The serene ambience of Bhutan witnesses itself for the country being the eighth happiest country in the world and world’s first zero-carbon country. Before 1974, tourism in Bhutan was forbidden for international tourists due to their religious and cultural beliefs to protect their nature, tradition and historical and architectural locations. Even today many parts of Bhutan are accessible under special permit. But still it receives thousands of travellers each year, who are attracted to this small country for its way of practicing spiritualism in everything, including their lifestyle.
Paro is not only important because of having the only international airport of Bhutan, but also because some excellently stunning tourist places in Bhutan are accessible from here like Taktsang Monastery, Ringpung Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang, National Museum of Bhutan etc.
The Thimphu Valley has the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu, and is a picturesque beauty amongst green hills. Situated along the Wang Chhu or Raidak River, tourists can stay here and visit Bhutan tourist places like Drukgyal Dzong, Tashichho Dzong, Gangteng Monastery, Memorial Chorten, Motithang Takin Preserve, and Bhutan Textile Museum etc.
Until 1955, the town of Punakha was the capital of Bhutan and the former seat of Bhutan Govt. The fertile valley in the confluence of rivers Mo Chhu and Pho Chhu is a hotspot for Bhutan tour with locations like Pungthang Dewachen Phodrang, Chimi Lhakhang etc.
An outstanding valley to please the tourists with extraordinary scenic beauty, Haa Valley, is situated along the Haa River. As it is not bustled with random tourists, the valley is a quiet and has excellent places to see in Bhutan like Haa Dzong, Kyerchu Temple etc.
The Mongar Valley is situated at 1700m above the sea level and mostly an agricultural area as well as one of the Bhutan points of interest. On the way to Mongar, tourists can see Gushing Waterfalls, Thrumshingla Pass etc. This is actually a point of entrance towards Eastern Bhutan.
Witnessing a breathtaking view from the Dochu La Pass at 3100m altitude is something that nobody can miss during Bhutan travel. There are 108 chortens, known as Druk Wangyal Chorten, and a monastery in the backdrop of Royal Botanical Park at Lampelri.
In 1543, the first monastery in Trongsa Valley was built and thus it holds great importance in Bhutan tourism. Tourists visit the monastery here named as Chokhor Raptse Dzong, which it is a home to about 200 monks and can create the era of 16th century.
This mountain pass is loved by the all the tourists of Bhutan, mostly by the trekkers. The scenic beauty of the surrounding location is beyond amazing, especially in winter, with frozen lakes, alpine forest, waterfalls and snow on path.
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