Destination Bhutan for bangladeshi People 

DAY 01 ARRIVE PARO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, once you arrive in BST representative will receive you and transfer to Thimphu. En route enjoy the scenic drive through the valley with stop over by the river bank for refreshment. Continue driving to Thimphu which take an hour and on arrival check in hotel peaceful resort On arrival at Thimphu apply for the special route permit for Punakha, this requires passport copies with arrival visa page.

Overview of Thimphu
Thimphu is one of the twenty districts and currently it is our capital city. Thimphu houses both political and spiritual headquarter. It is located in inner Himalaya and situated in western part about 2,320 meters above sea level. It falls in temperate zone which has rich flora and fauna content. The core of city function as commercial hub and people are engaged in business activities. It is surrounded by educational institutes, private residence and offices of different agencies like government, private, corporate and international organizations.
Thus Thimphu has given shelter to mixture of population from different parts of the country. This makes capital city busiest and populated as compared to other districts in the country. People are engrossed in business, transport, agriculture, lives stocks, horticulture and white collar profession both in private and government organization.

DAY 02                                                     THIMPHU SIGHTSEEING

After having breakfast we will take you to Jigmi Dorji Wangchjuk National Park, about 25 km drive from the city to enjoy the essence of nature, traditional wooden bridge over the river which is flowing from the Himalaya. Possibly picnic lunch shall be arrange by the riverside
In the afternoon visit Memorial Chorten (Stupa) was constructed in 1974 by the queen mother Ashi Sangay Chodron to honor the memory of third king Jigme Dorji Wangchuk. It is only stupa which is located in the hub of the city. Next visit to Tashichoedzong (Fortresses of the glorious religion) was initially constructed during mid- seventeenth century and restored by the third king Jigme dorji wangchuk in the 1960s on the west bank of Wangchu (River). Today, it houses His Majesty’s secretariats, ministries and the central monk body. Next Visit to Centenary Farmers Markets situated on the bank of river offers our rural community to enhance their economy by selling their organic vegetables, fruits and grains. It is a place where we get an opportunity to come in contact with diverse population. It operates from every Thursday till Sunday evening. Visit to Buddha point, a 51 m tall Buddha statue is installed for the wellbeing of sentient being as well for the peace and stability in the region.
Evening at your own will for independent activities and end the evening with sumptuous dinner and retire. Overnight in Thimphu Hotel Peaceful Resort

DAY 03                                             THIMPHU –PARO 65 KM 1 HOUR

After breakfast transfer to Paro, en route enjoy the scenic beauty of nature. On arrival visit the following places of interest in and around Paro Valley.
Overview of Paro
Paro which means “Place of Happiness and comfort” is one the twenty districts. It is a site historical architectural Heritage and it is also considered sacred pilgrimage destination for Buddhist. It is situated in the north –western part of the country approximately 2’250 meters above the sea level. Paro falls in the temperate zone and has great biodiversity.
The heart land of Paro is dominated by business community and it is where only international airport of Bhutan is situated since 1984. People in this area are engrossed in small business activities, cottage industry and textile emporium. Other is engaged in both government and private firms. In the rural areas the societies is mostly agrarian, some depend upon lives stocks and others on horticulture.
Points of interest to visit –Rinchen Pung Dzong (Fortress on the heap of jewels) is one of the finest Bhutanese architectural heritages situated on a steep hillside above Paro town. It was built in mid-seventeenth century by zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel on the foundation of a monastery built by Guru Rinpoche... The prime reason to construct was to defend territory and people from external invasion by Tibetan. Next visit to Ta-Dzong – Ta –Dzong was a watch tower to cater security for entire Paro valley and is situated on a ridge above Rinchen Pung Dzong. Since, 1968 Ta-Dzong houses national museum of Bhutan. Next Visit to Farm Houses – Farm houses are found in the outskirt of town usually two or three storied building with colorful paintings on walls and lintels and traditional farm houses are constructed without using single nails. All houses have roof and same architectural style. The peripheries of every house are predominantly agricultural fields and shelter for domestic animals.
Overnight in Paro at Hotel Janka Resort / inclusion –B-L-D

DAY 04 –                                            DAY EXCURSION TO TAKTSANG MONASTERY (Tiger Nest )

After an early breakfast transfer to the base, our hikes begins from the base with gradual ascends through pine forested trail often packed with hikers and the horses. About an hour gradual climbing distance is a tea house with perfect setting of the Tiger’s Nest hanging on the face of sheer cliff about 900 meters above the valley floor. It will take yet another 1 ½ hour’s steep climbing distance to get to the proper temple.
Legend has it that during the 8th century an Indian adept “Guru Rinpoche “ arrive here at Taktsang riding on the back of flaming tigress taken into the form of fierce thunderbolt called Guru Dorji droloe. Thus Guru meditated here in the cave for about four months contemplating on the trance and he could abled to reveal the Mandala of Shree Vajrakumara which enables him to pacify the evil force dwelling in the cliff that was then terrorizing the inhabitants. We shall return to the base and get transfer to the city for the lunch in one of the local restaurant.
After having lunch, you are at your own for independent activities or exploring the city admiring the way of life. End the evening with sumptuous dinner and retire. Overnight in Paro at hotel Janka Resort
Inclusion – B-L-D


Hotel Engaged
Hotel Jimiling or similar in Paro /Hotel Peaceful Resort or similar in Thimphu /Room Type – Standard Twin
Transport used – 2 Toyota Coaster bus /Guide – English speaking licensed guide

                                                              Price in BDT for Bangladesh People  : 19,800/- BDT

Aforementioned Package cost includes:-

Inclusion – Min 3 star rating hotel accommodation in twin share with one Major meal in a day/ Pick up /drop to and from airport / sightseeing as per the itinerary / service of English speaking Licensed tour guide / applicable government tax / Hotel tax / entrance fee / 2 bottles of mineral water  per day

Exclusion – Airfare / taxis / Laundry / Beverages / Telephone / Internet / doctor on call or any expense incurred due to unforeseen circumstances other than mentioned in the price inclusion.

Child Policy – child below the age of Six years is No Charge / Child between 6 to 12 years of age is 50% of the adult’s rate.

Meal Plan for the child – Child sharing bed with parent is chargeable for the meal as per the consumption

MAP Package - 4 Dinner will be serve on this package with 4 Breakfast  (Breakfast start from  day 2 till day 5 (departure day)

Single supplementary – USD 45 per night

Cancelation policy – Tour booked and cancel within one month prior to travel date is No Charge / Tour cancelation within 15 days prior to travel date will be charge 15% of the package cost / Tour cancel within 7 days prior to travel date will be charge 20% of the package cost / Tour cancel after arrival will be charge 100% of the package cost .


Important note – weather condition in December will be cold, the max temp will be 19 Degree / 10 degree min. Dress code – bring warm clothing with good boot as you may encounter snow fall.

Traditional etiquette – Bhutanese expect travelers to be informed about traditional etiquette .our guide will explain on arrival.

Food quality in Bhutan – Bhutanese restaurant serve freshly cooked meals for travelers but while traveling in large group you need to place order in advance to avoid long hour of waiting in the restaurants.

Environmental awareness – Every travelers are requested not to liters with trashes, we have trash bags in the bus or waste bin available in the sightseeing areas.

Public or open deification is strictly prohibited in Bhutan, so use proper toilet facilities that will be coordinated by our tour guide.

Smoking – smoking is banned in Bhutan, tourist can bring small quantity of cigarette and must declare on arrival, thus smoking in the public area, bar, office area, temple are prohibited.

Alcohol – Consumption of alcohol is legal in Bhutan above 18 years of age. However bar  remain closed on Tuesday



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