To the land of peace, harmony, happiness and a unique culture!
Considering Bhutan is the only country in the world where gross national happiness is emphasized upon, instead of the GDP, it comes as no surprise that it is one of the safest countries in the world.
Landlocked in the Himalayas, the country boasts of some gorgeous rivers, lofty mountains and beautiful people.
GoMissing invites you to soak in the heart warming culture and hospitality of the Bhutanese people.
At a Glance
- Duration: 9 days
- Experience: Surreal
- Ideal for: Individual & Families with kids
- Accommodation type: 3 stars, specialty lodging, resorts
- Safety: Very safe for everyone :)
Take the Druk Air flight to Paro. The flight crosses some of the highest peaks in the world and offers splendid views on a clear day.
Our team will welcome you at Paro and drive you to Thimpu.
Distance 60 km, drive time: roughly 1.5 hours
Remaining day at leisure Overnight Thimpu
Overnight at Thimpu
Explore the capital city Thimpu and visit important cultural and historic places there
Option 2: Trek to Tangu and Cherri monastery. For this trek, you will be driven about 25Kms outside Thimpu and from there you will trek to the monasteries which are in opposite direction in the middle of a forest
Evening: special masked dances performance for your group
Trek toTangu and Cherri monastery. The starting point for both the treks is same, 25 km from Thimpu, but they lie in opposite directions. The trek offers some beautiful sights.
Evening: Special masked dances performance for your group
After breakfast in Thimpu, you will cross the Dochu-la pass (10,000 ft.) to reach Punakha. In the afternoon, spend some time at the Chimi Lakhang temple in Punakha. It is also known as the temple of fertility.
Overnight at Punakha
Total distance: 150 km
After breakfast, visit the Punakha dzong (fort) which is arguably the most beautiful dzong in Bhutan. It is at the confluence of Pho-Chu and Mo-Chu (Father River and Mother River) and is the summer seat of the chief Abbot of Bhutan.
After the visit, drive to the Phobjika valley – the nesting place of the endangered black necked cranes
Overnight at Gangtay (Phobjika valley)
Distance: 87 km
Visit the Gangtay Gompa which is an important Nyingmapa monastery and is the main seat of Pema Lingpa tradition.
After visiting the monastery, head out in search of the endangered Black Necked Cranes. These are winter migratory visitors to the Phobjika valley. They migrate from the high altitude Tibetan plateaus to the milder climes of the Phobjika valley where they breed before returning to Tibet.
Spend the afternoon exploring Paro. Time permitting, visit the Paro Dzong and Museum.
Overnight at Paro
Start early with a packed breakfast to visit the Kyichu Lakhang (temple). Then, drive along the Paro River to reach the base of the Takgsang Lakhang trek. The trek to the monastery crosses a beautiful rhododendron forest which is home to a number of bird species. While trekking back, stop-over at the cafeteria for lunch (the cafeteria serves only vegetarian food). After that, visit Drugyal Dzong (the ruined fortress)
Overnight at Paro
Our team will drop you to the Paro International airport for your flight home.
Please get in touch for individual/ couple and fixed departure pricing.
You must have a valid Indian passport or voter I-card for traveling to Bhutan. Indian citizens do not require a visa for Bhutan. Travel permits are required, which the GoMissing team will process.