Living Fortresses from the ancient

Architecture in Bhutan is an Archeological Artifact. Dzongs are huge structures built centuries ago when building plans were nonexistent and nails were not used. It was built to serve as fortresses and site for congregation of a religious, military, administrative, and social nature. The rooms inside the Dzong are divided for its administrative function as well as to house religious monks. In Bhutan, where values systems are held stronger than political systems, these Dzongs hold the key to understanding the merits of such duality.

Your tour includes
  • Professional Guides
  • All Noted Tours within the Country
  • Accommodations on twin sharing in Tourism approved hotels.
  • Meals Noted in Itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
  • Entrance Fees and Permits
  • Private Ground transportation
  • Airport transport in Paro
  • Bhutan Airport Tax
  • Bhutan Visa Fees
  • A sustainable tourism Royalty of $65 per person/ per day.

Best features you will find on archaeological journey:

  • Visit Dzongs all round Bhutan and discover its protective built structures – from the ruins of the Drukgyel Dzong in Paro Valley which had protected attacks coming from the Himalayan passes to the Punakha Dzong, the winter capital of old and still the winter abode of the Monk body, and as far as the Trashigang Dzong build on a imposing lofty ridge adorning the eastern district of Trashigang.
  • Most Dzongs are built on strategic and strategic locations that greets a visitor with an imposing ancient structure that compels visitors for some very scenic and memorable photography.
  • Indulge in the stories and unique features and side attractions of most Dzongs. For example: capture some vivid shots from the 1995 movie Little Buddha, as it was filmed in Paro Rinpung Dzong; in Punakha after visiting the Dzong take a short drive to the Pana village for a glimpse at the rural lifestyle and a hike up to Chimmi Lhakhang for blessings of fertility offered by the temple of the famous unconventional Saint, Drukpa Kuenley, famously known as the “Divine Madman”. Discover the legends of the “Divine Madman”. Bhutan’s eccentric nevertheless favorite saint.
  • Dzongs have been the Centre of administrative and religious congregation in every district and settlements have thrived nearby these Dzongs. Experience the local markets for some local produce and crafts and also explore the archery grounds nearby for some fun attempts of the National game of Bhutan.
  • Participate in the annual colourful festivals in some of the prominent Dzongs for a touch of Bhutanese traditions, celebrations and spiritual journey.
GRADE Demanding (1st time Leisure/ Business travellers / Explorers)
SEASON Throughout the year
DURATION 5-20 Days
Base Price
USD $ 5,553 per person | USD $ 5363 per pax for 2 person |

USD $ 4793.00 per pax for 3 person and above

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