The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is a unique travel destination with its fiercely protected traditions, customs and way of life. A Bhutanese holiday feels like an escape to Shangri-La – a land of happiness, bliss and harmony. Lying in the lap of Himalayas, this land locked country could never be annexed by any foreign invader. As a result, the culture remained isolated and devoid of any foreign influences.
Presenting the 48-hour itinerary to discover the best sights and top experiences in Thimpu. Indian nationals are required to carry any of the two valid 'Travel Documents' (a) Valid Indian Passport having validity of minimum 6 months; and/or (b) Voter Identity Card, issued by the Election Commission of India. No Visa is required to visit Bhutan. If travelling to Bhutan by road however, Indian nationals need to obtain an 'Entry Permit' on the basis of valid Travel Document from the Immigration Office of Royal Government of Bhutan at Phuentsholing, located on the Indo-Bhutanese border opposite Jaigaon, West Bengal.
Morning: Trek to Changangkha templea