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Punakha Trail Trek - 12 Days

Trek Level:  Easy
Best Season: January to March and November to December

Bhutan is also known as the Dragon Kingdom. We will visit Thimphu valley, the capital of Bhutan. There is also a visit to Changankha Lakhang (the Handicraft Center) and the National Museum. The tour also includes visits to many monasteries and dzongs (fortresses), all having their own unique historical and cultural significance. Your senses will awake upon entering the impressive courtyard of the Punakha Dzong; " Palace of Great Happiness ". The Dzong lies between two rivers, the Pochu and Mochu, male and female rivers.
Here we can truly appreciate the essence of Bhutanese people and a preserved steadfast culture. Arrays of colorful brocades whirl through the air as the dancers spin and dance the "thunderbolt step". Masks of glorious demonic demons and animals arouse your senses as you watch the purification take place. If you have ever wanted to go to Bhutan this is as a good a deal you will ever find. Treat yourself to a deal


ITINERARY


Day 01: Arrive Paro
Day 2: In Paro: After breakfast drive to Drukgyel Dzong, although now in ruins, this Dzong is of historical importance. From here the peak of Mountain Jhomolhari "Mountain of Goddess" can be seen, on a clear day. On the way back, visit one of the holiest Lhakhang of Bhutan, the Kyichu, built in 7th century A.D. and it dates back to the time of Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo. Afternoon, visit Ta Dzong, round tower built in 1775 as watch tower and refuge fortress for the Rinpung Dzong. The National Museum was opened within its walls in 1967. A visit here is really made worthwhile by the carefully selected and exhibited collections of utensils, folk arts, weapons, thangkhas, statues and postage stamps. Later visit Rinpung Dzong, the renowned fortress which has a long and fascinating history. Overnight Paro Hotel
Day 03: Paro to Thimphu
Day 04: In Thimphu
Day 05: Trek start Thimphu to Shong Pang
Day 06: Shong Pang to Dopshing Pang
Day 07: Dopshing Pang to Chorten Ningpo
Day 08: Chorten Ningpo to Zomlingthang
Day 09: Zomlingthang to Limuka
Day 10: Trek End Limukha to Wangdiphodrang via Chungsakha
Day 11: Wangdiphodrang to Paro with Punakha day excursion
Day 13: Depart from Paro
Early breakfast at the hotel and then Drive to Paro International airport to fly your onward destination

Note: Designed itinerary is a sample itinerary intended to give you a general idea of trip to Bhutan. We can create an itinerary to suit as your needs and interest one you give your interest and travel timeframe.

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