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Bhutan trekking & tour info

Bhutan lies in the eartern Himalayas , between the indian territories of assam , Tibet to the north and western Bengal, to the south and east and Sikkim to the west. Bhutan is a ssmall country has a total areas of Bhutan 47,00 square KM. Bhutan is located in the heart of the high Himalayas ranges ,even Bhutan is a land-locked country like Nepal surrounded by Himalayas, bounded to the north by the tibetain plateau.bhutan has still remains a hidden kingdom by choice for many years. But today opened doors to travelers , and travelers might enjoy with Bhutan cultural tour , trekking in Bhutan, visit monastery too and small number of people in Bhutan are welcome to explore the kingdom.

 Cultural tour in Bhutan and places :  Bhutan is locally known as Drukyul- land of thunder Dragon. To make your tour in Bhutan, visit to old forts , palaces , monasteries , farm house and national museum sightsseing of taktsang, satsam chorten, memorial chorten , national library , handicrafts emporia and taschchho Dzong even aslo drive to punakha , across the Dochula Pass are main visiting place in Bhutan.

 How to get  or go to Bhutan ?

Druk air fly every Monday and Thursday between kathmandu and paro-cost for one way trip is USD 190 per person and USD 380 forround trips. The national airline of Bhutan Druk air operates with connected from Calcutta , delhi , Bangkok and Dhaka. You may also enter and exit Bhutan by overland transportation, stop route in Sikkim and Darjeeling ( india). Please note that air fare schedules and cost are subject to change.

Bhutan weather , when is best time to , tour in Bhutan and Trekking bhutan

If you thinking of to visit Bhutan any time of the year you can. There is no such a appropriate season. Which is bhutan’s climate warm and temperate never end festivals and rich abundant heritages site provides visitor with a wide of experiences. Bhutan has fours differents season but tis depending on the elevation.

 Spring season in Bhutan march , april and may

Spring season is considered the most beautiful season of the year. This season is the time when the the valleys are green with fresh vegetation and fruit trees are blossoming. So at this time of year you can do tour , trekking in Bhutan.

 Autumn season in Bhutan September , October and November

This season is lovely with clear and crisp blue sky and providing a grand views of some of the tallest unclimbed Himalayas in the world. This Autumn season is best season for trekking and traveling in Bhutan. climate is cool and temperate and can take beautiful photography opportunities.

 Monsoon season in Bhutan june , july and august

With monsoon season in Bhutan , during these months , Bhutan receives rainfall than any others region in the Himalayas. Beautiful glorious sky and warm weather is a pleasant season to travel to places of cultural and historic though this season is not the best time for trekking in Bhutan.

Winter season in Bhutan December , January and February

This season is sunny and cool and agreeable to say the least.. much of the east and west highway remain snowbound at this season. But this is the best time to tour the western part of PARO, THUMPU and  PUNAKHA also HAA.


Bhutan may have been inhabited as early as 2,000 B.C.E. but little is known about its early history. The first official record of inhabitants appears in the 9th century when Tibetan monks fled to Bhutan.

The Drukpa Kagyupa School, a branch of Buddhism, was established in the 12th century, which established the principal branch of Buddhism in Bhutan today. Since the 17th century, the traditional name of Bhutan has been Drukyul, Land of the Drukpa (Dragon People).

In 1616, after three Tibetan invasions and conflicts with rival religious groups, Ngawana Namgyal, a lama from Tibet, established a new system of law and made himself the ruler of the country. He named his position the shabdrung. After Namgyal’s death however, the power of the shabdrung declined and civil wars were frequent until the late 19th century.

In 1885, instability in Bhutan ended when Ugyen Wangchuck took power and was able to unite the country and form ties with the British in India. Wangchuck was elected as the first king of Bhutan in 1907 and was officially crowned on December 17, 1907. In 1910, he signed the Treaty of Punakha with the British to ensure that the British in India would not interfere with Bhutan’s internal affairs as long as it maintained peaceful external relations with its neighboring countries.

Ugyen Wangchuck died in 1926 and his son, Jigme Wangchuck, became the next king of Bhutan. Because of the Treaty of Punakha and other actions by King Ugyen, Bhutan was able to maintain peaceful relations with neighboring countries during King Jigme’s rule as well. India and Bhutan signed the Treaty of Friendship in 1949 which said that Bhutan would have complete control over its internal affairs but would be guided by India in foreign policy.


When is best season or time to visit Bhutan ?

 To travel Bhutan , March, april , may, October and November is really busiest season to travel to Bhutan.Beacase the weather is the best in spring and autumn even Himalayas views are best in autumn also colourful season at spring rhododendron bloom peak in march and april. We exguides would like to recommended at this season to travel for tour in Bhutan or trekking in Bhutan or any activities like cultural tour. But busy season you will encounter with many tourist during trekking and touring Bhutan with popular places.

 Also December, January and February is mid season because , the weather is still good for views but its really cold December and January.also but if looking for not busy season while travel Bhutan this season would options for you.

 Low season june , july and august this is the time for monsoon season in Bhutan even leeches put an end to most of trekking in Bhutan. And high elevation flowers are at their peak blooming season.

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