Bhutan Travel in the Spring
This is a special tour for those who want to understand the diversity of Bhutan in the spring! Where most people go half way across the country only to Bumthang, your Bhutan touring adventure will start from Paro in the west, all the way across the country to Mongar and Trashigang in the east. Along the way, you can stay in small hotels, visit monasteries and holy sites, spend time in local hospitals, visit schools and libraries, explore markets, and meet with the artisans and local people. You end this journey by driving out into India and flying on to Delhi from Guwahati.
This spring, you will be in Bhutan for the exotic Gomphukora Festival in Trashigang.
Trip Dates & Pricing
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Land Cost: Starting At $6125 per person*
*Based on 4-6 People (excluding international air)
Experience & Explore
- Day 1
Arrive Paro. Visit Dzong, Drukyel Dzong, and town.
- Day 2
Visit Tiger’s Nest and Kyichu.
- Day 3
Drive Thimphu and visit Memorial Chorten, Textile Museum, paper factory, Tashicho Dzong, and the Zilhukha Nunnery.
- Day 4
Visit Chari Gompa, the village School for Arts and Crafts. Overnight Thimphu.
- Day 5
Drive to Punakha. Optional climb to Lungchuzeykha Temple for picnic. Late afternoon visit to Chimi Lhakang.
- Day 6
Hike to Kamsum-Yueling. Cooking lesson. Explore Punkha Dzong and area.
- Day 7
Drive to Bumthang Valley and overnight in Jakar.
- Day 8
Sightseeing to Jambay Lhakhang, Kurjey Lhakhang, walk to Tamshing Langrub Chholing.
- Day 9
Visit the Tang Valley.
- Day 10
Drive to Mongar, stopping along the way in Ura, for lunch, touring, and walks.
- Day 11
AM in Mongar to sightsee. PM drive to Trashigang.
- Day 12
Drive through Ranjung to Radhi for textiles.
- Day 13
Attend Gomphukora Festival.
- Day 14
Drive Samdrup Jongkar. Farewell dinner.
- Day 15
Early drive to Guwahati and connect to Delhi for evening flight home.
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