Day 1 Arrive at Paro International Airport. 
You will be warmly received by our representative and escorted to your hotel. 
Day 2 Paro - Sightseeing 
Day 3 Thimphu - Sightseeing
Visit the Memorial Chorten, a huge Stupa built in memory of the third King of Bhutan who reigned from 1952 - 1972. Visit the National Library where ancient manuscripts are preserved.
Visit the Wood Craft and Painting school where traditional art and craft are still kept alive.Visit Handicrafts Emporium where Bhutanese textiles and other arts are displayed and can be purchased. 
After lunch, visit Simtokba Dzong, located 6 kim from Thimphu Town, Built in 1629 AD this is the oldest fortresses in Bhutan.
Visit Tashichho Dzong, the scat of the Royal Government and the winter residence of the Head Abbot and the monastic school. 
You will be warmly received by our representative and escorted to your hotel.  
Day 4 Thimphu - Gangtey
Drive to Gantey - 90 kms from Thimpbu.  On the way, halt at Dochula pass ( 26 klms, Alt. 3100 mtrs ) for tea and snacks and on a clear day, the most spectacular view of the eastern Himalayan mountain ranges. Also visit Punakha ( 60 kms ) the former capital of Bhutan. The Punakha Dzong lies between two rivers known as Phochu and Mochu which means male and female river.  The Dzong, built in 1637 A.D. now houses the District Administration and is also the winter residence of the State Monastic Body and its Chief Abbot. 
Overnight in the Guest house. The Guest house in Gangtey is not luxurious but very clean and comfortable. The food is excellent.
Gangtey is a beautiful place of rolling hills and green meadows surrounded by snowcapped mountains . It is situated at an altitude of 3000 mtrs.  From Gangtey, one can closely view the picturesque Black Mountain ranges as well as the beautiful Phobjikha valley. Gangtey Gonpa (Gangtey Monastery) is perched atop a small hill that rises from the valley floor.Tlie Monastery is surrounded by a large village inhabited mainly by the families of the 140 Gomehens (Lay Monks). The Gangtey Gonpa is the only Nyingmapa Monastery on the western side of the Black Mountains and is also the biggest of its kind. 
Day 5 Gangtey - Gogona
Begin the Gangtey Trek. Riding ponies can be provided if required. The trail winds through meadows and fields and the climb takes you through a mixed forest of juniper,bamboo, magnolia and rhododendron to Tselela pass ( 3320 mtrs ) Overnight at camp - alt. 3000 mtrs. Distance 16 kms, and time 5-6 Hr. 
Day 6 Gogona - Khotokha
A gentle climb leads to Shobjula pass - 3390 mtrs. The descent from the pass leads to a wide valley, surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges. Overnight at camp. Distance 16 kms, Time 6-7 hrs. 
Day 7 Khotokha - Chuzomsa
A short ascent will bring you to the Tashila pass - 2780 mtrs . You walk through an ever changing landscape into the drainage of Dangchu river. Overnight at camp. 
Day 8 Chuzomsa - Thimphu - Paro
Walk from Chuzomsa to the motor road which takes about 45 minutes. Drive to Thimphu and after lunch drive on to Paro. Distance from Chuzomsa to Paro 75 kms.  
Overnight in hotel. 
Day 9 Paro - Visit Tiger's Nest
Drive up to Satsam Chorten ( 10 klms from Paro Town ) and walk to Taktsang Monastery.The name Taktsang means "Tiger's Nest ". The Monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a sheer drop of nearly 400 mtrs and overlooks the Paro Valley. Taktsang is one of the most venerated pilgrim sites in the Himalayan world and it has 13 holy places. However, most people can only visit the main site called Taktsang Pelphug. According to legend, Taktsang Monastery was founded by Guru Padmasarnbhava in the eighth century.  It is believed that the Guru alighted here upon the back of a tigress. 
Day 10 Paro - International Airport  Thimphu - Gangtey