Trip In Bhutan
Bhutan

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A surreal and a heart melting destination where a holiday is like exploring a wonderland.

Bhutan is amongst the most beautiful Himalayan countries. Nestled cozily in the lap of Mother Nature, this ever-so scenic country offers rich culture, spiritual centres, enthralling adventure experience, lively festivals and most importantly inspiration. Enshrouded with mystery and riveting accounts of flying tigers and unruly demons, Bhutan seems to be an unusual place.

Bhutan  Tours & Travel

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Breathtaking Bhutan

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Escaping Bhutan

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Land of Thunder Dragon

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Premium Bhutan

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Beautiful Land Of Bhutan

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Bhutan Glimpses

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Pristine Bhutan

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Bhutan Marvels

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Panoramic Bhutan

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Bhutan Nights

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Discover Bhutan

Tucked between India and China, Bhutan is a sovereign state that is blessed with biodiversity, cultural wealth and spiritual getaways that guarantee a holiday unlike any other. The country is an open museum where an encounter with ancient as well as modern life together is a likely instance. Divided into three regions: Central, Western and Eastern, the country shows diversity that is just so perfect that not taking a tour here would be a mistake.

Central Bhutan offers a glimpse of the religious hearts. It is also reckoned as the centre for the political scene of the country. The region has some of the most beautiful and ancient monasteries, forts, and temples in its Bumthang district, which is also a place abounding with natural beauty wherever you look. The Thrumshingla National Park, located in this area is home to exotic and endangered creatures and plants. One can also spot Red Panda and  the Royal Bengal Tiger here. The region also hosts many traditional festivals as well as modern ones. The Matsutake Mushroom Festival or the Nomad’s festival is one of the most popular festivals celebrated here. Central Bhutan  is also home to ancient monasteries like Trongsa Dzong, which is between the magnificent Black Mountains and Pele La and is 3000m high. The district of Bumthang is famous for its four valleys, which are treasure for the adventurous souls. This is a special place to trek and day-hike that leads to ancient villages where rustic way of life is retained so beautifully.

Western Bhutan long been the gateway for people visiting from other parts of the world. Comprising of six districts (including the capital of Thimphu), this region has rich history and culture on offer. Western Bhutan is known for numerous festivals that are held year round, offering a glimpse of the Bhutanese way of living. This region is also home to some of the best museums in the country, such as the Paro Museum that gives visitors an in-depth knowledge of rich heritage. In the summer, the Haaps people celebrate their summer festival in Haa offering one a good taste of their life, folk dances, music, and culture. A trek to the Nob Tsonapatra Mountains helps one see the exotic Himalayan flowers coming to life. Summers in the region are perfect to witness the planting of rice in the paddy fields.                                              

The region of Eastern Bhutan opens gates for adventurous hikes through rugged terrains and hills. Boasting rich verdant green forests filled with  exotic flora and fauna, Eastern Bhutan is a birdwatcher’s paradise. There are stunning dzongs or fortress-monasteries dotting the landscape. These architectural masterpieces, built on mountain cliffs never fail to impress. One has the opportunity to interact with ethnic groups that live in the valleys and high on the mountains, these people offer an idea as to what it is like to live in Bhutan from the ancient times. Eastern Bhutan is home to one of the most famous monasteries, Chorten Kora, where a religious festival is conducted during the summer months. The region also houses Bomdeling Wildlife Sanctuary that is rich in fir forests and has a good population of leopards and tigers.

Bhutan is truly a land of diversity, where adventure meets nature and culture meets history. It is indeed a brilliant holiday destination as it welcomes travellers of different interests and by no means fail to impress them.

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  • Best Time To Visit

  • March–May

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  • September–February

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At a Glance

  • Population:

    4423423.00
  • Language:

    Dzongkha
  • Currency:

    BTN
  • Time zone:

    UTC+06:00
  • Electricity:

    230V/50Hz
  • Dialing code:

    975

Bhutan Travel Tips

Bhutan is a beautiful country cuddled up in the Himalayan Region. The country was closed for tourists up to 70s, but now it allows visitors to come and enjoy its scenic and picturesque natural attractions. This small Buddhist Kingdom is also known for its rich culture and heritage. When planning to visit this fabulous destination, it is important to indulge in some research. Here, we bring you some valuable tips that will help you enjoy a memorable trip to Bhutan.

1- Carry high-quality sunscreen

When traveling to Bhutan, a destination that is known for dramatic temperature changes, it is wise to wear high-quality sunscreen to keep your skin safe from harmful sun rays.

2- Bring Layers of Clothing

It is important to be prepared to face extreme temperature changes when visiting Bhutan. When exploring higher altitude northern Bhutan areas, you may need heavy and warm clothing while when enjoying a visit to the lower altitude valley, lighter clothes may be entirely suitable.

3-Carry Essential Medicines

It is important to carry regular medication and some specific medicines to counter the problems of nausea, morning sickness, etc.

4-Carry Cash

Although there are ATMs in every town of Bhutan, it is wise to carry some cash with you. Credit Cards are not accepted in small establishments.

5- Be sensitive to local customs and culture

It is important to respect local culture, customs and the people of the region. If you are planning to photograph them, take their prior permission.

6- INR (Indian Rupees) denominations of 500 and 1000 are not accepted in Bhutan.

7- It is recommended that you bring flat-to-round pin converters for your electronics

8- The northern regions of the country are colder than the more tropical south and it is recommended you pack accordingly

9- Check with your guide before taking pictures or filming inside Dzongs, temples, monasteries and religious institutions as in some area photograph/filming is not permitted.

10- Tipping is a purely personal matter.

11- Dress modestly and respectfully especially if you are planning a visit to the monasteries, Dzongs and other religious institutions. Long pants and long sleeved tops should be worn when visiting such places.

12- Bhutan is one of the safest countries in the world however you should still exercise caution when visiting. Ensure that your belongings especially your passports, cameras, wallets and purses are properly secured.

Keeping the above tips in mind can help your visit to Bhutan more pleasurable and enjoyable