Small but mighty, drastic in beauty but humble in charm, the best thing about Bhutan is that it feels little discovered.


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Small but mighty, drastic in beauty but humble in charm, the best thing about Bhutan is that it feels little discovered. With an attractive patchwork of landscapes, laid back towns, lush mountains, and lifeblood rivers, it is a country which gets under your skin almost instantly. Bhutan, the land of happiness unfurls a trove of archaeological treasures from ornate temples, mighty fortresses and mystic monasteries to beautiful traditional villages and snow-capped peaks rising above the forests.

There is not a single colour you cannot see while attending any Bhutanese festival. Extravagant costumed dance acts, beguiling fire performances, narratives recited from the legends, eloquent yet showy masks - all elements blend together give birth to the vibrance and ardour carried by the festivities of Bhutan that attract travellers from across the globe. From its textiles and handicrafts, it is outrageous archery competitions, the high-altitude trekking trails to stunning flora and fauna, the land of the thunder dragon has all the charms under the sun.


  • Western Bhutan
  • Central Bhutan
  • Eastern Bhutan

Adorned with excellent tourist infrastructure and a utopian milieu, Western region of Bhutan is the heartland and the gateway to the last Himalayan Kingdom making it a tourist magnet.

The land hosts the most popular festivals, spectacular dzong, and is blessed with magnificent mountains and pristine rivers flowing through the scenic towns of Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha. The surreal experiences in this region are a promise to keep your soul content. 

Central Bhutan safeguards the ancestral legends within its clear-cut black mountains and paints a quiet and dreamy realm.The region is blessed with an array of alpine valleys, historical monasteries and blanketed by the high-altitude dwarf bamboos. Bright-red roofed Trongsa Dzong which is the beguiling ancestral home of the royal family and the enchanting beauty of Bhumtang, Gangtey and Trongsa are the eye catchers.

Traditionally, the crown prince of Bhutan becomes penlop (governor) of Trongsa before being crowned as the King of Bhutan.Nature has truly blessed Bhutan with its treasured beauties, adorning the terrain with all one-of-a-kind things including the rare species of the black-necked crane locally called as the “ThrungThrungkam”. Bhutan is mischievously concealing an ocean of beauty, excitement and joy within its mighty summits.

Dotted with wild and rugged hinterland houses in thick confiner forests, deep cliffs and gorges, unique villages and wilderness havens for rare and unique wildlife, the Eastern part of Bhutan is undoubtedly the most mysterious part of the kingdom. The East kingdom of Bhutan is the place for travellers looking at both rustic and adventurous travel such as camping underneath the shining stars and experiencing incredible hospitality of eastern Bhutanese people known as Sharchops.

The main areas of interest here are Trashigang, Mongar, Lhuentse that will not disappoint you for even a second. The realm is adorned with group free dzongs and temples, beautiful silks and amazing embroidered fabrics, minority ethnic groups living a pristine life and isolated valleys. This region gives good enough reasons for you to traverse its inimitable land.

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Geography - Nestled in the Himalayas, the remote kingdom of Bhutan is a land of fertile valleys and primeval forests overlooked by glittering, snow-capped mountain peaksSize - 38,394 square kilometres
Local time - GMT +6Visa - All visitors require a visa to visit Bhutan. More information can be found Click here
Currency - Ngultrum (Notes are in denominations of 1000, 500, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5)Telephone code - The international direct dialling code for Bhutan is +975.
Electricity - Standard voltage is 220-240V.Pack a universal travel adaptor.Language - Dzongkha is the national language,although English is also widely spoken.
Vaccinations - Standard voltage is 220-240V.Pack a universal travel adaptor.Smoking - are not mandatory but WHO recommends several vaccinations for travellers going to Bhutan.
Tourist office - time - Can be connected through connecting flights via India / Nepal / Bangladesh / Singapore Thailand.

The Best time to visit is October to December as the air is clear and fresh with sunny skies. If you're interested in seeing the rare black-necked cranes, we recommend visiting the PhobjikhaValley between late October and mid-February.

January and February are colder, but from then until April the climate remains dry and pleasant and in late spring the famous rhododendrons bloom flood the valleys with colour.

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