Rafting experience in Punakha on the Mo Chu and Pho Chu river.
It was established in 1966 as the protected area and later upgraded as a national park.
A textile museum operated by the Royal Textile Academy, a civil society organization that aims to preserve and promote the art of weaving.
The ruins hold great historical significance and its beauty stuns visitors from foreign lands.
The Samdrup Jongkhar Dzong is one of the newest built Dzongs in the country and it serves as the office for district administrator
Perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Punakha and Wangduephodrang valley.
Ser Bhum Brewery is Bhutanese craft beer brewery, located in the woods of Hungtsho. It is 12 kilometers away from Thimphu en route to Punakha
The Sha Radap Lhakhang or referred to as Rada Lhakhang by the locals is located in the vicinity of the Wangdue Phodrang Dzong.
Simply Bhutan is a “live” Museum with an interactive environment where the tourists can presume to live a life of a traditional Bhutanese lifestyle in just one visit
The Ta Dzong was built in 1652 by first Governor of Trongsa.
The 157 feet bronze statue of Guru Nangsey Zileon sits atop a hill in Takila in Lhuntse District.
Tali Dratshang is located at 10 minutes drive from Gelephu Town.
The Royal Queen Mothers of Bhutan (the four sisters) hail from the Talo region.
Located on the other side of the river of the Thimphu - Paro highway, one needs to cross an iron chain suspension bridge to get to the Lhakhang.
Built in 1501 and located 5km away from Jakar town in Bumthang.
The university is located in the northern end of the Thimphu valley. The road gets narrower and the valley starts caving in imposing its gigantic rise.
A colossal 17th century fortress constructed on the western bank of the Thimphu River houses the Office of the His Majesty the King of Bhutan.
The monastery overlooks the beautiful Chummey valley in Bumthang.
The most popular monastery in Bhutan is located at an hours drive from Paro town. One has to hike 3 hours to get to it.
Trashigang Dzong is strategically built on a hill overlooking Drangmechu River.
The discovery of the Ney dates back to the time of Guru Rinpoche when he meditated in the cave and once completed his meditation the inscriptions were imprinted on the inner walls of the cave as to mark the attainment of perfection.
The monarchy institution in Bhutan observes a tradition where the Kings serve as the Trongsa Governor prior to ascending to the throne.
A beautiful village in Ura, Bumthang consisting of traditional houses built around the community temple of Ura.
Voluntary Artists Studio, Thimphu, popularly known as VAST is the citadel for the art lovers. It was first founded by a group of young inquisitive local artists in 1998.