Taktsang (Tiger's Nest) Monastery

7D6N Bhutan

Journey into the Dragon Kingdom on this leisurely tour combining visits to age - old temples, imposing Dzongs and gold - roofed monasteries combined with an exploration of some of Bhutan's beautiful wilderness and countryside. Discover the attractions of the stunning Paro Valley including hike to Taktsang "Tigers Nest" Monastery, perched on a rocky ledge 900m above the valley floor, Ta Dzong Museum and the ancient Drukgyel Dzong. Sightseeing in Bhutan's capital Thimphu includes the Memorial Chorten and the National Library, as well as the hike to Tango Monastery, the only university for Buddhist studies in Bhutan. Highlights in the verdant Punakha Valley will be a visit to one of Bhutan’s most stunning Dzongs located at the confluence of 2 rivers, and a walk up through rice fields and orange plantations to a hillside chorten offering sweeping valley views

High Season: May/September/October/November

Low Season : Januar/ February/June/July/August/December

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Destination Climax
The majestic Trongsa Dzong in central Bhutan

Changangkha Lhakhang Monastery

Awaken your spirituality and rediscover your inner Zen as you spend solace time upon a ridge at Thimphu's oldest monastery. Savour an exquisite view of the famed "pilgrim path" and spin the monastery's enchanting prayer wheels. An exclusive prayer session with a Buddhist monk can also be arranged.

Dochula pass between Thimphu and Punakha

Lunch with Family in Thimphu (Capital of Bhutan)

Experience unbridled hospitality with a local Bhutanese family over lunch. Delight your palate as you feast on the local cuisine while learning more about their ancestral ways of life.

Bhutanese traditional festive celebration

Pangri Zampa Lhakhang

Have your personal astrology read at Pangrizampa Lhakhang, an astrology school that sits quaintly in the middle of a meadow by the river.

Talo Goemba

Be one of few to access one of Bhutan’s most religious monuments. This monastery is owned by the revered Queen Mother and is not opened to the general public on normal days.

Punakha Dzong

The historic Punakha Dzong is a monastic fortress that has withstood a span of invasions and natural disasters. The landmark stands majestically on an island between the confluence of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers.

Streets of Paro

Taktsang (Tiger's Nest) Monastery

One of the holiest monasteries in Bhutan perched 2,000 feet above the valley floor on a granite cliff. Be prepared to have every solitary moment at the famed Taktsang Monastery evoke in you an indescribable feeling of grandeur.

Amankora Punakha

Nestled in the midst of terraced rice fields and a scenic surrounding, the Amankora Punakha is purposefully built for one who enjoys sheer indulgence. Its spacious suites are set in a divine orange grove, which offer you a spectacular, serene view across rice-fields and valleys of astounding beauty.

Uma Paro

The Uma Paro houses exclusive rooms, breath-taking suites and spellbinding villas. It is stunningly set on a hillside and surrounded by orchards, valleys and terraced mountains. Experience luxurious contemporary comforts in traditional Bhutanese style.

Uma Paro COMO Villa Terrace

Taj Tashi

Let the Taj Tashi redefine "bliss" for you. Behold an extravagant blend of elaborate Bhutanese touches, fine pampering and an incredible view of the surrounding mountains and Thimphu valley. Its exquisitely adorned suites feature exotic Bhutanese rugs, splashes of blue pine and Spanish marble, along with distinctive canopy beds and a walk-in closet.