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Bhutan Women only Cultural and Festival Tour

Bhutan Women only Cultural and Festival Tour - 10 Nights and 11 Days

Bhutan Women only Cultural and Festival Tour

Day 1: ARRIVAL PARO

Upon landing, our delegate meets you and welcome you. Check-in at the Inn once you reach there. After refreshment, the day is free for recreation.

Supper and overnight at the Inn.

Day 2: PARO – THIMPHU

This day after sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, check-out and proceed to Thimphu. On the route, drive to visit Tamchog Lhakang iron bridge. Check-in at the hotel upon reaching. Rest a while and then head onto visit Takin Sanctuary, Zilukha Nunnery, Buddha Dordenma Statue and Thimphu Dzong. Spend rest of the day leisurely.

Supper and Night remain at the hotel.

Day 3: THIMPHU

Early morning, after breakfast we’ll have an opportunity to visit city’s Weekend market, loaded with a wide variety of goods for both local people and sightseers. Today we may likewise get an opportunity to see an archery tournament, which regularly occur at the neighborhood archery grounds.

Supper and overnight at inn.

Day 4: THIMPHU – PUNAKHA

In the morning after some wholesome breakfast at the hotel, check-out and proceed further to Punakaha. After settling down at the hotel, we ride you to Punakha Dzong, Chimi lhakhang and Khamsum Yueling.

Supper and  Night remain at the hotel.

Day 5: PUNAKHA – TRONGSA

After morning breakfast, check-out from the hotel and drive further to Trongsa. On the way, we will take you to Wangdue. On reaching, check into your pre-booked room. Later, we will ride you to Chendebje Chorten, Trongsa Dzong Fortress and Kuenga Rabten Palace. Enjoy the scenic view all around and get enchanted by the magnificient view of Mount Jomolhari.

Supper and Night stay.

Day 6: TRONGSA – BHUMTHANG VALLEY

After morning breakfast at leisure, check from the hotel and head further to Bumthang. Upon reaching, check into your hotel and relax. In the Afternoong, proceed to visit Jakar Dzong, Kurje Lhakhang, Tamshing Lhakhang and Ura Yakchoe.

Evening is free to sit back at hotel and enjoy leisurely time at your own independent activities.

Supper and Night halt at the hotel.

Day 7: BUMTHANG (ON THE FESTIVAL DAY)

The day we spend in visiting the great Jambay Lhakhang Festival which is the major attraction of the region. Here Artists, singers, dancers entertain the general people by their appreciable talents. The festival is celebrated to get the victory of religion over the evil spirit. Craftsmen from all around the nation setup their stalls and sells the items like clothes, jewellery, Buddhist Treasure and many other.

Supper and Night halt at the hotel.

Day 8: BHUMTHANG – URA – BHUMTHANG

This day, after breakfast the the hotel, head out for a full day excursion tour to Ura Valley. Enjoy the astounding view of Bhutan’s Highest Peak ‘Gangkar Puensum’ on the route. Today’s journey will lead us through lavish forest areas and also through the a village which is popular for its traditional homes. Upon reaching, enjoy the time leisurely in exploring this beautiful valley of Ura. Later the day, return back to Bumthang. In the evening, after dinner, head onto see the end of Treschu Festival and enjoy some sacred naked dance performances.

Day 9: BHUMTHANG – GANGTEY

Today, after taking breakfast at the hotel, check-out and proceed further to Gangtey. Check-in at the hotel upon reaching. After refreshments, we drive you to Gangtey Gompa and Black Craned Information Center.

Supper and Night halt at the hotel.

Day 10: GANGTEY –  PARO

This morning after sumptuous breakfast, check-out and drive to Paro. Upon reaching, check into your pre-booked hotel. We ride you to National Museum, Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Kichu Lhakhang and Rinpung Dzong.

Evening time is for leisurely activities.

Supper and Overnight at hotel.

Day 11: DEPARTURE

Today, say bye to this Bhutan Women-only cultural and festival Tour and proceed towards Paro Airport to board flight back to your home.

TOUR END

Destination covered in this Tour:

Paro: Land of myths and legends

Thimphu: Capital and largest city of Bhutan

Punakha: Former capital of Bhutan

Trongsa: The name means “new village” in Dzongkha

Bumthang: directly translates as “beautiful field”

Gangtey: Site of Tibetan Buddhist

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