My Dream Honeymoon
TOUR ID : NMT-16
We provide you an amazing package for newly wed couples to take a break to share some private and intimate moments that help establish love in their relationship.This privacy creates a special bond between two souls for a life time. The earliest trem for this in English was "Horny Moone", which was recorded as early as 1546.
The most popular honeymoon destination at this point of time is the 'Kingdom of Bhutan', which can be compared with the best destinations in the world.
A place in Bhutan named Bumthang is referred to as "Switzerland of Bhutan.
Day 1 : PHUENTSHOLING TO THIMPHU NIGHT HALT (172 KMS / 6 HRS)
Warm welcome on the time of arrival & forward to the immigration formalities with NAMAH Tours Representative and transfer the guests to Thimphu - The Gateway of Bhutan by Road from India to Phuentsholing is a thriving commercial center on the northern edge of the Indian Plains. On arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at Thimphu.
Day 2 : THIMPHU LOCAL S/SEEING NIGHT HALT THIMPHU
After refreshing breakfast drive to Thimphu the capital of Bhutan is a home of Royal family & way to visit Tashichhodzong, the main secretariat building which houses the throne room of His Majesty, the King. View of the Thimphu valley from BBS Tower is very captivating and will prove to be the perfect introduction to Thimphu. Some of the sites of religious nature are National Memorial Chorten; built in 1974 it was raised in the memory of the third King. The nature and wildlife lovers should not miss a visit to the National Zoo, which also houses National animal "Takin".The National Library (collections of holy scripts) and other places of interests are Buddha point. Overnight at Thimphu.
Day 3 : THIMPHU TO PHUNAKHA S/SEEING & NITE HALT (77 KMS / 3 HRS)
After refreshing Breakfast,drive from Thimphu to Punakha via Dochu-La-Pass (10,170 ft.). Continue towards Punakha visit Chime Lhakhang - The Temple of Fertility built in 15th century. Also visit Punakha Dzong. Chorten or Stupa at Dochula was constructed in 2004 by Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck to commemorate the Bhutan's victory over Terrorists. Other places of interests are Suspension Bridge and an amazing view of Mochu and Pochu river beside Punakha Dzong.On arrival check in at the hotel. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at Punakha.
Day 4 : PHUNAKHA TO PARO S/SEEING NIGHT HALT PARO (65 KMS / 2 HRS)
After refreshing breakfast drive from Thimphu to Paro on the way s/seeing to Visit the Ta Dzong, once a fortified lookout tower that is now the National Museum. Then walk down the trail to visit the Rinpung Dzong meaning "fortress of the heap of jewels". Next visit Kichu Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the country. From there you will be taken to the Drugyal Dzong (Bhutan Victory Fort), which was built in 1646 to commemorate Bhutan's victory over Tibetan invaders during the 1600s. On a clear day you can see Mount Jumolhari, Bhutan's second-highest mountain at 7,314meters.Overnight stay at Paro.
Day 5 : PARO TAKTSANG HIKING & NIGHT HALT
After refreshing breakfast depart to Taktsang base camp(Tiger's Nest) Monastery, which is Bhutan's most famous monastery situated at 3180 meters. Guru Rinpoche (the great spiritual master) is said to have flown on the back of a tigress to meditate in a cave where Taktsang Monastery now stands. The Monastery is perched on the edge of a steep cliff, about 900 meters above Paro Valley. Other places of interest are Paro view point and the view of Airport on the way. Overnight at Paro.
Day 6 : PARO TO PHUENTSHOLING DROP (170 KMS / 6 HRS)
After refreshing breakfast check-out from the Hotel and transfer to Phuentsholing for your return journey.
Incluions & Exclusion
- Accommodation is on twin sharing basis
- Meals : breakfast at all places
- Transfers from one place to another
- Sightseeing in private cars
- Vehicle will be provided based on the itinerary
- All current taxes such as hotel taxes and transportation taxes
- Entrance fees at the monuments/ temples
- Meals not mentioned in inclusions
- Personal Expenses / Purchase of things
- Any kind of insurance
- Any increase in the govt. taxes and state taxes
- Anything not mentioned in the itinerary.
DOS & DON’T WHILE IN BHUTAN
- Taking pictures inside the alters of the dzongs (fortress), temples and monasteries is strictly prohibited.
- Take off your hats in front of the dzongs, temples and national flags.
- Visitors should be properly dressed with long sleeves shirts and pants to visit dzongs, temples, monasteries, schools and any government institutions.
- Always walk clockwise well crossing the dzongs, temples, monasteries, prayer flags or religious artifacts.
- Get permission before you take the pictures of the people and religious items.
- Do not give sweets, money, pencils, pens etc, to the children.
- Although Bhutan is safe, we advise you to keep your valuable items like wallets, cameras, passport etc in safe place.
- Be careful with street dogs and domestic dogs, do not tease or play with them as they are not friendly in Bhutan. Sometime dogs are nuisance at night too.
- Please do not forget to check your arrival/departure dates, time, sector and email one day prior to your arrival in Bhutan.
- Guest are requested to keep an eye on the weather conditions of Bhutan before arrival of tours. So as to bring proper clothings as required for the tour.
- Public displays of affection between men and women, men and men and women and women are not common. Please refrain from doing this in public places.
- Smoking in public places is not allowed in Bhutan.
- Buying of antiques from Bhutan is strictly monitored by the custom at the check points. Please always buy goods with cash memo or original bills/invoices.