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 Bhutan has many surprises for the tourist. Blending ancient and modern makes Bhutan infinitely fascinating. Bhutan is a unique country, culturally and environmentally. Bhutanese weather varies from north to south and valley to valley, mainly depending on the elevation. Bhutan has become the ultimate tourist destination for adventurers, spiritual awakening and serene faces. There are so many reasons to visit Bhutan. For those who wish to spend a relaxing vacation, you will be treated like royalty with traditional massages and stone baths. Visit monasteries and temples can offer an air of illumination. The trip to Bhutan is an incredible experience.

Explore the different places of interest in Bhutan by visiting these popular tourist destinations. Bhutan is considered the best getaways for families, friends, romantic travellers, adventure lovers, and nature lovers. Here are the top Bhutan attractions that you will love to explore on your Bhutan trip:

Monasteries of Taktsang This is one of the most important Buddhist sites in the world. It is the most recognized and visited monument in Bhutan. It is also one of the most visited tourist destinations in Bhutan, and it is a place that shows the tremendous traditional values of the country. It is also an ideal place for a short walk.

Punakha Dzong

Punakha is located at the confluence of the beautiful rivers of Phu Chhu and Mo Chhu in Punakha. Punakha is the second dzong of Bhutan and known for its brilliant structure. Punakha is a lovely destination in Bhutan. Tourist visits this place to understand the history of Bhutan and enjoy its natural beauty.

Thimphu

It is one of the most famous destinations for tourists in Bhutan. The place offers a panoramic view of the surrounding snow. Thimpu, one of the culturally must-see sites in Bhutan. Thimphu is the curious place to travel to Bhutan. Thimpu has a lot of charm that is hard to describe, and you have to visit to enjoy its beauty.

Paro

Paro is one of the most attractive cities in Bhutan and contains a variety of historical sites. Paro is a magnificent, beautiful valley, surrounded by exuberant vegetation. Paro is a place famous for its fascinating cultural representation and seductive nature of Bhutan. Paro is also famous as a red rice home page. This place is perfect to visit in Bhutan from January to the month of July.

Gangtey Monastery

A Gangtey monastery is that the great monastery is a true wonder for the sight. It is one of the largest monasteries in western Bhutan. It offers cafes, bars, nightclubs, and restaurants. Gangtey Valley is one of the most beautiful places in Bhutan. This valley has two beautiful rivers, Nakay Chhu, and Gay Chhu.

Dochula Pass

One of the most popular and must-see places in Bhutan. Dochula Pass is for travellers who want to experience the culture of Bhutan at its best. Dochula Pass offers unbeatable views across the Himalayan region.

Bumthang Valley

Bumthang Valley is home to some of the oldest temples, monasteries, and places of interest in the country. Burning lake is the best point of Bumthang. Best time to visit Bumthang is from October to January.

Haa Valley

Haa Valley is culturally rich Valley and some of the famous sites of Bhutan. This valley is also a paradise for nature lovers and travelling there is a very rewarding experience. It is also an ideal place to walk, enjoying the panoramic visit. Valle Haa is known for its animist tradition. The main attractions of Haa Valley are Lhakhang Karpo and Lhakhang Nagpo which respectively translates to black and white temple.

Best time to visit Bhutan: October to December is the ideal time to visit Bhutan as the air is fresh, with sunny and clear skies.

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