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Please help with 7D/6N Bhutan itinerary

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Hi everyone, I'm planning to go to Bhutan this November and have only a week to spare.
I'm already in touch with Snow White travel and tours based on the recommendations here and Kencho and I are in the process of crafting our itinerary.

So far, here's what I've come up with. Kencho may suggest things, but I just wanted to know what you guys think. Is it possible? Too busy? I really really want to see the Phobjika valley, based on the reports, because it's supposedly one of the most beautiful in Bhutan and I'm already dropping Bumthang from my trip. I would love love to add more days, but my budget is already stretched as it is. Thanks everyone, I appreciate any inputs.

Day 1: Arrive in in Paro from Bangkok
Lunch
Travel to thimpu, visit museum, hospital, memorial chorten, etc
Day 2: Breakfast
Resume Thimpu tour: zoo, school, library, factory, dzong, etc.
Lunch
Afternoon hike to Tango dzong
Day 3: Thimpu to Punakha and Punakha sightseeing, visit Punakha dzong, overnight in Wangduephodrang
Day 4: Wangdue phodrang to Phobjika, overnight Wangdue
Day 5: Wangdue back to Paro
Day 6: Paro sightseeing- Tiger's nest
Day 7: Bye bye Bhutan

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