Places to Visit

Bhutan is not an ordinary place. It has one foot in the past and one in the future. It is a country of rolling hills and towering crags, with small patches of cultivation and very little deforestation. Bhutan is often compared to Switzerland, not only because their sizes are similar, but also because many parts of Bhutan are like Swiss Alps, with green hills, houses that look like chalets and snow peaks, sticking out of nowhere.

Bhutan has many surprises and a visit to the country is a splendid adventure. Bhutan is a land replete with myths and legends, and many tales contribute to its reputation of being an impossible place to visit. While certainly isolated and remote, it is not a difficult place to visit and travel to and you do not need special influence or ‘pull’.

Basic understanding of Bhutan’s Buddhism is essential to understanding the Bhutanese. Our description of religion is presented in lay terms, and is not intended as a scholarly treatise. Finally, travel to Bhutan can often be difficult and frustrating. It is always an adventure, because the unexpected continually happens. Other times the surprises are the joy of friendship, understanding or unsurpassed beauty that will bring you back again and again.

Bumthang

Bumthang

Haa

Haa

Paro

Paro

Punakha

Punakha

Thimphu

Thimphu

Trongsa

Trongsa

Wangdue Phodrang

Wangdue Phodrang

Buddhism and Healing

Holy Places

 


Uling Dharma Tours
City Mall, 5th Floor, Chubachu
P.O Box No. 900, Thimphu, Bhutan
Mobile: 975-17612011 / 77612011
Tel: 975-2-339631
E-mail: uling@druknet.bt/ ulingconsult@gmail.com

Mobile Numbers:
Mr. Khaling Karma +975-1761-2011

Office is opened from 9AM till 05PM
Bhutan Time is +6hrs GMT