Bhutan Travel Bucketlist Ideas

Bhutan stretches the boundaries of the surreal. Hidden in the Himalayas, this warm and welcoming nation celebrates the beauty of alternative culture. Its unique identity has been effortlessly preserved into the 21st century, along with astonishing nature and the spellbinding sweetness of tranquility.

This is the land of happiness, where progress is measured in smiles and spiritual tones float elegantly on the alpine breeze. Explore these Bhutan bucketlist ideas and get ready for the country's new definition of reality. Here you can experience an untamed way of life that brings purity to every moment.

The Tigers Nest

Nine Days in Bhutan

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The glacially fed Paro Chhu (Paro river) flows past the city of Paro, Bhutan providing mineral rich water used to irrigate the infamous pink rice of the region.

Bhutan Introduction in Paro

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The Gangteng Monastery or Gangtey Gonpa sits on a hill of the Phobjika valley. The complex has a central towers, monk’s quarters and a meditation ar.ea In the valley there is the best-known marshland in Bhutan, a protected area where black-necked cranes (Grus nigricollis) arrive from Tibet to mate every winter. The Kingdom of Bhutan is landlocked in the Himalayas. The Head of state is the King of Bhutan, known as the "Dragon King". The Kingdom in on the Silk Road between Tibet and India. Bhutan is famous for its concept of Gross National Happiness.

Meet the Monks of Gangteng Gompa

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A beautiful valley near Punakha, Bhutan. The view goes to the snow covered heights of the himalayas in the distance. In the foreground is the national highway of Bhutan.

Buddhist Heritage Tour of Tang Valley

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Old monastery near Mongar eastern part of Bhutan

Tibetan History of Trongsa Tour

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Thaksang - Tigers Nest Temple in Bhutan

Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery

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The beautiful Dzong of Punakha shining in the monsoon glory with purple trees to compliment.

Bhutanese History Tour of Punakha

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Beautiful adult Rufous-necked hornbill (Aceros nipalensis), angle level, back shot, foraging on the red fruit tree in montane forest on high mountain, Chong Yen, Mae Wong National Park, northern of Thailand.

Himalayan Safari in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park

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