Places of Interests

Places of Interests2017-02-01T07:11:56+00:00

About Bhutan Peyl-Khyeel Holidays

Bhutan Peyl-Kheel Holidays is a travel company licensed by the Tourism Council of Bhutan, an autonomous body which oversees the tourism industry. The company is a member of the Association of Bhutanese Tour Operators. Bhutan [...]


Trashigang is one of the largest districts in the country located at the easternmost part of the map. It borders the northeast Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. With its temperate climate, the district is rich [...]


Mongar district presents a spectacular landscape with stiff cliffs, vertiginous ravines, and dense conifer forests. Known as Zhongar in earlier times, it is one major district of eastern Bhutan. It borders Bumthang, Lhuentse, Pemagatshel, and [...]


This remote district with a population of about 15,000 people is the spiritual home to Bhutan’s beloved kings. Known also as Kurtoe, the district boasts some of the most sacred sites of pilgrimage in the [...]


Historically, Bumthang is the most important district (dzongkhag) in Bhutan. It’s is the cultural heartland of the country, home to some of the most ancient Buddhist sites. The district has four gewogs or administrative blocks: [...]


Trongsa carries the old heartbeat of ancient Bhutan. The district is historically significant and has close connection to the lineage of Bhutan’s kings. This importance is reflected today in the fact that all Kings of [...]

Wangdue Phodrang

Popularly known as the ‘sha’ region, Wangduephodrang stands gateway to several other districts in eastern and southern Bhutan. It is also a multi-lingual district with several ethnic communities. The district’s climate ranges from sub-tropical in the south [...]

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