Plan a trip to Bhutan from India

Plan a trip to Bhutan from India

Bhutan is a scenic nation nested amidst the eastern Himalayas. It dates back to the 8th century and is known for faith and devotion of Buddhism in the medieval era. Tourism is a major industry in Bhutan and the country is one of the most exclusive tourist destinations in the world. Being a neighbouring country, lots of travellers come to Bhutan from different parts of India. Moreover, you do not need to have a visa to enter Bhutan once you come out of your flight. This is another reason the inflow of travelers has increased to this mountain nation.

The best time to come to Bhutan is during the months of March, April and May or during September, October and November in the autumn.

Tours to Bhutan basically start from Paro where the international airport is located. Located at an altitude of 2280 meters, Paro is a historic town with lots of monasteries and historical buildings. Moreover, the Paro valley is known for its scenic beauty. You can visit sites like Rinpung  Dzong , National museum, Drugyel Dzong, Kichu Lhakhang, Pachu River Bed and Ugyen Pelri Palace.

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From Paro come to Punakha and experience the lovely valley. En route, visit the Dochula pass, Simtokha and Punakha Dzong. Stay overnight at Punakha.

From Punakha, head on to the capital city of Thimpu. It is located at an altitude of 2320 meters on the banks of the Thimphu Chhu River. While coming, visit the Harbandi Monastery, Chukha/Tala hydel project and Takti Chu.

Next day, visit the different points of interests in Thimpu. There are lots of sightseeing options like National Memorial Chorten, BBS Tower, Changangkha Lhakhang, Takin Preservation Centre, Folk Heritage museum, Tashichho Dzong and Buddha Point.

In addition to these popular spots, you can also make tours to offbeat destinations in Bhutan like Gangtey, Bumthang, Trongsa and Phuntsholing

Bhutan is home to popular dining and hot spots. The dining spots serve wide range of mouthwatering local and international delicacies. Travelers can also pick up local handicrafts and regional artifacts from the local markets and shops. Shopping is a nice experience in cities like Paro and Thimpu. Make sure to bargain for getting the best deals on the products.   

The different tourist destinations and cities in Bhutan are home to both luxury hotels as well as economy hotels. The hotels offer wide range of up to date facilities. Transportation in Bhutan is well developed and each city is well connected with other major cities and towns of the country.

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