Duration

8 Days 6 Nights

Country

Bhutan

Maximum Traveller

10

Min Pax

4

White water Rafting

Bhutan with its various valleys and rivers offers a variety of choices for people who love water and water sports. The rivers of Bhutan are generally very steep and powerful and road access is limited, so only a relatively short section of the main rivers are suitable for kayaking and rafting. Bhutan offers a unique destination for avid kayakers whom are comfortable in class three and class four rivers, with incredible rivers that are both challenging and some of the most beautiful in the world. The Pho Chhu (located in Punakha Valley) is the most popular river for water sports; it is easily accessible by road and has a couple of class III rapids.

Overview

Overview

  • Explore some of the most sacred Buddhist monasteries and the ancient temples.
  • Marvel at the glorious architecture of ancient times, either in evocative states of ruin, or fastidiously restored to its original glory.
  • Journey through pristine nature, capturing the traverse beautiful landscapes from lush valleys to dense forests.
  • Discover villages, markets and meet the indigenous people, get a glimpse into the life of happy people.
  • Experience the beauty of the famous Taktsang Monastery also known as Tiger’s Nest, perched on a cliff 900m above the valley.
  • Relive the history of Bhutan by visiting a 16th century Ugyen Chholing Palace complex, 14th century Tang Rimochen Lhakhang where Guru Rinpoche meditated and Mebar Tsho (Burning Lake), where some of Guru Rinpoche’s treasures were found in the 15th century by the famous treasure discover Pema Lingpa.
  • Journey to the rugged, remote and seldom visited Eastern Districts.
  • Explore Bhutan’s central valleys, rich with ancient historical and sacred Buddhist sites.

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