Things to Do and See for Bhutan Tour

  • Phuentsoling

The border crossing point in Phuentsoling is also a place of great importance in Bhutan. This small town has one of the cleanest environments in the country, but that is not the reason for its interest. It also includes Amo Chuu Crocodile Center, Chukka Hydrothermal Project, and Karbandi Monastery. The natural beauty of the area surrounding Phuentsoling is captivating, and for people who love nature, it is the perfect place to visit in Bhutan tour package.

  • Paro

Usually the first place people see in Bhutan and Tibet tours, Paro is not just the location of the international airport. Set in a gorgeous valley, surrounded by lush rice fields, Paro is a historic town full of sacred sites and historical buildings. One of the most famous of these monasteries is Paro Dzong, and one of the most impressive examples of a Bhutan Buddhist monastery, which hosts the famous Paro Tsechu, or the Masks Festival. Behind it is the National Museum of Barrow, which houses a rich collection of Thangka paintings, stamp collections, rock carvings, prehistoric artifacts, ancient jewelry, and traditional weapons of Bhutanese culture.

  • Thimphu

Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, is the city that embodies the culture of the Bhutanese people. Nestled among the Himalayas, this charming city has stunning views of the Chu River that flows through it. Aside from being the only city in the world without traffic lights, it is one of the most interesting places to visit in Bhutan. It is the home of the famous Tashichho Dzong, National Memorial Chhorten, and Motithang Takin Preserve, and is one of the city’s top attractions. Although the city has its modern facets, it has retained its culture and charm of the ancient world, with modern buildings placed next to ancient monuments, yet it still appears as if they belong together.

  • Taktsang Monastery

Also known as the Tiger Nest Monastery, Taktsang is situated high on a cliff side over the Barrow Valley and is one of the holiest places in Bhutan. Originally established as a place of quiet meditation, it is located on a rocky ledge 800 meters above the valley floor. It is believed to be the place where Guru Rinpoche landed when he reached Bhutan, was flying on the back of a tiger who was his former companion, and is also a great place for a short ride, although the journey is arduous.

  • Wangdue Phodrang

Another popular place to visit in Nepal Tibet Bhutan trip is the small town of Wangdue Phodrang. Located south of Punakha, the upper reaches of the Wangdue Phodrang Valley are rich pastures used for grazing cattle. The area surrounding Wangdue Phodrang Valley is famous for its slate and stone carvings as well as the beautiful bamboo products it exports to the rest of the country. Local Dzongs are located on top of a hill overlooking the valley, at the confluence of the Chhu and Tang Chhu rivers, but are only open to visitors during Wangdue Phodrang Tsechu in the fall.