https://hvimages.com/cdn-cgi/image/width=1600/http://hostedvillas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/bhutan-archery.jpegArcheryBhutan's national sport is a must-see while visiting - the country is filled with festivals and tournaments dedicated to the sport and it serves as the perfect opportunity to get to know the locals and their daily life.
https://hvimages.com/cdn-cgi/image/width=1600/http://hostedvillas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Paro-Taktsang-1-scaled.jpgParo TaktsangAlso known as the “Tiger’s Nest”, this monastery is built 900 metres above the Paro valley, onto the side of a steep cliff. The climb is challenging but the vistas are rewarding.
https://hvimages.com/cdn-cgi/image/width=1600/http://hostedvillas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/nils-leonhardt-rCnHOzY-Ji8-unsplash-scaled.jpgPunakha DzongYou’ll find dzongs all over Bhutan (a fortress meets monastery) but the Punahkha Dzong is the country’s second largest, originally built to defend against Tibetan invasions. It served as Bhutan’s seat of government up until 1955 but now opens its doors to tourists to explore one of the countries most majestic structures.