Day 01: Arrive in 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: Drive to Chelela and Thimphu
After taking breakfast you will begin an exhilarating trip to Chela La Pass (12,500 ft) and a picturesque drive of 22 miles from Paro. Hiking all along the lofty ridged scattered with multi-colored Buddhist prayer flags proposes us dazzling observation of Mount Jumolhari and additional mountain. Beneath the pass it offers unbelievable outlook into the valley. Mean while you will ascend to Kila Goempa Nunnery and in the evening you will get into Thimphu. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 03: Experience Thimphu Festival
As Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan, you can experience the major festivals of Thimphu. Here, you will go through the festivity and dances. That festival is the admiration to the Guru Rinpoche, who had commences the Buddhism in Bhutan. It is supposed that the mask dances is blessed as the spectator, to clean the sin and carry good destiny. The festivals are carried out by wearing greatest attires. This is an occasion to come together with the local people. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 04: Drive to Punakha
On the 4th day you will take a scenic drive to Punakha after experiencing the Thimphu festivals. At Dochu La (3,100m), you will stop for snapping the photo. From the Pass, you have to take downward throughout the dense forest of Rhododendron, hemlock and fir. Taking your lunch you will again move for Punakha Dzong, the stunning place placed in amid the rivers which is signified as the male and female rivers. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 05: Drive to Bumthang
On the following day you will take another refreshing drive to Bumthang from Punakha, which is taken as the artistic heartland of country. The route is all along the stunning zigzag road, passing 3,300 m high Pele Pass. At Trongsa, you will get time to take lunch and then will visit Trongsa Dzong. It is considered as the tour de force of Bhutanese architecture. Then, you will arrive to Bumthang where the weavers come out. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 06: Sightseeing in Bumthang
This is the day for sightseeing in Bumthang. As sightseeing you will cover Jakar Dzong, Jambey, Lhakhang, Kurje Lhakhang, Tamshing Lhakhang. Here, you get some time to meditate and make your mind peace. This is the place where you will get an interesting paintings mainly related to Buddhist. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 07: Drive to Wangdue
On the following day you will set the trek beginning from Bumthang market and then take a drive to Punakha. Ending the trek at Chendebji Chorten, you will have your lunch. Chendebji Chorten, was crafted on 18th century in Nepalese style and it is named in Shida Lama. After completing the lengthy elating drive crossing through the two stunning high passes, you will reach Wangdue. The closes by villages are identifies for the stone carving and slate. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 08: Drive to Paro
On this day you will back to Paro through the Dochula Pass. If you are interested then you can take the timber phallus from the Lama. Coming at Dochula, you will get some time to visit Druk Wangyal monastery. This is the place with complicated work of art depicting the ancestry of the present monastery and the result of creative thinker’s outcome. Taking the lunch at Dochula, you will again drive to Paro. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 09: Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery
This is the last day of the tour where you will hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Taktsang which is the well known monastery of Bhutan. Viewing the wonderful monastery positioned at 10,400 feet you will realized how rich the Bhutan in terms of art and architecture is. It is said that Guru Rinpoche had flown sitting on the back of the tigress from Singye Dzong in Lhuntse to contemplate in the cave where the present Taktsang stands. Stay overnight at hotel.
Day 10: 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.