Bhutan always has something to mesmerize its visitors, even if you visit the place multiple times. The land greets you with profound happiness and helps you bond with your soul. The vast mountains and sceneries enveloping the land spread a tranquil aura in the atmosphere. This diverse land allures numerous visitors to its threshold every year. The gorges, the cliffs, age-old forts, and temples, golden monasteries will surely not disappoint you.

How To Reach

By Air : Travelling to Bhutan on flight is expensive yet fastest way to reach the country. Paro International Airport is the nearest airport to Bhutan; you can travel from any part of the country.

By Road : If you are traveling on a private car, you will require permit to enter the country. You can also travel on a bus to reach Phuentsholing, a Bhutanese town near Jaigoan.

By Train : Hasimara station is the nearest to Jaigaon, a town nearest to Bhutan and also the cheapest mode to reach the country. Make sure to book in advance to reserve your seat.

Best Time To Visit

Bhutan is a year-round destination, offering an astonishing atmosphere in every season. Here is a month-wise break-up of the country:

Winter : The duration between November to February marks the winter season in Bhutan. The average temperature ranges between 10°C to 5°C.

Spring : March sets the beginning of Spring in Bhutan and extends up to May. The average temperature in spring ranges between 3°C to 25°C.

Summer : Summer starts in late May and lasts up to early September in Bhutan. The average temperature ranges between 24°C-25°C.

Fascinating Places To Visit


Thimpu offers visitors several visual treats, such as rich monasteries, mountainous landscapes, blue alpine forests, pristine lakes, forts and palaces, caves, including more. You can also climb the 9,400-foot-tall Bhutan Broadcasting Service tower to enjoy the panoramic view of the city. Besides, you can ride on exciting safaris and relish beef noodles while visiting Thimpu.

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This historic town, Paro, boasts numerous sacred locations and historical monuments enveloping the area. It also houses the sole International Airport in the country. It was formerly the center of two prominent trade routes to Tibet. There are 155 temples and monasteries that date back to the 14th century. This land flourished in historical monuments will open the door to its visitors back to the ancient ground.

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Punakha Valley

The Punakha Valley is famous for rice cultivation. The mighty valley stands at the confluence of Bhutan’s two precious rivers, Pho and Mo Chhu. This gorgeous city, once being the capital of Bhutan is adorned with several sacred and historical monuments. The valley also offers a chance for excellent adventurous activities such as mountain biking, trekking, and river rafting.

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Bhutan’s second-highest peak also pronounced as Jhomolhari shares its western border with Tibet. This offbeat destination is ideal for adventures like hikes and treks. The trials lead to some of the mesmerizing sights of the magnificent Himalayas, the indigenous forests, and the mountain landscapes.

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The Buddhist monastery is perched on the narrow end of the valley. It is the ancient home of the king of Bhutan and one of the most sought-after pilgrimage sites among visitors. The place is also famous for homemade alcohol and textiles, besides other natural attractions. The sight of the cliffs overlooking the gorges and the coniferous forests enveloping the area will leave you in awe.

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Rinpung Dzong

Rinpung Dzong is an attractive fort with massive walls which was built in the 16th century. It is among the top tourist locations in Bhutan. This fort is a live example of Bhutanese architecture and the deep-rooted classical traditions of the country. The surroundings are filled with several shrines.

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