Eastern Bhutan

Eastern Bhutan

Eastern Bhutan welcomes travellers into a world of unexplored trekking, historical and cultural escapades, great scenery, textiles highlights and natural wonders. The districts of Mongar, Lhuntse, Tashi Yangtse, Tashigang and Samdrup Jongkhar include the eastern circuits. Of culture we offer you lots of spiritual festivals that include some of the rare animist rituals and Bon practices. Explore the hub of…

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Western Bhutan

The western circuit comprises of the six western Districts in the country that includes Thimphu, Paro, Haa, Wangdue Phodrang, Punakha and Gasa. What makes this circuit special is that the Tourism Council of Bhutan has categorized new ways of exploring the existing great sights.  In this circuit one may attend the summer festival of Haa and delve into the wonders…

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Central Bhutan

The centre circuit comprises of the two central Districts of Trongsa and Bumthang. The Centre circuit boasts unique attractions and is home to many sacred monuments in the country. The two Districts in the centre circuit also defined much of our History and till the early 1950’s was the seat of power for our two Kings.  In this circuit one…

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Southern Bhutan

The southern circuit is the ecological hub of the country comprising of seven southern districts of Bhutan, namely, Samtse, Chukha, Dagana, Tsirang, Sarpang, Zhemgang and Pemagatshel. Zhemgang, one of the districts in southern Bhutan is ideal for nature oriented tours though the cultural highlights are irresistible. The famous Dunmang hot spring is in Zhemgang district. There are also other hot…

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Thimphu

Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan is the largest and most populated city in Bhutan. It is located at an alleviation of 2320 meters and is the center of the Royal Government of Bhutan. It is the only capital after Pyongyang in North Korea without a traffic light. Places of interest: Tashichho Dzong or the Fortress of Glorious Religion which…

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Paro

Paro lies at an altitude of 2280 m and is the only entry point via air to Bhutan. The scenic valley of Paro is one of the most fertile area in Bhutan and is sometime referred to as the rice bowl of Bhutan. The district is home to many sacred monasteries and has numerous tourist attractions. Owing to these attributes,…

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Punakha

Punakha lies at an altitude of 1300 m and enjoys a temperate climate with relatively warm summers. The lush valleys and the weather makes it an ideal camping site and the two rivers, Pho(male) Chhu and Mo(female) chhu make Punakha an ideal kayaking and river rafting destination. It served the headquarters of the central monk body and the national government…

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Wangdue

Wangdue Phodrang is one of the larger districts in Bhutan and the windiest of them all. Wangdue housed one of the most historically and architecturally significant Dzongs in the country until it was burnt down in 2013. Today, Wangdue Phodrang is one of the busier districts due to the construction works at the Mega hydro-power project. Therefore, places near the…

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Gasa

Gasa is one of the remotest of districts in Bhutan and the last one to be connected by road. Lack of developmental activities surprisingly has helped Gasa retain its natural richness and this in turn has made Gasa a birdwatching, photography and trekking hotspot. Places of interest: Gasa Tashi Tongmon Dzong,was built in the 17th century by Desi Tenzin Drukdra…

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Trongsa

Trongsa is significant place from where the unification of Bhutan was initiated. It was one of the power strongholds from where the first King of Bhutan rose to power. At present, the crown prince has to hold the post of Trongsa Penlop (governor) before he can sit on the iron throne. One can get a glimpse of the black mountain…

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