Day 1 -Paro .
Our representative will meet you at Paro airport.After lunch Sightseeing in Paro includes visit to National Museum- At the top of the hill above Paro Dzong is an old structure that was renovated in 1968 to house the National Museum, also known as Ta-Dzong. The museum is a local, as well as a tourist, attraction. Among the exhibits is a spectular collection of Thangkas, both ancient and modern. Of particular importance are thangkas depicting Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the first Je-Khenpo (Chief Abbot of Bhutan) and the first Druk Desi. There is a display of Bhutan’s extensive Philatelic collection on the top floor. At the end of the gallery a doorway leads to the Tshogshing Lhakhang, the temple of the Tree of Wisdom, which was built between 1965 and 1968. This museum offers a great orientation in Bhutan's in History, cultural, religious, natural and economic life. After that visit Kyichu Temple which was built by King of Tibet during the 7 th century in order to subdue gigantic demoness who was laying over the Himalayan, so the King of Tibet decided to build 108 temples all over her body to pin down the demon and later in the afternoon the Rimpong Dzong . over night hotel in Paro
Day 02- Paro to Thimphu
After breakfast drive to Thimphu 2 hours drive crossing the the chuzom bridge where the Paro and Thimphu river meet together, you will see the three style of stupa built for the subdue iron of evil spirits. Sight seeing in Thimphu includes National Memorial Chorten, which was built in the year 1974 in memory of the third king Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, which there are finely executed wall paintings and delicately fashioned statues which provides deep insight into Buddhist philosophy, visit to Changangkha Temple- which is one of the oldest temple in Thimphu valley founded in the 12th century. Then visit Drupthob monastery, is the monastery for nuns and you can view the town and Tashichhoe Dzong from there. The Folk heritage museum is replica of medieval farm-house and is patronized by His Majesty the Queen Sangay Choden Wangchuck to protect the textile heritage of Bhutan. There are some old collections along with the display of vegetable dyes and materials used for Textiles. Traditional hospital, then visit the Handicrafts Emporium, which displays a wide range of the traditional handicrafts for which Bhutan is renowned. After that visit to takin zoo in upper Mothithang. Over night hotel in Thimphu.
Day 3-Thimphu to Paro-Hike to Tiger Nest (Taktshang).
After breakfast drive to Paro -hike to Taktsang- The Hike to Tiger Nest (Taktshang)Taktsang is the most famous of Bhutan’s for sceneMonasteries perched on the side of the cliff 900m above the floor of Paro Valley, where the only sounds of wind and water and the chanting of monks. The name means ‘Tiger’s Nest; the Guru is said to have flown to the site of the monastery on the back of a tigress. The trail is broad and the walk uphill takes you a little more than a 1000ft above the Paro valley. The view of Taktsang monastery built on the cliff is a spectacular sight. It is a great pilgrim site for the Buddhists and also it is one of the most sacred sites in the Himalayan world, a pilgrimage destination for devout Buddhists. For a close look at the cliff-hanging site, hike about 2 hrs up hills to a view point’s directly opposite the monastery a hilltop filled with prayer flags. From here Taktsang is clearly seen, clinging to a sheer rock wall 3000 ft above the valleys floor, at an altitude of 10,000ft. Beyond the viewpoint, the path is narrow and steep as it climbs to a point above the temple, from where walkers descend to the building itself. Restoration after a fire in 1998 is now almost completed. The main deity of Taktsang is Dorji Drolo, the wrathful form of Guru Rinpoche, the precious Teacher, also known as Padmasambhava The great tantric mystic is said to have flown here on the back of a tiger, a manifestation of his consort, Yeshi Tsogyal, when he brought the teachings of the Buddhist Dharma to Bhutan in the 8 th century. The image of Dorji Drolo inside the temple is shown standing on a tiger. There are 13 sacred sites at Taktsang, and several meditation caves in the cliffs above.Many saints have meditated here, not only Guru Rinpoche but also Milarepa and the female yogin Machig Labdronma. Here you can meditate awhile before beginning the descent. You will have lunch at Tiger nest cafeteria and after lunch we will visit to see archery and finally visit to farm house, Overnight hotel in Paro
Day 4- Departure and Back to your destination.