Bhutan is a place which gives you the feeling of dreamland. It is the dream to visit for every wanderlust personality. Most of the tourist in this world want to visit this heavenly country and also want to spend quality time. The Butan is a fantastic country and has all the ingredients which are required to quench the thirst of wanderlust. This country is also known as- “The Land of Thunder Dragon”. The kingdom of Bhutan is known as the Drukpa Kingdom.

There are many places to visit in Bhutan. All these places are so amazing which attracts visitors to towards them. Bhutan is known for its monasteries, forts, temples, and landscapes. It contains all the beauty of the eastern Himalayas. The tourist attractions of Bhutan are the following:

It is the capital of Bhutan. All offices of senior government officers are here so it is important in terms of administration also. The main sites of Thimpu are religious site and have the blessings of Lord Buddha. The main attractions of Thimpu are Tashichho Dzong which is a fortified monastery and the gold statue of Lord Buddha which is 51.5 meters high. You can spot this statute easily. It is said to be the highest statue of Lord Buddha in this world. Other sites are Memorial Chorten, Changangkha Lhakhang & folk Heritage Museum.

It is one of the beautiful Bhutanese town situated on the western side of Thimpu. The Paro contains the one and the only international airport in Bhutan. The places to visit are National Museum of Bhutan, Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang, Kichu Lakhang, Zuri Dzong, Tiger’s Nest Monastery(Paro Taktsang), Dzongdrakha Monastry, Jangsarbu Lakhang. In all these places the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is one of the topmost sites. You have seen this monastery is many photographs of Bhutan taken by national as well as an international travel magazine. It is the iconic site of Bhutan.

It is well known for the Punakha Dzong. It is the 17th-century fortress and one of the best-preserved architectural monuments in Bhutan and the world. It’s located at the confluence of Pho and Mo Chu rivers. The other famous nearby site is Chimi Lakhang.

It is the border town and also known as the cross border trading center in Bhutan. It is the first place at the entrance of Bhutan and most nearby Indian border. It is the administrative central point for the Chukha district. The immigration office Pheuntsholing is the first place where every tourist has to apply for the permit to enter Bhutan from the India side.

Manas National Park
Manas National Park is the most beautiful site. It is part of the conservation project initiated by the Royal Government of Bhutan and the Government of India. It is the home for endangered species like Bengal Tigers, Rhinos and Elephants.

There are many more beautiful places to visit in Bhutan which are worth visiting.

Day 1:Arrival at Siliguri, Siliguri to Phuentsholing
Day 2:Phuentsholing to Thimpu
Day 3:Thimpu to Punakha via Dochula Pass
Day 4:Thimpu Sightseeing and Thimpu to Paro
Day 5:Trekking to Tiger’s Nest
Day 6:Return Journey from Paro to Siliguri
Day 7:Departure

Things to Carry

Dry Fruits and Snacks
General Medicine Kit
Woolen Clothes
Woolen Socks
Woolen Gloves
Personal Toiletries
Solar Charger
Sunscreen Lotion
Lip Balm
Led Flashlights
Identity Proof
Small Garbage Collection Bags
Water Bottle
Thermo Flask
Trekking Shoes
Body Lotion
Extra Batteries for Camera
First Aid Kit


Obtain all the permits before commencing the bike ride. It is an essential thing as the authorities are strict.
The Laws of Bhutan are strict so do not use any toxic material during the trip; it may lead you in difficulty. There may be legal action according to the law of Bhutan.
Upon asking, you have to show your id-proof and permit the authority of Bhutan.
Do not make fun of any religious belief in belief as they are concern & sensitive towards religious identities.
Stick with the group and follow the instructions of the group leader.
Do not litter while bike riding at Bhutan.
Try to avoid bad comments on co-travelers. If you face any issues, then notify your team/group leader.
If you face any health issues, then tell your team leader immediately.
Carry a personal garbage bag with you.
Do not indulge in any activity which is against the Law of Bhutan.
Do not carry any weapon during the bike ride.
Try to avoid plastic materials as much as possible. In case you have used it during trekking, then do not leave it behind and put it in your garbage bag.
Try to avoid activities that harm nature. Be a responsible trekker.

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