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Travel Packages To Bhutan

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Bhutan

Bhutan is known internationally as the nation that pioneered the GNH (Gross National Happiness Index), is Asia’s second highest GDP per capita and is ranked as Asia’s least corrupt nation. The assimilation of both ancient and contemporary is what makes Bhutan truly a place of dreams. Be in awe when you land in Bhutan as you will be able to, from the airport itself, view the magnificent Himalayan range and become witness to Mount Everest and Kanchenjunga without breaking a single sweat!

Top Places of Interests In Bhutan


Taktsang Lhakhang

Enter the Tiger's Nest Monastery that is clinging on to the sheer cliff which has been rebuilt twice due to devastating fires. Taking only a couple of hours to climb. it was blessed as one of Bhutan's most sacred sites and is not to be missed. With monks still living in the monastery, experience your day up in Tiger's Nest in a lovely cafeteria to enjoy the spectacular view.

Changlimithang Stadium and Archery Ground

With Archery as a national sport, explore Thimpu and visit the national stadium, Changlimithan Stadium to learn and try your skills in archery. With competitions usually going on at the stadium, you might manage to see the locals in action or at least be practicing. Every field in Bhutan has a field for archery so don't miss out on the fun!

Jhomolhari Trek

If you love to have an adventure and hiking is your forte, go on the Jhomolhari Trek which follows an ancient trade route through Jigme Dorji National Park to fantastic views of the sacred 7,314m Jhomolhari peak on the Tibetan border. This trek gifts you with a great variety of Bhutanese landscapes and is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful and unspoiled trekking areas in the entire Himalayas.

Punakha Dzong

One of the most beautiful dzong in the country, especially in spring, this dzong was the second to be built in Bhutan and it has been a respected place for all of Bhutan's kings to have been crowned here.  As the winter residence for the official monk body, it was built without the use of nails. With amazing and helpful volunteer guides in Bhutanese national clothes are everywhere, you will have a great time discovering an insight into the history of this country.

Top Travel Tips in Bhutan from Packist

  1. In Bhutan, the outlets used are the type D, F, and G. If you do not own any of these power plugs, a universal converter will deem invariably helpful.
  2. There are no railway tracks in Bhutan. That means that most people travel by motorway or on foot. You can take either a taxi or a private driver to where you need to be.
  3. Be aware of the seasons. Depending on what you would like to do, there are monsoon seasons in Bhutan, from July to August. Avoid these periods if you are looking to go trekking. Optimally, trekking will be best experienced during the months of April,
  4. May, September, and October, for albeit the colder weather, the skies are especially clear and beautiful. Most important, the grounds are not muddy!
  5. Consider the authentic homestay of Bhutan and live like the locals do. When in Bhutan, do as Bhutanese do.