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Western Bhutan

The six districts - Thimphu, Paro, Haa, Wangdue Phodrang, Punakha and Gasa forms the western part of Bhutan. The predominant ethnic group in Western Bhutan is Ngalops. They are generally followers of the Kagyu tradition of Buddhism. They tend to be taller than people in other parts of the country. A distinctive feature of Western Bhutan is that the cities and towns are built besides rivers in wide valleys. Tourism Council of Bhutan has classified new ways of exploring the existing great sights in this part of the country. In this part one may attend the summer festival of Haa and delve into the wonders of a living culture. The festival highlights Shamanic rituals and other folk dances.

Appreciate the beauty of the rare Himalayan flowers in bloom or indulge in a daring trek to Nob Tsonapatra that is full of interesting legends. In Thimphu you may witness the newly introduced Takin Festival, Balloning, Hand Gliding, MICE & GNH conferences, meditation and wellness facilities. You may visit temples, dzongs (fortresses) and museums or attend a festival where textiles come to life. Festivals abound throughout the year and you can take trips customized in accordance. Punakha festival marvels you with the historical depiction of medieval warriors who defended Bhutan with swords and shields. Experience the plantation of rice in early summer or the harvests of the same in autumn. It's a photographers' pleasure to have the opportunity to capture the golden hue of ripening rice fields in autumn. How can we forget the museums - Paro museum (Tadzong), reveals the history, cultural, and in Thimphu, let the Folk Heritage museum stirs you up you with farmers' livelihood.

Destinations in Western Bhutan


On the trails of discovery Gasa the northern most district of the country adjoins the districts of Punakha, Thimphu and Wangdue Phodrang and with Tibet to its north. This starkly beautiful region... (more...)


the valley of the Guardian spirit The ancestral home of the Royal Grandmother and the Dorji family, the Haa district is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque of the districts in the country. ... (more...)


The valley of unsurpassing beauty Paro’s cultural bonanza The cultural highlights of Paro resemble so much the intricate and beautiful textiles worn by the people during the valley’s annual festival... (more...)


The ethereal ancient capital Punakha has been inextricably linked to some of the most momentous events in the Bhutanese history and deserves its reputation as one of the most beautiful and significant... (more...)


Cruising the capital’s cultural core Thimphu, situated at an altitude of 2400m, is the centre of government, religion and commerce. The capital has an interesting combination of tradition and... (more...)

Wangdue Phodrang

The Land of Ornamental Speech or lozeys Wangdue Phodrang is an important gateway to the far flung districts of Eastern Bhutan. The dzong perched on a ridge overlooking the Punatsangchu ... (more...)

Traveller's Reviews

  • We are having a fantastic time. It is the vacation of our lives. The planning, places, accommodations and people are superb. We know you work very hard to make dream vacations come true and it is appreciated. We are in Paro Hotel and what a rare treat. This place is fabulous. No one could have planned a better vacation.

    Vancouver, Canada
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