Must visit places in Bhutan

Unveil the Mystique of Must-Visit Gems

Being a Bhutanese Tour Operator since 2012 and being in Bhutan Tourism Industry for more than a decade we feel following places in Bhutan deserves to be among the “Must visit places in Bhutan”. We unveil the reasons behind these selections as below and invite you to embark on a transformative journey through the heart and soul of Bhutan.

  • Each location weaves a narrative of history, spirituality, and natural magnificence, offering travelers a profound glimpse into Bhutan’s soul.
  • Despite being the most visited places in Bhutan, all these places still offer you locations within them which is least visited, gives you options for being among nature or hikes along the Himalayan slopes.
  • You can choose to try Authentic Bhutanese Food, rafting, mountain biking or cycle around both traffic areas or untouched mountain trails.
  • Each Location gives an essence of modernity at the same time the experience of mystic myths.
  • The places are easily accessible and well connected. The places can be travelled comfortably.
  • Unlike the roadblocks due to rains during summer in southern Bhutan, these places are not disturbed by Natural forces much and can be travelled anytime of the year comfortably.
  • These places are also among the most visited places and the Tourism infrastructure is good as compared to many other places, whereby anybody can choose to travel.
  • Since these areas are well connected by roads and are near the only international Airport in Bhutan, these places do not require a lengthy stay. Many of us have holidays of not more than 7 days. These places can be covered withing this duration

Must visit places in Bhutan


Thimphu, The Capital City of Bhutan

Discover the capital’s blend of tradition and modernity, visit Tashichho Dzong and the Buddha Dordenma statue. See the unique National animal of Bhutan, Takin or enjoy the serenity of Dochula pass.



Explore the iconic Tiger’s Nest Monastery and Paro Taktsang, perched on a cliffside. Try Trekking or Hikes aroiund the Valley. Visit a Village house or try the traditional hotstone bath.

Punakha Dzong

Punakha and Wangdue

Admire the grandeur of Punakha Dzong, situated at the confluence of two rivers. Try River rafting or enjoy the breathtaking views from Khamsum Yulley Monastery. The river side walks would be add on.

Phobjikha Valley

Phobjikha and Gangtey valley

Witness Gangtey Monastery and explore the stunning glacial valley, winter home to the endangered black-necked cranes.

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