Nepal Bhutan Tour

Nepal Bhutan Tour

06 07 : NBINDI0010

INR 100000

INR 105000


Paro – Thimphu (65 Kms / approx. 1 to 2 hours drive)

On arrive Paro, you will be meet by our representative at the airport & drive towards Thimphu . Thimphu, the capital town of Bhutan is one of the smallest capitals in the world. Overnight stay at Thimphu.



After breakfast ,full day sightseeing of Thimphu. Visit Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Statue) , National Memorial Chorten , Afternoon visit Sangaygang View Point, Changangkha Monastery, Takin Preserve Centre, the national animal of Bhutan can be seen here. Later, visit The Tashi Chuu Dzong, then back to hotel for overnight stay.

Highlights of the day

Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Statue) a place for refreshing with a huge statue of Buddha on the top of the Kuensel Phodrang,

National Memorial Chorten (Monument) & Folk Heritage Museum.

Sangaygang View Point

Changangkha Monastery Takin Preserve Centre, the national animal of Bhutan can be seen here.

Tashi Chuu Dzong, also known as "Fortress of the Glorious Religion", the main secretariat building which houses the throne room of his majesty the king of Bhutan.


Thimphu – Punakha ( 77 Kms / approx. 2 to 3 hours drive)

After breakfast, drive to Punakha . Enroute visit Dochu-La-Pass (3150 mts) Upon arrival, check in hotel. Afternoon visit, Punakha Dzong  . Later, take a short and easy hike to visit the Chimi Lhakhang , Evening is free for leisure. Overnight stay at Punakha.

Highlights of the day

Dochu-La-Pass (3150 mts) to view the higher Himalayas.

Punakha Dzong - built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal , For many years until the time of the second king, it served as the seat of the Government. The Dzong was named Druk Pungthang Dechen Phodrang (Palace of Great Happiness). Punakha is still the winter residence of Je-Khenpo and King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck convened the first National Assembly here in 1952

Chimi Lhakhang - The Temple, also known as “The Temple of Fertility” was built by Lama Drukpa Kunley, “The Divine Madman”.


Punakha – Paro (140 kms / approx. 4 to 5 hours drive)

After breakfast, drive to Paro. Enroute, stop at Lamperi to visit Royal Botanical Park. Upon arrival, check in hotel. Afternoon visit Ta Dzong. Evening is free for leisure. Overnight stay at Paro.

Highlights of the day

Ta Dzong - National Museum with an excellent collection of arts, relics, religious thangka, etc. Rinpung Dzong - Meaning "fortress of the heap of jewels". The Dzong now serves as the administrative and judicial seat of Paro.



After breakfast , visit Drugyel Dzong , Taktsang  Monastery  then back to hotel for overnight stay.

Drugyel Dzong or the Fort of Drupka Victory set on a knoll with a spectacular view of the surrounding valley the ruins of this fort, which once protected against Tibetan invasions, provide a wonderful architectural insight to the structure of forts in Bhutan. Drugyel is also the starting point for many of Bhutan’s most famous trekking routes. This is a historical site from the ramparts of which the Bhutanese repelled the Tibetan invaders

Taktsang  Monastery, 'Tiger's Nest' situated 3000 feet above the valley floor.The most famous of Bhutanese monasteries. It is said that Guru Rinpoche arrived here on the back of a tigress and meditated at this monastery hence it is called "Tiger's Nest". The excursion to the monastery takes about 5 hours for round trip.


Paro - Kathmandu

After breakfast, transfer to airport for Kathmandu on arrive check in hotel and take lunch then visit Pashupatinath Temple , Boudhanath Stupa , Kathmandu Durbar Square Swayambhunath Temple then back to hotel for dinner and overnight at hotel.

Highlights of the day

Pashupati Nath - The temple is a prominent Hindu temple in Nepal. The ruling deity of the temple is Lord Shiva, here he is worshiped as Pashupati or ‘Lord of Beasts'. It is surrounded by a bustling pious market selling rudraksha beads, prasad, idols of Hindu deities and many other pious things. Many devotees come here to pay obeisance to the deity. 

Kathmandu Durbar Square - The place attracts its visitors with intricate wood carvings and its rich history. The place is a blend of eastern and western culture having 50 astounding temples. Coronation ceremonies of royal families were held here. The Durbar is divided into two courtyards and some floors have Tea to museums dedicated to three generations of Shah Kings.

Boudhanath Stupa - It is a Buddhist Stupa located in Kathmandu and one of the most popular tourist destinations of the abode. It is considered to be the most sacred stupa by the Tibetans and Buddhists that was constructed after the demise of Buddha. This massive structure is adorned with gold and comprises of over 50 monasteries to house the monks and Tibetan refugees.

Swayambhunath Temple - It is one of the oldest and most sacred religious places that is situated on a hilltop to the west of Kathmandu city. It is a Buddhist stupa with numerous sacred shrines and smaller temples. One has to climb 365 steps to reach the complex. The stupa has a spectacular architecture with a plethora of sacred artifacts. 


Kathmandu - Out

After Morning breakfast transfer to airport for next destination / back to home.

Tour End & Thanks to visit a memorable trip



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Paro – Thimphu - Punakha - Paro - Kathmandu - Out