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Luxury Adventure Bhutan Holidays 2018/2019 | Himalayan Footsteps®


Holidays to Bhutan
Bhutan is the land of Thunder Dragon, legendary temples, and hundreds of spices and flavours. This splendid destination evokes green valleys, snow capped peaks, a cold climate, landscapes, colourful festivals and most of all its authenticity.

Himalayan Footsteps® design the most inspiriting luxury escorted tours in Bhutan, here are some of the all-time most popular spots.

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A very charming and attractive capital city nestled in the Himalayas with the magnificent sights on the Chu River flowing through it. Thimpu is a stunning, clean, and small town encircled by high mountains with a river. It is the only city in the world with no traffic lights to explore the colourful weekend markets and quirky shops. The visitor attractions in the city are Tashichho Dzong, National Memorial Chorten, and Motithang Takin Preserve.

Punakha Dzong

The second oldest and second largest Dzong in Bhutan is the Punakha Dzong, this is the most gorgeous and breathtaking spot. Every tourist visits this place mostly to understand the Bhutanese history and to enjoy its very charming natural beauty. Punakha Dzong is a significant region at the heart of Bhutanese culture.

Paro Taktsang

Paro Taktsang is a Buddhist temple complex and one of the holiest places in Bhutan. It is also recognised as Taktsang Monastery. The monastery is mounted on a high granite cliff. It was established in meditation. Paro Taktsang is the heart of Bhutan.

Gangtey Valley

The valley is called Shangri-La of Bhutan. It is one of the most amazing valleys in the Himalayas. This spectacular spot is a protected site to spend winter time. The surprising thing is, it is a wide, flat valley without any trees after the hard climb through dense forests.

Flora Fauna

The biodiversity of Bhutan is rich in flora and fauna. You can say it is a botanist’s glory. The city is a witness of more than 60% of floral species that includes Rhododendrons, Junipers, Magnolias, Carnivorous plants, rare Orchids, Blue poppy, and much more. There are more than 300 medicinal plants found in the Eastern Himalayas.

Let's Go To Bhutan

We are ready to organise tailor-made tours in Bhutan with the best service and support. Our destination is not only a place, we try to find a new way of seeing the world. Himalayan Footsteps has an absolute commitment to creating luxury holidays in Bhutan and personalised trips with great value and brilliant memories.

All are amazing! The other incredible and astonishing tourist spots are Zuri Dzong Hike, Uma Paro Hotel, Phuentsholing, Paro city, Bumthang Valley, Dochu La Pass, Phajoding Temple, Phuentsholing, and much more. The Bhutanese pride theselves on their sustainable approach to tourism. The houses are made with traditional Bhutanese art, culture, and tradition. The architecture of the city is embellished with wooden houses and concrete buildings constructed in traditional Bhutanese style. The country is famous for its food as well. It has red coloured rice and the most important ingredient chillies aren’t just a seasoning.