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bhutan adventure tour

Bhutan’s mountainous geography and rugged topography provide exiting opportunities for adventure activities of all kinds.

From hiking, trekking and kayaking to river rafting, mountain biking and fishing, the choice is abundant. Bhutan truly offers one-of-a-kind experience for travelers seeking adventure in an unspoiled and unexplored environment.

You can ask us to put the adventure activities interested for your tour in Bhutan. We can put together to experience in your lifetime.



Flight into Paro with Druk Air or Bhutan Airline, presents you views of the awesome peaks, including the sacred Jhomolhari 7314m and Jichu Drake 6794m peaks in Bhutan. On arrival our representative of  Bokar Tours will greet you.

You will drive to Thimphu;  your first stop will allow you to view picturesque  Tachog Lhakhang, the hereditary place of worship for Bhutan’s Iron Bridge Builder and further drive we will reach to Chuzom marks by the confluence of Paro Chu (river) and the Wang Chu. Opposite of you, at the confluence, are three evil protecting chortens each built in a different style. Evening stroll through the market and mingle with the local people and visit shops.

Overnight stay in hotel, Thimphu.

Day 2:  Explore THIMPHU (2320M)

Start your day in Thimphu with visit to National Memorial Chorten, a stupa dedicated to world peace and prosperity in 1974 in memory of the Third King of Bhutan; the National Institute of Zorig Chusum where students undergo training course in Bhutan’s 13 traditional arts and crafts; Folk Heritage Museum which will provide an insight into traditional Bhutanese farm house and rural past through exhibits and documentation of rural life.

Afternoon visit Changangkha Lhakhang, a fortress likes temple, which lies perched on a ridge above Thimphu; Taken Preserve to see the rare national animal of Bhutan. This animal is chosen as the national animal of Bhutan for its uniqueness and its association with the country’s religious history and mythology.

Visit to Buddha point – the Buddha Dordenma Project is the construction of a 138.6-foot-tall Shakyamuni Buddha statue (inclusive of lotus) seated on a 62-foot-tall throne in the Kingdom of Bhutan, symbolizes peerless virility to bestow blessings, peace, and happiness on the whole world. From there you will get the stunning view of Thimphu valley.  You can hike through the biking trail of Buddha point will give you the whole Thimphu city and valley view.

Followed by a visit to Tashichho Dzong or “the fortress of the glorious religion” which is Bhutan’s administration, religious centre, throne room of His Majesty the King of Bhutan and other Government offices. It is also the summer residence of Je Khenpo or Chief Abbot.

Overnight stay in hotel, Thimphu.


You will ride to Lamperi Park crossing over one of the spectacular mountain pass called Dochu La, 3050meters pass, snow-capped eastern Himalayan ranges can be seen on a clear day. The bike from the Thimphu valley ascends up to Dochula Pass, which will take about 1 hour more.

At Dochula pass and enjoy the view of eastern Himalayan ranges stretching about 25 kilometer. The beauty is further enhancing by Druk Wangyal Chorten 108 stupas built by the eldest Queen Mother. You will continue bike to Park winding down through the lush forest of oak, fir, spurs, and rhododendron. Lamperi park was declared as Royal Botanical Park in 2008 to commemorate 100 years of Monarchy under Wangchuck dynasty. Royal Botanical Park is a nature recreation and Eco-tourism site.

Some of the attractions of the park are the lake where you can make rounds on a boat, trekking, and campsite and watershed area. The park also hosts festival and screens documentary to the public. The most awaited festival is the Annual Rhododendron Festival which happens in April.

Overnight stay in tented camp, Lampari.


After breakfast you will start a journey biking to Punakha the ancient capital of Bhutan. On the way you will stop at Sopsokha village and bike off road through rice field and village to have a short walk up to Chimi Lhakhang the auspicious fertility monastery dedicated to Divine Madman.

later bike upstream to Punakha Dzong, which stands majestically at the junction of the two rivers – Pho Chu, and Mo Chhu. The Dzong is said to be the most beautiful of dzong in Bhutan; it is an outstanding structure with intense artwork, and the winter residence of the Je khempo (chief abbot). Also this is the second dzong built in Bhutan by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in the year 1637.

Further bike to place called Nyezergang towards the north for white water rafing on this beautiful Mo Chhu river floating zig zag along the village under the bridge, near the fields etc. finally you raft passes by the Dzong and ends just below the Dzong.

Overnight stay in hotel, Punakha.


You will drive back to Thimphu on the way stop again at Dochu La for lunch; from there you can enjoy the sun set view of Himalayan ranges and snow peaks. You will hike to Lungchutse for 3-4 hours uphill one way and return to pass.

You will also visit Druk Wangyel Lhakhang built by the eldest Queen mother; the past and future appear to merge in the details of the Lhakhang that tells the story of a supreme warrior figure whose vision pierces the distant future. Continue to Thimphu by biking or in the car according to your will. On the way visit Semtokha dzong built in 1629, one of the oldest fortress.

Overnight stay in hotel, Thimphu.


Morning drive to Paro and on arrival you will visit the auspicious Kyichu Lhakhang, a scared monument pinning down the left foot of a treacherous ogress, which is built in 659 A.D by the Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo.

Drive north to visit Drugyel Dzong the imposing fortress which was the strategic vantage point for numerous defeat of invading Tibetan armies and here in clear weather can view the spectacular view of mount Jhomolhari 7314m.

In the afternoon will drive to watchtower or locally known as Ta-Dzong. The third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck housed it into the National museum in the 1960s. The seven-floor museum highlights various aspects of Bhutanese culture and history dating back to the 7th century. A short walk downhill to the Rinpung Dzong, which serves as the administrative center, and school for monks, and walk further down crossing the traditional bridge into Paro Town.

Overnight stay in hotel, Paro.


You will hike about 2 hours uphill to the Taktsang monastery on foot. The monastery, which clings to a huge granite cliff 900 meters, it is believed that the great saint Padmasambhava came in the 7th century on a flying tigress and meditated in a cave for 3 months. It is a pilgrimage site for every Bhutanese to visit once in their lifetime.

Evening you can visit farm house and you can try the hot-stone bath equivalent to Swiss Sauna. 

Overnight stay in hotel, Paro.


You will drive to the Paro International Airport for your onward journey.