Bhutan Grand Journey

11 days from $4,796 per person*
  • Watch weavers create their handiwork in Chhume Valley.
  • Step back in time with visits to monasteries with private guide.
  • Stroll through quaint villages in Jakar led by your expert guide.
  • Private transfers throughout.
  • Featuring expertly selected hotels.
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Voyage to the heart of the mystical mountain kingdom of Bhutan and unveil the beauty and wisdom of a sacred nation. This is the ultimate tour of Bhutan.

Step back in time and behold mountains, monasteries and magic on this spellbinding tour through the Himalayas. Meet the orange-robed monks learning the ancient traditions of Buddhism; visit the magnificent 12th-century temples of Thimphu; explore the stunning monasteries of the four valleys of Bumthang; journey to the fertile villages on the banks of the Pho Chu ad Mo Chu rivers; and much more. By day you’ll hike the fields and forests of the pristine countryside, and by night you’ll rest and recharge at a range of luxury hotels. The land of the Thunder Dragon is one of the most highly acclaimed travel destinations. You'll get insider access to a place that few others have experienced.

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Day
Activities Hotel & Meals
Hotel & Meals
  • Day 1 Paro to Thimphu
    Paro to Thimphu
    • Visa Fee - Visa Fee Included
    • Airport Meet & Greet
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    • Paro - Thimphu - Vehicle/Guide
    • Tour - Private - Explore Thimphu - Vehicle/Guide
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 2 Thimphu
    Thimphu
    • Tour - Private - Cheri Monastery, Thimphu Valley & Weekend Market - Vehicle/Guide
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 3 Thimphu to Gangtey
    Thimphu to Gangtey
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    • Thimphu - Gangtey [via Dochu-la pass & Wangduephodrang ] -
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 4 Gangtey
    Gangtey
    • Private - Phobjikha Valley & Gangtey Monastery
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 5 Gangtey to Bumthang
    Gangtey to Bumthang
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    • Gangtey - Bumthang [via Trongsa] - Vehicle/Guide
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 6 Bumthang
    Bumthang
    • Private - Bumthang Valley
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 7 Bumthang to Punakha
    Bumthang to Punakha
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    • Bumthang - Punakha -
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 8 Punakha
    Punakha
    • Private - Punakha Valley
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 9 Punakha to Paro
    Punakha to Paro
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    • Punakha - Paro [via Semtokha Dzong] -
    • Tour - Private - Explore Paro
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 10 Paro
    Paro
    • Tour - Private - Taktsang Monastery & Dumtseg Lhakhang
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 11 Paro
    Paro
    • Transfer - Private - Depart Airport - Vehicle/Guide
    • Supplement - Guide/Vehicle
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Day 1: Paro - Thimphu

Upon arrival in Paro, you will be required to present two passport photos to the immigration official for your Bhutan visa (included), which will be stamped into your passport. Once you pass through customs your guide and driver will be waiting for you.

For your added comfort, your guide will be waiting for you outside the customs area with a sign with your name on it. Your guide will assist you to co-ordinate meeting up with your private driver and accompany you to your accommodation.

You will be met on arrival at Paro airport by our local guide. Once you have completed all airport formalities, you will begin your drive toward Thimphu. This is a scenic journey and takes roughly 1.5 hours. On arrival in Bhutan's modern capital, you will check in at your hotel.

Visit the Changangkha Lhakhang, built in the 12th century, this is the oldest temple in Thimphu. It is hovering over a ridge above Thimphu, near Motithang. Lama Phajo Drukgom Zhigpo who hailed from Tibet chose this site to build this Lhakhang. The Lhakhang houses Chenrizig, an 11-headed, thousand-armed manifestation of Avolokitesawara. The prayer books in this Lhakhang are larger than the usual Buddhist texts. You can purchase some of the world’s most beautiful postage stamps, collector’s items and postcards at face value from the general post office, and you will also see the Bhutan National Bank. Next head to a local arts and crafts school, to visit with some local children, and then carry on to the Traditional Medicine Institute where ancient healing arts are still practiced. Finally, visit the Motithang Takin Preserve, which is a local wildlife reserve. Later, if time permits, take a stroll through the main streets to see the interesting Himalayan artifacts and textiles that make Bhutan famous.

Accommodation: Hotel Druk (4*)

Experience the unique and legendary hospitality of the Bhutanese people at, "The Druk. The Druk Group of Hotels, part of the "Tashi Group of Companies" offers you the warm hospitality of Bhutan in all its finesse and warmth. In a land rich in its heritage, culture and its warm hospitable people. The Druk brings to you hotels that define quality in its true meaning. Located in the heart of the capital city of Thimphu, this truly wonderful hotel offers you the most impeccable amenities and quality service that are unique for a memorable stay. In the heart of rolling mountains and drifting mist, the Thimphu Druk, offers a choice of Executive floor and Regular Floor with 53 elegantly appointed rooms.

Thimphu
Thimphu
Hotel Druk
Hotel Druk

Day 2: Thimphu

After breakfast begin your day of sightseeing with a visit to the weekend market to see local people selling and purchasing their staples. The market also has a few souvenir shops for visitors. Then embark on a drive 12 km north of Thimphu where you will participate in an hour long hike to Cheri Monastery. There will be enough time for individual contemplation, journaling, meditating, etc while visiting the monastery. Later, drive back to the hotel or to a local restaurant for lunch. In the afternoon observe traditional paper making from Daphnia and Edgeworthia shrub, and have a chance to purchase some beautiful writing sets from the factory. Next, visit the Handicraft Bazaar, a new project initiated by the Government that promotes locally produced handicrafts. Buy stunning kiras which can be used as bed covers or wall decoration, jewelry and much more.  Finally, visit Memorial Chorten built in 1974 to honor the memory of Late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, popularly known as the Father of Modern Bhutan. A multi-storied Stupa will introduce you to the vitality of Tantric Buddhism. Finish up back at your hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel Druk (4*)
Memorial Chorten
Memorial Chorten

Day 3: Thimphu - Gangtey

After an early breakfast in Thimphu, you will drive up to Dochu-la pass (3,088m/10,130ft) stopping briefly to take in the view and admire the chortens, Mani walls, and prayer flags which decorate the highest point on the road. If skies are clear, the high Himalayan peaks towards the northeast will be revealed in all of their glory. On a clear day, the following peaks can be seen from this pass (left to right): Masagang (7,158m), Tsendegang (6,960m), Terigang (7,060m), Jejegangphugang (7,158m), Kangphugang (7,170m), Zongaphugang (7,060m) a table mountain that dominates the isolated region of Lunana, and finally, Gangkar Puensum, the highest peak in Bhutan at 7,497m. Continue your drive onwards toward Gangtey, reaching Wangduephodrang in time for lunch. From here, it is a long, winding descent into the Wangduephodrang valley, which is about 1,700m below the pass. Take lunch at Wangduephodrang town and continue on the highway, following the scenic Dang Chu before climbing thru forests of bamboo and oak. Cross the Pele La pass, visit Radak Shang Temple and finally arrive at the hidden Phobjikha Valley. Take an evening stroll through the quaint village of Gangtey.

Accommodation: Dewachen Hotel (3.5*)

The Dewachen Hotel encircled is with pine forests in the hidden valley of Phobjikha – Gantey Gompa, home to the very rare Black Necked cranes, the Dewachen Hotel features sixteen double rooms, modern bathroom fittings, heavenly bedding comforts, and a restaurant with a magnificent view and the finest cuisine prepared by a professional chef. At Dewachen, guests will find each detail well thought of and the needs anticipated each time guests return. For enjoyment and recreation, Dewachen has a cocktail lounge, horse riding facilities, and cultural programs on request and for a fee. A traditional hot stone bath to unwind and end the day. With a capacity to accommodate 30 persons, the medium sized, convention hall equipped with support facilities can easily handle the most ambitious conventions.

Gangteng Gonpa
Gangteng Gonpa
Dewachen Hotel
Dewachen Hotel

Day 4: Gangtey

The valley of Gangtey is one of the most beautiful spots in Bhutan. The surprise of finding such a wide, flat valley without any trees after the hard climb through dense forests is augmented by an impression of vast space, and extremely rare experience in Bhutan where most of the valleys are tightly enclosed. Today explore the beautiful Phobjikha valley and visit Gangtey monastery. Perched on a small hill that rises from the valley floor, the Gangtey Monastery is the only Nyingmapa monastery on the western side of the Black Mountains, and is also the biggest Nyingmapa monastery in Bhutan. The Monastery is surrounded by a large village inhabited mainly by the families of the 140 Gomchens who take care of the Monastery. You will then visit the Black Neck Crane Center and depending on the season, you may be able to view the breeding cranes. Various walks can be arranged in this magnificent valley.

Accommodation: Dewachen Hotel (3.5*)
Gangtey
Gangtey

Day 5: Gangtey - Bumthang

This morning you will journey onward to Jakar (Bumthang). It is perhaps long, but certainly also memorable with dramatic landscapes of terraced farmland, deep river valleys and precariously perched farmhouses viewed from the only east west highway that has been ingeniously carved out of the mountain faces. Upon reaching Trongsa you may take time to stroll this quaint village and official perhaps visit the Trongsa Dzong, ancestral home to Bhutan’s monarch where you will often find novice monks reciting mantras or practicing on sacred horns, flutes or drums. Also see Ta Dzong (closed on Sun) which is the watchtower built to defend the Dzong. The drive onward to Bumthang takes you over the picturesque Yotong La and down into the Chhume Valley, home of Bhutan’s famous Yatra weaving. Here you will have a chance to browse the traditional textiles and perhaps see the weavers create their intricate handiwork. Upon arrival, check in at your hotel.

Accommodation: Jakar Village Lodge (3.5*)

Jakar village lodge is established in 1999, started by managing proprietor Gasey Lhendup. It is located just below the jakar dzong, commanding the most majestic view of the Chokor valley of Bumthang . The lodge is just a kilometer away from Chamkhar town,and five minutes walk from the Dzong. A decade of hard work has paid off some dividend to Gasey Lhendup, as his Hotel Jakar Village Lodge has been slotted at rank #21 amond the "Best Bed & Breakfast" establishment in Asia 2009, by trivago top hotel, largest European travel community. JVL has deluxe rooms, beautifully painted in traditional style, comfortably and tastefully furnished with the latest fittings and has high quality insulation, with heating in both rooms and toilets .

Jakar Dzong
Jakar Dzong
Jakar Village Exterior
Jakar Village Exterior

Day 6: Bumthang

Bumthang is the general name given to a group of four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura, with altitudes varying from 2,600 to 4,000M. This area is home to many ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries. Start your visit in Choekhor valley, approximately 1.5 hours from your hotel. You have choice to further explore Wangdichhoeling, home to the 2nd King, and the auspicious prayer wheels next door. Heading up the valley, you will take in the grand Kurje Lhakhang, one of the most sacred places in the kingdom as Bhutan’s “patron saint” Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) meditated here. From Kurje monastery, a tarmac road heads south along the right bank of the river to Jambey Lhakhang. This temple, erected by the Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo in the 7th century, is one of the two oldest in Bhutan (the other being Kyichu Lhakhang in Paro). After lunch, we will visit Tamshing Lhakhang, founded in 1501 by Pema Lingpa.  It contains interesting and ancient Buddhist wall paintings.  Later on we will visit Jakar Dzong, “the castle of the white bird”, and then take a stroll through Bumthang’s market area before returning to your hotel.

Accommodation: Jakar Village Lodge (3.5*)
Bumthang Valley
Bumthang Valley

Day 7: Bumthang - Punakha

Today’s journey back to Punakha will be a lengthy one at roughly 7 hours, and you will have lunch en route. Arrive into Punakha in the evening, and enjoy a night at leisure.

Accommodation: Damchen Resort (3*)

Damchen Resort is a charming place, situated conveniently close to Punakha town and river, it is of special reference for smaller groups. With its fascinating garden and overall ambience, the hotel exudes an atmosphere of quiet beauty and elegance.

Punakha
Punakha
Damchen Resort Exterior
Damchen Resort Exterior

Day 8: Punakha

Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan until 1955 and still it is the winter the seat of the Je Khenpo (Chief Abbot). Blessed with a temperate climate and fed by the Pho Chu (male) and Mo Chu (female) rivers, Punakha is the most fertile valley in the country. Today, you will begin with a hike up through the fields of rice along the banks of the Mo Chu to the upper end of the valley to see the Khamsum Yuelley Namgyal Chorten, a stunning monument recently built by the Queens and consecrated in 1999. Following the hike you will drive towards Khuruthang, passing Punthsho Pelri Palace and several other winter homes of the royal family before reaching the impressive Punakha Dzong. The Dzong was built in 1637 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to serve as the religious and administrative center of the region. Damaged over the centuries by four catastrophic fires and an earthquake, the Dzong has been fully restored in recent years by the present monarch. It is open for visitors during the Punakha festival (early spring) and in the summer months, after the monks body has returned to Thimphu. The Dzong is placed strategically at the junction of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers. This ancient fortress is the winter residence of the monastic order’s head and still serves as the administrative headquarters for the Punakha region. A picnic lunch will be served on the banks of the Punak Chu. In the evening, take a relaxing stroll around town.

Accommodation: Damchen Resort (3*)
Punakha Dzong
Punakha Dzong

Day 9: Punakha - Paro

This morning, set off for Paro after an early breakfast and en route visit Semtokha Dzong, “the place of profound tantric teaching”, which stands on a hill a few kilometers out of town. On arrival in Paro, check in at your hotel.

After lunch today, you will visit Ta Dzong, originally built as a watchtower, which now houses Bhutan’s National Museum. The extensive collection includes antique thangkha paintings, textiles, weapons & armor, household objects and a rich assortment of natural and historic artifacts. Walk down the trail to visit Rinpung Dzong, which has a long and fascinating history. Along the wooden galleries lining the inner courtyard are fine wall paintings illustrating Buddhist lore, such as the legend of the four friends, the old man of long life, the wheel of life, scenes from the life of Milarepa, Mount Sumeru and other cosmic mandalas. Along the way you will also see the 7th century Kyichu Lhakhang, one of 108 temples built in the Himalayas by the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo. The building of this temple marks the introduction of Buddhism in Bhutan. In the evening visit a traditional farmhouse for an opportunity to interact with a local family and gain insight into the local lifestyle and cultures.

Accommodation: Nak-Sel (4.5*)

Naksel, a community-based project that is eco friendly and Energy Saver efficient, blends the heritage of traditional Bhutanese architecture and the comfort of modern amenities. Elaborate hand-carved pillars and beautiful stonework exemplify the essence of Bhutan while tapered mud-brick walls provide insulation and restful silence.

Paro
Paro
Nak-Sel
Nak-Sel

Day 10: Paro

Today you will embark on an excursion to view the spectacular and famous Taktsang monastery. The trail to the monastery climbs through beautiful pine forest with many trees festooned with Spanish moss and the occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. The hike will take you past a small cafeteria if a break is needed.  Built in 1600’s, this incredible monastery clings to the edge of a sheer rock cliff that plunges 900 meters into the valley below. It is believed that, in the 8th century Guru Rimpoche, the tantric mystic who brought Buddhism to Bhutan, landed here on the back of a flying tigress to subdue a demon. Guru Rimpoche is believed to have meditated here for three months and this place is considered as a ‘Mecca’ for Buddhists. Lunch will be served at the cafeteria. After the hike, you will visit Dungtse Lhakhang. The uniqueness of this temple lies in the fact that it is in the form of a chorten, one of the very few that exists in Bhutan. The lhakhang was built in 1421 by the famous Tibetan lama, Thongten Gyelpo (1385-1465) who was also known as Changzampa or the builder of iron bridges. It is believed that a demoness was terrorizing the Paro valley and the very hill that the temple is built on turned out to be the demoness’s head. So he built a chorten shaped temple over the demoness’s head or the hills to overpower her, as chortens most of the time play the part of a nail that immobilizes a demon. This evening, once back to your hotel, you can take a leisurely guided walk of the town of Paro.

Accommodation: Nak-Sel (4.5*)
Taktsang Monestery
Taktsang Monestery

Day 11: Paro

Your guide will escort you to the airport for departure from Paro.

Accommodation:
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  • Your deposit is due immediately on booking (30% of program price, minimum $350). The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
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Hotel Druk (4*): Thimphu

Experience the unique and legendary hospitality of the Bhutanese people at, "The Druk. The Druk Group of Hotels, part of the "Tashi Group of Companies" offers you the warm hospitality of Bhutan in all its finesse and warmth. In a land rich in its heritage, culture and its warm hospitable people. The Druk brings to you hotels that define quality in its true meaning. Located in the heart of the capital city of Thimphu, this truly wonderful hotel offers you the most impeccable amenities and quality service that are unique for a memorable stay. In the heart of rolling mountains and drifting mist, the Thimphu Druk, offers a choice of Executive floor and Regular Floor with 53 elegantly appointed rooms.

Hotel Druk
Hotel Druk

Dewachen Hotel (3.5*): Gangtey

The Dewachen Hotel encircled is with pine forests in the hidden valley of Phobjikha – Gantey Gompa, home to the very rare Black Necked cranes, the Dewachen Hotel features sixteen double rooms, modern bathroom fittings, heavenly bedding comforts, and a restaurant with a magnificent view and the finest cuisine prepared by a professional chef. At Dewachen, guests will find each detail well thought of and the needs anticipated each time guests return. For enjoyment and recreation, Dewachen has a cocktail lounge, horse riding facilities, and cultural programs on request and for a fee. A traditional hot stone bath to unwind and end the day. With a capacity to accommodate 30 persons, the medium sized, convention hall equipped with support facilities can easily handle the most ambitious conventions.

Dewachen Hotel
Dewachen Hotel

Jakar Village Lodge (3.5*): Bumthang

Jakar village lodge is established in 1999, started by managing proprietor Gasey Lhendup. It is located just below the jakar dzong, commanding the most majestic view of the Chokor valley of Bumthang . The lodge is just a kilometer away from Chamkhar town,and five minutes walk from the Dzong. A decade of hard work has paid off some dividend to Gasey Lhendup, as his Hotel Jakar Village Lodge has been slotted at rank #21 amond the "Best Bed & Breakfast" establishment in Asia 2009, by trivago top hotel, largest European travel community. JVL has deluxe rooms, beautifully painted in traditional style, comfortably and tastefully furnished with the latest fittings and has high quality insulation, with heating in both rooms and toilets .

Jakar Village Exterior
Jakar Village Exterior
Dining
Dining

Damchen Resort (3*): Punakha

Damchen Resort is a charming place, situated conveniently close to Punakha town and river, it is of special reference for smaller groups. With its fascinating garden and overall ambience, the hotel exudes an atmosphere of quiet beauty and elegance.

Damchen Resort Exterior
Damchen Resort Exterior

Nak-Sel (4.5*): Paro

Naksel, a community-based project that is eco friendly and Energy Saver efficient, blends the heritage of traditional Bhutanese architecture and the comfort of modern amenities. Elaborate hand-carved pillars and beautiful stonework exemplify the essence of Bhutan while tapered mud-brick walls provide insulation and restful silence.

Nak-Sel
Nak-Sel
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
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    We found Kensington of great assistance in helping us extend our recent trip to Japan with days on private tour to Nagasaki, Hiroshima and Miyajima. Astrid Di Paolo was our Kensington travel designer and was a delight to work with - very conscientious and attentive to every detail of our trip.

  • Sydney L. — June 08, 2016 — Asia

    This trip was unforgettable. I start medical school in July and wanted to do one last family trip before starting school (and no longer having summers). China and Tibet were unbelievable. The Holy Lake and Great Wall pictures alone were worth the money spent on the trip. My father loved the monasteries in Tibet as well. He is a history nerd and loved hearing the stories from 600 AD and witnessing the great stupas. Nepal was amazing as well, although I would have loved to have seen the sites before the earthquakes. All of our guides were friendly, knowledgeable and took the time to make sure we had enough water and were safe. Would recommend Kensington Tours to all of my friends and will definitely book again using them!

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    The local guides were very sweet, knowledgeable and accommodating to our itinerary desires.

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    That was the single greatest experience of my life.

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    We were very impressed by the quality of the tour. Everything worked as planned - our guides met us on time every time, the hotels were well selected and met our needs precisely, the itinerary was well chosen. We would like to call out the expertise and friendliness of our guides. They added immensely to the success of the trip. All of the guides were great but we want to especially express appreciation for the guides in Ho Chi Minh City and Angkor Wat. They helped make us feel like we were speaking with friends about the countries and places they lived in.

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