Hiking Trip For Amateurs – Best Hiking And Trekking Trip

A visit to the remote and secluded kingdom of Bhutan would be incomplete with a hike or trek. With more than 72 percent of the landmass under forest cover and about half the country as protected areas, wildlife parks and sanctuaries a hike or trek is the best way to enjoy Bhutan’s amazing natural diversity If you […]

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Bhutan Travel Cost

As one of the most exclusive destinations in the world, Bhutan is often projected and perceived as a high cost destination. This is because of the daily tariff rate fixed by the Bhutan government, which is USD 250 during the peak seasons of spring and autumn and USD 200 during the leans monsoon and winter seasons. […]

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Bhutan Thimphu Festival Tour

One of the best ways to experience Bhutan’s ancient Buddhist culture is to attend the Tshechu’s or religious festivals. These Tshechus scheduled either at the beginning or toward the end of the agriculture season is a major social and religious occasion and still the biggest crowd puller in Bhutan. Bhutanese dressed in their best come out […]

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Honeymoon in an ancient land

Honeymoon in an ancient land – Bhutan The ancient Himalayan Buddhist heritage and pristine natural environment are the key reasons, which make Bhutan one of the most unique and exclusive holiday destinations in the world today. A visit to Bhutan is a lifetime opportunity to experience colours and rhythms of a unique culture and its […]

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Tiger’s Nest

BHUTAN: PARO Tiger’s nest If there is a defining image of Bhutan, it is of the iconic Taktshang monastery, clinging to the face of a sheer cliff that plunges 900 metres to valley floor in Paro district. Also known as the Tiger’s Nest monastery, a trip to Bhutan would be incomplete without a visit to Taktshang, […]

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Bhutan Adventure Travel Packages

Bhutan adventure travel Packages Essentially promoted as a cultural destination, adventure tourism is a relatively new area for Bhutan that is gaining rapid popularity. Bhutan’s rugged Himalayan landscape offers exciting opportunities for adventure sports. The choice is wide from trekking, kayaking, river rafting, mountain biking, fishing, rock climbing, to motorcycle expeditions. Bhutan truly offers a […]

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Trekking in Bhutan

Trekking in Bhutan the best way to explore Trekking is one of the best ways to explore Bhutan. It allows one to experience the pristine environment, camp in untouched river valleys and at the foot of virgin mountains peaks, and get in touch with the local lifestyle and culture. With its natural environment pristine and […]

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The 3 Festivals Must See In Bhutan

The 3 festivals must see in Bhutan The festival is a Buddhist religion celebration that begins on the 10th day of the Bhutanese calendar. The festival is locally known as Tshechu. During the festival, monks and laymen perform mask dances over a stretch of 3 days to 5 days in a monastery or temple. It […]

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How To Travel Bhutan

Infographic on how to travel Bhutan This infographic will briefly tell how to travel to Bhutan. This will also tell about the food you have to test and do’s and don’t for visiting temples and monuments. Sight seeing and activities that Bhutan can offers. Best seasons to visit Bhutan. The brief on Happiness in Bhutan ? In […]

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How To Book Tours & Payment To Tour Agency In Bhutan

How to book and payment to tour Agency in Bhutan? Every tourists to Bhutan has to book through a recognized or government license Bhutan tour agency as per your travel time frame or travel plan. You can ask to your Bhutan tour agency for your travel activities you are interested. Agency will suggest and give […]

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