Bhutan, also known as the Land of the Thunder Dragon, is a famous destination for short tours and trekking. Bhutan is a Himalayan country rife with superstition and mythology, where the best aspects of historical culture are active embrace. One may observe the unusual style of life in the magnificent Bhutanese Kingdom, which is rich in culture and home to friendly people. Bhutan tour from Nepal will be very different from trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal, where experiencing the culture and the places are the major highlight above hiking or trekking.
Bhutan is renowned for its excellent government, happiness, and ethnic diversity. They also have strict regulations for visitors. They do not want anyone to intervene with or disturb the peace of their traditions and religion.
Bhutan is also considered a Buddhist nation as it primarily practices Buddhist rituals. Bhutan has preserved its customs and culture, and the locals still wear beautiful clothing from earlier times. This captivating nation holds a unique identity in the world with its culture and people. The blend of ritual and tradition with nature is a beautiful feature of the people of this nation.
4 Night 5 Days Bhutan Tour from Kathmandu
The tour will begin from Tribhuwan International Airport. You will fly from Kathmandu over the scenic mountains and landscapes during the Kathmandu - Paro flight. Then, you will meet the guide and driver outside the airport and have a two-hour drive from Paro to Thimpu. Thimpu is the capital of the country. The two-hour trip winds along the Paro and Thimphu rivers, providing breathtaking scenery at every turn. Stroll around the city in the evening.
On the second day, you will visit Trashichhoedzong, the National Library, Arts & Crafts School, Textile and Folk Heritage Museums, Handicrafts Emporium, Memorial Chorten in the Thimpu Valley, and drive to Punakha.
On day three, you will visit Punakha Dzong, Simtokha Dzong, and Wangdiphodrang and stay overnight at Paro.
You will visit the city of Bhutan, Paro, which has a lot to offer tourists on the fourth day. You will take the tour to Taktsang Monastery, also called Tiger’s Nest. The monastery offers captivating views of the Paro Valley from a Closer distance. Then, you will visit Ta Zong, the National Museum of the Kingdom. You will then travel to the Rinpung Dzong and return to the hotel.
Major Places to Visit in 4 Night 5 Days Bhutan Tour
Paro is the primary entry point of the Bhutan Kingdom. The traditional valley is full of culture, history, and magnificence. The area contains approximately 155 temples and monasteries that date back to the 14th century. The region also houses the first and only international airport in Bhutan. Due to its closeness to archaeological and religious landmarks, a few graceful, high-end tourist attractions have been established, attempting to make Paro one of the key attractions.
Thimphu is the capital and economic hub of Bhutan. It is the fifth tallest capital city in the world, rising 2248 meters above sea level. Thimphu is known for its literature, culture, traditions, and strict tourism laws. Foreigners must go through lengthy formalities to preserve the ethnicity of the city.
Ta Dzong is a well-known tourist attraction in Bhutan.Ta Dzong is internationally known as the national museum of Bhutan, the cultural museum in Paro City, and welcomes an enormous number of visitors yearly. You can see the ancient culture and civilization on display at the museum. Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, the reigning monarch, had it constructed in 1968. The museum houses around 3000 works of Bhutanese art spanning 1500 years of history.
Taktsang Monastery, the Tiger’s Nest is another famous site for hiking that leads to one of the most stunning places in Bhutan. The Tiger's Nest monastery, built on the top of the 900-meter cliff, arrived through wooden and stoned stones. The round trip takes around 5 hours.
Punakha Dzong is one of the best Dzongs in Bhutan. In the spring season, Jacaranda trees and flowers adorn the Dzong's surroundings. Punakha Dzong used to serve as the central office of the Government of Bhutan till the mid-1950s, before the Capital City of Bhutan was shifted to Thimpu. The 180 meters long and 72 meters wide Dzong is decorated with white colored marble to make it look shiny and beautiful.
The handicraft emporium is an engraving of Bhutanese culture, tradition, and religion. Visitors find the handicrafts of Bhutan to be particularly appealing and charming. The handicraft emporium serves a variety of goods like woven items and rugs, clothing and bags, and crafted products.
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