Bhutan is one of the most beautiful landlocked countries; spiritual, humble, adventurous, and romantic in nature. Its Dzong-style monasteries, gorgeous mountains, lovely valleys, and iconic Basochhu waterfall embellish this Buddhist Kingdom. Approach this enthralling spot tucked into the southern end of Eastern Himalaya as your ideal honeymoon destination.
You may plan for a one-week tour or a three-night stay. Receiving assistance from a tour guide has always been of great help. But you should have access to a reputed one. Destination knowledge is what makes your exploration worthwhile. Customize your Bhutan honeymoon tours package and cherish moments with your beloved.
Here are a few marvelous spots in Bhutan that awaits you:
Dotted with impeccable scenarios, Trongsa is a tiny and incredible hilltop town in Bhutan. Translated as the new village, this settlement falls in the center of the country; therefore called the heart of the Himalayan Kingdom. The enigmatic Trongsa Dzong sits in a stunning position above the River Mangde. The sights witnessed from the Ta Dzong are spectacular.
Discover the romantic delight in the essence of Gangtey Valley, an exclusive glacial valley. It has Crane Information Centre and is the winter habitat of endangered black-necked cranes that breed on the Tibetan Plateau and the group arrives there every year. Gangtey Monastery is a significant monastery of the Nyingmapa school of Buddhism built in the early 17th century by Gyalse Rigdzin Pema Thinley.
Grab the bliss of the exquisite valley of Bumthang. With the four main valleys forming the soul of the region, it appears as one of the best honeymoon destinations in Bhutan. These valleys include Ura, Choekhor, Tang, and Chumney. The land of Bumthang is historically rich and involves several farms of apples, cheese, potatoes, rice, honey. Popular sites near the region are Burning Lake, Wangdicholing Palace, Ogyen Choling Museum, Jambay Lhakhang, Zangto Pelri Lhakhang, Tamzhing Monstery, etc.
Settled at an elevation of 1242 m, Punakha is an unavoidable destination for newlyweds. Its classic 17th-century unique fortress holds a special significance. And its mesmerizing location at the juncture of the Pho and Chhu rivers makes it more appealing to visitors. Being the old capital of Bhutan, Punakha houses some splendid sites, such as Ritsha, Koma Taschu, Chimi Lhakhang, Punakha Dzong, Limbhukha Village, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Mo Chhu, Dochula Pass.
Bhutan is home to numerous tourist attractions that you can visit for honeymoon, adventure exploration, nature retreats, and other tour purposes. Reaching this country from India is the easiest through both roadways and airways. Your tour operator guides you as your best travel companion.