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Travel To Bhutan

If you love to explore new territory that hasn’t been discovered by the masses yet, and if you love to encounter people in a breathtaking nature, a paradise called Bhutan is waiting for you. Bhutan Travel Guide is dedicated to provide the general information you want to know about Bhutan travel. Our Bhutan regional guide will enrich your knowledge about different parts of this holy land. And our Bhutan Top Attractions part recommends some must see attractions in Bhutan. It is called the last Shangri-La on earth and the land of the thunder dragon. As soon as you step onto this mysterious land, you will find it is a country of breathtaking natural beauty and manmade cultural treasures. Hope Bhutan Travel Guide will offer good references when you planning your Bhutan trips.

Bhutan Regional Guide

Details.. Paro Travel Guide

Paro, a charming town lies on the banks of the Paro (or Pa) Chhu. There is just a short distance northwest of the imposing Paro Dzong. The main street, built in 1985, is lined with colorful painted wooden shop f...

Details.. Punakha Travel Guide

Punakha is a 3 hours drive east of the capital Thimpu. It is blessed with a temperate climate and is home to one of the country's most important dzongs (Buddhist monastery). Punakha Dzong is placed strategically...

Details.. Thimphu Travel Guide

If you feel tired of the noisy city, Thimphu, is a good choice for you .Thimphu is that kind of city which can relax you spirit and body. It is far away from the sophisticated relationships between human beings....

Details.. Bumthang Travel Guide

If you think Bhutan is beautiful, Bumthang is extraordinarily beautiful. Bumthang comprises four valleys: Chokhor, Tang, Chhume and Ura. They are covered in forests that embrace small monasteries, chortens, tra...

Bhutan Top Attractions focus on displaying the most famous and popular tourists sights and travel spots in Bhutan . Selected from tens of natural and historical Bhutan attractions, what we list here are the best things to do and the must-see for sightseeings during your Bhutan tour.

Paro Taktsang is the popular name of Taktsang Palphug Monastery (also known as Tiger's Nest),a prominent Himalayan Buddhist sac...

Punakha Dzong is 180m long and 72m wide and the utse is six storeys high. The gold dome on the utse was built in 1676 by local ruler ...

This splendid dzong, north of the city on the west bank of the Wang Chhu, seems to fit seamlessly into the valley, lending the city b...

One of the finest examples of a Bhutanese monastery, this Dzong hosts the Paro Tsechu i.e festival of masks. Did you know that Berto...

The Postal Service in Bhutan was first launched on 10th October 1962 with the opening of a post office in Phuentsholing. In the same...

Wangdue Phodrang Dzong is the third oldest dzong in the country after the Semtokha and Punakha dzongs, and played a significant role...

This massive statue of Shakyamuni measures in at a height of 51.5 meters, making it one of the largest statues of Buddha in the worl...

The ancient ruin of Drukgyel Dzong, considered as the most beautiful and famous archaeological sites in Bhutan, is situated on a rid...

Kyichu Lhakhang, (also known as Kyerchu Temple or Lho Kyerchu) is an important Himalayan Buddhist temple situated in Lamgong Gewog of...

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Question:Hi I heard that traveling in Bhutan is expensive. I was wondering if you could give me an approx idea of how much money I need to pay for a 4 or 5 days tour in Bhutan. Thanks!

Answer:In order to prevent it from being overwhelmed by mass tourism and to reduce the impact on the country's unique society and environment, the "High Value, Low Impact Tourism" policy highly regulates the travel to Bhutan. At present, the Bhutan government formulates that the minimum cost for traveling in Bhutan is USD250/person/day. So plus the visa, air fare etc, the tour fare for a 4 nights 5 days tour in Bhutan is about USD1500/person.

Question:Where is Bhutan?

Answer:Bhutan is located in the eastern Himalayas. It lies between India and China. Its landscape ranges from subtropical plains and forests in the South to subalpine forests and snowy mountains in the North.

Question:What is the religion of Bhutan?

Answer:Bhutan is a predominantly Buddhist country and is known as the last stronghold of Mahayana Buddhism.

Question:How can I book my tour to Bhutan?

Answer:The Bhutan government regulates that you must use a license Bhutanese tour operator or one of their international partners to book your tour to Bhutan.