Bhutan Druk Adcventure
Post Box 606
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BHUTAN FESTIVAL TOURS
Festivals in Bhutan are typically known as Tshechu and they are celebrated with great fervor across the many monasteries and dzongs
GLIMPSE OF BHUTAN
The tour explores all of the highlights of Bhutan’s western valleys, and is ideal for those with a limited time frame.
BHUTAN ADVENTURE TOURS
Imagine a country where a land’s worth is measured differently think Gross National Happiness instead of Gross Domestic Product. Now stop dreaming because you are in the unexplored mountain kingdom of Bhutan. Beauty and wisdom are revealed at each dzong, every gompa, and most incredibly, in the eyes of every smiling Buddhist monk you meet. On treks through remote trails and visits to Paro, Thimphu, and Punakha, nature lovers, photographers, and culture junkies will uncover a purity of experiences, traditions, and kindness.
The Classic Bhutan tour is an exhilarating tour giving full insight of the art, architecture, tradition and culture of the Bhutan. The itinerary visits the prime locations and attractions in western Bhutan such as Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and beautiful valley of Phobijakha (Wangdi)
Be immersed in awe-inspiring scenery and the Buddhist way of life on an inspirational trip through Bhutan. Discover the spectacular Himalayan settings of Paro ,Thimphu and Phobijakha valleys with a private driver and guide, combining cultural sights, spiritual experiences and breathtaking scenery on a journey that can be tailored entirely to your preferences,
CENTRAL BHUTAN TOURS
This Tour is ideal for those who wish to spare no expense in their experience of Bhutan, but have a limited amount of time. It explores all of the highlights of Bhutan‘s western valleys, as well as the central Bumthang Valley utilizing the most luxurious accommodations and services available in the kingdom.
COINCIDING WITH THE FESTIVALS IN BHUTAN
GROUP SIZE 3 AND ABOVE
USD $ 2040
Festivals or tshechu are a major part of Bhutanese life and offer a unique cultural insight into this Himalayan Kingdom.
One of the best ways to experience the heart and soul of this unique destination is to incorporate a trek into your itinerary. With much of the kingdom covered with ancient forests and high alpine meadows, a trek will not only bring you closer to nature but provide you with the opportunity to meet rural people.
The under-resourced nation’s response, led by science and quick preventative action, has been fortified by its traditional communal values.
Congratulations to Pawo Choyning Dorji for taking Bhutan to the Oscars 2021 with his marvelous film: Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom.
Tshojo in Lunana, where most of the movie was shot is one of the few settlements that fall on 400 KMS plus trek - the Snowman Trek. This trek is being ranked as the world’s toughest trek by those who have been on it. And coincidentally, Tshojo will be also one of the 4 aid stations for the first ever international Snowman Race scheduled to flag off on 13 October 2021. The Snowman Race is being staged to draw global attention to the climate change agenda.
Rice forms the main body of most Bhutanese meals. It is accompanied by one or two side dishes consisting of meat or vegetables. Pork, beef, and chicken are the meats that are eaten most often. Vegetables commonly eaten include Spinach, pumpkins, turnips, radishes, tomatoes, river weed, onions, and green beans. Grains such as rice, buckwheat, and barley are also cultivated in various regions of the country depending on the local climate.
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