- Join a guided tour of the bustling town of Thimpu
- Take a tour of Punakha, the winter residence of the monk body
- Enjoy an excursion to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery
- Discover Paro on a guided tour
- Accommodation Throughout
- International Flights
Bhutan, known locally as Druk-Yul, is the world’s last Shangri-La. Breathtaking views, colourful dancers, rich cultural heritage, imposing fortresses and ancient monasteries perched in improbable locations are the enduring images that seemingly come to life as you travel through this wonderland.
Visit Bhutan in February, March, October or November and experience one of its fascinating festivals. Gather with the locals to watch the colourful Bhutanese folk, religious and mask dances known as ‘Chaam’, a truly unforgettable experience. For these months early booking is recommended.
An understated philosophy of quiet comfort in an inspiring, culture-rich location awaits at stylish Uma Paro. Guest rooms created by Bhutanese artisans offer a fusion of clean-lined modernism with indigenous detailing and stunning views of the Paro Valley.
Day 1 Fly from London
Day 2 Delhi
Day 3 Fly to Paro and transfer to Thimpu
Day 4 Drive to Punakha
Day 5 Punakha
Day 6 Drive to Paro
Day 7 Tigers Nest Monastery
Day 8 Paro
Day 10 Fly home
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