3 Things we did in Bhutan | Adventure Activity Trails


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Bhutan, the tiny country is perched high on the Himalayas. It is the world’s last remaining Buddhist kingdom. It is also the world’s largest carbon negative country. And also why it is one of the main reasons to name Bhutan as the land of “Last Shangri-La”!
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From trekking in the Himalayas to river rafting, Bhutan has endless amounts of adventure activities. But if you’re lucky enough to visit Bhutan, then there are many things to do in Bhutan!
1. The much awaited Tiger’s Nest:

It is one of Bhutan’s iconic landmarks and its image is liked most by the country. It is a two hours’ hike up to the monastery. On the way, you can even take a small tea break. And make sure to wear comfortable shoes here!
Opening hours:
8 am-1 pm and 2 pm-5 pm
Duration of the tour: 2-3hrs
Best time to visit: March to May
September to November
2. A thrilling wildlife safari :

Do not miss exploring wildlife safari on your holidays to Bhutan! This country has a rich variety of flora and fauna. It also has many forested areas and a high number of national parks to get the chance of meeting some rare creatures of Bhutan.
The forests of Mo Chhu River, hills and mountains of Bhutan
Best time to visit: April to June
September to November
3. Flow along the water with River Rafting:

It is a thrilling water sport which excites all the adventure junkies. However, rafting in Bhutan will offer you a new experience. Apart from racing with thrill, gliding down the gurgling water is more fun to experience.
Po Chu River, Mo Chu River
Price: INR 8,000-8,500 per person
Best time to visit: March to May
October to November
Recent adventure trip of Mr. Dharmendra in Punakha!!




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