Amazing Bhutan takes you to the mystical valleys of central Bhutan. Bumthang houses some of the most revered and ancient monasteries in Bhutan with equally fascinating tales of miracle and magic. You will experience the majestic wilderness and rugged splendour of the country at its best, making it nothing less than a feast for your souls and your senses.

Day 1:
Arrive at Paro by Druk Air. Your personal guide will take you to your hotel. After lunch, take a leisurely walk in the town and visit the nearby Paro Rinpung Dzong and the National Museum of Bhutan.
Night halt: Paro

Day 2:  After breakfast, visit the lovely Kyichhu Lhakhang (built 659 A D). Drive along the picturesque Paro valley to view the ruins of Drukgyal Dzong (built 1647, a fortress that saw many a battles being fought between the Drukpas and the Tibetan invaders from the north). On a clear day you will enjoy the view of Mount Jhomolhari in the distance. In the evening drive to Thimphu.
Night halt: Thimphu

Day 3: Full day sightseeing in Thimphu. Indulge yourself in some of the notable landmarks of the city – The Memorial Chorten (Stupa), Folk Heritage Museum, Institute of Traditional Medicine, National Library, National Institute of Zorig Chusum, Tashichho Dzong and the Textile Museum. In the afternoon take a short drive to see the Tango and Cheri Monasteries. Stroll in the town and visit the local weekend market in the evening. Stroll in the town and visit the local weekend market in the evening.
Night halt: Thimphu

Day 4: Early start to Punakha, with a stop over at Dochhu La (3,050m). Enjoy the spectacular view of the Himalayan range in the horizon on a bright day. In Punakha, visit the magnificent 17th Century Punakha Dzong. Take a walk in the paddy fields to visit Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the ‘Temple of Fertility’, dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley – the Divine Madman.
Night halt: Wangdue Phodrang

Day 5: Drive to Trongsa and visit the charming Trongsa Dzong that sits dramatically on a low-raising ridge. Pop into Ta Dzong, an ancient watchtower and now a museum. After lunch, continue the journey to Bumthang.
Night halt: Bumthang

Day 6:  A traveller’s delight, Bumthang valley houses some of the most revered monasteries in the country. Visit the Jakar Dzong, the seventh century built Jambay Lhakhang and the Kurjey Lhakhang. In the afternoon, continue the tour and visit Tamshing Lhakhang. Evening explore the town and the local shops.
Night halt: Bumthang

Day 7: Drive to Ura and visit the picturesque Ura village and the new Ura Monastery. On the way back to Bumthang visit the Membartsho (The Burning Lake). In the evening get up close with the locals and visit the Swiss Farm and indulge in some Swiss delicacies.
Night halt: Bumthang

Day 8: Start early to drive back to visit the charming Phobjikha valley. Visit the Royal Society for Protection of Nature. Explore the valley and meet the locals. You might catch sight of the rare and endangered black-necked cranes if visiting early spring or late autumn.
Night halt: Gangtey

Day 9:  In the morning, visit the Gangtey Monastery. Drive back to Wangdue Phodrang.
Night halt: Wangdue Phodrang

Day 10:  Drive back to Thimphu. Take a drive up Sangaygang to enjoy the bird’s eye view of Thimphu city and visit the Takin Preserve Centre. Visit Simtokha Dzong (built 1629), the oldest Dzong in Bhutan. Continue to Paro.
Night halt: Paro

Day 11: Today, you will trek up the mountain to view the enchanting Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest) that clings dramatically on a huge rock cliff, 900m above the valley. The 2-3 hours hike (each way) takes you through pine forests with spectacular view of the valley below. In the evening, visit a traditional farmhouse.
Night halt: Paro

Day 12: Your guide will see you off at the Paro International Airport.