Tourist Destinations


Gangtey Goenpa is on the way to Tongsa. Its almost 60 KMs away from Wangdue and the way is covered by the dense forests, mainly made up of oak trees and Rhododendrons. Gangtey Goenpa is the only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan and is situated on a ridge overlooking the... View More

Phobjikha Valley

Phobjikha is a glacial valley on the periphery of the north western tip of the Black Mountain National Park at the altitude of 9,840 feet. The valley is a wide, beautiful alpine wetland valley and is a conservation area and lies on the northern boundary of the Jowo Durshing range.... View More


Bumthang – The Land Where Beauty, Tranquillity and Spirituality Reside Renowned for its sprawling valleys, Bumthang is known as the spiritual hub of Bhutan. Famed as the rich producer of apples and apple juice, Bumthang houses some of the oldest Buddhist monasteries and temples. One of the most peaceful places... View More


Taktsang – Staging a Heavenly Merger of Beauty and Spirituality Rested on the cliffside of Paro town, Taktsang is commonly referred as the Tiger’s Nest. It underlines the unadulterated beauty and serenity of Bhutan. A trip to Bhutan is incomplete without a visit to this notable site. Trekking to Taktsang... View More

Wangdue Phodrang

Wangdue Phodrang: Nature at its Best Wangdue Phodrang is a town located in western Bhutan and is famous for its diverse climatic conditions which usually range from sub-tropical forests in the South to the cool regions in the North. This town has a thread of various ancient Buddhist monasteries and... View More


Trongsa – The Beautiful Town Displaying Its Rich History A small yet pleasing town studded with several whitewashed shops embellished with pot plants, Trongsa defines the history of Bhutan. Environed by deep valleys, Trongsa boasts a prominent museum, which was made out of Trongsa’s watchtower. Known to be the symbol... View More


Trashiyangtse – The Natural, Historic and Cultural Hub of Bhutan One of the newest and historically rich districts in Bhutan, Trashiyangtse is popular for its artistically carved wooden bowls and containers. The ethnically and culturally diverse district of the country, Trashiyangtse is best known for its lovely surrounding countryside. Presenting... View More

Puankha Valley

Punakha Valley – The Undisputed Address of Mother Nature Panoramic view of mountains, wide-stretched serenity and awesome climate – all these describe the beauty of Punakha Valley. The erstwhile capital of Bhutan, Punakha introduces tourists to the lovely warmer fertile valley – Punakha Valley. The Dzong is the main attraction... View More


A Visual Voyage to the Capital City of Bhutan – Thimpu Thimpu, the capital city of Bhutan has a very young spirit that challenges Bhutan’s proud tradition and conservativeness. This proximity of young and old is one of the most appealing qualities of this city. It is a blend of... View More


Paro Valley – The Definition of Unadulterated Beauty and Pride Unfolding in the small yet beautiful town of Paro, the Paro Valley is unquestionably the pride of Bhutan. One of the renowned and gorgeous attractions of Paro, the Paro Valley boasts some spectacular rural scenery and impressive structures. Unparalleled in... View More

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