Top Romantic Escapades in Bhutan,The Land Of Shangri-La

Amid the hassles, hard-work, and stress for the flawless wedding, one often tends to forget the special occasion that’s to happen right after that is the honeymoon! But not anymore! You don’t have to get stressed again in search of that “Eden” for your honeymoon. Honeymoon packages to Bhutan bring them all in one place. Your interests might contradict, but your wishes will all get fulfilled under one-roof-one-cost.

Bhutan is a perfect destination of a romantic romp for couples. It is an aesthetic and flawless realm to renew your vows and rededicate your promises amid the fluttering prayer flags and forests of thousand blooming flowers. The charming ambiance and splendid landscapes ensure a perfect honeymoon trip to Bhutan as newlyweds or as couples. Contrary with the crowded cities and beaches, the kingdom remains immersed in the natural grandeur and serenity, promising the sufficient seclusion.

Best time to visit Bhutan for an ideal honeymoon:

Bhutan not only boasts of charming landscapes but also has wonderful weather throughout the year.  Winters confronts snowfall, turning into pristine white.  Summers are cool and provide a much-needed shelter from the burning regions. Monsoons are unpredictable with showers that spark greeneries.  Autumns are pleasant, but spring season is most generous amongst all that exceedingly adorns the realm with delicate hues and blossoms. Checking through Bhutan honeymoon reviews from the thousands of couples, it’s been agreed upon that each season has its own charm and grace. So, one can pick the season that best fascinates them.  While you pick the exotic Bhutan for a honeymoon, your honeymoon packages for Bhutan includes these top romantic places in Bhutan for a dream-like vacation experience.

1. Thimphu:

Thimpu

Thimphu is the capital and the largest city of the country, which is one of the preferred romantic honeymoon destinations in Bhutan. The gaiety and vibrant weekend market with its eccentric shops, museums, and historical landmarks will eventually make your honeymoon in Bhutan a memorable one.

Major attractions:

Tashichho Dzong (Fortress of the Glorious Religion), Tango Monastery, weekend market at Chubachu,  Dechen Phodrang (Palace of Great Bliss), Simtokha Dzong (Palace of Profound Meaning of Secret Mantras), Memorial Chorten, Dechencholing Palace, Buddha Dordenma Statue,  and Cheri Monastery

Best Hotels: Hotel Norbuling, Ariya Hotel, and Taj Tashi.

Best time to visit: Mar-Apr and Oct–Nov.

2. Punakha:

Punakha

is the erstwhile capital of the country and a must-visit place on your honeymoon trip to Bhutan. As it is a relatively warmer city, winters are pleasant and hence it is better to visit Punakha Bhutan for a honeymoon in winters.

Major attractions:

Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Punakha Dzong, Lhuendrup nunnery, Sangchhen Dorji and Chimi Lhakhang Temple.

Best hotels: Dochula Resort, Dhensa Boutique Resort, and Damchen Resort.

Best time to visit: Sep-Mar.

3. Paro Valley:

Paro Valley

It is a historically significant valley of the country and an un-miss-able place for an ideal honeymoon in Bhutan. Being the commercial hub and intrusion by the Tibetans, the valley has the closest cultural connection with Tibet along with any other districts in Bhutan. The boutique villas overlooking the breathtaking pine forest vales and meadows make it an ideal Bhutan honeymoon destination.

Major attractions:

National Museum of Bhutan, Taktshang Tiger’s Nest monastery, Drukgyel Dzong, the oldest temple of Kyichu Lhakhang, Ringpung Dzong, and view of the pine-forested valley.

Best hotels: Amankora, Uma by COMO, and Zhiwa Ling.

Best time to visit: Mar-Apr and Oct–Nov.

4. Bumthang Valley:

Bumthang Valley

Bumthang region is religiously significant as it owns the most ancient temples and sacred sites in Bhutan. The alluring valley ensures a surreal honeymoon in Bhutan. Couples can indulge in treks to burning lakes, pilgrimage trips, and visit forts and temples.

Major attractions:

Kurje Lhakhang, Wind Horse Treks, Burning Lake, Jakar Dzong, and Ngang Lhakhang.

Best Hotels: Jakar Village Lodge, Amankora Bumthang, and Swiss Guest House.

Best time to visit: Mar-Apr and Oct– Nov.

5. Trongsa:

Trongsa

Trongsa Village is the best honeymoon destination in Bhutan, as it retains the ambiance of serenity and seclusion. From the ancient forts of the district, one can see the long history of the Wangchuk kings.  The picturesque views of the mountains in the backdrop add more to its beauty.

Major attractions:

The Tower of Trongsa Museum, Tongsa Dzong, and Chendebji Chorten.

Best Hotels:  Norling Hotel, Yangkhil Resort, and Sherubling Lodge.

Best time to visit: Mar-Apr and Oct–Nov.

So, pick these renowned romantic destinations in Bhutan for a perfect honeymoon. Rekindle love and begin a new life amid the uncluttered natural allure in the land of mystery, magic, and monasteries.

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