Visit the legendary Land of the Thunder Dragon. This beautiful and unique country has much to offer those interested in wildlife, mountains or ancient cultures. We offer tours of between 4 to 29 days. Trips can be cultural, easy walking or alpine tours. Bhutan is home to snow leopard, red panda and black necked crane as well as many beautiful plants and flowers.Bhutan offers an array of exciting outdoor activities as well as some wonderful sightseeing tours, cultural tour, trekking and Hiking in bhutan. We provide you excellent Travel and tours package trip to Bhutan. Vacation tours combine traveling to some of the best touristic destinations of Bhutan as well as indulging in adventure sports like mountain biking, river rafting and rock climbing. All Tour Package are cost effective and convenient travel options that can be tailor made to your requirements. Bhutan Unique Tour Package extends the people to people contact by offering travel packages for Bhutan, adventure tour package for Bhutan, Bhutan Travel Package, Bhutan Tourism information, Tours of Bhutan from India, Bhutan sightseeing packages, holidays in Bhutan, adventure travel in Bhutan, Bhutan tour packages for Trek Tours and much more. Bhutan tour packages of we serves as Bhutan travel guide. Bhutan lure ardent nature lovers and animal enthusiasts from various parts of the world each year. Its snow-capped peaks and misty valleys cast a spell upon the onlookers and you will definitely wish to extend your holidays in Bhutan once you have entered its hilly terrain. The tour packages for Bhutan embrace the interesting places of tourist interest. Bhutan is a perfect holiday destination for those who look for peace and seclusion during their vacations.
The packages take into account the important attractions such as monasteries, historical sites, Buddhist sites and lots more. The packages are custom made sometimes adding and subtracting places as per the convenience of the clients. The interests and needs of the travelers are also taken into consideration and the tourists are definitely going to get the true value for money. Places like Thimpu, Paro, Phuentsholing and Wangdi are generally covered in almost all the tours.
Most of these packages also cover the fairs and festivals of Bhutan. The accommodation provided is clean and spacious. They are well maintained properties and some of these are handled by a group of women who does everything from cleaning, cooking, maintaining hotel rooms and getting clients.
Tour packages for Bhutan come in the various prices depending upon the budget of the travelers and every need and requirement of the tourists have been taken care of. You can go through some of the packages that are listed below and can choose any of them suiting best to your needs and requirements. On your trip to Bhutan you will experience Bhutan's unmatched high-altitude beauty. Bhutan's peaceful folk, tradition-steeped way of life, and pristine environment are just about nonexistent elsewhere in the world. The government of Bhutan wants to keep the country this way and therefore has created certain guidelines for tourism--such as fixing the tour rate and requiring tourists to have a guided tour--which all tour operators must follow. Though the restrictions may seem tight, you will find that the all-inclusive prearranged package and the convenience of having a guide and driver will allow you to focus on your travels through shangri-la, while Bhutan Gateway Travel takes care of all the details.
Bhutan called by its people Druk Yul, the Land of the Thunder Dragon is home to a remarkable variety of climates and ecosystems. Essentially, the country is divided into three major land regions: plains and river valleys in the south; a mid-Himalayan (5,000 to 14,000 ft. high) area north of the valleys; and the mountainous lands in the Himalayas, which range from 14,000 to 24,000 ft. above sea level.Bhutan's unique natural beauty unites with a wide range of cultural values, languages, customs, and friendly social atmosphere. With a population 672,425 people, Bhutan is a tiny country full of colors. Carefully preserved between high mountains, Bhutan was never colonized and she has always protected her genuine culture in a natural environment. Bhutan is comprised of a mosaic of different peoples who continue to live in valleys isolated from one another and the outside world by formidable mountain passes. Differing ethnic groups are also distributed according to the varying environments. It is possible to divide Bhutan's population into three broad ethnic groups, though the distinctions blur in places.
Nature inspires us and gives us peace and calmness. Actually, whole Himalayas are noteworthy for their biological richness. Since the Himalayas' geologically recent origin less than 25 million years ago, they have molded the region's fauna and flora by limiting Indian species from moving northward, and Tibetan species from moving southward. Himalayan rivers were in place before the mountains were, and consequently, the river courses have remained unchanged while they have cut ever deeper gorges and valleys. These valleys have provided the main avenues of contact between Indian and Eurasian wildlife.
Bhutan, far less explored and catalogued, is still a mystery for the most people around the world. A land of legends, Yeti, folktales, Buddhist spirit. So the next time you plan a vacation, think of a visit to the ethnic 'Land of the Peaceful Thunder Dragon!'
The impressive capital Thimpu, the remote monastic valleys of Paro and Punakha, unique cultures and activities including archery contests!
The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is fast emerging from centuries of self imposed isolation. First opened to tourists in 1974 in very regulated manner upon the coronation of present Bhutanese King, this mountain kingdom is still perhaps the world’s most exclusive tourists destination. Due to the Royal Government’s far-sighted policy to preserve the countries pristine environment and its culture, the harmful effects to industrialization and mass tourism on the environment and the traditional lifestyle of Bhutanese have been carefully avoided. This makes Bhutan a truly unique destination. An unspoiled country with majestic mountains, a unique cultural heritage preserved for many centuries, an architectural style like no other, a landfill of warm hearted and friendly people, reveals a true paradise in the lost era of the present century.