The homeland of the thunder dragon, Bhutan, locally known as the Druk Yul, is the perfect destination for a peaceful time in the Himalayas. The small kingdom settled at the eastern Himalayas is getting popularity all around the world for its ancient and beautiful heritages; monasteries or Gumpa, locally known as Dzong, temples, fortresses, and palaces, and the elite beauty of the Himalayas. Bhutan is popular among the tourist and travelers for its culture, the behaviors of the locals towards the strangers, the costumes and tradition they practicing, the silence street and peaceful environment, green vegetation and hills, snow-capped mountains and peaks of the Himalayas, and several streams flowing rapidly to join the rivers leaving the beautiful waterfalls, ad many other things. Bhutan is not just for tours or any particular trekking, the versatile Bhutan offers lots of things to do in the top destinations. You can hike near the town, enjoy the long trekking towards the Himalayas, adventure the water sports, explore the marvelous places and heritage sites, experience the diverse wildlife and core wilderness, and do many other best things.
Highlights of Bhutan Tour
Paro and Tiger Nest
The town presiding at the edge of River Paro, Paro is the small town and the only getaway to the flyers to enter Bhutan as the only international airport of the nation is located at Paro. Paro is popular for the beautiful river and the urban settlement full of beautiful traditions and cultural values. The Taktsang Monastery, more popular as the tiger’ Nest, is the beautiful monastery built up at the cliff of the mountainside of Paro. The monastery is believed to be the holiest one Bhutan and is associated with Padmasambhava. The beautiful views of the Paro valley and the peaceful environment at the peak of the hill will be an amazing experience for everyone.
The capital city of Bhutan namely Thimphu is the largest in the entire nation. The Wang Chu River widely spread the entire valley of Thimphu and also the source of the irrigation in the farms of Thimpu. The town is popular for the beautiful and colorful landscapes and the misty hills. The silent nightlife will give you a peaceful sleep and the early morning shine and reflection of the ancient Tashichho Dzong/ Monastery will be more wandering.
Punakha Dzong is another most popular place to visit while in Bhutan and the great place for happiness and bliss. The locals call the monastery “ Pungthang Dewa Chhenbi Phodrang” which gives the meaning as the palace of great happiness and bliss. It is the second oldest and second-largest monastery or dzong in Bhutan. The district headquarters of the Punakha is the center of attraction for the number of tourists visiting Punakha Bhutan.
Buddha Dordenma Statue
At the front of the snowy mountain, the fifty-two meters height statue of Sakyamuni Buddha is surrounded by the more than a hundred thousand small statues of the different faces/ states of Lord Buddha. This location is the most popular destination in Bhutan and will be an outstanding experience for you.
More than spring and autumn, the place is more beautiful at the very first beginning of the snow falls, as the early morning shine reflection in this place gives a supernatural gorgeousness.
More highlights of the Bhutan Tour
- Paro Sightseeing and Hike to Taktsang Monastery( Tiger Nest Hiking)
- Thimphu city tour
- Punakha drive and exploration of Punakha Dzong
- Bhutanese Cultural exploration and experience of the traditional Bhutanese Foods
- Bhutan Road trip within the beautiful landscapes and terrain, and many more.
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