Tigers Nest (3190 m)
Max- 20 pax.
Flight and comfortable drive.
All over the year.
This 7-day Cultural Tour of Bhutan provides you an insight into the lives of Bhutanese people. Bhutan lies between two giant countries India and China and it has a Monarchy. It has set one of the best examples in the world for the protection of the environment and ethnicity. An amazing thing you can see is the model of development in Bhutan. The country of the gross happiness index, this small kingdom has preserved its own style of Buddhism. People here believe that Guru Padmasambhava was the one who brought Buddhism in Bhutan. They even say, he was the first incarnation of Dalai Lama. He rode on the back of the Tiger and meditated at the cliff, where the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is built in his memory.
Cultural Tour of Bhutan helps you to observe their culture and lifestyle. The major attraction in this 7-day tour includes the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery and, Kichu Monastery. Additionally, other museums and monuments are also here, which are of their own historical importance. Besides the cultural heritage of Bhutan this trip also provides you the opportunity to explore some of the pristine and well preserved ecological heritage of Bhutan in cities like Paro, Thimpu, and Punakha valley.
The trip begins from a beautiful city, Paro. Because of the altitude, the Airport is built at Paro instead of the capital city Thimpu. Not to mention, Bhutan has only one International Airport till date. Shortly, after landing in Paro, you go sightseeing in the valley. The sightseeing includes Ta Dzong, the National Museum of Bhutan, Rinpung Dzong, Khichu Lhakhang, and, Drugyal Dzong (Bhutan Victory Fort). The next day is the excursion day at Paro Taktsang, commonly known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Returning back from there, you drive to the capital city, Thimpu. This city offers you the visit to the King’s Memorial Chorten, Nunnery Temple, Changgangkha Monastery, and, Majestic Thimphu Dzong. Additionally, you visit the Central Zoo, the Weekend market, and, the Radio Tower on a hilltop.
Grab this tour if you want to know more about Bhutan...