This afternoon you will be introduced to Paro which is full of interesting sites. During your tour you will have the chance to see the Paro Rinpung Dzong, Nyamai Zam, Ta Dzong and if there is time you may be able to add a visit to Jangsarbu Lhakhang.
Today you will explore Tang Valley which is one of Bumthang’s most remote valleys. You will have the chance to view rural villages, beautiful landscapes and visit the Tang Ugyencholling Palace and Mebar Tsho or otherwise known as The Burning Lake.
Today you will have the whole day to explore the beautiful area of Thimphu with highlight visits to Tango Goemba and Tashichho Dzong.
Enjoy a raft along the Po Chu (Father River). The Po Chu is fed by glaciers in the Lunana region of the Punakha valley and the 16km long stretch has about 15 rapids of class 2-4 and is the most exhilarating rafting experience that you can have in Punakha.
Take the once in a life time experience of a helicopter trip over the spectacular Paro Valley, Tiger’s Nest and Mount Jomolhari.
Offering a glimpse into the life of a traditional farmer, a visit to a local village farmhouse is not to be missed. Found dotted throughout the Paro valley, these buildings exude the character and charm of authentic Bhutanese architecture.
Home to some of Bhutan’s most exquisite Thangkas, alongside other precious, and occasionally eccentric, artefacts, the Ta Dzong offers an intriguing collection in an unusual building that has been serving as Bhutan's National Museum since 1967.
Explore Bhutan’s political heart and discover its governmental and royal traditions as you visit the Tashichho Dzong, first built in 1641 and the seat of government since 1952.
Explore the National Memorial Chorten, a towering Stupa artfully decorated with statues and religious icons, that serves as an important place of worship for people from across Bhutan.
Set on top of a hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park, the Buddha Dordenma is a Buddhist site of extraordinary artistic achievement, its 125,000 gilded statues of the Buddha rivalled only by the views over the Thimphu Valley.