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Places to visit in Bhutan

With tons of monasteries and Buddhist sacred sites, Bhutan is a haven to explore Buddhism and spirituality. From understanding different schools of Buddhism to opening your senses to compassion and peace of mind, the impact that Bhutan can leave you with when you get back home is phenomenal. The more you learn about the Buddha and his teachings, the clearer your thoughts process becomes. Also, with the number of monasteries you will get to visit in Bhutan and the monks you will talk to on your way will give you a glimpse of what peace of mind feels like. 

Apart from monasteries, Bhutan is also for the adventurous souls out there who want to indulge in some river rafting activities or explore the higher altitude mountains of the eastern Himalayas through treks and hikes. For the more intellectuals, the history, heritage and culture of the place will enlighten you with newer aspects and facets of life. The rich flora and fauna of Bhutan also deserve an appreciation, where everything that you see here connects directly to your travel spirit and touches your soul that rarely happens in any other country. When here, don’t forget to visit our top recommendations. Plan a trip and don’t forget to get yourself the Best Travel Insurance for Asia at Thomas Cook.

Royal Manas National Park

An extension of its Indian counterpart, the Royal Manas National Park is a nature reserve and a wildlife park that is home to over thousands of species of flora and fauna, including diverse indigenous species. The park was very recently opened to publicand it shares its boundary with the Manas National Park in Assam, India. It is a protected area and houses several endangered species from around the world. Besides, it is also one of Bhutan&rsquo


Why you should attend this event

This is perhaps one of the biggest and grandest festivals celebrated in Bhutan. Locals in their new attires visit the capital for the festivities and head to the fortress, where stages for dancing are set up and people perform their traditional dances and customs. It happens during the month of September.


Who should visit?

If you love to study diverse cultures and public gathering and festivi


RinpungDzong, or the RinchenPungDzong in Paro literally translates to a fortress that is constructed on a heap of jewels. The place is known for its surreal architecture and location on the cliffside. It has made it to Bhutan’s list of tentative UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is home to the government and monastic bodies. Constructed in the 16th century, the place is flocked by tourists for its chapels and construction. Though most chapels in the dzongare r

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