Bhutan often revered as the "land of the Peaceful Dragon" regarded as one of the last Shangri-La in the Himalayan region because of its remoteness, its spectacular mountain terrain, varied flora and fauna and its unique ancient Buddhist monasteries. It is one of the reactively unexplored pockets of Asia which allow only limited number of discerning travelers to enter the country with a special visa permits.
Bhutan's isolation has resulted in its culture and traditional remaining much the same for many hundreds of years. Our introductory 8 days Western Bhutan Culture tour will be through the stunning beautiful alpine valleys flanked by steep slopes and terraced pastures dotted with temple. The highlight of tour will be visits to Simtokha Dzong within the tiny capital township of Thimpu and the Taktsang Monastery that clings to a sheer 3,000 foot rock face cliffs. Festival (Tscechus) is held in Bhutan throughout the year at different locations. These festivals are celebration of faith, legends, myths and history of Bhutanese in ancients rituals of colorful dance and music. To co-inside a visit to Bhutan during the festive season would be an added bonus and even better way to observe the unique culture.
Bhutan often revered as the "land of the Peaceful Dragon" regarded as one of the last Shangri-La in the Himalayan region because of its remoteness, its spectacular mountain terrain, varied flora and fauna and its unique ancient Buddhist monasteries.
There is very little tourist traffic on the pristine trekking routes in Bhutan. This is primarily a positive offshoot of the Bhutanese government's policy limiting tourists to 5000 a year. Naturally one has a pleasant sensation of breaking fresh ground on treks in Bhutan.
Purely a Buddhist kingdom, Bhutan has the world's greatest concentration of peaks. It is probably the last county on the earth where modernization hasn't devalued social and cultural life. It is easy to appreciate the government of Bhutan’s decision to limit tourism
In addition to places in Par, Thimpu and Punakha, another fascination destination is the sacred valley of Bumthang. This picturesque drive to Bumthang takes you through regions profuse in flora and fauna and several magnificent mountain passes
This is one of the most challenging treks in the world and it demands great physical fitness. The actual number of days of trekking is 23 days with two days halt on the way. It takes you very close to the highest unclimbed mountain in the world 'Gangkar Puensum'.
This route takes one upstream along the Paro Chu and the ancient caravan route to Tibet, Through the Seo Valley deep into the shadows of Mt. Chomolari 7314m, Mt. Jitchu Drake 7000m and over Nele La Pass 4250m into Lingshi Valley. The inhabitants of these
Bhutan, the land of thunder dragon is one of the few unexplored tourist destinations in the world. It has been famous for its pristine environment and rich biodiversity. Buddhism is entrenched in every aspect of Bhutanese life. The Bhutanese call themselves Drukpas.
This tour in Bhutan holds the promise of a deep and refreshing communion with nature in its varying beauty. The varieties of flora include Junipers, Blue Poppy, Rhododendron, Magnolias, Orchids, Daphne, Gentians, etc. There are over 500 species of birds
This wonderful tour is specially designed for the travelers with a longer holiday programs. It is also set for those having a desire for a deeper insight into Bhutanese culture. This tour takes you from the gentle valleys of the west to the rugged east.
This trek provides unique experience to the trekkers. It is an easy and moderate trek. The best season to make this trek is March, April, May, September, October and November. This short trek is ideal for average walkers as the altitude does not go over
It is one of the short treks operated in Bhutan. It is one of the popular treks of the land of thunder dragon. Although it is a short trek it reaches a high altitude. The total trekking duration is only six days. No doubt, this trek provides unique experience to the visitors.
Trekking and touring in Bhutan is a wonderful experience for those who enjoy rich natural habitats, indigenous people and their culture. It offers diverse opportunities for trekking and tours with its splendid scenic beauty, majestic mountains and deep gorges and valleys less affected by the effect of modernization.