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4 NIGHTS 5 DAYS

Bhutan at a Glance

Bhutan Tourism is growing every year. Most of the famous Travel bloggers recommend having a visit to Bhutan. Bhutan at a Glance shows its charm,

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4 NIGHTS 5 DAYS

Glimpse of Bhutan

Bhutan is a magical country with simple yet mesmerizing land somehow manages to touch your soul, balm it with peace

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8 NIGHTS 9 DAYS

Bhutan – Intimate Moments

During this flight one will enjoy the view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga and other Himalayan Mountains including the sacred Mt.

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We offer unique travel and lifestyle experiences with integrity and authenticity be it cultural tours, trekking, adventure, bird watching, textile tours, rafting, eco-tourism and wellness tours. All travel experiences, events and incentives absolutely customized to our clientele’s needs.

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Paro Taktsang Monastery

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Tango University of Buddhist

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Memorial Chorten

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About Bhutan

Bhutan is a small Himalayan Kingdom wedged between its neighboring state of India and China. A country size of the Switzerland is home to just over 790,000 people. Its primeval history prior to the unification and conception of modern day Bhutan is filled with series of Tibetan Buddhist saints travelling across the valley preaching Buddhism. The era marked the genesis of a deeply rooted Buddhist nation.

Its subsequent consolidation of the land under single authority was marked with the construction of gigantic fortresses on ridges overlooking the valley across different region. The presence of fortresses across the valley symbolizes the recognition of a central authority and solidarity. Barring its negligible barter trade and religion inspired cultural exchange with Tibet and India; Bhutan lived through a period of self-imposed isolation until the mid-20th century. This extended period of isolation impervious to globalization has aided in the preservation of its unique heritage.

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