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Bhutan is located in the south part of Mount Everest. The mountains in Bhutan, where offer postcard-worthy sceneries, are home to countless historical monasteries. Most our customers admire sceneries and learn about Bhutanese culture and history by hiking to those monasteries.
The Bhutan tour packages below allow you to travel to the most beautiful mountains and valleys, visit the most sacred monasteries and learn about the most authentic Bhutanese culture in local museums. Please also feel free to let us know if you want to do more hiking or travel to Bhutan during local festivals. It is our honor to design a satisfactory Bhutan tour with reasonable price for you!
Most our customers told us "It is an unbelievable to trek on the Himalayan Mountain Range in Bhutan". You will feel you are so close to the sky when you are trekking on the highest mountain on the world. The mountain does not only offer trekkers splendid views, but also huge power, which could help you overcome huge difficulties in future.
Both easy and professional Bhutan trek tour packages are listed below. If you are a new trekker, it is recommended to take a 5 days’ trek on mountains whose altitude is only around 2000 meters. If you have been fully prepared for trekking on giant mountains who stand nearly 5000 meters above the sea level, we also have professional team to help you fulfill your dream. Just let us know your idea and we will arrange every thing for you.
As a religious kingdom, Bhutan tourism features its unique religious festival tours, which attracts thousands of tourists annually. The Tshechu Festival is the most important festival in Bhutan. Bhutanese people celebrate this festival in memory of Guru Rinpoche, who introduced the Buddhism to Bhutan.
The time of Tshechu Festival varies in different areas of Bhutan. Local monks and villagers transform to dancers and singers during the festival, sometimes, they invite tourists to dance together.
Besides the Tshechu Festival, there are some other intriguing local festivals, such as the Haa Summer festival, Jambay Lhakhang Drup Festival, Black Necked Crane Festival, Druk Wangyel Festival, Punakha Talo Festival, Bumthang Domkhar Festival and Ura Yakchoe Festival. Feel free to let us know if you want to celebrate these festivals with local people.
There are many similarities between Bhutan and India. For example, they are both located in the south slope of the Himalaya Mountain. They are both religious countries. And tourism is one of major industries for both Bhutan and Nepal.
Their most important similarity to tourists is that the two countries are both popular trekking destinations. Most trekking routes in Bhutan are located on high mountains with high-density vegetation cover, while the snow-capped mountains in Nepal are paradise for trekkers.
Besides trek, the unique culture, festivals and history are also the reasons why thousands of tourists travel to Bhutan and Nepal. Please Check out the well-designed Bhutan and Nepal tour packages listed as below to discover more surprising highlights in these two Himalayan Kingdoms.