Bhutan a small Himalayan kingdom tucked between great giant countries of Tibet towards North and India towards South-West and East with close distance to Bangladesh and Nepal. Bhutan, remains as special country where visitors can take great delights traveling into this pristine, untouched and undisturbed country by modern civilization of 21 st century. The country known as Druk, means Thundering Dragon in native language, where culture, religion and traditions remains similar to Tibetan custom and its way of simple life in the harmony of serene environment and beautiful snow capped mountains, that makes Bhutan a special country than other neighboring Asian countries.
Bhutan for a small country boasts with wide range of interesting tour in the shade of historical background of its ancient forts known as Dzong-Palaces- Temples and impressive Buddhist Monasteries. Bhutan a unique travel destination where you can explore its hidden
Trekking in Bhutan offers wide range of adventure walks from moderate-adventurous to demanding grades of trekking, from day hike and trek for a week or more which leads you to enjoy its pristine surrounding of green valleys, rolling green hills dotted with farm villages
Bhutan festivals are held in all districts of Bhutan in honor of Guru Rinpoche, and Buddhist guru who introduced Buddhism to Bhutan. Bhutan Festivals are held on auspicious days and months as per the Bhutanese calendar. Festivals in Bhutan are also a big family and social occasions. People dress up in their finest clothes and most resplendent jewelry of coral and turquoise. They pack picnic lunches in their traditional bamboo baskets and stay all day at the festivals which are usually held in the Dzongs (fortresses) or at monasteries.
Bhutanese culture and life style are vivid and colorful interwoven with the teaching of Buddhism religion, that make their life style and tradition similar to Tibetan custom, as the history shows that one time Bhutan was a separate colony of Tibet where since hundred of
All tourists (excluding Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian passport holders) who wish to travel to Bhutan require a visa and must book their holiday through a Bhutan tour Operator Company or one of their international partners. The tour operator will take care of Bhutan Visa arrangements for visitors.
Indian, Bangladeshis and Maldivian nationals can obtain a visa at the port of entry on producing a valid passport with a minimum of 6 month validity (Indian nationals may also use their Voters Identity Card (VIC)).