About Bhutan

Bhutan, officially the Kingdom of Bhutan, is a sovereign state landlocked in the Eastern Himalayas in South Asia. Bhutan borders China to the north and India to the south, east, and west. To the west, it is separated from Nepal by the Indian state of Sikkim and further south it is separated from Bangladesh by the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal. Thimphu is Bhutan's capital and largest city, while Phuntsholing is Bhutan's financial center.
Paro Taktsang

Paro Taktsang is a cliffside monastery with storied caves Sacred mountainside monastery with ornately designed temples and art, plus legendary meditation caves.
Manas National Park

Manas National Park is a nature reserve harbouring rare wildlife with a vast wildlife sanctuary and home to protected species such as Bengal tigers, elephants and rhinos.
Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong is a riverside palace from the 17th-century Imposing palace and fortress dating to the 17th century in a serene setting overlooking the river.
Tashichho Dzong

Tashichho Dzong is a Buddhist monastery and fort with views of many shrines, flower gardens, and city views.
Gangteng Monastery

Gangteng Monastery is established in 1613 and this Nyingmapa Buddhist monastery is the only one west of the Black Mountains.
Rinpung Dzong

Rinpung Dzong is an ornate Buddhist fortress with shrines Buddhist fortress featuring several shrines, chapels, wall paintings, and grand architecture.
National Museum of Bhutan

National Museum of Bhutan is a historic building for Bhutanese culture Cultural heritage museum in a 17th-century watchtower with Bhutanese statues, paintings, and other art.
Motithang Takin Preserve

Motithang Takin Preserve is a wildlife reserve with trails that is home to takin, an antelope-goat which is the national animal.
Simply Bhutan

Simply Bhutan is a living museum of Bhutanese culture Museum resembling a Bhutanese village, featuring traditional cuisine, demonstrations, and performances.
Bhutan Textile Museum

Bhutan Textile Museum or the National Textile Museum is a national textiles museum in Thimphu, Bhutan, located near the National Library of Bhutan.

Thimpu is the capital and largest and only city of the Kingdom of Bhutan. It is situated in the western central part of Bhutan and the surrounding valley is one of Bhutan's dzongkhags, the Thimphu District. It is a bustling town on the banks of the Thimphu Chu and is set gloriously in the hills of Thimphu valley. Thimphu is home to the revered Bhutanese Royal Family, the Royal Govt. and Judiciary, and to several foreign missions and development projects. Thimphu is the most modern city in Bhutan with an abundance of restaurants, internet cafes, nightclubs, and shopping centers, however, it still retains its cultural identity and values amidst the signs of modernization.

Paro, a beautiful valley in Bhutan, is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of this mountainous country. One of the most beautiful of Bhutan's valleys, it was also historically the center of two of the most important trade routes to Tibet.

Punakha served as the capital of Bhutan until and still, it is the winter seat of Je Khenpo. Blessed with a temperate climate and owing to its natural drainage from Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, the Punakha valley produces abundant crops and fruits. There are splendid views of the distant Himalayas at Dochula pass on Thimphu – Punakha road.
Best Time To Visit Bhutan

Bhutan is an amazing place and can be visited at any time of the year. October to December is the best time to visit Bhutan as the air is clear and crisp with sunny skies. January and February are colder, however, from February to April the atmosphere stays dry and lovely and in late spring the well-known Rhododendrons blooms spectacularly, painting the valley. So, spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit Bhutan. Monsoons season is from June to September, and the stormy downpours cover the mountains. In case you're keen on seeing the rare dark necked cranes, we suggest going to the Phobjikha Valley between late October and mid-February. Spring is the favorite time to visit Bhutan. Nature lovers who are keen on local flora should consider visiting Bhutan end of April or in May. Flowers would be in full bloom then. The autumn season between September and November is also the best time to visit Bhutan, as many tourists arrive for the big festivals like Tour of the Dragon, Thimphu Drubchen and Wangdue Tshechu, and much more. Try to avoid the months of May to September as they are the warmest time of the year. The hot summer seasons offer lively green foresting and booming paddy fields against a backdrop of the clear blue sky. They are ideal for escaping crowds and getting the best possible prices on hotels. The Gangtey festival is held during this season, offering you perfect reasons for the escapade. You can see the Himalayan blue sky without paying the additional tariff, consider visiting Bhutan in December. The temperature will not be too cold yet as the lowest temperature usually takes place near the end of January. In January or February, Paro and Thimphu may experience one-day snow.

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