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  • Honeymoon Tour To Bhutan

    Honeymoon Tour To Bhutan: Private personalized trips for couple to Bhutan are on high demand and we organize romantic incredible honeymoon trips and create memorable Bhutan excursions throughout our Bhutan itineraries. Bhutan is heavenly paradise and unique honeymoon destination for honeymoon holiday planner. Many feel that Bhutan could be too religious Buddhist country but believe us; we will let you walk through all modern facilities, night life, peacefulness, romantic scene, and romantic hotels and so on…

     

    Some of the best programs that we have arranged for our clients are organizing proper Bhutanese style wedding with full costume in Bhutanese traditional dress and organizing special prayer ceremony performed by monks in the temples or in altar room. Receiving blessing for strong commitments, love and everlasting marriages. Couple to celebrate anniversary holidays in Bhutan, couples trip to Bhutan could be to get accessed to extreme outdoor activities and adventurous tours in Himalayas are all possible with us.


    HIGHLIGHTS & INCLUDE

    • Paro Dzong (fortress) and Ta Dzong (watchtower)
    • National Memorial Chorten
    • Trashicho Dzong
    • Masagang (7,158m), Tsendagang (6,960m), Terigang (7,060m ), Jejegangphugang (7,158 m), Kangphugang (7,170 m), Zongphugang (7, 060 m)
    • Wangdue Phodrang town & Dochu-la pass
    • Bumthang, the Yutong-la pass, Kurje Lhakhang
    • Phobjikha valley

    DETAILED PROGRAM

    Day 1

    The flight into Bhutan takes you close to the great Himalayas, offering dazzling scenic views of some world’s highest glacial peaks. As you enter Paro valley, you will sweep past forested hills with the silvery Pa Chu (Paro river) meandering down the valley below. Paro Dzong (fortress) and Ta Dzong (watchtower) on the hills above the town will be our first sights. Our guide will meet you at Paro airport, and after completion of arrival formalities you will be transferred to Bhutan’s capital, Thimphu, an exciting blend of tradition and modernity. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

      Paro Dzong & Ta Dong

    Recommended Hotels in Paro:

    - Le Meridien Hotel Paro
    - Amankora Paro Lodge


    Day 2

    Today’s full day of sightseeing in Thimphu valley, beginning with National Memorial Chorten, the building of this landmark was envisaged by the third king, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, as a monument to world peace and prosperity. Completed in 1974 after his untimely death, it is both a memorial to the Late King (“the Father of modern Bhutan”) and a monument to world peace. The paintings and statues inside the monument provide a deep insight into Buddhist philosophy.

    Then proceed to Buddha Dordenma is a gigantic Shakyamuni Buddha statue under construction in the mountains of Bhutan. The statue will house over one hundred thousand smaller Buddha statues, each of which, like the Buddha Dordenma itself, the Buddha Dordenma is sited amidst the ruins of Kuensel Phodrang, the palace of Sherab Wangchuck, the thirteenth Desi Druk, overlooking the southern approach to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan.

     

    Institute for Zorig Chusum (commonly known as Painting School) where students undertake a six-year course on the 13 traditional arts and crafts of Bhutan;

    After lunch proceed Textile and Folk Heritage Museum: These museums, both of which opened in 2001, provide fascinating insights into Bhutanese material culture and way of life. Tashichho Dzong: This impressive fortress/monastery houses Secretariat building, the throne room of His Majesty, the King and various government offices. It is also the summer residence of Chief Abbott and central monk body. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

     Mermorial Chorten, Shakyamuni Buddha, Institute for Zorig Chusum, Tashichho Dzong


    Day 3

    After early breakfast, drive up to Dochu La pass (3,088m / 10,130 ft) stopping briefly here to take in the view and admire the chorten, mani wall, and prayer flags which decorate the highest point on the road. If skies are clear, the following peaks can be seen from this pass (left to right): Masagang (7,158m), Tsendagang (6,960m), Terigang (7,060m ), Jejegangphugang (7,158 m ), Kangphugang (7,170 m ), Zongphugang (7, 060 m ), a table mountain that dominates the isolated region of Lunana – finally Gangkar puensum, the highest peak in Bhutan at 7,497m.

    From Dochu La pass, it is a long, winding descent into the Wangdue Phodrang valley, which is about 1,700m below the pass. Take lunch at Wangdue Phodrang town, then continue on to Trongsa across Pele La pass (3,300m/10,830 ft), the traditional boundary between east and west. The pass is marked by a large white chorten prayer flags. There is an abrupt change in vegetation at this point, with mountain forest replaced by high altitude dwarf bamboo.

    Stop en route at Chendbji Chorten, patterned on Kathmandu’s Swayambhunath Stupa, with eyes panted at four cardinal points. It was built in the 18th century by Lama Shida from Tibet, to cover the remains of an evil spirit that was subdued at this spot. Arrive at Trongsa late afternoon and check into the lodge for the night.

     Dochu La pass, Pele La pass, Chendbji Chorten

    Recommended Hotels in Trongsa:

    - Yangkhil Resort
    - Puenzhi Guesthouse


    Day 4

    After breakfast, visit Trongsa Dzong. Built in 1648 it was the seat of power over central and eastern Bhutan. Both the first and second Kings of Bhutan ruled the country from this ancient seat. All four Kings were invested as Trongsa Penlop (‘governer’) prior to ascending the throne, and the present Crown Prince now holds the post. The Dzong is a massive structure with many levels, sloping down the contours of the ridge on which it is built.

    Then drive to Bumthang, 68 km from Trongsa, a journey of about 3 hours, over the Yutong-la pass (3,400m/ 11,155 ft). The road winds steeply up to the pass, 28 km from Trongsa, then runs down through coniferous forest into a wide, open cultivated valley known as the Chumey valley. On arrival in Bumthang, check in at your lodge. Overnight at the lodge in Bumthang.

     Trongsa Dzong, Yutong La pass...

    Recommended Bumthang Hotels:

    - Amankora Bumthang
    - Jakar Village Lodge


    Day 5

    Bumthang is the general name given to combination of four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura with altitude varying from 2,600m to 4,000m. It is home to many of prominent Buddhist temples and monasteries.

    Visit to Kurjey Lhakhang, where the saint Padmasambhava subdued a local demon and left his body imprint on a rock., the Jambey Lhakhang (7th century temple), Tamshing Lhakhang (housing some of the oldest wall paintings in Bhutan) and Jakar Dzong (administrative center of the region). Stroll in the village, visit the little handicrafts shop at the entrance to the town, and perhaps take refreshments at a local restaurant. Overnight at the lodge in Bumthang.

     

     Kurjey Lhakhang, Jambay Lhakhang, Tamshing Lhakhang


    Day 6

    After breakfast drive to Gangtey / Phobjikha. In the mountains east of Wangdue Phodrang lies the beautiful Phobjikha valley, on the slopes of which is situated the great monastery of Gangtey, established in the 17th century. The village of Phobjikha lies a few km, down from the monastery, on the valley floor. This quite, remote valley is the winter home of black necked cranes, which migrate from the arid plains of Tibet in the north, to pass the winter months in a milder climate. Explore Gangtey village and Phobjikha valley. Overnight at the lodge in Gangtey / Phobjikha.

     Phobjikha valley, Gangtey Lhakhang

    Recommended Hotels in Phobjikha Valley:

    - Amankora Gangtey Lodge
    - Gangtey Goenpa Lodge


    Day 7

    After breakfast drive to Punakha. Afternoon visit Punakha Dzong, a massive structure built at the junction of two rivers. Punakha was Bhutan’s capital until 1955, and Punakha Dzong still serves as the winter residence of the central monk body. Bhutan’s first King, Ugyen Wangchuck, was crowned here in 1907. The fortress has withstood several damages from fire, earthquake and flood over the centuries. The latest flood, in October, 1994, caused great damages to the fortress but miraculously spared its most holy statue. Also visit Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, the newly built stupa. Overnight at the hotel in Punakha.

      Punakha Dzong, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten

    Recommended Punakha Hotels:

    - Amankora Punakha Resort
    - Uma Punakha Hotel


    Day 8

    After breakfast, drive to Paro en route visit Simtokha Dzong. This dzong, built in 1627 is the oldest in Bhutan. It now houses the Institute for Language and Culture Studies.

    Afternoon visit to Ta Dzong, which in the past served as watchtower for Paro Dzong (Rinpung Dzong) and now houses the National Museum. Then walk down the trail to visit Rinpung Dzong, built in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the first spiritual and temporal ruler of Bhutan, the Dzong houses the monastic body of Paro, the office of the Dzongda (district administrative head) and Thrimpon (judge) of Paro district. The approach to the Dzong is through a traditional covered bridge called Nemi Zam. A walk through the bridge, over a stone inlaid path, offers a good view of the architectural wonder of the Dzong as well as life around it. It is also the venue of Paro Tshechu, held once a year in the spring. Overnight at the hotel in Paro.

     Simtokha Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, National Museum


    Day 9

    After breakfast, we proceed to Taktsang Palphug Monastery more famous as Paro Taktsang is a Buddhist temple complex which clings to a cliff, 3120 meters above the sea level on the side of the upper Paro valley, Bhutan. The Taktsang Palphug Monastery is one of the most famous touristic destinations of the country and the cultural icon of Bhutan.

    Visiting the Paro Taktsang Monastery is an unforgettable experience thanks to its unique location and the views of surrounding majestic mountains and emerald green valleys.

    After lunch, drive up the valley to Drukgyel Dzong, built in 1647 by the Shabdrung to commemorate the Bhutanese victory over the Tibetans in war of 1644. While returning to hotel visit en route, Kyichu Lhakhang, built in the 7th century by the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo. Overnight at the hotel in Paro.

     Taktsang Monastery, Drukgyel Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang


    Day 10

    After early breakfast in the hotel, drive to the airport for flight to onward destination.

     

     

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    Notes:

    • Prices are in USD, per person, based on two people traveling together and sharing a room. At Bhutan Senses Travel, we carefully select all hotels to ensure that your accommodations match our standards of trip and service excellence.
    • Prices include the following:
      . All hotel accommodation including all taxes and breakfast
      . Internal economy flights as stated with airport taxes
      . All transfers & sightseeing transportation in private vehicle
      . Private services of local guides
      . All special events & private tours, guest experts
      . All entrance fees into historical sights & museums
      . Drinking water and refreshing towels for touring
      . 24/7 support from the Bhutan Senses Travel Team

     

    Location
    Accommodation

    THIMPHU 
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    Amankora Thimphu Resort

    • At an elevation of 2,250 metres, Paro Valley is the entry point for most journeys through the Kingdom.
    • Lodge is surrounded by pine forests, the 24-Suite retreat contrasts rustic elements with contemporary design.
    • Guest Suites offer a combined lounge and bedroom furnished with a king-size bed, banquette window seat, reading chair and traditional bukhari wood-burning stove.

    BUMTHANG
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    Amankora Bumthang

    • Amankora Bumthang overlooking established orchards and nestled near the grounds of one of Bhutan's royal palaces,
      the lodge offers a Library, comfortable Living Room, regal Dining Room and cosy Spa with three treatment rooms, a steam room and changing areas.
    • Accessed through an impressive stone-clad hallway, 16 guest suites are situated in four separate dwellings, each containing two suites on the ground floor and two on the upper floor.
    • Suites feature wood-panelled interiors, a traditional bukhari, king-size bed, terrazzo-clad bath, shower, twin vanities and daybed overlooking the courtyard, nearby Wangdichholing Palace and monastery.

    WANGDUE PHODRANG
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    Amankora Gangtey Lodge

    • Amankora Gangtey, floor-to-ceiling windows in the combined Living and Dining Room offer beautiful views over the expansive Phobjikha Valley. Spa facilities include two treatment rooms and changing areas.
    • The eight suites are identical to those of Amankora Thimphu, offering an open plan bedroom and bathing area.
    • The design combines wood panelling and chocolate brown walls, traditional bukhari, terrazzo-clad bath, shower, vanity and daybed offering views across the valley.

    Gangtey Goenpa Lodge

    • High in the eastern Himalayas, it is difficult to find a more isolated hotel than the Gangtey Goenpa Lodge. The lodge provides beautiful views of the Gangtey Valley and is surrounded by natural, hilly terrain, teeming with wildlife.
    • Just 12 spacious rooms are available at the lodge, ensuring a genuine mountain retreat experience for guests. Each room is equipped with a fireplace and designed by internationally renowned designer, Mary Lou Thomson.
    • There is a full service restaurant serving a mixture of Western, Asian and traditional Bhutanese cuisine. Meals are served in a dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows, giving diners spectacular views of the valley as they eat.
    • The Lodge acts as a jumping-off point for air balloon tours which can last the entire day, taking guests over the expansive forests of Bhutan and providing breathe-taking views of the mountains. In room massages are also available.

    PUNAKHA
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    Amankora Punakha Resort

    • Amankora Punakha, accessed by crossing a suspension bridge over the Mo Chhu, the lodge is centred by a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse built by a former Je Kempo (Chief Abbot of Bhutan). This quaint, three-storey structure with its preserved vegetable dye wall paintings is now a reception area with a Dining Room, traditional Altar Room, a courtyard for alfresco dining and a tea pavilion.
    • Just beyond is the Spa with two treatment rooms, a steam room, changing areas and a yoga/meditation room.
    • Eight suites, located in three rammed-earth dwellings, are situated in an orange orchard with views across the rice fields and up the Punakha Valley. The suites are identical to the design of the suites at Amankora Paro and feature wood-panelled interiors, a traditional bukhari, king-size bed, terrazzo-clad bath, shower, vanities and daybed. Suites are individually heated during the cooler winter months and air-conditioned in the summer months.

    PARO
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    Le Meridien Hotel Paro

    • Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront offers accommodation in Paro. The resort has a children's playground and spa centre, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.
    • There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.
    • The nearest airport is Paro Airport, 3 km from Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront.