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What to see in Bhutan

Bumthang

Bumthang is one of the most scenic valleys in Bhutan, with town of Jakar at its centre. More a cluster of villages than a real town, Jakar has a few points of interest that include the Jakar Dzong

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Punakha

Serving as the winter capital of Bhutan, Punakha is only 45 miles (72km) from Thimphu. However, it has a much warmer climate than the latter, allowing for the patchwork of red and white rice fields…

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Taktsang Monastery

Known as the Tiger's Nest and the Taktsang Palphug Monastery, Paro Taktsang is considered one of the holiest places in Bhutan. Located in the Paro Valley, the monastery is perched on a cliff 2,950…

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Trongsa

The geographic centre of Bhutan, Trongsa is a historical village built around a monastery that was established in 1543. Small enough to easily explore on foot, Trongsa's main attractions include the…

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After completing his bachelor's degree, Kinlay Dorji started to pursue his lifelong  passion and desire to work in the Bhutanese tourism industry. Bhutan Geo Visits was born from this dream, and Kinlay and his passionate, committed team have been guiding visitors through the enchanted delights of 'The Last Shangrila' ever since.

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