Overview

This Event and Your Tour and Flight Package Support the Conservation Efforts and the People in Bhutan

The Bhutan Sports Festival is the first sports and culture festival in the country, and a rare opportunity to do the sport you love in a pristine conservation sanctuary. Your event travel package has been designed specifically for this race by an organization that is not only intimate with Bhutan, but intimate with endurance racing. And your participation in and travel to this event, will directly support the people and the conservation efforts in Bhutan.

Double Impact Support:

Our travel organization, Bhutan Impact Travels (BIT), is in existence to support the Tarayana Foundation, a non-profit founded by Her Majesty The Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, to empower vulnerable communities in Bhutan. Your participation in this event as well as your tour and flight booking through the race website, will not only positively impact the Tarayana Foundation, but the conservation efforts to protect the endangered Black-Necked Cranes in Phobjikha Valley.

April begins the high season for tourism in Bhutan so flights in will fill up quickly.

We are limiting our numbers for this race, so BOOK NOW!

Packages Include

Your Travel Package Includes (check your 8-Night, 7-Night, 6-Night, 5-Night or 4-Night itinerary for available options)

  • Visa for Bhutan
  • An opportunity to race in a sparsely visited, remote, and protected region of Bhutan, in the first sports and culture festival in the country
  • Proceeds from the event and your travel package will go back to the Tarayana Foundation as well as to support conservations efforts in Phobjikha Valley
  • Book gift from Her Majesty The Queen Mother, Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, Treasures of the Thunder Dragon
  • Book gift from Terri Schneider, Dirty Inspirations: Lessons from the Trenches of Extreme Endurance Sports
  • Tours and Hiking Tours of: Taktsang Monastery (Tigers Nest), Dochula Memorial Site, Punakha Dzong, Temple of the Divine Madman, Painting School, National Chorten, Thimphu Dzong, Buddha Dordenma, as well as several other temples and monasteries in the Paro, Thimphu, Punakha areas (see your itinerary for details)
  • Hiking excursion to the stunning Taktsang ‘Tigers Nest’ Monastery
  • Shopping and additional cultural tours in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha (see your itinerary for details)
  • Post race awards celebration breakfast in Gangtey
  • Local English speaking and licensed tour guide and driver throughout entire trip
  • Much more detailed information on traveling in Bhutan from an experienced expert
  • All land costs once you touch down in Paro which include:
    • Airport transport from and to Paro airport
    • English speaking and licensed tour guide and driver
    • All land transport once in Paro, including transport to race start
    • Visa fees, travel fees and permits to temples and monuments
    • All government travel tariffs
    • All government royalties (which go toward: education; healthcare; infrastructure)
    • All hotel accommodation
    • All meals from arrival in Paro until departure from Paro

Travel Package Does NOT Include:

  • Race entry fee
  • Bike rental
  • International airfare to and from Paro, Bhutan (you can purchase with your tour package)
  • Any hotel or food costs en route to and from Paro, Bhutan
  • Additional tips for local staff
  • Personal drinks, snacks, laundry, alcohol and gifts
  • Subsequent lodging beyond nights listed in itinerary
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended) for this trip
  •  Charges incurred as a result of delays

DO NOT DELAY on booking your trip as this is the beginning of high tourist season! In order to get a flight into Paro on the date you wish, it is highly advisable to book this trip several months in advance. If flights are delayed due to weather condition you are responsible for all food, accommodation and transportation costs prior to arriving in Paro.

8-Nights

8-Night Itinerary

Land Dates in Bhutan: April 2-10, 2019

Day 1: Arrival to Paro, Bhutan, and Transport to Paro Hotel.

If the skies are clear on your flight you’ll be treated to some breath taking views of the highest peaks in the world including Mt. Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Paro stands at 7,500 ft. above sea level. You’ll be met by your gracious Bhutanese guide who will transfer you to our hotel in Paro. After lunch you’ll have the day free to wander in town, get some exercise, go to the spa, an archery game, or rest. Dinner and overnight in Paro.

Summary:

Airport pick up – transport to Hotel, Paro

Lunch in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Dinner in Paro

Day 2: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery, Paro.

Today you’ll experience one of the highlights of your trip in Bhutan with an excursion to view the spectacular Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery. After breakfast we’ll drive through Paro to Satsam Chorten and from there a do a two hour trek up to the viewpoint of the monastery. If you want to save your legs for the race you have the option to ride a pony rather than hike. The trail climbs through beautiful pine forest, many of the trees festooned with Spanish moss, and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. We stop for a rest and light refreshments at the Taktsang Jakhang (tea house) and then walk a short distance until we see, clearly and seemingly within reach, Taktsang Monastery. The first part was built around Guru Rimpoche’s meditation cave in the 1684 by the Penlop of Paro, Gyaltse Tenzin Rabgay. This incredible monastery clings to the edge of a sheer rock cliff that plunges 900 meters into the valley below. Legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rimpoche), the tantric mystic who brought Buddhism to Bhutan, flew here on the back of a flying tiger, Dorji Drolo, said to be his favorite consort. Lunch is served at the completion of the trek. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Paro.

Summary:

Breakfast in Paro

Tea at Taktsang Overlook

Picnic lunch at finish of Taktsang trek

Dinner in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Day 3: Post breakfast, travel to Punakha via the Dochula Memorial.

The most well known pass in Bhutan, Dochula Pass is located about 30 km away from the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. The 108 chortens at Dochula were built by one of the Queen Mothers to honor the Bhutanese soldiers who were killed when fighting the Indian rebels in 2003. Though Bhutanese wanted to build these chortens to mark the victory of the Bhutanese army, the King rejected this offer and instead uses the chortens to commemorate the deceased. In the afternoon you’ll do an excursion to the Dzong. The Punakha Dzong, “the palace of great happiness or bliss” is the second oldest and second largest Dzong in Bhutan and one of its most majestic. It is located at the confluence of the Pho Chhu (father) and Mo Chhu (mother) rivers in the Punakha–Wangdue valley and was the auspicious location for the coronation of the King, as well as the site of the King and Queen’s marriage ceremony.

Summary:

Breakfast in Paro

Drive to Punakha via Dochula Memorial

Lunch in Punakha

Dinner in Punakha

Hotel in Punakha

Day 4: Drive to Gangtey and the Phobjikha Valley. Packet pick up and pre-race briefing in Gangtey.

Once we leave the Punakha Dzong area we’ll wind our way west through rural Bhutan. Our event site is a remote conservation sanctuary that sees visitors mostly during the Crane migration, which means that on your visit in April there will be few other tourists in the Valley. Pre-race briefing and packet pick up will be at in the Gangtey area.

Summary:

Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Gangtey

Dinner in Gangtey

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 5: Race Day and Culture Festival!

Finish line at the auspicious Gangtey Monastery.

Summary:

Light breakfast at hotel

All events start near the Gangtey Monastery

Culture Festival in the afternoon/evening

Lunch/Dinner at hotel

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 6: Morning awards breakfast in Gangtey, then travel to Thimphu via the Temple of the Divine Madman.

We’ll have our awards breakfast in Gangtey prior to your heading to the capitol, Thimphu. En route you have an option to check out the Temple of the Divine Madman, which is a must see! Then there will be lots of sight seeing options in Thimphu. In-town options include a visit to the 169 foot Buddha Dordenma, the largest upright Buddha in the world, perched overlooking the entire Thimphu valley, as well as the National Memorial Chorten built in 1974 in honor of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.

Summary:

Awards Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 7: Full day in Thimphu.

You may want to visit the Thimphu Dzong, perched on the river near the royal palace, or visit the National Library, stocked with ancient Buddhist manuscripts. You can opt for a tour through the Painting School where traditional art is still kept alive through instructions in the art of painting Thangkas (sacred Buddhist religious scrolls). Or you can check out the Traditional Medicine Institute where medicines are prepared according to ancient practices, and to Lungtenzampa to observe the Royal silversmiths and a Bhutanese paper factory at work. Other highlights include lots of shopping options! Shopping downtown in the long line of bamboo huts, supports local women entrepreneurs. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 8: Activity, shopping or touring in Thimphu.

If you are feeling rested from the race and interested in more activity, today can include a day hike or bike ride. Or you can visit the places of interest you missed yesterday in Thimphu city, or the many options up Thimphu Valley, or finish your shopping while wandering downtown. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 9: Paro Departures

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Transport to Airport

7-Nights

7-Night Itinerary 

Land Dates in Bhutan: April 2-9, 2019

Day 1: Arrival in Paro, Bhutan, and Transport to Paro Hotel.

If the skies are clear on your flight you’ll be treated to some breath taking views of the highest peaks in the world including Mt. Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Paro stands at 7,500 ft. above sea level. You’ll be met by your gracious Bhutanese guide who will transfer you to our hotel in Paro. After lunch you’ll have the day free to wander in town, get some exercise, go to the spa, an archery game, or rest from travel. Dinner and overnight in Paro.

Summary:

Airport pick up – transport to Hotel, Paro

Lunch in Paro

Dinner in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Day 2: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery, Paro.

Today you’ll experience one of the highlights of your trip in Bhutan with an excursion to view the spectacular Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery. After breakfast we’ll drive through Paro to Satsam Chorten and from there a do a two hour trek up to the viewpoint of the monastery. If you want to save your legs for the race you have the option to ride a pony rather than hike. The trail climbs through beautiful pine forest, many of the trees festooned with Spanish moss, and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. We stop for a rest and light refreshments at the Taktsang Jakhang (tea house) and then walk a short distance until we see, clearly and seemingly within reach, Taktsang Monastery. The first part was built around Guru Rimpoche’s meditation cave in the 1684 by the Penlop of Paro, Gyaltse Tenzin Rabgay. This incredible monastery clings to the edge of a sheer rock cliff that plunges 900 meters into the valley below. Legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava (Guru Rimpoche), the tantric mystic who brought Buddhism to Bhutan, flew here on the back of a flying tiger, Dorji Drolo, said to be his favorite consort. Lunch is served at the completion of the trek. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Paro.

Summary:

Breakfast in Paro

Tea at Taktsang Overlook

Picnic lunch at finish of Taktsang trek

Dinner in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Day 3: Post breakfast, travel to Punakha via the Dochula Memorial.

The most well known pass in Bhutan, Dochula Pass is located about 30 km away from the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. The 108 chortens at Dochula were built by one of the Queen Mothers to honor the Bhutanese soldiers who were killed when fighting the Indian rebels in 2003. Though Bhutanese wanted to build these chortens to mark the victory of the Bhutanese army, the King rejected this offer and instead uses the chortens to commemorate the deceased. In the afternoon you’ll do an excursion to the Dzong. The Punakha Dzong, “the palace of great happiness or bliss” is the second oldest and second largest Dzong in Bhutan and one of its most majestic. It is located at the confluence of the Pho Chhu (father) and Mo Chhu (mother) rivers in the Punakha–Wangdue valley and was the auspicious location for the coronation of the King, as well as the site of the King and Queen’s marriage ceremony.

Summary:

Breakfast in Paro

Drive to Punakha via Dochula Memorial

Lunch in Punakha

Dinner in Punakha

Hotel in Punakha

Day 4: Drive to Gangtey and the Phobjikha Valley. Packet pick up and pre-race briefing in Gangtey.

Once we leave the Punakha Dzong area we’ll wind our way west through rural Bhutan. Our event site is a remote conservation sanctuary that sees visitors mostly during the Crane migration, which means that on your visit in April there will be few other tourists in the Valley. Pre-race briefing and packet pick up will be at in the Gangtey area.

Summary:

Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Gangtey

Dinner in Gangtey

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 5: Race Day and Culture Festival!

Finish line at the auspicious Gangtey Monastery.

Summary:

Light breakfast at hotel

All events start near the Gangtey Monastery

Culture Festival in the afternoon/evening

Lunch/Dinner at hotel

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 6: Morning awards breakfast in Gangtey, then travel to Thimphu via the Temple of the Divine Madman.

We’ll have our awards breakfast in Gangtey prior to your heading to the capitol, Thimphu. En route you have an option to check out the Temple of the Divine Madman, which is a must see! Then there will be lots of sight seeing options in Thimphu. In-town options include a visit to the 169 foot Buddha Dordenma, the largest upright Buddha in the world, perched overlooking the entire Thimphu valley, as well as the National Memorial Chorten built in 1974 in honor of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.

Summary:

Awards Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 7: Full day in Thimphu.

You may want to visit the Thimphu Dzong, perched on the river near the royal palace, or visit the National Library, stocked with ancient Buddhist manuscripts. You can opt for a tour through the Painting School where traditional art is still kept alive through instructions in the art of painting Thangkas (sacred Buddhist religious scrolls). Or you can check out the Traditional Medicine Institute where medicines are prepared according to ancient practices, and to Lungtenzampa to observe the Royal silversmiths and a Bhutanese paper factory at work. Other highlights include lots of shopping options! Shopping downtown in the long line of bamboo huts, supports local women entrepreneurs. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 8: Paro Departures

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Transport to Airport

6-Nights

6-Night Itinerary 

Land Dates in Bhutan: April 3-9, 2019

Day 1: Arrival in Paro, Bhutan, and Transport to Paro Hotel.

If the skies are clear on your flight you’ll be treated to some breath taking views of the highest peaks in the world including Mt. Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Paro stands at 7,500 ft. above sea level. You’ll be met by your gracious Bhutanese guide who will transfer you to our hotel in Paro. After lunch you’ll have the day free to wander in town, get some exercise, go to the spa, an archery game, or rest from travel. Dinner and overnight in Paro.

Summary:

Airport pick up – transport to Hotel, Paro

Lunch in Paro

Dinner in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Day 2: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery, Paro. Travel to Punakha via Dochula Memorial.

Today you’ll experience one of the highlights of your trip in Bhutan with an excursion to view the spectacular Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery. After breakfast we’ll drive through Paro to Satsam Chorten and from there a do a two hour trek up to the viewpoint of the monastery. If you want to save your legs for the race you have the option to ride a pony rather than hike. The trail climbs through beautiful pine forest, many of the trees festooned with Spanish moss, and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. We stop for a rest and light refreshments at the Taktsang Jakhang (tea house) and then walk a short distance until we see, clearly and seemingly within reach, Taktsang Monastery. Lunch is served at the completion of the trek. Post lunch, travel to Punakha via the Dochula Memorial. The most well known pass in Bhutan, Dochula Pass is located about 30 km away from the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. The 108 chortens at Dochula were built by one of the Queen Mothers to honor the Bhutanese soldiers who were killed when fighting the Indian rebels in 2003. Though Bhutanese wanted to build these chortens to mark the victory of the Bhutanese army, the King rejected this offer and instead uses the chortens to commemorate the deceased. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Punakha.

Summary:

Breakfast in Paro

Tea at Taktsang Overlook

Picnic lunch at finish of Taktsang trek

Dinner in Punakha

Hotel in Punakha

Day 3: After morning excursion to Punakha Dzong, drive to Gangtey and the Phobjikha Valley. Packet pick up and pre-race briefing in Gangtey.

Once we leave the Punakha Dzong area we’ll wind our way west through rural Bhutan. Our event site is a remote conservation sanctuary that sees visitors mostly during the Crane migration, which means that on your visit in April there will be few other tourists in the Valley. Pre-race briefing and packet pick up will be at in the Gangtey area.

Summary:

Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Gangtey

Dinner in Gangtey

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 4: Race Day and Culture Festival!

Finish line at the auspicious Gangtey Monastery.

Summary:

Light breakfast at hotel

All events start near the Gangtey Monastery

Culture Festival in the afternoon/evening

Lunch/Dinner at hotel

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 5: Morning awards breakfast in Gangtey, then travel to Thimphu via the Temple of the Divine Madman.

We’ll have our awards breakfast in Gangtey prior to your heading to the capitol, Thimphu. En route you have an option to check out the Temple of the Divine Madman, which is a must see! Then there will be lots of sight seeing options in Thimphu. In-town options include a visit to the 169 foot Buddha Dordenma, the largest upright Buddha in the world, perched overlooking the entire Thimphu valley, as well as the National Memorial Chorten built in 1974 in honor of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.

Summary:

Awards Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 6: Full day in Thimphu.

You may want to visit the Thimphu Dzong, perched on the river near the royal palace, or visit the National Library, stocked with ancient Buddhist manuscripts. You can opt for a tour through the Painting School where traditional art is still kept alive through instructions in the art of painting Thangkas (sacred Buddhist religious scrolls). Or you can check out the Traditional Medicine Institute where medicines are prepared according to ancient practices, and to Lungtenzampa to observe the Royal silversmiths and a Bhutanese paper factory at work. Other highlights include lots of shopping options! Shopping downtown in the long line of bamboo huts, supports local women entrepreneurs. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu.

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 7: Paro Departures

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Transport to Airport

5-Nights

5-Night Itinerary 

Land Dates in Bhutan: April 3-8, 2019

Day 1: Arrival in Paro, Bhutan, and Transport to Paro Hotel.

If the skies are clear on your flight you’ll be treated to some breath taking views of the highest peaks in the world including Mt. Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Paro stands at 7,500 ft. above sea level. You’ll be met by your gracious Bhutanese guide who will transfer you to our hotel in Paro. After lunch you’ll have the day free to wander in town, get some exercise, go to the spa, an archery game, or rest from travel. Dinner and overnight in Paro.

Summary:

Airport pick up – transport to Hotel, Paro

Lunch in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Dinner in Paro

Day 2: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery, Paro. Travel to Punakha via Dochula Memorial.

Today you’ll experience one of the highlights of your trip in Bhutan with an excursion to view the spectacular Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery. After breakfast we’ll drive through Paro to Satsam Chorten and from there a do a two hour trek up to the viewpoint of the monastery. If you want to save your legs for the race you have the option to ride a pony rather than hike. The trail climbs through beautiful pine forest, many of the trees festooned with Spanish moss, and an occasional grove of fluttering prayer flags. We stop for a rest and light refreshments at the Taktsang Jakhang (tea house) and then walk a short distance until we see, clearly and seemingly within reach, Taktsang Monastery. Lunch is served at the completion of the trek. Post lunch, travel to Punakha via the Dochula Memorial. The most well known pass in Bhutan, Dochula Pass is located about 30 km away from the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. The 108 chortens at Dochula were built by one of the Queen Mothers to honor the Bhutanese soldiers who were killed when fighting the Indian rebels in 2003. Though Bhutanese wanted to build these chortens to mark the victory of the Bhutanese army, the King rejected this offer and instead uses the chortens to commemorate the deceased. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Punakha.

Summary:

Breakfast inParo

Tea at Taktsang Overlook

Picnic lunch at finish of Taktsang trek

Dinner in Punakha

Hotel in Punakha

Day 3: After morning excursion to Punakha Dzong, drive to Gangtey and the Phobjikha Valley. Packet pick up and pre-race briefing in Gangtey.

Once we leave the Punakha Dzong area we’ll wind our way west through rural Bhutan. Our event site is a remote conservation sanctuary that sees visitors mostly during the Crane migration, which means that on your visit in April there will be few other tourists in the Valley. Pre-race briefing and packet pick up will be at in the Gangtey area. You can then rest in your hotel or camp, for event day.

Summary:

Breakfast in Punakha

Lunch in Gangtey

Dinner in Gangtey

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 4: Race Day and Culture Festival!

Finish line at the auspicious Gangtey Monastery.

Summary:

Light breakfast at hotel

All events start near the Gangtey Monastery

Culture Festival in the afternoon/evening

Lunch/Dinner at hotel

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 5: Morning awards breakfast in Gangtey, then travel to Thimphu via the Temple of the Divine Madman.

We’ll have our awards breakfast in Gangtey prior to your heading to the capitol, Thimphu. En route you have an option to check out the Temple of the Divine Madman, which is a must see! Then there will be lots of sight seeing options in Thimphu. In-town options include a visit to the 169 foot Buddha Dordenma, the largest upright Buddha in the world, perched overlooking the entire Thimphu valley, as well as the National Memorial Chorten built in 1974 in honor of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.

Summary:

Awards Breakfast in Gangtey

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 6: Paro Departures

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Transport to Airport

4-Nights

4-Night Itinerary 

Land Dates in Bhutan: April 4-8, 2019

Day 1: Arrival in Paro, Bhutan, and Transport to Paro Hotel.

If the skies are clear on your flight you’ll be treated to some breath taking views of the highest peaks in the world including Mt. Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. Paro stands at 7,500 ft. above sea level. You’ll be met by your gracious Bhutanese guide who will transfer you to our hotel in Paro. After lunch you’ll have the day free to wander in town, get some exercise, go to the spa, an archery game, or rest from travel. Dinner and overnight in Paro.

Summary:

Airport pick up – transport to Hotel, Paro

Lunch in Paro

Hotel in Paro

Dinner in Paro

Day 2: Drive to Gangtey and the Phobjikha Valley. Packet pick up and pre-race briefing in Gangtey.

Once we pass the Thimphu area we’ll wind our way west through rural Bhutan. Our event site is a remote conservation sanctuary that sees visitors mostly during the Crane migration, which means that on your visit in April there will be few other tourists in the Valley. Pre-race briefing and packet pick up will be at in the Gangtey area.

Summary:

Breakfast in Paro

Lunch in Gangtey

Dinner in Gangtey

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 3: Race Day and Culture Festival!

Finish line at the auspicious Gangtey Monastery.

Summary:

Light breakfast at hotel

All events start near the Gangtey Monastery

Culture Festival in the afternoon/evening

Lunch/Dinner at hotel

Hotel in Gangtey

Day 4: Morning awards breakfast in Gangtey, then travel to Thimphu via the Temple of the Divine Madman.

We’ll have our awards breakfast in Gangtey prior to your heading to the capitol, Thimphu. En route you have an option to check out the Temple of the Divine Madman, which is a must see! Then there will be lots of sight seeing options in Thimphu. In-town options include a visit to the 169 foot Buddha Dordenma, the largest upright Buddha in the world, perched overlooking the entire Thimphu valley, as well as the National Memorial Chorten built in 1974 in honor of the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.

Summary:

Awards Breakfast in Gangtey

Lunch in Thimphu

Dinner in Thimphu

Hotel in Thimphu

Day 5: Paro Departures

Summary:

Breakfast in Thimphu

Transport to Airport

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