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Taktshang – Tiger Nest

Taktsang Monastery or the The Tiger’s Nest, is a famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Nyingma (Red Hat Sect),



River Rafting in Bhutan

Explore Bhutan and its rivers on a trip that will prove to be both a cultural experience and exiting holiday. This




If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the stress you encountered from planning



Dochula Pass

“The 108 Druk Wangyal Khangzang Chhortens brings multifold merit to all sentient beings.”The Druk



Snow Man Terk

Snowman Trek is one of the hardest to extreme trekking from all of our trekking packages, therefore this trek



Paro Tshechu

Paro Tshechu which is Schedule on April 11-15, 2014 is a religious festival and it is one of the major festival




Trans Summit will arrange your stay and will guide you to the perfect holiday where you can be at complete peace, restful and enjoying your entire holiday.

If you have planned your trip to Bhutan, we will provide you with a great starting to know your way around and customize an itinerary of all the sights you may wish to see. We also provide air ticketing service, a wide range of tours and trekking packages, a place to see, special tours like honeymoon, cycling, farm stay, fly fishing are also included and can be customized as per your test and time frame. So please take a look at our activities page.   Read More…


Trans Summit is a home bred tour operator formed by a group of extremely experienced worker in tourism since Bhutan opened its doors to foreign visitors in 1974. Through us you will learn more about the Bhutanese culture, history and its beautiful nature which can leave you with a feeling that you had a unique, unforgettable experience in life time. We hold ourselves to the highest standards and provide the best services.   Read More…

Happy Journey

Gangtey Culture trek

As easy trek that passes through bamboo and rhododendron forest. The rare black necked crane can be seen during the winter. This is a 3 day trek, reaching an altitude of 11277ft/3438m that could be combined with staying an extra day at the start.

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Druk Wangyel

The Dochula Druk Wangyel Festival straddles the well-known pass at the heart of the Royal Botanical Park,. The pass marks the cut-off point between the districts of Thimphu on the western side and Punakha on the eastern side.

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Dagala thousand lakes Trek

This trek is called the “Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek”. Are there really thousand lakes? An elderly horsemen from area heard from his parents that there are actually 105 lakes or may be 108 – a holy figure in Buddhism in the area;

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Happiness On A Horizon

Druk Air is the national airline of Bhutan. You can board a flight on it, bound for Paro from Bangkok, Kolkata, New Delhi or Kathmandu. The preview to what Bhutan has to offer starts immediately once aboard the flight, as you feast

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See More About Bhutan

Motithang Takin: Takin Park is located in the upper town of capital city Thimphu,Bhutan is a wildlife reserve area for takin, the National Animal of Bhutan. Originally a mini-zoo, it was converted into a preserve when it was discovered that the animals refrained from inhabiting the


Motithang Takin

Heritage Museum: These museums that were established in 2001 in Thimphu provide visitors and tourists with fascinating insights into the Bhutanese material culture and way of life. The Folk Heritage Museum with a three storied,19th century


Heritage Museum

National Museum: is a cultural museum in the town of Paro in western Bhutan. Established in 1968, in the renovated ancient Ta-dzong building, above Rinpung Dzong under the command of His Majesty, the King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the third


National Museum

FLower and Nature Lover

Bhutan, the size of Switzerland, was declared one of the 10 global hot spots on Earth. With more that over 675 bird species (more that what is found in the whole of North America), 178 mammals, 7000 plant species, and 46 recorded species of rhododendrons, Bhutan is truly unique. Rhododendrons are found between the altitude of 1000 meters to 5000 meters and they start blooming from February to July. Dwarf rhododendrons and blue poppy are found best in June at the altitude of 4000 meters.


Day 1: Paro – Thimphu
Arrival at Paro International Airport where you will be greeted by representatives from Trans Summit. After lunch visit the Paro Dzong, after which you will drive to Thimphu. Check in Hotel. Leisure evening. Overnight Thimphu. Drive time from Paro to Thimphu: 1 hour

Day 2: Thimphu
Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan is located in a wooded valley, along the banks of the Wang-Chu River. Over the past couple of years Thimphu has not only developed in terms of infrastructure but the population has drastically increased as well. With population of roughly 100,000, you will notice that the rural-urban migration is very high here. Start your day by visiting the Zorig Chosum (School of Arts and Crafts), National Library, Handmade paper factory, Silversmith, Zilukha Nunnery, Tashicho Dzong (Central Secretariat), Handicraft Emporium and finish the day walking along Thimphu Main Street. Overnight Thimphu.

Day 3: Thimphu – Wangdiphodrang
Drive to Wangdiphodrang over Dochula Pass (3100 meters). Dochula Pass boast 108 chortens and a monastery (Druk Wangyel Lhakhang) built by Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck dedicated to 100 years of Monarchy. The monastery has beautiful murals depicting the Wangchuck Dynasty. Continue drive down the valley to Wangdiphodrang.   Read More…