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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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Bhutan Cuisine, Food in Bhutan

Posted by Tashi on Wed June 20, 2018 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

Bhutanese cuisine by far uniquely stands out from the world simply for its simplicity and taste. In comparison to traditional Bhutanese cuisine no other cuisine comes even close in its taste and experience. That is why for the visiting foreigner food in Bhutan is an adventure in itself.

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All You Must Know Before You Plan Your Bhutan Holiday

Posted by Sonam on Wed June 20, 2018 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

Please read carefully the following rules before you plan your holiday in Bhutan

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Bhutan for Potographers

Posted on Wed March 7, 2018 in Travel Tips to Bhutan.

As you travel to Bhutan, you will learned that Bhutan is one of the least unexplored country in the world and ranked amongst the top ten ultimate tourist destination and global hotspots. Cradled in the folds of the mighty Himalayan ranges this tiny Kingdom of Bhutan- the peaceful Thunder Dragon remains an exotic destination and top of the bucket list for travelling. Situated on the eastern Himalayas, Bhutan sits inconspicuously in between two giant nations – China in the north and India to the south.

Sandwiched in between two mighty nations, Bhutan is an independent country and was never colonized by any foreign power (definitely not because of lack of trying)! History records show that Bhutan was invaded by both the countries centuries ago, but were successfully chased out and defeated.

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