4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour package lets you explore the landscapes and cultures of major places in Bhutan. Bhutan is the last Himalayan Kingdom, rich in nature and culture. Located in the eastern region of Himalaya, most of the northern region of Bhutan is covered by high snow-capped mountains. Below the mountains, alpine and subtropical forests, valleys, and rivers make up the geography of the country. The jungles of Bhutan showcase diverse ecosystems with some endangered flora and fauna. The ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ is a Himalayan wonderland. What really makes Bhutan stand out, though, is its culture, lifestyle, and tradition.
Most of the Bhutanese people practice Mahayana Buddhism and the philosophy of Buddhism is deeply embedded in Bhutanese society. Most of the people faithfully follow their cultural and traditional values and conserve them well. Unlike in most places, Bhutanese people believe in spiritual happiness rather than relying on the material things for their happiness. Wherever you go, you will find the heritage of cultural and religious significance such as monasteries, dzongs, stupas, chortens, etc. The traditional arts and the prayer flags make the streets vibrant. It is normal to see people with their traditional dresses Gho and Kira. Monasteries and dzongs are also used for administrative and academic purposes. The whole system of Bhutan depends on its culture and tradition. 4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour is a great way to get a close exposure of the interesting culture and tradition of Bhutan.
This Bhutan Trip will take you to Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. It is the home of prominent heritage sites such as Memorial Chorten which was built in the memory of King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck and Tashichho Dzong. There are local markets where you can buy local handicrafts such as paintings, bamboo products, etc. Thimphu offers many of the wonderful things to experience. The next destination of your Bhutan trip is Punakha. Here, you will visit many places such as Punakha Dzong, suspension bridges. Local markets of Wangdue Phodrang are places you can explore for handcrafts. Along the way, the road offers you wonderful views of the landscapes. Dochula Pass is one of the best viewpoints on the way. The trek to Tiger’s Nest Monastery outside of Paro is another way to experience the outdoor landscape of Bhutan. The monasteries of dzongs will give you the deeper insight into Bhutanese culture.
4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour is hence an amazing way to experience the beauty of this Himalayan country. Bhutan is guaranteed to give you the perfect spiritual and natural retreat from your everyday life. The authenticity of Bhutanese culture, lifestyle and food will win your heart at every moment. We do our best to make sure the cost of Bhutan Trip is worth it.
Amazing Himalayan Views
Visiting Bhutan gives you an opportunity to be surrounded by awesome natural views the entire time. Green fields, forests, traditional houses, rivers and views of mountains are common things to see. If you take a flight from Kathmandu to Bhutan, you get to see various snow-peaked mountains, including Mt. Everest. This Himalayan country has managed to preserve its unique architecture which blends perfectly with nature. The overall landscape that combines Bhutanese art, prayer flags, serene beauty of nature and people dressed in traditional Gho and Kira is bound to leave anyone mesmerized.
Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan and home to the many religious heritage sites. Visiting Thimphu and exploring dzongs and monasteries and streets gives you a deeper insight into the culture and lifestyle of Bhutan. Tashichho Dzong, 350 years-old fortress-monastery, is a landmark of Thimphu. It is the office of the present King and administrative center of Bhutan. This dzong showcases brilliant Bhutanese architecture. Apart from that, Thimphu is home to Memorial Chorten which was built in the memory of the third King of Bhutan. Simtokha Dzong is yet another beautiful fortress in Thimphu, famous for slate carvings and frescoes. The National Folk Museum, The National Textile Museum displays the traditional Bhutanese way of life, textiles, and clothing. You will get to know in detail about this country by exploring Thimphu. About 5 kilometers from Thimphu, there’s Simtokha Dzong, the oldest dzongs, which are now used as a school for religious and linguistic studies.
At the height of 3080 meters lies Dochula Pass, an excellent viewpoint to witness Punakha Valley and the peaks of Masagang (7,158m), Tsendagang (6,960m), Terigang (7,060m), Jejegangphugang (7,158 m), Kangphugang (7,170 m), Zongphugang (7, 060 m) including Gangkar Puensum (7,570 m), the highest peak in Bhutan and also the highest unclimbed peak. 108 Chortens built on the memory of Bhutanese soldiers by Queen Mother is another outstanding place to visit in Dochula Pass. This is also the first Royal Botanical Park in Bhutan.
One of the most beautiful places in Bhutan is Punakha Dzong, built on the confluence of Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu Rivers. It is the center of administrative and monastic activities in the Punakha district. Punakha Dzong is full of historical artifacts, including the remains of Ngawang Namgyal. This beautiful dzong is one of the oldest and biggest dzongs and is full of arts and crafts related to Tibetan Buddhism.
Another historical place to visit near Punakha is Wangdue Phodrang. It was built as a fortress to avoid incursion from the South. Today it is famous for the local market where you can buy several handicrafts, paintings, statues, other souvenirs.
Paro is one of the most popular stops in Bhutan. There lies the National Museum of Bhutan also known as Ta-Dzong. Rinpung Dzong is the monastic and administrative center of the Paro district. Ruins of Drukgyel Dzong holds lots of archaeological importance and lies in an outstandingly beautiful location. Like to other cultural sites in Bhutan, Tiger’s Nest Monastery also known as Paro Taktsang has its own legend. It is believed that Guru Padmasambhava visited the cliff (where the monastery is currently located) on the back of a tigress. He came from Tibet to Bhutan introducing Buddhism for the first time in Bhutan. It is also one of the most famous landmarks in Bhutan full of arts and crafts related to Tibetan Buddhism. Hiking for several hours takes you to the top of a cliff which is also a perfect viewpoint. One can also ride a horse to get up to the cafe, but you have to go on foot after that point.
People and Culture
Bhutanese people are known for practicing their traditions in their day-to-day lives. They are some of the happiest people in the world. Many of them do not measure their happiness according to worldly possessions and industrial development, but rather on their spirituality and inner beauty. You can see men dressed in striped Ghos and women dressed in brightly colored Kiras. Even children gather at the local temples before schools for prayers. You can also see monks dressed in red robes. During festivals, you can witness unique music and dances performed in elaborate dresses with masks, hats, and drums.