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The Himalayan Escape

Travel to Bhutan: Beyond The Sky Adventure handles the whole booking process on your behalf, including Druk Air and Bhutan Airline flights. However, the price of flights is not included in the package and it is therefore advisable to book well in advance to secure seats. We also handle visa application processing (included in the package). It normally takes 2 to 3 weeks to process the visa but under some circumstances, we can accelerate the process.

3 Nights Package

DAY: 1: Arrival, Paro-Thimphu.

Our Experienced guide and airport representative will welcome you at the airport, once you have settled in your first foray into the Kingdom begins with sightseeing on the way to Thimphu. After lunch the sightseeing begin with a tour including some of the following (exact itineraries dependent on opening times and interests): National Memorial Chorten, Buddha Point, Takin Zoo and Trashi Chhoe Dzong.

Dinner and Overnight in the hotel.

DAY: 2: Thimphu to Chuzom, Tamchog Lhakhang to Paro.

Returning to the Chuzum or confluence we catch a glimpse of the three shrines in Nepali, Tibetan and Bhutanese style which were built to ward off evil spirits near the checkpoint. On the final leg the road snakes alongside the Pa Chhu river, through apple orchards and rice paddies, past quaint homesteads to our home in the mountains. Once you have reached to Paro, You have a time to visit, Kyichu Lhakhang which is just a drive few kilometers north of Paro, and we pay our respects at Kyichu Lhakhang; this is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan with its magic orange tree that bears fruit all year round. After the visit to Kichu monastery you will be driven back to visit Dumgtshe Lhakhang, The monastery was built in 1421 (other sources say 1433) by an eminent Tibetan lama named Thangtong Gyalpo (1385–1464), also known as Chagzampa, who is remembered for his building of some eight iron bridges in Bhutan. His reason for building a temple in chorten form is because it is said to immobilize demons and proclaim the victory of Buddhism.

Dinner and Overnight in the hotel.

DAY: 3: Taktsang Hike.

One of the most amazing and important pieces of architecture in Bhutan, Taktsang Goemba defies logic, gravity, and reason. Legend has it that this Cliffside was where Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) landed on the back of a flying tigress, bringing Buddhism to Bhutan from Tibet. To avoid the hot sun an early start is advisable for the two-hour climb to the Tiger’s Nest viewpoint. Descend steeply, and then climb up to the monastery, passing a waterfall and entering through the main gates which are filled with murals. Retrace our steps or alternatively. In the evening, we invite you to spend the rest of the day relaxing along with scrolling around the town.

Dinner and Overnight in the hotel.

Depart Bhutan.

A Druk Air or Bhutan airlines normally departs in the morning, so after breakfast your transfer to Paro International Airport will be arranged depending on the flight schedule.

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