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Bhutan

Bhutan
The Land Of Thunder Dragon

We have been doing a choice of strenuous short organized trek in the Himalayas region of Bhutan since a couple of decades. When you add it all together our programs has been sorted out into two categories in term of elevations. Such as High Altitude Treks and Low Altitude Treks. Especially a High altitude Treks generally emphasizes in superior degree of physical fitness of trekkers is curtailed due to the uncertainty of seasonal fluctuations. Apart from a number of other trek routes Snow Man Druk Path, Laya-Lingshi and Chomolhari treks are most popular routes in the Thunder Dragon Land of Bhutan.

The Government of Bhutan is strictly sensitive to the delicacy of environmental damage and cultural spoil in order that controlling in entering into country with limited number of levelheaded holidaymakers even if there lots of unexplored myseteries to be absorbed.

Bhutan, the land of thunder, lies to the east of the Himalayas. A land of magical charm, it offers magnificent mountain views, forest scenery, and ancient architecture. Friendly people who follow age-old cultures inhabit the country.

Bhutan's foremost priority is to preserve its natural and cultural assets. It maintains a restriction policy that allows a small number of visitors into the country. Thus, over the years, tourism has had little impact on the lifestyles of the people and their traditional way of life. Across the Himlayas Treks & Expidetion in Kathmandu offers well - organized tours in Bhutan.

Place of Interest
PARO, the gateway to Bhutan, provides incomparable experiences. Bhutan's natinal museum, the Ta Dzon, the fortress of the Drupas, the paro Dzon fort, Drukyel Dzon, Taktsang Lhakhang Temple, also called the tigers' lair as it clings to a black cliff, and kyichu Lhakhang, built in A.D. 638 by king Songtsen Gampo are places of his torical and cultural interest. Thimpu, the capital of Bhutan, abounds with rich traditional architecture. A tour will take you to the Memorial chorten built in memory of king Jigme Dorfe, the Tashichoe Dzon, and fortress of auspicious religions, cjanglimithnag, changankha Lhakhang, Simtikha Dzon, and Motothang, the pearl meadows.

Punakha was the old winter capital of Bhutan until1950. The high pass of Dochu-La at 3,050 meters, divides Thimpu from the punakha valley. This point offers spectacular mountain views of the eastern Himalayas including Ganghar Punsum, 7,497m {the highest peak of Bhutan}. Mt. Chomolhari, 7,219m is especially stunning as it provides a backdrop at the frontier with Tibet. You will visit Punakha Dzong built in 1637 by Shabdurng Ngawang Namgyel.

Wangdi Phodrang is a town 71 kilometers away from Thimpu. The drive through the picturesque village of Rinchengang will provide an opportunity to observe the lifestyle of the local people, who are known to be excellent stonemasons. Their houseware built remarkably and attached to one another.

When you arrive at Mendigang's Hilltop Resort for an overnight stop, you will see Ghantey Gompa on top of the Black Mountains. The Gompa is the biggest monastery of the Nyingmapa set in Bhutan. It overlooks the Phobjika Valley, a popular resting site for the migratory black – necked crane.

Tongsa is approached from here through the pele-sa pass at 3,300 meters.you will see rhododendron and magnolia flowers in full bloom during the spring season and Mount Chomolhari in in the background. You will also visit the Tongsa Dzong, founded in 1543, an architectural masterpiece with amaze of courtyards and many temples.

General Information:
  1. All travelles except Indian nationals intending to visit Bhutan should apply for visa at least two weeks prior to date of arrival, with all requisite information.
  2. A full detail of travelers is required according to the Passport while processing visa suh as Passport No. Date of Birth, Nationality, Sex, Occupation, Passport's Date of issue, Date of expiry.
  3. Well-experienced and well-trained guides operate all exclusive and conducted tours.
  4. All tours are pre-paid in the form of Demand Draft or by Bank Transfers.
  5. All payments should be made in US $ cash or Travelers check.
  6. A cancellation charge of 50% for confirmed booking upto 7 days prior to departure whereas no refund thereafter. No refund for no shows & delay arrivals of the clients whatsoever reason.
  7. Photography: 16 mm film cameras are strictly prohibited in Bhutan.
  8. The certain Monasteries & Dzongs is debared from taking photos.

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