A Complete Guide To Bhutan Wildlife Safari For Your Upcoming Holiday in Bhutan

Who wouldn’t crave for a little seclusion from hectic lifestyle? Well, this holiday season Bhutan tour package ensures a unique opportunity to witness exceedingly rich, diverse, and rare natural heritage of Bhutan. With almost 26% of the total land area in Wildlife Sanctuaries, Nature Reserves, National Parks, and Conservation areas, Bhutan is the nature lovers’ delight. Aka the “Valley of Medicinal Herbs,” the country renders best alternatives to pick wildlife Safaris over the maddening cities and beaches. Bhutan travel packages render complete wildlife safaris that can be combined with fascinating Buddhist culture and jaw-dropping Himalayan scenery.

DAY 1: Jigme Dorji National Park:

Jigme Dorji National Park

 

Covering the area of 4329 sq.km, Jigme Dorji National Park is the largest conserved area in the kingdom. Almost covering the entire region of Gasa district, it conquers the parts of western regions of Paro, Punakha, and Thimphu districts. The park boasts of being the abode to endangered species like Snow leopard, tiger, blue sheep, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, red panda, etc.

DAY 2: Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park:

Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park

Bhutan package brings you Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park, which is the second largest protected area of Bhutan and spreads over an area of 1723sq.km. Formerly recognized as the Black Mountain National Park, it is currently renamed after the fourth monarch of Bhutan. The park is the dwelling place of varied habitats, and vast woodlands.

DAY 3: TrumshingLa National Park:

TrumshingLa National Park

Bhutan tour packages present you to the newest National Park of Bhutan. Located in the central Bhutan, this sprawling vicinity with 768 sq km provided the photographic evidence of the existence of tigers on a high elevation of 3000 meters. Besides, it is famous for its fascinating scenic appeal, dense woods, and lush alpine meadows.

DAY 4: Royal Manas National Park:

Royal-Manas-National-Park

Covering an area of 1023 sq.km, Royal Manas National is the oldest protected area in Bhutan. It was established as early as 1966 and declared as National Park in 1993. It boasts of having more than 362 species of birds. It is the abode to the tiger, rhinos, buffalos, bears, elephants, hispid hare, golden langur, and much more.

DAY 5: Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary:

Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary

Located in the northeastern part of Bhutan, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 1538 sq.km. It guards the dwelling place of snow leopard, blue sheep, tiger, red panda, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, fox, etc. The sanctuary houses 293 species of birds. It is also is the winter home to black-necked cranes that are looking for escapes from the extreme cold plateaus of Tibet.

DAY 6: Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary:

Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary

Dwelled in the eastern region of Bhutan, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary with an area of 650 Sq. km is one of the unusual Sanctuaries as it was created to preserve ‘Yeti’, the hateful Snowman named as ‘Migoi’ by the locals. There are many folklores and urban legends about this creature, but there are no scientific proofs confirming the presence of this mythical creature.

DAY 7: Torsa Strict Nature Reserve:

Torsa Strict Nature Reserve

Spreading over an area of 644sq.km, Torsa Strict Nature Reserve dwells in the considerable distance at the western region in the kingdom. The preserved region spreads over to conquer two Dzongkhags of Haa and Samtse. Bhutan package tour extends a trip to Torsa Strict Nature reserve, which is the only nature reserve in the kingdom that is uninhabited by humans.

DAY 8: Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary:

Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary

Spread over an area of 273 sq. km, Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the south-eastern region of Bhutan. The sanctuary sprawls over covering the Dzongkhag of Samdrup Jongkhar. With an altitude ranging from 400-2,200 meters, it is the smallest of Bhutan’s preserved areas. The sanctuary is an abode to gaur, elephant, and other tropical wildlife that includes rare hispid hare and pygmy hog.

If you fancy the natural view, Bhutan tourism packages extend to guide you to Wildlife safari that will get you up close with an entire host of incredible animals.

The customized tour packages for Bhutan cover the cost and responsibilities for the following:

  1. Receive and Transfer to Airport
  2. Luxury accommodation with twin beds
  3. All 3 Meals every day including evening tea
  4. Luxury car provision for sightseeing & Toyota Bus for Group with Driver
  5. English Speaking Guide
  6. Trip to all the Sightseeing places
  7. Museum Fees
  8. 8. Bhutan Visa
  9. All required Permits and cost
  10. Bottled Mineral Water throughout the trip

So, have a delightful exploration amid the luxuriant nature and wildlife in the Dragon Kingdom.

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