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Bhutan Wildlife Packages

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Bhutan is popularly known as the Buddhist nation which is nestled on the eastern edge of Himalayas. Being surrounded by Himalayan ranges is one of the top things that make Bhutan a place filled with rich biodiversity and wildlife. The subtropical plains, mountains, and valleys are home to be some rare and beautiful creatures and they are also popular trekking destinations. On the Bhutan wildlife tours, you are going to explore a number of sanctuaries and reserves and witness an array of animals and birds living here in their natural habitat.

Top 5 Wildlife Sanctuaries in Bhutan

Bhutan wildlife tours are going to fulfill your desires of exploring something new in life, the close interaction with the wildlife, walks through dense forests and beautiful lake views are going to give you an enriching experience. You should definitely plan a trip to this natural heaven, witness the wonderful sites here and get lost in the beautiful maze of nature.

  • Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary: Not only does it have exquisite flora and fauna of Bhutan, but has a variety of species of rare birds residing here like the Black-rumped magpie, which is the most intelligent bird in the non-human species. Along with that, there are creatures like yeti and an abominable snowman that are spotted here.
  • Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary: This sanctuary is located in the northwestern part of Bhutan; it's a secured sanctuary because of the endangered species that reside here i.e. the Red Panda, the calm and endearing creatures that bring most tourists to this sanctuary. There are also black-necked cranes that migrate here during the end of the year to the early start of the New Year. This sanctuary also has around 130 species of butterflies hovering around on flowers it's definitely going to be treated to your sight. It is a great place to include in your Bhutan wildlife tours.
  • Jomot Sangkha Wildlife Sanctuary: This sanctuary, located in South Eastern Bhutan was formerly known as Khaling Nelli, the major highlight is the presence of rare Pygmy Hog. Apart from that other wildlife species here are Gaur, Asian Elephants, Tigers, Hispid Hares; you have to play with your luck to actually get to spot all of them here.
  • Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary: This sanctuary was actually build to protect the Sal forests and is now home to endangered species like Golden Langurs, Gaur, Asian Elephants, etc. The specialty at this sanctuary is the Chital deers spotted here. Along with that, there are many species of birds that are found here.
  • Royal Manas National Park: There are a number of endangered Himalayan wildlife species that live here along with the beautiful flora and fauna that it displays, set up in 1966 this place is definitely a must visit to get interesting insights into wildlife and biodiversity of Himalayas.
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    Animals like Pygmy Hog, Gaur, Asian Elephants, Tigers, and Hispid Hares can be spotted at Jomot Sangkha Wildlife Sanctuary.

    Bhutanese currency known as Ngultrum is used here its value is equal to Indian rupee

    There are no ATMs in Bhutan for tourists, there are few ATMs but are only accessible to local residents.

    Yes, you can attend a meditation session but you will check the schedule with the temple authorities

    No, there are no vaccinations required as such.

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    Mayank Gaur

    New delhi

    Mayank's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    I am very much satisfied with the overall booking i got the best quote and all things were manage nicely. guide and drive both were professional and made it a memorable experience. I had booked tour with Bhutan INC and i think they are one of the best travel agency for bhutan travel i recommend them. But overall booking experience wasnot that good i was promised a quote which was very good but at the time of booking that quote got increased by 15k which is not professionalism. Guide and driver both were amazing and explained everything in details.

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    Mohit Karakasia

    Phuentsholing

    Mohit's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Thimpu hotel stay was good experience rest of the trip was also fine.

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    Kaustav Bagchi

    Kolkata

    Kaustav's 8 days trip to Bhutan

    Damber our tour operator from AD Tours was a really helpful chap. Thanks to them for organising such great trip along with TravelTriangle. We Experienced snowfall in Paro it was our Best Memory of the trip!

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    Piyush Mishra

    Bengaluru

    Piyush's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Overall trip was good we thank TravelTriangle & the tour operator Valley Tours.

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    Kulu

    Bengaluru

    Kulu's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Our entire trip was well organised we faced issue while getting clearance from immigration office but somehow we got through it.

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    Sanket

    Delhi

    Sanket's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Our complete trip was well organised by Sunshine Travels, it was as per our expectations.

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    Bipin Phulsundar

    Pune

    Bipin's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Our agent ASTER TOURS was very good. we had an anniversary on 11th December and we told to agent that we have to dinner in a local dress and our agent arranged all the things as per our choice.

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    Vybhav Jayaraman

    Banglore.

    Vybhav's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    This is my second trip with travel triangle and the trip was really amazing, special thanks to travel agent. At that time there was a heavy snowfall, which made the great view

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    Ankita Shirke

    Bagdogra international airport

    Ankita's 7 days trip to Bhutan

    Local people are very friendly and Bhutan is very safe country, we highly recommend TravelTriangle to all. Tiger nest monastery was our Best Memory of the trip!

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    Alhad Posam

    Mumbai

    Alhad's 6 days trip to Bhutan

    Bhutan trip was amazing we loved Bhutnese culture and people. Hike to Tiger Nest was our Best Memory of the trip! It takes between four and five hours to do the round trip hike, plus one more hour to tour the monastery. Many people also have lunch in the cafeteria not far from the monastery. Plan on leaving Paro around 8 am and arriving back at your hotel around 3 pm.

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      Situated in western Bhutan, Paro Taktsang is perhaps the most significant Buddhist site in the country. The elaborate complex of this monastery, with red and golden peaks perches along a hanging cliff-side in the upper Paro valley, surrounded by the lushest of greens. Taktsang Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, is belie...

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    • Kyichu Lhakhang In Paro

      Only 4.7 km away from the centre of the Paro town is the temple of Kyichu Lhakhang – the Sacred Jewel of Bhutan. Inside the complex of this temple lies the oldest shrine that stands in Tibet – the Jowo Temple. The first temple in the Kyichu Lhakhang premises was built by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet in 659 AD. The legend my...

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    • Drukgyel Dzong In Paro

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    • Hiking In Thimphu

      Hiking tour Thimphu is one of the best ways of exploring the natural locales of the destination. Thimphu is the summer capital of Bhutan and is surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful surroundings. The town is located in the Thimphu valley, and the beauty of the surrounding area is incomparable. The unique location of Bhu...

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    • Changlimithang Stadium In Thimphu

      Changlimithang Stadium is the national stadium of Bhutan and was inaugurated in 1974. The stadium has a total capacity of 15000 and has been renovated time and again to add facilities and features to the stadium with the most recent renovation being in 2016. Located in the city of Thimphu, the stadium was built to commemora...

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    • Dochula Pass In Thimphu

      Situated at a height of 3100 meters, Dochula Pass is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Bhutan. In a broader sense, it is a route that lies between Bhutan’s present capital Thimphu and older royal capital Punakha. This pass was once part of a couple of ancient trade tracks, like Dochula Nature Trail or Lumitsawa A...

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    • Druk Trek Path In Paro

      One of the finest treks in Bhutan, Druk path trek is a must try for all the tourists. Among the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas, find yourself some peaceful time and make way for trekking. With the Druk path trek map in one hand, go ahead and explore the hidden beauty of a place with temples and landscapes around you. ...

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    • Chele la pass trek In Paro

      In order to experience the Bhutanese landscape, you must your presence in the thrilling atmosphere of Chele la pass trek. At an altitude of 13000 ft, Chele la is one of the highest motorable passes in Bhutan. With sightseeing activities followed by trekking and hiking, Chele la pass has beautiful and breathtaking views to o...

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    Best Things to Do on a Wildlife Tour to Bhutan

    • Go on a wildlife tour with the locals in Bhutan, who will tell you stories and anecdotes about mythical animals, which has no evidence but it is intriguing and exciting.
    • Visit the Rigsum Gompa, which is the Singye Dzong near the Bumdeling wildlife sanctuary, known for cultural and peaceful vibes.
    • Go for a trek or a bird watching walk at Jomo Sangkha and spot beautiful birds like chestnut-breasted partridge and Rufous-necked hornbill.
    • Go for an adventure trail at the Jigme Dorji National Park, it's located at high altitude and you will be in for a thrill ride if you decide to go there.
    • You can spend some time at the Phrumsengla National park, apart from animal watching, you are going to hear beautiful birds singing here and it will leave you mesmerized.

    Best Time to Visit Bhutan for a Wildlife Tour

    The best time to go for Bhutan wildlife tours would be during spring that is March to May, as the valleys are filled with flowers and the clear skies, the weather is appropriate and would not cause and hindrances in your adventure trip.

    Best Shopping Places in Bhutan

    Bhutan has limited options when it comes to shopping, the country has local fabrics, statues, handicrafts that you can take back as souvenirs. You can shop at Norzin Lam Street, Lunga Handicraft, Yoser Lhamo shop which are some of the popular places for local shopping.

    Best Restaurants to Try in Bhutan

    Bhutan has a number of cafes where you can get local cuisine, Asian cuisine is also easily available here, you can dine at Mountain cafe, Ambient cafe, Season’s restaurant, Bhutan kitchen which are few of the places that serve great food here.

    Best Dishes to Try in Bhutan

    From the local cuisine, you must try Ema Datshi, Red rice, Jasha Maroo, Suja, Jaju soup while you are on your trip to Bhutan.