Bhutan is situated in the Eastern Himalayas in South Asia. It is quite tiny and borders India in the west and Tibet in the North as well as Nepal and China. Despite its small size, Bhutan still manages to attract tourists with its rare and naturally beautiful landscapes. However, the country has a restrictive policy of $250 per person per day, which makes it harder for people to spend more days in the country.
Nevertheless, Bhutan is a great place to visit and explore its rugged countryside, numerous monasteries, and discovering why its people are consistently ranked among the happiest in the world. Looking for the best activities to include on your itinerary? Here’s our list of the Best Things to Do in Bhutan:
Visit Taktsang Monastery
Taktsang Monastery or…