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ngyelso in bhutan

4 nights, 5 days leisure tour

Package Cost:  US$ 1,240 Per Person
Group Size: Minimum 2 People
Room: Twin Sharing Basis


Day 1. Acclimatization

On arrival at Paro airport, meet your Personal Guide and begin your Ngyelso ‘leisure tour’ with about an hour drive to Thimphu (2350m), Capital of Bhutan. Visit Kuensel Phodrang popularly known as Buddha Point where the world’s largest and tallest statue of Buddha is built. 

Overnight at HKFR in Thimphu



Day 2. Exploring Unique Capital City

Day start with visiting Simply Bhutan Museum is an interactive living museum that gives a quick introduction to various aspects of traditional life in Bhutan. Zorig Chusom (The National Institute for 13 Arts and Crafts) and Royal Textile Museum. In the evening, Tashichho Dzong, which houses the secretariat, the throne room and offices of the King. Part of this Dzong also serves as the summer residence of the Zhung Dratshang (Central Monastic Body), including the Je Khenpo (Chief Abbot of Bhutan). Overnight at HKFR in Thimphu



Day 3. Day Excursion to Chari Monastery

After Breakfast, Drive to Dodeyna at 2600m. From there walk about an hour to reach Chari Monastery. This monastery was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1620 who established the first monk body here. Picnic lunch will be serving along the riverside at Dodeyna if weather is good.

End the day by Joining Thimphu residents for circumambulations the National Memorial Chorten. Overnight at The Happiness Farm in Paro


Day 4. Hike to the Taktshang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest)

After breakfast, we will drive you to the trailhead to commence a climb through a beautiful pine forest to the sacred Taktshang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest Temple. Tonight, you will have a cooking experiment of national dish of Bhutan ‘Ema Datshi’ at local farmhouse. Overnight at Tashi Namgay Resort in Paro



Day 5. Paro International Airport

Morning drive to Paro International Airport to bid farewell as you embark on your onward journey




The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) of USD100 is a daily levy paid by visitors to support Bhutan’s development, sustainable opportunities for the Bhutanese people, through free healthcare, education and training, up skilling the tourism and hospitality industry, improved infrastructure, environmental preservation and conservation, cultural preservation programmes and initiatives that support local businesses and economies.

  • Hotel rooms at the mentioned hotels/resorts

  • Three meals (at hotels and local restaurants of your choice)

  • Comfortable travel vehicle and certified personal tour guide, throughout the tour

  • SDF/Royalty of USD100 per person per night

  • Entrance fees and Visa Fee



  • Alcoholic beverages at hotels/restaurants

  • Food and beverages at luxury hotels and restaurants

  • Shopping and tips for guide and driver

  • Travel Insurance

  • Air Ticket

some of our exclusive & unique trip
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