The Divine Mad Man
Drukpa Kunley : Iintroduced Buddhism to Bhutan and established the monastery of Chimi Lhakhang there in 1499.
Guiding Principle: “High Value – Low Volume towards Gross National Happiness ”
High Season Tariff – USD 250 per person per night halt (March – May & September – November)
Regular Season Tariff – USD 200 per person per night halt (December – February & June – August)
The above rates are inclusive of the following:
Accommodation (3 Star Hotels)
Service of English-speaking Guides
Surface Transport within Bhutan
Latest Development :-
Visitors are more concentrated in west Bhutan and some in Central Bhutan. In order to promote east Bhutan (5 province) Government is making a special offer by removing the government Sustainable Development Fees (US$ 65/Person/Night) from the minimum package fees which is generally not permitted. Also to promote other remote parts of Bhutan the government is coming up with new products in each province. All are provided with certain budget and will be ready by next year mid
Held every spring and this is one of the most colourful and significant events in Paro, the valley comes alive in a riot of colours.
Eastern Bhutan is one of the least explored regions of the kingdom and offers one of most authentic experiences for adventure seekers. The entire region is awash in unspoiled natural beauty, towering cliffs and pristine forests with great variations in altitude and climatic conditions.
Central Bhutan is an exciting destination for all visitors. It includes some of the most significant historical and religious sites in the country. Bumthang district has some of the most ancient and important temples and monasteries in Bhutan
Timpu is the capital and largest city of Bhutan . Situated in the west central part of Bhutan
on the banks of Thimpu Chu River Apart from the enchanting scenic beauty, Thimpu has numerous Experiences to offer
Paro is one of the widest valleys in the kingdom and is covered in fertile rice fields with a crystalline river meandering through it make this valley a visual treat . A spirited hike takes you the Iconic – ‘Tigers Nest’ monastery
Punakha Dzongkhag (District) has been inextricably linked with momentous occasions in Bhutanese history. It served as the capital of the country from 1637 to 1907 and the first national assembly was hosted here in 1953. It is the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan and one of the most majestic structures in the country.
Ema Datshi: This is the National Dish of Bhutan. A spicy mix of chillis and the delicious local cheese known as Datshi. This dish is a staple of nearly every meal and can be found throughout the country. Variations on Ema Datshi include adding green beans, ferns, potatoes, mushrooms or swapping the regular cheese for yak cheese.
Momos: These Tibetan-style dumplings are stuffed with pork, beef or cabbages and cheese. Traditionally eaten during special occasions, these tasty treats are a Bhutanese favourite.
Phaksha Paa: Pork cooked with spicy red chillis.. A popular variation uses sun-dried (known as Sicaam). Hoentoe: Aromatic buckwheat dumplings stuffed with turnip greens, datshi (cheese), spinach and other ingredients.
Jasha Maru: Spicy minced chicken, tomatoes and other ingredients that is usually served with rice.