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Bhutan 5 Nights with HAA

Bhutan Tour With HAA – 5 Nights/6 days

Day 1 : Arrive into Bhutan. Check in at hotel and after lunch visit the Rinpung Dzong(Fortress) and the Ta Dzong(museum). And if time permits visit the oldest temple in Bhutan the Kitchu Lhakhang. Night halt in Paro

Day 2 : Paro : Hike to Tigers Nest Monastery, a world heritage site and very sacred in Bhutan and if time permits then visit the Victory Fortress(Drugyel Dzong) a site where the war between Tibet and Bhutan was found. From this fortress, one can see the Jumolhari Peak, also known as the Mountain Goddess. Night halt in Paro. (Metta Resort & Spa)

Day 3: Paro to Haa: After early breakfast drive to the HAA Valley. The Haa Valley is the one of the Districts recently opened for Tourist visit. En Route enjoy a moment at Chelela Pass, which is the highest motor able road in Bhutan, and on a clear day you can see the Himalayan range of Mountains with the Jumolhari and Jichu Drake Peaks. Check in Local Hotel or Guest House and after lunch visit the “White Temple” and the “Black temple( Lhakhang Karpo and Nagpo). Evening stroll the tiny Haa town. Night halt in Haa.

Day 4: Haa to Thimphu:After an early breakfast drive to Thimphu.visit the Memorial Chorten(Stupa) and the Buddha point where the tallest sitting Buddha in the world has been built. Night halt in Thimphu.

Day  5: Thimphu Sight Seeing: After breakfast visit the National Animal of Bhutan “The Takin Zoo.” Takin is unique to Bhutan as it has the head of a goat and a body of a cow and is revered as a holy symbol in Bhutan. Visit the Thimphu Tashichhodzong Dzong (Fortress) which houses the “Kings Throne Room” Evening visit the Crafts Bazaar. Night Halt in Thimphu

Day 6: Depart Bhutan.

NOTE: It is not mandatory that you only do the visit to the above-mentioned sites. Wherever time permits and Guests willing you can visit other sites too, and watch local archery matches, visit local shops and handicrafts shops etc BUT night halts cannot be changed as all hotels are pre booked and if change does take place then new hotel booking charges will be have to be borne by Guests.