The second largest park in Bhutan

Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park

The park is a corridor between Bhutan’s northern and southern Royal Bengal Tiger population; it’s eastern side is home to approximately 20% of Bhutan’s tiger population.

The second largest park in Bhutan

Covering an area of 1,300 sq km. and stretches from the broadleaf forests to the ice peaks, Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park’s (JSWNP) wide range of altitude and rainfall means a varying range of climatic conditions and an extensive range of vegetation which supports many endangered plants and wildlife. JSWNP is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, trekkers and artists alike.

Birdwatching

JSWNP is home to over 390 bird species – seven being among the world’s most endangered species, with the benefits from the wetlands of the Phobjikha Valley not only acting as a buffer zone, but providing essential habitat for several hundred Black-neck Cranes who over-winter there.

Experiences

JSWNP is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, birdiers, trekkers and artists alike.

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Our Accommodation Ratings

Opulent: Exceptional, unashamedly the best of sheer luxury. (£££££)

Luxury: Outstanding levels of 5* comfort, hospitality and facilities. (££££)

Premium: Excellent levels of comfort and hospitality and a wide range of facilities. (£££)

Mid-Range: Good levels of comfort and hospitality, with a reasonable range of facilities. (££)

Simple: Clean and simple, no frills. Often in areas of natural beauty or near wildlife reserves. (£)