Uncover the Hidden Treasures of Bhutan in Just 7 Days

Do you want to visit the unexplored places around the world which have been seen or heard about by very few people? Visiting to such places would help you have an amazing time with different people. One among many such places around the world is the mysterious Kingdom of Bhutan.

This majestic land receives a limited number of tourists. It is because the country doesn’t have any outlets like that of McDonalds! The more you learn about this country, the more you will admire it. It is also known for its fluttering traditional prayer flags that look beautiful. To experience the richness of this mighty land take at least a 7 days tour to this landlocked country via India or Nepal.

Learn about the tourist destinations of Bhutan here.

How to Reach

You can easily reach Bhutan via Delhi or Kathmandu. There are flights from Delhi and Kathmandu to make traveling convenient to you. For that you have to stay overnight in Delhi. Staying in Delhi will not be a problem as it houses many comfortable and well equipped hotels within the budget.

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The Majestic Aerial Views

You can get the majestic aerial views over the Himalayas while flying from Delhi to Paro, the only international airport of Bhutan. Being on the flight you will be able to see the most scenic view that you could ever have. Therefore, a window seat onboard will be an added advantage. As your flight will glide over the Himalayas, all the way passing through captivating valley, lush green mountains and beautiful villages, you will be able to see the Mt. Everest, before landing to Paro.

Mt. Everest View from Plane

Mt. Everest View from Plane

Thimphu

From Paro you can take a drive to admire the scenic beauty of Thimphu, which is the capital of Bhutan. The city is clean and beautiful. It has several shops and there are many source of entertainment during the evenings as well. You can go to the nightclubs and pubs, where you can meet the locals.

View of Thimphu

Bhutan Sightseeing

Your sightseeing in Bhutan will include visiting the ‘Dzongs’, which are basically the royal or government buildings. These buildings with amazing structures, impressive ceilings and white walls will draw your attention. Most of them are close to a monastery or shrine, therefore it is recommended to dress properly (cover as much as possible) and to take off your shoes before entering each of them.

Your local guide will help you explain about the significance of each building and its influence upon the Bhutanese people. The guide will also translate what the monks say that will give you the feel of being engaged into the rituals other than observing them to perform various traditional activities.

Viewpoint from Punakha and Dochula Pass

Visit the largest and most impressive Dzongs, the Punakha Dzong, located on the confluence of two rivers in a majestic valley.

Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong

You can stop at the top of the Dochula pass on the way, which is the most incredible viewpoint that offers the picturesque view of the whole of Bhutan. Below the wide blue sky, breathe in pollution free fresh air.

Dochula Pass

Dochula Pass

Paro and Tiger’s Nest Monastery

After making a halt in Punakha at night, you can return back to Paro and ask your guide to take you to the local markets from where you can purchase some traditional souvenirs. Enjoy a traditional meal in one of the finest local restaurant in the town that serves relishing food.

Traditional Food Bhutan

Traditional Meal Bhutan

Spend your day well in Paro before returning back. Visit the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, which is the most famous and impressive sight in Bhutan located on a cliff, 900 m above the valley. Adventure enthusiasts can also enjoy 2 hours trekking to reach there. Though it is a scenic hike but it is not so easy. Do remember to carry extra bottles of water when you are all set for trekking.

Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Tiger’s Nest Monastery

To return back you need to board a flight from Paro.

Accessing Bhutan

To visit Bhutan you need to organize or get into a group. A private tour or group tour to Bhutan is highly recommended, as the country doesn’t allow entrance if someone is not booked with any authorized Tour Company.

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Include Bhutan with Nepal or India Tour

It would be an added advantage, if you combine Bhutan with India or Nepal tour as the flights connect Bhutan via Nepal or India. India and Nepal both the destinations have diverse and rich culture which are worth knowing.

Highlights of Bhutan

Bhutan is popular throughout the world for its rich culture, spirituality & wellness. Its geographical features offer ample scope for trekking and adventurous activity. It observes fascinating festivals that resembles its uniqueness. The untouched nature of Bhutan will provide you breathe fresh air and offers opportunity for sightseeing and photography.

Discover Bhutan in Your Own Way

If you wish to go holidaying in Bhutan, then contact us. We at Travelogy India will help you to plan a tailor-made tour. We can also combine the tour with Nepal or India, if you wish to. Leave all your worries on us, as we hold expertise in arranging every aspect of the trip. Right from booking flight tickets, arranging comfortable accommodation, private cars and skilled driver along with local guides having extensive knowledge, we provide you everything that would make your journey comfortable and memorable. Our tour consultant will be there to support and guide you throughout the tour. He/she will co-ordinate with you to select the itinerary and plan out the tour till the end of your journey.

If you are lured by the above mentioned things then trouble your finger tips a little to dial our phone number or write to us. We’ll be there for you with every possible solution to cater your travel needs!

Also Read : Top 10 Tourist Attractions In Bhutan

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2 comments

  • Tenzin Rai

    Thank you for Nice Blog! Yes, it’s true that Bhutan is very much attractive for its dazzling beauty & also for its cultural festival, Bhutan festival tours, Trekking etc. Recently I visited Bhutan and I really enjoyed there all the festivals like Pukha Festival & Mask Dance, enjoyed their delicious traditional food. If I got another chance, then I must visit this beautiful country again..

  • Tenzin palmo

    Thank you Moon Moon for this beautiful post. We all know Bhutan is a unique country and famous for their natural and cultural tourist spot and watching the widespread mountain ranges, valleys and plains of the Himalaya. Recently I visited Bhutan for 9 days and really this place is so beautiful and attractive. I enjoyed a lot with my family. Keep blogging!

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