Bhutan has often been called “the Last Shangri La” because of the pristine and beautiful environment and the ethereal sights on offer. Bhutan the last living Shangri La has been exemplary for preserving its culture and heritage along with welcoming technology with open arms. Bhutan is very peaceful, blissfullt quaint and one has to take a flight to reach Paro only international airlines of Bhutan. Another way is to drive or have a motorcycle tour which itself is a wonderful experience with some unforgettable sights and scenes (a light drizzle does help matters a lot!). The sharply dropping ravines, bubbling brooks and the pine trees greet you all along the way making for an unforgettable experience.
Bhutan The Last Shangri-La Tour is our effort to introduce you to the rich cultural heritage of this tiny Himalayan kingdom wih our limited time frame of 7 nights 8 days. Our week-long tour in Bhutan begins with sightseeing in the country’s capital, Thimphu, where we visit the Memorial Chhorten, mini- zoo, National Institute of Traditional Medicine, folk heritage museum and the majestic Tashichho Dzong (fortress). Next, we travel to Punakha via Dochu La pass (3,100m) and tour the Chimi Lhakhang temple on the way. We also visit the Punakha Dzong and explore the amazing Gangtey village before heading to Paro. In the beautiful Paro valley, we visit Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang temple. Our tour ends with a hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery which is a perfect way to end one's journey in the last Shangri-La.