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Top 6 Enthralling Tours of Bhutan

Bhutan, undoubtedly the most mysterious country in the world and a traveler’s paradise, is no ordinary place. The last great Himalayan kingdom, mystical and magical, a journey to Bhutan is a journey into a different reality. Often referred to as the last Shangri-la, it is a land of tranquility with spectacular landscapes, vibrant cultural heritage, remarkable scenery and friendly people.

The Top 6 Enthralling Tours of Bhutan are marvelous tours in the Himalayas in the mystical land of Bhutan, combining nature, culture and adventure in a nutshell. Whether you are seeking for an adventure vacation or a family holiday, whether you are spotting takins (national animal of Bhutan) or blue poppies, trekking peaks or strolling across hillsides ablaze with rhododendron blooms, these tours help you in making your Bhutan tour a memorable experience to cherish.

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Celebrate Bhutan’s Tsechu, one of the top experiences in Bhutan

Engaging dance performances, traditional folk music and mystical rituals are all part of Bhutan’s colorful Tsechus or festivals. People from all over Bhutan come together in their finest clothes to take part in the festivities. The men look dashing and the women beautiful in their traditional costumes (Gho for men and Kira for women). The engaging celebrations also give you insight into the dragon kingdom’s community life and their unique culture. Besides, it doesn’t hurt to know that the Bhutanese believe that attending a Tsechu and watching the masked dances washes away your sins, all the more reason for you to take part in the celebrations.

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Visit Bhutan 2015 –Celebrate Happiness

2015 is yet another very exciting year for tourism in Bhutan with over 44 different festivals scheduled across Bhutan. Visit Bhutan 2015 is one of the largest Tourism carnivals in the world. This invites all the tourists to experience authentic celebration of various events. Bhutan has declared 2015 as a ‘Visit Bhutan Year’ to commemorate the 60th birth anniversary of His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck the beloved 4th King. A figure loved and revered by all Bhutanese, it is an occasion where the country come together to celebrate 60 years of a life spent in the service of the nation and its people. Many exciting events and fascinating festivals will take place in celebration throughout the country in 2015. There has never been a better time to see, feel and experience Bhutan. Be a part of these festivals and experience Bhutan’s rich culture, tradition and history.

Click on the following link for a quick rundown of the events and festivals with dates that will take place throughout the year:

Bhutan Festival 2015

Source : tourism.gov.bt

Adventurous Bhutan

There are trips, retreats and vacations—and then there are adventures. Adventures are the experiences that can’t quite be put into words, despite your best efforts. They bring on a series of transcendent moments—you are open and observant, while simultaneously humble and grateful—you are your best self when on an adventure.

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Discovering Himalayan Treasures: Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet Tour

Unravel the mystery that surrounds the Himalayan nations of South Asia as we take you through Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet all in one visit. This bespoke journey features some of our favorite spots in the former Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal, Tibet: the Roof of the World and Bhutan: the land of the thunder dragon. Begin your adventure in Bhutan and experience the vibrant culture, natural landscape, exquisite heritage and exotic cities this mystical kingdom has to offer. Explore the major Bhutanese townships of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha, hike the incredible Tiger’s Nest monastery and pay your respect to some of the ancient temples and dzongs while in here.

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Paro to Phuentsholing

Bhutan is a unique country both culturally and environmentally. Perched high in the Himalayas, it is the world’s last remaining Buddhist Kingdom. Besides the stunning natural scenery, the enduring image of the country for most visitors is the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and clearly distinguishes it from its larger neighbors. Due to its pristine environment and harmonious society, the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been called “The Last Shangri-La“.

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