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Welcome to Bhutan! A tiny Himalayan Kingdom where things are done differently (and awesomely) in equal measure. By law, 60% of the whole country is protected national forest, and it actually absorbs more carbon than it uses, which makes Bhutan tours perfect for trekkers, monastery-lovers, Buddhist pilgrims and the merely curious. I will lead you up to the Tiger's Nest, mummy of our founder Zhabdrung at majestic Punakha Dzong and show you where to find most spicy Ema datshi (chili novices, watch your step).
Bhutan has many names, the last Shangri-La, the land of the thunder dragon, southern land of medicinal herbs, the world's happiest country. Bhutan has also become the next place to be if you want to do some soul-searching or stare dramatically into the distance. If the unique culture and interesting history can't do the job for you, Dzongs and amazing scenery can also make for a good background, if that's all you're looking for when travelling.
Where is Bhutan?
Bhutan is land-locked sandwiched between India and China. It is also in the middle of the Himalayas which makes getting there extremely difficult. The airport in Paro is considered to be one of the most dangerous in the world and only a few pilots are trained to land there! Its unique geographical location almost ensures that Bhutan is relatively untouched by crash fingers of modernity. Bhutan remains very much culturally intact and is often considered to be the last stronghold of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Culture & tradition.
Bhutanese culture and the architecture that comes with it is simply amazing. The brightly painted dzongs and the red robes of the monks make for a brilliant composition. Bhutan is ridiculously photogenic that you can just close your eyes and point your camera anywhere and still get a good photo.

I would be delighted to welcome you in Bhutan!

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Experiencing Gross National Happiness in a VIP tour of Bhutan

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Experiencing Gross National Happiness in a VIP tour of Bhutan
Places: Thimphu-Paro-Punakha-WangduePhodrang

Available throughout the year.

The tour revolves round understanding the concept of GNH. The term GNH or Gross National Happiness is a development philosophy or an attempt to measure development based on well-being and not so much on the conventional concept of GDP. Gross National Happiness has four pillars, which are given below.

Equitable and equal socio-economic development,
Promotion and preservation of cultural and spiritual heritage,
Protection and conservation of environment,
Good governance.

In this tour we will experience happiness from the day we land at Paro airport.
The draft itinerary has been developed considering the interest of groups in studying and seeing how the GNH concepts are infused in our day-to-day affairs and in our developmental processes. The itinerary can be revised in feasible order, to incorporate local events or celebrations depending on your interest

Experiencing Gross National Happiness in a VIP tour of Bhutan

Profile image of tour guide Passang

Experiencing Gross National Happiness in a VIP tour of Bhutan
Places: Thimphu-Paro-Punakha-WangduePhodrang

Available throughout the year.

The tour revolves round understanding the concept of GNH. The term GNH or Gross National Happiness is a development philosophy or an attempt to measure development based on well-being and not so much on the conventional concept of GDP. Gross National Happiness has four pillars, which are given below.

Equitable and equal socio-economic development,
Promotion and preservation of cultural and spiritual heritage,
Protection and conservation of environment,
Good governance.

In this tour we will experience happiness from the day we land at Paro airport.
The draft itinerary has been developed considering the interest of groups in studying and seeing how the GNH concepts are infused in our day-to-day affairs and in our developmental processes. The itinerary can be revised in feasible order, to incorporate local events or celebrations depending on your interest

Tours of Passang

Thimphu, Paro, Punakha & Wangduephodrang Private Tour

Taktsang Monastery (Tiger nest )

$ 2920 Per person

Day 1: Arrival: Paro and drive to Thimphu (1 hour)

Arrive at Paro airport, I will be with you throughout your visit. Visit Tachog Lhakhang. Sightseeing towards Thimphu valley.

Day 2: Thimphu, Start time 8:00 am.
Visit National....

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Thimphu, Paro, Punakha & Wangduephodrang Private Tour

Taktsang Monastery (Tiger nest )

$ 2920 Per person

Day 1: Arrival: Paro and drive to Thimphu (1 hour)

Arrive at Paro airport, I will be with you throughout your visit. Visit Tachog Lhakhang. Sightseeing towards Thimphu valley.

Day 2: Thimphu, Start time 8:00 am.
Visit National....

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Thimphu, Paro, Punakha & Wangduephodrang Private Tour

Taktsang Monastery (Tiger nest )

$ 2920 Per person

Day 1: Arrival: Paro and drive to Thimphu (1 hour)
Arrive at Paro airport, I will be with you throughout your visit. Visit Tachog Lhakhang. Sightseeing towards Thimphu valley.
Day 2: Thimphu, Start time 8:00 am.
Visit National Library, Tarayang....

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