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Bhutan is famous as the land of the thunder dragon, ancient temples, and fortresses. The breathtaking natural beauty and the cultural treasures of the last Shangri-La, coupled with the less number of tourists around, will surely make your Bhutan honeymoon a perfect romantic getaway.

Let us assist you for your perfect honeymoon in Bhutan to relax, have fun, and rekindle the romance in the Gross National Happiness country.

1. Paro Valley

A collage of the various tourist places in Paro Valley

One of the most historic valleys of the country, Paro Valley is a must-visit place on your Bhutan honeymoon trip. Being the center of trade and invasion by the Tibetans, the valley has the closest cultural connection with Tibet vis-à-vis any other district in Bhutan. The boutique villas facing the beautiful pine forest valley make it an important Bhutan honeymoon destination.

Key attractions: Taktshang Tiger’s Nest monastery, the oldest temple of Kyichu Lhakhang, Drukgyel Dzong, view of the pine-forested valley, the massive fortress of Rinpung Dzong, and the National Museum of Bhutan

Best places to stay: Uma by COMO, Amankora, and Zhiwa Ling

Best time to visit: March – April and October – November

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2. Trongsa

A collage of the various places in Trongsa to visit on Bhutan honeymoon trip

Your honeymoon in Bhutan would be incomplete would visiting the new village of Trongsa. The long history of the Wangchuck kings can be seen from the forts of the district, with the picturesque views of the mountains in the backdrop.

Key attractions: Tongsa Dzong, The Tower of Trongsa Museum, and Chendebji Chorten

Best places to stay: Yangkhil Resort, Norling Hotel, and Sherubling Lodge

Best time to visit: March – April and October – November

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3. Thimphu

A collage of the various tourist places in Thimphu

The capital and the largest city of the country, Thimphu is one of the preferred honeymoon destinations in Bhutan. The colorful weekend market with its quirky shops, museums, and popular landmarks will make your honeymoon in Bhutan a memorable one.

Key attractions: The weekend market at Chubachu, Tashichho Dzong (Fortress of the Glorious Religion), Simtoka Dzong (Palace of Profound Meaning of Secret Mantras), Dechen Phodrang (Palace of Great Bliss), Dechencholing Palace, Buddha Dordenma Statue, Memorial Chorten, Tango Monastery, and Cheri Monastery

Best places to stay: Ariya Hotel, Hotel Norbuling, and Taj Tashi

Best time to visit: March – April and October – November

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4. Bumthang

A collage of the various places in Bumthang to visit on honeymoon trip to Bhutan

The district houses the most ancient temples and sacred sites in Bhutan. From trekking to the burning lakes and from forts to temples, Bumthang ensures a great honeymoon in Bhutan.

Key attractions: Wind Horse Treks, Kurje Lhakhang, Jakar Dzong, Burning Lake, and Ngang Lhakhang

Best places to stay: Amankora Bumthang, Jakar Village Lodge, and Swiss Guest House

Best time to visit: March – April and October – November

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5. Gangtey

The stunning Gangtey monastery to be visited on your Bhutan honeymoon

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One of the most beautiful in the country, the Gangtey valley is a picturesque destination for your honeymoon in Bhutan.

Key attractions: Gangtey Monastery and Black Mountain National Park

Best places to stay: Amankora Gangtey, Yue-Loki Guest House, and Dewachen Hotel

Best time to visit: March – April and October – November

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6. Punakha

A collage of the various places in Punakha to visit on honeymoon in Bhutan

The erstwhile capital of the country, Punakha is a must-visit place on your honeymoon  trip to Bhutan. A relatively warmer city, winters are pleasant and hence it is better to visit Punakha in Bhutan for honeymoon in winters.

Key attractions: Punakha Dzong, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten, Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup nunnery, and Chimi L’hakhang Temple

Best places to stay: Dhensa Boutique Resort, Dochula Resort, and Damchen Resort

Best time to visit: September – March

Tip: Attend the Punakha Festivals – Punakha Drubchen from 13th – 16th February 2016 and Punakha Tshechu from 17th – 19th February 2016 (tentative dates only)

Further Read: 10 Best Hotels In Bhutan – The Mystical Himalayan Kingdom

So, visit these stunning tourist attractions on your honeymoon trip to Bhutan and rekindle the romance with the natural beauty and the cultural treasures of the country.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Honeymoon In Bhutan

Is Bhutan good for honeymoon?

Bhutan is commonly called the land of the thunder dragon, and this country is blessed with ancient temples and fortresses. Alongside that there is nature’s finest beauty to be admired. Thus, if someone is planning a relaxing honeymoon in Bhutan then it’s going to be a memorable time here.

Is Passport required for Bhutan?

For the Indian Nationals it is required to carry any of the two valid ‘Travel Documents’ (a) Valid Indian Passport having validity of minimum 6 months; and/or (b) Voter Identity Card, issued by the Election Commission of India. No Visa is required to visit Bhutan.

What is the best time to visit Bhutan?

The best time to visit Bhutan is between the months of October to December when the air is clear and fresh with sunny skies. January and February are colder, but from then until April the climate remains dry and pleasant and in late spring the famous rhododendrons bloom spectacularly, flooding the valleys with colour.

Why is Bhutan so expensive?

The government has declared a minimum fee of $200 USD per day for a season during low season and $250 USD per day per person during the high season. This is to help protect Bhutan’s culture and environment. Naturally, this makes your trip to Bhutan remarkably expensive.

Is Bhutan safe for tourists?

Bhutan is considered to be quite a safe and beautiful place to visit where the tourists can feel themselves safe. Alongside that the best part is that the Indian can explore this place without the help of any tour guide.

How many days Indian can stay in Bhutan?

The Indians don’t have to apply for a Visa to plan a trip to Bhutan. The only thing required is to take a seven-day entry-cum-stay permit from the border offices. This permit is valid at Phuentsholing, Paro and Thimpu.

How many days do you need in Bhutan?

There are many things to see in Bhutan which includes its monasteries and natural surroundings. Thus at least five days are needed to enjoy a time at this place.

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