Discover Why You Should Be Getting Military Flight Tickets To Bhutan

Bhutan may not be the first place you think of when considering a vacation. But, if you grab military flight tickets to Bhutan you’ll quickly discover that there’s a lot more to see here than you first realize.

Of course, Bhutan is a Buddhist haven and one of the most expensive destinations in the world. But, by taking advantage of cheap military flight tickets to Bhutan you can be one of the few to visit this place.

It’s worth noting that the $250 a day tourist charge does include a guide, accommodation, all your food, and any other expenses along the way. That actually makes it a better value than many other destinations.

You should also be aware that the most popular time to visit Bhutan is in April, followed by October. Most people stay less than a week and stay close to the main airport. Even though there are limits on the people that arrive here, it can still feel busy!

To make the most of your trip and your discounted military flight tickets to Bhutan you should try this itinerary:

Day 1 – Paro

Be prepared for some hiking as you check out the Bhutanese architecture in Paro, specifically the fort Paro Dzong. You should also visit the National Museum to help understand the culture and the politics of this country.

Within an hour’s worth of medium intensity hiking, you’ll find another fortress, Zuri Dzong and some impressive mountain views.

Day 2 – Head To Thimphu

Day 2 is about the journey, not the destination. You can drive it in 3 hours but it’s better to take it slow and enjoy the sights.

You’ll find a traditional iron bridge from the 15th century which is still in use today, and sturdy enough for you to safely walk on, even though it looks like a rope bridge!

Day 3 – The Capital

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan and you won’t find a single traffic light here! You will find a delightful market where you can purchase an array of Buddhist ritual implements.

It’s also worth checking out the Zorig Chusum and watch students training in the traditional arts of Bhutan, there are 13 different ones to learn.

Day 4 – Stay in the Capital

You have enough time on a seven-day visit to see more of the capital, including the Buddhist monastery Tango Goemba; just an hour’s hike from the main city. If that hasn’t worn you out, head to the Dhrolung Gompa, where you’ll be virtually the only person there.

It’s also worth looking at the weekend market to find some authentic trinkets and food.

Day 5 – Himalayas

You’ll need to drive this section as you head into the Himalayan mountains and check out the Dochu La pass as well as discovering all the facts about Drukpa Kunley, a Bhutan saint that used bad behaviour to teach about the Buddhist doctrine.

Day 6 – Head Back To Paro

It’s approximately a 6-hour drive back to Paro but, again, take it slow and enjoy the stunning countryside, particularly the rhododendron forests. You’ll even pass by some authentic rice fields.

Day 7 – Say Goodbye

Even with your great military flight tickets to Bhutan, it’s unlikely you’ll be returning to this amazing country. Enjoy your last day at the Kyichu Lhakhang temple, dating from the 7th century and hike to the Taktshang Goemba.

Then, exhausted but satisfied you can head home. 

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