Even as Bhutan slowly embraces modernity, it retains its mysterious old-world charm at its core. There’s no better way to immerse yourself in the country’s traditional culture than by living with a local Bhutanese family and experiencing daily life alongside them. Mostly located in Punakha, Paro and Bumthang valleys, local farmhouses are made of mud and stone, and offer a pleasant retreat from the buzz of the city. Take a traditional hot stone bath, discover the Bhutanese way of life from the inside, connect with nature in a quiet and intimate way, and learn to prepare some local delicacies in a Bhutanese kitchen. With its hot and creamy flavours, Ema Datshi, Bhutan’s popular chillies and cheese dish, is sure to appeal to Indian taste buds.
BEST TIME TO VISITYear Round
SUGGESTED DURATION2 Days
Immerse yourself in local culture with a homestay experience on a Bhutanese farm.
Prepare a traditional Bhutanese meal along with the family in the homestay.
Sleep under the rafters of an ancient farmhouse.
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