Bhutan, otherwise known as the “Land of Thunder Dragon” is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Though landlocked, the country is known for its legendary ancient fortresses and temples, stunning landscapes as well as colorful festivals. It is one of the fantastic places to visit whenever you want to steal away from your fast-paced lifestyle, apart from the hustles and bustles of our modern world. The Buddhist kingdom is located on the eastern edge of Himalayas and provides a wealth of cultural realms. There are many reasons, including the followings 10 Reasons to Travel Bhutan:
Tourism in Bhutan


1. Enjoy Zuri Dzong Hike

Enjoy Zuri Dzong Hike falls under the 10 Reasons to Travel Bhutan. Many tourists who visit Bhutan will tell you that a trip to this country isn’t complete without a hiking trip to Zuri Dzong. If you want to enjoy a perfect bird’s eye view of the famous Paro Valley, climbing to Zuri Dzong will be a great idea. As you stand at the peak, you will have the Himalayas with its splendor in the background, a truly breathtaking experience. There are several caves in Zuri Dzong dating centuries back. Enjoy the extraordinary views as well as a serene, tranquil environment. Image Source:

2. Taktsang Goemba (Tiger’s Nest Monastery)

One of the surest places you will have to visit and which many tour companies such as BookMyTour will have lined up for you is the Taktsang Goemba. The Tiger’s Nest Monastery, as it’s commonly known, happens to be a critical religious and historical establishment in Bhutan. There is a Buddhist monastery on a 3000m vertical cliff north of Paro, and this gives you a perfect view of the valley below. Built-in 1692, the monastery is of great importance to the inhabitants of Bhutan.

3. Tshechu festival

Held on the 10th day of the Lunar month, Tshechu is a Bhutanese religious festival that will leave you entertained as you witness the historical culture of Bhutan. The celebrations usually help in each Dzongkhag or district and the major monasteries. You can observe the mask dances and also see different cultural items on display as you understand the rich culture even more. It is  also the main Reason to Travel Bhutan

4. See some of the highest mountains in the world

With mountains such as Jitchu Drake, Mount Jhomolbari, and others, there is every lesson for you to organize a trip there at least once in your life (I’m not sure you won’t have the urge to visit again). These mountains are not only some of the highest in the world but also are unclimbed. The government doesn’t allow for mountaineering to the peaks. They are believed to be the abode of spirits and deities by the Bhutanese.

5. Museums and monuments

The museums of Bhutan are a sure sign of the great Bhutanese history. You can visit museums that are custodians of precious history right dating back to the 8th century at the arrival of Guru Padmasambhava. There are many museums closely situated next to each other, and as you visit the ever-present Lhakhangs and Dzongs, you will learn a lot about the history of the country and its beliefs.

6. Art and craft

If you are a lover of arts and crafts, then you will find Bhutan to be a great place to visit as you enjoy the 13 Bhutanese arts of Zorig Chusum, which are deeply rooted in the philosophy of Buddhist. A treasure discoverer, Pema Lingpa, introduced the 13 arts and crafts, and they include papermaking, stonework, woodwork, and painting, among others.

7. Dochula Pass

In 2003, a war broke between Bhutan and Indian insurgents. In memory of the Bhutanese soldiers who died, a concentration of 108 stupas (chortens) constructed there, which is a great tourist attraction. From the pass, you can enjoy a stunning 360 scenic view of extensive valleys overlook the imposing mountains covered with snow.

8. Thimphu

Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan and a unique one, for that matter. For starters, it is a small town and stands out as the only capital without traffic lights in the world. You can enjoy an exploration of quirky shops and colorful weekend markets where you can do a bit of shopping for different items. Thimphu is the home to Bhutanese’s rich culture, art, and tradition. It also features impressive architectural works with the city being decorated with traditional Bhutanese styled concrete buildings as well as wooden houses. The capital is unique in its way, and you can enjoy the amazingly friendly people who live there.

9. Beautiful landscapes

If you enjoy nature and breathtaking views, Bhutan is the place to visit. The entire valleys spread across the country as the whole and whose beauty you can enjoy right from where you will be staying. Bhutan is a blessing with rustic alluring nature, and everyone who visits the country can testify to this fact. Everywhere you go in Bhutan, the strikingly beautiful landscapes will be an attraction that you’ll never get enough.

10. Wonderful people

The lovely people of Bhutan will make you feel welcome and loved. Bhutan has a Gross National Happiness philosophy, which will surely endow you with genuine bliss as you visit. The little kingdom is considered to be among the happiest places in the globe, and this happiness will rub on you. Everywhere you turn in Bhutan, you’ll face the smiling faces of people wearing colorful traditional clothes for both men and women.

Bhutan is the home to several natural wonders, which will make your travel worth every single cent you put in it. As you trek on the mountainous regions, you can enjoy some fantastic views of unique birds and mammals, most of which are in the protection of the local, national parks. There is also a wealth of flora and fauna, which is dazzling and captivating to the eyes. A visit to this small country will give you amazing memories, especially if you can book the best tour packages that will help make every moment count.

There are still a lot of reasons to visit Bhutan, but the mentioned are the 10 Reasons to Travel Bhutan. If you enjoyed reading this article share it with your friends and family! This might be the missing exclusive information they were looking for! We would also appreciate it if you could give us a rating below. You can also comment us below.

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Rajendra Khanal (Raj)

Born and raised in Gorkha, Nepal, I am proud to call the Manaslu region my home! I have been in the travel business for over a decade from being assistance guide, leader, to being a manager. And finally today I am the founder of NEST Adventure. So you could say I know my way well enough in the Himalayas, especially in some of the off-the-beaten-trails in Nepal like Manaslu, Kanchenjunga and Mustang!

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