Day 01: Paro – ParoB
If your arrival is early morning you will be welcome by our guide and transferred you to the hotel for check in, after all your formalities are done we will move for lunch at local restaurant at Paro town, if you are interested to eat a bhutanese local rice we will try local red rice and local emadatsi & Kewa Datsi( Chili with Cheese & Potato Cheese), after lunch we will go for a local sightseeing around the Paro valley, first we will visit Ta Dzong(watch Tower) today it is use as a National Museum of Paro which the olden treasure are showcase to the tourist those who visit their, than we will visit the Paro fortress below national museum and than we will visit the kytchu temple which is believed to built on a place that resembled a knee of a giant Ogress. After that you can play the archery the national game of Bhutan. Evening we will go for a dinner at local farm house and you can have a hot stone path which the hot water is soaked with a local herbal medicine which is very helpful to the boday, so after breakfast move to hotel and overnight stay at Paro.
Day 02 : Bhutan 1 Hour Tour
After breakfast we will swoop low over the the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery for a close up with golden roofs, white walls and red accents, it is a true marvel. Seeing the monastery from the sky is a breathtaking experience, the only way to make a visit to such hallowed ground even more awesome. Then we will head further towards Mount Jomolhari, which stands at 7,320 metres above sea level, is straddled between the autonomous region of Tibet and Bhutan. It is also one of the highest virgin peaks in the world. Climbing is banned, as Bhutan believe that the deities live on the top of mountain. The helicopter will then land at the jomolhari basecamp and we will have a rest for a quick snack and selfie. If you are lucky you will get a chance to see the herds of blue sheep along the way. Properly called Pseudois Nayaur or Bharal, these sheep are only seen in Himalayas, a d the other countries like India, Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan. Male Blue sheep cling to the cliff sides of steep mountains were males living separately from females feeding on grass. They are rare sight to behold, but we often catch them from air. After that we will return to Paro.