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      Bhutan

      Both my wife and I are nature admirers like no one else. The unparalleled beauty of nature and the hilly terrains of Bhutan had always fascinated us. Visiting it someday was always at the back of our minds and our anniversary seemed like a perfect occasion for planning a romantic trip to Bhutan. Read more

      As a child, summertime meant the pleasure of reading a book in one long, lazy sitting, preferably outdoors. In adulthood, this experience is a rarity. Which is why we are stoked to tell you that you can rekindle your affaire de coeur with books by attending the Mountain Echoes Festival this year in Thimphu, Bhutan. Read more

      The beauty of the Himalayas had always inspired Mohini and her BFF. So, when it was time to take a ladies-only trip to see these mighty mountains up close, while also ensuring their safety, there couldn’t have been a better choice than the land of happiness itself! Read more

      Home to only happiness, Bhutan is a heavenly place on earth and also amongst the best holiday destinations in the world. While you may not everything about it and every attraction that it houses, there is one place you would surely know of or would have probably seen on the net! Paro Taktsang or famously known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is a beautiful cluster of sacred temples perched on an elevated hill. 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

      Situated in the western central part of Bhutan, this city is the largest and the capital city of Bhutan. This economic center of Bhutan is also the fourth highest capital in the world in altitude. This place is a perfect balance of traditional and modernization. Read more

      Any Bhutan trip would perhaps remain incomplete if Phrumsengla National Park isn’t added in the itinerary. Read more

      Backpacking in Bhutan is in everyone’s bucket list all around the world. If you are a budget traveler, backpacking in Nepal and Bhutan is quite doable in a shoestring budget. Especially, in Bhutan it is quite an experience as the Read more

      Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary in Bhutan is the newest addition to wildlife reserved areas and quite captivating too. It is spread over an area of 650 sq. km and is an amazing world in itself that you’ll love to discover and explore. The sanctuary displays the Himalayan ecosystem in its full glory, covered in thick carpets of rhododendrons. It is home to the nomadic tribes, snow leopards, barking deer, Himalayan red fox, Himalayan black bear, red pandas, Himalayan squirrels, and the mythical Yeti. Read more

      A blend of ancientism and modernism, Bhutan is an untainted country where chili is a dish in itself and rice is as red as it can be. Still untouched by many and explored by some, Bhutan has dramatic landscapes, beautiful monasteries, and more for the solitude seekers. Read more

      A trip is completely gratifying only when we have had our stomachs full and taste buds content with appetizing meals. The local cuisine of the place is one of the experiences that no one should miss, like the Bhutanese flavors when on a trip to Paro. Read more

      Zhemgang in Bhutan was previously known as Shemgang. It is one of the 20 dzongkhags (districts) of Bhutan. This place is located to the south of Trongsa in the south central region of Bhutan. This area is traditionally known as Kheng and the native and local people speak Khengpa language. Read more

      Jakar Dzong in Bhutan is the principle Dzong or a Tibetan/ Bhutanese styled fortress that overlooks the Jakar town in the Bumthang District. Located on a ridge above the Chamkhar Valley, the present fortress is built on the location Read more

      Wildlife sanctuaries aren’t just places for animals and plants to be preserved. They also help us appreciate natural life and take us close to it. Read more

      Bhutan is packed with mountainous landscapes which are interconnected with several passes. The highest motorable pass out of all Bhutan’s passes is Chelela Pass which connects the Valley of Paro and Haa. It is famous for trekking and hiking trips. Read more

      The beautiful, inspiring and chilled mountain capital city Thimphu is a major tourist attraction. When you visit the place, apart from indulging into interesting experiences one vital experience is to get yourselves few things from Thimphu. Shopping is such a Read more

      Chimi Lhakhang Temple or Chimi Lhakhang Monastery is the most well-known temple of Bhutan which stands tall on a round hillock in a village called Punakha. It is famously known as the “Fertility Temple” and is mostly Read more

      Bhutan is one of the cleanest and scenically beautiful countries in the world. There’s no doubt that this country of strong culture and traditions will leave the visitors spellbound by its enthralling natural wonders and Read more