Kuzu Zangpo (Hello) from the country of Bhutan!
A short tour to Bhutan is culturally and aesthetically refreshing. The country only permits a small number of tourists in its yards but compensates sufficiently for the patients. Bhutan is both tasteful and stern about its natural diversity; its continued loyalty to sustainable tourism is evident. Here’s how you make for a top-notch Bhutan tour- forget about the internet and immerse in nature. This Bhutan tour itinerary is as fulfilling for your vacations as any. Wondering how? Read our take on the 4 days 3 nights Bhutan tour package.
What to Expect from the Bhutan Tour
Once you get to Thimphu, the capital and the largest city, prepare yourself for instant amazement. The heartbeat city of Bhutan reflects a little of everything- a little commercial, a little conservative, and a little advanced. Believe it or not, you are in one of the most socially intriguing destinations. Thimphu is a significant contributor to Bhutan’s tourism as well as its trade gateway to the outer world. Amidst a contemporary lifestyle, it is possibly the most technologically advanced town in Bhutan. There’s a quiet fusion of traditionalism and modernization that meets your eye. This fusion is why Bhutan’s “ever so unique” cultural originality remains unbeaten in Asia.
The exotic capital showcases plenty of cafes, restaurants, and shopping malls. While roaming around Thimphu, there are some interesting landmarks you shouldn’t miss. The Weekend Market welcomes you into its lively atmosphere with the most colorful embrace. The artistic fortress-like monastery named Tashichho Dzong will entice you with its brilliance. You’ll explore the King’s Memorial Chorten (built in memory of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck), National Library, and the Textile Museum which are the highlights of the Thimphu city. Oh, and don’t forget to visit the National Institute of Traditional Medicine, which studies holistic treatment methods. Are you looking for an itinerary that fits your schedule? The Great Adventure Treks has your plans covered for the 4 days 3 nights Bhutan tour.
Day 01: Arrive at Paro airport and drive to Thimphu
Day 02: Sightseeing in Thimphu and drive to Paro
Day 03: Paro sight seeing and hike to Takstang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest),
Day 04: Drive to Paro airport and fly back to Kathmandu