Bhutan, the Druk Yul; the land of the Thunder Dragon, is the most fascinating and incredible tourist destination for its diverse natures and cultural blessings. Bhutan is a small kingdom in the East Himalayas having the highest average elevation from sea level. The diversity of the nature of Bhutan is spread over the hilly and high Himalayan regions of the country. The less crowded nation with 20 people per square km emphasizes the Gross happiness of the citizens and that's a reason Bhutanese are often considered the world's happiest people. Charming and peaceful nature and a clean and fresh environment, beautiful scenery, and the culture of the country teach peace and avoid wars, etc are the reasons why Bhutanese peoples are so happy. Along with the happiness of the citizens, the country also focuses on sustainable activities and eco-friendly business conduction. Remember that Bhutan is the country that has the least/ lowest carbon emission.
There are lots of best places to visit in Bhutan and the best things to do. Bhutan is a culturally blessed nation that is spread all over the Himalayan land and perfectly blended with beautiful nature. Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, etc. are some best places in Bhutan to visit in Bhutan where there are beautiful cultural sites; temples, monasteries, monastic schools, dzongs, the fortress, the palaces of the King, etc. The cultural sites of the nations are also associated with the ancient histories and myths of the Bhutanese.
A glimpse of the Bhutan tour is the specially crafted exclusive pancake of luxury Holidays Nepal in which the expert holiday planner has added some best places and best things to do in Bhutan. The arrangements of the packages are very carefully managed, so everyone making this tour has the best experience of the Bhutan tour. The tour starts from Paro which is a beautiful small town having the only international airport in Bhutan residing at the side of the Paro Chhu. From Paro, the private vehicle tourist vehicle picks up the tourist and takes 52 km to the hotel at Thimphu. After exploring Thimphu and having a sightseeing tour at Thimphu, we returned to Paro. After returning to Paro, we explored the small town and hiked to the Tiger Nest just 800m high from the city. Tiger Nest is a sacred place with the norms and values of the peoples joined with the very first beginning of Buddhism in Bhutan. The Tiger Nest is also known as the Taktsang Dzong. The legend says the cave at the cliff of the mountain is the shelter and nest of the Tigress of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava).
A glimpse of the Bhutan Tour is the short Bhutan tour package which is crafted to provide a better experience of prosperous Bhutan. This package is the perfect deal for the best life experience and admiration.
Major Highlights of the Bhutan Tour
Paro is one of Bhutan's small yet gorgeous towns. It is one of Bhutan's most fertile and historically significant valleys. There are 155 14th-century temples and monasteries in this magnificent valley, as well as Bhutan's only international airport. The Paro Airport is Bhutan's largest international airport. It is said to be one of the most challenging airports to land on. Paro is filled with traditionally built dwellings as well as paddy fields and has a mesmerizing landscape. Paro boasts a plethora of sights to see, ranging from monasteries to museums such as the Rinpung Dzong, Bhutan's National Museum, as well as the Paro Weekend Market for the buyers. Paro's proximity to the region's historical and religious monuments has led to the creation of several elegant, high-end tourist resorts, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations.
Tiger's Nest (Taktsang Monastery)
Bhutan's most well-known monastery, Taktsang (Tiger's Nest) Monastery, is located at 3,180 meters. According to legend, the spiritual guru Guru Rinpoche flew on the back of a tigress to a cave where Taktsang Monastery currently sits to meditate. The monastery is positioned 900 meters above Paro Valley on the ledge of a sheer cliff.
Thimphu, Bhutan's capital city, is located in the country's central western region and has a blend of modern and historic culture and traditions. Thimphu is located on the west side of the Raidak River valley, stretching from north to south, at an elevation of 2,248 meters to 2,648 meters, it is also the world's third-highest capital city. In the capital city, you can see the amazing local handicrafts. Visit the Memorial Chorten for some spirituality, as well as different monuments and museums. Dechencholing Palace, Tashichho Dzong, National Library, and Folk Heritage Museum are among the city's most remarkable landmarks. One of the fascinating facts about Bhutan is that there are no traffic signals everywhere in the country, including Thimpu. It is also the world's only capital city without traffic lights.
More Highlights of the Bhutan Tour
- Experience the challenging landing at Paro airport
- Explore the park city and go to the Local farmhouse and Paro market
- Visit the capital of Bhutan - Thimphu
- Explore the city without any traffic lights
- Visit monasteries such as Rinpung Dzong, Taktsang Monastery (The Tiger's Nest)
- Witness the panoramic views of the Himalayan mountains
- Get to know about Bhutanese culture and traditions
- Interact with locals and observe their daily lifestyle
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