About Bhutan

Bhutan is a small land-locked nation located at the end of eastern Himalayan region in south asia, which has boarder to the north by China and to the east, west and south by India. It is a Buddist country with a population of just around 7,50,000 people. Bhutan is known for its monasteries, fortresess (Dzong) and dramatic landscape that range from subtropical forest in the south to subalpine forest and snowy mountains and Valleys in the North. It has a rich culture that has remained intact because of its self-imposed isolation from the rest of the world until 1960s. Bhutan is also known by the name “The Land of Thunder Dragon”.

Bhutan at a Glance

Name: Kingdom of Bhutan
Area : 38,394 sq.km
Location : South Asia (Land-Locked between China in the North and India in the South, East and West)
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Bhutan Festival Tours

Bhutan Festival Tours allows you to witness some of the important and colourful festivals celebration in Bhutan, Festival in Bhutan is commonly known as Tshechu. Festival is celebrated to honor Guru Rinpochhe, the tantric master of Eight Century. It is celebrated annually around all monasteries and Dzongs (Fortress) attracting both local and foreign visitors. There will be different types of mask dances and religious dance performed in the festival and there will be thousands and thousands of colourful people witnessing the festival from morning till evening. This is because the Bhutanese people believe that the more they witness the dances in the festivals, the more they gain merit, and the more their sin will be washed down. For Bhutanese woman Festival in Bhutan is like show-casting their ornaments. They try to wear the most expensive and colourful attire they have and most expensive ornaments they have.

Bhutan Cultural Tours

Bhutan cultural tour offers you a very close view of Bhutanese culture and traditions and to observe the beautiful artefacts of Bhutanese historical spots. Some of the major hightlights of Bhutan Cultural tours includes, visiting Dzongs (Fotress) and Monastries,temples followed by museums and handicraft. The Bhutanese culture is very much influenced by the sacred Buddhist values as a results we live by our religious values and respect our gods and deities from within a lot. Hence there is no dearth of temples, Monasteries, Stupas etc in the country.

Trekking in Bhutan

Trekking In Bhutan means it is an opportunity to witness an eye-catching views of snow-capped mountains. There are more than dozens of treks around Bhutan and all these treks goes over the scenic passes, which are as high as 5005 meters. Trekking in Bhutan is the most unique in Himalayan region. Everything including your language will be carried by the ponies or the yaks; you just need to carry your small back-pack. There will be licensed trekking guide, a cook, helper and the horse-man with their horses or yaks will be there for your service. So if you want to have a challenging experience then it is best to try Trekking in Bhutan.