Bhutan which is also known as the Land of Thunder Dragon is the Himalayan Kingdom. It is rich in geographical and ecological diversity. Its altitude ranges from 300m on the Indian frontier to 7,300m on the Tibet border. It is the exotic destination which offers the incredibly unique culture, tradition, religion, natural environment. The people of Bhutan follow the Buddhist religion. In this country Tibetan culture fully remains intact. Bhutan tour provides the chance to experience the pure natural and cultural beauty untouched and undamaged by the tourists. During the Bhutan tour you enjoy the warm hospitality and the friendly behavior of the Bhutanese people as well as their carefree lifestyle and the culture. The wonderful scenery, awesome fortress from the past in a unique design, monasteries provides you the unforgettable experience. Their colorful festivals alive with traditional chants and dancing will be your lifetime experience. Bhutan tour gives you an intimate insight into the Bhutanese Buddhist culture and their lifestyle.
In this Bhutan tour package you visit the amazing Paro valley, Thimpu- the capital city of Bhutan. In this tour you visit the Spectacular Paro valley. In the valley you visit the National museum of Bhutan. There you can see the museum’s collections of rare Bhutanese artifacts and arts, traditional weaving tools and other electric pieces. There you also take an excursion to the Taktsang monastery which is also known as the Tigers’ nest. According to the legend Guru Rimpoche, father of Mahayana Buddhism, came here on the back of the tigress and meditated in this monastery. You visit the capital city of Bhutan Thimpu. In Thimpu you visit the National Library, Folk Heritage Musuem where you will have an insight into rural Bhutanese way of living, memorial Chiortens in the memory of the 3rd King etc. You also visit Rinpung Dzong in Paro from where you observe the valley. You also visit the Punkha, the ancient capital city of Bhutan. On the way to Punkha you cross the Dochula Pass (3100m.) which is marked by a large Bhutanese style Chorten, 108 small chortens and prayer flags. From there you can observe the eastern Himalayas.