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Lhayul Farm Tour

LHAYUL FARM TOUR

Day Activity Places & km/hour. Info
Day-1 Arrival at International Airport
Visit to Paro Rimpung Dzong
Visit to the National Museum
Paro
Day-2 Tour around Thimphu Thimphu
Day-3 Drive from Thimphu to Punakha,
Visiting to Thinleygang and
Lobesa farm house
72 km,3 hrs, Punakha
Day-4 Explore Punakha village Punakha
Day-5 Drive from Punakha to Paro Paro
Day-6 Exploring Paro valley
Visit to Paro farm house
Paro
Day-7 Departure Paro International Air Port
Included in this package
Accommodation (3-Star/twin sharing)
Bhutan visa fee
Government royalty & taxes
English speaking tour guide
Transportation
Sightseeing
Daily 3 meals (B/L/D)
Bottled water
Entrance fees
Not included in this package
Flights to and from Bhutan
Personal expense/shopping
Alcoholic Beverages
4 or 5 star accommodation (extra charges will apply)
Travel insurance
Tips for guide and driver

This tour is specifically designed for those who are very much interested in practicing Buddhism. From the point of view of Buddhism, visiting pilgrimages and accumulating a merit is considered to be the most important practice to achieve enlightenment in one’s life. With this tour, you may explore most important holy places in Bhutan.

Tour Name Duration Places to be visited
Lhayul Farm Tour 7 days Paro, Thimphu, Punakha & Wangdue

Itineraries

Day 1: Visit to Paro Rimpung Dzong

From the flight in, weaving through the valley, arrival in Bhutan is like no other. The transfer to Thimphu is approximately one and half hours and upon arrival and following lunch, you will accept the selection of the National Memorial Chorten, National Textile Museum, Folk Heritage Museum, and National Library to visit, and maybe time to stroll Main Street for some interesting Himalayan Artifacts or textiles.

(Overnight: Thimphu)

Day 2: Tour around Thimphu

This morning visit the open weekend market and then head to the north end of the valley to view Trashi Choe Dzong, the seat of Bhutan’s government and Royal offices, and pay a visit to Pangri Zampa, two 16th century buildings that now house a monastic training school for astrologers. At the head of the valley, should you wish to stretch your legs; a short hike will take you to Chari Gomba, the monastery where the first monastic body was established in the Kingdom. Back in town should be able to see a few of the capital’s cottage industries like Traditional paper making factory, Hand roll incense factory and weaving center.

(Overnight: Thimphu)

Day 3: Drive from Thimphu to Punakha

An early departure for a dramatic drive over the high mountain passes of Dochu La and on to the Punakha Valley. Views on the way include one of Bhutan’s first fortress monasteries, the 17th century Semtokha Dzong, and ancient wall paintings at the Hongtso Goemba monastery. The journey continues over the 3,050m mountain pass where on a clear day, towering Himalayan peaks are clearly visible. Descending down through the Punakha valley along the Kingdom’s only east-west highway continues on through the scenic village of Thinleygang which gives the best Bhutanese rural settlement.

Overnight: (Punakha)

Day 4: Explore Punakha village

In the dawn, rise up through the field of chilies, cabbages and ride on the banks of the Mo Chhu at the upper end of the valley to Khamsum Yearly Namgayal Chorten, a stunning monument recently built by the queens and consecrated in 1999. Coming back down through the valley, visit the impressive Punakha Dzong, home of the Bhutan’s first ruler, Zhabdrung Nawang Namgyal, and the winter residence of the monastic order’s leader and his retinue of monks. Afterwards take a walkway about the valley or enjoy the ride thru the Jigme Dorji Wangchuk National Park, which is the home to the heaviest species of plants and wild animals of Bhutan.

(Overnight: Punakha)

Day 5: Drive from Punakha to Paro

In the sunrise you will commence your journey back to Paro driving up onwards the west, Reaching Dochu La pass will admit you to stretch your legs, and meanwhile your lunch will be done here. After settling down from Dochu La, you will adopt your direction back up the dramatic Wang Chhu and Paro Chhu river valleys, before crossing thru Paro town towards the northward end of the vale. Later, if time permits, visit to the National Museum, housed in the Ta Dzong (watchtower). Here, an intriguing assemblage of artifacts provide a fantastic initiation to the rich culture and heritage of the Kingdom. Only a short walk downhill lies the dominating Paro Dzong, a fine example of Bhutanese historic architecture. (Overnight: Paro)

(Overnight: Paro)

Day 6: Exploring Paro Valley

In the sunrise you will commence your journey back to Paro driving up onwards the west, Reaching Dochu La pass will admit you to stretch your legs, and meanwhile your lunch will be done here. After settling down from Dochu La, you will adopt your direction back up the dramatic Wang Chhu and Paro Chhu river valleys, before crossing thru Paro town towards the northward end of the vale. Later, if time permits, visit to the National Museum, housed in the Ta Dzong (watchtower). Here, an intriguing assemblage of artifacts provide a fantastic initiation to the rich culture and heritage of the Kingdom. Only a short walk downhill lies the dominating Paro Dzong, a fine example of Bhutanese historic architecture.

(Overnight: Paro)

Day 7: Departure

A car will be ready to drop you to Paro Airport. Transport time is about 30 minutes and you are advised to arrive at the airport an hour and half earlier.

Accommodation

There are many hotels in Bhutan general clean and up to the standard of tourists. Hotels in Bhutan are being rated by the Hotel Rating System like other countries.

Bhutan Yeodzer Tour, Treks and Travel puts you up within the best offered hotels in Bhutan

Pema Wangchuk,
General Manager
Bhutan Yeodzer Tour, Treks and Travel, Paro , Bhutan
Post Box No:1202
Email:pemasedi@gmail.com
Office # + (975) 08270243, Mobile # + (975) 17722329