Duration: 08 Nights / 09 Days
1st Day – Journey starts from Sealdah /Howrah Rly Station.
2nd Day – At morning arrive at Hasimara Rly. Station and transfer to Hotel at Joygaon. ( Night-stay at Joygaon ) ( Hasimara to Joygaon – 45mins. & New Alipurduar to Joygaon 1.30mins. approx).
3rd Day – After breakfast Dep. Joygaon at 09.30a.m. and take Inner- line Permit & arrive Thimphu at 05.30p.m. ( Night Stay at Thimphu ) ( 07hrs. & 175km. approx ).
4th Day– After breakfast Thimphu Local Sight Seeing and back to Hotel ( Night stay at Thimphu ).
5th Day – At morning Thimphu to Punakha ( 77km. & 02.30mins) via DO – CHU – LA Pass ,
( 10,000ft approx) & back to Thimphu. ( Lunch on the Way)( Night Stay at Thimphu ).
6th Day– After Breakfast Dep. Thimphu and arrive Paro via Paro Local Sight Seeing.( Night Stay at
Paro ) ( Time 03hrs. approx).
7th Day– After break-fast visit CHE – LE – LA Pass. ( 15,000ft ) and back to Hotel. ( Night-stay at Paro).
8th Day– After Break-fast Dep. Paro at 08 a.m. and arrive Hasimara Rly. Stn. ( 195km)
( Lunch on the way) and same day Dep for Howrah /Sealdah.
09th Day – Arrive Sealdah/Howrah Rly. Stn .
NOTE:- UP / DN TRAIN JOURNEY MAY CHANGE OWING TO AVAILABILITY OF TICKETS.
Note – Company will not be liable for any change / Cancellation of Tour Programme due to Natural
Calamity, Political disturbance or any other unforeseen incident .
Some Important Information :
( 1 ) . Only Voter ID card will be valid or Valid Passport with Xerox.
( 2 ) . Four copies passport size photo.
( 3 ). Package Includes – Lodging, Food, Sight Seeing Only.
( 4 ). Excludes – Any type of Entry Fees, Porter Charges, Mineral Water, Guide Charges.
(A.).THIMPHU – 1.Memorial Chorten – This stupa was built in 1974 in the memory of
Bhutan’s 3rdKing. )
(B). PARO – ( 7600ft.Approx). 1.Paro Dzong . 2.Kichu Monestry 3.National Museum
4.Paro Air port.
(C). Punakha – Punakha was the capital of Bhutan in 1955.
1.Puakha Dzong – The second dzong was built in Bhutan in 1637. Punakha is a sub- tropical valley.
(D). Phuentsholing – Gateway of Bhutan from India side.
The Tiananmen, a gate in the wall of the Imperial City, was built in 1415 during the Ming dynasty. In the 17th century, fighting between Li Zicheng’s rebel forces and the forces of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty caused heavy damage to, or even destroyed, the gate. Tiananmen Square was designed and built in 1651, and has since been enlarged by four times its original size in the 1950s.
Near the centre of the square stood the “Great Ming Gate”, the southern gate to the Imperial City, renamed “Great Qing Gate” during the Qing dynasty, and “Gate of China” during the Republican era. Unlike the other gates in Beijing, such as the Tiananmen and the Zhengyangmen, this was a purely ceremonial gateway, with three arches but no ramparts, similar in style to the ceremonial gateways found in the Ming tombs. This gate had a special status as the “Gate of the Nation”, as can be seen from its successive names. It normally remained closed, except when the Emperor passed through. Commoner traffic was diverted to side gates at the western and eastern ends of the square, respectively. Because of this diversion in traffic, a busy marketplace, called “Chess Grid Streets”, was developed in the big, fenced square to the south of this gate.