Royal Botanical Park

Punakha, Bhutan

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Vast biological corridor, rhododendron flowers and free camping
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Description And Features

Royal Botanical Park is the first of its kind in Bhutan which is currently the only carbon negative country in the world which means it absorbs more carbon from the atmosphere than it generates. The park has numerous varieties of deers and horses and is host to abundant plant life in its 120 sq km biological corridor. The rhododendron flowers are a spectacle as you camp in various zones dedicated to the purpose. We recommend reaching here earlier than or by 5 PM as it gets difficult to set up camp in the wild after losing daylight. Distance/Time from Guwahati: 408.4 km / 10 and a half-hour drive


  • Toilet
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Pets
  • Charging Point
  • Drinking Water
  • Barbeque
  • Bonfire
  • Picnic Table
  • Breakfast



Visite nearby places.


More than five cliffs near 10km range.


Swim from the core of your heart.


let's go fishing!

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Visit the Punakha Suspension Bridge

One of the oldest suspension bridges in the world and the second-longest in Bhutan, this bridge has gone under years of renovation. It was built to connect the Samdingkha and Wangkha villages back in the days and holds major architectural and cultural importance in the history of Bhutan.

Visit the Koma Tsachu hot water springs

The Koma Tsachu hot water springs are a one-hour drive away from Punakha, followed by a 2-hour hike. The water spring is located inside the Jigme Dorji National Park. The bathing pools are housed in four different rooms, complete with solar lighting, mats and tents that can be pitched outside. The hot water springs are supposed to have therapeutic value.

Street shopping for souvenirs

On your Bhutan trip, shopping is fun and super interactive. The gorgeous stoles and woollens made in Bhutanese style from material sourced from local sheep are available in little shops and markets everywhere. The city centre in Punakha is where you get all kinds of souvenirs you would want to take back from your Bhutan trip. Dry fruits are particularly famous here, and local artisan work including statues, jewellery and other quirky home decor items are commonly available in Punakha shops.