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Day 1: Paro to Thimphu (about 51 kilometres/1 hour)

The most breath-taking mountain flights you will ever encounter in your life. Flying in from the sweltering plains of India, one can see a sequence of the world's tallest peaks from the left side of the aircraft's window. If the weather is clear, your pilot will give the names of the peaks. You will drop into the high mountains, and as the plane descends, you will see no airfield or city, but rather the coming Paro valley, alpine woods, little monasteries, temples, and farm cottages. Prior to the jet touching down on the runway, you'll get a sight of Paro's verdant valley, Paro Dzong, and Paro Lake (river). You will be taken from Paro airport to Thimpu, the capital city. Make your way to the hotel. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Thimphu hotel.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Thimphu

Today, continue to a sightseeing trip of Tashichho Dzong, the National Library, and the Handicraft Center to display traditional arts, as well as Tashichho Dzong and Takin Zoo. Later, the National Memorial Chorten was built, which included a stupa dedicated to Bhutan's third monarch and a Buddha statue. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Thimpu hotel. (B)

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha (about 85 kilometres / 2 hours 30 minutes) via Dochula Pass

Today, travel to the Punakha valley's lowlands, passing across Dochula pass at 10,000 ft and stopping in Hongtsho hamlet. Make your way to the hotel. Afternoon see the beautiful Punakha Dzong, strategically located at the confluence of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers. Built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the dzong serves as the region's religious and administrative capital. Later in the day, visit the Punakha Dzong and the Punakha Suspension Bridge. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Punakha hotel. (B)

Day 4: Punakha – Paro (about 197 kilometres/six hours)

After breakfast, drive to Paro. Pay a visit to the Royal Botanical Gardens. If you're lucky, you could spot red pandas and several bird species. You can also snap some photos next to the natural lake. You may choose to view a little documentary on the park. Afternoon, explore the Drukgyel Dzong ruins and continue on to the base of Tigers Nest. Overnight in a Paro hotel. (B)

Day 5 : Paro

This morning, visit Paro Dzong, the National Museum, which is situated in a circular castle known as the Ta Dzong. It is widely regarded as one of the top natural history museums in Asia, with an extensive collection of natural and historical relics. Afternoon tour Paro Penlop Heritage Farm, which is home to the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong, a 17th century castle that was used to keep Tibetan attackers out until it was destroyed by fire in 1951. Kyichu Lhakhang is one of the oldest and most holy monasteries in the world, dating all the way back to the seventh century. You will then be taken to the Tigers Nest's base. Overnight in a Paro hotel. (B)

Day 6: Depart Paro

This morning, you will be taken to Paro airport in order to catch a flight or train return to your home or next destination. (B)

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