Snow-fall in Bhutan

Snow-fall in Bhutan- Is Beauty at its best in minimum expense

Glimmering lights in powdered white, Capture the sun, And to my delight, never-ending dance, The beauty of snowfall, Such pure romance -Dorinda Duclos. Those pure white flakes of snow settle down on the grass like a white blanket. The snow on the top of those pine trees looks like ultimate bliss. When the sun shines on that snowdrop feels like the world is captured inside it. Ah! What a peace! What a kiss of winter love. Bhutan is heaven during the months of winter (December to February). There are four seasons in Bhutan: Spring-March, April and May Summer- June, July, …

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The Ultimate tour guide from Mumbai to Bhutan

The Ultimate tour guide from Mumbai to Bhutan

Mumbai is a busy city. People from all over India come to Mumbai to build their career. In comparison, Bhutan is a quiet country. In Mumbai, you will see busy streets with so many traffic lights. In Bhutan, you will see not so busy streets with absolutely any traffic lights. Mumbai is a careerist city. Bhutan is a spiritual country. Alcohol and tobacco are allowed in Mumbai. Any kind of tobacco products or alcohol is not entertained in Bhutan. So you can see Bhutan and Mumbai are two very different places. If you want to come to Bhutan from Mumbai, …

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Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong – A Glimpse into Bhutan’s Architectural Heritage!

Did you know the hill atop which Punakha Dzong is built resembles just like the trunk of an elephant? Palace of Immense Happiness!! As it is called the above-mentioned name, Punakha Dzong is one of the largest Dzongs in Bhutan, which is built in a unique style of Bhutanese architecture. Perched at an elevation of 1,200m, and at the confluence of Mo and Pho Chhu, Punakha Dzong holds high value in the life of the royal family of Bhutan. Overlooking the picturesque gorge, Punakha Dzong with its spectacular architecture has been a must visit place in Punakha! How to Get …

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Bhutan tour package from Paro

A Splendid 6N-7D Bhutan Trip Worth Remembering

‘Travel and change the place impart new vigor & positive energy to the mind.’ Do you believe in this line? If yes, then you should come to this place for sure! The Endless beauty of Last Shangri La!! Located at an elevation of 8,000 ft, Bhutan seems to be the happiest country in the world. It is tucked between China & India which cover 38,729 square kilometers area of the total. Bhutan draws the attention of the nature lovers by its lush green landscapes, ancient temples, spicy yet delicious food, colorful festivals and most of all the hospitality of locales. …

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7 Photography Tips In Bhutan

7 Photography Tips In Bhutan Every Photographer Must Keep In Mind!

‘In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.’— Alfred Stieglitz This quote is also suitable for Bhutan, the ‘land of thunder dragon’. Bhutan’s remoteness and limited access make it the most desirable destinations for travel photographers. Unpredictable monsoon rains, minimal availability of technology, and a mystical culture of Bhutan will surely capture your heart. It is worth to say that the charismatic beauty of Bhutan making it a photographer’s dream to visit! But, there is something you must know about… Visitors are not free to simply move about the country and take pictures …

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Visit the famous Chortens in Bhutan

Visit the famous Chortens in Bhutan to experience peace and tranquillity!

“Every country has its ethnicity but Bhutan preserves the best for people to appreciate.” Chorten or popularly known as stupas are quite common in the Bhutan countryside. Thousands of Chortens can be found in this magical land near a Dzong, a monastery or even on the high mountain passes. Being the symbol of peace and serenity, Chortens are religious monuments built in a precise way for offering prayers. It is also considered to support faith and represent Buddha’s body. ‘So, let us take you on a religious tour to these Chortens to soothe your soul.’ What does it symbolize!! ‘Chorten …

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6 Exciting Adventure Activities

6 Exciting Adventure Activities for Students to try out in Bhutan!

It is already winter and it is the best time to try out some new. Students are always ready to experience new adventures to fill their life with excitement and joy. It is necessary for schools and colleges to arrange adventure tours to let them explore the world and teach them something new during their study period. So, why not Bhutan this time? A glimpse into the realm of serenity!! Tucked in the midst of the Himalayan ranges, Bhutan is a uniquely beautiful country. Secluded away from the rest of the world, the culture and heritage of Bhutan have evolved …

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Archery

Archery-Delve into the famous traditional sport of Bhutan

Bhutan is a vibrant cultural country so you can expect them to have a lot of activities or traditional sports. The primary Bhutanese traditional sport is without any doubt archery, the national game of Bhutan. Let’s know about this! Every country is fanatic about at least one sport whether it is India, Argentina, America or Brazil. In Bhutan, it is archery. It was in the year of 1971 when the Archery was declared as the national sport of Bhutan. It is an exclusively a male sport but even women can participate in it! Where to see!! Bhutan National Archery Federation …

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Tamchoe Monastery

Tamchoe Monastery in Paro That Tell a Great Tale on Bhutanese Culture

If you are religious by heart, make sure that you visit this place atleast once in a lifetime! Tamchoe Monastery ‘Offering Picturesque Backdrops’ Aligned at an elevation of 2,156 m Tamchoe Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in Bhutan. Also known as Tachog Lhakhang, it is located along the Paro-Thimphu highway. Built by Thangtong Gyalpo in 1420, the most iconic feature of it’s an iron bridge across the Pa Chhu River by which you can reach to this monastery. A day trip to Lhakhang will give you the opportunity to explore an iconic iron bridge and a shimmering river …

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Heritagge Tour

A Heritage Tour to The Historical Trongsa Museum Of Bhutan

Are you a history lover? Then you must come to this place atleast once in a lifetime! Bhutan’s Dormant Delight Perched at an altitude of 2300m, Trongsa offers spectacular views of the deep valleys surrounding it. In Bhutanese term, the word Trongsa means ‘New Village’ which is a historical place of Bhutan as most of the kings ruled over here during the ancient times. The valley of Trongsa gives you a marvelous view which will make your trip more memorable. ‘Turn back the pages of history to 500 years ago by witnessing the charm of Trongsa Museum!’ How can you …

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