Bhutan Tour

Bhutan has three regions that are open to visitors. These three regions are distinctly different due to the prominent north, south mountain ranges that separate each area resulting in different topographical features. Follow the links below for a virtual tour and history of the regions.

Western Bhutan: Western Bhutan is comprised of Paro at 7200 feet, Thimphu at 7500 feet and Punakha and Wangdue Phodrang at 4200 feet. Western Bhutan is known for its stunning scenery with rice paddies cascading down magnificent mountains, the pristine rivers that flow through the main towns of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha, and unique two-story houses with brightly painted window designs.

Central Bhutan: The Black Mountains separate Western Bhutan from Central Bhutan.
This region includes Trongsa and the rich broad valleys of Bumthang including Chhume, Choskhor, Tang and Ura valleys. Central Bhutan is known for its buckwheat production, its sturdy stone houses, and its plethora of monasteries. Its the ideal place for walking due to its broad valleys and sloping mountains. The beauty of the Bumthang valley is legendary.

Eastern Bhutan: This region comprises Mongar, Trashigang and Trashi Yangste. The forests dissipate and the altitude is lower. The warmer climate is suitable for growing corn, rice and wheat. Eastern Bhutan is known for its stunning hand-loomed textiles and the weavers are all masters of the supplementary weft-weave technique. Eastern Bhutan is the least traveled area of the country.

Bhutan Tour :: Entry and exit from Phuentsholing(5 Nignt - 6 Day)

Drive in: - Phuentsholing
Drive out: - Phuentsholing
Tour duration: - 5 nights 6 days

Day 01: Arrival at Phuentsholing (by Road) - Thimphu
Day 02: Thimphu valley sightseeing
Day 03: Thimpu – Punaka - Wangdue
Day 04: Wangdue - Thimpu - Paro
Day 05: Paro – Phuentsholing
Day 06: Depart from Phuentsholing and cross the boarder to Sikkim

If you use this itinerary, you should have to buy Sikkim package with Indian double entry visa and Sikkim special permit.

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