Rinpung Dzong is a beautiful dzong (fort), with towering walls, built in the 16th century. Known as the Fortress on a Heap of Jewels.
Witness the breathtaking panorama of one of the highest peaks of Bhutan, Mount Jhomolhari which snuggles in the border amid Tibet and Bhutan.
Located at an altitude of about 3,989 meters, is among the popular to see in Bhutan. The magnificent pass is en-route the Haa Valley in Paro.
Paragliding is frequently operated in the alluring valley of Ura, Phobjika, and Bumthang. Paragliding is one of the most acknowledged activities.
Known for the beautiful and the sacred monastery of guru Rinpoche. It is considered as a place of pilgrimage and is an easy half trek.
Among the popular tourist places in Bhutan, the dzong speaks volumes about the beautiful stories and traditions of the Buddhist culture.
Indulging in white water rafting, glimpse of the beautiful valleys and the exotic birds while gently flowing through the course of the river.
It is a 169 feet tall statue of Buddha, built at the foot of the hills. This gold and bronze statue is visible from anywhere in Thimphu.
Dochula Pass is a beautiful pass consisting of 108 Stupas, built in the memory of the Bhutanese soldiers who died in a war from India.
Discover the adventurer in yourself by Rock climbing,experiencing the difficulty, thrill, adventure amid the Breath taking the realm of nature.
Phobjikha is a small town in the central part of Bhutan. Phobjikha is bestowed with valleys and is surrounded by mountains and lush greenery.
A popular fortress set on the edge of the city’s border, monastery is a delight to watch as it is set on western banks of River Wang Chu.
From contemporary paintings to ancient statues, the museum houses 3000 masterpieces & exhibits more than 1,500 years of cultural heritage.