The Bhutan Travel Guide

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Taktshang monstery, (aka Tiger’s Nest Monastery; aka Paro Taktsang), Bhutan

Taktshang Goemba Monstery, Bhutan – suketdedhia / Pixabay
Taktshang Goemba Monstery, Bhutan – adliwahid / Pixabay


Punakha Dzong, Bhutan (set at the junction of Mo (mother) and Po (father) Rivers

Punakha Dzong, Bhutan – ycchen / Pixabay
Punakha Dzong, Bhutan – suketdedhia / Pixabay


Thimphu, Bhutan (Countries only real town)

  • Thimphu Centenary Farmers Market: biggest in country
Thimphu, Bhutan – rkishorek / Pixabay
Bhutan – BoyKat / Pixabay


Bumthang Valley, Bhutan (7th century temples, sacred sites and rhododendron forests)


Trongsa Dzong, Bhutan (Monastery fortress once guarded only route from east to west of the country)

  • Tower of Trongsa museum


Haa Valley, Bhutan (magical cliffside hermitages, ancient temples, charming villages)

Bhutan – impradip / Pixabay


Phobjikha Valley, Bhutan (bowl shaped glacier valley home to black-necked cranes, Himalayan black bears, barking deer, wild boars, sambars, serows, leopards, red foxes in surrounding hills)


Kyichu Lhakhang temple, Bhutan


Paro Dzong, Bhutan

  • National Museum, Paro Dzong, Bhutan


Snowman (Bigfoot) Trek, Bhutan (On the Tibetan border, trails goes over eleven 14,000’ mountain passes. Monasteries built in mountain cliffs. Many small villages. Late September/October is best time to hike, 3 weeks; 150 miles. Very remote, Paro Chhu River Valley)

Bhutan – OrcaTec / Pixabay


Tawang Valley Himalayas Scenic Drive: Guwahati to Tawang; 303 Miles.


Jigme Dorji National Park, Bhutan

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