Eastern bhutan cultural tour

  • Explore the Western Valleys:

    • Venture into the captivating valleys of Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, and Phobjikha.
    • Embark on a hike to the mesmerizing Paro Taktsang Gonpa, nestled atop a mountain cliff, 900 meters above the valley. This revered site is Bhutan’s iconic symbol.
    • Visit the exquisite Thimphu Tashichoedzong, an architectural masterpiece.
    • Capture the awe-inspiring sight of the colossal Buddha Dordenma Statue, which overlooks the Thimphu valley.
    • Immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance of the National Memorial Chorten, where people from all walks of life come to circumambulate the monument.
    • Experience the wonder of Dochula Pass, situated at 3,100 meters, where 108 memorial stupas called “Druk Wangyal Chortens” form a magnificent ensemble. Delight in the breathtaking panoramic view of the snow-covered Himalayas.
    • Marvel at the golden panorama of Punakha valley from the Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten.
    • Feast your eyes on the intricate carvings, sculptures, and architecture of Punakha Dzong.

    Delve into the Central Valleys:

    • Discover the beauty and spiritual heartland of Bhutan in Bumthang Valley, often referred to as the “Switzerland of the East.” It is home to revered Buddhist teachers.
    • Unearth the fascinating tales and legends surrounding the ancient constructions of Jambay Lhakhang and Tamzhing Lhakhang.
    • Gain insights into the significance of Kurje Lhakhang.

    Explore the Remote Eastern Villages:

    • Unwind at a yak herder’s camp while savoring hot butter tea.
    • Experience the warm hospitality of the people in the East.
    • Test your culinary skills with organic cooking, using a selection of your favorite organic foods.
    • Indulge in the pure freshness of the air surrounding you every day.
    • Engage in traditional weaving with the Bura community.
    • Discover the intriguing stories connected to Chorten Kora.
    • Immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere of nomadic lifestyles in Merak.
    • Take a detour to Dramtse Gompa, one of the most significant monasteries in eastern Bhutan. It is the birthplace of the renowned Naga Chham (Drums of Dramtse), a mask dance accompanied by drums. This vibrant dance is a prominent feature in many festivals and has been recognized as part of UNESCO’s list of oral and intangible heritage.

$ 3710

Package cost : 

USD 3710 per Person basis on double sharing basis 

Single Room Supplement: 

USD 40 per Person and per Night 

  • A Sustainable Tourism Royalty (SDF) to the Royal Government of Bhutan which goes towards the economic developmental works such as in the education, helath, road sectors, etc.,

    • Bhutan Visa

    • Accommodations  in 3-star property

    • All Meals (Breakfast- Lunch & Dinner)

    • Internal Transportation (excluding Internal Flights)

    • A licensed Bhutanese Tour guide for the extend of your stay

    • Entry Fees to Monuments

    • Bottled water while traveling

    Complementary from the company

    • Traditional Hot Stone Bath

      • Airfare (can be arranged with us)

      • Travel Insurance

      • Any Expenses of Personal Nature

      • Tips for the guide and driver