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2N Paro | 2N Thimphu…

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1 Week

Starting from : ₹43,028

2N Paro | 1N Haa…

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2 Weeks

Starting from : ₹69,440

1N Phuntsholing | 1N Thimphu…

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5 Days

Starting from : ₹30,628

2N Phuentsholing 2N Thimpu 1N…

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1 Week

Starting from : ₹18,800

2N Phuentsholing 2N Thimpu 1N…

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1 Week

Starting from : ₹15,800

2N Thimpu 1N Punakha 2N…

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6 Days

Starting from : ₹14,800

Explore the divine beauty of Bhutan with pocket-friendly Bhutan Tour Packages

 

What comes to your mind when you hear Bhutan? The monks in maroon-yellow robes meditating inside the monastery, just like you see in a movie! But, the scene is completely different from what Bhutan actually looks like. It is much more than what you see in Bhutan. It is completely a new world waiting for you to explore its majestic beauty. Bhutan is a place that owns a rich culture, untouched and unspoiled natural beauty, and traditions. It is the last Buddhists Kingdom that lies in the Eastern parts of the Himalayas and is shrouded in mystery and magic. It is a place where a traditional Buddhists culture beautifully embraces the modernization and global development, and a place where you can see monks using mobile phones after meditation.

With the increase in a number of people visiting Bhutan, the country is slowly gaining popularity as a tourist destination. Bhutan is not an ordinary place. Where else you find chilly as a main dish and rice red? I guess, nowhere else in the world. Bhutan is a place where Buddhist culture still survives and Bhutanese do every possible thing to protect this culture. The fascinating blend of ancient and modern can be witnessed in Bhutan. Located in Southern Asia between India in East and South, while Tibet surrounds it from North and West! The country offers enthralling landscapes; from lush sub-tropical to the high Himalayas with a peak as high as 7000m. Be it clear blue skies or clouds, rain or rainbows, greenery or fresh air, everything seems like a concoction of beautiful fantasy. Bhutan vacation will surely introduce you to nature and make you feel like living there forever.

With so many places to visit, Bhutan surely will make anyone confuse which place to add in Bhutan tour. But, before choosing a place to visit in Bhutan, another concern arises is when to visit Bhutan. Well, the best time to visit Bhutan is in the spring or fall season. If you want to go on a trek and enjoy the eye-pleasing natural beauty of the second least populous country in South Asia, then April-May and September-October are the best time to travel. From June to August, it sees little rainfall and brings some summer delights; the mushroom picking festival known as Matsutake Mushroom Festival, and if you’re lucky enough then you may spot the double rainbow in the valleys. If wildlife is what fascinates you then visit in starting winter to catch a glimpse of the endangered black-necked crane in the Phobjika valley which is known as their winter home.

As we know that Bhutan is a completely unexplored destination that is a paradise escape for the nature lover. It offers so many tourist spots. All you need to do is to choose right Bhutan tour package to hit up at all your favorite destinations during your Bhutan holidays. Assorted Bhutan travel packages include places like Tashichho Dzong, Punakha, Paro Taktsang or Tigers Nest, and Phuentsholing. These are the few places to visit in Bhutan that waits for you.

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