Bhutan - A Nature Lover’s Paradise!

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If you’re expecting a week-long leave from work, or simply wish to travel to a destination that is more than just relaxing, we recommend you to consider a Bhutan Holiday Package. Bhutan, the land of the peace loving Buddhist Culture, and that of the ferocious Thunder Dragon makes for a holiday destination that is brimming with umpteen possibilities! Read on to understand, why exactly are we suggesting this!

Paro, essentially a valley town is known for its plush hotels and comfortable stays. Exemplary of everything that’s modern, what makes this place awe-inspiring is its lush green landscape! Try finding a hotel that overlooks the magnificent mountains and valley, resting on the Himalayan mountainside! The spectacular view of the pine forests that the mountains of this valley are lined with, when teamed with its lip-smacking culinary delights makes for an incredibly refreshing time!

If you’re fine with walking on foot it is highly recommended, that you take the time to rejoice in the highly sought after Zurig Dzong Countryside Walk! On your way, the astounding sights of Zurig Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Ta Dzong, Paro town, Kyichu Lhakhang and Drukgyel Dzong, will offer you with a soul-stirring experience.

Take a drive to Punakha, be prepared to be awe-struck by the road that zigzags up to the three thousand metre high mountain pass of Dochu La with its fluttering prayer flags, mystic chortens and sweeping views of the Himalayan range. Add to it, a riverside morning walk from the Punakha Valley to Paro via Chuzom and Tamchhu Lhakhang, and you will enjoy a more than gratifying experience.

Embark on the fabulous day camping trek on your pony, to the Taktsang Goemba also known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery, which includes a night in a wilderness campsite high in the Himalaya. The Bumdra Monastery Camp proffers you an experience of a lifetime, one that is simply unforgettable. Encountering the remote mountain paths, where only a few foreigners have ever set foot, to eventually approach the magnificent monastery from campsite above the clouds is another memeorable experience. Soaking up the exuberance of the view, you will finally need to descend for the gates of Taktsang for your onward journey.

The Druk Path trek is yet another must-do things when you’re in Bhutan. Essentially, a short trek commencing at Ta Dzong, it leads to an awe-inspiring Path between Paro and Thimpu. A slightly strenuous sojourn, this path was also taken by the revered Buddhist saint Ngawang Namgyal, giving it an unmatched historical significance!

Given the immense experiences that Bhutan has in store for its travellers, you ought to book a Bhutan Holiday Package, right away!

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