Bhutan is an incredible destination to visit, a magical ancient kingdom with beautiful scenery and a fantastic history. Dochula Pass: This pass is popular with holidaymakers as it offers 360-degree panoramic views of the Himalayas. 108 chortens line the mountain road, which takes travellers between Thimpu and Punakha. At the top of the pass, there are not only spectacular views, there is also spiritual solace to be found for tourists and locals alike in the Druk Wangyal Lhakhang Temple.
Trekking is an ultimate adventure activity and the Mountain of Jomolhari will give the best travel experience for endurance travellers. This is the most popular trekking route in Bhutan and as you trek along the emerald forest you will be surrounded by a wide range of beautiful landscapes, fauna and flora. The highlights of this scenic Jomolhari trek are its virgin forest and soaring peaks, you will be passing high pastures where yaks graze and ancient dzongs stand and house red dressed monks that chant prayers. In fact, you can get a spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from the base camp of the same name as well. Surrounded by splendid desolation, Jomolhari trek offers a unique experience traversing the spellbinding beauty of blue poppies and whispering winds, this trek has something or the other for all kind of trekkers.
Druk national carrier of the Royal Government of Bhutan and we will lift you over the mountains in either an Airbus A319 or an ATR 42-500. Our flights come out of nine cities, and we are expanding our hubs to accommodate the growing number of tourists who want to experience this country. We will treat you like royalty, and your flight will be an as much pleasure for you as serving you is a pleasure for us. Come and be our guest as Drukair brings you to a land that time seems to have forgotten but you will never forget. Discover additional info at Druk Air Singapore.
Punakha Dzong is the second largest dzong in Bhutan(The Land of Thunderbolt) and is known for its brilliant structure. Among the best tourist places in Bhutan, the dzong speaks volumes about the beautiful stories and traditions of the Buddhist culture. Do not miss this on your Bhutan sightseeing tour. Punakha is the winter capital of this country and the head clergy of Bhutan spends the winter in this popular Dzong. The Punakha Dzong is situated on the 1,200 meters and on this height no one ever suffers from height sickness or oxygen shortage, so if you are thinking about hiking in Bhutan, then you can aim for the higher place such as Paro Taktsang or tiger’s nest and it’s a very ideal place for beginners. This dzong is considered the most beautiful one in the country and the very first national assembly was held here in 1953. This is the second largest fortress in Bhutan and most popular one as well. To finish the building of this dzong took a year and the most interesting fact is that this building has no usage of nails. Almost every national treasure of the country is kept here, and in here the king of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck got married to the Queen Jetsun Pema in 2011.