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Welcome to Bhutan
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The kingdom of Bhutan or Drukyul which means land of the thunder dragon is one of the few unexplored tourist destinations in the world. It has been declared as a global hotspot for its pristine environment and rich biodiversity. Straddling the eastern himalayas with China to the north and India to the south, it is a land of immense natural beauty with a rich ancient culture and tradition that is vibrant and intact.


Often referred to as Shangri La, buddhism is a way of life in this peaceful and serene country the last bastion of Mahayana buddhism in the world. Buddhism is embedded in every aspect of Bhutanese life.


Since Buddhism came to Bhutan in the 8th century, it has influenced and shaped Bhutanese values, social structure, arts, architecture, literature and institutions. The Bhutanese call themselves Drukpas, a term originating from Druk meaning Dragon in Dzongkha the national language.


As a country that has remained independent throughout its history, Bhutan opened up to modern development in the 1960s after years of self imposed isolation with the building of the first schools, hospitals and roads. In the new millennium, as a society in transition, Bhutan stands as a unique nation that blends modernization with its tradition and culture.


Featured Trips



These Featured Trips offer the best cultural highlights of Bhutan with a twist that opens insight into not simply the landscape of Bhutan but the philosophy and world view that shapes the region. From an in-depth insight into Vajrayana Buddhism and Terton Pema Lingpa's "hidden terma" tradition with longtime teacher- translator (and close family friend) Sarah Harding to a Yoga expedition through the dramatic landscape of Bhutan with perhaps a short trek thrown in, these trips are wonderful opportunities for understanding the Bhutanese way of life.


The Kingdom of Bhutan is a landlocked country located in the eastern Himalayas between Tibet in the north and India in the south. Bhutan has a rugged and mountainous landscape with snowcapped peaks and glacier covered terrain in the north, spurs of the Himalayan peaks in the center and heavily forested foothills and subtropical plains in the south.


Tours
 Tours and Festivals
 Domkhar Festivals
 Eastern Tour
 Instant Bhutan Tour
 Jakar Festival Tour
 Jambay Festival Tour
 Legendary Bhutan Valleys
 Paro Festival Tour
 Festivals of Bhutan
Trekking
 Trekking
 Jhomolhari Trek
 Dagala Lakes Trek
 Druk path Trek
 Haa Valley Trek
 Lunana Snowman Trek
 Hiking in Bhutan
 Mountain Biking


Event Calendar 2016/17

Many exciting and special events will take place throughout the country in 2016 in celebration of the 60th birth anniversary of His Majesty the 4th King Jigme Singye Wangchuck. An event is highlighted as highlight event for each month so look for a special “Highlight” sticker to identify the events. Please confirm the final dates of the events with your service provider before making final arrangements. View More


Bhutan Sports

Sports in Bhutan comprise both traditional Bhutanese and modern international games. Archery is the national sport in Bhutan, and competitions are held regularly in most villages.Other traditional Bhutanese sports include khuru, soksom, pundo, and digor. International sports enjoy considerable popularity in modern Bhutan. Football is the most popular sport in Bhutan. Bhutanese also play futsal, an indoor variation of football. Cricket has gained popularity in Bhutan, particularly since the introduction of television channels from India. View More

































































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