Planning for a Bhutan tour, find out how the last “Shangri-La” is truly a paradise in Earth, while travelling to Bhutan discover one of the least discovered countries in the World. It is a traveller’s dream destination in the world, a piece of paradise on Earth. Bhutan’s serene natural splendours, gorgeous landscapes, stunning snow-captured mountains, magnificent monasteries and fortresses, temples, stupas, scenic countryside, blossoming flowers and grazing yaks, green meadows, with its rich and ancient intact culture and more of all the friendly environment have made it a truly a top global travel destinations. For centuries the Kingdom of Bhutan has kept a tight leash on number of Bhutan travellers which has helped Bhutan to preserve its cultural and natural heritage from outer influences.
Another way of seeking the experiences of a paradise in Bhutan is there immerses Bhutanese festivals or at least make a Bhutan tour with Paro and its festival and Hikes, as they are rich in their cultural diversity and this richness festivals is further enhanced by the wide variety of the colourful religious festivals that are celebrated throughout the country. Each region has its unique festival, which is known as the annual Tshechu festivals as widely known. Bhutan has over 40 such vibrant beautiful colours of festivals throughout the calendar year, which is rich in colors, dance drama depictions and series of chants and prayers.
Ideal Time to Visit the Place, Bhutan
Bhutan is ideal in the month of October to December as the air is clear and fresh with sunny skies, especially in the mountains those who brave the lower temperatures. As the valleys are warmer and sunny with the clear views of the incredible Himalayas, visitors are lower in number due to the colder temperature in the places to visit in Bhutan in December. September to November is autumn in Bhutan and is the second most preferred weather for visiting Bhutan. It is the time when the beautiful view of Bhutan’s virgin peaks is clear and the sky remains perpetually blue. As it is the best season you can find number of multitude of photographers are flocking at this time in the country. The love for Bhutan is in this season for the nature lovers.
March to May is Bhutan is spring and is widely considered to be the loveliest time of the year. The valley of the place is luscious with fresh green vegetation with the landscape that lights up with a rainbow of colours. Spring is considered as the best time to visit in Bhutan and this is also the time when the splendid Paro Tsechu Festival occurs. During spring vegetables patches and fruits trees are their productive best and that add to the loveliness of the landscape in the places to visit in Bhutan in May. Winter in Bhutan runs in the month from December to mid-February and its temp dips sharply in per altitude. Winter is a good option if you want to visit the western part of Bhutan, but the east-west highways of Bhutan are snow covered. One of the most important thing travellers should remember is that the climate varies a lot in different areas of the country, and this is because of the vast differences in altitude in different parts of Bhutan.
Places of Happiness, Bhutan and its Best Time to Visit
If travellers are random stroll you will find that some of the many places to visit in Bhutan. One of the old watch towers is at the National Museum which is located on top of the hill above the Paro Dzong. You must take a chance to visit the place with that meandering on the road. You should also go around the weekend market which has stalls on both sides and one can fine some fresh sea food, fresh pork, balls of dates and dried fish and delicious other raw ingredients. Majestic view of the different food at the different places of Bhutan area an great time for the travellers.
1. Gangtey Monastery (Wangdue):
It is one of the largest Monastries which is perched on top a hill in the Western Bhutan overlooking the stunning Phobjikha Valley. By Gyalse Pema Thinlay, the Monastery of Gangteng Gompa was built in the year 1613. The villages of Hermits surround the Monastery. Major attraction of these place main centres of Nyingmapa School where Buddhism is being taught.
Best time and its Season is in the year September to November.
2. Visit Tashichho Dzong (Thimpu Dzong)(Thimphu):
It is a place which is a remarkable architectural structure which currently is the house of the throne room and the seat of the government. Most commonly the place is known as the Thimphu Dzong, it is also called the ‘fortress of glorious religion.’
Best time and its Season is in the year March to May and September to November.
3. Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Paro):
It is a more popular known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery which is one of the most pilgrimage places in the Himalayan province. Most visited tourist’s destinations in Bhutan and is a place showcases the great traditional values of the country. This is a monastery which is surrounded by the scenic beauty.
Best time and its Season is in the year March to May and September to November.
4. Visit Punakha Dzong (Punakha):
Bhutan and its marvelous ancient architecture is scattered throughout the land and Punakha Dzong is one such beautiful architecture and offers a stunning sight of the luminous aura of the white washed walls on a bright sunny day.
Best time and its Season to visit the Punakha Dzong is in the year mid-May when lavender coloured jacaranda trees blossom in this season.
5. Visit Rinpung Dzong (Paro):
The finest architectural structures of Bhutan is the impressive Rinpung Dzong, which is more commonly known as the Paro Dzong, the name of this place renowned literally translate to “Fortress on a Heap of Jewels.” It was constructed in the year 1644 on order of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and has its historically contributed significantly in defending the Paro Valley.
Best time and its Season to visit is in the year March to May and September to Novemvber, during the Tsechu festival where you can enjoy the local masked dance.
It is a village which is a ideal choice for the nature lovers, for exploring the serene village in the mountains then this is the perfect place for the visitors, which is arranged at a stature of 2800 m which is reached out along the inclines of Talo village. The Place has its stunning farm and has its own bloom gardens and on the slope slant corns and sweet peas are developed bounty.
Best time and its Season to visit is during the month of October to December.
7. Jigme Dorji National Park:
The Park was built by the 3rd King of Bhutan, in the year 1974 and is approx 4,316 km in area. This park is the second largest in the country and it has many endangered animals such as snow Leopard, Himalayan musk deer, Asiatic Wild dog, Red Panda etc. It is a National park which is also an ideal place for trekking because of its magnificent spread of flora and fauna.
Best time and its Season is in the year March to October.
8. Royal Manas National Park:
The wildlife sanctuary of Royal Manas is a wildlife sanctuary in 1966 and became a National Park officially in the year 1993. The park has its shelters of more than 365 species of birds and grows 900 classes of plants and trees. Trees of this place have its religious and medical values and are commercial used for the same.
Best time and its Season is in the year November to March.
9. Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park:
The National Park was established in the year 1995 and it is around 1723 sq. Km in area. The borders of the park are over 31 cute little villages and shelters one of the oldest founding tribes of Bhutan, Oyleps. The National park was originally named as the ‘Black Mountain Park’ as it is situated in the Black Mountain, separating the eastern and western Bhutan.
Best time and its Season is in the year in between November and March.
10. Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary:
It is one of the stunning landscapes of alpine meadows and encompasses gorgeous alpine lakes of the vast wildlife sanctuary. For the Black Necked Crane the valley is situated here is one of the two wintering spots.
Best time and its Season is in the year of March to September.
11. Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary:
One of the interesting tourist’s attractions in Bhutan is because this Sakteng Sanctuary was apparently established to shelter the infamous snow mountain men ‘Yeti’ or ‘Migoi.’ It is a landscape which is shadowed by broad stretch of rhododendrons trees.
Best time and its Season is in the year March to September.
12. Wngchuck Wildlife Sanctuary:
It is a sanctuary which is officially announced and opened to the public in June 2008. It is one of the largest wildlife parks in the Kingdom of Bhutan and is one of the greatest resources of Bhutan’s economy.
Best time and its Season is in the year March to September and January.
13. Visit Chimi L’hakhang Temple (Punakha):
One of the most revered temples of Bhutan, these is the temple which is considered as the temple of fertility, dedicated to Lama Drukpa Kuenley, which is popularly known as the Divine Madman.
Best time and its Season of this Chimi L’hakhang Temple is spring and autumn.
14. Trumshingla National Park:
This unusual stretch of landscape is the jewel of the country which is now known as the Phrumsengla National Park, which is situated in the heart of Bhutan and covers 786 sq.km of the land. This national park is surrounded by towering Cloud Mountains; the tracks traversing through some distinguished broadleaved tree forest and Alpine vegetation for trekking and hiking.
Best time and its Season is in the year March to May, and in September to December.
15. Torsa Strict Nature Reserve:
It is one of the most famous tourist’s attractions for it is the Nature Reserve in the world which has not been destroyed by human inhabitation. The name is originated from the River Toorsa which penetrates from Tibet with its beautiful alpine and broad leaves tree forests, making it a favoured trekking route in Bhutan.
Best time and its Season is in the year March to September and January to March.
16. Visit Buddha Dordenma (Thimohu):
The largest Buddha statues in the world, Buddha Dordenma are a masterpiece of architectural wonder. It is the bronze statue is more than 50 meters in height and is gilded in gold.
Best time and its Season is in the early morning light makes it best for clicking photograps and enjoying the beauty.
17. Cheli La:
It is located at a height of 3810 meters above the sea level; it is the highest pass in Bhutan that can be accessed by road. The valleys as the pass separate area with picturesque beauty.
Best time and its Season is in a bright and clear day of October and November, you can have a spectacular view of the Mt. Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and other neighbouring peaks covering snow and glittering in sunlight.
18. Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten)(Thimphu):
It is an famous religious places for Bhutanese people where they worship daily. Chorten as a holy rituals built in the year 1974, it is an outstanding Buddhist culture and architecture where throughout the day people walk round the perimeter of the Chorten as a holy ritual.
Best time and its Season Chorten is in the morning with the golden spire glowing in the sun rays.
For an amazing vacation to Phuentsholing visitors are away from the hustle and bustle of the daily life and head out for the place where all the people from various places like Kolkata and Siliguri. The little border town sits inverse the much bigger Indian bazaar town of Jaigaon, isolated by a feeble fence and the abundantly captured Bhutan Gate.
Best time and its Season to visit the place is during the months of November to March and May-August.
The place is known for its love and peace, this villages has slowly becoming a hit among the tourists all over the globe. This is likewise portrayed amid with the annual celebrations when the Limbuk men are discovered covering peace hails rather than swords and firecrackers, the general population of Limbukha dependable volunteered as pewace moderators.
Best time and its Season to visit the place is during the months March, April and May.