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Bhutan Dragon Adventures
…Indomitable spirits of the Himalayas…
For the centuries the highest mountains in the world have hidden a tiny jewel, the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan.
Come to Bhutan;
explore with us this mystical country. You will find it one of the last
pristine places on earth –a place of unspoiled natural beauty and heartwarming
hospitality. Until 1999, there was no TV or internet! Our Dragon adventure team
will make your trip to the land
of Thunder Dragon
exciting, intriguing and fun.
Travel Information for the Visitors to Bhutan.
Bhutan maintains a policy of restricted number of tourists which enable us to earn the foreign currency that our country requires
for careful development programmes but also maintains a level which minimize
effect to the natural environment and cultural. Visitors are encouraged to come
in packages organized by Bhutanese tour operators such as Bhutan Dragon
Adventures. The package tour includes all the meals, accommodations, local
transportations. Tour guides and entry fees for monuments and museums.
Entry to Bhutan:
Bhutan can be entered either by Air (Druk Air line) or by over land. The national airline flies from Bangkok,
Delhi, Dacca, Katmandu, and Kolkata.
Entry by land is from India
through the states if West Bengal that shares a border with Bhutan’s border town Phuntsholing
Note: Air fares, Bhutan Visa fees, Tourism Development Fund (TDF), Medical costs, Alcohol beverages and Insurances are to be borne by the visitors.
Discovering of Bhutan and services we offers.
We are always motivated to provide our best services to make you feel at home. We take great care and
delivering our services so that you will have wonderful stay with us. We are
passionate about travel and committed in making you stay in Bhutan memorable
and special, as such we are specialize in and arrange the following trips.
~ Bhutan General Cultural tours
~ Bhutan Festival tours
~ Bhutan Textile tours
~ Bhutan Photography tours
~ Filming tours
~ Trekking tours
~ Multi-sport Adventure trips
~ Flora and Fauna tours and many more within Bhutan.
We also provide personalized services catering to you individual need. We are very happy that you have spent
your time to read of hers and we look forward to welcoming you to Bhutan for an unforgettable visit to this magic
kingdom hidden in the Himalayas. For more
travel information on Bhutan
visit us at : www.go2bhutan.com
Trekking between unclimbed peaks.
Trekking in Bhutan is a unique experience unlike many of the more crowded treks offered in Asia. The
variety of treks range from a simple three- day trek from the district of the Thimphu to Paro to the 28 days legendary Snowmen trek
that takes veteran trekkers through some of the most exquite sports in the country.
The Snowmen trek is also labeled the world’s toughest trek as it goes over 12-
14 mountains passes all of them over 4,500m -5, 000m.
All the trekking supply Camping
equipment, kitchen implements, food, are carried by packed animals. Porters are
rather unusual in Bhutan
with loads usually carted by horses or higher region by Yaks. For the walkers
are most appropriate trekking times are mid March and mid September to
beginning of November. There are how ever also trekking routes that are better
suited the summer or winter.
Culturally this country has no parallel. For many centuries the Himalaya isolated Bhutan so that its language, society
and social customs developed with little external influence. The culture based
purely on Buddhist philosophy. It is neither borrowed nor made in recent years,
the roots of its existence are as old the existence of the land and people
themselves. Nowhere is this better witness than in the Tshechu rituals. These
festivals reenact Bhutanese history and religious lesions for successive
generations, while providing great community enjoyment.
The people of Bhutan still live a primarily agrarian life. The country is largely populated by the three
ethnic groups. In the Eastern areas, Sharchops predominate and are believed to
be the earliest inhabitants. In the West you will fined Naglops of Tibetan
descent and in the South many Nepalese who began settling in Bhutan in the 1900’s. The Bhutanese
are warm friendly, peace loving, hard working and enjoy a great sense of humor.
Bhutan Dragon Adventures is licensed by Tourism Council of Bhutan under Ministry of Economic Affairs and is
operated by the group of committed staff. We are always looking forward to
offer you a great opportunity to explore our unexplored Buddhist country.
Our Postal Address.
Bhutan Dragon Adventures
P.O Box No. 304.