Sitting on the Eastern slopes of the Himalayas, the Land of Thunder Dragon is a landlocked country bordered by Tibet and India. It is the world’s last remaining Buddhist kingdom.
This is the reason why Bhutan is called the last Shangri-La. Besides this, it also offers an endless amount of experiences for you to enjoy Bhutan trip to the fullest.
Experiencing the best!!
The charm of Bhutan tour lies in its uniqueness and authenticity, the friendliness and good nature of its local people Most of it lies in the discovery of a nation where history, tradition, and culture is still preserved or given much importance into the daily routines.
If you really want to explore the enticing beauty of Bhutan, then book the affordable Bhutan tour packages and head on for a trip!
Do you know what you have to pack? Here is the list!!
As Bhutan is located in the Himalayas, you must include warm clothes. Besides what you would normally pack for a trip, here are few of the essential items you need to put in your trolley!
- Leather jackets and socks
- Casual t-shirts
- Full sleeves clothes
- Hiking boots
- Lip balm and Sunscreen
- Portable charger
- First aid kit
- Gloves and wool hat
Must do while in Bhutan!!
The last of the Himalayan Kingdoms, there is nowhere on Earth quite like Bhutan. Here is how you can get underneath its cover with these best experiences!
Score a bulls’ eye:
Archery is the national sport and the passion of Bhutan. You will get to see men in their traditional dresses shooting arrows.
The people of the neighbouring villages and the cheerleaders dance and sing along. This is also an interesting thing to watch along with the match!
Location: Archery ground and Changlimithang Stadium
Enter the Tiger’s Nest:
Perched on a cliff side of a mountain, Tiger’s Nest Monastery above the Paro valley is a dreamy paradise for all.
This place is famous for offering picturesque images in cameras. Though you have to trek a bit to reach the spot, but, on seeing the monastery it will be worth it.
Trek to the unknown:
Snuggled up with some of the world’s highest mountains, Bhutan is the ultimate place for trekking in the Himalayas.
From gentle treks to a long day hike across the ancient rhododendron forests that covers almost half the country, Bhutan has something to offer for all trekkers.
Best trekking: Jhomolhari Trek
Looking for a Bhutan experience on your own? Then avail Bhutan tour packages to begin your adventure!