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    Posted March 28, 2014 by
    thimphu, Bhutan
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    Why Bhutan?
    Travelling in the spectacular mountainous Bhuddhist Kingdom of Bhutan is an exclusive and unique experience for even the most seasoned travelers. Pristine natural beauty, aliving Biddhist culture and an environment that inspires spiritual and physical well being makes our guest describe us as “Heaven on Earth”

    Tourist can visit Bhutan either by air or by land. paro is the only international airport and phuntsholing and sumdrupjongkhar are the preferred part of entry by land. Currently, drukair is the national airline and now one private airline called Tashi airline has come up. Tourist can board DrukAir or TashiAir from Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, Bangladesh and India.
    The best time to visit Bhutan

    Bhutan is an all season destination, spring and summer fill the landscape with myriad flower and fauna. Autumn cast a bright golden glow on the landscape. The crisp winter air and the clear skies make it ideal for capturing some of the best mountains view. And all year round, there is a unique sense of peace and contentment in the environment mark by traditional festivities as people celebrate their festival in ancient local tradition
    Bhutan is about an authentic experience. We would like to invite you to visit and experience first hand Bhutanese beauty, culture and hospitality.

    What is there to do?

    Bhutan’s culture and landscape are diverse across various part of the country unfold different hues in the landscape and different facets our culture across the year. Thus each region has its own distinctive charm and after opportunities for different forms of exploration.

    1.Western Bhutan is the gateway into Bhutan. This circuit comprises the pari, Thimphu, punakha, wangdi and Haa district. The flight is exhilarating with the wings of the aircraft appearing to be almost touching the mountain ridges. Paro is home to Taktsang( Tiger Nest) – a monastery that stands high at 900 meters above paro valley. Thimphu, the capital city, is a valor ant social a culture mix. Punakha, the historic capital city-raptures tourist with the grand punakha Dzong(Fortress) at the confluence of the blue waters of the mochu( female water) and pho chu(male water) and phobjikha tvalley is the home to the Black Necked crane .

    2.The west is the start is the starting point for many of Bhutan’s famous treks which traverse the north of the country. Laya, Gasa and upper reaches jakar and Trongsa complete this circuit. Here the lofty Himalayas and the hospitable nomadic people of Bhutan beckon those who seek exploration and challenge trekking way from 3-25 days and provide trekkers wonderful sighting opportunity.

    3.Central Bhutan is the spiritual heart land of Bhutan set in spectacular scenery across the gentle valley of Bumthang. The temples and festivals of Bumthang culture heritage white river are a delight for rafting and kayaking enthusiasts

    4.South Bhutan has myriad options for bird and wild life viewing including a variety of endemic and endangered species preserved in lush green habitat.

    5.The communities in the east are a word away from the world. Be it the distinct way of life or merak- sakten or the fabric and wood work in Tashigang and Tashiyangtse.
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