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Trip to Bhutan

Travel enthusiasts are on the lookout for ideal tourist destinations, whenever they have the time. Unfortunately, time is what is scarcely available due to the tremendously fast lives of almost every individual nowadays. Owing to this, most of them tend to go for locations which offer a serene and refreshing surrounding that makes one forget all worries for some time. If you are one of them and are on the lookout for that ideal place in Asia which would bring back the happy and refreshed mind that you now lack, then Bhutan is the best place for you.

In Bhutan, you will get imbibe the serenity and refreshing beauty that the exotic landscape offers. Apart from that, you will have the enjoyment and pleasures of experiencing different festivals and witnessing one of the richest cultural heritages in the world.

If you are one of them and are on the lookout for that ideal place in Asia which would bring back the happy and refreshed mind that you now lack, then Bhutan is the best place for you. In Bhutan, you will get imbibe the serenity and refreshing beauty that the exotic landscape offers. Apart from that, you will have the enjoyment and pleasures of experiencing different festivals and witnessing one of the richest cultural heritages in the world.

Visit Anytime other Than Monsoon

So to plan your travel to Bhutan you need to keep certain things in mind. It will make your program quicker yet cost-effective and will ensure that you don’t face any unexpected situation during the trip. The first point that you need to keep in mind is the ideal time to visit the land of dragons.

Except for the monsoon season, which is from July to August, you can visit Bhutan at any time of the year. There is a typical light rainfall during monsoon, but heavy downpours are scarce. A good time is during winter when you get to witness certain rare species of birds, catch glimpses of rainbows over the valley and experience festivals like the Matsutake Mushroom Festival.

There is a typical light rainfall during monsoon, but heavy downpours are scarce. A good time is during winter when you get to witness certain rare species of birds, catch glimpses of rainbows over the valley and experience festivals like the Matsutake Mushroom Festival.

Book The Air tickets

Next, you need to book the tickets for reaching Bhutan. The peak tourist seasons are from March to May and again from September to November. You will have to reach Thimpu by air to travel to Bhutan. After arrival you can travel to other destination as you please or according to your chosen tour package.

To book your tickets for these time periods, completing the booking three months ahead is advised. If you want to avoid the peak tourist seasons to have a lonelier atmosphere, up close and personal with nature then choose the non-pick period.

The Places Where you can stay

After this, you need to know where you can remain in Bhutan. The home stay is a thing that many tourists try nowadays, to have the authentic experience of staying with a local Bhutanese family and experiencing the life of a Bhutanese person. But if you are the tourist who prefers the comfort of a hotel room while in vacation, then there are a broad range of hotels to choose from, as well. There are luxurious five-star hotels besides the standard hotels, where there are facilities such as yoga sessions overlooking the beautiful Paro valley.

There are luxurious five-star hotels besides the standard hotels, where there are facilities such as yoga sessions overlooking the beautiful Paro valley.

Your Tour in the way You Like

There are several integrated tour packages provided by different travel consultant companies. Any standard tour package to Bhutan lets you experience the exotic beauty of the mountains and the rich cultural heritage in the form of beautiful monasteries situated all over Bhutan. Thimpu is the smallest capital in the world and yet houses some timeless Bhutanese art, culture, and traditions which have a pure and native feel.

Another point which needs noting is that Bhutan has many festivals all around the year. So you can choose to visit this land of happiness during any one festival. These include the Royal Highlander Festival, the Black Necked Crane Festival, the Rhododendron Festival and the Matsutake Mushroom Festival. So don’t waste any more time and plan your trip based on these guidelines.