is a small country situated in the south-east of Nepal. It is very easy and comfortable to visit Bhutan form Nepal, the Himalayan country. Though the country is geographically small, we can enjoy many places inside Bhutan. The following are the most interesting tourist attractions in Bhutan.
- The Tiger’s Monastery: It is a beautiful and very exceptional monastery hanging on a cliff which stands above an enchanting forest of blue pines and rhododendrons. Using a pony many tourists enjoy getting to the monastery, a sheer climb the hill (900 meters). The exciting part of journey is steep walk and some narrow stairs towards the monastery itself. By the Snow Lion Cave, the trail crosses a chapel of butter lamps and descends to a waterfall.You can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Paro valley form here where atmosphere is very holy and every Bhutanese will want to come at leas once in his/her life. The place holds a religious importance as Guru Rinpoche brought Buddhism into Bhutan, arriving on the back of a tigress.
- Punakha Dzong: It is the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan. It is known as Pungthang Dewachen Phodrang which literally meas Palace of Grestt Hppiness. It is the country’s most gorgeous and majestic dzong. Blessed with a temperate climate, a lovely lilac coloured jacaranda trees grow around the dzong during the spring season. The place is accessible form a 3 hours drive east of the capital Thimpu and you will cross a pass in the mountains. Then you will enjoy a breathtaking and glorious sight on the first glimpse form the road. Located strategically in between two rivers’ water, you will find distinct noticable colours of Pho Chu (male) and Mo Chu (females). Joined to the mainland by an arched wooden bridge, Punakha Dzong contains many precious relics from the days when successive kings reigned the kingdom over this valley.
- Zuri Dzong Hike: It is the oldest Dzong in Bhutan with a cave where Buddha came to mediate in, in the 8th This park is a paradise for domestic as well as foreign tourists to enjoy the view of entire Paro valley. One of the most exciting trek is the peak of the Zuri Dzong Trek in Bhutan which allows extraordinary views, something one can stare at for hours in wonder and awe. It is just half an hour journey of one starts form the museum watchtower and to exit out towards Uma, it takes an additional one hour. This is a place of relaxation along with hiking.
- Uma Paro Hotel: The most popular hotel of Bhutan offers you all kinds of modern facilities at a tranquil environment. It is just 10 minutes drive from Paro airport. It offers proudly on a Himalayan mountain, flanked by thick pine forests with views that overpay the Paro district. As one of the remote kingdom’s only boutique hotels, it offers stylish interiors,delicate food, an exciting Como Shambhala spa, and acool pool anid the mind-blowing scenery. Just mesmerizing at the magical Himalayan landscape, you could lose hours. The most amazing quality of this hotel is guests are offered rooms with different sceneries and needs for every individual’s preference.
- Gangtey Valley in winter: One of the most stunning valleys in the Himalayas, Gangtey valley is a wide, flat valley without any trees after the hard climb through dense forests. Many call it the Shangri-La of Bhutan regarding Bhutan as one of the world’s happiest nations and the last Shangri-La on Earth. During the moderate trek you will meet extremely rare experience of meadows and fields, forests of juniper, magnolia and rhododendrons in full bloom especially in April. Besides this, you can enjoy historical Gangtey monastery and the blacked necked crane information centre. You will receive special treat in the winter season there.