Western regions are known for its mesmerizing scenery with magnificent mountains and rivers. The west is the region of Bhutan that most tourists prefer. Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan and it is the largest city. The city’s main thoroughfare is lined with shops, restaurants, and public buildings, and the rest of the city comprises apartments, small home, and family-owned stores. Paro is the home of Bhutan’s international airport. Just outside of the town, we can find the famous tiger’s nest hermitage, built on a cliff face. Punakha is the ancient capital of Bhutan. Once you cross the Dochula pass you wind down into a warm fertile valley and meander along a gently flowing aquamarine river that leads you to the Punakha Dzong, the second Dzong to be built in Bhutan.
*Hike to tiger’s nest
*Experience the Bhutanese lifestyle
*Visit ancient fortress, temples, monasteries, museum and handicraft
*Drive towards one of the world’s tallest Buddha statue.
*Explore the unique culture and traditions of Bhutan