One of the most beautiful, peaceful, and harmonious countries in the globe, Bhutan is a must-visit destination for all! Whether a leisure seeker or an adventure lover, planning for honeymoon trips or solo one, a backpacking tour or a cultural sojourn, this scenic country in the lap of mighty Eastern Himalayas would always keep you soaked with unlimited fun, frolic, and excitement.
Dotted with scenic valleys, sacred monasteries, pious temples, natural reserves, pristine lakes, and a kaleidoscopic range of tourist attraction points, this gorgeous country enchants visitors from all across the globe to explore its miraculous beauty. Fascinating in its own ways, the Kingdom of Bhutan is one of those destinations that cater to almost all the types and categories of travellers.
Seated in the lap of the mighty Himalayas, Bhutan or the ‘Land of Thunder Dragons’ or the ‘Land of Druks’ is mostly known for its ancient or historic monasteries. This country is the home ground to some of the ancient as well pious Buddhist monasteries in the world. To name here, the Tiger’s Nest Monastery or the Paro Taktsang, Gangtey Monastery, Punakha Dzongs, Rinpung Dzong, Trashigang Dzong, and Jakar Dzong are some of the most revert Buddhist sites in Bhutan.
Owing to the astounding elevation of this country; that usually ranges between 200m to 7,000m, Bhutan or the ‘Happiest Himalayan Kingdom’ experiences an amazing mix in its climate throughout the year. Owing to this magical mix in the climatic conditions, different regions in the country undergoes contrasting changes bringing a prismatic change across the country. This invites visitors from across the globe to visit and explore the many different towns, villages, and valleys in Bhutan that turns into promising tourist attraction points.
Adding to this, there are the scenic as well as fascinating wildlife reserves in Bhutan that also serves as major tourist attraction points in Bhutan. Most of these wildlife reserves or national parks are the natural abode of a diverse range of rare wildlife, floral, and avifauna species.
Interestingly, most of the wildlife species found in the national parks are either indigenous to Bhutan are already declared endangered across the world. Jigme Dorji National Park, Jomotsangkha Wildlife Sanctuary, Royal Manas National Park, Wangchuck Centennial National Park, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, and Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park are some of the most popular and promising wildlife reserves that one must visit while in the Land of Thunder Dragons.
In addition to this long list of tourist attractions in Bhutan, one should not also miss out the quaint and remote villages within the country. Be it Adha and Rukha, Gangzur, Gaselo and Nahee, Radhi, or Khoma, all the villages are known for their unique charm and appeal.
Also, while talking about the tourist attraction points in Bhutan, one should also not miss a visit to the lofty Dochula Pass, Buddha Dordemna Statue, National Museum of Bhutan, and the other heritage museum along with the royal palaces and fortresses across the Happiest Himalayan Kingdom, which we fondly call ‘Bhutan’!