Bhutan: Top 7 Best Places To Visit in bhutan

 Paro has stunning scenery and is home to both traditional homes and paddy fields. Paro is home to one of Bhutan’s most famous monasteries, the Tiger’s Nest or the Taktsang. It’s located on a cliff. Paro also has many other attractions worth visiting.


One of the highlights is Thimphu’s Nightlife. Thimphu is still a stronghold of Bhutanese Traditions. It houses many architectural structures, such as the Buddha Dordenma which marks your entrance to Thimphu.  


Punakha is known for its Punakha Dzong, the second oldest dzong in Bhutan. It was also the site of the first national assembly in 1953. It is a beautiful dzong that displays the architectural excellence of Bhutan. 


Jakar, which means “white bird”, is the name of the district Dzong. You can visit many sacred and historical sites. It is also considered the origin point of Buddhism in Bhutan. It is a great place to satisfy the historian’s curiosity. 


The pass offers a stunning view of the Himalayan mountain range. The stunning backdrop and snow-covered mountains will be visible from the top. Many Bhutanese families spend their holidays here 

Dochula Pass

Phobjikha Valley is located at a elevation of 3000-meters. It is in the form of a bowl and is on the western slopes the mountains. This is the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park’s border. This is the most popular place in Bhutan and must be visited. 

Phobjikha Valley 

This is the perfect trek for those who love small hikes. Chomolhari and Jomolhari are two of the most popular tourist spots in this area. If you’re here to trek, you will need to be comfortable in the Haa Valley before you can start the trek.