- Visit the four districts of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wangdue. The old and present capitals of Bhutan are both located in this region. Get to know Bhutan’s past by seeing monuments, fortresses, castles, monasteries all of which throw light on Bhutan’s history, culture and nationhood.
- Visit the famous Taktshang monastery, a monastery considered so sacred that it is, in the Himalayas, the most sought after destination for Buddhist pilgrims. See Dzongs – gigantic centuries-old structures awe-inspiring architectural masterpieces which stand as landmarks as amazingly beautiful as the majestic peaks that surround them.
- See Phobjikha valley, a ruggedly haunting preserve where both humans and nature thrive in a perfect blend. Watch as the endangered black-necked cranes cavort about this glacial depression that also has the famed Gangtey monastery.
- Stop over at Trongsa, the bastion of medieval power exemplified by a castle-fortress that straddles an entire mound that rises from the basin of the roaring Mange river down below.
- Step into the “Valley of a Thousand Plains” – Bumthang – where the past meets the present through numerous monasteries and sacred places that stand guard over a landscape that is increasing dotted with the hallmarks of modern development. Go to the “Burning Lake” and get to hear an incredible narrative of the exploits of a 15th century saint.
- Meet people, see Bhutanese villages, farm houses, terraced rice fields, and the breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas from mountain passes even as you discover a plethora of natural beauty and wildlife along the way.