Bhutan promises some of the most dreaming trip in life. It is unquestionably a beautiful country that every desire for. From famous Taro to Punakha palace, from peaceful town Wangdue Phodrang to Jigme Dorji National Par, Bhutan has a wealth of activities and attractions to offer.
This short list of bucket things to do in Bhutan is just some of its most highlighted ones :
This symbolic site is really captivating. There are certain reasons why Paro receive the most visit in the country. Beside from its peaceful beauty exposing from the monasteries and palaces, its photogenic surrounding attracts all the curious eyes who want to see Bhutan at its authenticity.
Once you are in Paro, do not miss Paro Taktsang , Pelri Goemba, Ugyen Pelri Palace, Bondey Lhakhang, Khangkhu Lhakhangand National Museum.
Trekking in Jomolhari
There is no better place to seek for the ultimate trekking adventure than Jomolhari. It is a great challenge. What you get after all the ascends and descends are mountain are stunning mountain vistas with soaring peaks, high pastures, diverse flaura and fauna. Jomolhari has wide range of trek which can fit for 3 to 7 days trip.
Explore the wildlife in Jigme Dorji National Park
Always listed in top national park for wildlife safari,Jigme Dorji is recognized as Unesco Heritage for its variety of animals and plants. Strectching from Gasa district to Phodrang districts, this second biggest national park is home to 300 bird species, endangered animals such as leopard, taking, Bengal tiger and Himalayan blue sheep.
Ways to spot the wildlife are plentiful and simply organize your trip with an experience tour operator, you will have a trip of your life !
Punakha – all is packed in one place
Punakha has both natural and cultural wonders. On one side, its 17th17th-century fortress Punakha Dzong lets you travel back to the past, the city also host the exciting musical festival during Punakha town. On the otherside, thrilling seeker will find this place a paradise for outdoor adventures including river rafting in Mo and Cho rivers, trekking from picturesque valleys to mountain tops.
Attend Thimphu Tshechu
Thimphu Tshechu is one of the biggest festivals in Bhutan. It begins on 10th of the 8th month according to lunar calendar and lasts for 3 days. The number of participants are about thousands of local who comes for the neighboring areas. It showcases so much the spiritual life of Bhutanese. If you are on a guided tour, the festival turns very interesting as you understand further the local rites and rich history.
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