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Festivals in Bhutan

Posted on Sat October 19, 2019 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

Each village, community and district celebrate the Tshechu in their various style and fashion – however the main theme is same everywhere with slight variations depending upon the ethnic background, tradition and local myths. The festivals revolve around well choreographed masked dances based mostly on incidents from the life of Guru Rinpoche or Padmasambhava, the saint who introduced Buddhism to Bhutan in the eight century. Witnessing the masked dances is very spiritual and most importantly one is cleansed of all sins and bestowed with blessings and good wishes.

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Details of The Daily Program of Thimphu Festival

Posted on Mon April 15, 2019 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

One of the most celebrated Festivals of Bhutan is the Thimphu Tshechu or the Thimphu Festival. The Thimphu Tshechu is performed at the Tendrel Thang, the performing courtyard adjacent to the spectacular and magnificent Tashi Chho Dzong or the Fortress of Glorious Religion.

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Top 5 Star Hotels & Resorts in Bhutan

Posted by Tashi on Wed March 27, 2019 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

Bhutan is progressively becoming a top hotspot tourist destination famed for its pristine almost untouched nature, unique culture and traditions, and its Happiness Policy exhibited by the smiling Bhutanese people in their warm and hospitable nature. The Royal Government of Bhutan and related tourism sectors including Tour Operators continuously work towards living up to its respectable reputation in terms of providing excellent service and facilities.

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AmanKora in Bhutan

Posted by Sonam on Fri November 2, 2018 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

Of the many international chain of star hotels and combos, AmanKora is the No.1 in terms of star and value for money.

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Trekking in Bhutan

Posted by Sonam on Tue July 3, 2018 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

To make your trekking all the more comfortable you will be accompanied by your very own dedicated trekking team consisting of a trekking tour guide, a trained chef and helper, horse men and horses to carry your luggage. All you need to carry is a sunscreen, camera and a water bottle. Medical assistance will be at your call if necessary. Your trekking team will take off before you so that the campsite is well prepared once you get there; you will be welcomed with a hot beverage with snacks, bonfire/campfire where possible and your pitched tents.

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