Stretch your imagination to newer boundaries. Popularly called Druk Yul or “The Land of the Thunder Dragon” Bhutan offers a variety of climatic contrasts and ecosystems to its visitors. Its rigid mountains and its maneuvering rivers enhance the biological richness of this Himalyan kingdom. It is her in these valleys that the compelling legend of the Yeti or the Abominable Man runs from person to person.
Suprisingly, Bhutan is washed by rivers which have flown along the unchanged and formidable courses for the last 25 million years. And as their waves cut ever deeper into the gorges and valleys, they provide the main means of contact between the humans and a strangely diverse wildlife. Animals like wolves,brown bear and rose finches abound in these cold and otherwise uninhabitable terrains.
The Bhutanese have borrowed a lot from their Northern neighbor, Tibet. The glimpses can be found in the premier languages of Bhutan – Dzonkha and Sharchop. The local dress also is close to the Tibetan Chuba blouse. What’s more, this last Shangrila also follows the same religious pattern as the people north of it – the Mahayana form of Tantric Buddhism. The everyday life of Bhutanese is influenced by Tibetan religious beliefs and practices. Every districts is dominated by a huge Dzong or high-Walled fortress that serves as the religious and administrative centre of the districts. The architecture of these fortresses also bears a Tibetan influence. In many ways , It presents a perfect balance between the people and the vegetarian at large this both astounds and surprises the visitor in more ways than one.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||PARO /PARO|
|DEPARTURE TIME||As per Tour Plan|
DAY 01 ARRIVE PARO/THIMPU
DAY 02 THIMPU
DAY 03 THIMPU / TRONGSA
DAY 04 TRONGSA / BUMTHANG
DAY 05 BUMTHANG / PUNAKHA
DAY 06 PUNAKHA / PARO
DAY 07 PARO