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This is what we are talking about Bhutan, where people have drawn a rich culture from heritage and made it the essence of their unique identity and main goal in life is happiness.

As mystical as its name may sound, the Land of Thunder Dragon (Bhutan) is an existing culture and possibly the last living example of a rich Himalayan society.

You may never find a more enlightening travel destination today on earth than the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Perched high on the mighty Himalayan mountain ranges, this tiny kingdom has defied globalization and chosen to remain a hidden paradise, accessible only by few fortunate and nature lovers.

BHUTAN TEXTILE TOUR : Bhutan has the finest textile with its intricate patterns, designs, skills and creations, which are unmatchable anywhere in the world. Weaving is the only dominated art of the women in Bhutan – they mostly weave the traditional dress called kira for woman and gho for man, however, new fashion trends are emerging rapidly. In this textile touring, witness the best-known Kishuthara weaving (multicoloured silk patterning on a kira) in Khoma village in Lhuentse (Eastern Bhutan) and the famous Yathra weaving in Bumthang (Central Bhutan). Readmore

HONEYMOON HOLIDAY IN BHUTAN : We welcomes all the newlyweds who haven’t gone for their honeymoon yet to Bhutan for their honeymoon holiday. Let us assist you for your perfect honeymoon to relax, have fun and enhance romance in this peaceful country (also known as the ‘Gross National Happiness’ country). Bhutan is a tiny country which prides itself for endless paradises: a trekker’s paradise, an environmentalist’s paradise, a birdwatcher’s or an orthinologist’s paradise, a paradise for flora and fauna with its rich biological diversity and over 72% forest cover. In short, the last Shangri-La in the world, where a journey few travellers ever experience and is today one of the most sought after travel destinations. Readmore

SPRITUAL TOURS : The Buddhist way of life of peace, loving kindness and wisdom is just as relevant today as it was in the past. Buddha explained that all our problems and suffering arise from confused and negative states of mind, and that all our happiness and good fortune arise from peaceful and positive states of mind. He taught methods for gradually overcoming our negative minds such as anger, jealousy and ignorance, and developing our positive minds such as love, compassion and wisdom. Through this we learn to experience lasting peace and happiness. Readmore

 

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