Duration 06 nights 07 Days
IXB/NJP – PHUENTSHOLING – THIMPU – PARO– PHUENTSHOLING -IXB/ NJP

DAY 1
Ixb/Njp to Phuentsholing
Receive guest at NJP & transfer to Phuentsholing ( 4 hrs drive ), the entry point to Bhutan by road. Evening at leisure.

DAY 2
Phuentsholing to Thimpu
After breakfast do the immigration formalities. After getting the route permit proceeds to Thimphu ( 5 hrs drive ), the capital city of Bhutan. In the evening visit the market

DAY 3
Thimpu Sightseeing
Full day sightseeing in Thimphu covering Thimphu memorial chorten, Buddha Point, Zoo ( where the National animal TAKIN is preserved ), Folk heritage museum, schools of art & craft , semtokha dzong & evening visit the tashichhodzong.

DAY 4
Thimpu to Paro
Thimphu to Paro via Dochula Pass, a scenic view point. Check in hotel in Paro. After refreshments visit the National museum, Kichu lhakhang & Drukyal dzong

DAY 5
Paro
Takshang monastery trek - 3 hrs hike one way. Sacred monastery one must visit once in lifetime. Our staff's will guide in trek..

DAY 6
Paro to Phuentsholing
Paro to Phuentsholing ( 5 hrs drive ). Evening at leisure DAY 7: Phuentsholing to Ixb/Njp: Morning after breakfast transfer to Njp / Bagdogra, the drive approximately (110 kms 4 hrs) for onwards destination.

Total Cost of the Tour
Using 3*** Category Hotels
The cost of the package Is INR 1,89,000/- using 04 Double occupancy with 04 Extra Beds/ Mattresses at all the sectors based on MAPAI meal plan and all transportation using 01 AC Innova and 01 AC Zylo Hotels Used in Sectors:
• PHUNSTHOLING: The Park / Similar
• THIMPHU: Amodhara / Similar
• PARO: Takshang Paradise / Similar

The Cost Includes: A) Accommodation
B) Transportation
C) Sight seeing
D) Meet & Greet upon arrival.

The Cost Does Not Include: a) Airfare, Train fare, Insurance Premiums, etc.
b) Room heaters
c) Optional Tours & Sightseeing entry fee.
d) Payment for service provided on a personal basis
e) Expenses incurred due to mishaps, landslide, strikes, political unrest etc. In such case extra will be charged as per actual.
f) Cost for service not mentioned under the “Cost Includes” Head

Please do follow the following points for the betterment of the future. Travel with a genuine desire to learn more about the people of your host country. Acquaint yourself with local customs and be aware of the feelings of other people, thus preventing what might be intrusive behavior on your part.
Your pre-trip research can be continued by asking questions while you are there. Any attempt to learn even a few words of the relevant language will make this a more rewarding experience for all involved.
Realize that often the people in the country you visit have time concepts and approaches different from your own.
Don't treat people as part of the landscape, they may not want their picture taken. Put yourself in their shoes, ask permission first, and respect their wishes. Many people love to see images of themselves so if you are somewhere remote with your digital camera then do show the locals the pictures you have just taken of them with the wonders of modern technology!
Do not make promises to people in your host country unless you can carry them through.
Ensure that your behaviour has no impact on the natural environment. Avoid picking flowers, removing seeds, damaging coral, and even buying souvenirs such as shells and skins. Understand that there can be no guarantees when it comes to wildlife, all sightings are a bonus.
Try and put money into local people's hands: drink local beer or fruit juice rather than imported brands and buy and eat locally produced food. When you are shopping, even where bargaining is expected, do inject humour and remember a low price almost certainly means a lower wage for the maker.
If you want to take gifts make sure they are appropriate (for example there are few dentists in remote communities, so sweets are not recommended).
If you really want your experience to be a 'home away from home', it may be foolish to waste money on travelling!
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Sikkim Travel Tips

Sikkim is a small state nestled neatly amongst the Great eastern Himalayas and hosting quite a few ethnic tribes and vast variation of weather conditions. To enjoy any Holiday or a Trip a wise and an essential packing of luggage is a must.

Please do make sure that you carry the items and keep in mind the Do’s and Don’t’s mentioned below:

  • Documents:

Please always do carry an Original Identification for yourself and all the traveling members, such as Passport/ driving lsc/ ration card/ voters card.

  • Clothing, Shoes and weather Grear

A good pair of light sneakers (preferably waterproof or leather if visiting North Sikkim) are very important for your feet, as you may have to walk in some places. Carry a few woolen clothes as it may get a bit cooler in the morning and evenings, also you would require them for visit to tshangu lake and Baba Mandi, If there is snow at the point you visit, there are always hawkers who give rented gumboots, gloves, and raincoats so you can feel free to roll around on the snow. Always carry small towels with you while traveling,

  • Toiletries and Medical Supplies

Please carry your medicines, water and what your doctor has suggested for high altitude. chweingums of great help to overcome giddiness at very high altitude. Please carry anti-vomit tablets like Avomine, Pregnidoxin, Reglan and Deriphyllin/ Coca for breath control as the twisting and curving roads tend to get you sick.

  • Photo equipment

Please carry extra data cards if you are taking pictures in high megapixels, you are going to run out of space. Lithium batteries are also not much help as they can store little charge. Carry several alkaline batteries and camera which can be of great help as you will be tempted to take thousands of photographs

  • Miscellaneous

Please avoid eating from wayside dhabas as they might tend to get you sick, also before boarding on a car for a long route eat light and carry some snacks with you, always carry a mineral water bottle with you and avid drinking outside waters.

::DO'S::
  1. Vegetation is fragile; follow designated trails.
  2. Avoid littering and deposit garbage at designated places.
  3. Keep all pollutants away from streams and lakes.
  4. Respect local culture by taking permission before taking photographs.
  5. Dress modestly. Be aware of the customs and manners and culture of the local people.
  6. It is customary to leave a donation at a monastery and to circle shrines in a clockwise direction.
  7. Enjoy yourself always
::DON’TS::
    1. Don’t disturb wildlife or its habitat.
    2. Don’t buy endangered species or antiques.
    3. Don’t smoke, drink alcohol which is strictly prohibited in public
    4. Don’t talk loudly near sacred places.
    5. Don’t pluck plants or flowers


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  • East Sikkim - 737101
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