Complete 14-day tour from the west to east of Bhutan
complete route through Bhutan runs from the west to the little-visited east.
The journey starts in Paro, where you arrive by plane and have a spectacular
view. You will visit the most important places in the west, including the
capital of Thimpu, Paro, the magnificent dzongs of Punakha and Trongsa, and the
beautiful Bumthang Valley. Farther east the landscape becomes more rugged, full
of jagged mountains with narrow roads
that wind along steep cliffs. The eastern villages where you stay are compactly
built on ridges rather than scattered across valleys as you see in the west.
Your journey through the east ends at the Indian border at Samdrup Jonkghar,
where the plains belonging to the Indian state of Assam begin. From here you
can fly from the Guwahati Airport to Delhi, Kolkata or any other destination in
that plan your travel dates so you can experience a festival in Bhutan, a
colorful highlight of any trip.
In a number of
places it is possible to opt for a hotel upgrade. Under the hotels tab, you can
see where this is possible and the prices.