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Bhutan Treks and Tours : Central Bhutan Tour.

Posted by himalman On 6/01/2009 09:11:00 am

Bhutan lies in the eastern Himalayas, between Tibet to the north, the Indian territories of Assam and bhutan main Bhutan Treks and Tours : Central Bhutan Tour.West Bengal, to the south and east, and Sikkim to the west. Bhutan is a tiny country has a total area of about 47,00 square KM. Bhutan is loacted in the heart of the high Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is a land-locked country like Nepal surrounded by mountains.The sparsely populated Greater Himalayas, bounded to the north by the Tibetan plateau, reach heights of over 7,300 meters (23,950ft.), and extend southward losing height, to form the fertile valleys of the Lesser Himalayas divided by the Wang, Sunkosh, Trongsa and Manas Rivers. Monsoon influences promote dense forestation in this region and alpine growth at higher altitudes. The cultivated central uplands and Himalayan foothills support the majority of the population. In the south, the Duars (the gates or doors; the traditional 18 points of access into Bhutan from the Indian plain.) drop sharply away from the Himalayas into the large tracts of semi-tropical forest, savannah grassland and bamboo jungles. Bhutan has remained a hidden Kingdom by choice for many years. Today, it has opened its door to visitors, and a small number of people are welcome to explore the Kingdom.

7 Night/ 8 Days Bhutan Tour. Bhutan Group Tours to Thimpu, Paro, Wangdi and Punakha Valleys.

The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan offers Western and Asian tourist a unique and well preserved bhutan tour_centeralculture and heritage of this beautiful country. A majority of the Bhutanese people are of Tibetan origin and follow a sect of Tibetan Buddhism. One of the least densely populated countrries in Aisa, Bhutan offers a charming culture and hospitable people amongst a grand landscape of forested mountains and deep valleys gushing with clear rivers. Visit quaint villages with wooden singled rooms, great fortressed dzongs and Buddhist monasteries as you literally travel back in time. We offer short 4 to 5 day tours to Bhutan as well as week long tours to experience Bhutan’s famous western valleys. The longer Bhutan tours will take you to the central valleys of Bumthang and even to little visited far Eastern towns of Mongar and Tashigang. Join our Group tours to Bhutan or we can arrange customized private tour to Bhutan.

Day By Day Itinerary:

Fly Bangkok to Paro, Bhutan.
Afternoon visit Museum and Paro Town. Hotel.
Flights are also available from Kathmandu and New Delhi.
Hike to Taktsang Monastery (3-4 hrs).
Overnight hotel in Paro.
Drive Paro to Thimpu. Afternoon sightseeing.
Overnight at hotel in Thimpu.
Day Excurdion to Punakha & Wangdue valleys.
Overnight hotel in Paro.
Day excursion to Phobjekha valley.
Overnight hotel in Punakha.
Drive to Thimpu. Afternoon free in Thimpu.
Overnight at hotel in Thimpu.
Return to Paro. Afternoon in Paro.
Overnight hotel in Paro.
Fly from Paro to Bangkok, Kathmandu or New Delhi. End of Tour.

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