With splendid natural beauty, abundant flora and fauna, age-old traditions and culture, and Buddhism, Bhutan is indeed a travel destination for a holistic experience. However, the country is also idyllic to look forward to a specific kind of holiday that interests an individual. Its natural beauty and thick forest covers are inviting for anyone who dreams of spending a holiday amidst pristine nature, exotic landscape and wildlife. Apart from picturesque places like Paro, Bumthang, Mongar and more, Bhutan also has protected areas in the form of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries like Jigme Dorji National Park and Royal Manas National which offer safe shelter to the country’s many native and rare species like snow leopards, red pandas, Black-Necked Cranes, Takin and floral species like Himalayan Blue Poppy.
For those craving for an adventure, Bhutan is never a disappointment. The country that enjoys the protection of the mighty Himalayas is home to many trekking trails and mountain peaks. Mt Jomolhari, the most iconic trek in Bhutan along with Snowman Trek, Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek, and Bumthang Owl trek, Bhutan is unarguably the best adventure destination. The country that abounds in culture and traditions is also quite hospitable and thus make for a culture tour destination as well. There are plethora of colourful religious festivals that the country hosts like the Paro and Thimphu Tshechu which offer the best glimpse of Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage. There are rural tours that provide a glance at the age-old weaving and fabric-making traditions of Bhutan.
What adds more to Bhutan tour is the spiritual vibe of the country. Reckoned to be blessed by Guru Rimpoche and replete with chortens, monasteries, and Buddhist temples, Bhutan is an unmatched religious tour destination. In the quietude and serenity, it is altogether a different experience to seek the blessings of Lord Buddha and Guru Rimpoche in sacred places like Paro Taktsang and Kuensel Phodrang. The place is also perfect for newlyweds to start their lives with the blessing of Guru Rimpoche. Apart from the religious aspect, Bhutan makes for a cozy honeymoon destination with its picture-perfect landscape and tranquil surroundings. Needless to say, the country is ideal for family tours as well.