Nested at the heart of the Himalayas,
Bhutan is one of the most fascinating and mysterious countries in the world.
Few are the travellers who have had the chance to explore it. You’ll discover extraordinarily beautiful landscapes, a culture with preserved traditions and an exceptionally gentle population. The Kingdom of “Raw interior Joy” offers you its shining pure beauty.
DEPARTURE/RETURN : Paro
Duration : 13 days
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Your essential travel !
Day 1 - Flight towards Paro
Day 2 - Visits and walks in Thimphu
Day 3 - A walk in Tango
Day 4 - Destination Phunakha
Day 5 - Discovery of Punakha Dzong
Day 6 - Unique sensations for Trongsa
Day 7 - Bumthang
Day 8 - Festival in Jakar
Day 9 - At the heart of Gantey monastery
Day 10 - In the valleys of Paro
Day 11 - Visits and walks in Paro
Day 12 - Breathtaking Taktshang
Day 13 - Paro flight Katmandu or Delhi
|DEPARTURE/RETURN||Paro Katmandu or Dehli|
Price per person (except international flights) 3150€ ; If you are satisfied by our guides’ and drivers’ services, you can tip them to show it. Optional multirisk repatriation-assistance+ insurance, luggage, damage-cancelling(Reminders and advices:)
- Use your hotel’s toilets before leaving in the morning or those from the restaurants where you’ll stop. Elsewhere, toilets are rare and not always clean.
- Bring medicine against grippe and common cold or homeopathic medicine as prevention.
- Also bring medicine that you risk having problems obtaining on site.
- Bring an adaptator, for your hair dryer..
- Bring a pair of good walking shoes. Trousers and jeans, no shorts. Chemises à col avec manches. Polos, jackets.
- Bring a warm jacket and pullovers because evenings and mornings are cold.
- Temperature during this saison oscillates between 20-22 degrees maximum and 7-9 degrees minimum.
- Mineral water bottles will be distributed every day.
- Faucet water is not drinkable.
- The rip’s highest altitude is 3425m at Yutongla’s pass, on the road to Bhumthang. Walk at your own rhythm when you climb or descend the mountains.
- Be careful when you encounter abrupt stairs with unequal steps at the entrance of forts, temples or villages.