Bumthang Tourism

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Place Name:
Bumthang

Languages spoken: English, Dzongkha

Area:
38394 square kilometres

Currency:
Ngultrum

Bumthang – Bhutan’s Spiritual Heartland and Nature’s Paradise

Mesmerizing valleys, limitless protected areas and arrays of apple orchards define Bhutan’s Bumthang Valley which is home to Bumthang District and Bumthang Town (also called Jakar). Heart of religious history of the country, Bhutan Bumthang tour offers visits to monasteries, temples, dzongs (fortresses) and historic structures. Taking up a Bumthang tour means visiting the birthplace of many revered saints and experiencing the eternal mysticism that rules the place.

What is a Bumthang Tour Like?

  • Relishing on lavish greenery expanding over miles and complemented by beautiful rivers and lakes during Bhutan Bumthang tour.
  • Visiting sacred religious sites like Membar Tsho Lake, Kurje Monastery, Tamshing Lhakhang, Jambay Lhakhang, Konchogsum Lhakhang, Lhodrak Kharchhu Monastery, Tangbi Goemba and others during Bumthang tour
  • Explore historic structures like Ugyenchholing Palace and Jakar Dzong on Bhutan Bumthang tour.
  • Enjoy the encounter with the sacred black-necked cranes and other exotic species at various protected areas during Bumthang tour.
  • Excursions to the magnificently beautiful Ura Valley and Tang Valley known for picturesque landscapes and breathtaking views of various mountains are a part of Bhutan Bumthang tour.

Bhutan Bumthang tour can be best enjoyed during the months from May to September. Avoid Bumthang tour during winter months when the weather can be unbearably harsh and cold. The place is accessible from Paro (Bhutan’s only international airport) and other important cities using public transport buses and taxis.

How To Reach Bumthang


+ Overview

Place Name:
Bumthang

Languages spoken: English, Dzongkha

Area:
38394 square kilometres

Currency:
Ngultrum

Bumthang – Bhutan’s Spiritual Heartland and Nature’s Paradise

Mesmerizing valleys, limitless protected areas and arrays of apple orchards define Bhutan’s Bumthang Valley which is home to Bumthang District and Bumthang Town (also called Jakar). Heart of religious history of the country, Bhutan Bumthang tour offers visits to monasteries, temples, dzongs (fortresses) and historic structures. Taking up a Bumthang tour means visiting the birthplace of many revered saints and experiencing the eternal mysticism that rules the place.

+ Essential Information

What is a Bumthang Tour Like?

  • Relishing on lavish greenery expanding over miles and complemented by beautiful rivers and lakes during Bhutan Bumthang tour.
  • Visiting sacred religious sites like Membar Tsho Lake, Kurje Monastery, Tamshing Lhakhang, Jambay Lhakhang, Konchogsum Lhakhang, Lhodrak Kharchhu Monastery, Tangbi Goemba and others during Bumthang tour
  • Explore historic structures like Ugyenchholing Palace and Jakar Dzong on Bhutan Bumthang tour.
  • Enjoy the encounter with the sacred black-necked cranes and other exotic species at various protected areas during Bumthang tour.
  • Excursions to the magnificently beautiful Ura Valley and Tang Valley known for picturesque landscapes and breathtaking views of various mountains are a part of Bhutan Bumthang tour.

Bhutan Bumthang tour can be best enjoyed during the months from May to September. Avoid Bumthang tour during winter months when the weather can be unbearably harsh and cold. The place is accessible from Paro (Bhutan’s only international airport) and other important cities using public transport buses and taxis.

+ How To Reach Bumthang

How To Reach Bumthang


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