Bhutan is a unique tourist location resting in the southern regions of the Himalayas and widely known as ‘the land of the thunder dragon’. Bhutan Tour is popular because it comes under the world’s top travel destinations. Perched on high altitudes, you witness mystical beauty spread across acres of land. The Bhutan kingdom is manifested by its natural beauty of flora and fauna, and is also home for varied species of animals. Bhutan’s sacredness, culture and heritage, in essence, make up its unique identity.
The mountain ranges are home to sacred monasteries. Bhutan is known for many spiritual people, with Buddhism practiced by majority of the nationals. A trip to Bhutan covers destinations like Paro, Thimphu, Gangtey, Punakha, Gogona etc. These places expose the natural splendors and cultural highlights of the place. Bhutan tour includes visiting museums especially the National Textile and Folk Heritage.
The Trekking Paradise
Bhutan Tour is specially enjoyed if you love trekking and adventure. This trekking helps you get close and personal with nature. The landscapes, with deep valleys surrounded by dominating mountains are perfect for long treks. There is a whole list of trekking routes, taking you to various places such as Phobjhika valley, Khotokha and Gogona villages, juniper and magnolia forests and other remote villages. These routes give a glimpse of Bhutan’s magnificent glacial valley. The forests, fields and meadows make the trek an exciting experience.
Trekking in Bhutan offers breath-taking views of the Himalayan range, mountain lakes, and monasteries. As you pass through rocky and rough trails you will encounter rare endangered species of birds like the magpie, woodpecker, and black-necked crane. Bhutan protects and preserves the natural habitat of many rare species in the animal and bird kingdom. Trekking in Bhutan is one of a kind because the environment is as diverse as the culture.
Spring, summer, autumn, winter are the four seasons found here? Taking a trip to Bhutan in each of these seasons has its own delightful pleasures. Summer trekking unveils green-covered valleys and blossoming flowers. Most trekkers enjoy trekking between March and May. Spring brings in colorful meadows and wildflowers. Autumn is the season which brings in the maximum number of tourists. There are treks specific and suited to winter. Some of the hardest treks in the world are covered in winter. These are challenging, yet adventurous treks, leaving explorers with a lifetime experience. A Bhutan tour truly reveals so much of its richness that is usually hidden in the hills.