Day 01:  Bagdogra Airport/NJP Railway Station to Gangtok (126 kms/04 hrs):
Transfer from NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra Airport to Gangtok. Overnight at Gangtok.

Day 02: Gangtok
Excursion to Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir & Nathula Pass* (can be arrange on direct payment basis). Overnight at Gangtok.

Day 03: Gangtok 
Gangtok local sightseeing covering Bakthang Falls, Enchey Monastery, Banjhakri Falls, Cottage Industry, Do-Drul Chorten, Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Flower show and Handicraft Centre. Overnight at Gangtok.

Day 04: Gangtok to Darjeeling (105 kms/05 hrs):
Transfer from Gangtok to Darjeeling. Overnight at Darjeeling.

Day 05:  Darjeeling
Darjeeling local sightseeing covering Tiger Hill Sunrise Point, Batasia Loop, Ghoom Monastery, Darjeeling Zoo, Mountaineering Institute, Tea garden, Tenzing Rock, Gombu Rock, Tibetan Refugee center, Lebong Race Course Area and Toy Train Joy Ride (can be arrange on direct payment basis). Overnight at Darjeeling.

Day 06 Darjeeling to Phuntsholing (184 kms/05 hrs)
Transfer from Darjeeling to Phuntsholing. Overnight at Phuntsholing.

Day 07 Phuentsholing – Thimphu (175 kms/05 hrs)
Transfer from Phuentsholing to Thimphu enroute visit Zangtho peleri Gumba, Crocodile Park, Kharbandi Gumba, Chukha Dam (Top View) Road view Sightseeing. Overnight at Thimphu.

Day 08 Thimphu
Thimpu local sightseeing covering BBS Tower, Saarc Building, Handicraft Emporium, Buddha Point, Folk Heritage Museum, Memorial Chorthen and make permit for Punakha Dochula. Overnight at Thimphu.

Day 09: Thimphu to Paro Via Punakha (220 kms/06 hrs)
Transfer from Thimphu to Paro enroute visit Punakha Dzong & Dochula Pass. Overnight at Paro.

Day 10: Paro
Paro local sightseeing covering Drukgyel Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, View of Mt. Chomolhari, Kichu Lhakhang, Paro Museum & Tiger Nest. Overnight at Paro.

Day 11: Paro to Phuentsholing (170 km/05 hrs)
Transfer from Paro to Phuntsholing. Overnight at Phuntsholing.

Day 12: Phuentsholing to Bagdogra Airport/NJP Railway Station (170 kms/04 hrs)
Transfer from Phuntsholing to NJP Railway Station/Bagdogra Airport. Tour End.

Nathula Pass : Nathula Pass is Subject to the availability of Permit from Military Regulation and Weather Condition.

Note : Nathula Pass closed on Monday & Tuesday.
Gangtok : A Travel, Tour, Tourism, Holiday, Vacation and Leisure Destination

Amazingly charming, enjoyably rowdy and wreathed in mists - Gangtok, the capital city of the Sikkim can likewise give you a stupendous perspective on Mt. Kanchenjunga, at a removed horizon. The perfect slope station settled in mountains and mists is additionally a base for a ton of trekkers to the Himalayan mountain ranges. The entrancing kaleidoscopic excellence and the wonderful winding slope streets are much increasingly amazing whenever seen from a superior view in a link vehicle.

The name significance slope top, Gangtok can be securely said to be one of the most wonderful slope stations in the nation. With everything in simply the appropriate sum from a mix of social characters to urbanization, Gangtok is a breathing and dynamic piece of heaven of the upper east. It has an astonishing perspective on mount Kanchenjunga, the third most elevated mountain crest on the planet. Additionally like everything around it, Gangtok is bottomless in normal magnificence and has different characteristic attractions, for example, the Tsomgo Lake, Ban Jhakri falls, Tashi perspective and then some. Different spots to visit incorporate the Enchey Monastery, Do Drul Chorten, Rumtek Monastery, and so on. Additionally, waterway Teesta is perhaps the best spot for wilderness boating in North East India.

Tourist Attractions at Gangtok:

Tsomgo Lake:  40 km from Gangtok and at an elevation of 12,400 ft, the ethereally wonderful Tsomgo lake is an unquestionable requirement on each guest agenda. A twisting street through tough mountain landscape and sharp bluffs takes you to Tsomgo, which means wellspring of the water in Bhutia language. The lake gets its water from the dissolving snows of the mountains encompassing the lake. Of amazing magnificence, the lake appears to be unique at various seasons. In winter the peaceful lake stays solidified with the region around it canvassed in day off in pre-summer the bounty of blossoms in sprout includes an uproar of hues around the lake.

Tsomgo Lake is open for both Indian and remote nationals, anyway outside guests must be in a gathering of at least two and need to apply for a guests grant through an enrolled travel organization.

Baba Mandir: Baba Mandir is a recognized touring spot of Sikkim. This "Mandir" or altar is devoted to "Baba" Harbhajan Singh, who was a warrior of the Indian Army. He died close to the Nathula Pass in eastern Sikkim, India. It is located to near Tsomgo Lake.

Harbhajan Singh was conceived in the Sadrana town of Gujranwala region (Presently in Pakistan) into a Sikh family on August 30, 1946. On ninth February 1966 he got selected into the Punjab Regiment of Indian armed force as a sepoy. The year 1968 brought devastation mishap for the conditions of Sikkim and North Bengal, as they were under the fierceness of catastrophic event. Floods, avalanches and substantial precipitation asserted a large number of lives in the two states. Sepoy Harbhajan Singh made a massive commitment during this time in helping the sufferers to support. On October 4, 1968, while he was moving from Tuku La, his unit central command to Donguchui La, Harbhajan Singh all of a sudden slipped and fell into a quick streaming nullah and tragically suffocated. Solid water ebb and flow conveyed his body for around 2 kms from the site of the mishap. He was looked with all endeavors, however his body disappeared. On the fifth day of his missing, his individual Pritam Singh had a fantasy, where Harbhajan Singh himself educated him regarding his lamentable demise and he likewise referenced that his body is lying underneath the load of snows. Harbhajan Singh likewise communicated the powerful urge to have a samadhi made after him. Be that as it may, Pritam Singh did not pay much significance to his fantasy. In any case, later, when Harbhajan Singh's body was found at the very place, which he had referenced in the fantasy, all were shocked. Furthermore, to respect his desire, a samadhi was constructed which is referred to today as Baba Mandir.

Tashi View Point: It's situated in Tashi and about 8kms from the Gangtok town. It offers a broad perspective on Kanchenjunga snow crests on a sunny morning.

Bakthang Falls: This is a magnificent cascade situated on the North Sikkim Highway towards Tashi View Point and about 3kms from Gangtok town. While visiting Tashi View point or restoring, it merits ceasing at this roadside cascade for at some point. While the stature of the fall isn't much, it's the width of the fall that makes it so delightful. The wellspring of the water is at Ratey Chu. The streaming water falls over a shade of green creepers. It's a magnificent sight to take pictures.

Gunjan Monastery: Gonjang Monastery is situated around 6 km away from the core of Gangtok town close Tashi View point at a height of 6066 feet. The religious community was built up in the year 1981 and the originator is H.E. Tingkye Gonjang Rimpoche. He was surrendered as a manifestation of Yelmo Terton Ngakchang Shakya Zangpo, a fifteenth century Nyingma Terton. The cloister pursues Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism, notwithstanding, the Bodhisattvas gods revere are not quite the same as the other Nyingma dad religious community and that is the thing that it makes the religious community novel.

Ban Jhakri Falls: Ban Jhakri Falls is around 10-12 kilometers from Gangtok while in transit to Ranka. Ban Jhakri Falls is another touring goal for voyagers, its compound spreads on 2 two sections of land of land. The primary fascination of the recreation center is the cascades which falls from a rough tallness of very nearly 40 feet and dives down with extreme power. Around the cascades nurseries have been wonderfully arranged and the spot is additionally enhanced with a few statues of Ban Jhakri, Lyam Lymay, Mangpas and Lepcha precursors.

Cottage Industry and Handicraft Centre: It is situated at about a kilometer tough from the primary market of Gangtok. It was built up, in 1957 to advance the assembling and clearance of nearby crafted works, rugs and furniture.

Do Drul Chorten: The Do-Drul Chorten or Stupa was worked by the Venerable Trulshi Rimpoche, leader of the Nyingma request of Tibetan Buddhism in 1945. Inside this stupa, there are finished mandala sets of Dorjee Phurba (Bajra Kilaya), a lot of Kan-gyur relics (Holy Books), total 'Zung'(mantras) and different religious articles. Around this Chorten, which is one of the most significant stupas in Sikkim, are 10 Mani-Lhakor (petition wheels). These supplication wheels are turned by the ardent Buddhist while reciting "Hail to the gem in the Lotus", to conjure the Buddhisattva.

Namgyal Institute of Tibetology: The Namgyal Institute of Tibetology (NIT), Gangtok, Sikkim is a significant reference focus in the realm of Buddhist investigations. Housed in generally styled Tibetan design, this remarkable organization was built up in 1958 to advance investigation into Mahayana Buddhism and Tibetan culture. It contains one of the world's biggest accumulations of Buddhist books and original copies, in addition to statuettes, thangkas (Tibetan fabric compositions) and holy protests It houses a historical center, a Tibetan library and a general reference focus on Tibet and the Himalayas. The Institute is situated in excellent sylvan environment. The establishment stone of the organization was laid by the fourteenth Dalai Lama on the tenth of February 1957 and it was opened formally by the Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 1 October 1958.

Flower Exhibition Centre: the Flower Exhibition Center which holds the yearly Orchid appear. Inside the zone isn't extremely enormous however it has astonishing accumulations of blooms of various sorts, If you are a blossom sweetheart, at that point this is the spot for you. Be that as it may, the best time is between March to June when the Orchids are in full blossom and put in plain view. all segments and blossoming plants are named with the goal that you realize which is the thing that.
Darjeeling : A Travel, Tour, Tourism, Holiday, Vacation and Leisure Destination

Lying within the lap of lesser himalayas, Darjeeling is one of the most popular traveller spots in India. The queen of the hills is a himalayan town within the indian State of West Bengal. It's miles across the world famed as a tourist vacation spot for its awesome view of Mt. Kanchandzonga, along side its tea industry and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a unesco world history site. One could have the view of entire singalila range at the side of Mt. Kanchandzonga. The eye caching valleys, meandering rivers and of path the plush green tea gardens are the unique features of Darjeeling.

Tourist Attractions at Darjeeling:

Tiger Hill: Whilst we constantly communicate approximately the sweeping views of sunrise from tiger hill and the view of the colossal kanchenjunga with many different snow clad jap himalayan peaks from right here, but we infrequently talk approximately the summit of tiger hill itself. Proper that the blaze of swiftly converting colours of the snow peaks because the solar moves is an tremendous view, however tiger hill is extremely good even in any other case. It's a destination through itself imparting not just high-quality views at some point of sunrise, it's an area where you can soak your self with himalayan beauty each time at some stage in the day. Tiger Hill is located 11kms (6.8 miles) from Darjeeling town and above Ghum. It's the highest point in Darjeeling hills at an altitude of 8482 feet (or 2590 meters).

Batasia Loop: Batasia Loop was worked in 1919 as a designing necessity to bring down the angle of rising of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. Now, the track spirals around over itself through a passage and over a ridge. After Ghoom (the most elevated railroad station), there is a sharp fall as the toy train moves towards Darjeeling. There was no chance a restricted measure toy train could explore the extraordinary fall of around 100 feet to the inclination of the slant. Along these lines, a huge round territory was worked for the circle to make the incline delicate. 

Batasia implies breezy space. The Loop fills a fundamental need for the toy train but on the other hand is a fascination in itself. The circle circumvents a nursery. The mountain nursery is enhanced with crisp green grass, occasional and lasting blossoms and bushes. There are seating territories where one can see the train chugging down the slant. There is a War Memorial at the focal point of the Batasia Loop. This dedication was built in 1995 by the District Sainik Board, Darjeeling in remembrance of the daring Gorkha Soldiers, who relinquished their life to secure the sway of the Nation. There is a Cenotaph and a statue of a trooper paying respect at a raised stage.

Ghoom Monastery (Yiga Choeling Monastery)A good ways off of 1 km from Ghoom Railway Station and 6 km from Darjeeling, otherwise called Yiga Choeling Monastery, is a Buddhist religious community arranged at Ghoom close to the wonderful slope town of Darjeeling. It is one of the most seasoned and most famous Tibetan Buddhist religious communities in the district of Darjeeling and furthermore one of the must visit puts in Darjeeling. 

Yiga Choeling Monastery was set up in 1850 CE by the Mongolian celestial prophet and priest Sokpo Sherab Gyatso, who was the leader of the religious community until 1905 CE. The Monastery has a place with Gelugpa or the Yellow Hat group. This is the main ever Tibetan Buddhist religious community to be worked in the Darjeeling area. During the Chinese control of 1959 in Tibet numerous high positioning priests fled to India and took shelter in this cloister. 

The cloister is known for its 15 feet high statue of Maitreya Buddha or Gyalwa Shampa, which means the Buddha of things to come or the Coming Buddha. This statue was made during the residency of the second leader of the religious community Lama Domo Geshe Rinpoche (1910 - 1952). This is one of the greatest and most established statues of Buddha in Darjeeling region. This statue was made with mud that was altogether brought from Tibet. Before the Buddha's statue there are two immense oil lights that continue consuming consistently.

Darjeeling Zoo (Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park): Try not to limit Darjeeling Zoo up 'til now another average one that you find in a city. This is the place you can really observe a portion of the high height stunning Himalayan creatures and some imperiled species that are infrequently observed anyplace else on the planet. In India, this is the biggest high elevation zoo. It ranges crosswise over 67.5 sections of land of region at a normal elevation of 7,000ft (2133m). India's previous Prime Minister late Indira Gandhi devoted this zoo in memory of Padmaja Naidu. She was an ex Governor of West Bengal and the little girl of Sarojini Naidu, a national head and an artist. 

From that point forward the zoo is authoritatively known as the Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, however more usually as Darjeeling Zoo. This zoo which is situated at the Birch Hill territory (presently known as Jawahar Parvat) was set up in 1958. It was then known as the Himalayan Zoological Park. Darjeeling Zoo is currently among the best zoos on the planet. This is the first zoo in Quite a while to get the esteemed global honor "The Earth Heroes" 2014 out of more than 300 zoos around the world. This yearly grant is given away by Royal Bank of Scotland as a team with the British Government. Explanation behind this honor is... it has made a brilliant showing of moderating Himalayan creatures and ranches while having some expertise in reproducing creatures that are utilized to Alpine conditions.

Himalayan Mountaineering Institute: The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (HMI) is one of the chief mountaineering establishments on the planet. Established on November fourth, 1954 by none other than Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the principal Prime Minister of India, the foundation is situated in the pleasant slope station of Darjeeling. 

Darjeeling is additionally the main residence of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, the primary human to go to the most noteworthy pinnacle of Mount Everest alongside Sir Edmund Hillary. Also, it was in HMI that Tenzing burned through a large portion of his post-Everest rising period as Director of Field Training. HMI is currently an unmistakable milestone of Darjeeling and a Center of vacation spot, it directions a glorious perspective on Mount Kanchenjunga, the third most noteworthy crest on the planet.

Tenzing Rock and Gombu Rock: Tenzing Rock, an enormous normal shake in Darjeeling is named in the wake of Tenzing Norgay, the man who made history by climbing the Everest first time alongside Edmund Hillary in 1953. 

Inverse to this is the Gombu Rock named after Nawang Gombu, nephew of Tenzing who was the primary individual to climb the Everest twice, once in 1963 and after that in 65. He took over as the Director of Field Training at Himalayan Mountaineering Institute in the wake of Tenzing resigned in 1976. Both these stones are utilized for shake climbing preparing by HMI.

Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center: The Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center was begun on October 2, 1959. Following the sensational departure of His Holiness the Dalai Lama during that time of anarchy, a large number of our individual compatriots, leaving hearth and home, fled into neighboring nations so they could live as free people. 

The generation of painstaking work keeps on being our pillar both as far as movement just as its wellspring of pay. Until this point in time, the Center has been sending out to 36 nations everywhere throughout the world. A portion of the conventional things are Tibetan rugs, thankas, wood cut things like collapsing tables, outlines, inside decorations, metal things like bronze and copper pots, supplication haggles things, for example, gentlemen and women boots and shoes.
Phuentsholing : A Travel, Tour, Tourism, Holiday, Vacation and Leisure Destination

Phuentsholing is a border metropolis to the north of the plains of the Duars vicinity of West Bengal. located on the foot hills of the Himalayas, it serves as the primary buying and selling corridor to West Bengal and the rest of the states of India. Phuentsholing can be reached with the aid of street from Sikkim, Darjeeling and Siliguri. the closest airport is Bagdogra(168kms), you could fly from any of the essential cities of India to Bagdogra and drive to Phuentsholing, from right here it takes approximately five-6hrs both to Paro or to Thimphu. as it serves as a port of entry to tourists, it has best a very few locations to see around. places you could see are Kharbandi Gompa(Rinchending) constructed via the Royal Grandmother in 1967 as her wintry weather house, the temple includes of the artwork of the existence of the Buddha and the statues of Shabdrung Nawang Namgyal and Guru Rimpoche. From the temple the view of Phuentsholing city and the plains under is notable.
Thimphu : A Travel, Tour, Tourism, Holiday, Vacation and Leisure Destination

The Kingdom's capital city is home to around 100,000 occupants including the Royal family. This clamoring little city is the fundamental focus of trade, religion and government in the nation. The juxtaposition of antiquated custom and innovation make Thimphu the perfect area for guests to split away from their visit schedule to submerge themselves in the contemporary Bhutanese way of life. 

Thimphu is the most present day city in Bhutan with a plenitude of eateries, web bistros, dance club and strip malls. In any case, despite everything it holds its social personality and qualities in the midst of the indications of modernization. 

The way of life of Bhutan is completely reflected in Thimphu in regard of religion, traditions, national clothing standard, the religious acts of the cloisters, music, move, writing and the media. Tshechu is a significant celebration where cover moves, prevalently known as Chams, are performed in the patios of the Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu. It is a four-day celebration held each year during harvest time (September/October), on dates comparing to the Bhutanese schedule. One of the most inquisitive highlights of Thimphu is that it is the main capital city on the planet that doesn't utilize traffic lights. Rather, a couple of significant crossing points have police officers remaining in intricately adorned stalls (little structures), coordinating traffic with overstated hand movements.

Tourist Attractions at Thimphu:

BBS Tower: Bhutan Broadcasting Service Tower or BBS Tower is at a rise of 2,865 meters which offers a wonderful perspective in general town of Thimphu. Otherwise called Sangaygang Viewpoint, this is extremely mainstream among guests on account of the wonderful display of the rich valleys that it gives. The course to the Wangditse Goemba beginning starting here is an explorers and mountain bikers most loved trail. The Tower is a 10 mins drive from Motithang Takin Preserve. It has numerous photogenic spots, however ensure you don't snap photos of the media transmission establishments.

Saarc Building: Gladly lodging the national get together, SAARC Building in Thimphu was worked during the 1990s to hold SAARC gatherings and gatherings. It is situated close Trashi Chho Dzong crosswise over Wang Chhu. An engineering wonder, the structure is bright and dynamic. Since it is a significant government site, passage isn't permitted because of security reasons. In any case, the structure is a decent view from outside.

Handicraft Emporium: This administration run gift emporium has fixed costs and there's a decent scope of veils, depictions, materials, and cut wooden things, for example, conventional nourishment bowls and arra pots.

Buddha Point (Buddha Dordenma): The Buddha Dordenma is located atop a hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park and overlooks the Southern entrance to Thimphu Valley. The statue fulfils an ancient prophecy dating back to the 8th century A.D that was discovered by Terton Pema Lingpa (Religious Treasure Discoverer) and is said to emanate an aura of peace and happiness to the entire world.

This massive statue of Shakyamuni measures in at a height of 51.5 m, making it one of the largest statues of Buddha in the world. The statue is made of bronze and is gilded in gold. 125,000 smaller Buddha statues have been placed within the Buddha Dordenma statue; 100,000 statues of which are 8-inches-tall and 25,000 statues of which are 12 inches tall. Each of these thousands of Buddhas have also been cast in bronze and gilded. The throne that the Buddha Dordenma sits upon is a large meditation hall.

Folk Heritage Museum: Situated in the capital city of Thimphu, this exhibition hall was set up in 2001 and furnishes guests and travelers with captivating experiences into the Bhutanese material culture and lifestyle. The Folk Heritage Museum is set inside a three celebrated, nineteenth century conventional house. 

The exhibition hall gives you a look at the customary Bhutanese way of life, notwithstanding ancient rarities from provincial families; it additionally shows a noteworthy accumulation of normal family unit items, apparatuses and gear. The exhibition hall likewise composes customary showings of provincial conventions, aptitudes, propensities and traditions just as facilitating instructive projects for youngsters.

Memorial Chorthen: The Memorial Chorten, otherwise called Thimphu Chorten/Memorial Stupa is probably the tallest landmark in Thimphu. Situated in the southern focal piece of the city, in Doeboom Lam, the Stupa draws in travelers from all around the world with its rich engineering. The Chorten is a spot that would give you an understanding into Buddhism through its extraordinary work of art, divider carvings and grand models. This antiquated landmark features Buddhist culture, filling in as an incredible spot to meander around while getting a charge out of the air of the site. 

It was worked in the respect of Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the third ruler of Bhutan and the father of present day Bhutan. It is decorated with statues and artistic creations committed to the lord greatness. The design of this spot is magnificent and is a feature of the town. Flooding with harmony and tranquility, the Thimphu Chorten is really a marvel to watch.
Punakha : A Travel, Tour, Tourism, Holiday, Vacation and Leisure Destination

Punakha Dzongkhag has been inseparably connected with earth shattering events in Bhutanese history. It filled in as the capital of the nation from 1637 to 1907 and the main national gathering was facilitated here in 1953. Punakha Dzong isn't just the second most seasoned and second biggest dzong however it additionally has one of the most lofty structures in the nation. 

Punakha Dzong was worked at the conversion of two significant waterways in Bhutan, the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu, which unite in this valley. It is a particularly delightful sight on radiant days with daylight reflecting off the water onto its white-washed dividers. 

Notwithstanding its auxiliary magnificence, Punakha Dzong is remarkable for containing the protected survives from Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the unifier of Bhutan just as a consecrated relic known as the Ranjung Karsapani. This relic is a self-made picture of Avalokiteswara that phenomenally rose up out of the vertebrae of Tsangpa Gyarey, the author of the Drukpa School when he was incinerated. 

Punakha valley has a charming atmosphere with warm winters and sweltering summers. It is situated at a normal height of 1200 m above ocean level. Inferable from the positive climatic conditions, rice has turned into the principle money yield developed in the district.

Paro : A Travel, Tour, Tourism, Holiday, Vacation and Leisure Destination

Paro valley reaches out from the conversion of the Paro Chhu and the Wang Chhu streams at Chuzom up to Mt. Jomolhari at the Tibetan fringe toward the North. This pleasant district is perhaps the greatest valleys in the realm and is canvassed in fruitful rice fields and has a wonderful, crystalline waterway wandering down the valley. 

Complementing the normal magnificence are the exquisite, customary style houses that dab the valley and encompassing slopes. One of the unmistakable highlights of Paro town is that it is arranged in a level valley base and pursues a matrix like example. The focal square is decorated with an enormous petition haggle little amphitheater where occasions are held consistently. 

There are more than 155 sanctuaries and religious communities in the region, some dating as far back as the 14th century. The nation's sole universal air terminal is additionally situated in the locale. Its nearness to the recorded and strict locales in the area has brought about the advancement of a variety of rich, very good quality traveler resorts making Paro one of the principle goal for guests.

Tourist Attractions at Paro:

Drukgyel Dzong: Presently in ruins, Drukgyel Dzong is a post which was worked in 1649 to check the triumph of Bhutan over Tibet. On the off chance that you need to see the entrancing stone work of the Dzongs of the past, at that point this is the spot to go to. On moving to the highest point of the remains, an astounding perspective on the valley welcomes you, trying. 

Situated in the upper piece of Paro area, the fire that tore open in 1951 overwhelmed the Drukgyel Dzong on fire and left it in the present circumstance. The endeavors have been begun by the administration to remake it and breath life into it back and brilliance which it merits. In spite of its demolished express, its glory has not lessened even a piece. Maybe that is the reason it is an UNESCO structure and draws in a huge number of eyeballs from everywhere throughout the world consistently.

Rinpung Dzong: Rinpung Dzong, otherwise called Paro Dzong, is a conventional Bhutan engineering in style with a complex of yards, sanctuaries, workplaces and obliging territory encompassed by transcending dividers. The dzong's complete name - Rinche Pung Dzong is truly deciphered as Fortress on a Heap of Jewels. It gets such a name in light of its huge assortment of cherished structures. Every one of the structures are furnished with immense windows with expand wooden carvings of Bhutan conventional themes. As the best case of Bhutanese engineering, Rinpung Dzong is constantly recorded in the top attractions in Bhutan. Regardless of you are in which corner of Paro Valley, you can see Rinpung Dzong effectively. 

During seventeenth and eighteenth century, Paro Dzong was a significant bastion for the Kingdom of Bhutan against intrusion from the north. At present, it houses the Monastic Body and government workplaces, and fills in as the strict, military, regulatory, and social focuses of their locale. Rinpung Dzong is additionally the site of vivid Tsechu when a progression of moves are performed by covered artist to pay tribute to Guru Rinpoche.

Kichu Lhakhang: It is said that Songtsen Gampo (a King of Tibet) has fabricated twelve sanctuaries to smother a wild demoness who meant to ruin the spread of Buddhism. Kyichu Lhakhang was worked to nail down the demoness' left foot in 659, and celebrated Jokhang Temple was based on her heart. after 1,000 years, more structures and the brilliant rooftop was manufactured. 

At the point when you enter the inward patio of Lyichu Lhakhang, you can see a wall painting on the left hall portraying the narrative of King Gesar. The sovereign of the third Wangchuk King gave to fabricate Guru Lhakhang, where a 5-meter high statue of Guru Rinpoche is revered. The primary corridor in Kyichu Lhakhang is Jowo Lhakhang which covers the best fortune of the valley. It is a statue of Sakyamuni said to be made at the equivalent with the development of the life-sized statue of the Shakyamuni at 12 years old. In the front of the statue, there is a furrow on the ground that various pioneers have worn into.

Paro Museum: There are various historical centers and workmanship exhibitions in Paro, Bhutan. Every one of these exhibition halls is committed to something critical. On the off chance that you wish to know the spot and the way of life of Bhutan firmly then it is significant for you to visit every one of the spots that are referenced beneath. We have arranged a rundown of the best 10 national historical centers in Paro that you unquestionably need to visit with the goal that you can find out about the rich history and the way of life of the Bhutanese. To make sure you know, the National Museum in Paro, Bhutan is the most significant exhibition hall in Bhutan.

Tiger Nest (Taktsang Monastery): Taktsang Monastery (known as the Tiger's Nest Monastery) is the holiest Buddhist religious community in Bhutan, likewise one of the Ten Most Magical Monasteries in the World. Exceptionally hanging to the bluff about 3,900m (2,953ft) roar the earth, it is a compositional marvel. It goes a legend about how Tiger's Nest Monastery was fabricated. The Guru Rinpoche has flied to the site on a tiger and vanquished a fiend called Singey Samdrup. At that point Guru Rinpoche has interceded there for a quarter of a year. This spot has for quite some time been perceived as a sacred spot. In the next years, numerous celebrated Buddhists came here for intervention. In 1692, Taktsang was developed. With its Buddhist importance and design enchantment, it is the milestone and image of Bhutan. 

Visiting Taktsang Monastery, you have to trek around a few hours which is extremely advantageous. From the cafeteria out and about and perspective close to the religious community, you can relish an amazing perspective on the cloister. In the religious community, you can visit Guru Rinpoche's intervening cavern – Dubkhang with a license. The religious community is likewise gathered with numerous distinctive statues and fragile Buddhist wall paintings.

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1. All travelers should carry Original Voter ID Card or Original Valid Passport or Original Driving License (Except Bhutan) or Aadhaar Card (Except Bhutan) with 05 photo copy of the same.

2. For children please carry Original School ID Card (Except Bhutan) or Original Birth Certificate (Written in English) with 05 photo copy of the same.

3. 05 passport size coloured photographs of all the travelers.
Note: PAN Card is not acceptable as a Photo ID Proof.
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