Day 01: Arrive to Paro
On the first day you will take the flight to Paro, passing the high Himalayas and Mountains viewing stunning vision of the overwhelming peaks, counting the blessed Jinchu Drake and Jumolhari peaks of Bhutan. In the airport you will be warmly welcome by the assigned guide and will transfer into the hotel. On this day you will have an outlook of the Ta Dzong (national museum), to know primeval paintings and other historical things. Then, you will move to Kichu Lhakhang, which is regarded as the oldest holy place. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 02: Sightseeing in Paro
On the following day you will set out for the sightseeing in Paro. So, at first you will take a drive to Drugyel Dzong taking 16 kilometer from the town of Paro. Dzong, historically carry an important place in the history. It was because of Dzong, Bhutanese lastly overcome the Tibetans. The peak called Chomolhari known as the Mountain of the Goddess situated at an elevation of 24,029 ft can be observed. As a part of sightseeing in Paro, Taktsang is chosen. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 03: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery
On the following day we will pay out the whole day to Taktsang. It is referred as the Tiger’s Nest. Taktsang Monastery is the paranormal monastery that fit tightly to the vertical brickwork cliff 4,000 ft. it is said that Guru Padmasambhava had flew here on the back of the tigress. Therefore this is the suitable place for the meditation. An excursion to Taktsang monastery seizes 4 hours. Stay overnight at house.
Day 04: Trek to Jele Dzong (2,576m) 7 km
On this day you will be attaining the short trekking in comparison to other previous days. The trekking trail is relatively steady until the camp. If you are lucky and accompanied with the weather then the Paro Valley can be distinguished in opposition to the setting of white snow covered mountains. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 05: Trek to Jangchulakha (2,879m) 10km
The trek to Jangchulakha (2,879m) will take place on the 5th day, leaving Jele Dzong, covering 10 kilo meter. You will start the trek taking an hour and close down to ascend. The trail to Jangchulakha will lead you throughout the dense alpine forest and rhododendron. You may search for yaks around the camp site. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 06: Trek to Jimilangtso 11km
Again on this day, leaving Jangchulakha, you will set up to Jimilangtso, demanding to cover 11 kilo meters. Here, the trek follows the edge where you can observe the mountains and the beautiful valley in the lucid day. Lake Jimilangtso is close up to the campsite which is known for their enormous size. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 07: Trek to Simkota (3,485m) 11km
On this day you will head to trek Simkota (3,485m), taking 11 kilometers from Jimilangtso. The trail leads you throughout the forests of rhododendron and the lake of Janctso. You may get nearer crosswise a number of yak herders camps wherever you will get an occasion to dig up the peep of wandering life. The campsite is close up to Simkota Lake. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 08: Trek to Phajoding (2,879m) 10km
Today’s trek starts taking a regular ascend from Simkota so that it will take you to Phajoding (2,879m), 10 kilo meter. If the weather let you to view those fabulous views of mount Gangkhar. Punsum", the uppermost mountain in Bhutan as well as additional Himalayan mountain ranges from the Dochula Pass. From here, the trek leads you effortless to Phajoding Cafeteria for a night cut short. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 09: Trek to Thimphu (2,439m) 8km
The trek to Thimphu (2,439m), taking 8 kilo meter is all the way downward throughout a forested area of frequently blue pine. The amble, at a relaxing pace, takes around 3 hours. Accomplishing the trek to Thimpu you will return to hotel taking hot bathe and tasty lunch. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 10: Sightseeing in Thimphu
Thimpu is the capital city of Bhutan which has lots of things to provide. On this day you will be visiting Tashichno Dzong and the school of central monastic. Another attraction of sightseeing is the artistic handicrafts crafted by the emporium. Those paintings and wood craft schools are the things that are conserving the tradition of Bhutan. Apart from that you can too view the Memorial Chorten, stupa, National Library and Simtokha Dzong. Thus, there are many things to view as the sightseeing in Thimphu. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 11: Trek to Punakha / Wangdi
On the 11th day you will trek to Punakha / Wangdi from Thimphu taking the breakfast. Punakha is the previous capital city of Bhutan and it takes 16 kilo meter to arrive ta Wangdi from Punakha. The Punakha Dzong houses the winter residence of the monastic body and it’s Chief Abbot. The enormous stronghold is positioned amid two rivers called Phochu Mochu, symbol of male and female. It takes 3 hours to get there. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 12: Departure!!!!
This is formally the last day of the tour where you will be transferred into the airport by the representative staff. Catching the flight you can return your own hometown or towards your next destination, it depends on you.