With its craggy mountains, cavernous valleys and glacier-fed rivers, Bhutan will appeal to the true adventure junkie. The region’s rugged natural landscapes offer opportunities for unparalleled treks, while the flowing rivers of Punakha are ideal for an unforgettable whitewater rafting experience. Cycle along a variety of winding trails, try your hand at archery, Bhutan’s national sport, or enjoy a quiet day of birdwatching, with over 670 species of birds to look out for in Bhutan at various seasons. If you simply feel like sitting back and absorbing some stunning views of the Himalayan peaks, head over to Dochula Pass between Thimphu and Punakha, also a significant historical site. And, if the culture vulture in you emerges, the National Museum in Paro, with its splendid display of thangka paintings and festival masks, is sure to do the trick.
PERFECT FORCouples, Families
BEST TIME TO VISITYear Round
SUGGESTED DURATION3 Days
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