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Comprehensive Bhutan by Road captures the best and most comprehensive set ...
Thimpu - Paro with Punakha Valley combines two best visited destinations of Bhutan i.e. Thimphu (cap
The Kingdom of Bhutan is a small, mountainous, landlocked country, located in the eastern Himalayas,
Bhutan is a graceful beauty nestled around India hosting enchanting Buddhist monasteries. You would
Phuntsholing serves as an entry and exit gateway to Bhutan from India’s Bagdogra and New Jalpaiguri.
Bhutan is no ordinary place. It is a traveler’s ultimate dream, a Himalayan Kingdom with best of tra
Bhutan holds many surprises as you will experience the natural charm of the country. Punakha Dzong i
Bhutan is a paradise for botanists and birders. Thimphu and Paro are 2 major cities of Bhutan offeri
Bhutan remains a unique and special country and well known for one of the happiest kingdom in the wo
Bhutan’s big shows are its Dzongs and festivals but don’t overlook the charm of the country’s smalle
Bhutan is a treasure house of Buddhist Art and magic of monasteries. Thimphu is the beating heart of
Bhutan - The Dragon Trail is unquestionably a Himalayan Paradise, where religion and mysticism is th
Bhutan often revered as the "Land of the Thunder Dragon" or 'Druk Yul', is still regarded as one of
Experience Bhutan in its different form as the valley of Bumthang makes up the Cultural heartland of
Bhutan is a mix of cultural heritage along with western influences. Paro offers a riverside destinat
Bhutan is famous in the world with its unique identity and still maintained the ancient traditions f
Bhutan mesmerizes our visitors with beautiful sights. Attractions are plentiful in Bhutan – beautifu
Ultimate Bhutan by Road combines a complete package to all major destinations of Bhutan, such as Thi
Bhutan is a Himalayan destination for the Offbeat Traveller. Bhutan is a kind of destination where time stood still, Western infuences are minimal and cultural heritage of most parts of Bhutan is intract as it was centuries Ago.
Paro (Only Airport and Riverside destination) offers countryside character, Thimphu (Capital and heritage area) and Punakha Valley are three destinations on the more accessible Western Bhutan and popularly visited by Indian Travellers to Bhutan. Darjeeling (North Bengal) and Sikkim area in neighboring India can be combined into a longer Summer itinerary of the Himalayas. The remoter Central and eastern Bhutan destinations of Haa Valley, Wangdue and Trashigang offer ultimate cultural and remote Himalaya experience.
Bumthang is a remote area in Bhutan consists of the four mountain valleys of Ura, Read more...
Gangtey is a U shaped glacial valley named after the Gangteng Monastery in central Read more...
Haa is a small beautiful and isolated region adorned with alpine forests and mountain Read more...
Mongar is a town situated on the side of the hill in Eastern Bhutan and falls on the way Read more...
The beautiful Paro valley provides a visitor with all the essential elements of Bhutan Read more...
Phuntsholing is the border town while entering Bhutan from India. It is about 180 km Read more...
Punakha Valley is a riverside town and rice bowl of Bhutan and is renowned for the Read more...
Samdrup Jongkhar is the oldest town at the south-eastern part of Bhutan and an exit town Read more...
Thimphu is capital city of Bhutan and one of the most visited destinations of Bhutan. Read more...
Trashigang is a town on the banks of Gamri Chhu River in Eastern Bhutan and the district Read more...
Wangdue is a town and capital of Wangdue Phodrang district and the last town on the Read more...
Visa: Indians may travel to Bhutan without a passport or visa using their national identity cards instead. Others are required to procure visas and permits in Advance.
Season: Bhutan has four seasons. Spring (March-May), Summer (June-August), Autumn (September-November), Winter (December-February). Spring and Autumn are drier months and therefore popular for travellers. Winter months are overall cold but that is when a lot of festivals happen in Bhutan as well.
Major Airport(s): Paro (Paro Airport), Trashigang (Yonphula Airport)
Paro is a riverside town offering great views and an off-beat character to it. Paro is
Thimphu is Capital city of Bhutan with a character. No traffic lights, Structures full
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