Bhutan is the last Mahayana Buddhist Kingdom, and the teachings of this school of Buddhism are a living faith among its people. Spirituality exists even in the urban centers where the spinning of prayer wheels, the murmur of mantras and the glow of butter lamps in the houses are still important features of their everyday life. Bhutan’s unique architecture is one of the most striking physical features; the color of house and buildings is a distinct source of aesthetic pleasure.
Various cultural trips into Bhutan introduce visitors to the unique aspects of Bhutanese culture, including sacred masked dance festivals and pilgrimage sites.
Day 1: Arrive Bhutan – Thimphu
Day 2: Thimphu – Punakha
Day 3: Punakha – Paro
Day 4: Tiger’s nest monastery hike
Day 5: Departure
Fly into Paro by Bhutan airlines early in the morning to one of the most beautiful airport in the world.As the plane approaches Bhutan, if you look down farmhouses as dots on the hillsides can be seen. You will be received by the representative in Bhutan, who will be your Bhutan travel guide throughout your tour.Drive to Thimphu (Capital of Bhutan) 1 Hour drive
Visit Buddha Statue at Kuenselphrodrang and offer your prayers to the largest Buddha statue in the country. The169 foot Buddha Dordenma statue, there are 125,000 miniature Buddhas encapsulated inside of its enlightened bronze chest, ranging from 8 to 12 inches tall. This means that in Thimphu,
which has a population of around 100,000, there are more Buddhas than there are human beings.
Check in at the Hotel and rest for 2 hours (Guides will brief you about the timing ) –You can either have arly Lunch or have lunch after check in as per according to Lunch time.
In the evening stroll through Thimphu town and leisure time. Overnight at a hotel in Thimphu.