Dodeydra Meditation Tour

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Being a Buddhist country, Bhutan has lot to offer to the Buddhist believers. From blessings of all kinds to teachings of all types, and practices of different ways, Bhutan has it all. Take time out from your busy life and try to find a recess in the tranquility of mind. Skip from the hustles and bustles from your city and come to Bhutan to have momentary easy breathing and look inwards. We offer a trip to Dodeydra Meditation Centre. Truly, many have found themselves after this trip and returned home.


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Day 1: Paro to Thimphu
 
You will be received at the Paro International Airport (2200 meters above sea level).
Travel to Thimphu (2300m).
In the afternoon, visit to National Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma Stupa, Takin (the national animal) Park, Bhutan Post Office to have printed personal stamps, and the Thimphu Tashichhodzong.
 
Overnight at Hotel Para Phendeyling (or similar)
 
Day 2: Thimphu
 
Hike to Chagri Monastery (2850m) in the first half of the day.
After lunch, walk in town and watch Bhutanese national game, Archery.
 
Overnight at Hotel Para Phendeyling (or similar)
 
 
Day 3: Thimphu
 
Hike to Dodeydra monastery (3000m) which is over 3 hours.
En route, have a clear and breath-taking view of Thimphu valley.
Evening, have a respite by meditating with the monks.
 
Overnight at monastery
 
Day 4: Thimphu to Punakha
 
Hike back to Thimphu and depart for Punakha.
On the way, stop at Dochula Pass (3150m) to visit Druk Wangyal Chortens.
Next stop is at Chimi Lhakhang which is better known as the temple of fertility.
 
Overnight at Zhingkham Resort (or similar)
 
Day 5: Punakha–Phobjikha valley
 
Visit to the majestic Punakha Dzong (1200m) and the longest suspension bridge.
Travel to Phobjikha (3000m), the place known for hosting the endangered Black-Necked Cranes as its winter habitat.
Also visit the iconic Gangtey Goenpa—the seat of revered Peling Branch of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Hike through the Nature Trail in the evening.
 
Overnight at Homestay
 
Day 6: Phobjikha-Paro
 
Leave Phobjikha for Paro valley.
En route, visit Semtokha Dzong, the oldest dzong in Bhutan.
In the afternoon, have an orientation tour along the Paro Street.
 
Overnight at Bhutan Mandala Resort (or similar)
 
 
Day 7: Tiger’s Nest Hike
 
Hike for Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery (2900m), which is Bhutan’s most famous monastery built in 8th century by Guru Rinpoche (spiritual master).
Also, visit Kyichu Lhakhang – one of Bhutan’s oldest and most beautiful temples, and Drugyel Dzong if time permits.
 
Day 8: Departure:
 
Leave Bhutan for Delhi/Bangkok/Singapore
Day 1: Paro to Thimphu
 
You will be received at the Paro International Airport (2200 meters above sea level).
Travel to Thimphu (2300m).
In the afternoon, visit to National Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma Stupa, Takin (the national animal) Park, Bhutan Post Office to have printed personal stamps, and the Thimphu Tashichhodzong.
 
Overnight at Hotel Para Phendeyling (or similar)
 
Day 2: Thimphu
 
Hike to Chagri Monastery (2850m) in the first half of the day.
After lunch, walk in town and watch Bhutanese national game, Archery.
 
Overnight at Hotel Para Phendeyling (or similar)
 
 
Day 3: Thimphu
 
Hike to Dodeydra monastery (3000m) which is over 3 hours.
En route, have a clear and breath-taking view of Thimphu valley.
Evening, have a respite by meditating with the monks.
 
Overnight at monastery
 
Day 4: Thimphu to Punakha
 
Hike back to Thimphu and depart for Punakha.
On the way, stop at Dochula Pass (3150m) to visit Druk Wangyal Chortens.
Next stop is at Chimi Lhakhang which is better known as the temple of fertility.
 
Overnight at Zhingkham Resort (or similar)
 
Day 5: Punakha–Phobjikha valley
 
Visit to the majestic Punakha Dzong (1200m) and the longest suspension bridge.
Travel to Phobjikha (3000m), the place known for hosting the endangered Black-Necked Cranes as its winter habitat.
Also visit the iconic Gangtey Goenpa—the seat of revered Peling Branch of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Hike through the Nature Trail in the evening.
 
Overnight at Homestay
 
Day 6: Phobjikha-Paro
 
Leave Phobjikha for Paro valley.
En route, visit Semtokha Dzong, the oldest dzong in Bhutan.
In the afternoon, have an orientation tour along the Paro Street.
 
Overnight at Bhutan Mandala Resort (or similar)
 
Day 7: Tiger’s Nest Hike
 
Hike for Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery (2900m), which is Bhutan’s most famous monastery built in 8th century by Guru Rinpoche (spiritual master).
Also, visit Kyichu Lhakhang – one of Bhutan’s oldest and most beautiful temples, and Drugyel Dzong if time permits.
 
Day 8: Departure:
 
Leave Bhutan for Delhi/Bangkok/Singapore
 

GROUP SIZE: Any group Size                                                           
MEALS : Full Board
TRIP ACCOMMODATION : Tourist Standard Hotel,
generally 3 to 4 star category.
ROUTE: Paro, Thimphu,Punakha and Wangdue
TRIP TYPE :Cultural Tour 

TRIP SEASONS: Throughout year                                   
BEST MONTHS:Throughout year
TOUR  MONTHS: Throughout year
LEAN SEASON : USD 200  Per person
PEAK SEASON:
USD 225 Pes person 
SINGAL INDIVIDUAL: USD 40 per night
GROUP OF 2 PERSONS:USD 30 per person per night
VISA FEE: USD 40 (One time)

 







 


INCLUDED
  • Bhutan Royalties, tourists fees, Visa fees and taxes.
  • Accommodations in listed or similar hotels (pleasant hotels 3-4 star type) during the tour and in tents during the trek.
  • All meals, including evening tea/coffee etc through-out the trip.
  • All land transfers, sightseeing with entrance fees.
  • Experienced Culture Tour Guide.
  • Bottled water in the vehicle and other camp serivce.

NOT INCLUDED
  • Flights in and out of Bhutan.
  • Travel insurance, Drink, Visa fees, Laundry 

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