Exploring The Some Spectacular Hill Stations In Bhutan

Exploring The Some Spectacular Hill Stations In Bhutan


Occupying more than 70% of forest regions, Bhutan, a famous Buddhist country, never leaves tourists unimpressed. Imprinted with striking mountainous vistas, Bhutan flaunts its extraordinary architectural ardour. Vajrayana Buddhism is the main religion followed Here. Sacred sites tucked into different hill stations in Bhutan are worth exploring.

Each hill station is where bided astounding sightseeing, which makes the country an emerging tourist attraction worldwide. For newlyweds, a Bhutan honeymoon tours package at cost-effective prices is great to book. If you want to customize your holiday itinerary, all you need is to inform your tour operator.

Tailor-made tour packages look after all your travel requirements. Holiday packages for adventure tours, spiritual tours, festival tours, nature retreats, and thrilling mountain activities are up for grabs. This blog shares some incredible hill stations to stay in for your romantic holiday:


Needless to introduce, Thimphu, the lovely capital of Bhutan, features a wide range of eye-astonishing destinations for tourists of all types. Sitting at a height of 2,334 m., Thimphu nestles in the western central part of Bhutan, presenting a striking balance between modernity and traditional values. Explore Thimphu with an affordable Bhutan tour package cost.

Best Time to Visit:

March to May; September to December

Best Places to Explore:

Some spellbinding attractions in Thimphu include Trashi Chho Dzong, Tango Goemba, Dechen Phodrang, Weekend Market, Clock Tower Square, Folk Heritage Museum, Changlimithang Archery Ground, Simply Bhutan, Motithang Takin Preserve, National Memorial Chorten, Changangkha Lhakhang, Simtokha Dzong, Docgula, etc.


Paro, the valley town, is one of the most iconic spots in the country, settled on the west of Thimphu. From the capital town, Paro sits nearly 50 km away. It’s a historic town dotted blessed to some impeccably beautiful monasteries.

Tiger’s Nest, also called Takhtsang Lakhang at the northernmost part of Paro Valley, appears to be the most popular attraction here. Lying on the banks of Paro Chhu/River, Paro is ideal for nature lovers, honeymooners, and thrill seekers.

Best Time to Visit:

March to May and October to December

Best Places to Visit:

Tiger’s Nest, Chele La Pass, Airport View Point, Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang Temple, Namgay Artisanal Brewery, Zuri Dzong Fort, National Museum of Bhutan, Ugyen Pelri Palace, Paro Farm House, Rinpung Dzong Monastery, Dasho Nishioka Chorten Museum, Tamchoe Monastery, Kyichu Lakhamg, etc


Perched beautifully at an elevation of 1,242 m., Punakha is a spectacular town in Bhutan, most popular for Punakha Dzong situated picturesquely between the Pho and Mo rivers. Punakha is located in west-central Bhutan, offering mind-stirring attractions for tourists. The distance between Paro and Punakha is nearly 3 hrs. And from Thimphu, it takes around 85 km to reach Punakha. Avail of a Bhutan honeymoon tours package at cost-effective rate.

Best Time to Visit:

March to July

Best Places to Visit:

Punakha Dzong, Mo Chhu, Ritsha, Dochula Pass, Chimi Lhakhang, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Lhakhang, Khoma Tsachu, Jigme Dorji National Park, etc.

There are various all-inclusive hotels and resorts available in these hill stations. Travel agents in Jaigaon also operate exclusive holiday itineraries, offering transport, sightseeing tours in Bhutan, accommodation arrangements, and fulfilling all your trip-related demands. 

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