Complete Bhutan Tour: These package tour starts from Paro, Western Bhutan and end in Samdrupjongkhar South-eastern Bhutan in just 15 days. Your might have lots of adventures trip on this earth but these trip will be really unique for you. You wouldn’t want to miss it if you have had your fill of cruises or vacations in places like Miami or the Caribbean Islands. Step into a world of different lifestyles and cultures. The tour includes starts with Taktsang hike then travels through Thimphu, the only capital city without traffic lights in the world, Punakha, Wangdue, Trongsa, the beautiful valleys of Bumthang and the rarely visited eastern Bhutan. Bhutan has become one of the most exotic destinations for many international tourists. Bhutan require that travel to Bhutan only on pre-paid, pre-planned tour itineraries book through a local travel operative in the country like Alpine Bhutan Travel. Tour and trekking in Bhutan is possible all the year round excepting in the months of July and August when it is little wet for tour. Every tourist has a lot to expect as each minute is thrilling to explore a kingdom with very unique and precious tradition, culture, religion and natural environment which Bhutanese people still strives to protect in the face of modernity. Bhutan is very concerned about the negative impact of uncontrolled mass tourism on the local people, the local society, the local traditions and the local environment as is evident in many regional countries. Spring (months of March, April and May) and Autumn (months of September, October and November) are the best seasons for travel to Bhutan as there are couple of festivals in different places in these months. Bhutan follows a strict tourism policy of Low Volume, High Value, with a set daily tax to be paid by the tourists. Spring season is warmer with flowers flowering around, while Autumn while little colder in mornings and evenings, days are warmer with clear blue sky for great landscape. This tourism policy may not truly sound like music to the ears of budget travelers and backpackers, however, it helps to keep out the ills of mass tourism while optimizing the inflow of tourist dollars.
Day 01:- Arrival at Paro (Altitude 2280m): The flight to Paro crosses the Himalayan Mountains, affording spectacular views of the awesome peaks, including the sacred Jomolhari and Jichu Drake peaks in Bhutan.
Day 02:- Excursion to Taktshang Monastery: A very special day, with an excursion to view the spectacular Taktshang monastery.
Day 03:- Paro to Thimphu Distance 55 Km. Driving 1.5 Hours.(Thimphu Altitude 2320m.) Drive one and half hours to the capital town Thimphu, in the morning.
Day 04:- Thimphu day hike to Tango and Cheri monasteries: We will drive 12km north of Thimphu to hike to Tango and Cheri monasteries.
Day 05:- Thimphu Punakha/Wangdue Distance 95 Km. Driving 3 Hours.(Punakha Altitude 4200ft/1280m) Wangdue 1 hour drive alt 1350m. Drive early to Punakha, the ancient capital of Bhutan across Dochu-La Pass at 3050m.
Day 06:- Punakha Trongsa Distance 129 KM.Driving 6 Hours. Altitude 2200m. Drive to Trongsa (129km/ 4hours). On the way drive to Phobjikha valley which is surely one of the loveliest high altitude valleys in Bhutan.
Day 07:- Trongsa Bumthang Distance - 68KM. Driving 3 Hours. Altitude 2600m. In the morning visit Trongsa Dzong and the Watch tower (now a museum).
Day 08:- Bumthang Sightseeing. Morning visit to Jampa Lhakhang (another of the 108 temples built by King Songtsen Gampo), Kurjey Lhakhang.
Day 09:- Bumthang Sightseeing: will take a drive through Tang Valley to have a short hike to Ugyencholling Palace.
Day 10:- Bumthang Mongar Distance 193KM. Driving 7 Hours. Altitude After breakfast drive across pine forests leaving behind the Bumthang valley.
Day 11:- Mongar Trashigang Distance 90KM. Driving 3.5 Hours. Altitude 1151m. In morning, visit Yalang Lhakhang, Wenkhar (community farming center), and a typical local farmhouse where wine is brewed from corn and maize.
Day 12:- Trashigang (Excursion to Trashi Yangtse) Distance 51KM. Driving 2 Hours. Altitude 1800m. Drive to Trashi Yangtse.
Day 13:- Trashigang - Samdrup Jongkhar Distance 180KM. Driving 6 Hours. Picnic lunch is provided. Begin a breathtaking drive unlike any other you've experienced through eastern villages and satellite towns, alongside sheer drops and scenic views.
Day 14:- Samdrupjongkhar to Guwahati: Distance 110KM.Driving 3 Hours. After breakfast, Our Indian Counterpart will take you through the plains of Assam towards Guwahati and the entire drive is in the plains.
Day 15:- Transfer in Par airport fly back to home country or travel to different countries.