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You can visit the vast number of temples, monasteries and fortresses throughout the country.
There are a number of beautiful short hikes which can take anywhere from 30minutes to a few hours.
If you are a nature lover then going for a trek will be a wonderful option. Treks in Bhutan are varying, from easy to extremely difficult, from 2 days to a month long. Almost all the treks will take you up to at least 4000m.
Organise a conference in Bhutan amidst the untouched natural surroundings for an experience like nowhere else in the world.
Try and spend at least 1 night with a local Bhutanese family to experience the lifestyle at its closest and best.
Reflect upon life and it’s meanings in the tranquil setting of the Himalayan Kingdom, either with a teacher or by you.
Hire a mountain bike and ride along the suburbs of the city or from one district to another if one’s feeling more adventurous.
Ride along the meandering mountainous roads and enjoy the scenic views on Royal Enfield as the cool crisp wind blows against you.
This is for ones who don’t like to be chauffeured around and likes a bit of an adventure. There are no 4WD routes but some stretches can feel like one
Enjoy rafting/ kayaking on the pristine rivers of Bhutan. You can do it for a couple of hours for experience or go for a week long rafting trip and camp along the river side.
Catch-and-release fishing can be fun and exhilarating. Trouts and mashers are quite common in Bhutanese rivers.
Bhutan is very diverse in flora and fauna as the country is mountainous and altitude range is huge, starting at a few hundred metres in the south to more than 7500m to the North.
Similar to flora, there are more than 700 different species of birds in Bhutan making it one of the most diverse regions in such a small area.
Experience and learn the art of Bhutanese cooking
Try a hand at farming for a day or two with the local farmers. Many traditional techniques are still used today. Depending on the season, you can try your hand at different things like harvesting potatoes to transplanting paddy to plucking apples.
Visit a school, regular or special needs and feel the warmth of the innocent children as you interact with them.
Engage in an activity that promotes Bhutan’s unique philosophy of Gross National Happiness by either planting trees or participating in a community activity in rural areas.