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      Bhutan

      Trashigang is a beautiful serene town of Bhutan - the Jewel of the East. Trashigang town is the capital of Trashigang Dzongkhag district which is also the largest district of the county. The name of this place is derived from the word 'Tshangla' which means "easterner" in the local language of Bhutan. Read more

      Bhutan is a beautiful country in its own way and attracts a lot of visitors from all the corners of the world. The capital of this pretty country is Thimphu and it stands as the symbol of sheer beauty and bliss! Known for its Read more

      Paro, Bhutan's very own valley town, is one of the widest valleys in Bhutan and is home to a large number of rice fields. It's also a very religious town, with as many as 155 temples and monasteries located here. Owing to its unique culture and variety in terrain, there are numerous things to do in Paro Read more

      Bhutan “The Land of Thunderbolt” is still one of the least heard or traveled destinations, even by the young travel enthusiasts of its neighboring country – India. But it’s long list Read more

      Paro, the picture postcard town of the picturesque country of Bhutan welcomes travelers from far and near. The beautiful homestays in Paro are Read more

      The gateway of the land of thunder dragons, Phuentsholing is often regarded as the abode of kings and queens of the Himalayan Kingdom. Time moves at a slow pace here and the simplicity of the inhabitants Read more

      If conventional romantic getaway ideas like strolling on sandy beaches or taking a couple spa are not your thing, then think no further and consider the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragons’ as your honeymoon destination. Read more

      Surrounded by untainted wilderness and willow trees lining its meandering roads, Paro is a quaint little town in the picturesque Paro valley of Bhutan. This lovely town is a true Bhutanese gem with something or the other in store for all its visitors. From historic fortresses and ruins, sacred sites of monasteries Read more

      Bhutan, known as the ‘Land of Thunder Dragons’, is a sovereign country in South Asia. The landlocked country is located in the southern foothills of the Eastern Himalayas and is bordered by the People’s Republic of China in the north and India in the south, east, and west. Read more

      Are you planning a trip to Bhutan and looking for homestays? Bhutan a landlocked country in South Asia, opened its doors for tourism in 1974 and since then many travelers are visiting the Land of Dragons. Read more

      Owing to its wide valleys, green countryside, snowcapped mountains, fast-flowing mountain streams, and easy-paced life, Bumthang is often referred to as the “Switzerland Read more

      Bhutan consists of numerous spectacular religious buildings. The most striking feature of the country is the consistency in its architecture. This consistency Read more

      When you’re visiting a new place, it is of utmost importance to visit the historically significant places in order to understand the culture of the place better. The Coronation Park in Bhutan is Read more

      A beautiful bowl-shaped glacial valley located against a background of the Black Mountains, the Phobjikha Valley in Bhutan is a treat for those with a deep affection for nature. The valley is located on the borders of the Jigme Singye Read more

      Motithang Takin Preserve was primarily a zoo set in the later years turned into the biggest protection of a rare mountain animal called Takin. Takin is declared the national animal of Bhutan and resembles a hybrid of a goat and cow. Read more

      The hilly nation Bhutan offers its tourists ample avenues to spend their quality time at. Out of the many touring choices offered to the visitors, the one that relates to nature exploration is of paramount value. Read more

      Laya Gasa is regarded as the most long-distance trek in Bhutan and the most scenic one as well. The place is situated at the border of Tibet and the entire trek offers some amazing views of the untouched valleys of the country. Read more

      Wildlife sanctuaries are often mistaken for the place where just animals and plants are preserved but actually, their job is two-fold. Read more