TAKSTANG MONASTERY (TIGER NEST AT PARO)

The holiest place on Earth is what we want to exclusively reserved for Bhutan as part of your travel itinerary. It is situated on a rockey edge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m, overlooking the spectacular Paro Valley. It is said that the respected Guru Padma Sambhava known as the second Buddha in Bhutan, meditated where the monastery is having alighted on the back of the legendary tigress.

THIMPU

The holiest place on Earth is what we want to exclusively reserved for Bhutan as part of your travel itinerary. It is situated on a rockey edge with a sheer drop of nearly 800m, overlooking the spectacular Paro Valley. It is said that the respected Guru Padma Sambhava known as the second Buddha in Bhutan, meditated where the monastery is having alighted on the back of the legendary tigress.

PARO

A gorgeous beautiful scenery within a lush green field paddy. Paro indeed forms the ‘golden triangle’ with Jakar and Punakha. Rinpong Dzung is one of the finest Monastery in Paro. It hosts the Paro Tsechu festival and you can even visit the National Museum as well. Forget about the dinosaurs though!

PHUENTSHOLING

It is a serenade place with natural beauty if you wish to remain solitude and ‘leave-me-alone-will-ya’. There are a few attractions that you could visit; namely Amo Chuu, the borden gate or also known as Bhutan Gate, the Crocodile Breeding Centre, , Chuka Hydrothermal Project and of course the ancient Karbandi Monastery.

BUMTHANG VALLEY

Located at an altitude of 2,600m, it is one of the spiritual heartland of Bhutan with precious Buddhist sites. Jakar is the main town of Bumthang Valley and the best thing about the terrain is, its filled with apple trees as one of the landmark area in Bhutan.

WANGDUEPHODRANG

Dubbed as the last town on the central highway before central Bhutan, rich for cattle production. You will find some fine bamboo products, stone and slate carvings. Wanduephodrang is the nine historical provinces in Bhutan between Punakkha Chhu & Tang Chhu rivers.

MONGAR AND LHUNTSE

Monger situated in the eastern & on top of the hill. You must not miss the exquisite view of the journey from Bumthang to Mongar. Mongar Dzong is in fact the newest in Bhutan built in 1930s. It is built to replace the ruined Zongkar Dzong where no drawings or nails. Lhuntse is an isolated area in Bhutan where it houses the ancestral home of the Royal Family.

PHOBHIJKA AND GANGTEY VALLEY

You will get the chance to spot the endangered species of black crane here, visit the famous Black mountain national park, Gangtey Monastery and Jigme Singye National Park. Phobhijka and Gangtey are glacial valleys flowing through the open grassland.

HAA VALLEY

Haa Valley is relatively new to Bhutan discovery. Hop on the valley to visit the famous Nagpo white and black temple, Lhakhang Karpo, Shekhar Drak temple, the 100 year-old Tagchu-Goemba temple and a five-storeyed fortress of Dobji Dzong.