Hey, Wanderlusts out there! Here’s a country where adventure opportunities are limitless, where you can tread the untrodden paths and the regions unseen. Isolated from the world, Bhutan abounds with intriguing landscapes, towering mountains, extravagant Dzongs, untold myths, and legends. The country offers an ideal way to escape the monotony of urban sophistication by offering customized Bhutan trekking tours. So, rediscover yourself by embracing the Bhutanbeauty and bliss of the world’s most authentic realm where happiness is a way of life.
As the climate of Bhutan is impacted by the Indian monsoons, the best time for trekking in Bhutan is from late-March to mid-May and from late September to mid-November. If you wish to be enchanted, then plan your Bhutan trekking holidays during the spring season to witness the forests brimming with full-bloomed rhododendrons. While trekking on the off-beaten routes, you will realize that the ineffable charm of nature is best seen while you’re on foot, rather than being on a vehicle.
The authorized tours and travel agencies provide Bhutan trekking and hiking services for all. The most fascinating and handpicked Bhutan trekking routes are Mount Jhomolhari Trek, Druk Path Trek, Snowman Trek, Duer Hot Springs Trek, Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek, Bumthang Owl Trek, and more. Traversing ascends and descends, a bit of challenging here and a bit of ease there; Bhutan rewards its trekkers with the jaw-dropping backdrops. You will come across wildlife grazing on green pastures, wildflowers blooming on high altitudes, hot-springs, etc. So, have a happy trekking.
Thimpu Valley is located at an elevation of 2,300 meters and features Taschichho dzong, which is the main secretariat building. In fact, it also houses the throne rooms thus making it a fascinating part of Bhutan travel.
Bhutan offers bountiful of green valleys. The best part of Bhutan travel is that these valleys come with snow-capped peaks, along with captivating avenues. With bracing climate and fascinating heritage and culture, Paro Valley is not less than a heaven. In fact, there is no dearth of places including valleys and temples in Bhutan. Paro Valley homes some of the Bhutan's oldest temples & monasteries. It also homes the only airport in Bhutan. It is also one of the most fertile valleys of Bhutan.
Wangdiphodrang was built in the 17th century. Its beauty enhances with the fact that it is located at the altitude of 1,350 meters to the south of Punakha. The dzong is exactly located at the convergence of Punakhachu and the Tang-chu River thus making it richer and glorious. No doubt, it is one of the most fascinating places of tourist interest in Bhutan.
Tongsa is the centre, when it comes to historically view the country of Bhutan. It forms the essential hub of the nation and offers a glimpse of hutans history. You will be mesmerized to witness the vast expanse of the spectacular landscape around Tongsa.
Bumthang valley is agin loaded with exquisite beauty. Located at an elevation of 2,600 meters, it is something, which is undeniably beautiful and appealing. This valley is the religious hub and offers some of the oldest Buddhist temples of Bhutan.
If you wish to witness the Bhutan's newest dzongs, Mongar is the best place to do so. Built in the 1930s, Mongar is one of the beautiful places of Bhutan. Being in Mongar will make you unearth how the traditional Bhutanese architecture continued to prosper along the centuries.
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