Destination

Southern Bhutan

Southern Bhutan is an ecological hub in itself. It comprises of 7 districts that are ideal for tourists looking for the cultural and natural heritage of Bhutan. The abundance of flora, fauna and heritage sites makes it irresistible for tourists. Also, the weather of this place is comparatively warmer than the rest of the country….

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Central Bhutan

The districts of Trongsa and Bumthang fall under the central region. Apart from the cultural opulence, this region is rich in natural wonders. The Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) is trying to promote Alpine Flower tours, Nomad festivals and Matsutaki festivals. Trongsa’s cultural highlights From Wangdue, you drive up to Pelela pass (3300m) which divides…

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Western Bhutan

The districts of Paro, Haa, Thimphu, Punakha, Gasa and Wangduephodrang constitute the western region. Visit the summer festivals of Haa, highlighting shamanistic rituals and folk dances. Hike to the Tiger’s nest in Paro or visit Ta Dzong museum and Kitchu Lhakhang. In Thimphu, visit the Heritage Museium, Royal Textile Academy and the institute of 13…

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Eastern Bhutan

For far too long the eastern part of the country had remained uncharted and unfamiliar. But it holds a world of unexplored trekking, historical and cultural escapades, great scenery, textiles highlights and natural wonders. This unique destination was offered only to adventurous tourists, who liked to experience the simple and basic accommodation, tented or farmhouse…

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