Welcome to the Himalayan Kingdom.
A trip to Bhutan is an experience transcending the ordinary and taking one into a world many feel no longer exists. The Himalayan Kingdom could justifiably be equated to a museum, a hotspot of preservation, which today houses some of the world’s exotic flora and fauna, most of which have become extinct.
In a world where the injection and flow of materialism is questioning the very basis of human identity, the Bhutanese are a people who have steadfastly held themselves firmly to its cultural identity. Religious, self content, harmoniously living with nature and very welcoming and hospitable, Bhutan is, because the people are.
Embark on a voyage that promises to enthral you, an experience that will captivate all your five sense organs and beyond.
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Here are just a few of our up coming events suggested tour itineraries.
One of the biggest festivals in the country is the Thimphu Tshechu. This festival is held in the capital city for three days beginning on 10th day of the 8th month of lunar calendar. This Tshechu is witnessed by thousands of people many of which travel from neighboring Dzongkhags to attend the festivities.
JAMBAY LHAKHANG DRUB
Jambay lhakhang is located in Bumthang and is situated on the way to the Kurjie Lhakhang. It’s a ten minutes drive to the temple from the Chamkhar town.Jambay Lhakhang is one of the oldest temples in the kingdom. It was founded by, Songtsen Gampo, a Tibetan King in the 7th century AD.
DRUK WANGYEL TSHECHU
(13th Dec 2017)
The Dochula Druk Wangyel Festival was established in 2011 in commemoration of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo and the Armed Forces’ victory over Indian insurgent forces residing in southern Bhutan in 2003.Druk Wangyel Festival is an annual festival held on December 13th
The six day trek is the most popular trek in the country as it passes through a gorgeous natural landscape of blue pine forests, high ridges and pristine lakes while at the same time offering the opportunity to visit some ancient lhakhangs, dzongs and villages.
The crystal clear rivers of Bhutan are one of the kingdom’s best kept open secrets. Fed by the glacial-melt of the Eastern Himalayas, six major rivers (Wang Chhu, Sunkosh, Puna Tsang Chhu, Mangde Chhu, Kuri Chhu and Dangme Chhu and their tributaries)
Bhutan is a paradise for bird lovers and ornithologists. Over 670 species of birds have been recorded and many more are yet to be discovered. Around 50 species of the known birds are winter migrants. These include ducks, waders, birds of prey, thrushes, finches and buntings.