Bhutan is exciting country with many fascinating places to travel and to discover. This guide to Bhutan is our own humble effort to map the Bhutan's sights and give you and idea where to go and what to do there. This is continuing effort and we still keep extending the contents of this section.
Dzonghags (districts) of Bhutan
Haa was open for tourism only in 2002 and even though it's quite near to Paro, it's still rarely visited. There is huge Indian military base in the valley. You can visit the White and Black... ➚ Read more
Paro is bustling small town and district. The only international airport is located here as well as the number of famous monuments including the must-see Taktsang Gompa (Tiger's Nest). It is also... ➚ Read more
Thimphu is capital of Bhutan, now consisting of more than one hundred thousand people. It's most modern and developed town in the country. The king and government rules Bhutan from here.
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Wangdue or Wangdue Phodrang is subtropical district south to Punakha. It's important junction for travel to central and southern Bhutan. It's main attraction is famous fertility Chimmy Lhakhang... ➚ Read more
Pleasant subtropical valley of Punakha used to be winter seat of the Bhutan rulers until 1970's. Punakha Dzong belongs to most beautiful castles in Bhutan. Mo chu and Po chu rivers which... ➚ Read more
Strategically and historically significant district is the cultural border of western and central-eastern Bhutan. Royal family of Bhutan had risen from here at the end of 19th century. Trongsa... ➚ Read more