Grand Festival tour of Wangdue & Bumthang -11days

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Your package is designed to cover most of the beautiful & interesting places and lifestyle in the kingdom along with some festivals. You will also have plenty of time and space for yourself and just to be, take photo or experience something memorable.Some Tour Highlights; Tamshing Phala Village Festival/ Wangdue Festival/ Tree Plantation in Happiness Garden/ Trongsa Dzong/ Kila Gomba/ Nature Trail Hike/ Phobjikha Retreat/ Fertility Hike/ Punakha Dzong/ Ancient Trail Hike/ Ancient Temples in Bumthang & Retreat/ Khamsum Yueling Hike/ Burning Lake/ Tashichhoe Dzong/ Rinpung Dzong/ Zorig Chusum/ Buddha Gang/ Farmer’s Market/ Archery Match/ Home Visits/ Wangditse Hike/ Gangtey Monastery/ Punakha Dzong/ Tiger’s Nest/ Farmers house & Farewell Dinner…
ItineraryDay 1: Paro Sights & Thimphu Acclimatization Day!Stop At: Paro Airport Bird's Eye View Point, Paro, Paro DistrictWelcome to Bhutan “the Land of the Thunder Dragon.” As you touch down, you will be received with “tashi khada” by your guide and driver at the airport and driven to the town for welcome tea and refreshment. (Please note; your itinerary shall be flexible and you can skip few sightseeing if you wish to rest more. Your guide will give you options based on your interest)Paro Sights & Thimphu Acclimatization Day!• After enjoying the view from the old-road airport view-point, get blessings at the oldest temple Kichu lhakhang, built in 629 AD by a Tibetan king. • Rinpung Dzong “fortress of the heap of jewels.” • Visit Ta Dzong, an ancient Watch Tower turned into a museum to get the first cultural glimpses of Bhutan.• In evening drive to Thimphu (drive 1hr). Thimphu is a charming capital city nestled in the heart of the Himalayas. • Free to roam around Thimphu town on your own or with your guide. Overnight THIMPHU (Alt; 2320m). Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 2: Oct 5, Sat : Wangdue Festival & Discovering Punakha 78km/ 2hr) Stop At: Punakha Dzong, Punakha, Punakha District• En route stop by Dochula pass (3150m) to enjoy spectacular views of the eastern Himalayan mountain range. • Stroll around 108 stupas and enter Drukwangyel (Royal temple).• Attend the Grand Wangdue Festival (Tsechu) held at the courtyard of the monastery.• Hundreds of locals gather in their finest traditional dresses to witness the mask dances, folk & traditional dances, religious drama, Atsara the funny Clown, Ceremonial rituals and blessings. The villagers attend the festival not only to enjoy and meet their old friends but also to collect merit and purify their lives• All festivals in Bhutan have deep religious meaning and your guide will help you understand its significance. Interact with the locals and take photos. • Hike along the Metshina village to Chimi lhakhang, a solitary “fertility temple” where a childless couple who comes to pray is usually blessed with a child. Your relationship will be blessed at this temple to grow with each passing years. Overnight PUNAKHA & WANGDUE (Alt; 1240m) Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 3: Oct 6, Sun : Punakha Fortress & Trongsa Getaway (129km/ 5hr)Stop At: The Tower of Trongsa Museum, Trongsa, Trongsa District• In morning, visit the Punakha Dzong, "Palace of the Great Happiness". This beautiful fortress lies between two rivers, the Pochu and Mochu, male and female river. • Drive to Trongsa, stopping for mountain-view at Pele La pass (3,300m). It’s common to spot yaks along this pass.• As you reach Rukubji valley, the houses are clustered amid extensive fields of mustard, potatoes, barley, and wheat. • En route circumambulate Chendebjichorten, a large white stupa beside a stream. • Enjoy full view of Trongsa Dzong from Tangsibji.• Visit Trongsa Dzong; a white fortress that appears to grow directly up from the narrow green ridge.• The ancient Watch Tower which is now turned into a historical museum.• Walk around the sloppy town of Trongsa. Overnight TRONGSA (Alt; 2180)Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 4: Oct 7, Mon : Bumthang Landscape Tour (68km/ 3hr)Stop At: Bumthang Brewery, Bumthang, Bumthang District• Drive over one of the most scenically beautiful routes via the Yotong La pass (3425m) to Bumthang, the spiritual heartland of Bhutan. It is also called the little Switzerland of Asian by travllers.• En route visit Yathra weaving centre in Chumey valley. The hand-woven woolen cloth produced locally. • Visit Bumthang Bewery. A local beer produce called Red Panda • Wangdichholing Palace; the first palace of the present Wangchuk dynasty and also the first palace that was not designed as a fortress. • Kharchu Draktsang, the biggest Buddhist colleges of the kingdom. If you are interested a meeting will be arranged with one of foremost Buddhist reincarnated saint “Lam Namkha Ningpo” for blessing and interaction. If he is in Bumthang during your visit.• Stroll down from the monastery to the river bank and stroll around the peaceful town of Bumthang. Overnight BUMTHANG (Alt; 2580m) Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 5: Oct 8, Tue: Bumthang Festival & Spiritual Sightseeing Stop At: Jakar Dzong, Jakar, Bumthang District• Jakar Dzong (fortress of the White-bird). It is probably one of the biggest Dzongs in Bhutan with the surrounding walls about 1 km in circumference.• After lunch, Hike along a series of ancient and important sites such as, Jambay lhakhang, Kurjey lhakhang & Pema Sambha lhakhang (These temples have many mythical stories linked to its origin and dates back as early as 8th century. Your guide will unfold its mystery as you visit these sites).• Attend the religious and colorful Tamshing Village Festival (tsechu) held at the ancient courtyard of the Tamshing temple. • Many villagers gather in gho & kira to witness the mask dances, nomadic folk & traditional dances, religious drama, Atsara the funny Clown, ceremonial rituals and blessings. • Participate in the unique firs purification process at this festival.• The locals attend the festival not only to enjoy and meet their old friends but also to collect merit and purify their lives. • Late noon, take a short hike to Menbar Tsho (the burning lake). This lake is the holiest lake in the country and is believed to be a wish fulfilling lake. • In evening time at your leisure, free to roam around the villages and valley. Overnight BUMTHANGDuration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 6: Oct 9, Wed : Gangtey Rural Expedition (188km/ 5-6hr)Stop At: Phobjikha Valley, Wangdue Phodrang District• Drive on different vegetation of alpine, subtropical and glacial. Phobjikha is a glacial valley on the north western tip of the Black Mountain. It’s also one of the roosting grounds of the Black-necked cranes.• Embark on the Nature trail hike across the refreshing Blue-pine forest to Kwewa village (1.5hr hike). Try homemade tea & local snacks at village home. Interact with the monks at Kewa Monastery. • Visit the Crane Info Centre. • Free to walk around village or drive to your hotel for rest. Overnight PHOBJIKHA (2900m)Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 7: Oct 10, Thu : Phobjikha Valley & Thimphu Happiness Tour (142km/ 4hr)Stop At: Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten), Thimphu, Thimphu District• At dawn, free to walk out into the green valley to enjoy the sunrise. • Stop at Drukwangyel Cafe for lunch and mountain-view and head to Thimphu. Thimphu is a small, charming capital city nestled in the heart of the Himalayas. • After check in your hotel and some rest; drive to Buddha Gang, which offers a spectacular view of Thimphu city. This giant Buddha-statue overlooking Thimphu is one of the biggest in the world. Walk to the Happiness Garden 500 meters along a beautiful nature trail to plant various species of trees like Rhododendron, Maple, Oak, Cheery & Blue Pine. In advance we will keep your pit dug, saplings ready with your name placard. The placard will have your name and address and the photograph of the growth of your ‘Happiness Tree’ will be mailed to you quarterly. (Fees Nu. 300/ $5 per tree/ It is complimentary from our company)• Circumambulate Memorial chorten (huge stupa). This is the favorite spot for the locals of all age to chant mantras, prostrate, pray and practice their devotion.• In evening, time at your leisure. Yoga session, optional if interested.Overnight THIMPHU (Alt; 2320m) Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 8: Oct 11, Fri): Thimphu Cultural SightseeingStop At: Motithang Takin Preserve, Thimphu, Thimphu District• Drive to Sangay-gang where the national animal of Bhutan, the Takin, is found in captivity. This hill is also called the “romantic point” as lovers often come here to enjoy the panoramic view of the Thimphu valley. • Embark on a Choekhortse hike (1 – 2 hr). From the prayer flag decorated area at the start of the trail, you will follow the trail through thick blue pine forest climbing upwards to Choekhortse Goemba. Spend time with each other in nature also enjoying the spectacular view. Carry some tea, juice and snacks. • Zorig Chusum “School for Thirteen Traditional Arts and Crafts” followed Craft Bazaar for authentic local handicraft and souvenir.• National Library where ancient manuscripts are preserved. They also have on display the largest Picture Book on Bhutan in the world.• Farmers Weekend Market. Try some organic fruits & nuts. • Witness an Archery Match played by locals with lots of hue & cry at the national stadium.• The Tashichhoe Dzong, the main secretariat building, the office of the King and Throne room and also the house of the State Monastic Body.• Dinner in gho & kira (national dress) if interested alongside bonfire. You can learn or try some traditional dance with the dancers.Overnight THIMPHUDuration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 9: Oct 12, Sat : Escape to Kila Gomba & Paro Sojourn (92km/ 2-3hr)Stop At: Dzongdrakha Temple, Paro, Paro District• Drive to Chelela pass (3,810m) & enjoy the bird’s eye view of the Mt. Chomolhari (7134m).• Easy walk on the ancient trail amidst tall Alpine trees to the solitary Kila Gomba. Kila is the oldest nunnery of the kingdom and there are nuns who have spent their entire lives seeking spiritual liberation at this monastery. The hike to this oldest nunnery takes about 1.5hrs round trip/ Drive up to monastery, Optional• After picnic lunch, detour to Paro valley. • Visit the remote monasteries below mountain peaks like like Dzongdakha monastery if you are interested or perhaps spend your afternoon at your own leisurely pace. You can take a leisurely walk alongside rivershore, spend time in spa to rejuvenate or simply spend some quite moment in nature and heal yourself. Overnight PARO (Alt; 2280m) Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star hotelDay 10: Oct 13, Sun : Excursion to Mystical TaktsangStop At: Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest), Paro, Paro District• After a wholesome breakfast, spend the day hiking up the forested path to Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan’s most famous, spiritual and scenic icon. Tiger’s Nest clings to sheer cliffs of 900m above Paro valley. The climb is steep and takes about 4-5hrs round trip. (Ponies & horses optional)• Before proceeding to the holy monastery, offer butter lamps at the Cliffside for the wellbeing of all sentient beings. • Sit together inside the speech room just above the cave where Guru Rimpoche meditated in 8th century. Open your heart and allow yourself to embrace the divine energy circulating at Taktsang and carry the fond experience with you when you fly back home. A sunkey (holy string) and khada will be given to you by a lama before you leave the speech room and Tiger’s Nest. • Lunch at the hillside cafe with close Tiger’s Nest view.• In evening, authentic Bhutanese farewell dinner at a typical village home with local liquor called “Ara.” • If interested (small cooking class at the farmer’s house on preparing local delicacy like Ema datsi & Jasha Maru) • Hot stone bath, optional. River rocks are heated and dunked into a large wooden tub with herbs. This type of bath is considered to have medicinal properties of healing. Overnight PARO Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: 3.5 star

What’s included

  • 10x Breakfast
  • 10x Dinner
  • 10x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 10 nights
  • Accommodation
  • Private transportation
  • All fees and taxes
  • Guide
  • Tea, coffee & snacks
  • Entry/Admission - Paro Airport Bird's Eye View Point
  • Entry/Admission - Punakha Dzong
  • Entry/Admission - The Tower of Trongsa Museum
  • Entry/Admission - Bumthang Brewery
  • Entry/Admission - Jakar Dzong
  • Entry/Admission - Phobjikha Valley
  • Entry/Admission - Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten)
  • Entry/Admission - Motithang Takin Preserve
  • Entry/Admission - Dzongdrakha Temple
  • Entry/Admission - Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest)

What’s not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Flight
  • Laundry bills, alcohol & beverages
  • Tips to the guide

Itinerary

Day 10: Oct 13, Sun : Excursion to Mystical Taktsang Stop At: Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest), Paro, Paro District • After a wholesome breakfast, spend the day hiking up the forested path to Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan’s most famous, spiritual and scenic icon. Tiger’s Nest clings to sheer cliffs of 900m above Paro valley. The climb is steep and takes about 4-5hrs round trip. (Ponies & horses optional) • Before proceeding to the holy monastery, offer butter lamps at the Cliffside for the wellbeing of all sentient beings. • Sit together inside the speech room just above the cave where Guru Rimpoche meditated in 8th century. Open your heart and allow yourself to embrace the divine energy circulating at Taktsang and carry the fond experience with you when you fly back home. A sunkey (holy string) and khada will be given to you by a lama before you leave the speech room and Tiger’s Nest. • Lunch at the hillside cafe with close Tiger’s Nest view. • In evening, authentic Bhutanese farewell dinner at a typical village home with local liquor called “Ara.” • If interested (small cooking class at the farmer’s house on preparing local delicacy like Ema datsi & Jasha Maru) • Hot stone bath, optional. River rocks are heated and dunked into a large wooden tub with herbs. This type of bath is considered to have medicinal properties of healing. Overnight PARO Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star
Day 1: Paro Sights & Thimphu Acclimatization Day! Stop At: Paro Airport Bird's Eye View Point, Paro, Paro District Welcome to Bhutan “the Land of the Thunder Dragon.” As you touch down, you will be received with “tashi khada” by your guide and driver at the airport and driven to the town for welcome tea and refreshment. (Please note; your itinerary shall be flexible and you can skip few sightseeing if you wish to rest more. Your guide will give you options based on your interest) Paro Sights & Thimphu Acclimatization Day! • After enjoying the view from the old-road airport view-point, get blessings at the oldest temple Kichu lhakhang, built in 629 AD by a Tibetan king. • Rinpung Dzong “fortress of the heap of jewels.” • Visit Ta Dzong, an ancient Watch Tower turned into a museum to get the first cultural glimpses of Bhutan. • In evening drive to Thimphu (drive 1hr). Thimphu is a charming capital city nestled in the heart of the Himalayas. • Free to roam around Thimphu town on your own or with your guide. Overnight THIMPHU (Alt; 2320m). Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 2: Oct 5, Sat : Wangdue Festival & Discovering Punakha 78km/ 2hr) Stop At: Punakha Dzong, Punakha, Punakha District • En route stop by Dochula pass (3150m) to enjoy spectacular views of the eastern Himalayan mountain range. • Stroll around 108 stupas and enter Drukwangyel (Royal temple). • Attend the Grand Wangdue Festival (Tsechu) held at the courtyard of the monastery. • Hundreds of locals gather in their finest traditional dresses to witness the mask dances, folk & traditional dances, religious drama, Atsara the funny Clown, Ceremonial rituals and blessings. The villagers attend the festival not only to enjoy and meet their old friends but also to collect merit and purify their lives • All festivals in Bhutan have deep religious meaning and your guide will help you understand its significance. Interact with the locals and take photos. • Hike along the Metshina village to Chimi lhakhang, a solitary “fertility temple” where a childless couple who comes to pray is usually blessed with a child. Your relationship will be blessed at this temple to grow with each passing years. Overnight PUNAKHA & WANGDUE (Alt; 1240m) Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 3: Oct 6, Sun : Punakha Fortress & Trongsa Getaway (129km/ 5hr) Stop At: The Tower of Trongsa Museum, Trongsa, Trongsa District • In morning, visit the Punakha Dzong, "Palace of the Great Happiness". This beautiful fortress lies between two rivers, the Pochu and Mochu, male and female river. • Drive to Trongsa, stopping for mountain-view at Pele La pass (3,300m). It’s common to spot yaks along this pass. • As you reach Rukubji valley, the houses are clustered amid extensive fields of mustard, potatoes, barley, and wheat. • En route circumambulate Chendebjichorten, a large white stupa beside a stream. • Enjoy full view of Trongsa Dzong from Tangsibji. • Visit Trongsa Dzong; a white fortress that appears to grow directly up from the narrow green ridge. • The ancient Watch Tower which is now turned into a historical museum. • Walk around the sloppy town of Trongsa. Overnight TRONGSA (Alt; 2180) Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 4: Oct 7, Mon : Bumthang Landscape Tour (68km/ 3hr) Stop At: Bumthang Brewery, Bumthang, Bumthang District • Drive over one of the most scenically beautiful routes via the Yotong La pass (3425m) to Bumthang, the spiritual heartland of Bhutan. It is also called the little Switzerland of Asian by travllers. • En route visit Yathra weaving centre in Chumey valley. The hand-woven woolen cloth produced locally. • Visit Bumthang Bewery. A local beer produce called Red Panda • Wangdichholing Palace; the first palace of the present Wangchuk dynasty and also the first palace that was not designed as a fortress. • Kharchu Draktsang, the biggest Buddhist colleges of the kingdom. If you are interested a meeting will be arranged with one of foremost Buddhist reincarnated saint “Lam Namkha Ningpo” for blessing and interaction. If he is in Bumthang during your visit. • Stroll down from the monastery to the river bank and stroll around the peaceful town of Bumthang. Overnight BUMTHANG (Alt; 2580m) Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 5: Oct 8, Tue: Bumthang Festival & Spiritual Sightseeing Stop At: Jakar Dzong, Jakar, Bumthang District • Jakar Dzong (fortress of the White-bird). It is probably one of the biggest Dzongs in Bhutan with the surrounding walls about 1 km in circumference. • After lunch, Hike along a series of ancient and important sites such as, Jambay lhakhang, Kurjey lhakhang & Pema Sambha lhakhang (These temples have many mythical stories linked to its origin and dates back as early as 8th century. Your guide will unfold its mystery as you visit these sites). • Attend the religious and colorful Tamshing Village Festival (tsechu) held at the ancient courtyard of the Tamshing temple. • Many villagers gather in gho & kira to witness the mask dances, nomadic folk & traditional dances, religious drama, Atsara the funny Clown, ceremonial rituals and blessings. • Participate in the unique firs purification process at this festival. • The locals attend the festival not only to enjoy and meet their old friends but also to collect merit and purify their lives. • Late noon, take a short hike to Menbar Tsho (the burning lake). This lake is the holiest lake in the country and is believed to be a wish fulfilling lake. • In evening time at your leisure, free to roam around the villages and valley. Overnight BUMTHANG Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 6: Oct 9, Wed : Gangtey Rural Expedition (188km/ 5-6hr) Stop At: Phobjikha Valley, Wangdue Phodrang District • Drive on different vegetation of alpine, subtropical and glacial. Phobjikha is a glacial valley on the north western tip of the Black Mountain. It’s also one of the roosting grounds of the Black-necked cranes. • Embark on the Nature trail hike across the refreshing Blue-pine forest to Kwewa village (1.5hr hike). Try homemade tea & local snacks at village home. Interact with the monks at Kewa Monastery. • Visit the Crane Info Centre. • Free to walk around village or drive to your hotel for rest. Overnight PHOBJIKHA (2900m) Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 7: Oct 10, Thu : Phobjikha Valley & Thimphu Happiness Tour (142km/ 4hr) Stop At: Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten), Thimphu, Thimphu District • At dawn, free to walk out into the green valley to enjoy the sunrise. • Stop at Drukwangyel Cafe for lunch and mountain-view and head to Thimphu. Thimphu is a small, charming capital city nestled in the heart of the Himalayas. • After check in your hotel and some rest; drive to Buddha Gang, which offers a spectacular view of Thimphu city. This giant Buddha-statue overlooking Thimphu is one of the biggest in the world. Walk to the Happiness Garden 500 meters along a beautiful nature trail to plant various species of trees like Rhododendron, Maple, Oak, Cheery & Blue Pine. In advance we will keep your pit dug, saplings ready with your name placard. The placard will have your name and address and the photograph of the growth of your ‘Happiness Tree’ will be mailed to you quarterly. (Fees Nu. 300/ $5 per tree/ It is complimentary from our company) • Circumambulate Memorial chorten (huge stupa). This is the favorite spot for the locals of all age to chant mantras, prostrate, pray and practice their devotion. • In evening, time at your leisure. Yoga session, optional if interested. Overnight THIMPHU (Alt; 2320m) Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 8: Oct 11, Fri): Thimphu Cultural Sightseeing Stop At: Motithang Takin Preserve, Thimphu, Thimphu District • Drive to Sangay-gang where the national animal of Bhutan, the Takin, is found in captivity. This hill is also called the “romantic point” as lovers often come here to enjoy the panoramic view of the Thimphu valley. • Embark on a Choekhortse hike (1 – 2 hr). From the prayer flag decorated area at the start of the trail, you will follow the trail through thick blue pine forest climbing upwards to Choekhortse Goemba. Spend time with each other in nature also enjoying the spectacular view. Carry some tea, juice and snacks. • Zorig Chusum “School for Thirteen Traditional Arts and Crafts” followed Craft Bazaar for authentic local handicraft and souvenir. • National Library where ancient manuscripts are preserved. They also have on display the largest Picture Book on Bhutan in the world. • Farmers Weekend Market. Try some organic fruits & nuts. • Witness an Archery Match played by locals with lots of hue & cry at the national stadium. • The Tashichhoe Dzong, the main secretariat building, the office of the King and Throne room and also the house of the State Monastic Body. • Dinner in gho & kira (national dress) if interested alongside bonfire. You can learn or try some traditional dance with the dancers. Overnight THIMPHU Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
Day 9: Oct 12, Sat : Escape to Kila Gomba & Paro Sojourn (92km/ 2-3hr) Stop At: Dzongdrakha Temple, Paro, Paro District • Drive to Chelela pass (3,810m) & enjoy the bird’s eye view of the Mt. Chomolhari (7134m). • Easy walk on the ancient trail amidst tall Alpine trees to the solitary Kila Gomba. Kila is the oldest nunnery of the kingdom and there are nuns who have spent their entire lives seeking spiritual liberation at this monastery. The hike to this oldest nunnery takes about 1.5hrs round trip/ Drive up to monastery, Optional • After picnic lunch, detour to Paro valley. • Visit the remote monasteries below mountain peaks like like Dzongdakha monastery if you are interested or perhaps spend your afternoon at your own leisurely pace. You can take a leisurely walk alongside rivershore, spend time in spa to rejuvenate or simply spend some quite moment in nature and heal yourself. Overnight PARO (Alt; 2280m) Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: 3.5 star hotel
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