Enjoy the nature of Bhutan

Enjoy the nature of Bhutan

Duration :   3 Days
Price From :    35,000.00
Max People :    20
Start Location:   India
Age Range :   15 - 60
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A tour of Bhutan promises an enchanting journey through a Himalayan kingdom known for its stunning landscapes, rich culture, and unique way of life. Here’s a brief overview of what you can expect on a Bhutan tour:

**1. Natural Beauty:** Bhutan is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, including lush green valleys, snow-capped mountains, pristine rivers, and dense forests. The country’s commitment to preserving its environment and culture makes it an eco-friendly and visually stunning destination.

**2. Monastery and Temple Visits:** Bhutan is dotted with ancient monasteries and temples, each with its own unique architecture and spiritual significance. Paro Taktsang, also known as the “Tiger’s Nest Monastery,” is one of the most iconic and awe-inspiring sites, perched on the edge of a cliff.

**3. Festivals:** Bhutanese festivals, known as “Tsechus,” are vibrant and colorful celebrations that provide a glimpse into the country’s rich cultural heritage. The festivals feature traditional dances, mask performances, and religious rituals.

**4. Thimphu:** Bhutan’s capital city, Thimphu, is a blend of modernity and tradition. You can explore its lively markets, visit the grand Tashichho Dzong (fortress-monastery), and admire the giant Buddha Dordenma statue overlooking the city.

**5. Paro:** Paro is a charming town known for its historical buildings, including the Rinpung Dzong and the National Museum of Bhutan. The town is surrounded by stunning natural beauty, making it a perfect base for hiking and exploration.

**6. Unique Architecture:** Bhutan’s architecture is distinct, characterized by intricately carved wooden buildings and colorful paintings. The architecture reflects the country’s deep-rooted Buddhist traditions.

**7. Bhutanese Cuisine:** Try Bhutanese cuisine, which often includes spicy dishes made with chilies and cheese. Ema datshi, a dish made with chili peppers and cheese, is a local favorite.

**8. Trekking:** Bhutan offers a range of trekking options, from easy walks to challenging high-altitude treks. The Jomolhari Trek and the Druk Path Trek are popular choices for experiencing Bhutan’s rugged beauty.

**9. Cultural Encounters:** Interact with Bhutanese people and gain insight into their way of life. Homestays and cultural tours provide an opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture.

**10. Happiness Index:** Bhutan is known for its unique approach to measuring progress and well-being through a “Gross National Happiness” index, emphasizing the importance of spiritual, physical, and mental well-being for its citizens.

Please note that Bhutan has a “High Value, Low Impact” tourism policy, which means there are government-imposed daily tariffs for tourists. This policy helps preserve Bhutan’s culture and environment while ensuring a high-quality travel experience. It’s advisable to plan your Bhutan tour through a registered tour operator to arrange visas and accommodations and ensure compliance with Bhutan’s regulations.

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  • Meals
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