Attend the Paro Tshechu

That time of the year is here. The most exciting time in Paro around April first sees the best and most happy faces. The reason is the beginning of the vibrant Paro Tshechu that is celebrated at the 10th day of second month of the lunar calendar. This 5-day long festival is filled with energy, radiance and positivity in the atmosphere. With the jingles and cheers of the spiritual aura of the hills, landscapes and literally everything present there, you are ought to take a lot back with you from the Paro Tshechu. Witness the religious and spirited festivals with …

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Why do you need a tour Package for Travelling to Bhutan?

Are you planning a trip to the happiest country? In this tech-smart world, where you find all the information online, why would you need a travel agent planning a tour package for you? However, on reaching a very new destination, you might confront a few things that the internet did not tell you. Tour packages by the best travel agents are more like the local guides and design their itineraries accordingly. They provide all the necessary information. The Bhutan tour package from Siliguri by one of the best tour operator covers all the inclusions and best places to go. Benefits …

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Speed Up Your Travel Plans With Car Rental Services in Bhutan

The quality of your mode of transport in a way determines the experiences that you derive from travelling to a place. Bhutan’s landscape highly requires a good mode of transport which can help you feel relaxed and also enjoy your vacation mode. The car rental service in Bhutan is quite efficient as to give the travelers the best experiences while on a journey. Since Bhutan is landlocked country, the most common source of conveyance is the private vehicles that people hire during a trip. If you are planning to go for a trip to Bhutan, make sure you choose the …

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How Much Does a Trip to Bhutan Cost from India?

Bhutan is a landlocked country amidst all the beautiful flora and fauna that is the most attractive factor about this place. Travelling to Bhutan is comparatively less expensive than other countries as it is a developing country. Bhutan travel packages offer a wide variety of deals to travellers all across the globe. This enhances the growth of the tourism sector for this country. For travellers from India, however, visiting Bhutan is not that difficult as the communication and transport system is very well equipped for these routes. Here are few insights about the budget trips to Bhutan For a budget …

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Places near Phuentsholing to visit in a weekend

Bhutan is among the most beautiful and peace-loving countries in this world. However small in size, it seems like the size does not quite matter to the ones who have a weakness towards natural beauty and humble culture. Many a time’s people revisit this country just for the hospitality that the country offers through its citizens. The entry point to this country is very close to the northern part of West Bengal, the place is called Alipurduar. It is around 4 hours far from the yet another busy town of North Bengal, Siliguri. Travel agents from Siliguri as well as …

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Tips to Save on Your Honeymoon Budget

Honeymoon is slightly different from other tips as it is connected with emotion and a whole lot of expectations coming from a newly married couple. Honeymoon is the time when a couple celebrates their marriage with a bang. Setting and dealing with the budget is sometimes a problem faced by the couples who wish to make their honeymoon memorable and tries to turn it into an unforgettable experience.  Even many couples drop out of their honeymoon plan due to improper planning and fear of execution. No more worries, we come out with some of the important tips for couples who …

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Thimphu Travel Guide to Help You Witness the True Beauty of the City

Bhutan is one of the most mysterious countries in the world that welcome both modern and traditional culture. The capital city of Bhutan is considered to be the best place to know more about the people and their places. Thimphu is the city without any traffic lights because Bhutanese hated it and policemen control the jam by making the roads away from traffic congestion. Apart from the traffic signal, this city offers you so many places to visit and things to do.  Monasteries, temples, dzongs, food and many other options bring happiness to your life by visiting the land of …

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Major Things to Explore with Bhutan Tour Packages

Bhutan is a small country located in the southern slopes of Eastern Himalayas that set many examples for the rest of the world to take initiative towards the environment and implementing ideas to protect nature and its surroundings. Bhutan is the first country in the world that is considered to be carbon negative by planting more trees every year and imposed a complete ban on tobacco and plastic bags. This country maintains a unique balance over the tradition and modern vibes which makes it different from others. Every year a huge number of tourists visit Bhutan to explore its culture …

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The Best 10 Restaurants in Punakha

Punakha was earlier the capital of Bhutan and known for its cultural and traditional values where you can witness Dzongs, temples, rivers, and monasteries but here we come with the best 10 restaurants in Punakha that make your Bhutan tour special and memorable. Punakha is considered to be a remote place in modern Bhutan but this district is counted as one of the biggest rice producers in Bhutan. Normally, Bhutanese like to eat red rice but here most of the restaurants offer white rice with delicious cuisines that make you delighted and satisfied from inside. You have to experience good …

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Top 9 Charming Places to Visit in Phuentsholing

If you are ready with your travel plans and choose Bhutan as the destination for your winter holidays then you must know about Phuentsholing which is considered as the ‘Gateway to Bhutan’. Traveling to Bhutan is only possible by entering Phuentsholing if you choose the roadway to reach Bhutan. This small town in Bhutan is not usually counted as the major tourist place but still, there are so many charming places to visit in Phuentsholing that make you feel happy while moving around the town. Phuentsholing is also known for the Immigration Office from where the permit is issued for …

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