7 days Bhutan Tour

Good to Know
  • Duration 7 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Group Size +1
  • Trip Starts Paro
  • Trip Ends Paro
  • Activities Tour Sightseeing

Highlights

  • Embark on a memorable journey to Bhutan with a visit to some of the iconic landmarks with information about the lifestyle, culture, and tradition of Bhutanese.
  • Take on an epic hike to one of the world-renowned landmarks of the world residing in Bhutan, The Paro Taktsang or the Tiger’s Nest Monastery.
  • Spend quality time in the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu with an exploration of its cultural landmarks including Tashichho Dzong, Buddha Dordenma, and many more.
  • Visit the historic Wangdeu Phodrang Dzong and drive through picturesque landscapes, villages, rivers, and many more.
  • Experience the unique atmosphere of Gangtey Valley and Chime Lhakhang which is also known as the “Temple of Fertility.”
  • Savor some delicious Bhutanese cuisines and experience the authentic hospitality of the Bhutanese during the 7-day Bhutan Tour.

Trip Introduction: 7 Days in Bhutan

Bhutan lies in south-central Asia while sharing a border with India and China. Bhutan which is also known as Druk Yul means “Land of the Thunder Dragon.” Bhutan is called so due to the extreme thunderstorms that wash through the valley from the Himalayas. The south end of Bhutan consists of the Himalayan region where the several mountain ranges of Bhutan are located. The Gangkhar Puensum situated at 7,570 meters (24,840 ft) above sea level is the highest altitude mountain of Bhutan.

Marked by colorful monasteries, gompa, stupa, and architectural monuments Bhutan is home to rich cultural and religious background. Bhutan mainly follows Buddhism (Vajrayana Buddhism) which broadcasts the deep-rooted Buddhist beliefs and practices of the Bhutanese. So, during the visit to Bhutan, one can see various monasteries, stupas, temples, chortens, prayer flags, prayer wheels, thanka paintings, and costumes that resemble and portray the Buddhist culture.

Likewise, there are many monasteries in Bhutan where monks and nuns dressed in saffron pray, meditate, and take care of the historic landmarks. The monks and nuns also teach the young generation to pass down religious and cultural teachings. These century-old monasteries have intricate designs showcasing traditional Bhutanese architecture followed by decorations, paintings, courtyards, prayer halls, and a serene peaceful environment. Most of the monasteries look aesthetic and also host several rituals, ceremonies, and social gatherings.

Similarly, the Bhutan 7-day tour is a comprehensive package that provides explorers with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit this prestigious country. Visitors on the Bhutan tour can see fabulous landmarks, and breathtaking scenery, and immerse in the culture and tradition of the country. Individuals on the Bhutan tour will visit some of the prominent places in Bhutan including Paro, Thimphu, Wangdeu Phodrang, Gangtey Valley, and Chime Lakhang. All these places are spectacular and give an idea of cultural, religious, and natural landmarks.

One of the most prominent landmarks of Bhutan is the Paro Taktsang. The Paro Taktsang is also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery. The tiger’s nest monastery is located on the cliffside of the upper Paro Valley of Bhutan. The religious story of the Taktsang is that Guru Padmasambhava meditated here in a cave after arriving on a flying tigress, hence the name Tiger’s Nest. The monastery also houses a statue in memorial to Guru Padmasambhava so it is considered one of the major pilgrimage sites for Bhutanese Buddhists.

Besides Paro Taktsang, there are other attractions in Bhutan including Buddha Dordenma, Dochula Pass, Tashichho Dzong, Punakha Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Thimphu Chorten, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Chele La Pass, and many more.

On the other hand, the best season to visit Bhutan is all year round. For the best experience, exploring in spring and autumn is recommended. The winter and summer seasons are also good for excursions however, extra preparation is required.

The 7-Days Bhutan tour package can be done by individuals or groups with elders and children. However, before the tour individuals must understand that research on the culture, tradition, places, and customs must be done. This gives an idea to keep an open mind and be flexible in small changes.

Why Choose 7 Days Bhutan Tour?

The Himalayan region of Bhutan offers spectacular scenery and world-renowned landmarks. The 7-Day Bhutan Tour allows immersion in the culture, tradition, rituals, festivals, and ceremonies of the Bhutanese. One can see some of the prominent landmarks and attractions of Bhutan thereby understanding more about Bhutan and its history. Similarly, Bhutan which is constantly putting an effort into environmental conservation and tourism is worth the notice. The reasons for choosing the 7 Days Bhutan Tour with Trekking Planner Nepal are as follows:

Spectacular scenery: The country of Bhutan offers some of the spectacular scenery of the Himalayan and hilly regions. The highest peak includes the Gangkhar Puensum (7,570 meters/2300 ft) and the third highest peak includes the famous Jomolhari (7,314 meters/23,996 ft). These two popular mountains provide an opportunity for trekking and exploring the Himalayan region of Bhutan. On the other hand, other landmarks, monuments, and attractions are best in favor of the spectacular scenery and beauty of Bhutan.

Culture and religion: The major religion of Bhutanese is Buddhism. Similarly, the Thimphu Tshechu festival is the grandest in Bhutan. The peaceful country of Bhutan has no sign of religious disputes and all other religions like Hinduism are highly respected. Other festivals and ceremonies like Punakha Drubchen, Gomphu Kora, Paro Tshechu, Sakteng, Haa, Merak, and many others are also celebrated here. The men are dressed in Gho which is a lengthy fabric fastened on the waist with a matching belt known as Kera. Similarly, the women wear Kira which is a long sarong-style dress that falls on the ankles. The dress is secured with a waist belt and clasped at the shoulders with shining silver brooches known as Korma.

So, while wearing the dress they participate in mask dance, folk dances, music performances, and other ceremonies. Similarly, with these varied cultures and religions, a unique aspect of Bhutan can be understood those who wish to immerse more in the culture and tradition can participate in such ceremonies if it falls on the period of travel.

National Happiness: Bhutan measures the overall development in terms of Gross National Happiness (GNH). This means that Bhutan prioritizes happiness over economic growth and is regarded as the happiest country in the world. So, during the visit to Bhutan, one can have a safe visit while communicating with the locals. Some of the wonders and landmarks of Bhutan, how they are thriving, and what efforts are made by the government and the citizens can be understood during the visit.

Ecotourism: Bhutan’s government has made strict policies and regulations to increase the efficiency of tourism. Similarly, Bhutan provides tourists with an eco-friendly experience. With environmental conservation in mind and efforts to conserve exotic flora and fauna, Bhutan is genuinely making efforts for a better experience inside the country. Several conservation areas and protected areas are constructed such that visitors here can get the opportunity to understand what Bhutan is doing for ecology.

Authentic experience: Bhutan offers travelers the chance to see real local sites because there are still undiscovered areas of the country. Through this unique experience, people can learn about and discover locations they have never been before. Bhutan still guarantees a small number of visitors per year to protect its resources, so travelers should expect an amazing experience.

So, this multi-country tour in Bhutan is a must-see tour package that provides a unique experience for tourists. To provide a hassle-free travel experience and eco-friendly conservation practices Bhutan welcomes all.

How does the Bhutan 7-day tour start and end?

The 7-day Bhutan tour initiates with a flight from the respective places towards Paro airport. Upon reaching Paro, individuals or groups will gather with the company representative who will assist throughout the trip. Once meeting at the Paro airport the Bhutan tour initiates with a drive from Paro to Thimphu.

Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan, where visitors get to see some of the top attractions of Bhutan. During their stay in Thimphu individuals can visit the Buddha Dordenma, Dochula Pass, Tashichho Dzong, and many other local attractions. Among these the Buddha Dordenma is a gigantic statue of Shakyamuni Buddha, Dochula Pass is a mountain pass where 108 memorial chortens are placed, and Tashichho Dzong is a Buddhist monastery and fortress located on the northern edge of Thimphu. Other attractions of Thimphu are Thimphu Chorten, Choki Traditional Art School, Tango Buddhist Institute, National Institute for Zorig Chusum, and others. Similarly, the sightseeing tour and destination depend upon the guide and personal interest so the location may differ.

After a beautiful day spent on Thimphu the 7 Day tour of Bhutan leads to another exciting town of Wangdeu Phodrang. During the visit to Wangdeu Phodrang see the Wangdue Phodrang Dzong which was built in 1638. The Wangdue Phodrang Dzong is also the largest dzongkhan in Bhutan by area. As the trip to Wangdue Phodrang Dzong completes, head towards Gangtey Valley for a full-day excursion. Gangtey Valley is a protected area in Bhutan that is home to some of the most exotic and rare wildlife species habituated in Bhutan. Similarly, the Gangtey Valley also has Gangtey Monastery which is situated on a hilltop location. Likewise, the Gangtey monastery is a Buddhist monastery where various ancient relics, texts, and structures are available. On the other hand, other attractions in Gangtey are the Black Necked Crane Information Centre, Tenkhor Yuetshe, or walk on the trail of Gangtey Nature Trails.

As the sightseeing tour comes to an end one can head towards Paro via Chimme Lakhang. The Chimme Lakhang or Monastery is a Buddhist temple that is in the Punakha district of Bhutan. It is said that Lama Kunley restrained the demon of Dochu La with his magical thunderbolt of wisdom and trapped the body on a rock that resides here. So as visitors finish seeing the place they are headed to Paro.

Upon reaching Paro a hike to Paro Taktsang which is the main attraction of Paro can be seen. The Paro Taktsang is also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery as it is said that Guru Rinpoche flew to the location on the back of a tigress. It is also said that Guru Rinpoche came to the monastery to meditate in a cave situated here. Other attractions in Paro are Rinpung Dzong, Paro River, the National Museum, Chele la Pass, Kyichu Lhakhang, and many more.

After a splendid day in Paro, head back to the respective destination marking the end of the 7-day Bhutan tour with Trekking Planner Nepal.

What is the best season for a 7-day Bhutan sightseeing tour?

It's possible to take the Bhutan 7-Day Sightseeing Tour at any time of the year. Nonetheless, spring and fall are the ideal times to go on a Bhutan tour. Autumn and spring are the most preferred months since they offer pleasant weather conditions. While travel is still possible in other seasons, such as winter and summer, it might be necessary to assemble additional preparations and pack in case of oncoming rains and cold temperatures.

Bhutan Tour in Spring (Early March to Mid-April)

The spring season in Bhutan lasts from March to May. Spring in Bhutan is marked by moderate temperature that enables a comfortable walking environment for visitors. Spring starts in Bhutan immediately after the snow starts to melt. This enables a fantastic view of the wildflowers in the hilly region with the least chance of rainfall and snow. The spring season also showcases an unobstructed view of mountain ranges with mild temperatures at higher altitudes. Considered one of the best seasons for travel, enjoying mountain views, visiting landmarks, and exploring adventure activities, the spring season welcomes all in Bhutan.

Bhutan tour in Summer (Mid-April to Mid-September)

The summer season in Bhutan lasts from April to September. Summer in Bhutan characterizes heavy rainfall which is heaviest in June. Similarly, the summer season increases the risk of flood in rural communities situated near river banks. Also, visitors in Bhutan must understand that trekking in Bhutan during summer requires additional caution due to slippery trails. The temperature can reach the highest of 32 degrees Celsius in July and 26 degrees in Thimphu. Likewise, it is necessary to pack carefully and do some research about the future weather conditions before visiting Bhutan in summer as it can rain cats and dogs.

Bhutan tour in Autumn (Late September to Early October)

Autumn starts in Bhutan immediately after the end of the monsoon. The autumn season in Bhutan lasts from September to October which is marked by a clear and bright sky. The fall season showcases fallen deciduous trees with a sensational mountain view. Similarly, there are chances of early snowfall in higher altitudes but nothing drastic to worry about. The Bhutan tour provides an opportunity to click astonishing photographs.

Bhutan tour in Winter (Late November to Early March)

The winter season in Bhutan is marked by snowfall and cold temperatures, especially in the region above 3,000 meters. The extreme temperature provides some difficulties for trekkers, especially in the nighttime. However, those who wish to challenge the extreme temperature in the high altitude can trek to Bhutan. Similarly, for sightseeing tours in Bhutan, gloomy days can be seen followed by frost and snow. The winter temperature in Paro is almost -6 degrees Celsius while the south and east side are mild. For optimum experience, pack accordingly and do some research regarding the persisting weather conditions.

Note: The best season for travel is Spring and Autumn but sightseeing tours can also be done in winter and summer. For the best experience spring and autumn are recommended for hiking and trekking in Bhutan. However, the sightseeing tour can be done all year round. The time to visit Bhutan depends upon personal interest and can be arranged accordingly.

Temperature and weather conditions in some prominent places of 7 Day in Bhutan Tour

S. N

Places

Season

Temperature in degrees Celsius

1

Thimphu

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

7 to 20

0.6 to 22

0.6 to 14

-5.8 to 12

2

Bumthang

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

3 to 18

-1.4 to 21

-1.4 to 10

-5 to 16

3

Punakha

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

10 to 26

7 to 29

7 to 19

4 to 22

4

Wangdeu Phodrang

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

4 to 17

12 to 27

7 to 22

-4 to 12

5

Paro

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

0.6 to 17

1 to 25

0.6 to 14

-5 to 14

 The above-mentioned temperature is listed as the minimum and maximum temperature of the season throughout the included months.

Accommodation Facility in 7 days Bhutan tour

Accommodation in Bhutan mainly depends upon the budget or interest of the individual. Some may want to spend the night in luxury houses full of amenities while others want to spend in basic hotels. Well, whatever the condition, keeping all that in mind Trekking Planner Nepal can arrange accommodation facilities depending upon the need and demand of individuals.

Accommodation place in Bhutan ranges from luxury houses including three-star to five-star hotel luxury rooms to much more basic budget accommodation. The option solely depends upon the person. All the destinations including Thimphu, Bunthang, Wangdeu Phodrang, Gangtey Valley, and Paro, have good accommodation facilities with individuals getting accommodated with top-notch facilities. These accommodations are labeled as A, B, and C by the government which are equivalent to 3-4 stars.

Likewise, it is necessary to understand that those on a budget can also get a high-ranking facility in the accommodation with little compromise on some facilities that are not that drastic. To be transparent, the choice of accommodation relies on the individuals and how much they are willing to spend for a night. Those who want luxury can get accommodated in luxury houses and those who are on a budget can get accommodated in charming lodges and traditional farmhouses.

Similarly, Nepal Trekking Planner can also arrange medium-range accommodation which opens a door of possibility for every type of individual. A brief description of the accommodation place available on the Bhutan tour is as follows:

  • Luxury Hotels: The luxury hotels are the highest level of accommodation that is available in Bhutan. The highest level of service one can get on the accommodation option is the luxury houses. There is no room for complaint in terms of quality, service, comfort, ambiance, food, safety, and cleanliness. The luxury with extra facilities like resort, spa, and yoga are also available.
  • Adventure lodges: Adventure lodges are another type of accommodation that is only available in some strategic locations in Bhutan. The adventure lodges are found especially near trekking trails, national parks, or recreational areas. Similarly, adventure lodges also offer comfortable and cozy accommodations for guests with scenic surroundings and options for adventure activities. This means it is suitable for those who wish to do some outdoor activities alongside campfire, camping, sunset viewing, and BBQ.
  • Guesthouses: Guesthouses are the medium-range accommodation options available during the Bhutan tour. Traditional homestays, such as guesthouses, offer special chances to get a taste of the local way of life and culture. In the same manner, visiting guesthouses is a great opportunity to interact with Bhutanese and learn about their way of life. The guesthouse also serves delicious national cuisine and offers cozy beds and blanket facilities. The popularity of guesthouses is due to the offer of reasonably priced travel, an authentic Bhutanese experience, and sustainable travel.
  • Budget accommodation: These are some of the cheapest accommodation options for travelers in Bhutan. The budget accommodation provides individuals with cost-effective bed and blanket facilities, especially for a night’s stay. Similarly, this accommodation allows induvial to allocate proper funding while receiving local hospitality. Many such accommodations are also available in towns and cities for convenience.

Electricity, Communication, Internet, and Bathroom Facilities During Bhutan Tour

There are amenities like electricity, communication, internet, and bathrooms that need to be considered before going on the Bhutan tour. Therefore, a brief description of these amenities is provided as:

  • Electricity: Individuals can get electricity or charging facility in the accommodation place and lunch place. Similarly, every accommodation options are available with proper lighting facilities with no breakdowns. Even if there are breakdowns with little to no chance, they are well equipped for backup power supply. On the other hand, the cost of charging or electricity in the room does not cost extra and is included one room is booked. However, during the day tour, if batteries are running low then it is better to carry additional batteries or power banks for recharging.
  • Communication: For making international call, communication during the 7-Days Bhutan tour can be done via the Internet. However, the hotels have international dialing facilities but one has to pay extra to access such facilities. Likewise, for those who wish to cut the budget for international calls, internet can be used to talk to family, friends, and loved ones. Also, there is an option to buy a SIM card from Bhutan once reaching there with little money but that only works inside Bhutan and international calls per minute will be pricy. The best means for international calling in Bhutan is to get international roaming for budget friendly experience.
  • Internet and Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi and the internet are mainly accessible at cafes and lodging facilities. While the majority of lodging facilities don't charge extra for internet access, some might. Bhutan's SIM card also offers a cheap data pack for online browsing.
  • Bathrooms and showers: The majority of hotels provide attached bathrooms with choices for hot and cold showers. The showers have a continuous hot water supply and are primarily solar or geezer-studded. Showers, however, can provide challenges when camping, so knowledge of showers should be acquired when using these kinds of lodgings.

How to enter Bhutan or what are the documents necessary for Bhutan?

Bhutan is accessible via airline, once associated with Trekking Planner Nepal. The company can arrange official flights to Bhutan. Likewise, the documents needed by foreign visitors to Bhutan are:

  • Passport validity: Six months from date of arrival
  • Blank Passport pages: One page is required for entry stamp
  • Vaccinations: Suggested but not mandatory
  • Currency restrictions for entry: USD 10,000 only
  • Currency restrictions for exit: USD 10,000 only
  • Passport size photo: Two copies or more

Is travel insurance required for the Bhutan 7 Days Tour?

Travel insurance for Bhutan is not mandatory however having travel insurance can safeguard against various unforeseen circumstances during the Bhutan tour. Although Bhutan is a safe country there are still chances of encountering unexpected situations. So, it is necessary to purchase travel insurance that covers compensation against such conditions. It is also necessary to understand that Trekking Planner Nepal Pvt. Ltd. doesn’t provide an insurance facility and should be purchased from an authorized insurance company. Be sure to purchase the insurance that accumulates compensation against:

  • Flight cancelation and delays
  • Medical emergencies and evacuation
  • Loss of baggage or theft
  • Adventure sports
  • Personal liability
  • Equipment coverage
Itinerary
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    Today from your respective airline you will arrive at Paro International Airport, the only international airport in Bhutan. As you land and get out from the terminal, you can see a representative waiting for you at the arrival section with the company placard. Once meeting your luggage will be transferred to the vehicle and you will be welcomed in Bhutan.

    Once all that is done, the representative will transfer you from Paro to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan on a private vehicle. The journey from Paro to Bhutan will take about one and a half hours depending on the traffic and road condition.

    During the drive, you can journey through well-maintained roads of Bhutan which are found all over the country. Similarly, you can see the Tachong Lhakhang Bridge on the way to Thimphu which spans over the Paro Chuu River.

    Upon reaching Thimphu settle in an accommodation place. If time is on hand, you can also explore nearby places around the hotel to observe nearby places in Thimphu. Afterward, you can have dinner in the accommodation place and rest. Spend overnight in Thimphu.

      Today as you wake up, refresh and have breakfast. After breakfast, wait in the hotel lobby until a representative will come to pick you up. Upon meeting settle in a private vehicle and go for a sightseeing tour of Thimphu city. Some of the popular destinations in Thimphu are the Buddha Dordenma, Dochula Pass, Tashichho Dzong, and Thimphu Chorten.

      Your tour will be initiated with a visit to one of these popular attractions of Thimphu. The Buddha Dordenma is a gigantic statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. Similarly, there are other hundred thousand small Buddha statues located on the premise which provides wonderful photographs.

      Another popular destination in Thimphu is the Dochula Pass. The Dochula Pass is a viewpoint that showcases a beautiful view of the mountain range upfront. Similarly, 108 chortens line in the Dochula Pass.

      Likewise, the Tashichho Dzong is a Bhutanese government building that houses a main courtyard, a fascinating temple, and a meditation cave. The cave is reached however with a short uphill hike. Lunch can be done along the way to these best places in Thimphu according to the time and suitability.

      Lastly, visit the Thimphu Chorten which is a memorial site surrounded by prayer wheels. The Chorten is also a memoir of the third king of Bhutan which was built by his mother. Upon reaching the chorten you can meditate or pray in the suitable area.

      As the sightseeing tour of Thimphu comes to an end, return to the hotel for a stay. You can have dinner in Thimphu at the place of interest or simply at the hotel. After dinner, settle in and spend overnight in Thimphu.

        Today as you wake up early and refresh, a delicious breakfast will be waiting for you. You will then continue on a road trip to Wangdue Phodrang which is about one to two hours’ drive depending upon the traffic condition. Continuing the journey through Thimphu to Wangdeu on a well-maintained road you can see various prominent places of Thimphu. You will cross Changbangdu, Yusipang, Dochula, Mendrelgang, and Lobesa-Metsina to finally reach Wangdue Phodrang.

        Upon reaching Wangdue visit the center of attraction of the town which is known as the Wangdeu Phodrang Dzong. The Dzong is a Buddhist temple that was built by Zhabdrung which lies between Punak Tsang Chuu and Dang Chuu. The wangdue Phodrang Dzong is also the site of Bhutan’s second capital where the Puna Tsang Chuu River lies. Visitors can also see the Wangdeu Cremation ground near the Dzong.

        As the sightseeing tour of Wangdue completes, settle in an accommodation place and have dinner. After dinner, rest and stay overnight in Wangdue Phodrang.

          Today as you wake up in the beautiful city of Wangdeu, you will have breakfast. After breakfast, you will continue on a road trip towards Gangtey Valley. The road trip to Gangtey will take about one hour forty-five minutes to two hours depending upon the traffic condition. On the way to Gangtey Valley, you will come across Wachey Lakhang and Wakha Lhakhang which both are Buddhist temples. Driving across the Lhakhang you will reach Manikyangsa, Nubding, and Dungdungneysa to reach Gangtey Valley.

          Upon reaching Gangtey Valley visit the famous Gangtey Monastery which is also known as Gangtey Gompa. The monastery is well renowned for the Nyingmapa school of Tibetan Buddhism. You can also see black-necked cranes during the winter season in and around the Gompa while returning to Tibet.

          After the sightseeing tour in Gangtey Valley, settle in an accommodation place and have dinner. After dinner, rest and sleep. Spend overnight in Gangtey Valley.

            Today as you wake up in Gangtey Valley a lovely breakfast will be waiting for you at the hotel. After breakfast, you will take a private vehicle along with the representative of Trekking Planner Nepal Pvt. Ltd towards Paro. The drive will take about four and a half to five hours depending upon the traffic condition.

            Along the route, you will come across Chimi Lhakhang through Wangdeu Phodang. Chimi Lhakhang is a Buddhist monastery in the Punakha district of Bhutan. The monastery is located on a round hillock and is believed to have been built by Drukpa Kagya lama Ngawang Chogyal. The chimi Lhakhang is also known as the Fertility temple where many childless couples visit to receive blessings from the lama for childbirth.

            After the visit to Lhakhang, head onto the road towards Paro. You can have lunch at any suitable place of interest along the route. Once lunch is done, continue towards Paro. After chimi Lhakhang you will pass through Dochula, Babesa, Langdru, and Chokha to finally reach Paro.

            Upon reaching Paro settle in an accommodation place, and rest until dinner is served. If time favors stroll around the city of Paro and explore. After dinner return to your room and stay overnight in Paro.

              After waking up in Paro refresh and order your breakfast. As breakfast is finished prepare yourself to explore the top attractions of Paro. Today you will also hike to Paro Taktsang so dress accordingly. The hike to Paro Taktsang will take about three to three and a half hours depending upon the pace.

              Upon reaching Paro Taktsang explore the place in and around. Paro Taktsang is the cultural icon of Bhutan and it is also known as Tiger Nest Monastery where Guru Rinpoche meditated while traveling on a Tigress back.  The Paro Taktsang is located on a sacred cliff side which is decorated by temples, arts, and many meditation caves. The Taktsang consists of four main temples with eight meditation caves out of which four are comparatively easy to access.

               Similarly, other attractions of Paro are Rinpung Dzong, Paro River, the National Museum, Chele La Pass, and many more. Out of all these attractions if time favors you can visit the places depending upon the location, interest, and the guide. After a memorable day in Paro, settle in an accommodation place and have dinner. As dinner is completed, you will go to the room and rest further. Stay overnight in Paro.

                Today is your last day in 7 days on the Bhutan tour. As you wake up according to the scheduled flight time have breakfast or have a packed breakfast at Paro Hotel. If the time for the flight is later in the afternoon or the evening, you can stroll around the streets of Paro. You can buy items as souvenirs for your loved ones. Similarly, according to the scheduled time, leave for the airport in a private vehicle. You will need to arrive at the airport at least before two hours. As you arrive at the airport, bid farewell to the representative and head on to the terminal. Best wishes for future endeavors.

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