Bhutan is an unexplored territory for the adventurous and this adventure package brings you highlights of the Bhutanese outdoors. during western Bhutan Adventure , you will raft on sparkling mountain rivers of Phochu (male) River. The rafting trip begins in Punakha with a two hours hike through pine forests to the spot where you will begin your trip down river. You will more leisurely bicycle through the landscape on selected routes. Your adventure tour includes a five-day trek from Paro to Thimphu, and you will hike through changing landscapes as you discover the pristine wilderness of this Himalayan kingdom.
Bhutan’s architecture is the best remaining example of an ancient living architecture – from the mighty ancient fortresses to the humble farm house – the stunning and strategic locations of the grand fortresses housing both monks and civil administrations.
We created a variety of cultural itineraries to enable you to explore and understand the culture of Bhutan. we provide you local expert guide who are very experienced and fluent in English.
Best time to visit Bhutan is in Autumn and Spring. but there are travelers all around the year. Your can travel easily Paro, Thimpu and Punakha year around.
We arrange Bhutan visa in advance, which you need to carry the printed copy to fly to Bhutan. Actual visa stamp will be done at Paro airport. visa processing is one week time. so you need to plan Bhutan tour all in advance.
Flying to Bhutan is very easy from Kathmandu, Delhi, Singapore, Bangkok and Dhaka. small plane flies to Bhutan so very limited seats and overbooked so please let us know in advance to get confirmed seats.
there are many festival going all around the year throughout the nation. All festivals are based on Lunar calendar. for fixed dated of each and every festival please contact us. during festivals everything is very busy so please let us organize all well a head before it gets sold out western Bhutan Adventure.
Takstang Monastery, National Museum, Paro Dzong and Rinpung Dzong.
Chele La pass.
The School of Arts and Crafts, Textile Museum, the Heritage Museum,
Changgangkha Lhakhang (temple), National Library, Traditional Hospital and traditional paper factory, Tashichho Dzong, seat of Bhutan’s administrative and religious center.
Cheri Gompa Monastery.
Dhochu La pass
Punakha Dzong, The Fertility Temple and Wangdue Phodrang
During the flight, on a clear day, you can see breathtaking views of the Himalaya Mountains , including the sacred Jumolhari and Jichu Drake peaks in Bhutan . On arrival you will be greeted by our representative and transferred to your hotel. In the evening you can stroll through the Paro market and town. Overnight in Paro.
Paro-Jele Dzong (8 km, 3 hours) Trek Starts
Today is a short trekking day. The day starts with a short climb to Jele Dzong. The trek trail is rather gradual up till the camp and if the weather is clear the Paro valley can be seen with snow-capped mountains behind. Above the camp is Jele La Dzong (3,400m) and Jele Dzong is mostly in ruins and there is a Lhakhang with the statute of Buddha Sakyamuni. Overnight camp.
Jele Dzong- Jangchulakha (10 km, 4 hours)
Begin with an hour and half climb and then ascend gradually up. The trail takes you through thick alpine forests and rhododendrons. You may see yak herders around your campsite. There are fascinating views of Jhomolhari and other snow capped mountains and you can also hear some monal peasants during the day.
Jangchulakha-Jimilangtsho (11 km, 4 hours)
The trail follows the ridge and on a clear day the views of the mountains and valleys are sensational. Camp is close to the lakes of Jimilangtsho. These lakes are famous for their giant sized trouts. Also there are great views of 6,989 m Jichu Drake, the peak representing the protective deity of Paro. Overnight camp.
Jimilamgtsho-Simtokha (11 km, 4 hours)
The trail takes you through dwarf rhododendron trees and bypasses the lake of Janetsho . Today you may come across some yak herder’s camp and get an idea how these people live. Camp is close to Simkota Lake . Overnight camp.
Simkota-Phajodhing-Thimphu (15 km, 7 hours) Trek Ends
Today you begin with gradual climb and if the weather permits, you will enjoy majestic view of Mount Gangkar Puensum, and also the other peaks. The trail slowly descends through junipers trees to Phajodhing and descends down hill through a forested area of mostly blue pine till you reach Thimphu . Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.
Thimphu- Punakha (Ride back from Dochula Pass till Punakha)
Morning sightseeing in Thimphu and afternoon drive to Punakha valley. The drive from Thimphu crosses 3,100 m Dochula pass that heralds the most enchanting views of Bhutan . In Punakha, visit the Dzong situated at the junction of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers. Built in 17 th century by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, this Dzong has played important role in Bhutan ‘s history. Overnight at the hotel in Punakha.
Punakha (Rafting at Phochu River)
After break fast hike to Put-in for 2 hours and start rafting down the river. You will have lunch near the Chorten. Then start rafting down till you end below the majestic Punakha Dzong. Evening you can bike in and around Punakha and Wangdi area. Overnight hotel in Punakha.
Punakha- Paro (Ride Bike from Dochula to Thimphu)
Drive back to Paro via Thimphu . You will have lunch in Thimphu . If the day falls on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you can visit the Vegetable Market. Drive to Paro and overnight hotel in Paro