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Majestic Dzongs of Bhutan

07 Nights & 08 Days


The mountain splendor of Bhutan encapsulates within its boundaries, a sense of intense spirituality and wonder for the travellers. Its ancient Dzongs are steeped in the architectural references of the years gone by and offer an ambiance of tranquility the moment you step in. Relatively untouched by western influences, seeing the local life and culture of Bhutan is an enigmatic inclusion in your itinerary to the Indian subcontinent. Along with structures, this week–long itinerary gives one ample time to meander through the vibrant countryside or a chance to take in the stunning views of the mountains from dazzlingly high passes.

Top Places

Paro | Thimpu | Trongsa | Bumthang | Punakha | Paro


Textile and Folk Heritage Museum | Trongsa Dzong | Jambey Lhakhang | Tamshing | Jakar Dzong | Punakha Dzong Ta Dzong | Taktsang Monastery

Paro / Day 1

Dazzling views of the Himalayas cast a spell as you enter Paro valley, with the silvery Paro Chu (river) meandering down, Paro Dzong (fortress) and Ta Dzong (National Museum) in the distance. Drive to the capital, Thimphu, an exciting blend of tradition and modernity.
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Thimpu / Day 2

Spend the day in the capital in the company of important monuments and seeing local life at close quarters.
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Trongsa / Day 3

Today offers a glimpse of the Himalayan peaks from the Dochu La and then drive through a scenic countryside to Wangduephodrang. From here drive to Trongsa across Pele La, stopping only to see Chendbi Chorten.
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Bumthang / Day 4

Visit the Trongsa Dzong and then head Bumthang after crossing the Yutong La for a historical treat. Kurje Lhakhang, the 7th century Jambey Lhakhang, Tamshing, Jakar Dzong and a Swiss Farm House fill the rest of the day.
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Punakha / Day 5

After breakfast explore fascinating valley of Bumthang. Then proceed to Trongsa where lunch would be served in local restaurant, famous for its traditional cuisine.Before arriving Punakha visit Wangduephodrang Dzong and town en route.
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Paro / Day 6 - 8

This day is reserved for seeing the Punakha Dzong, a massive structure built at the junction of two rivers. In the afternoon, we swing by a traditional Bhutanese farm house and then the Ta Dzong (National Museum) and the Rinpung Dzong, also known as “fortress of the heap of jewels” Perched on the side of […]
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