Day 1 Arrive Paro International Airport:
Receive by Representatives from Bhutan Majestic
Travel. Visit the Kyichu Lhakhang (temple).
Day 2 Paro – Paro:
Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery and hike
back (4 hours round trip) Lunch at the Taktsang
Cafeteria. Drive to Drukgyal Dzong (historic
fortress in ruins now). Visit the National Museum.
Evening: stroll through Paro town. Overnight:
Day 3 Paro - Punakha (145 km. About
5 hours drive):
After an early breakfast drive to Punakha. En
route visit Simtokha Dzong and halt at Dochula
Pass (10,000ft. for a cup of tea/coffee and
enjoy a spectacular view of the Himalayan mountains.
Day 4 Wangduephodrang – Bumthang: The
distance is about 197 km and the drive takes
between six to seven hours along winding steep
roads with breathtaking views at every twist
Day 5 Full Day Jambay Lhakhang Festival:
Day 6 Morning: Jambay Lhakhang Festival: Afternoon:
Visit farm houses to see local textile weaving.
Watch or participate in archery match. Overnight:
Day 7 Full Day Jakar Festival:
The festival is held in the courtyard of the
historic Jakar Dzong, built in 1646 A.D. by
MinjurTenpa, the third Druk Desi (Temporal Ruler).
In 1683 A.D. It was extended by Gyalse Tenzin
Rabgay, the fourth Desi.
Day 8 Morning: See the last day of
Jambay Lhakhang festival:
Afternoon: Visit several ancient and sacred
monasteries such as the Kencho Sum Lhakhang,
Tamshing which are considered important pilgrimage
spots. Visit the Bumthang Swiss farm. Overnight:
Day 9 Bumthang – Wangduephodrang:
En route visit the Watch Tower in Trongsa and
the Trongsa Dzong courtyard. Overnight: Hotel
Day 10 Wangduephodrang – Thimphu:
Afternoon: visit the Textile Museum Visit Thimphu
Mini Zoo reserve for Takin(national animal)
Visit some handicraft shops. Evening: drive
to Paro Overnight: Hotel
Day 11 Paro Airport: See
off by your Tour Guide and Tour Driver.