Bhutan is a country of breathtaking natural beauty and man made cultural treasures that draws large number of tourist from all over the world. Bhutan is the hidden tourist destination that has been comprised of fantastic green valleys, snow capped peaks, cold climate and attractive heritage and culture. Visitors and tourist from different parts of the world can get to find out and enjoy the valleys and temples, Handicraft emporiums, memorial, Chukha Hydel Project and monasteries and also some of the major ones among the tourist places in Bhutan. Check out the following attractions that must not to be missed when you plan a visit to the fantastic Bhutan. Go ahead and fall in love.

Gangtey

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Gangtey is the beautiful glacial valley stands above an enchanting forest at 2900, which mesmerizes you at its best. After climbing up through dense forests dripping with lychen, the wide, open expanse of dwarf bamboo can come as a surprise. The valley boasts two beautiful meandering rivers, Nakay Chhu and Gay Chhu that delights your eyes at its best. This fantastic spot is perched overlooking this beautiful, almost flat valley is the village and monastery of Gangtey. As well as the black-necked cranes that roost here in the winter, there are also barking deer, wild boar, red fox, leopard and Himalayan black bear.

Phuentsholing

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Most tourists entering Bhutan over land enter at the border town of Phuentsholing, from the nearby Indian town of Jaigaon. Places you can see are Kharbandi Gompa, built in 1967 by the Royal Grandmother; the monastery contains paintings on the life of Buddha and statues of Shubdrung Nawang Namgyal and Guru Rinpochey. Spend some serene time here and have a perfect relaxation at its best.

Zuri Dzong Hike

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The peak of the Zuri Dzong Trek is probably the perfect spot to have a bird’s-eye view of the entire Paro valley. The Zuri Dzong is the oldest dzong in Bhutan, and in there lies a cave where Buddha came to meditate in, in the 8th century. This peaceful place allows both Bhutanese and tourists to soak in the tranquil that radiates from the extraordinary view, something one can stare at for hours in wonder and awe. The total journey time to get there will take approximately thirty minutes if one starts from the museum watchtower, and an additional 1 hour to exit out towards Uma. Tourists can expect to sit and relax there, and also remember to catch the amazing side view as you hike through trek.

There are also some of the other places that must not to be missed when you plan a visit to the fantastic Bhutan. Explore all the places and have a blast in your trip.