About 6 Nights 7 Days Bhutan Tour
There is something special about the old world charm of Bhutan. The conservative South Asian Kingdom is deep-rooted in its values as it tries a hand at the brush of modernity. The ancient land and its friendly people welcome you with both hands.
The 6 nights and 7 days tour of Bhutan takes you to every major landmark of Paro, Punakha, and Thimphu. You will have the chance to tour the country leisurely and explore the beautiful culture and the traditional rural lifestyle of Bhutanese people. The magical Kingdom have the friendliest of people and offer you incredible hospitality.
The hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery (Taktsang Monastery) perched at the top of a cliff in Paro is the highlights of the trip. Bhutan boasts of many architectural wonders. The landmark monuments of Bhutan include the Memorial Chorten, Thimpu Dzong, Buddha point, and various other monasteries.
The traditional architecture is evident in the buildings, including hotels, offices, and local houses. “Bhutan tour 6 nights 7 days” is your perfect holiday package of the Shangri la nation. Read the detailed itineraries, highlights, and the major attractions of the tour below. Do not wait for any further and Book your trip now!
Major Attractions of the Tour
The Memorial Chorten is a massive white Chorten built-in 1974 in Bhutan. Dedicated to King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, who is the Father of Modern Bhutan. The four-storey tall Chorten boasts of statues, arts of deities from tantric teachings and other artifacts. The Bhutanese people come to worship from all around the country.
The beautiful Tashichho Dzong houses many government organizations and the central monastic body. It is also an important cultural heritage of the country. The spiritual leader Je-Khenpo reside here in summer and so do the monks from Thimphu and Punakha. The Thimphu Festival is also a famous festival in the season.
The Takin has great importance in the country’s history and mythology and is also the national animal of Bhutan. Locals believe that the Divine Madman, with his magical power, created Taxin. The takin looks like a mix of a cow and a goat and have a separate category in the animal kingdom.
The Zilukha Nunnery in the Drubthob Goemba is another important landmark in Bhutan. You can find Seventy nuns living and praying every day in the monastery. The view of the Tashichho Dzong, Golf course and upper Thimphu is enthralling from the nunnery.
You can visit the traditional paper making factory along the tour. The daphne plant gets used to make papers in the paper making factory. Along with the rice papers available in the country, these papers last longer and are more reliable.
Sangaygang View Point (Telecom Tower)
The Sangaygang View Point (Telecom Tower) (2685m) provides us with a spectacular view of the Thimphu valley. The tower of Bhutan television is also present. You can take excellent pictures from the viewpoint and observe the magnificent scenery.
Buddha Point (Kuensel Phodrang)
The Kuensel Phodrang or the Buddha point, has the largest Buddha statue in Bhutan. The 169 feet (51.5m) bronze statues (gilded in gold) are the main attraction of the trek.
You can see the entire Thimphu Valley from the viewpoint. Bhutanese people visit the Kuensel Phodrang to get auspicious names for their newborns and also to worship the protector deity ‘Tamdrin’.
Tiger’s Nest Monastery
The Tiger’s Nest monastery is a beautiful monastery located at the cliffside in the Paro valley of Bhutan. The Paro Taktsang temple built-in 1692 along the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave is a holy site for Buddhists all over the country.
Locals believe that tantric Guru Padmasambhava had meditated in the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave in the 8th century. The meditation lasted three years, three months, three days, and three hours to overpower the evil forces. The Tiger’s Nest monastery is the primary cultural attraction of Bhutan.
National Library and Folk Heritage Museum
The national library boasts of hundreds of religious texts related to Buddhism and its impact in Bhutan. The ancient Buddhist manuscripts, as well as arts and crafts, are of great importance.
The folk heritage museum specializes in Bhutanese Folk heritage and agricultural history. There are texts, documentation, and arts that describe the incredible Bhutanese rural life in the folk heritage museum.
Institute for Zorig Chusum
The Institute for Zorig Chusum is a renowned institute that provides a 6-year training course in art. Bhutan’s 13 traditional arts and crafts require rigorous training and teaching. The sculptures and paintings made by the students will enthral you at the Zorig Chusum.