Cultural tour of Bhutan
Peace and Buddhist culture and tradition is what Bhutan gifts you as well as breath taking views of great Himalayas. Local customs and traditions reflects Buddhist values and norms. Explore and immerse into the local Buddhist culture and enjoy the natural beauty of Bhutan.
4 days 3 nights culture tour of Bhutan
Day 01 Arrival Paro-Thimpu
Day 02 Paro
Day 03 Paro
Day 04 Departure
Arrive Paro – Thimphu
• After arriving and visa formalities and collection of baggage, you will be welcomed by our tour representative who will be your tour guide during your entire trip in Bhutan.
• Check into your hotel in Thimphu. Free until lunch time for some rest from early morning flight, refreshment and lunch.
Afternoon, you will visit the following places:-
Folk Heritage Museum
The folk heritage museum was open to the general public in 2001 upon completion. It treasures troves of culture and rich Bhutanese heritage provide rich insights into the Bhutanese ethos. Try to schedule your visit during the morning hours since the museum is less crowded at that time and there is plenty of sunlight to go around.
National Textile Museum:
The second important Museum that also opened its doors in 2001 is the National Textile Museum of Bhutan. During a trip to this museum you will get an up close and personal experience of the living national art of weaving.
National Institute of ZorigChusum
The art and crafts currently taught in Bhutan, were introduced to the country in the 15th century by Trenton PemaLingpa. Trenton PemaLingpa also known as the Great Treasure National Institute for ZorigChusum - Discoverer is credited to have introduced these art forms to the people of Bhutan.
National Memorial Chorten
The National Memorial was built by Bhutan's third king, H.M. JigmeDorjiWangchuck." He wanted to erect a monument carrying the message of world peace and prosperity. However, he was unable to give shape to his idea in his lifetime due to pressures of state and other regal responsibilities. After his untimely demise in 1972, the Royal Family and Cabinet resolved to fulfill his wishes and erect a memorial that would perpetuate his memory and also serve as a monument to eternal peace, harmony and tranquility.
The TashichhoDzong is a Buddhist monastery cum fortress at the northern edge of Thimpu the capital city of Bhutan. The Dzong was built on the western bank of the river Wang Chu, and has historically served at the seat of the DrukDesi or the Dharma Raja of Bhutan’s government.
Overnight in Thimphu
After early breakfast you will be driven towards Paro and later when we will take you for a morning hike up to Taktsang Monastery, also known as ‘Tiger’s Nest’.
Taktshang or the Tigers lair as the monastery is called, it is widely regarded is one of the most important monuments of spiritual significance in Bhutan.
Later after the hike you will be visiting:-
The Jowo Temple of Kyichu is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. The temple was built by the Tibetan King SongstenGampo in the 7th Century AD. The KyichuLhakhang was one of the 108 temples constructed by him to subdue a demon that was terrorizing the people of the Himalayas.
Overnight in Paro
you will be visiting:
DrukChoeding is also known as TshongdoeNaktshang. The temple was built by NgawangChhogyel, who was a prince of Ralung and the ancestor of ZhabdrungNgawangNamgyal, in 1525.
In the temple, visitors will find a statue of the Future Buddha known as Jampa in the seatedposition.
The DumtseLhabhang temple is very unique in its design as it’s designed like a Chorten (Stupa), which is highly unlike any guide other Lhakhang / temple in Bhutan. The Temple was built in the 1443 AD by ThantongGyalpo, known as the iron bridge builder in Bhutanese legend. The DumatseLhakhang is built over 3 levels that represent the 3 spiritual realms of earth i.e. Hell, Earth and Heaven.
The ParoDzhong is probably Bhutan's best known and most iconic Dzong. This is probably the first building you will notice when you land at Paro International Airport and will probably be your first memory of Bhutan TheRinpungDzong's name translates to the "Fortress on a heap of Jewels ".
National handicrafts emporium
The National Handcrafts Emporium is a state run Handicrafts showroom in 4 different cities of Bhutan. The emporium is run by
the National Woman’s Association of Bhutan as a Non-Government Organization that is run under the royal supervision of Her Royal Highness AshiSonamChodenWangchuk.
In the morning after early breakfast we will see you off at the Paro International Airport for your onward destinations.
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