A tourist attraction is a place of interest where tourists visit, typically for its inherent or exhibited natural or cultural value, historical significance, natural or built beauty, offering leisure, adventure and amusement.
We have stated the most interesting and memorable Points of Interests of Bhutan. Therefore based on your interest you are most welcome to contact us, so that we can strive to make your trip more valuable and a memory of a lifetime!
While we mostly focus on the general Points of Interest to popular touristic destinations for convenience reasons, we also offer customized activities for guests who are keener on doing things to gain hands-on-experience, beyond the scope of the general itinerary.SPECIALIZED TOURS
"Reveal Bhutan" offers you the specialized tours made for the discerning travelers with a desire to combine their experience of Bhutan with a personal adventure, interest or pilgrimage. Bhutan provides the perfect destination for a whole host of unique tour options as following;Bird Watching Tour
Bhutan boasts of more than 800 species of birds, some of which are very rare and in the globally endangered lists. This makes Bhutan a veritable haven for bird watching in the pristine forests. Enjoy the festivities of the unique birds of Bhutan. The trip includes a birding incorporated cultural tour of Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha in the west, as well as the central areas of Trongsa and Bumthang.Photography Tour
Bhutan provides a stunning array of photographic opportunities in its pristine landscapes, sacred and ancient sites, colourful festivals and fascinating people. This ‘Ultimate Bhutan Photography Tour’ provides a tour to the many scenic and panoramic hotspots of the western valleys of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and the central areas of Trongsa and Bumthang.Mountain Biking Tour
Bhutan ‘Bicycle Tour’ offers a fascinating adventure for cycling enthusiasts. Bhutan offers a great diversity of landscapes to ride through, including wide valleys, forests and challenging high mountain passes. This tour also visits significant historical and sacred sites throughout the western valleys of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and the central areas of Trongsa and Bumthang. Bhutan’s version of ‘Tour de France’, called the ‘Tour of the Dragon’ is hugely becoming popular. A cycling race event that spans some 268 km in just one day and crosses 4 mountain passes all over 3000 m, is an annual event and cyclists from all over the world come to participate in this one day race.Rafting Tour Though varying levels of difficulty are involved in the rafting activities in Bhutan owing to seasonal rains and grids, rafting in Bhutan can be enjoyed throughout the year. Given the weather condition and water temperature, the best time to engage in rafting activities is from March to May, and September to November. You can incorporate cultural visit with rafting and opt of a gentle drift in the Punakha Mochu river. For those opting for a greater adrenaline rush, an alternate ride on the Pho chhu river is recommended. Wedding ceremony A traditional Bhutanese wedding includes a number of religious rites performed by Buddhist monks and lamas as well as a range of optional elaborate local features such as fertility blessing and masked dances. It also includes traditional elements such as khaddar exchange. A khaddar is a silken scarf that is often offered by the well- wisher as token of love, happiness, and prosperity. This feature tour takes our visitors for a religious marriage Ceremony to the 15th Chime Lhakhang, a temple attributed to the Divine Saint Drukpa kuenley. This temple is perhaps the most popular sanctum in Bhutan where the religious nuptials take place. Alternatively, if our clients prefer a more simple ceremony, more private visits can be arranged in other temples that have been adopted by Reveal Bhutan.