12Days 11Nights Bumthang - Phubjika - Paro - Chelela HAA IXB

12D 11N Bumthang - Phubjika - Paro - Chelela - HAA IXB

Day 1: Pick up Bagdogra Airport, transfer Phuentsholing, Night stay at Jaygaon

Phuenstholing : The gateway of the land of thunder dragons, Phuentsholing is often regarded as the abode of kings and queens of the Himalayan Kingdom. Time moves at a slow pace here and the simplicity of the inhabitants complements the serenity of nature. At an altitude of only 300 meters, this commercial center in Bhutan lies adjacent to Indian town Jaigaon on the Himalayan foothills. There are a number of places to visit in Phuentsholing where you can catch a glimpse of the diversity of Bhutanese, Nepalese and Indian cultures.
The frontier town serving as the corridor to Sikkim, West Bengal and Assam is certainly worth a visit when you are exploring Bhutan. Here are the places to visit in Phuentsholing:

Day 2: Tranfer Thimphu, via Kharbandi Gumba & Natural water falls sight seeing night stay at Thimphu

THIMPHU: Sprawled over a valley in western central Bhutan, the capital city of Thimphu is famous for its numerous Buddhist sites, mountainous Himalayan landscape, rich culture, and pious locales. In Thimphu, you can explore blue alpine forests and peaceful lakes up to Jili Dzong via Druk Path Trek, admire cave murals at the 800-year old Changangkha Lhakhang Temple, and buy kukri knives and traditional garments at Weekend Handicrafts Market

Day 3: Thimphu Local sight seeing, over night stay at Paro

Day 4: Punakha & Dochula sight seeing, Transfer Paro over night stay at Paro

It is also fertile as the two rivers – Po Chhu and Mo Chhu converge here in the Punakha Valley making it an excellent terrain for rice cultivation. Located at a proximal distance from Thimphu around 72kms, Punakha can be reached within 3 hours. It is usually warmer in Punakha as compared to Thimphu or Paro, making it an ideal destination any time of the year.Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan until 1955 which was later given to Thimphu..

Day 5: Transfer Bumthang, via Trongsa Dzong Bird’s eye viewpoint, over Night stay at Bumthang


Home to four beautiful mountain valleys and an array of ancient monasteries and temples, Bumthang takes its place as the most historic of all districts in Bhutan. Considered to be the spiritual centre of the Himalayan Kingdom, Bumthang is a beautiful place to visit if one has a keen interest in religion, spirituality and history.

Directly translating to “Beautiful Field”, the region gets its name from JambayLhakhang. Spanning over 4500m it is known to be the religious heartland of the kingdom with several old monasteries and Buddhist temples.
Bumthang is one among the twenty districts (Dzongkhangs) comprising of four valleys of Ura, Chumey, Tang and Choekhor. Endowed with the most picturesque views of the Ura La Pass, rhododendron forests surround the valley at a slightly higher altitude

Day 6: Bumthang Local sight seeing& over Night stay

Day 7: Phubjika (Gangetey valley ) over Night stay at Phubjika

Phobjikha Valley (Gangtey)

Against the backdrop of western slopes of the Black Mountains in WangduePhodrang, lies the bowl-shaped Phobjikha valley that offers breathtaking views of vast expanses of green fields. It is home to the endangered black-necked crane that migrates to this area during winters. Phobjikha valley also called Gangtey, is one of the few glacial valleys in the Kingdom of Bhutan.

Bordering the JigmeSingyeWangchuck National Park, the valley is located at an altitude of 3000m above sea level, and hence comparatively cooler. It boasts being the winter home to black-necked cranes that fly from Tibet to escape the harsh winter and also one of the most prominent conservative sites of Bhutan. Relatively untouched by outsiders, the use of electricity in the valley began only a few years ago.

Day 8: Phubjika to Paro enjoying natural view on the way, over night stay at Paro


Paro is a small town situated in the Paro Valley of Bhutan. It is one of the most fertile as well as historic valley of Bhutan which is the widest in the Kingdom. It is home to 155 temples and monasteries dating back to the 14th century and also Bhutan’s sole international airport. The Paro Airport is the largest International Airport of Bhutan and has been one of the prime locations for numerous tourist visit. It is known to be the most challenging airport to land on.

Day 9: Paro Local sight seeing, over night stay at Paro

Day 10: Chelela Pass sight seeing & Haa Valley Sight seeing over Night stay at Paro

Chele La Pass

Bhutan, being a country with a mountainous landscape, is linked with a series of passes. Located at approximately 13,000 feet between the valley of Paro and Haa, Chele La Pass is the highest motorable road pass in Bhutan. The pass is famous for the stunning Himalayan views it offers, especially Mt. Jhomolari which is Bhutan’s most sacred peak at 22,000 feet, Tsherimgangmountains, Jichu Drake as well as views of both the valleys, Paro and Haa.

HaaValley : The Well Kept Secret of Bhutan

..This valley was a well kept secret of the country and was off the tourist map till 2002. The pristine valley is the second least populated dzongkhag (District) in the country and popularly known as “Hidden-Land Rice Valley.”

Nestled on the western most edge of Bhutan, Haa Valley is one of the most picturesque valleys in the country. The isolated valley lies behind the mountain ridge of Chele La and it borders with the northern boundaries of the Chumbi Valley of Tibet on one side.  .

Along with stunning nature, the tourist destination in Bhutan is bestowed with a number of tiny temples and gompas dating back to the prehistoric times. Of all the tourist attractions in Haa, the top ones include  HaaDzong; HaaDratshang; the White and the Black Temples (LhakhangKarpo and LhakhangNgapo); and Haa Chu Riverside and more. A trip to Haa Valley will not only let one witness the architectural wonders but also learn about the ancient traditional and rituals of Bhutan.

Day 11: Tranfer you to Phunetsholing enjoying scenic beauty of Bhutan, over night stay at Phunetsholing

We drop you to Phuentsholing enjoying the scenic beauty of Bhutan , later drop you at Hotel were you enjoy  leisure and in the evening stroll ( self ) through the local market of Phuentsholing .

Day 12: Drop Bagdogra Airport & Bid bye

Early morning we drive towards Bagdogra airport taking lots of sweet memories of the land of Happiness , Bhutan & promising to visit the kingdom once again in life time . On the way we take  view of natural water falls & scenic beauty of Bhutan . We drop you at the station & bid you bye .

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