Almost all throughout the 20th century, Bhutan was all but forgotten by the world. Suffice to say, modern age passed much of Bhutan by. For a land of scenic valleys and fortress perched on precarious peaks, the Himalayan nation isolated now is no longer an accident, it is a deliberate picking. Today, Bhutan’s culture and traditions are preserved and protected along with its forests, and visitors are regulated. Bhutan: the opportunity to experience it isn’t a vacation, it’s a privilege. "Magic is real, and Bhutan is where it can be found in this package”.
Day 1: Attend the first day Paro Festival Day 2: Stop at the Fertility Temple Day 3: Paro via Dochula Pass Day 4: Magnificent Tiger Nest Day 5: Hike to the Valley of Rare Cranes Day 6: To the oldest dzong in the country Day 7: Haa-Cross Through the valley of Yaks Day 8: Departure from Paro Airport Day 9: Rice Fields of Punakha Day 10: Thimphu: Tour of '"The Capital with no Traffic Lights" Day 11: Paro, the lush valley Day 12: Festival and Sightseeing in Paro
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