Top-10 Things to See in Bhutan
A small Himalayan kingdom Bhutan ducked between two big neighboring countries still lives its best of untouched pristine nature, alluring century-old dzongs and many more you can find as you travel. Here are the list to remember:
Top-10 things to See in Bhutan when you are at Paro & Thimphu
1. Hike To Paro Taktsang Monestry popularly known as "Tigers Nest Monastery"
2. Paro Taa Dzong (watch tower converted into National Museum)
3. Tamchog Lhakhang (privately owned Monastery) & Iron Bridge
4. Buddha Dordenma at Kunselphodrang
5. Thimphu Memorial Stupa
6. Bhutan National Library
7. Simtokha Dzong
8. Tashi Chodzong
9. Bhutan Takin Preserve
10. Bhutan Centenary Farmers Market
Indian, Bangladesh nationals don't require Visa to enter Bhutan but all other tourists must obtain a visa before traveling to Bhutan. Visa's are processed through an online by licensed Bhutan tour operators directly or by a foreign travel agent partners.
You are required to send the photo page of your passport to a Licensed Bhutanese tour operator who will then apply for your visa. The visa will be processed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan once the full tour payment fo your holiday including your once time visa fee of $40/person has been wire transferred and received in Tourism Council of Bhutan account. Once received your transfer receipt to us, your visa clearance will be processed in less than 5 days excluding working days or depends with a government holiday in Bhutan.
At the point of your entry, you are required to show your visa clearance whereby they will get your passport stamp for entry into the Happiness Kingdom Bhutan.
You can easily book shorter tour packages in Bhutan like Splendour of Bhutan 4 Days Tour Package or 6 Days Bhutan Tour Package, or even longer tour packages in Bhutan offered by reputable licenced local tour operators at TripsPoint - this is the best way to book your tours from local people instead of taking very standard packages advertized by big International tour operators that usually don't contribute nothing to the local people and communities! In exchange you are getting new friends and really amazing experiences in Bhutan.