- Visit the four districts of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wangdue in western Bhu¬tan which have places with the most tourist attractions ranging from the historical and the spiritual to all aspects of modernizing Bhutan.
- Visit the famous Taktshang monastery, a monastery considered so sacred that it is, in the Himalayas, the most sought after destination for Buddhist pilgrims.
- Visit Dzongs – gigantic centuries-old structures that once served as castle, for¬tress and temple all rolled into one – at Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wang¬due. Punakha Dzong is an awe-inspiring monument flanked by two rivers while Tashichodzong in Thimphu is the bastion of power, housing the central govern¬ment, office of the King and the headquarters of the clergy.
- See Bhutanese villages enroute, quaint and unlike any in the world, with farm hamlets and farming community set amid terraced rice fields. Visit a farm house to acquaint oneself with a day in the life of Bhutanese farmer.
- See amazing vistas of the Himalayas from mountain passes and a plethora of natural beauty and wildlife along the way.
- Meet the people – take a stroll along the streets in the capital city and get to see Bhutanese from diverse backgrounds.