THE ULTIMATE GUIDE BEFORE YOU PLAN FOR YOUR NEXT TRIP
Bhutan is an untouched green beauty in the lap of Himalaya, which can leave you spellbound. Bhutan shares borders with Indian the South, east and west. Bhutan welcomes Indian tourists with open arms to its valleys, Rivers, and Dzongs. Bhutan’s Simplicity and Spirituality are powerful enough to cleanse your mind, body, and souls and rejuvenate you in your Bhutan tour. Indians can travel to Bhutan on any government photo id, without the need for Passport and Visa. It’s like a meditating experience with Buddha all along your way on tunes of birds chirping and trees whistling.
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Bhutan is a small country with not so good tourist infrastructure but with good People. The number of places to Visit depends on Your Purpose of Trip to Bhutan. If you are looking for Jungle trek, Rafting, adventure you can add place like Bumthang but if you are on a relaxing tour than your Bhutan itinerary will revolve around Pheutsholing, Paro, Thimpu and Punakha with following Suggested sight scenes in
Thimphu: Thimpu Memorial ChortenKuensel, Phodrang (Buddha Point)Simtokha Dzong, National Library, Junghi , Handmade Paper Factory, Zangtho pelri Lhakhang, Simply Bhutan Museum, Takin Reserve in Thimphu.
Punakha: Mo Chu River rafting
Phuentsholing: Karbandi Monastery, Phuentsholing Zangtho Pelri Lha and khangi n Phuentsholing
Paro: Taktsang Lhakhang or Tiger’s Nest, ParoRinpung Dzong, ParoDruk Choeding Temple, ParoDungtse Lhakhang, ParoUgyen Pelri Palace in Paro