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Bhutan is a country which has its origins surrounded in mystery, an enigmatic Shangri-La perhaps. It’s a magical land blessed by nature, with an abundance of culture, religion and beauty everywhere you see. Take in the vibrant architecture of the monasteries, dzongs and the temples in the countryside. Walk in the Himalayan wilderness or balance your way through lush green fields. Get up close with God’s own creations. And meditate, like the wise old man at the top of the mountain…
Located in the southern foothills of the mighty Himalayas, Bhutan is about 46,500 square kilometres in area and has a population of less than eight lakh people. It may be tiny – even more so, considering its neighbours are the most populous and second-most populous nations on Earth – but it’s a country that’s bigger than the two when it comes to sheer happiness! A remarkable way of administering a country, here the enlightened Bhutan government prioritises the happiness and well-being of its people as a form of governance.
Take in the vibrant architecture of the monasteries, dzongs and the temples in the countryside. Walk in the Himalayan wilderness or balance your way through lush green fields. Get up close with God’s own creations on the Wanderers Fun Loving Elders Group Tour to Bhutan.
The Chorten was built to honor the 3rd King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, it is a prominent landmark in the city with its Golden Spires and Bells and it is literally the most visible religious lan
The valley of Gangtey is one of the most beautiful spots in Bhutan. A few kilometers beyond the Gangtey Monastery, on the valley floor lie’s the village of Phobjikha. This place is the winter home of black necked cranes that migrate from the arid plains in the north to pass winter in milder and lower climate.
It has been housed in Drubthob Goemba (monastery). There are about 70 nuns who live and pray every day in the monastery. The beautiful view of Tashicho Dzong can be seen from the nunnery.
Visit Motithang Takin Preservation centre to see the rare "Takin" the national Animal of Bhutan. Often referred as a goat with an attitude
Rinpung Dzong is a large dzong - Buddhist monastery and fortress - of the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu school in Paro District, Bhutan. It houses the district Monastic Body and government administrative offices of Paro Dzongkhag. It is listed as a tentative site in Bhutan's list for UNESCO inclusion.
National Museum of Bhutan is a cultural museum in the town of Paro in western Bhutan. Established in 1968, in the renovated ancient Ta-dzong building, above Rinpung Dzong under the command of His Majesty, the King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the third hereditary Monarch of Bhutan.
The Divine Madman is such a popular character in Tibetan Buddhism folklore that a temple, Chimi Lhakhang (translated to mean “Temple of the Divine Madman”) was built in his honour. The temple is believed to bless couples who seek fertility
Get greeted by beautiful prayer wheel & colorful prayer flags at the base camp of UNESCO World Heritage Site Taktshang Monastery.
Visit one of the longest suspension bridge in Bhutan, spanning 160 -180m and perched high above the very swift river of Po Chhu, draped with prayer flags.This area offers breath taking views and it’s a delight for human eyes as well as camera lens
The Paro valley extends from the confluence of the Paro Chhu and the Wang Chhu rivers at Chuzom upto Mt. Jomolhari at the Tibetan border to the North. This picturesque region is one of the widest valleys in the kingdom and is covered in fertile rice fields and has a beautiful, crystalline river meandering down the valley.
Thrung Trung Karmo as this bird is passionately known in Bhutan. Black-necked Crane center is the subject of many Bhutanese songs and folklore. These birds are considered as the holy messenger, symbol of peace and prosperity.Visit the Black Necked Crane Information Centre and catch a glimpse of these cranes.
Visit the famous Monastery in Paro - The Jowo Temple of Kyichu is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, originally built in the 7th century by the Tibetan Emperor Songtsen Gampo. It is considered to be one of the 108 border taming temples he built.
The river rafting in Mochu river is a exciting yet scenic experience with many opportunity to see hundreds of birds.
Archery is the national sport of Bhutan. It is a deep part of the culture of the Bhutanese people, it is considered as one of their most important traditions. Get to try your skills at Bhutan’s national sport of archery.