An abode of gods?
Bhutan is the last bastion of vijrayana Buddhism, a spiritual practice that is known to be one of the most profound schools of teaching in the Bouddhist world. The scared monasteries that sit precariously on sheer cliffs, the fluttering prayers flag that line the high ridges, the red robbed monks who chant through the day and night, give this kingdom an aura that comes from another time.
The people of Bhutan have drawn a rich culture this heritage and made it essence of their unique identity. They have decided that man can only survive, and truly live by being in touch with the past. The onslaught of globalization is balanced with the values that have kept human society together through the age.
It is no surprise that the main goal in life for the Bhutanese people is happiness. Evan the mandate of the modern Bhutanese state is Gross National Happiness. In translation, the means that economies development, a goal for much of humanity is only a means to the real goal of happiness.
The kingdom of Bhutan today may be man’s last unventured destination. That is how the Bhutanese people would like to keep it. Thus the carefully controlled tourism policy of the Bhutanese gov. that say’s in essence: take nothing but picture, leave nothing but Footstep.
Travel to remote destinations in Bhutan and experience the heavenly sites. Join for scrumptious Bhutanese meals served by your farmhouse hosts. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore some of the most popular sites including Paro Valley, Drukgyal Dzong & Dochu-la Pass.
DAY 01: PARO ARRIVAL .
DAY 02: EXPLORE THIMPHU.
DAY 03: THIMPHU – PHOBJIKHA.
DAY 04: GANGTEY - PARO.
DAY 05: EXPLORE PARO
DAY 06: DEPARTURE FROM PARO
Baneshwor, - . Kathmandu Nepal
Valid from 01-Dec-2012 untill 31-Dec-2013
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