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The Mystical Wonders of Bhutan
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Thimphu, Punakha, Paro, and more!

7 Days from Thimphu to Paro, Bhutan

March 19 – 25, 2025


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Gay Bhutan tourEmbark on a mystical odyssey through the isolated Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. With its breathtaking scenery, magnificent dzongs, and ancient Buddhist traditions, it’s become a favorite destination for travelers looking for a deeper experience. This private, luxury gay group journey has been curated to be not only a passage through Bhutan’s sacred landscapes but also to delve into the heart of this isolated Kingdom. Take this journey on its own or add it as an extension to our India and the Colors of the Holi Festival luxury gay tour.

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This country only opened to tourism in 1973, and it is where Gross National Happiness is valued more than material wealth. On this journey, you’ll be introduced to a unique way of life that has been protected from the influences of the 21st century. Age-old fortresses guard mountain passes, and colorful prayer flags flutter over Buddhist shrines and monasteries.


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Your journey begins in Thimphu, a city where modernity and history dance in harmony. Here, the majestic Tashicho Dzong Fortress, the serene Memorial Chorten, and the vibrant National Folk Heritage Museum.

Venturing through Dochula Pass reveals Bhutan’s untouched beauty, unfolding into the serene valleys of Punakha. Here, you’ll enjoy serene walks along the Mo Chhu River and explore the architectural marvel of Khamsum Yuelley Namgyal Chorten. Discover the temple of the Divine Madman, one of Bhutan’s favorite Tibetan monks who was known for his unique, humorous, and outrageous approach to spirituality. In Paro, you’ll go on a once-in-a-lifetime trek to the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, where you’ll enjoy stunning views and visit Bhutan’s most storied monastery.

In Bhutan, you’ll experience an adventure that blends the allure of ancient mysteries with the luxury of Bhutan’s finest retreats. Step into a world woven with dreams, answering Bhutan’s call on a mystical journey that is sure to be a life-changing experience.


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Mystical Wonders of Bhutan Luxury Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Wednesday, March 19, 2025
Arrive in Thimphu, Bhutan
Upon your arrival in Thimphu (PBH), you will be transferred to the Pemako Thimphu Hotel.

The afternoon is yours to enjoy at your leisure. However, you can choose to visit with one of our guides the awe-inspiring 15th-century Tango Gompa or the majestic Tashicho Dzong Fortress, which dates back 350 years and currently functions as the administrative heart of the country and houses the king’s office.

Additionally, guests can visit the gold-spired Memorial Chorten, a highly revered Buddhist monument; admire the elaborate frescoes and slate carvings at Simtokha Dzong; and immerse themselves in the Bhutanese way of life with exhibits and folk dances at the National Folk Heritage Museum, offering a comprehensive glimpse into the nation’s rich cultural heritage. Arrival airport Paro (PBH)

Hotel: Pemako Thimphu Hotel, Thimphu


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Day 2 - Thursday, March 20, 2025
Thimphu, Bhutan
Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital, is celebrated for its stunning landscapes and rich cultural tapestry, making it the largest city in the nation. The city beautifully melds historical architecture and ancient traditions with modern developments. Our exploration of Thimphu begins with visits to several key cultural sites: the National Memorial Chorten, Bhutan’s National Library, The Institute of Arts and Crafts, The Folk Heritage Museum, The Institute of Traditional Medicine Practices, The National Textile Museum, and the Handicrafts Emporium.

After enjoying lunch at the hotel, we’ll proceed to Tashichhodzong and explore the Thimphu Markets. Positioned along the Wang Chu riverbanks, Tashichhodzong serves as the seat of the National Assembly and the summer haven for the capital’s esteemed monastic body, embodying the harmonious blend of Bhutan’s spiritual and administrative heritage.

Hotel: Pemako Thimphu Hotel, Thimphu


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Day 3 - Friday, March 21, 2025
Punakha, Bhutan
This morning, we’ll drive to Punakha, taking the magnificent Dochula Pass, which offers some of the most breathtaking views in Bhutan. Upon arrival, we will check into the COMO Uma Punakha Hotel.

In the afternoon, enjoy a scenic walk along the river, crossing a suspension bridge and meandering through verdant farmlands and traditional homesteads to reach Bale Lhakhang. This small temple offers expansive views of the valley and Uma Punakha below. Following the path up alongside the Mo Chhu River, you will encounter the significant Botakha Palace. Constructed in the 1950s by the late Third King, the palace stood vacant after the capital was relocated to Thimphu. The palace’s gardens, brimming with mature fruit trees, continue to be a site where local farmers honor a legendary serpent, offering rice from each harvest as a token of reverence.

Hotel: COMO Uma Punakha Hotel, Punakha


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Day 4 - Saturday, March 22, 2025
Punakha, Bhutan
Guests are invited to take advantage of the hotel’s amenities or explore the nearby hills with a hike.

Those opting for the hike will follow a trail along the Mo Chhu River, meandering through terraced rice fields, chilies, and cabbage, leading to the Khamsum Yuelley Namgyal Chorten. This three-story monument, constructed by the Queen of Bhutan, is home to intricate and exquisite paintings, offering a glimpse into the region’s rich cultural heritage.

Hotel: COMO Uma Punakha Hotel, Punakha


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Day 5 - Sunday, March 23, 2025
Paro, Bhutan
Travel by road to Paro, a journey that takes around 4 hours. Upon arrival, proceed with check-in at the COMO Uma Paro Hotel.

Once you’ve settled into your room, set out for a sightseeing excursion around Paro city. Our tour will include visits to Zurig Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Ta Dzong, and the Paro Market. Our walk will take us through pine forests to the stunning grounds of the fortress-like Zuri Dzong.

Together, we’ll discover Ta Dzong and delve into the history at Bhutan’s National Museum. Then, let’s enjoy breathtaking views of Paro and descend to Rinpung Dzong – known as the ‘Fortress on a Heap of Jewels.’ Our path will continue over the Paro Chhu (river) via a traditional covered bridge (Nyamai Zam), passing the main archery ground, Ugyen Pelri Palace, and leading us into the heart of Paro town.

This journey is not just about the places we’ll see but the shared experiences and memories we’ll create. As we explore these historic sites, we’ll immerse ourselves in Paro’s rich culture and stunning landscapes, making our adventure unforgettable.

Hotel: COMO Uma Paro Hotel, Paro


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Day 6 - Monday, March 24, 2025
Paro, Bhutan
Today, we will experience the truly epic. It begins with an early morning hike that ranges from moderate to challenging, leading us to Taktsang Goemba, an extraordinary and significant architectural marvel in Bhutan. But the highlight will be our arrival at the Tiger’s Nest, one of the most secluded and mystical Buddhist Monasteries in the world. According to legend, Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) arrived here on a flying tigress, introducing Buddhism to Bhutan from Tibet.

After taking in Tiger’s Nest’s views, we will descend steeply before ascending towards the monastery, navigating past a waterfall. We’ll retrace our path and proceed to explore several secluded temples and monasteries. Later, we’ll visit Kyichu Lhakhang, one of Bhutan’s oldest temples, known for its miraculous orange tree that fruits throughout the year.

Hotel: COMO Uma Paro Hotel, Paro


Day 7 - Tuesday, March 25, 2025
Paro, Bhutan Departure
Transfer to Paro International Airport (PBH).

For our intrepid travelers, we are offering an additional night in Paro and are happy to make all of the arrangements individually.


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Journey Highlights

Tour of Thimphu’s arts and cultural sites

Tour of Paro City’s handicraft markets

• Hike the Taktsang Walk and Kyichu Lhakhang

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• Hike up to the sacred Tiger’s Nest Monastery

• Admire soaring Himalayan peaks and the natural beauty of Paro

• Learn about the Kingdom’s rich history and culture

• Relax with fantastic spa treatments at Como Hotels


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Included in this Journey

• 5-Star Deluxe Accommodations throughout

• Daily Breakfasts

• Welcome Dinner

• 2 Lunches & 4 Dinners

• Private English-speaking guide

• Transfers and excursions by private modern vehicles

• All entrance fees to the sites mentioned in the itinerary

• Bhutan Sustainability Fee ($100 per person daily)

• Portages at Airport

• Fully escorted gay group tour


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Not Included in this Journey

• International Airfares

• Domestic Airfares $789 (DEL-PBH-DEL)

• Gratuities – $180 per person

• Meals not mentioned in the program

• Travel Insurance (highly recommended)

• Personal Expenses

• Entry Visa Expenses

• Airport taxes (if any)

• Covid-19 Test (if applicable)


Pemako Thimphu Hotel


Tour Hotels

Pemako Thimphu Hotel, Thimphu

Five-star luxury awaits at Pemako Thimphu Hotel, set in the heart of Bhutan’s Thimphu Valley. Featuring elaborate Bhutanese architecture, the hotel offers a fitness centre and luxurious spa. 4 dining options are provided in the hotel.

Pemako Thimphu Hotel is 7 km from Buddha Point Thimphu. Paro International Airport is 60 km or an approximate 1-hour drive from the hotel.


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Stylish rooms feature wooden décor, with select ones providing stunning views of Thimphu Valley. A flat-screen TV, minibar and tea/coffee-making facilities are provided. Suites offer walk-in closets and luxurious bathrooms with a standalone bathtub.

Guests can unwind in The Jiva Spa, featuring a spa menu of Indian healing therapies. A concierge desk and business centre are available to assist guests. Currency exchange and ticketing services are offered for convenience. Chig-ja-gye and The Thongsel specialise in Bhutanese cuisine, while drinks are featured in Ara and Rimps. Room service is also available.


COMO Uma Punakha Hotel


COMO Uma Punakha Hotel, Punakha

COMO Uma Punakha, our second hotel in Bhutan, is an intimate, luxury lodge located at the far western end of the lush Punakha Valley. From our picturesque base overlooking a snake-like bend in the Mo Chu river, Uma Punakha is ideally located for those who wish to explore this remote Himalayan Kingdom.


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With two villas and eight rooms, the intimate lodge is designed to be part of the landscape. Nestled on a hillside at a bend in the Mo Chu river every room commands sweeping views of the Punakha Valley and the Mo Chu as it winds its way through the rice fields and orchards. This remote hotel is ideal for spiritual wellness seekers.


COMO Uma Paro Hotel


COMO Uma Paro Hotel, Paro

COMO Uma Paro is a 29-room resort featuring the most exclusive private villas in Bhutan. Villas at Uma by COMO Paro are entirely private, with soul-stirring views of the forest, mountains, and the surrounding valley. Each villa occupies its own glade planted with azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, and hydrangeas. Paro is home to the COMO Shambhala Retreat, a holistic health spa with an open-air yoga pavilion overlooking the Paro Valley.


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The Shambhala retreats feature two private Bhutanese hot-stone bathhouses, as well as a large indoor pool with an al fresco sundeck facing the mountains across the valley. There are separate steam rooms for men and women and a state-of-the-art gym. The yoga studio has floor-to-ceiling views of Paro, flooding the room with natural daylight, where complimentary yoga classes are held daily by their resident yoga instructor.


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The Mystical Wonders of Bhutan Luxury Gay Tour Prices

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Tour Only, Deluxe Rooms, Per Person, Double Occupancy.

$ 7,899

Tour Only, Deluxe Rooms, Per Person, Single Occupancy.
Single Occupancy rates can be avoided if you wish to be matched with another single traveler who also wishes to share. If no share is available, the single rate will apply.

$ 10,798

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Prices are per person in USD.

Domestic Airfares $789 (DEL-PBH-DEL) are additional

Gratuities additional $180 per person

A deposit of $1,000 per person required upon booking.
Pay remaining balance in 3 monthly payments beginning on June 15, 2024.

Combine this tour with our India and the Colors of the Holi Festival Luxury Gay Tour,
March 08 - 19, 2025


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