Golden Triangle with Bhutan Tour

Tour Description

13 Days Golden Triangle with Bhutan tour Package - This is best trip in India and Bhutan which takes you to the major tourist attractions in both countries. The tour starts in Delhi with arrival on Day 1 and covers the places of Golden Triangle tour in India and 3 important tourist places of Bhutan - Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. It ends with in paro on day 13 after we drop you back at Paro airport for your flight to next journey.

Destination : Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Paro - thimphu - Punakha

Golden Triangle with Bhutan Tour - Day Wise Itinerary

    Day 1 : Arrive Delhi

    Welcome meeting on arrival Delhi Airport and drive to your pre-booked Hotel in Delhi.
    Delhi: Delhi is Capital city of India which offers profound history, culture and custom. It is a city that has been a charming image of the grand past and flourishing present. It has never neglected to flabbergast its tourists with its lovely mix of different nationalities culture and tradition, the legacy of the past and and modern life style all folded into one.

    Day 2 : In Delhi – Delhi City tour

    After breakfast, continue with Delhi city tour Visiting Jama Masjid - the biggest Mosque in India. Visit Chandni Chowk most seasoned, greatest bazaar of Old Delhi. Enjoy a cycle rickshaw ride through Chandani chowk bazaar from Jama Mosque to Red Fort of Delhi (Red Fort outside visit), Further to reach Rajghat, where Mahatma Gandhi was incinerated. An everlasting fire lights on one side of this commemoration. Visit the Humayun's Tomb - the principal garden-style tomb of India. The primary feature of this tomb, enlivened by Persian engineering, is the four nursery squares with water entry channels. Drive past Rashtrapati Bhawan – where President of India lives and India Gate - an entrance worked to pay tribute to the officers who passed on in World War I. Visit Qutub Minar - the tallest block minaret on the planet - that denotes the start of Muslim era in India.

    Day 3 : Delhi to Jaipur by Car – 5 hrs

    After breakfast, continue with a drive to Jaipur to reach in around 5 hrs time with midway stopage.
    Jaipur: This city is known as the Pink City of India because of broad utilization of pink sandstone in different structures of the city. Its landmarks exhibit a bunch of structural styles and its lively bazaars are well known for conventional painstaking work and adornments. The feeling of this city says a lot of the rich style of life of the Rajput Kings.
    Check into the hotel when arrive Jaipur. Rest of the day at leisure to relax and enjoy the facilities available at your Luxury hotel in Jaipur.

    Day 4 : At Jaipur - Jaipur sightseeing tour

    After breakfast, head for Jaipur touring visit with a visit to the Amer Fort. Amer or Amber Fort stands uphill built in the sixteenth century by Raja Man Singh. This fortress shows different conspicuous landmarks like private lobbies, structures, private chambers for the King and the Rajput ladies. It remains as a declaration to the brilliant time of Rajput rule in Jaipur. The impression of the fortress falling on the Maota Lake is genuinely charming. Appreciate an Elephant ride here back and forth the fortress. Following visit the City Palace of Jaipur. It is the Royal Palace of Jaipur situated in the middle of city and close to Observatory. It flaunts previous private and public halls of the Kings, goliath silver vessels, yards, wonderfully structured entryways, unpredictably cut private councils of the King and significantly more. Tour the Jantar Mantar - a cosmic observatory that highlights the World s biggest Sundial - Samrat Yantra from here drive back to the hotel with a photo stop at Hawa Mahal - the Palace of the Winds. This is a five-story royal residence worked in the year 1799 during the Rajput time in Jaipur. The primary feature of this royal residence is the complicatedly structured 953 windows decorated with lovely latticework Night stay at hotel in Jaipur.

    Day 5 : Jaipur - Agra 5 Hrs. via Fatehpur Sikri

    After breakfast, drive to Agra. On the way, visit the sixteenth century Fatehpur Sikri that flaunts a portion of the sublime landmarks worked during the Mughal Era. Here visit the Panch Mahal (a five-story royal residence worked by the Mughal Emperor Akbar), Buland Darwaza (the most elevated entryway on the planet worked by Emperor Akbar in 1601 to recognize his triumph over Gujarat) and considerably more.
    Check into the hotel when arrive in Agra. After some unwinding, visit the Agra Fort that takes after the wonderful Red Fort in Delhi. The Diwan-I-Aam (Hall of Public Audience), Diwan-I-Khas (Hall of Private Audience) and the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors) are must-see attractions here.
    Option – Evening witness Mohabbat The Taj show and kalakriti auditorium.

    Day 6 : Agra - Delhi - 4 Hrs.

    Early morning visit to the Taj Mahal at Sunrise - the most excessive image of affection, commitment and immaculateness ever that took about 22 years to fabricate. It is an ivory-white marble monument where rests the soul of Mughal Emperor Shahjahan (who built Taj Mahal) and his beloved wife Mumtaz. A fascinating reality about this staggering structure is that it turns pinkish in the first part of the day, smooth white at night and shinning white during the evening as the twilight falls upon it. Viewing the dawn over this notorious landmark is genuinely an incredible sight. Come back to the hotel for breakfast.
    Back to your hotel for relaxed breakfast before our drive drives you from Agra to Delhi.
    Night stay at Delhi hotel.

    Day 7 : Delhi - Paro – fly and drive Thimphu

    Transfer to Delhi airport by DFCT representative intime to catch flight for Paro, you will be met by our representative from Bhutan and proceed by car to Thimphu - It s perhaps the most astounding capital on the planet. Indeed, even after outside impact, it has figured out how to be one of the most well-saved countries both socially and biologically.
    Overnight at hotel in Thimphu

    Day 8 : At Thimphu - Thimphu Sightseeing Tour

    After breakfast, your Thimphu city tour starts with a visit to King's Memorial Chorten (Approx. 9,350 ft.) - one of the most notorious landmarks of Thimphu - worked in 1974 as a dedication of Jigme Dorji Wangchuck (third ruler of Thimphu. Next, absorb the superb perspectives on Buddha Dordenma, situated on a peak, highlighting a 169 ft. high bronze statue of Shakyamuni Buddha that is accepted to spread an emanation of harmony and satisfaction to the whole world. Afterward, head to the Folk Heritage Museum (Phelchey Toenkhyim) worked in 2011. It offers captivating bits of knowledge of the conventional Bhutanese way of life, country conventions, and traditions. The bizarre settings of this exhibition hall make it dis. Visit the Sangaygang BBS Tower (Approx. 8800 ft.) that offers its guests with all encompassing perspectives on the whole Thimphu valley. Invest energy clicking photos here. Likewise, investigate the twelfth century Changangkha Lhakhang (Approx. 8,000 ft.) that is said to be the most established sanctuary of Thimphu. It is a post like sanctuary committed to Avalokitesvara (Buddha of Compassion). Make the most of superior perspective on the Thimphu valley here. At night, take a stroll to the Clock tower square and enjoy associating with local people in a hurry.
    Overnight at hotel in Thimpu

    Day 9 : Thimphu – Punakha by car – 3 hrs

    After breakfast, drive to Punakha (approx. 4,265 ft.). Punakha: It's a nature's heaven settled in the midst of the stupendous Himalayan reaches. On the way, visit the Simtokha Dzong said to be the most established Dzong in Bhutan, Dochula Pass (approx. 10,200 ft.) for stunning perspectives on the Eastern Himalayas and Wangdue Phodrang (approx. 4,300 ft.) popular for its rich embroidered artwork of old Buddhist journeys.
    Check into the hotel in Punakha on arrivel.
    Overnight at the hotel in Punakha.

    Day 10 : Punakha – Punakha city tour

    After breakfast, your Punakha city tour starts with a visit to the fifteenth century Chimi Lhakhang (Temple) otherwise called the Fertility Temple situated on a little ridge. This exceptional Buddhist Temple favored by Drupa Kinley (accepted to be the King of Fertility), has energizing stories to tell. Stroll through the Punakha Suspension Bridge - the longest suspension scaffold of Bhutan - extending over the Po Chhu Lake. This extension drives your way to the Punakha Dzong - one of the most fabulous Dzongs of Bhutan. This Dzong was built by a Tibetan Buddhist Monk. Next visit the Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten. It gives the right example of Bhutanese craftsmanship and architecture that was basically built for the prosperity of the King of Bhutan and its kingdom.
    Overnight at the hotle in Punakha.

    Day 11 : Punakha – Paro by car – 4 hrs

    After breakfast, drive by car to Paro. Paro: This city stretches out from the juncture of the Rivers Paro Chhu and Wang Chhu. It is a beautiful town of Bhutan dabbed with exquisite, customary style, different Buddhist Temples and Buddhist monasteries going back to fourteenth century and the most famous milestone of Paro is - the Tiger's Nest - a Buddhist Monastery which is carved out into a 4,000-foot high bluff in 1692.
    Check into your hotel on arrival in Paro for night stay.

    Day 12 : At Paro – Paro city tour

    After breakfast, head for Paro city tour visiting the Chelela Pass (Approx. 13,084 feet above sea level). It is viewed as the most noteworthy motorable road in Bhutan. Appreciate dazzling and unhindered perspectives on the snow-topped mountains here. Visit the Rinpung Dzong (Approx. 7,500 ft.) signifying "the stronghold of the load of gems") in Paro District, which filled in as a bastion against attack. This dzong or monastery is home to the Monk of state and is likewise the regional headquarter of Paro. Enjoy one of the most seasoned and most excellent Monastery of Bhutan - Kyichu Lhakhang built in 659 AD. From here head to the most awaited tourist attraction of Paro – The Tiger's Nest Taktshang (more than 10,000 ft above sea level). It is viewed as one of the most dominant and spiritual Monastery for the Buddhists. This is the place where Guru Rinpoche (author of Tibetan Buddhism) ruminated in the eighth century. Settled on the edge of a precipice sitting above the stunning pine and rhododendrons woods, trekking here turns out to be very testing as the trail gets more extreme.
    Overnight at the hotel.

    Day 13 : Depart Paro

    Transfer to Paro Airport as per your flight timings for flight back home or next destination of your choice.


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