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The kingdom of Bhutan is sandwiched in the Himalayas between India and the Tibetan region of China. It is situated in the eastern Himalayan region, bordered by Tibet in the North, Sikkim in the west, Indian states of Arunanchal Pradesh in the east and Bengal and Assam, the famous lands of tea, in the south. Cut off for centuries from its neighbors due to its inaccessibility, a visit to Bhutan is much like a journey backwards through time, to a mystical place untouched by the ravages of mankind’s progress… the Last Shangri – La.

The Bhutanese calendar is marked by many ‘Tsechus’ or festivals, eagerly awaited events made special with vivid and colorful masked dances, folk dances and religious allegorical plays, set in the cobbled courtyards of numerous Dzongs and in this ancient and traditional land, it seems fitting that archery is still the national sport.

The population of 600,000 is made up primarily of indigenous Bhutanese. Many naturalized citizens came originally from Tibet and India. Early records suggest clusters of inhabitants had already settled in Bhutan when the first recorded settlers arrived 1,400 years ago. Bhutan’s indigenous population is the Drukpa. Three main ethnic groups, the Sharchops, Ngalops and the Lhotshampas (of Nepalese origin) make up today’s Drukpa.

The best season to visit Bhutan is March, April, May, September, October and Novermber.
 
Suggested Trips
 
Fly In / Fly Out: Paro – Thimpu - Paro
Bhutan is perhaps the last tourist destination in the world. This Hidden kin
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Fly In / Fly Out: Paro – Thimpu – Paro
Bhutan is perhaps the last tourist destination in the world. This Hidden kin
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Fly In / Drive Out: Paro – Thimpu – Phuntsoling
Bhutan is perhaps the last tourist destination in the world. This Hidden kin
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Nepal-Bhutan SIC GTD Fixed Departure tour 2016

Discover two of the most mysterious countries in the world with

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Bhutan Information
 
About Bhutan
Entering Bhutan
Travel Info
Festival Dates 2011/12
 
Places To Visit
 
Thimpu
 
Thimpu, the capital, lies in a stunning, wooded valley, sprawling up a hills
Paro
 
Paro is 65 km (two hours drive) to the southwest of Thimpu. The Taktsang Mon
 
 
 
 
Accomodation in Bhutan
  • Uma Como Resort
    Uma Como Resort
    Ziwaling Resort
    Ziwaling Resort
    Aman Kora Resort
    Aman Kora Resort
  • Taj Tashi Hotel
    Taj Tashi Hotel
 
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