The honeymoon is the time when couples discover themselves in a pure sense. Spending some good time somewhere on earth is the dream of every couple. After the long and hectic schedule of the wedding, couples like to relax in a peaceful manner meeting their requirements. Though the whole world is undoubtedly beautiful you need to choose that one place which will be best for your honeymoon.
Listen to your heartbeat in a heavenly ambiance
If you are still confused about selecting the best destination then Bhutan should be your choice. Bhutan will surely make you feel better by emerging into the wide range of romantic locations. Normally, crowded streets, noisy restaurant, beach-side resort, and candlelight dinner are so common that you can’t feel anything special. But Bhutan will take you into another world where you can fall in love one more time by making your honeymoon remarkable.
Get into some reasons why Bhutan is the best destination for honeymoon
The unique combination of culture and beauty
The mesmerizing beauty of Bhutan is known to everyone but few people know about their dedication towards maintaining the culture. The traditional style of architecture, monasteries, cuisines, and attire will give you a chance to flow with time. With a population under one million, the country gives you the space to walk into the lap of nature by holding the hand of your honey. The government of Bhutan controls the flow of visitors by admitting a certain amount of foreigners in each year which gives you less crowded streets. Majority of the population follow Buddhism and spreads no violence which gives you a peaceful stay over there.
Unlimited fun within a fixed budget
The honeymoon is all about fun, love and doing crazy things instead of thinking about the limits. Bhutan gives you some of the best locations for sightseeing, delicious food, and a friendly tour guide are all these in a fixed budget. Yes, you heard it right. Their intention is towards Gross National Happiness which spread happiness to the citizens as well as to the visitors. By paying $250 per day you can avail every necessary thing needed for you and your belongings (lodging, food, and transport). Though, there are no such charges for Indian national. By sticking to your budget you can feel the excitement of exploring new things with a lifetime experience.
Luxury and necessity both goes hand to hand depending on the situations. Bhutan will allow you to experience something bigger by facilitating some of the best accommodations. Uma by COMO, Amankora, Taj Tashi and Zhiwa Ling will give the space to feel special with their hospitality. From architecture to food everything takes you into their culture by maintaining the comfort zone. The honeymoon will be more exciting and memorable when you satisfy every desire of your beloved and by staying in such prestigious lodge resorts you can make your dream come true. Facilities like soothing spa and wellness treatments along with top class services they promise to assure you the best feeling.
Experiencing hidden treasure
The treasure is about nature and its importance in this country which is an example for the rest of the world. Bhutan is the first organic country in the world and 71 % of the country is covered by forest. You can’t find any traffic lights on the streets of Bhutan even in the capital city, Thimphu because no one is in a hurry and manages the traffic so cool. All such achievements make this country unique and somehow the best place to enjoy your honeymoon. Paro valley, Thimphu, Trongsa, Bhumthang and Gangtey are places you must visit during your stay in Bhutan followed by Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro, Chimi Lhakhang temple in Punakha district, Punakha Dzong. Visiting such destinations is ideal for any couple who prefer to make their honeymoon the best one.
Festivals to get into the culture
You must be lucky if you are in Bhutan during their festivals because it takes you into their culture. You can engage yourself in different activities that make you feel better. Thimphu Tshechu is celebrated in the month of September and Paro Tshechu in the month of March to honor Guru Rimpoche. People dress up in vibrant costumes with masks depicting the ancient stories about good and evil. Jambay Lhakhang Drup is celebrated in the month of October where the dancers wear mask and dance naked on the middle of the road. They believe that such a practice will bless the infertile women with children and happiness. Whereas Punakha Drubchen is celebrated in the month of February to give a tribute to the warriors that fought the battle against the Tibetan army. Haa Summer Festival in the month of July starts with playing local sports, signing local folks and enjoying local cuisines which are something that can boost your honeymoon with lots of fun.