Festivals not only play an important role in preserving Bhutan’s rich culture but also provide devout Buddhists with an opportunity for prayer, pilgrimage.
The Punakha Drubchen Festival hosts a dramatic recreation of the scene from the 17th century battle with Tibetan army
re-enactment goes back to the time when in the absence army,
men from the eight Tshogchens of Thimphu came forward and managed to expel the invading forces from the country.
Reflect the richness of the Bhutanese cultural heritage
Bhutan is a Himalayan kingdom that has embraced its traditional Buddhist culture amidst all the daunting global changes
Besides the tradition and culture, there lies a lot of mystery on this land to explore.
Visit the popular destinations of Bhutan such as Thimphu, Punakha, Wangduephodrang and Paro
Dochula pass at 3050 m and view the most dramatic panoramic view of the greater Himalayas
Western Bhutan is the heartland of the Drukpa people, home to the only airport, the capital of Bhutan, oldest and most spectacular Dzongs in the Kingdom.
Whereas Central Bhutan is believed to be the first part of Bhutan to have been inhabited, with evidence of prehistoric settlements, there is a great variety of people, architecture, and scenery to be explored.
The ride from one town to the next is itself another delightful aspect of the tour catering the best of Bhutanese landscapes and rural culture as well.
wonderful heritage sites and ancient monuments as well as the diverse floral and faunal lives demonstrating the rich Bhutanese culture, tradition, and nature and allows you to peep into the detail culture and lifestyle of Bhutan
Join our this trip to Bhutan and witness whole of the Land of Last Shangri-La on the Earth.