7-Night Journey
Thimphu, Punakha & Paro Valley
Thimphu, Punakha & Paro Valley

With your well being guide, see the valleys of Thimphu, Punakha, and Paro, exploring ancient monasteries, majestic mountains, and more of the alpine midland Himalayan country.

Your itineraries can be customized to meet your needs, both before and after you arrive.

Day One.

Thimphu valley
A beautiful view of Thimphu valley

On the way to Thimphu, explore the forested mountains dotted with monasteries and temples.

A gentle walk through the city, followed by afternoon visits to museums and chortens, provides a glimpse into the ancient culture before spending the night at your lodge Thimphu.

Day Two & Three.

Dochula pass
The famous Dochula pass

Thimphu Valley is home to the royal administration of Bhutan as well as the monastery astrology academy.

An energizing short walk to Cheri Goemba through one of the country’s old cantilever bridges, and you arrive at a place where the Kingdom’s first group of monks was based.

En route to Punakha Valley, halt at one of Bhutan’s first mountain passes, DochuLa Pass. Visit Talo, which is home to the temple of the Queen Mother’s protective deity, before heading to the lodge for an afternoon hike or a dip in the infinity pool surrounded by rice terraces.

Day Four & Five.

Punakha Dzong
Punakha Dzong during the Spring Season

Hike alongside the Mo River through rice terraces to a chorten erected by the royal mother.

Picnic on the banks of the River Puna at the royal family’s winter residences before touring Punakha’s dzong and the 15th-century Chimi fertility temple. 

Wind through the Wang and Paro river valleys to Paro Valley, which is encircled by pines.

After an evening discourse, prayer flag printing, or a traditional cultural performance, visit adjacent ruins as well as some of the valley’s oldest and holiest religious monuments.

Day Six.

Kyichu Lhakhang
Kyichu Lhakhang – One of the favourite tourist spot in Paro

Visit The National Museum in the morning that has artifacts dating back to 4000 BCE.

Cultural exploration may be found in the Kyichu and Dungtse temples, while a pleasant stroll past Drukgyel Dzong goes through forest and tiered meadows along the Paro River.

Day Seven.

Paro Taktsang Monastery
A beautiful early morning view of Paro Taktsang Monastery

A morning hike takes you to Tiger’s Nest, one of Bhutan’s most sacred ancient sites.

Enjoy breathtaking views from the monastery, which is perched on a cliff 900 meters above the valley floor, before relaxing with a 60-minute treatment at the lodge spa.

The following morning, depart from Paro airport.

A Continuous Journey.

A Continuous Journey
A Continuous Journey into Bhutan

A tailor-made Bhutan itinerary will include complimentary internet services, road permits, private transport with a driver and guide, and one 60-minute Spa treatment for stays of seven nights or more in any Lodge or combination of Lodges.

Please make an inquiry to begin your journey.