Bhutan, our small & beautiful neighbor country, which measures its wealth on the basis of Gross National Happiness, is one of the top most tourist countries of the world. Bhutan is able to preserved nature & natural beauty in the same condition from many years. You will see a different culture, different taste & different traditions.
Best Time to Visit: Bhutan is best in Spring & Autumn! I.e. March, April, May, September, October & November. These are the months when rain is not there. In the month of March, April & May, warm climate & little or no rain is there. September month experiences little rain however this is the best time to visit from cultural point of view. During this month many important festivals take place in Bhutan. In the month of November you can see black necked cranes migrated from Tibet in Bhutan (Gangtey). However Bhutan during rainy & winter season is not advisable since you may experience heavy rain & chilly cold.
What to explore in Bhutan?: Well, you can plan your trip for basic 6 days or for 15 days as well. Entire Bhutan is very beautiful & it depends on your area of interest what to explore & which places to visit. In case of western Bhutan, you can visit the most famous cities like Thimphu – the capital city of Bhutan, Paro & Punakha. These cities have little western touch & are normally visited by first time visitors from India. In case of Eastern Bhutan, you can visit Trashigang, Mongar & many more where you can enjoy trekking, hiking some beautiful temples & can experience untouched area of Bhutan.
Tourist Attractions: Taktsang Palphug Monestery (Paro), Punakha Dzong (Punakha), Dochula Pass (Thimphu), Taktsang Goemba/ Tiger’s Nest (Paro), Buddha Dordenma (Thimphu), Chele La Pass (Paro), Tashichho Dzong (Thimphu Dzong Thimphu), Rinpung Dzong (Paro), Punakha Suspension Bridge (Punakha), Chimi L’hakhang Temple (Punakha), Thimphu Chorten (Thimphu), Bhutan Post Office Headquarters (Thimphu), Kurje Lhakhang (Bhumtang), National Library (Thimphu), Trashigang Dzong, Gom Kora (Trashigang), Tang Valley, Lhuntse Dzong & many more.
Why Bhutan: For Indians, special treatment is given by Bhutan Government. We need not take visa to enter Bhutan. Only entry permit is necessary & it is provided by Bhutan free of cost. Tour guide of Bhutan government is not compulsory (though it is compulsory to other foreign tourists). Also you can book tickets & visit Bhutan even if you are not having Passport.
Keeping the same in mind we have announced Enchanting Bhutan tour in the month of October & November covering 3 cities i.e. Thimphu, Paro, Punakha. However if you want to explore some different areas of Bhutan or you want to visit on other dates, our expert team is here to help you & make Tailor-made holidays for you. Just share us your area of interest & duration of your holidays & get ready to explore Bhutan. So what are you waiting for? Let’s join us & enjoy the World of Bhutan with Smiles Holidays!!