Tour Code: Tak-1
Duration: 7 hours
Group Size: 1-10
Languages: English, German, French, Japanese, Chinese and Thai
Prize: US $200 per Person
Departure point: Paro Town (Tshongdu Bridge)
End point: Paro town (Tshongdu Bridge)
Departure Time: 8 AM
End Time: 3 PM
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Taktshang is perhaps the most famous monastery in Bhutan. Qualified to be one of the wonders of the world, Paro Taktshang (Tiger’s Lair) is not only one of Bhutan’s most sacred sites, but an architectural wonder. The monastery was named Taktshang after Guru Rinpoche, the great Indian Saint and Master flew there from Kurtoe Singay Dzong (Eastern Bhutan) riding a tigress and subdued evil forces that were obstructing the spread of Buddhism. Gyalse Tenzin Rabgay, the then secular head of Bhutan began the construction of the monastery in 1692 and completed it in 1694 on this very site.
8 AM: Guide and driver will pick you up from Tshongdu Bridge and drop off at Ramthangkha
8:30 AM: Hike begins
10:30 AM: Stoppage for tea and snacks at Taktsang view point
11 AM: Arrival at the monastery. Kindly be informed that you are not allowed to take your cameras and cell phones inside. Spend some quality time exploring this monastery, knowing its history and for those who would like to meditate and also do it.
12 Noon: After spending around an hour, we will begin our way back down towards Ramthangkha.
1PM: Enjoy your lunch. Your lunch will be in a form of pack lunch.
2:30 PM: Your car and driver will be waiting for you at road point (Ramthangkha). From Ramthangkha drive towards Paro town.
3 PM: Departure. Your memorial trip to Taktsang monastery comes to an end at Thsongdue Bridge.
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