Bhutan Spiritual, Meditation (4N/5D)

Bhutan offers an ideal environment for meditation, yoga and other practices for inner wellbeing. Thus this tour also entails mediattion practices for the physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines to attain a state of permanent peace.

Day 01: Arrival: Paro – Thimphu

Distance: 65km (1.5hrs)
Elevation: 2,250mts / 7,382ft

Paro: It is a broad and beautiful green bowl valley surrounded by jagged Himalayan Mountains and forested hillsides, crossed by beautiful rivers and dotted with medieval fortresses. It was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal in 1646 AD and has been the legislative, executive, judicial and religious centre for the people of Paro. Also the nations home of National Museum and International Airport. The flight to Paro is considered one of the most spectacular flight experiences in the world. While flying in and out of Bhutan, one can see Mt.Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makula, and other high peaks such as Jumolhari, Jichu Drakey, and Tsrim Gang.
Following a warm greetings from your tour guide and driver, you will be to capital city of Bhutan Thimphu crossing Tamchog monastery connected with iron Bridge en-route.
After reaching check into the hotel for some refreshment and visit the following places

Buddha point

Rituals on “Longevity”

The protective deity

In between the rituals, tea and snacks will be served to the monks and lamas. Also grace an opportunity to light the butter lamps and offer prayers for the well-being of all the sentient beings.

Buddhism teaching & Meditation by Kehenpo (Religious Master)

Note: Rituals ceremony starts by 4pm to 5 pmOvernight in Thimphu

Day 02: Thimphu – Punakha

Distance: 77km (2.5hrs)
Elevation: 1,200mts / 3,900ft

The journey to Punakha includes the 108 Druk Wangyel Chorten commonly known as Dochula standing at 3150m above the sea level. The Druk Wangyel Chorten was built to celebrate the
Stability and progress brought to Bhutan by His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck, the Fourth king of Bhutan. The pass provides spectacular 360 degree panaromic view of Himalayan Mountain Range.

Chimmi Lhakhang (45 min hike round trip)

• Situated on a hillock in the centre of the valley, is dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley, who in the late 15th century used humor, songs and outrageous behavior to dramatize his teachings and due to this also known as “Divine Madman”. Commonly known as fertile temple among and is frequented by childless couples and others alike for blessings.

Punakha Dzong

Suspension Bridge

Day 03: Punakha – Paro

Distance: 130km (4-5hrs)
Elevation: 1,200mts / 3,900ft

After breakfast drive back to Paro. After reaching check into hotel visit the following places:

National Museum

Rimpong Dzong

Kyichu Lhakhang

Day 04: Paro -“Hike to Tiger’s Nest” (approx. 4-5 hr)

Bhutan’s most picturesque landmark, Taktshang the Tiger’s nest clings to the side of a steep cliff 300 meters above the Paro valley. The place was first visited by Guru Rimpoche, founder of the tantric form of Buddhism in Himalayan countries, in the 8th century. It was said that he meditated there for about three months. The original temple was built in the 17th century, but tragically, it was consumed by fire in 1998. Like a phoenix, the temple was rebuilt to its fullest glory in 2003. Takshang is considered to be the 10th-holiest site in the Buddhist world.

Overnight in Paro

Day 05: Departure

After breakfast transfer to Airport for the onward destination

show button
Hide Buttons