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Be prepared for a long uphill walk. Takin - the national animal of Bhutan is there. Some Deers are also there. There is an entrance fee of 150 Bhutan rupees per head. But if you go about 1 Km on the road outside the zoo,...More
located on the thimphu paro road near to dochula pass this is a huge and unexplored forest with variety of flora and fauna.variety of birds,insects,monkeys and animals like leopards,sloth bears,bengal tigers,deers etc are found here.Fores is very big and risky as you have to move...More
Do not know why the tour operators never include this place in their official itinerary as almost all guides make this an extra trip charging a little high.
An hour drive from Thimpu, this place offers you the best of nature.
The beautiful wooden bridge...More
We drove through the park to start a walk to the Chari Monastery. People in Bhutan cherish their environment, they look after their surroundings. There are lots of paths to be walked - you need a guide, it is easy to get lost. Take enough...More
The nature is one of the jewels of the country and here you can take a perfect exemple of it. Choose one of the trekks that are offered in that park and you will see an amazing scenery, rare wildlife and surprising nomads lifestyle.
This is one of the wild life and nature reserve but restricted area and well guarded. If you are planning to take a safari or something like that then not at all recommended. They usually do not allow travelers into it because it is not...More