Bhutan is wedged between China to the north and India to the south, the tiny independent kingdom lies deep within the eastern Himalayas. A Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is a land of monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic topography ranging from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. The highest Himalayas, peaks is 7326 meters Jomolhari. Tourists says that the country is socially and culturally acceptable and environmentally friendly. It is a Buddhist kingdom where an age-old Himalayan culture flourishes. Presently, Bhutan is one of least urbanised countries in the world with its natural environment pristine and protected and its rich cultural traditions as vibrant as ever. Here 70% of the land is covered by forests, a substantial portion of which are national parks and protected sanctuaries, it is home to an astonishing diversity of flora and fauna.
The destinations worth visiting are Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Phuntsholing, Jakar, Wangdue Phodrang, Trongsa, Royal Manas Park, Gedu, Gelephu, Jigme Dorji National Park, Trashiyangtse, Gangtey, Chhukha, Motithang, Phrumsengla National Park, Bumathang, Phobjika, Haa, Chele La, etc. Interesting diversifications includes Monasteries, Nightlife, Dzong architecture, Archery, Buddhism, Temples, History, culture, Nature Parks, Trek Routes, Hot Springs, Wildlife sanctuary, etc
The unspoilt landscape is home to a rich and varied wildlife, including many rare and endangered species. The golden langur, Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, hispid hare, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, red panda, sambar, wild pig, barking deer, snow leopard, blue sheep, marmot, Tibetan wolf, antelope, Himalayan musk deer, white-winged duck and the takin – Bhutan’s national animal
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There is now a reasonable choice of hotels, resorts, guesthouses and restaurants besides the high-end resorts that entered the market a decade ago. Several other well-known hotel chains are also entering the regional market. Dreamway Destinations will pre-book your accommodation once you confirm your visit. If you prefer to stay in luxurious or other high-end resorts that can be arranged at an additional cost over and above the daily tariff. Few Surprises like Rukha Village is worth enjoying .... A remote village in the Jigme Dorje Wangchuk National Park, Rukha is a hidden jewel. Accessible only by a precarious rope bridge, this collection of 20 odd houses around the hillside are built in the traditional style with steep steps leading up to the first floor with the kitchen on the outside. One can experience the other face of Bhutan close up with a homestay in this hospitable rural community.
We also arranges homestays in farm houses for tourists looking for a more authentic local village experience that come together with a family get together and traditional dances performed by the local community. While the cuisine available in the region is generally Continental, Indian and Chinese in recent years a number of new restuarants have opened up serving Thai, Italian and American fast food. There are also numerous diners serving traditional Local food that tourists might want to sample. Local diet generally consists of rice and an accompanying side dish of meat or vegetables with a liberal use of chillies. The national dish is Ema Datshi, which literally means chilly and cheese. The dish is a staple at almost every meal and has been described by outsiders as fiery hot, which can lead to secretions from the scalp, nostrils, face and other parts of the body, for first timers.
There is so much to see in Bhutan and so many options. Some of the specialized experiences we have organized in the past includes:
There is no need to stop with that list! Why not contact us and we will do our best to meet your requirements.We love to travel ourselves and we understand how important it is to have a professional and experienced operator who delivers the travel experience you want. Whatever you seek, whether it is adventure, relaxation, learning, fulfilling a dream, we pride ourselves on designing and delivering the travel experience that suits you, the traveller! It’s what you want – we work with you to design the best possible experience: your style, your pace and your interests.
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