Nestled magnificently in the eastern Himalayas, Bhutan is a land of captivating beauty, unparalleled cultural heritage, and an unwavering commitment to preserving its distinctive identity. Known as the "Land of the Thunder Dragon," this enchanting kingdom boasts vibrant festivals, ancient monasteries, and breathtaking vistas of the Bhutanese Himalayas. Unveil the secrets of an enchanting world and indulge in the seamless blend of ancient customs and modern advancements that describe the enigmatic land of Bhutan.

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Sightseeing in Bhutan

Img Credit: Prof. Mortel on Wikimedia Phobjikha Valley

Phobjikha Valley

Phobjikha Valley is a true paradise for nature enthusiasts with its breathtaking landscapes and the magnificent Gangtey Monastery. This valley also serves as a winter home for the endangered black-necked cranes.

Img Credit: Gerd Eichmann on Wikimedia Bumthang Valley

Bumthang Valley

Bumthang Valley in Bhutan is a cultural gem with four valleys. It is home to ancient monasteries, such as Jakar Dzong and Jambay Lhakhang, and offers picturesque landscapes that make it a serene retreat. Explore the rich history and tranquility of Bumthang.

Img Credit: Vinayaraj on Wikimedia Haa Valley

Haa Valley

Haa Valley is an unexplored gem that boasts stunning landscapes, traditional villages, and the sacred Haa Gonpa. It's a haven for those seeking tranquility and an authentic cultural experience.

Img Credit: Dr Vikramjit Kakati on Wikimemdia Thimphu


Discover the perfect blend of tradition and modernity in the capital city. Don't miss the chance to explore the impressive Tashichho Dzong, National Library, and the iconic Memorial Chorten.

Img Credit: Bernard Gagnon on Wikimedia Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong is an awe-inspiring fortress situated at the confluence of two rivers, boasting of its architectural magnificence and its immense significance as a religious and administrative hub.

Img Credit: Arian Zwegers on Wikimedia Dochula Pass

Dochula Pass

Perched at a breathtaking elevation, Dochula Pass boasts an unparalleled, sweeping vista of the majestic Eastern Himalayas, complemented by a magnificent display of 108 stupas and the iconic Druk Wangyal Chortens.

Paro Taktsang (Tiger's Nest)

Paro Taktsang (Tiger's Nest)

This iconic monastery stands tall on a cliffside, proudly representing Bhutanese spirituality and offering unparalleled views of the breathtaking Paro Valley.

Img Credit: Vinayaraj on Wikimedia Chele La Pass

Chele La Pass

Chele La Pass is Bhutan's highest motorable pass, offering breathtaking views ofHaa Valley and sacred peaks. A must-visit for nature enthusiasts and those seeking the beauty of Bhutan's landscapes.


Food & Nightlife

Indulge your taste buds with the exquisite Bhutanese cuisine, renowned for its rich blend of traditional flavors and unique dishes like the fiery Ema Datshi (chili and cheese) and delectable momos (dumplings). Immerse yourself in the local food scene and embark on a culinary adventure to savor the authentic taste of Bhutan.

As the sun sets, immerse yourself in the delightful Bhutanese nightlife with cozy bars and restaurants. Although the nightlife scene may not be as vibrant as other destinations, you'll find a warm and welcoming atmosphere to enjoy local brews and share stories with fellow travelers. Bhutan's evenings are all about unwinding and indulging in the serene ambiance, making it an experience you won't forget.

How to Reach

By Air: Paro International Airport is Bhutan's only international airport, served by Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. It connects major cities including Delhi, Kolkata, Bangkok, and Kathmandu.

By Land: You can easily enter Bhutan overland from India through the primary entry point located in Phuentsholing, on the Indo-Bhutan border. The corresponding town in India is Jaigaon.

By Road: To access Bhutan, the border town of Phuentsholing can be conveniently reached by road. Travelers can opt for buses or taxis for easy travel within the country.

By Train: There is no direct train service available. However, travelers can reach Hasimara or New Alipurduar in India by train and then proceed to Phuentsholing via road.

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