Bhutan Honeymoon Trip


Bhutan may be a remote mountain range kingdom settled east of Kingdom of Nepal and west of Burma, between Tibet and Republic of India, on its northern border. Tibetan Buddhist culture, Bhutan is slowly rising from self-obligatory international isolation and is within the method of evolving into a constitutional autocracy with a representative government.



Before you set foot in Bhutan you get to check what dramatic place this can be from the airplane. The majority can fly to the Kingdom of Bhutan from the capital of Thailand, Delhi, Kolkata, Kathmandu, or Singapore. Solely Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines fly to and from Bhutan.


From the field it’s a 45-minute drive to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. The afternoon is spent in Thimphu. For a capital town, it’s a comparatively little place. Thimphu may be a beautiful, colorful town in AN idyllic landscape, with sky-blue skies, green mountains, and rice fields. Visit the taking Preserve, a “zoo” wherever the taking, the national animal of Bhutan.

Cheri Monastery

After breakfast, it’s a short car ride up into the mountains to the Cheri Monastery. And for many people, this is probably your first visit to a Bhutanese Buddhist monastery. From the parking lot, it takes 45 minutes to 1 hour to walk up the hillside to the monastery. Spin the prayer wheels, visit the temple, and listen to your guide’s lesson about Buddhism and the monastery.

Paper Factory

After lunch in Thimphu, you’ve got the choice to go to a paper manufactory. learn the way paper is camp-made and colored with varied pigments.

National Memorial Chorten

This stupa is one in all the foremost recognizable non secular landmarks in Bhutan. Several Bhutanese individuals visit this Chorten daily to spin the prayer wheels and circle round the Chorten. This increases their smart fate, which supplies them a bigger chance for a good next life. This place with a funny name is the highlight of the day. A dzong may be a fortress, just like the castles that were in-built in Europe.

Tashichho Dzong

This place with a funny name is the highlight of the day. A dzong may be a fortress, just like the castles that were in-built in Europe. Inside the temple one thousand Buddhas are painted on the walls.

Day 3: Paro to Punakha (125 klick, 4 Hours)
Day 3: Paro to Punakha (125 klick, 4 Hours)

Buddha Dordenma Statue

This is the largest Buddha statue in the world. It is made of copper, gilded in gold, and filled with 125,000 smaller golden Buddha statues. This statue sits on a hill overlooking Thimphu. Take in one last view of Thimphu, because now it is time to travel to Punakha. Afternoon in Paro visit Ta Dzong, the National Museum of the Kingdom. Originally built as Watch Tower in 1967 it is serving as the National Museum of the country and holding a fascinating collection of art.

After breakfast, drive to Wangduephodrang. The last town in the young lama Bhutan west before arriving at the central region of Bhutan, Wangdue is a typical small Bhutanese town. After lunch, drive to Thimphu, a small charming city sandwiched in the heart of Himalayas. Overnight at the hotel in Thimphu. 

Morning visit, Trashi Chhoe Dzong, situated on the banks of Wang Chhu. It is home of the National Assembly and the summer residence of the capital’s venerated monastic community. Thimphu / Phuentsholing road was built in 1962 by Dantak, the Indian Border road organization. The drive on this route is very pleasant with numerous scenic spots en route.

End of journey and we will see up Bhutan.

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