Bhutan Full Circle Tour

Duration : 9 Nights / 10 Days

Destination Covered : Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Trongsa, Mongar, Bumthang, Trashigang

Price (Starting From) : On Request

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Tour Detail

Thimphu : Buddha Point, TashiCho dzong, Simply Bhutan, Changangkha lhakhang Paro: Tachogang lhakhang, Ta Dzong, Paro Dzong, Tiger Nest Hike, Hotstone Bath ,Kichu lhakhang , Drugyel Dzong Phobjikha :Gangtay valley , Gangtay Gambpa, Blacked Naked crane center Bumthang: Jakar Dzong,Jambay lhakhang, kurjay lhakhang,Konchosum temple,Tamshing temple, Beer factory,Cheese Factory, Me-Bar- Tsho(Burning Lake) , Ugyencholing Palace Trongsa: Trongsa Mesuem, Trongsa Dzong 
Trashigang:Kanlung, Sherubtse College Ronthong,Trashi Gang Dzong
Trashi Yantse :Gom Kora ,Chorten Kora,Duksum
Mongar:Mongar DzongBeverages beyond entitlement
Personal Insurance
Laundry and communication
Places of visit beyond program
Other misc. expenditures of personal nature.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive At Paro

• Arrival Paro Airport 
• Complete immigration formalities 
• Our representative will receive and Welcome you to the kingdom of Happiness 
• Transfer and check in hotel 
• Lunch in the hotel 
• Visit Paro Dzong 
• Leisure in Town 
• Dinner 
• Overnight Paro

Day 2: Day Excursion to Haa

• Day Excursion to Haa 
• Visit Black Temple 
• Explore Haa Town & Village 
• Lunch 
• Drive Back to Paro 
• Stop at Chelela Pass 
• Overnight Paro

Day 3: Fly to Yonphula, from Paro Airport

• Transfer to Airport 
• Flight to Yonphula Domestic Airport 
• Your eastern sojourn begins now. 
• Visit the university town of Kanlung, - which is located 25km south of Trashigang. Sherubtse College was founded in 1978 and, 
• Visit Ronthong 
• Transfer to Hotel 
• Check in Hotel 
• Lunch 
• Drive to Pam , visit locality 
• Overnight stay will be at Trashigang

Day 4: Excrusion to Trashi Yantse

Breakfast in Hotel 
• Drive to Trashi Gang Town 
• Explore Town 
• Visit Trashi Gang Dzong. 
• Drive to Trashi Yangtse (1hour 45mins) 
• Visit Gom Kora 
• Visit Chorten Kora. 
• Lunch 
• Stop at the village of Duksum to see the shops selling the colourful patterned cloth that is woven by the women of the village using back strap-looms or just relax and explore Trashigang. 
• Return to Trashi Gang 
• Overnight Trashi Gang Lingkhar

Day 5:  trashi Yangtse to Mongar

Breakfast in the Hotel 
• Drive westwards to Mongar leisurely in the morning- As we descend into the valley of the Kuri Chhu we pass extensive cornfields and at the valley floor rice terraces and tropical fruits such as mango and pineapples flourish. 
• The towns between western and eastern Bhutan also differ. In western Bhutan most towns are situated in valleys but in eastern Bhutan most towns, including Mongar, are at the tops of hills or ridges. 
• Mongar Dzong – Although built in the 1930s and one of Bhutan’s newest dzongs, it is constructed in the same way as all earlier dzongs, without plans or nails. However unlike the earlier Dzongs, that are located in strategic positions, Mongar Dzong is located on a small gentle slope just above the town. A visit to Mongar Dzong shows one how traditional Bhutanese architecture has continued to thrive through the centuries. 
• Overnight stay -Mongar

Day 6: Mongar to Bumthang

The drive between Mongar & Jakar is one of the most spectacular drives in the country. When crossing the Thrumsing La (Bhutan’s highest pass at 3,800m) we are now officially departing eastern Bhutan. The drive across the Thrumshing La pass and the subsequent descent from high altitude pine forest to lush pastures is long and at times tiring, the constant natural vegetation variation and change makes it one of the most exciting drives here in the country.Enroute visit the Ura valley, the highest valley in Bumthang and believed by some to have been the home of the earliest inhabitants of Bhutan. It allows us an insight into how the central Bhutanese live. The cobbled streets of the traditional village of Ura give a medieval feel. The old women of this region still wear sh2, 6eepskin shawls on their backs which double as a blanket and cushion. 
• Over in Bumthang

Day 7: Bumthang Sightseeing

Visit Jakar Dzong - pitched on a high ground overlooking the town junction, it was built as monastery in 1549 by the great grandfather of the Zhabdrung. It is now used as the administrative center for Bumthang district. 
• Visit Jambay Lhakang - built in 659 by Tibetan King Sontsen Gampo to pin down a demons who was obstructing the spread of Buddhism 
• Visit Kurjay Lhakang - (left-bottom), one of the most sacred monasteries in Bhutan. 
• Lunch in the town 
• Evening visit Me-Bar Tsho (Burning Lake) one of the most sacred sites in Bhutan, the holy lake is said to be one of the holiest lakes in Bhutan.

Day 8: Bumthang to Phobjikha (gangtay)

Trongsa, literally "New Town" in the Dzongkha language, is where the current monarchy had its origin in Bhutan. Each King in the line of succession has held the post of Trongsa Penlop or Governor before donning 

• the Raven Crown. Trongsa Dzong - The foundations of Trongsa Dzong were laid in the 16th century by by Pema Lingpa. The Dzong flourished during the 17th century under Shabdrung Ngwang Namgyal. With its massive structure, its wall looming high above the winding Mangde Chu Valley, the Dzong commands the east-west road. Taa Dzong - Built as a watchtower the Taa Dzong has since been turned into a Heritage Museum. A book on this prominent Dzong is written by Christian Schicklgruber entitled The Tower of Trongsa, Religion and Power in Bhutan 
• Overnight at Gnagtay

Day 9: Gangtay to Punakha

Breakast in the homestay 
• Visit crane centre 
• Village walk 
• Afternoon, visit Gangtay Goenpa 
• Drive to Punakha 
• Overnight stay at Punakha

Day 10: Punakha Sightseeing

Breakfast in the Hotel 
• Visit Khamsum Yully Namgyal Chorten - Hike 
• Visit Punakha Dzong 
• Walk on Longest National suspension Bridge 
• Leisure in town 
• Overnight stay at Punakha


  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Up to 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals on fixed menu
  • Sightseeing as per program
  • Transportation as per program
  • Tourism licensed Guide throughout the tour.
  • Local SIM Card
  • Entries fees to monuments, museums mentioned in the program.


  • Beverages beyond entitlement
  • Personal Insurance
  • Laundry and communication
  • Gratuities
  • Places of visit beyond program
  • Other misc. expenditures of personal nature.

Rate Card

Cost Details

Pax Cost in US Dollars
1 person US$ 1140
2 persons US$ 1090 per person
3 persons and above US$ 970 per person

Payments Terms

1. Bank Address
(Correspondence Bank) : Standard Chartered Bank Ltd,
One Madison Avenue, New York,
FED ABA: 026002561

2. Beneficiary Bank Account : 358-202-171-9001 (USD A/C)

3. Beneficiary Bank : Bhutan National Bank, P.O Box 439,
GPO Building, Chang lam, Thimphu, Bhutan

4. Beneficiary/Ultimate Beneficiary : Account No; 0100024493001 of
Bhutan Introducing Nature and Culture
Maintained with BNBL, Thimphu, Bhutan

Terms & Conditions

  • Cancellations terms and conditions are as per the tourism council of Bhutan policy and subject to adherence.
  • Cancelled trips may be postponed without inviting any charges provided no refund is transacted.
  • Cancelled trip within 30 days or more prior to arrival - 20% cancellation charges from total amount applies.
  • Cancelled trip within 21 prior to arrival -50% cancellation charges from total amount applies.
  • Cancelled trip less than 15 prior to arrival -100% cancellation charges from total amount applies.
  • No refund for No Shows or Early Departures.
  • Company shall not be liable for any additional charges arising from any natural calamities like road blocks, flood, etc.
  • Unavoidable cancellations, no refund shall be made, will be kept as deposit for future trips.

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