Bhutan the Last Eden
An Escape for Honeymooners

Dear honeymooners,

Tashi Delek! Congratulations on your successful happy wedding!

Warm greetings from the Kingdom of Bhutan!

If you are planning to escape to live your post-wedding dreams, this peaceful kingdom is a perfect getaway with endless treasure-trove of adventures and discoveries.

As a native and seasoned travel host for private weddings and vacationers, we invite you to try our itinerary or tailor your itinerary. The featured itinerary ‘Bhutan the Last Eden: an Escape for Honeymooners’ highlights active outdoors travel, multi-sports (biking & rafting), nature hike, rejuvenating guided yoga / meditation sessions, all seasoned with cultural ethos and authentic gastronomical experiences.

Holidays Bhutan premium package covers flight and ground arrangements, seasoned media team (photography & filming) to cover your entire vacation, ultra-luxury accommodations, chartered chopper excursions and organize gala events in exotic locations.

Holidays Bhutan team look forward to hosting your honeymoon vacations in Bhutan.


Holidays Bhutan reception team, led by the host, will receive our Guest Couple at the Paro international Airport for swift 15-minute transfer to the hotel.

The hotel’s reception team will join Holidays Bhutan in welcoming our guests. Check into the room, refresh and join the welcome tea and formal introduction.

Paro Valley (2,200 masl) is one of the most scenic valleys in western Bhutan. In spring (March – May), the blossoms paint the landscape like an artist’s brushstroke. In autumn (Sept-November), the valley’s golden rice fields and clear blue sky is picture-perfect.

Visit the historic Rinchen Pung Dzong (built in 1645), literally translating into the Fortress on a Heap of Jewels.

Walk down and cross over the traditional cantilever bridge.

Drive back for herbal body massage and traditional hot-stone bath.

If our guests are interested to experience local costume and culture, our cultural guide will help wear Gho for men and Kira for women, the national dress of Bhutan. You can also try the bespoke traditional boots to pair with the dress.

Welcome dinner with Holidays Bhutan host and team.

Meals included: Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel in Paro

The day starts with a guided yoga/meditation session in the hotel premise. Drive up to Chele la, the highest motorable Mountain Pass in Bhutan (38 km/ 1 hr 16 min travel time).

Enjoy the spectacular view of the Jhomolhari Peak (elevation 7,326 m). Holidays Bhutan will arrange a monk to conduct Riwo Sangchoe – a smoke offering ceremony to heal ailments, remove obstacles and accumulate merit. Hoist prayer flags on the pass to generate good fortune and happiness for all sentient beings.

The other side of the pass is the charming Haa Valley (2,600 masl), the abode of fearsome warrior deity Ap Chundu.

Stop over to see Meri Punsum, the three identical towering mountain ridges across the mountain pass. The valley is known to be a hidden land of Rigsum Genpo, the trinity of three Bodhisattvas: Avaloketeshvara Bodhisattva of compassion, Manjushri the Bodhisattva of Wisdom, Chanag Dorje the Bodhisattva of Buddha Activity.

Visit Lhakhang Karpo (white temple) and Lhakhang Nagpo (black temple). Legend:

Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo built the two temples in his mission to build 108 in one day. Legend has it that the king released a black and a white pigeon as site hunting for his undertaking. The two temples were named after the two pigeons. The white temple is built on the base of Meri Punsum. Lhakhang Nagpo is situated to the north of Lhakhang Karpo and serves as the abode of the guardian deity Da Do Chen.

Try the local delicacies: local fresh trout, buckwheat dumplings filled with turnip greens, spices, and fresh cottage cheese.

The communities of the valley host the popular Haa Summer Festival, showcasing the distinct lifestyle, regional cuisines, culture and custom. Please check our festival dates to plan your trip and catch the festival.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel in Haa

Drive from Haa to Capital Thimphu (79 km) traverses scenic landscapes, virgin forests and bucolic countryside. The region is known for organic farming and cash crops like potatoes, broccoli, and cabbages.

Stopover at Dochula Pass for tea/coffee and enjoy the spectacular view of the pan-Himalayas from the 3,100-mt mountain pass.

Enjoy a short walk to the popular Temple of Fertility in Punakha. The temple is a popular haunt/attraction for couples around the world. Locals frequent the temple to receive names for their new-borns. Learn about the beloved saint Drukpa Kunley (1455-1529), whose songs and stories of spiritual realization continue to influence and shape the Bhutanese socio-cultural life.

Please have an open mind as you take the walk of fame to the temple through the village proudly exhibiting their phallic house paintings, souvenir arts and crafts.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel in Punakha

In the morning, visit the 400-year-old Pungthang Dechen Phodrang, the palace of great bliss and learn about Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel (1594- 1651), the founding father of Bhutan. The castle fortress is an epitome of Bhutanese architecture housing national relics and finest Buddhist frescos including the popular 12 episodes of the life of Shakyamuni Buddha inside the grand assembly hall.

Please check the festival dates to catch the festival in the courtyard of the historic fortress.

Visit Kaja Throm, a farmer’s market in Khuruthang.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel in Thimphu

Travel distance/ time from Punakha to Paro: 3 hr / 110 km Stopover at Dochula Pass for tea-coffee and enjoy the spectacular view of the Himalayas.

Visit the Motithang Takin Reserve. Takin is the national animal of Bhutan. Drive to Sangaygang viewpoint and enjoy the refreshing view of Thimphu City.

Visit the National Institute of Zorig Chusum where you can watch and learn about the thirteen arts and crafts of Bhutan.

Visit the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan/ museum (instituted in 2005) and learn about the history and craft of textile weaving in Bhutan.

Stroll through the craft market showcasing the authentic crafts of rural Bhutanese artisans.

Visit the city’s landmark Centennial Farmer’s Market and try the local and continental flavors.

Drive to Paro (40km / travel time: 1 hr)

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel in Paro

Hike to the spectacular Taktsang, literally called the Tiger’s Nest. The first temple complex was built in 1692, which was blessed by Padmasambhava as a power-place and treasure trove in the 8th century. The magical site has attracted some of the legendary Buddhist saints and treasure discoverers who attained spiritual realizations and revealed treasure teachings from the site.

Guests have options between foot-hike and pony ride up to the Tiger’s Nest.

The 2-3-hour moderate climb traverses mixed forests of oak, pine and rhododendron and finally descending to a waterfall cascading down a 2000-ft vertical cliff.

Hike down and drive back for herbal body massage and traditional hot-stone bath. Later in the evening, attend a cultural show and farewell dinner. Formal closing session by Holidays Bhutan team.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Hotel in Paro

This morning/afternoon we see you off at the airport to catch your flight to Bangkok or other gateway cities to connect with your international flight to next destination.

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