Haa Summer Festival

HAA SUMMER FESTIVAL  Set among pristine lakes and high alpine valleys, the Haa summer festival is a lively and uplifting celebration of traditional living-culture, nomadic lifestyles, unique Bhutanese cuisine, traditional sports and religious performances. It provides unparalleled insight into the lives and traditions of Bhutan’s nomadic herders. Immerse yourself in this one of a kind […]

Travel the land of thunder dragon

Land of the thunder dragon. Hidden deep in the folds of the great Himalaya mountains for years, Bhutan developed its own civilization. The population of about 700,000 people, living in close harmony with nature, evolved a unique identity, derived largely from a rich religion and cultural heritage. Today, the world is seeing many exotic aspects […]

Trekking the Himalaya

Explore what truly sets Bhutan apart from anywhere else and discover one of the most remote kingdoms on earth. Whether you are looking for a day hike or a gruelling 31 day adventure, Bhutan has it all.  Pristine mountain lakes, imposing glaciers and some of the world’s most endangered species await you in the mountainous […]

Bhutan in the Eastern Himalaya.

Bhutan is located on the southern slopes of the eastern Himalayas, landlocked between the Tibet Autonomous Region to the north and the Indian states of Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh to the west and south. It lies between latitudes 26°N and 29°N, and longitudes 88°E and 93°E. The land consists mostly of steep and high mountains crisscrossed by a network of swift rivers, which form deep valleys before draining […]

Fortress of Bhutan

Dzongs (fortresses) are Bhutanese architectural masterpieces built in the past to serve a number of purposes. They served as administrative centers and as houses for the clergy. They were also used as garrisons by the army and people gathered in the dzong courtyards during festivities. Dzongs are of three types – pre-Zhabdrung dzongs, Zhabdrung-era dzongs […]

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