Bhutan’s eastern region comprises of Samdrupjongkhar, Pemagtshel, Trashigang, Trashiyangtse, Mongar and Lhuentse. On this scenic journey, you will explore some of the stunning sights of beautiful countryside, unspoilt cultural treasures and famous landmarks. You will be rewarded as this captivating region has much to offer as we travel along the flat plains and famous Assam tea garden, crossing the mighty Brahmaputra River to the rugged east of Bhutan. This region is relatively untouched by modern developments and the traditional way of life is well preserved, offering you an opportunity to experience the real Bhutan and a true wilderness. Tourism facilities can be modest and simple, attesting to the region's remoteness. This journey has an option either to start or end in Guwahati in the Indian state of Assam or fly to Paro International Airport in western Bhutan from Yonphula Domestic Airport in Trashigang.
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