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Mysterious Bhutan Tour covers all the major sights of this land of the thunder dragon and allows you to explore the stunning natural beauty, lush valleys, small settlements and experience culture and tradition of the people. Your tour will be a breathtaking discovery of nature, culture and history.

BRIEF ITINERARY:-

DAY 1: Arrival at Guwahati, India – Transfer to Samdrup Jongkhar, Bhutan
DAY 2: Samdrup Jongkhar – Trashigang
DAY 3: Trashigang – Excursion to Trashi Yangtse and back
DAY 4: Trashigang - Lhuentse
DAY 5: Lhuentse exploration – Transfer to Mongar
DAY 6: Lhuentse - Trashigang
DAY 7: Trashigang – Samdrup Jongkhar
DAY 8: DEPARTURE

 

 

 

ITINERARY DETAIL

 


DAY 1: Arrival at Guwahati, Assam – Transfer to Samdrup Jongkhar, Bhutan

Upon arrival at Guwahati International Airport, you will be picked up by your guide driver who will transfer you to Samdrup Jongkhar, Bhutan. The drive is about 110kms and takes about 3-4 hours depending on traffic.

Overnight at a hotel in Samdrup Jongkhar.

 

 

 

 

 



DAY 2: Samdrup Jongkhar – Trashigang

It is a long and tiring day of drive but is also one of the best stretches to drive on as you start driving up the Himalayan Foothills to the high mountain top and ride along the ridges with beautiful scenery of mountains.

The total driving time for today will be about 8-9 hours

Overnight at a hotel in Trashigang.

 

 

 

 



DAY 3: Trashigang – Trashi Yangtse Excursion and back

After breakfast drive to Trashi Yangtse, which is about 70km from Trashigang. The road will take you through Gom Kora, a very sacred place where Guru Padmasambhava subdued the demons residing in that area, a small temple has been built in that place. Thereafter, you will cross a small river and then start climbing up the slopes of the mountain, that slope doesn’t have many trees giving you excellent view during the drive. Once there, go visit Chorten Kora which is just below the township. The stupa resembles Boudanath Stupa in Kathmandu and is actually a copy of the stupa in Kathmandu.

Go towards Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary. At the bridge there is a small check post from where you will have to get a permit to visit the park. Bumdeling is the other valley where Black Necked Cranes stay during winter to escape the harsh Tibetan weather.

You can visit the park office if you want any information, if not, you can walk around the valley and visit the villages there.

Drive back to Tashi Yangtse town and have lunch, then before driving back to Trashigang go and visit the School of 13 Arts and Crafts, that’s another branch of the school in Thimphu. Drive back to Trashigang after that, if you’d like then you can go up to Tsenkharla from the road diversion at Zangpozor, which is about 7-10 km before reaching the bridge near Gom Kora. Tsenkharla is on top of the hill and almost plateau like. You can see Arunachal Pradesh from here.

Overnight at a hotel in Trashigang.

 

 

 

 



DAY 4: Trashigang – Mongar

Post breakfast, start driving towards Mongar. It’s a beautiful drive near the banks of the river for the first half and then you start climbing up to Korila pass and cross over to Mongar where you can have lunch before continuing your drive towards Lhuentse. Lhuentse is not visited by tourists much but is a beautiful place and the drive is even more enjoyable than Trashigang-Mongar part, and is notably famed for its weavers and special textiles and fabrics. The Kurtoe region of Lhuentshe is also the heartland of the Royal Dynasty.

Overnight at a hotel/ Guest house in Lhuentse

 

 

 

 



DAY 5: Lhuentse excursion – Transfer to Mongar

Post breakfast, visit Lhuentshe Dzong: The Dzong was founded by Lam Ngagi Wangchuk when he built a temple in the place the dzong stands today, it was, however, Trongsa Penlop, Chogyal Minjur Tempa who built a formal Dzong in 1654 after winning a battle against the Chokhor Deb of Bumthang and also to consolidate the Drukpa power hold in the East.

After that, drive to Khoma Village. This village is known as the textile center of Bhutan and is famous for the silk textiles the women weave. One of the most sought after designs, the Kishuthara intricate and each Kira takes about 6months to 1year to complete.

Then come back and visit Guru Nangsi Zilnoen Statue: The statue of Guru Padmasambhava is located in Takila, overlooking the river valleys below; It was originally supposed to be 148ft but later changed to its current height of 173ft, and is one of the biggest of Guru and was built to bring peace and prosperity and to benefit all the sentient beings in the world. Due to environmental constraints machines were not used in the construction of this statue.

Have lunch in town and then drive to Mongar to spend the night

Overnight at a hotel in Mongar

 

 

 

 



DAY 6: Mongar – Trashigang

Post breakfast you will drive towards Trashigang and there you will be visiting various places like Tashigang Dzong Tashigang is located in the Far East corner of the country. Tashigang town, on the hillside above the Gamri Chu river, was once the center for a thriving trade with neighboring Tibet in the north. It is the junction of the east-west highway, one of the major arteries of the country, with road connections to Samdrup Jongkhar and then into the northeastern Indian state of Assam. The town is also the primary marketplace for the seminomadic people of Merak and Sakteng, who are known for their attractive costumes and their way of dressing up beautifully.

Overnight at a hotel in Trashigang

 

 

 

 



DAY 7: Trashigang – Samdrup Jongkhar

Post a leisurely breakfast, take a stroll in town before driving towards Samdrup Jongkhar

Overnight at a hotel in Samdrup Jongkhar.

 

 

 

 



DAY 8: DEPARTURE

Our guide will help you complete the necessary check out procedures at the Bhutan-India gate for you to continue on with your trip.

 

 

 

 


 

 


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What our customers have to say

A great trip, thank you. Also appreciated Bishnu, our driver.

GINETTE CLAUDINE HENGESCH

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You have wonderful guides. They are well educated, highly informed problem solver, historian and good communication skills. They showed us presentation from normal programme with different topics. They let us discuss interests – photography and arrange programme accordingly. They always showed positive energy and passion to us. They never argued, instead suggested. We are very happy. My husband was very happy with them as he describe him as professional guide. Thank you so much.

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Thanks to you and our very nice and patient guide, we had an amazing experience. He was very patient with our questions about Bhutan and very gentlemanly during the entire journey. We appreciate it very much

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