Day 1: Arrival to Siliguri
After your arrival on the Siliguri, you will be met by our representative who will transfer you to the hotel.
Day 2: Siliguri To Phuentsholing
After breakfast, proceed to Phuentsholing. After a drive of along road lined With lush green tea Garden you will reach Phuentsholling, the gateway to Bhutan, Overnight at Hotel at Phuentsholling.
Day 3: Phuentsholling to Paro
After breakfast, you will be taking a transfer to Paro. visiting Simtokha Dzong en route. This Dzong, built in 1627 is the oldest in Bhutan. The valley of Paro contains a wealth of attractions. In the morning, visit Ta Dzong. Once a watchtower, built to defend Rinpung Dzong during inter-valley wars of the 17th century, Ta Dzong was inaugurated as Bhutan’s’ National Museum in 1968. Arrive Paro and check into the hotel. Afterwards, walk down a hillside trail to visit Rinpung Dzong, which has a long and fascinating history. Overnight at the hotel in Paro.
Day 4: Paro to Tiger Nest to Paro
After breakfast, you will be taking a transfer to Tiger Nest. The grand finale to your tour of Bhutan is a climb up to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Takstang Monastery). This monastery is one of Bhutan’s icons and a visit to Bhutan would not be complete without seeing this with your own eyes.The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is a small collection of buildings precariously perched on a cliff, 900 meters off of the ground. The only way to get to the Tiger’s Nest is by hiking.It’s an extraordinary experience and many people’s favorite activity during a visit to Bhutan.
Day 5: Paro to Haa to Thimphu
From Paro, you will start cycling uphill to the Chele La pass, which is the highest point on the Dantak highway. After crossing Chele La Pass, you will head to Haa Valley, which borders Tibet and was closed to tourists until recently. The route passes lush dense forests, which will leave you speechless! If your tour has an April departure, you'll get to see incredibly beautiful rhododendron forests in bloom, while during the October departure you'll see the gorgeous autumn colours of the Himalayas.Don't be intimidated by the number of kilometres you will be covering during our ride today. While it may seem like an extremely tough ride with massive elevation gains, the ride begins by going downhill. You will start this gorgeous ride at the hotel and go down to Haa town, after which the route goes up and down all the way to the confluence. The final 12 kilometres to the confluence is a downhill path and after the confluence, the ride to Thimphu is a mild uphill.This ride is arguably the most beautiful ride of the expedition, as it runs along the Haa River and through a lush green forest area. Quaint villages, monasteries, spectacular vistas, and wonderful people greet you along this ride.
Day 6: Thimphu to Punakha to Gangtey
After break fast drive over Dochu-la pass (10,130ft) to Punakha. Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan until 1955, when the seat of government moved to Thimphu. Originally situated on the riverbank and dominated by the towering walls of Punakha Dzong, Although four catastrophic fires and an earthquake in past time destroyed many historic documents, Punukha Dzong still houses many scared and historic artifacts and also the embalmed body of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. On the way to Gangtey you find the dense forests. Spend the evening walking around Gangtey village and Gangtey Gompa. Overnight stay at Guest house.
Day 7: Gangtey to Bumthang
After breakfast, leave for Gangtey to Bumthang, In Bumthang visiting Tamshing Lhakhang. The sightseeing of Bumthang includes visit to the Chumey, Ura, Choekhor and the Tang valleys. Post lunch, go to Kurje Lhakhang and the shop around the markets in evening. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 8: Bumthang Local sightseeing
Begin the day by visiting Tamshing Lhakhang. The sightseeing of Bumthang includes visit to the Chumey, Ura, Choekhor and the Tang valleys. Post lunch, go to Kurje Lhakhang and the shop around the markets in evening. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 9: Bumthang to Mongar
Mongar (1,700m) is the headquarters of the district of the same name and is little more than a stopping place between Bumthang and Trashigang, A tourist guest house offers basic amenities, a good view encompassing a large area and a lovely garden. Monger is also the first town in the mountains that is situated on a hillside rather than a valley. Trashigang (1,150m) is the biggest urban center in the mountains, after Thimphu. The administrative and economic hub of Bhutan’s most populous region, Trashigang is known for its woodwork and weaving. Trashigang also has an impressive dzong, from which the town takes its name. Built on spur in 1656 – 1659, overlooking the Gamri River, 400m below, its name aptly translates as “fortress of the auspicious mountain”.
Day 10: Mongar to Trashigang
Drive to Trashigang (3 hrs) through leafy forests filled with ferns and over Kori-La Pass (2,450m) before descending through cornfields and banana groves to reach the famous road zigzag just below Yadi. Trashigang is the main township of the largest district in the country. After lunch visit Trashigang Dzong. Overnight at your lodge in Trashigang.
Day 11: Trashigang to Guwahati
After breakfast, you will be taking a transfer to Guwahati.
Day 12: Guwahati Airport Drop
Transfer to Guwahati on time for your flight.