Travel Viewpoint

The Pros & Cons Of Visiting Bhutan

This tiny Himalayan kingdom seemed to be still in the 18th century. It is untouched by modernity, and Bhutanese prefers to be like that. Traveling to Bhutan will give you altogether a different experience. At the height of 7,218 ft (2,200 meters), you must consider before planning a visit to Bhutan. Most people living at …

And Here’s The Bhutanese Culture

A serene place with holy monasteries, lush valleys, rocky mountains, and pristine rivers holds a lot more than what meets the eye. The Culture of Bhutan fascinates every person who comes across it. And even the better part is the people and the government’s determination to preserve and promote their cultural values. This is why …

Taste The Mouthwatering Meals Of Bhutan

Ema Datshi – Stew made of Chillies and Cheese ‘Datshi’ in the Bhutanese language of Dzongkha means ‘cheese’, which is what they use in several dishes, the most popular being Ema Datshi which is like a stew made from chilies and cheese (‘Ema’ means chilies) and might prove to be too spicy for some. Being …

Wildlife of Bhutan

Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary It is located in the Trashigang District, and hence, is known for housing the easternmost ecosystems and landscapes of Bhutan. It is one of the most popular options for tourists and locals for many reasons! One of these is the eastern blue pine, a typical coniferous evergreen that is a rare find …

Where to Travel in Bhutan

Bhutan, the last Himalayan Kingdom, is a country where you would find happiness prevailing across! Sharing international boundaries with India and China, this dramatic piece of heaven is shrouded by the mystical Himalayas, cuddled with pictorial plains and magical sub-alpine mountains. Amidst all these miraculous beauties, one would find many scenic places to visit in …

Paro Tourism

Paro – A Valley Town In Bhutan

Situated in the lap of the gorgeous Paro valley in Bhutan, Paro is a quaint little town that inherits its name from the canyon itself. Vast expanses of paddy fields, magnificent vistas of Mt. Jhomolhari, and the gorgeous river, Pa Chu, meandering by, no wonder it is a scenic paradise. What adds to the charm …