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Embark on a 23-day journey exploring Ladakh, Sikkim, and Bhutan, delving into diverse landscapes and cultural wonders. The itinerary includes acclimatization in Leh, Nubra Valley’s camel safari, and the ethereal Pangong Lake. In Sikkim, discover Gangtok’s charm, visit Pelling’s scenic marvels, and explore the spiritual depth of Rumtek Monastery. Bhutan unfolds with cultural immersion in Thimphu, the historical Punakha Dzong, and the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro. The itinerary concludes with the tranquil Haa Valley, offering a customizable adventure enriched with spirituality and breathtaking vistas. Ensure acclimatization and consult a tour operator for a seamless journey.
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All hotels and accommodation will be in 3 star with modern aminities.
Pay heed to tour leaders or instructors in order to enjoy a safe and sound experience.
Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the tour.
Avoid roaming during the night.
Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the tour.
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Embark on an unforgettable journey to Ladakh from Delhi Airport. Experience the breathtaking landscapes and rich culture of this Himalayan region. Book your flight now for an adventure of a lifetime
Nestled in the majestic landscapes of Ladakh, the region boasts a spiritual tapestry with landmarks like Shanti and Chanspa Stupas exuding tranquility. Explore the spiritual haven of Shankar Monastery, witness Leh Palace’s regal charm, and delve into the ancient wisdom preserved in Spituk and Phyang Monasteries. Each site unfolds a unique chapter of Ladakh’s cultural richness, inviting travelers on a captivating journey through time and spirituality.
Discover Ladakh’s cultural jewels at Tiksey and Stok Monasteries, where ancient traditions come to life. Explore the historical grandeur of Shey Palace, a regal testament to the region’s past. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Ladakh amid these captivating landmarks.
Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of Ladakh, Likir Monastery stands as a beacon of spiritual serenity. With its iconic Buddha statue and vibrant murals, Likir exudes a tranquil charm. Meanwhile, Aichi Monastery, a hidden gem, offers a secluded retreat for spiritual seekers. Both monasteries beckon visitors to delve into Ladakh’s profound cultural and religious tapestry, providing a serene escape and a glimpse into the region’s spiritual heritage.
Embark on a seamless journey from the serene landscapes of Leh to the enchanting town of Bagdogra in India. Experience the thrill of flying as you traverse the Himalayan expanse, witnessing breathtaking views. Whether for leisure or adventure, this air route connects two distinct worlds, promising a memorable travel experience. Secure your ticket for a swift and scenic flight from Leh to Bagdogra, and unravel the beauty that each destination has to offer.
As you touch down in the enchanting land of Sikkim, a world of natural wonders and spiritual serenity unfolds. Begin your journey by visiting the pristine Khecheopari Lake, a jewel cradled in the lap of the Himalayas. The crystal-clear waters and surrounding lush greenery create a tranquil haven.
Next, venture to the Pemayangtse Monastery, a spiritual retreat that stands as a testament to Sikkim’s rich cultural heritage. The monastery, founded in the 17th century, boasts intricate murals, ancient artifacts, and a sense of peaceful introspection. Take in the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains from the monastery’s vantage point.
Embarking on the picturesque journey from Pelling to Gangtok, travelers are treated to a visual feast of the Eastern Himalayas. As the winding roads snake through lush greenery and charming villages, the landscape shifts, revealing panoramic views of snow-capped peaks. The road trip seamlessly blends nature’s beauty with cultural diversity, offering glimpses of monasteries, waterfalls, and terraced fields. Whether by car or bus, the journey from Pelling to Gangtok promises not just a physical transition but a captivating exploration of Sikkim’s varied terrain and vibrant cultural tapestry.
In the mystical hills of Gangtok, Sikkim, Rumtek and Enchey Monasteries stand as spiritual beacons, adorned with vibrant prayer flags and rich cultural heritage. Droul Chorthen, a serene stupa, offers a haven for reflection. Meanwhile, the Research Institute of Tibetology unveils the treasures of Tibetan Buddhism. Each landmark in Gangtok is a testament to the region’s profound spirituality, inviting visitors on a journey of enlightenment amid the Himalayan tranquility.
In the tranquil hills of Kalimpong, a spiritual odyssey unfolds with visits to Zang Dhok Palri and Zhekar Choede Monasteries. Zang Dhok Palri, perched on Durpin Hill, exudes serenity, while Zhekar Choede offers a glimpse into Bhutanese architecture. As the day’s exploration concludes, Kalimpong invites you to savor its charm overnight, where the mystique of the monasteries lingers in the mountain air, creating a peaceful retreat in the heart of the Eastern Himalayas.
Embark on an enchanting drive from Kalimpong to Phuntsholing, the gateway to Bhutan. As you pass through the scenic landscapes, the imposing Bhutan Gate welcomes you to the Land of the Thunder Dragon. Explore the serene Zangto Pelri Lhakhang, adorned with intricate murals and tranquil surroundings. The day concludes with the promise of an immersive Bhutanese experience as you settle in for the night in the border town of Phuntsholing, where the fusion of cultures creates a unique ambiance in the shadows of the Eastern Himalayas.
Embark on a spiritual journey at Kharbandi Gompa, a serene monastery offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Transitioning from tranquility to the vibrant capital, Thimphu, the exploration continues. Witness the grandeur of Tashichho Dzong, a fortress blending Bhutanese architecture with cultural significance. Pay homage at the King’s Memorial Chorten, a sacred monument radiating a sense of peace. The day unfolds, seamlessly blending spirituality and cultural exploration in the heart of Bhutan.
After visiting 6th century changangkha Lhakahng drive to gangtey. Arriving in Gangtey, the journey culminates at the Gangtey Gompa, an iconic monastery perched atop a hill. Surrounded by pristine nature, this sacred site is not only a religious center but also a vantage point offering panoramic views of the Phobjikha Valley. The Gangtey Gompa is a spiritual haven and a testament to Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage.
Visit to Gangtey monastery and hike the most beautiful trail starting from Gangtey monastery to the hotels. The trail is very beautifull and takes about an hour from the starting point.
The drive from Gangtey to Bumthang takes about 5 hours.
journey from Gangtey to Trongsa-Bumthang unveils a tapestry of Bhutanese landscapes. The winding roads traverse through lush valleys and quaint villages, offering a glimpse into the nation’s natural beauty. As you ascend, the air becomes crisp, and the scenery transitions from dense forests to expansive mountain vistas. The road to Trongsa-Bumthang is not just a commute; it’s an odyssey through Bhutan’s heartland. Passing through Trongsa, where the majestic Trongsa Dzong stands proudly, and continuing to Bumthang, known as the spiritual heart of the kingdom, each turn reveals a new facet of Bhutanese culture and geography.
This journey isn’t just about the destination—it’s about the immersive experience of the road itself. Every curve introduces travelers to the harmonious blend of nature and tradition that defines Bhutan. The drive from Gangtey to Trongsa-Bumthang is more than a physical passage; it’s a spiritual and visual exploration of the enchanting landscapes that make Bhutan truly extraordinary.
he Bumthang Tour explores the highlights of the Bumthang valley, the religious heartland of Bhutan, and home to some of its oldest temples.
The flight from Bumthang Batpalathang to Paro airport takes about 25 minutes. The journey offers the best aerial view of central Bhutan that covers Trongsa,Punakha,Thimphu and Paro. Upon arrival our team will receive you at the airport and take you for sightseeing. The sightseeing includes Paro Taa Dzong only museam followed by Paro Dzong.
The Tiger’s Nest Temple, also known as Paro Taktsang, is one of Bhutan’s most iconic and sacred sites. Perched precariously on a cliffside at an elevation of 3,120 meters (10,240 feet), the monastery is a marvel of architecture and spiritual significance. The journey to reach this Himalayan gem involves a challenging yet rewarding hike.
Hiking Trail: The hike to Tiger’s Nest begins at the base of the mountain and weaves through a forested path, gradually ascending. Along the way, prayer flags flutter in the breeze, creating a mystical atmosphere. The trail offers intermittent views of the monastery clinging to the cliffs, building anticipation for the destination.
Embark on a captivating journey from Paro to the hidden gem of Haa Valley in Western Bhutan. This scenic tour blends cultural exploration with stunning landscapes. Departing from Paro, the road winds through verdant valleys, providing glimpses of traditional Bhutanese architecture. Stop at Chele La Pass for breathtaking views of sacred mountains. Haa Valley welcomes with serene landscapes and Bhutanese farmhouses. Explore iconic temples, Lhakhang Karpo and Nagpo, dating back to the 7th century. Immerse in the unique culture, witness dances, and return to Paro enriched with memories. This journey is a profound exploration of Bhutan’s cultural and natural splendor.
Arriving in Haa Valley, you’ll be welcomed by a serene landscape dotted with traditional Bhutanese farmhouses. The valley, surrounded by pristine alpine forests, is a haven for nature enthusiasts. Take a stroll through the charming town of Haa, visit the local markets, and interact with the friendly residents to get a taste of Bhutanese rural life.
Lhakhang Karpo and Nagpo: Explore the two iconic temples in Haa – Lhakhang Karpo (White Temple) and Lhakhang Nagpo (Black Temple). These temples, believed to have been built in the 7th century, are cultural treasures and reflect the deep-rooted spirituality of the region. Cultural Immersion: Immerse yourself in the unique culture and traditions of the Haa Valley. The locals are known for their hospitality, and you might get the chance to witness traditional Bhutanese dances or partake in local festivals if your visit coincides with such events.
From Haa to Paro via Chele La Pass: Make a stop at Chele La Pass, one of the highest motorable passes in Bhutan. Marvel at the panoramic views, capturing the essence of Bhutan’s majestic mountains, including the sacred Jomolhari and Jichu Drake.
Paro Arrival: Arriving in Paro, you’ll be welcomed by the town’s unique charm and stunning surroundings. The Paro Valley is not only known for its natural beauty but also for iconic landmarks like the Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery.
Cultural Immersion in Paro: Explore Paro’s rich cultural heritage by visiting historical sites such as the Paro Dzong and the National Museum of Bhutan. Wander through the town’s vibrant markets, offering a taste of local life.
Today we see you off from Paro airport.
The ideal time is during the summer months (May to September) when the weather is generally pleasant and road conditions are optimal for travel in Ladakh, Sikkim, and Bhutan.
Travel options include flights and road journeys. Domestic flights can connect you between major cities, and road trips offer a chance to enjoy the stunning landscapes and unique cultures of each region.
Ladakh highlights include Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, and monasteries like Thiksey. In Sikkim, visit Gangtok, Tsomgo Lake, and Rumtek Monastery. In Bhutan, explore Paro Taktsang, Thimphu, and Punakha Dzong.
Yes, permits are required for certain areas in Ladakh, Sikkim, and Bhutan. Ensure you check and obtain the necessary permits in advance.
Ladakh experiences cold desert-like weather, while Sikkim has a temperate climate with occasional rainfall. Bhutan’s weather varies, with cooler temperatures in higher altitudes.
Activities include trekking in Ladakh, exploring monasteries, river rafting in Bhutan, and enjoying the scenic beauty in Sikkim. Each region offers a unique set of adventure and cultural experiences.
Acclimatization is crucial. Spend a couple of days in Leh to adjust to the altitude, stay hydrated, and avoid strenuous activities initially.
Yes, tour itineraries can be customized based on your preferences and interests. Consult with the tour operator to create a personalized experience.
Accommodation options range from hotels to guesthouses, with varying levels of comfort. In Bhutan, you’ll stay in government-approved hotels.