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Tingri is famous in Tibet for offering spectacular views of Mount Chomolangma, the Tibetan name for Everest which means "Mother Goddess of the Universe". Standing at 8848 meters, it lies at the border between China and Nepal.
The peak has been a holy climbing attraction for world's mountaineers. In recent years, more and more mountaineers start from the Everest Base Camp trying to conquer the world's highest peak by the north face while tourists trek to the foot of the peak to enjoy its beauty. The trek to Everest Base Camp starts from Tingri.



Rongbuk Monastery

On the way between Tingri and Everest Base Camp, one can visit Rongbuk Monastery which is the highest monastery on Earth. Its altitude is 5100 meters. The monastery, having eight sub-monasteries including a nunnery, was destroyed in the Cultural Revolution and is now gradually being restored.

The monastery was founded in 1899, as a Nyingmapa monastery. It is said that Padmasambhava, founder of Nyingmapa Buddhist School, proceeded his religious cultivation there. Lamas and Nuns are housed in the same monastery. Pilgrims trek a long way to pay votive offerings or see lamas playing operas during big Buddhist days.
300 meters south of the monastery is the famous Rongbuk Glacier. A distance of 10 kilometers lies between Rongbuk Monastery and Everest Base Camp.

Day 01: Arrive Paro

After being welcomed in the Paro International Airport, you are taken to Thimphu and transferred to your hotel for refreshing and resting.
Night in Thimphu.

Day 02: Thimphu.

During all the day, you visit the highlights of Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. Your guide will bring you to the Traditional Painting School, the National Library and the Memorial Chorten. Today you also discover the Takin, the Bhutan national animal: a body of cow with a head of goat. At the end of the day, you enter into Tashichho Dzong.
Night in Thimphu.

Day 03: Wangdue Phodrang-Punakha

After three hours driving, you arrive in Wangdue Phodrang and its Dzong located at the top of a hill.
After Wangdue you are taken to the Dzong of Punakha, on the banks of a river. This fortress is said to be one of the most beautiful in Bhutan.
Night in Punakha.

Day 04: Bumthang

A long day driving brings you to Bhumthang. The beautiful valley of Bhumthang is considered as the Switzerland of Bhutan.
Night in Bhumthang.

Day 05: Bhumthang-Jakar Dzong

During all day you visit Bhumthang: Jakar Dzong which is the biggest Dzong in Bhutan, Jambay Lakhang, Tamshing Monastery and the Swiss Farm.
Night in Bhumthang.

Day 06: Ura

After breakfast, you proceed to Ura, a valley to the south-east of Bhumthang. It is believed to have been the home of the earliest inhabitants of Bhutan. Ura is a very beautiful valley with Buddhist monasteries and traditional houses. After the lunch, drive back to Bhumthang.
Night in Bhumthang.

Day 07: Trongsa

Today you come back to the western valleys of Bhutan. On the way you stop at Trongsa to visit the Dzong of the city.
Five hours later you are in Wangdue Phodrang.
Night in Wangdue Phodrang.

Day 08: Paro

Five hours driving bring you back to Paro. This city is the home of the only airport of the country. The rest of the day is spent to visit the Paro Dzong and the National Museum.
Night in Paro.

Day 09: Taktsang

Today is an excursion day to Taktsang also called Tiger's Nest. This hike leads to a monastery hanged to the rock of a hill. It is one of the main highlights of Bhutan.
Night in Paro

Day 10: Departure

You are transferred to the airport for your final departure.

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