and inexpensive Bhutan tour steeped in culture. Visit Paro’s famed Tiger Nest Temple and Thimphu’s largest standing Buddha statue.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Your journey to Paro International Airport will be one of the most memorable Himalayan flights you’ll ever take. Our team will greet you when you arrive at the airport. You’ll travel to Thimphu via car and visit the world’s largest standing Buddha statue in Thimphu which overlooks the beautiful valley. At 169 feet (52 meters), Buddha Dordenma is one of the world’s largest Buddha stupas, with 100,000 8-inch tall and 25,000 12-inch tall gilded bronze Buddhas. The journey from the major city to the statue takes 15 minutes.
In the afternoon, go to the Thimphu Memorial Chorten, which is located in the heart of the city. The Chorten was built in 1974 to commemorate the 3rd King’s contribution to world peace. In the evening, go sightseeing in Thimphu.
It takes 1 hour to drive from Thimphu to Paro. We begin our journey early in the morning to the well-known Tiger Nest Temple. The journey from the base camp takes 3 hours and is an uphill trek through the pine forest. The temple is the most popular in Bhutan, with hundreds of tourists and locals visiting each month.
Visit Paro Dzong in the afternoon. The Paro Dzong is regarded as a pinnacle of Bhutanese architecture. The towering buttressed walls that tower over the town can be seen from all throughout the valley, especially at night when floodlit.
It used to be the National Assembly’s meeting hall, but now, like most Dzongs, it accommodates the monastic body as well as district government agencies, including the local courts. Although most of the chapels are closed to visitors, they are worth seeing for their spectacular architecture and scenery. The dzong was built in 1644 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, Bhutan’s great unifier.
Taa Dzong, Bhutan’s sole museum is a 10-minute walk from the Dzong. The museum houses about 3000 pieces of Bhutanese art, spanning over 1,500 years of Bhutanese culture. Then, enjoy the overnight stay in a hotel.
On the last day of your tour, our guide will take you to the airport, and help you with checking in and boarding.
All important documentation like Bhutan Visa and Permits, Accommodation, transportation, Meals, and guide and Daily SDF.
March, April, May, September, October, and November are the best season to visit the Country.