Looking for best places to visit in March near India? Bhutan has to be your next choice. Framed by China on the north, and Indian states of Sikkim, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh on the east, south and west, the tiny country of Bhutan is dotted with fluttering prayer flags, colourful monasteries, fluffy clouds and snow-capped mountains. The last great Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan is a country where traditional Buddhist culture is carefully embracing global developments.
Bhutan is one country that measures its progress in terms of Gross National Happiness and not Gross Domestic Product. A breathtaking chain of national forests presents lovely forest hikes and stunning bird-watching sites. Trekking around towering peaks or strolling across rhododendron blooms is just one of the many things you can do in Bhutan. And while you are here, don’t forget to gorge on some Bhutanese delicacies, especially that of Ema Datshi, a spicy preparation of chillies, cheese and chhang, the local beer made from rice or millet. Bhutan offers the last pristine pockets of Himalayas, and you cannot miss it. Read all there is to know about Bhutan right here.
See and do: Soak in the serenity permeating the air with haunting sounds from various monasteries; visit the 12th century old Changangkha Lhakhang monastery, one of Bhutan’s many glorious attractions; bike across the hilly pathways; trek through the spectacular Dochula Pass, at an elevation of 3,088m, where 108 stupas stand guard; trek to Paro’s illustrious Tiger’s Nest; explore Bhutan's untouched wilderness as you kayak or raft down the untamed Bhrahamputra; shop at Thimpu's local weekend market and score some authentic handicrafts and organic produce.
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