Bhutan’s rivers, its fortress-monasteries and its archery has found many lovers across the world. This untrodden region of the Indian Subcontinent is famous for herbal remedies and lifestyles. Go through the hills scouting for honey and learn about the histories of Tibetan medicine that has been passed down through generations. Why not have a gala dinner in the old forts that offer views of the Himalayan region?
Paro - Goddess of Mountains region
Jakar - Fames for festivals and sacred sights
Paro International Airport
9-10 hour stop over flight from UK
Dzongkha | English
Bhutanese Ngultrum | Indian Rupee
Southwards, closer to India, the weather is hot and humid in the summer and cool in winter. The monsoon rains are usually heavy. The best times to visit Bhutan are spring (March-May) and autumn (late September – November) when the weather is warm, dry and sunny.