This intimate glance at the unfamiliar, infrequently viewed regions of Bhutan begins at Paro. After Paro we move along the quiet road to the capital, a place bordered with glorious vistas of verdant hills.
After a look around Bhutan’s magical capital and the surrounding Dzongs in Punakha, you will return to Paro to witness the stunning, festival or Tsechu.
Unknown to most visitors, Bhutan’s Phobjika Valley, a less visited place, dazzles with its vast tranquil scenery, lively little hamlets, and houses decorated with traditional motifs.
Bhutan’s most popular trek offers spectacular views of the 7314m-high Jomolhari from a high camp at Jangothang. It crosses a high pass and visits the remote village of Lingzhi, then crosses another high pass before making its way to towards Thimphu.