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Tucked away in the eastern Himalayas, The Kingdom of Bhutan will surprise you with richly intact culture and traditional lifestyle. A laid back and peaceful mountain kingdom where you can go trekking, self driving, camping in the valleys or simply sit among the Buddhist monks and feel the vibrations of their spiritual chanting.

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The charming town of Paro lies on the banks of the Paro Chuu. One of the most beautiful valleys in Bhutan, Paro will be your entry into the Himalayan Kingdom as the International airport is located here. A quaint and laid back town, you can take a nice stroll around the colorful shops and restaurants that line the main street of Paro.



Which capital city does not have any traffic lights? You guessed it, it’s Thimphu! This unique city will offer you a blend of modern development and ancient traditional culture which is widely reflected in its architecture. There is much to do here from visiting the the Trashi Chhoe Dzong, Weekend Market, Paper Factory and so much more.



Once the capital of Bhutan, Punakha is an absolutely gorgeous town just a few hours drive from Thimphu. Blessed with temperate climate, Punakha valley produces abundant crops and fruits. Visit the unique Punakha Dzong which is built at the confluence of Pho Chuu (male) and Mo Chuu (female) rivers.



Often referred to as the “Switzerland of the East”, Bumthang offers a rich spiritual experience owing to the beautiful temples and monasteries, river streams, snow capped mountains, and lush green valleys. Quench your thirst over a glass of apple juice and remember to pick up some bright ‘yethras'(woven woolen garments) in Bumthang.


Tiger Nest Taktsang

Love trekking? Think twice before you say a yes! This long trek through beautiful pine forests will take you to the blessed site, precariously perched on a cliff top, where Guru Padmasambhava had meditated for 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days and 3 hours. If you don’t feel like trekking, you can also ride on a horseback and reach this sacred spot.



Located far in the east, Trashigang is charming and snug! That is exactly how this city’s traditional and narrow streets will make you feel. See if you can find out the mystery behind how a structure like the Trashigang Dzong balances itself on a thin headland, overlooking the confluence of the Drangmechhu and the Gamrichhu rivers.

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