Druk Path Trek is one of the popular short treks to the hidden gem of Bhutan. This 7 days druk path trek will take you through the green forest, monasteries, high mountains, and the Buddhist lifestyle.
Distinct from the whole world, Bhutan is a heavenly paradise for travelers. Trip to Bhutan takes you to a land far from foreign influence and near to natural magnificence. Embark into a journey to a tiny Himalayan kingdom that has preserved ancient Buddhist culture and tradition to date.
Bhutan is a landlocked South Asian country that resides between China and India. The area of Bhutan expands to 38,394 sq.km. King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck has been the monarch of Bhutan since 2008. Bhutan has a population of around 800,000. Bhutan is the second smallest country in South Asia. Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan, which is the most modern city in Bhutan.
Bhutan, also known as the forbidden kingdom, cut off themselves from the entire world for many years. This Buddhist nation isolated themselves from modernization and resisted modern digital technologies for decades. If these facts are not enough to surprise you then there are many more.
Bhutan is one of the most mysterious countries in the world. Here are some amusing facts about Bhutan that lure travelers to visit Bhutan at least once in their lifetime.
Bhutan has some strict rules and procedures for tourists. It is difficult to obtain a visa for Bhutan. Visas are generally granted for two weeks for a one-time fee of USD 20 per person in Bhutan. For visa extension, you need to pay USD 15 per person to add two additional weeks. A one-time fee of USD 10 per person is also needed to be paid to the tourism development board charged by the government.
It may take up to 30 days to obtain visas so for a hassle-free procedure, contact our travel agency. Send us a clear copy of your passport, our travel agency will apply for a visa on your behalf. On visa approval, we will forward a copy of approval via email.
Carry a copy of the approval and your passport with you. Show them during check-in at the airport and immigrations in Paro. On arrival in Paro, your actual visa will be stamped on your passport.
- Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Tiger’s Nest Monastery)
- Jele Dzong fortress (3,436m)
- Tashichho Dzong, the fortress of Dharma Raja
- National Library of Bhutan
- Unique lifestyle of Buddhist influence