Cultural Tours

Those who make the rare journey into the Kingdom will discover that this is indeed an exclusive place with a truly indigenous experience to offer. Bhutan's beautiful unspoiled and pristine landscape, ancient Buddhist culture, imposing architecture and people will enchant you. The air and the environment are not polluted and there are no crowds. Following are the sample itineraries. It can always be modified and changed as per your choice and specification. We help you develop your trip around your schedule and according to your interests and schedule. You may choose dates that better fit your schedule.

Bon-Choe

The local name for animism is Bon-choe and it predates Buddhism. The name draws some negative undertones whenever mentioned because, some elements of blood sacrifice called Mar-choe is prevalent in Bon-choe. With the onset of Buddhism such practices where slowly replaced and now most blood sacrifices are substituted by effigy rituals called Kar-choe. The Bhutanese way of life is deeply rooted with animist rituals but we are not aware of it when Buddhist and Hindu philosophies are so prominent. The animist rituals have always been a per-requisite to Bhutan's social and cultural heritage and should not be brushed aside as some rustic mumbo jumbo. Aspiritual person could revere such practices as a religion, while a rationalist could respect it as an ecological necessity. Bon-choe does hav

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Bhutan, the land of the peaceful dragon

  Bhutan, the land of the peaceful dragon: (9 nights & 10 days) DAY 01 Paro (arrival) to Thimphu Arrives in Paro by Druk Air flights, greetings by guides. Then visit Ta dzong (National Museum), Paro Rinpung dzong. After lunch drive to Thimphu, the capital. Overnight in Thimphu.DAY 02 THIMPHU Today you will explore Thimphu valley, the list of sightseeing are visiting Memorial Chorten, Folk Heritage Museum, Changangkha Lhakhang, Insitute of arts & crafts, National Library, Mini zoo, Zilukha Nunnery, Institute of Traditional medicines, Textile museum, and Trashichoe dzong. Overnight in Thimphu.DAY 03 Thimphu to Trongsa Today after breakfast you will drive to Trongsa, the central Bhutan. En-route you will cross Dochula pass (3116m), Wangdue and Pele la pass(3390m). overnight in

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Exploring the hidden Paradise on earth

Exploring the hidden Paradise on earth: (12 nights & 13 days) DAY 01 Paro (Arrival) You will arrive in Bhutan by Druk air flights. Then you will escort by your guide and visit Ta dzong(National museum), Rinpung dzong, kyichu lhakhang, and Drugyel dzong. Overnight in Paro.DAY 02 Paro to Thimphu Today you will hike Tiger’s nest in the morning and in the evening you will drive to Thimphu the capital. overnight in Thimphu.DAY 03 Thimphu In Thimphu you will visit Memorial chorten, changangkha lhakhang, minizoo, zilukha nunnery, national library, institute of arts & crafts, folk heritage museum, textile museum, weaving centre, and trashi choedzong. Overnight in Thimphu.DAY 04 Thimphu to Punakha Drives towards Punakha en-route Dochula pass (3116m) and visit Chimi Lhakhang the te

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Exploring Western Bhutan

  Exploring Western Bhutan: (6 nights & 7 days) Explore western parts of Bhutan in 6 days, 5 nights. This includes the visit of Paro, Thimphu, punakha and Wangdue valley.DAY 01 Paro (Arrival) Arrives in Paro by Druk air flight, where you will see a breathtaking view of Himalaya range from your flight. Upon arrival in Paro you will be greeted by your guide and escort to the hotel. After lunch begin your tour visiting Ta Dzong (National Museum), and Rinpung Dzong (fortress). Night halt at Paro.DAY 02 Paro to Thimphu Begin your day by driving towards Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. In the capital visit Memorial chorten, folk heritage museum, National library and Institute of arts & crafts. After lunch visit changangkha lhakhang, Mini zoo, zilukha nunnery and have tea break in to

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Bon-Choe

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The local name for animism is Bon-choe and it predates Buddhism. The name draws some negative undertones whenever mentioned because, some

elements of blood sacrifice called Mar-choe is prevalent in Bon-choe. With the onset of Buddhism such practices where slowly replaced and now most

blood sacrifices are substituted by effigy rituals called Kar-choe.

The Bhutanese way of life is deeply rooted with animist rituals but we are not aware of it when Buddhist and Hindu philosophies are so prominent. The animist rituals have always been a per-requisite to Bhutan's social and cultural heritage and should not be brushed aside as some rustic mumbo jumbo.

Aspiritual person could revere such practices as a religion, while a rationalist could respect it as an ecological necessity. Bon-choe does have higher practies of tantric nature, subsequent to yoga and meditation. There are also higher teachings of Great Accomplishment (Dzongchen) in Bon practices.

In Bhutan, animist traditions helped in the preservation of our enviroment. A core animist belief is that human beings are just visitors on this planet and

that the permanent owners are the guardian spirits. And to live in harmony on this planet, the humans must pay their respects to these guardians.

To name a few, one may find that Tso-mems (water spirits) rule the water world and Dra-tsens (cliff spirits) own the rocky cliffs. Likewise, we may find

that Jomo is the guardian of the fauna and  Mem of flora; Gang-tsens are the spirits of the ridges and Lhung-tsens are wind spirits. There are others like the Gyalpos (kings),

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