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Top Of The World Travels (P.) Ltd.

Top Of The World Travels (P.) Ltd

 

For all your travel needs……..

P.O. Box 3320, Kamal Pokhari

Hattisar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel: 01-4433005, 01-4433009

Fax: 977-1-4437348

E-mail: mishra.rajan479@gmail.com

Travel and Tours information

DAY 01: ARRIVAL IN KATHMANDU & TRANSFER TO HOTEL

  • Arrival of the clients at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu.
  • Meet, assist & transfer to hotels as booked. Rest of the day free.
  • Overnight at Hotel.

DAY 02: IN KATHMANDU

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • AM: Pashupatinath & Boudhanath.

A. PASHUPATINATH

The temple of Pashupatinath located on the western banks of the Bagmati River on the north eastern side of Kathmandu, is one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites in the world. Until recently Nepal was officially a Hindu Kingdom and Pashupatinath, which literally means “Lord of all Animals”, was considered the main protector deity of Nepal.  The inner sanctum of the temple has a lingam, a stone phallus with four faces around it. As one of the many forms of Lord Shiva, one of the three main gods of the Hindu Trinity,. The temple and its surrounding complex is surrounded by a pantheon of other temples like the KiratesworeMahadev, Bhairav, Guheswori, and Gorakhnath each of whom have their own tale of origin and importance. Pashupatinath is also a UNESCO World Heritage Zone.

B. BOUDHANATH

With a base of 82 meters in diameter, Bouddhanath is claimed to be the largest Buddhist stupa in the world. There are many legends attached to Bouddhanath, chief among which is that of the 5th century Lichhavi King Manadev who built it to do penance. Bouddhanath was rediscovered in the 15th century from whence it slowly started gaining reputation among Tibetan Buddhists especially after the 19th century Rana Prime Minister appointed a Tibetan monk as its chief abbot

PM: Kathmandu City & Swayambhunath

C. KATHMANDU CITY

Kathmandu Valley, the capital and heart of the country essentially symbolizes all that is Nepal. Katmandu Durbar Square where you will visit Hanuman Dhoka, the old and historic palace of Kathmandu named after monkey God, Hanuman. It is historic seat of royalty.Within the walking distance you will find the tall temple of Taleju from 1549 AD, the large stone statue of KalBhairav, the God of destruction,.the Big Bell and Big Drum and Hindu Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati peeping from window. Visit the temple of Kumari, the residence of Living Goddess within the vicinity. Kumari means the virgin girl. The girl is selected from Buddhist family. The building has profusely carved wooden balconies and window screen. Next a very interesting temple is Kasthamandap which is believed to be built from a single tree trunk and the name Katmandu is derived from this temple.

 D.SWAYAMBHUNATH

Perched on a hilltop on the south western part of Kathmandu, Swayambhunath is one of the most important religious and cultural sites in Nepal and is associated with the birth of the Kathmandu Valley civilization. Approximately 2000 years old, Swayambhunath stupa, is a dome 20 meters in diameter and 32 meters high and is made of brick and earth mounted by a conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. It is surrounded by many other smaller temples and places of religious importance for both Hindus and Buddhists, a perfect example of the symbiotic co-existence of different religious beliefs only found in Nepal. The hill is heavily wooded on all sides with indigenous plant species, and troops of monkeys, giving it the nick name of Monkey Temple. The height of Swayambhunath also makes it a good vantage point and on clear sunny days one can see the Himalayas all the way to the east.

Overnight at the Hotel.

DAY 03: KATHMANDU – BANDIPUR (Approx. 150 km, 5-6 hrs drive)

  • After breakfast, today we will drive to Bandipur.

A. BANDIPUR:

Bandipur is a hilltop settlement in Tanahu District, (Gandaki Zone) of Nepal. Because of its preserved, old time cultural atmosphere, Bandipur has increasingly been coming to the attention of tourism. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9952 people living in 1929 individual households.Bandipur is located at 27.56 N, 84.25 E and an elevation of 1030m on a mountain saddle (Mahabharat range) approximately 700m above the Marsyangdi River Valley, 143 km to the west of Kathmandu and 80 km to the east of Pokhara. Since 1998 it is connected by a 8 km access road from Dumre (Kathmandu-Pokhara highway). Until then there was only an unreliable road, in monsoon usually not accessible roads or only by tractors. The mountain saddle, just 200m long, is barely wide enough to accommodate the main street lined by 2 –3 storey buildings on either side. At the backsides of these houses the mountainsides steeply descend and the gardens are only accessible by stairs.

Overnight at the Hotel.

DAY 04: BANDIPUR – POKHARA (Approx. 60 km, 1.5 hrs drive)

  • After breakfast, drive to Pokhara.

A. POKHARA

Pokhara is a remarkable place for natural beauty situated at an altitude of 900m from the sea level and 200 km west of Kathmandu valley, the city is known as a center of adventure. The enchanting town has several beautiful lakes and Offers stunning panoramic views of Himalayan peaks. The serenity of lakes and the magnificence of the Himalayas raising behind them an ambience of peace and magic.

In the afternoon transfer to Phewa lake for 01 hour boating.

B. BOATING

The centre of attraction in Pokhara is the Fewa Lake – the Second largest lake in the Kingdom. It is the largest and most enchanting of the three lakes that add to the resplendence of Pokhara. Here, one can sail or row a hired a boat across to the water or visit the island temple in the middle. The favorite home base for the travelers is the western shore.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 05: IN POKHARA

  • Today early morning, drive for the Sarangkot to view the sunrise (subjected to weather permit).

A. SARANGKOT

At an altitude of 1592 meters, this mountain sits north of Pokhara overlooking the valley and Fewa Tal. Sarangkot is a beautiful village best known for its sunrise, where on a clear day you can see an unobstructed view of the Himalayan mountains of Annapurna rang, Dhauligiri, Fishtail. To experience true Nepali culture it takes a 3 hour tour around Sarangkot and meet the locals and see how they live.

  • Return back to the hotel for the breakfast.
  • Proceed for Half day sightseeing tour of Devi’s falls, Gupteshwor Mahadev cave, Mahendra Cave & Seti Gorge.

C. DEVI’S FALL

Devi’s Falls remains one of the most visited Tourist Attractions in Pokhara. One of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal, Pokhara is tucked away in the northwestern corner of the Pokhara Valley which is an extension of the SetiGandaki valley. Devi’s Falls also known as the PataleChhango, can be traced around 2 km south of the spot where the Lake Phewa drains into the PardiKhola. Here, the terrain drops sharply and the river plunges over the Devi Falls before disappearing into a sink hole. Devi’s Falls is a must visit site for you as part of your Sightseeing in Pokhara while you are on your Pokhara Tours. Pokhara is the city in Nepal which is famous for its waterfalls.

D. SETI GORGE

The Seti gorge runs through the whole city from north to south and then west to east. At places it is only a few metres wide and the river is so far down below that, at some places it is not visible or audible. In the middle of the city, the gorge widens to a canyon looking like a crater. In the north and south, just outside town, the rivers created canyons, in some places 100 m deep.

E. GUPTESHWOR MAHADEV CAVE

GupteshworMahadev cave is probably the longest and attractive cave in south Asia which is located at the pristine location of northwestern part of Pokhara, a world famous tourist destination. GupteshworMahadev Cave contains a huge stalagmite worshiped as a Shiva lingam.

F. MAHENDRA CAVE

Pokhara is famous for limestone caves such as Mahendra Cave. Mahendra cave is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Pokhara. It is located in about 10 minutes drive from the heart of Pokhara city. The cave is rich in variety of rocks especially limestone and the rocks sparkle when light strikes on it. The stone that is dripping from the roof and covering the cave floor comes alive under the beams of the flashlights and increases the excitement of this dark adventure.

  • Rest of the day free.
  • Overnight at the hotel. 

DAY 06: POKHARA – PALPA

  • After breakfast, today we will drive to Palpa.

A. PALPA

The former capital of the Magar kingdom of Tanahun, Tansen (Palpa) is a romantic medieval hill town, perched high above the Kali Gandaki River on the road between Butwal and Pokhara. The narrow, winding streets are full of Newari shop-houses and temples and most of the centre is too steep for cars, which all adds to Tansen’s charm. Few tourists make it out this way, but it’s easy to fill several days exploring the town and there are some excellent walks in the hills. Sadly. Excellent walks to viewpoints and villages around Tansen and there are great views over the bowl-shaped Madi Valley from several points around town. A sheet of mist normally hangs over the valley till mid-morning, earning it the nickname ‘White Lake’. For sweeping Himalaya views, head up to ShreenagarDanda, the forested peak above Tansen.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 07: PALPA – LUMBINI

  • After breakfast, drive to Lumbini.

B. LUMBINI

In the Buddha’s time, Lumbini was a park situated between Kapilavastu and Devadaha in Nepal. It was there that the Buddha was born. A pillar now marks the spot of Asoka’s visit to Lumbiní. According to an inscription on the pillar, it was placed there by the people then in charge of the park to commemorate Asoka‘s visit and gifts. The park was previously known as Rummindei, two miles north of Bhagavanpura. Lumbini, as of 1997, is an UNESCOWorld Heritage Sitespecifically nominated for the international World Heritageprogram.The holy site of Lumbini is bordered by a large monastic zone, in which only monasteries can be built, no shops or hotels or restaurants. It is separated into an eastern and western monastic zone, the eastern having the Theravadin monasteries, the western having Mahayana and Vajrayana monasteries.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 08: LUMBINI – CHITWAN (Approx. 180 km, 5-6 hr drive)

  • Today after having a breakfast,  drive to Chitwan.

A. CHITWAN

Chitwan National Parkstands today as a successful testimony of nature conservation in South Asia; This is the first national park of Nepal established in 1973 to preserve a unique ecosystem significantly valuable to the whole world. The park covering a pristine area of 932 sq. km is situated in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of southern central part of Nepal. There are more than 43 species of mammals in the park. The park is especially renowned for the protection of the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, tiger, gharial Crocodile along with many other common species of wild animals. The estimated population of endangered species of animals such as gaur, wild elephant, four horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, gangetic dolphin, monitor lizard and python, chital, hog deer, barking deer, sloth, palm civet, wild dog, langur etc. rhesus monkey, etc.

  • Upon arrival at Chitwan proceed for check-in to Hotel.
  • After lunch, Jungle activities as per Resort Program (Subject to time permit).
  • Overnight at the Hotel.

DAY 09: IN CHITWAN

  • Proceed for Jungle activities as per the Resort programme.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 10: CHITWAN –KATHMANDU (Approx. 185 km, 06 hr drive).

  • Today after breakfast, we will return back to Kathmandu
  • Overnight at the hotel.
  • Rest of the day free.
  • Overnight at the hotel. 

DAY 11:IN KATHMANDU

  • Today after breakfast, proceed for full day sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar Square.
  • AM: Bhaktapur Durbar Sqaure

A. BHAKTAPUR DURBAR SQUARE

One of the three main cities in the Valley, Bhaktapur is located east of Kathmandu and is in reality a medieval city where the Newars, the main inhabitants still follow age old traditions and customs. Established around the 9th century Bhaktapur is known for its fertile land and was still a small farming village when Patan and Kathmandu were already well established towns. Bhaktapur became the capital of the Valley in 1377 BC during the reign of the Malla dynasty and flourished as a major urban centre from the 15th century onwards. It houses some of the best examples of Nepali craftsmanship on wood and stone such as the Palace of 55 Windows built in 1697, the five storied Nyatapola Temple, the KashiBiswanath Temple, and the Dattatreya Temple among many others. Considered a living museum one can witness ancient traditions carried out even today as they were centuries ago in many areas of the city such as in Potters Square where the local potters use age old techniques to make clay utensils. Bhaktapur is also among the seven Monument Zones that make the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Sites.

PM: Patan Durbar Square

B. PATAN DURBAR SQUARE

Patan City: The city lies about 5 km from the Kathmandu. It is a city of Budhist monuments, Hindu temples and fine wood carvings. Lalitpur is the another name of this city which ‘means the city of beauty’. The city is known as the paradise of fine arts.  Patan durbar square located in Patan and is World Heritage Site a Patan Durbar has many famous sites and unique architectures. Krishna Mandi, Bhimsen temple, Hiranya Varna Mahabhihar are just a few among the temples offering you an ecstasy of  paintings, wood and metal carvings. The SundariChowk contains exquisite samples of woodcarvings, stone and metal sculpture. PatanDubar Square and the Himalaya that can be seen at a distance make an enchanting scene.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 12: TRANSFER TO AIRPORT TO CONNECT ONWARD FLIGHT

  • After having a breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu & transfer to Tribhuwan International Airport to connect onward flight.

-END OF THE TOUR- 

HOTEL CITY

 

NO. OF NIGHTS Cost per person n twin/triple/single
Kathmandu 4
Bandipur 1
Pokhara 2
Palpa 1
Lumbini 1
Chitwan 2

Day 1: Paro Arrival Drive to Thimphu

After you arrive at Paro international airport which is situated in a beautiful valley which gives aintroduction  to our  beautiful  kingdom. Our guide will meet receive you and then will visit Ta dzong (watch tower) built in 1951 to use as a watch tower to defend Ringpungdzong and Paro valley  during the time of war and converted into national museum in 1967 which recorded in UNESCO world heritage. Unfortunately original museum was destroyed by the earthquake in September 2011 but one can still see a magnificent  collection  of Bhutanese artifacts like costumes, religious Thangka paintings, arm weapons, and a fascinating collection of Bhutan stamps. The museum will reopen by the end of 2015.and also visit ParoRingpungDzong  which is one of the finest example of Bhutanese architecture. If still feel energetic you can take a short walk down to the cantilever bridge.

After that will drive to Bhutan’s capital city,Thimphu.On the way will stop to pictures of  magnificent 15 century temple called Taachoglhakhang which was built by great iron builder  DrupthopThangthongGyalpo.And  take a short walk down to the river to see a 15 century old iron chain bridge built by the same builder of temple. After you arrive at Thimphu you can take a leisurely walk around the town to  feel the atmosphere of capital.

Night stay in Thimphu

Day2: Thimphu sightseeing

Today we will start our sightseeing by visitingbeautiful memorial chorten,built in 1974 by her majestyAzhiPhuntshoChodenWangchuk.Bhuddha point where you will see  169 feet big seating Buddha  which one of the largest Buddha statue in the world as well to see the  bird’s eye view of thimphu city.Changangkha Temple which was built in 12 century. Inside the temple one can see the  original old wall paintings and the unique statue of god of compassion in the form of 11 faces in seating poster. Takin reservation centre  to see our Bhutan’s unique national animal, the takin.to see the art work of Zorigchusum(13 traditional arts and crafts) you can visit painting school. Then will visit Folk Heritage Museum to see typical example of traditional farmhouse and Textile Weaving center at changzamtok were one can see traditional weaving style of fabric. An optional visit of Tashichoedzong or oldest fortress Simtokhadzong which was built in 1629.

Night stay  inThimphu

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

Today after breakfast will drive to Punakha which is approximately 2 and half hourvaiDochula pass(3100 meters) . There we  can stop for the  view of eastern Himalayas if the weather is fine.  Then will continue to  drive down to low lying valley.  After lunch take a pleasant walk through terraced fields Chimelhakhang( temple of fertility)which was built in 15 century by the first cousin brother of divine madman lama NgawangChogyal. Then will visit visitPunakhaDzongwhich one of the most beautiful dzong in Bhutan. Built in 1636, it stands beautifully at the confluence of two rivers,mochu and pho chu.

Night stay in Punakha

Day 4: Punakha to Bumthang.

After breakfast will drive to Bumthang which is a central Bhutan.  We will Stop for lunch at Trongsa and after lunch will visit Taadzong which has been used as a watch tower for the Trongsadzong during war time in past century and later in 2008 it has been converted in museum dedicated to the WangchukDanasty,which tells the stories of the dzong and the Trongsa village. You can also see personal belongings of the kings and queens of Bhutan. Then continue your drive for another 2.5 hours via Yontonglapass(3200 meters) and Bhutan’s most beautiful landscapes to Bumtahng,an area of high valleys at 2570 to 3150 meters.

Night stay in Bumthang

Day 5: Bumthang Sightseeing

The day’s visit with  KurjeyLhakhang, is named after the body print of Guru Rinpoche, TamshingLhakhang which was established by TertonPemaLingpa in 1501 and is the most important NyingmaGoenba in thecountry. After lunch we will visit JakarDzong, castle of the white bird, Mebertsho (Burning Lake) – This is a very scared lake for Bhutanese people. TertonPemaLingpa discovered several of Guru Rinpoche’s hidden treasures from this lake.

Night stay in Bumthang.

Day 6: Bumthang to Phobjekha

Today after breakfast will drive to charming Phobjekha valley situated at 2700 meters above the sea level. Is here where theBlack Neck  Crane which is a rare species  bird in the world  visit in winter every year  from  Tibet in the month of November to end  of March. On the way visit TrongsaDzongwhich holds 25 temples inside.

After you reach Phobjekha will do a short Gangtey Natural Trail hike is 1 hour and 30 minutes walk from gangtey valley  through beautiful bluer pine forest with lovely view of roosting ground of black neck crane.

Night stay in Phubjikha

Day 7: Gangtey to paro.

After breakfast will visit one and only beautiful Nyingma monastery in western Bhutan Gangteysangacholing monastery  which was built in 1613 by GyalsePemaThinley grandson of TertonPemaLingpa.

After that will drive back to Paroapproximately 6 hours drive. In the evening will visit the 15 century old Dungtselhakhang which one of old unique temple. Evening stroll in Paro town.

Night stay in Paro

Day 8: Hike to Taktshang Monastery

Today take a day hike to the sacred TaktsangGoenpa (tiger nest monastery) which was built on the rock face at 900 meters above the valley floor. The history says guru Rinphoche during his second visit to Bhutan in 8th century have flew to the place riding on a tigress to subdue demon SingyeSamdrup and meditated  here for  three months. Later temporary ruler of Bhutan GyalsheTenzinRabgay has built monastery in 16 century. It one of the most highlighted holy site of the tourist as well it is a place where Bhutanese people belive they must visit once in their life time. After hike from Taktsang you can visit Drukgyaldzong(victory fortress)which was built in 1644 to celebrate the victory over Tibetan invaders  and destroyed by the fire in 1951.And way  back you can visit one of the oldest temple in Bhutan kyichulhakhang  built in 7th century. And you will have time to walk around paro town if you would like to buy souvenir gifts.

Night stay in Paro

Day 9: Drive to Paro Airport and departure

Depending on your flight departure time early in the morning your guide will take you to airport to see you off onto your flight and wish you good journey and TashiDelek(goodbye/good luck).

Tour Costs

  • Peak Season (March, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov.)

1. pax: USD  2180 per person

2. pax: USD 1960 per person

3. pax and above: USD 1790 per person

  • Lean Season (Jan, Feb, June, July, August & Dec)

1. pax: USD  1980 per person
2. pax: USD 1700 per person
3. pax and above: USD 1590 per person

  • Group Incentives(FOC)
    11 pax-15 pax: 1 person gets 50% off on the tour cost from a          group
    16 pax and above: 1 person gets 100% off on the tour cost from a group

Inclusive

  • A minimum of 3 star accommodation (4 & 5 star may require an additional premium).
  • All meals
  • A licensed Bhutanese tour guide for the extent of your stay
  • All internal transport (excluding internal flights)
  • All internal taxes and charges
  • A sustainable tourism Royalty of $65 per person per night. This Royalty goes towards free education, freehealthcare, poverty alleviation, along with the building of infrastructure
  • Mineral water during sightseeing’s
  • Minimum one cocktail dinner
  • Cultural show (Group more than 5 pax)

Exclusive

  • All air ticket to/from Bhutan
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Beverages during meals
  • Tipping to Guide and driver

Child Policy
There shall be no charge for CHILDREN below the age of 5 years. However, those between the ages of 5-12 years accompanied by elders/ guardians shall be given 50% discount.
Hotels Paro

Thimphu

Punakha

Phobjekha

Bumthang

The above hotels are all 3 star and will book the similar hotel to that of the above mentioned hotels. For more details please see the web links.

Transportation
Now coming to the Transportation, we arrange foreign cars for all our guest. For small pax we do arrange santafee or Tucson and for middle we arrange Hice bus and for big groups we do arrange the coaster bus.       

Day 1: Paro Arrival drive to Thimphu

Pick up from Paro airport and If you reach early and if we have time on the same day you reached will visit century oldDungtselhakhangwhich one of old unique temple. Then drive up to visit Ta dzong (watch tower) built in 1951 to use as a watch tower to defend Ringpungdzong and Paro valley  during the time of war and converted into national museum in 1967 which recorded in UNESCO world heritage. Unfortunately original museum was destroyed by the earthquake in September 2011 but one can still see a magnificent collection of Bhutanese artifacts like costumes, religious Tahngka paintings, arm weapons, and a fascinating collection of Bhutan stamps in new gallery. Then will visit ParoRingpungdzong  which is one of the finest example of Bhutanese architecture. If still feel energetic you can take a short walk down to the cantilever bridge.In the evening will drive to Thimphu and on the way will stop to pictures of  magnificent 15 century temple called Taachoglhakhang which was built by great iron builder  DrupthopThangthongGyalpo.And  take a short walk down to the river to see a 15 century old iron chain bridge built by the same builder of temple. After you arrive at Thimphu you can take a leisurely walk around the town to feel the atmosphere of capital.

Dinner and night halt at Thimphu.

Day 2: Thimphu Sightseeing                               

After breakfast will visit;Memorial Chorten which was built by Her majesty Ashi Phuntsho Choden in memory of her late son His majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuk (“the father of modern Bhutan”) the third king of Bhutan.Kuenselphodrang where you can see largest buddha statue in Bhutan which is about 169 feet tall.Folk and Textile Heritage Museums, a fascinating testimony of Bhutan’s living traditions. The Painting School, where young monks learn the art of painting Buddhist thangkha and  Changangkha Lhakhang (Temple) and also will visit Bhutan post

In the afternoon will drive Sangaygang from where will have the  view of whole Thimphu town. And on the way we can visit mini zoo where you can see takin the national animal of Bhutan. And then will visit Nunnery followed by Trashichho dzong, the beautiful fortress which houses most of the Government’s office and King’s Throne room. It is also the summer residence of Je Khenpo, the Chief Abbot. Dinner at night halt at Thimphu.

Day 3: Thimphu to Punakha

After breakfast will drive to Punakha which is about 4 hours drive from Thimphu. On the way you will stop at Dochula (3150m) and there you can see 108 DrukWangyelChorten. If you wish we can stop for tea and snacks as there is a cafe. You will then drive down further through temperate forests into semitropical range of orange and cactuses.  When we reach to Punakha we will see Punakhadzong built on the confluence of Phochu (Male River) and Mochu (Female River). Today it is the winter residence of the Je- khenpho the chief abbot and also serves as the administration center of the Punakha district. After that will do a short hike about 1 hours to KhamsumYuelleyNamgyelChorten from where you will have a stunning view a Kabesaviallage and the Mochu River, with all paddy fields in the back of rivers. Overnight at Punakha .

Day 4: Punakha to Gangtey

After breakfast will drive towards Wangduephodrang and on the way will visit ChimiLhakhang which was built by Lama DrukpaKuenley in 15th century (This monk is popularly known as the Devine madman for his philosophy, “Salvation through sex”). He subdued the demons with his “Magical Thunder bolt”. The Temple is also known as “The Temple of Fertility”.

After that will continue to drive to Gangtey. In the evening will do a beautiful GangteyTrail.  Dinner and night halt at Gangtey

Day 5: Gangtey to Paro

After breakfast will visit Gangtey monastery. And then will continue to drive to Paro. Will have lunch on the way. Dinner and Night halt at Paro.

Day 6: Hike to Taktshang

After early breakfast will hike to ParoTaktsang which is one of the most popular monastery visited by the tourist. It was first built in 1692, around the TaktsangSengeSamdup, a cave where Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated for three months in the 8th century. It is believed that Guru Rinpoche (Guru Padmasambhava) flew to this location from Khenpajong, Tibet on the back of a tigress and subdued a demon. He then performed meditation in one of the caves here and emerged in eight incarnated forms (manifestations) and blessed the place. Subsequently, the place came to be known as the “Tiger’s Nest”. Guru Padmasambhava is known for introducing Buddhism to Bhutan. Today, ParoTaktsang is the best known of the thirteen caves in which he meditated.
In the afternoon will visit Drugyel Dzong; fortress which was built to commemorate a victory over Tibetan. KyichuLhakhang; one of the oldest temple in Bhutan.

In the evening will stroll in Paro town. Dinner and overnight at Paro.

Day 7: Paro Airport and Departure   

After breakfast will drive to Paro International airport for your flight to next destination. Our driver and tour guide will bid farewell.

Tour Costs

  • Peak Season (March, April, May, Sept, Oct & Nov.)

1. pax: USD 1710 per person

2. pax: USD 1510 per person

3. pax and above: USD 1380 per person

  • Lean Season (Jan, Feb, June, July, August & Dec)

1. pax: USD  1480 per person

2. pax: USD 1310 per person

3. pax and above: USD 1240 per person

  • Group Incentives(FOC)
    1. 11 pax-15 pax: 1 person gets 50% off on the tour cost from a group
    2. 16 pax and above: 1 person gets 100% off on the tour cost from a                                          group

Inclusive

  • A minimum of 3 star accommodation (4 & 5 star may require an additional premium).
  • All meals
  • A licensed Bhutanese tour guide for the extent of your stay
  • All internal transport (excluding internal flights)
  • All internal taxes and charges
  • A sustainable tourism Royalty of $65 per person per night. This Royalty goes towards free education, freehealthcare, poverty alleviation, along with the building of infrastructure
  • Mineral water during sightseeing’s
  • Minimum one cocktail dinner
  • Cultural show(Group more than 5 pax)

Exclusive

  • All air ticket to/from Bhutan
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Beverages during meals
  • Tipping to Guide and driver

Child Policy

There shall be no charge for CHILDREN below the age of 5 years. However, those between the ages of 5-12 years accompanied by elders/ guardians shall be given 50% discount.

Hotels

Paro

Thimphu

Punakha

Phobjekha

The above hotels are all 3 star and will book the similar hotel to that of the above mentioned hotels. For more details please see the web link.

Transportation

Now coming to the Transportation, we arrange foreign cars for our entire guest. For small pax we do arrange santafee or Tucson and for middle we arrange Hice bus and for big groups we do arrange the coaster bus.

We are pleased to offer you the below rates for local sightseeing within Kathmandu valley.

1) Full Day sightseeing:

Area          :    Pashupatinath Temple( Golden Temple)

                      Boudhanath Temple

                      Swayambhunath Temple

                      Patan Durbar Square

Duration    :  6 Hrs

Price           :  By Car                   – NPR. 3200/- (04 pax)

                      By Small Van        – NPR. 4500/- (06 pax)

                      By Jumbo Hiace   – NPR. 6000/- (06 pax- 15 pax)

2) Half Day Sightseeing : Duration 03 Hrs

Area          :   Boudhanath Temple

                     Bhaktapur Durbar Square   or

                     Budhanilkantha Temple       or

                     Pashupatinath Temple(Golden Temple)

Duration     :   3 Hrs

Price            :  By Car                     – NPR. 2000/- (04 pax)

                       By Small Van        – NPR. 3000/- (06 pax)

                       By Jumbo Hiace  – NPR. 5000/- (06 pax- 15 pax)

Besides that if you are interested to have any more services like Hotel booking, Trekking, conference Hall booking, Air Ticket, Helicopter Charter and many more, please contact us any time, we are ready to serve you.

Key Dates for the event!!!

Early Bird Registration  Deadline:  31 January 2018

Regular Registration Deadline:  31 July 2018

Abstract Submission Deadline: 30 June 2018.

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