Depending on your specific area of interest and your time schedule there are various Bhutan trip packages you can choose from for your trip to Bhutan.
Its centuries old Buddhist heritage and largely intact pristine natural environment, within which thrives an astonishing diversity of animal and plant species, make Bhutan one of the most exclusive destinations in the world. To many visitors, bhutan bokar makes a trip to Bhutan peacefully is like going back in time.
Bhutan Tour Packages generally offer a trip that allows visitors to experience its rich culture and pristine natural environment. This will include visits national monuments such as 17th century fortresses that in the days of yore served as military installations and seat of political authority and governance.
These ancient fortresses, which are still used today to house the monastic body and the civil governance offices of the district administration are fine examples of Bhutanese architectural style that came from Tibet and over the centuries acquired a distinctive style of its own.
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You will also visit ancient temples and monasteries, some dating back to the 7th century before the advent of Buddhism in Bhutan. These temples hold the stories of Bhutan as it evolved into a hidden land where the Buddha dharma flourished for more than a 1,000 years.
The package could also include attending the tshechu, a religious festival, which is one of the best ways to experience Bhutan’s ancient Buddhist culture and tradition.
You will attend the festival together with the locals who will be dressed in their best attire to be part of year’s biggest social occasion.
The festival offers an excellent opportunity for photography with the monks performing the sacred dances in masks and colourful costumes.
The festival also allows you to enjoy the architecture of the ancient temples and monasteries, which serve as venues for the tshechus.
Also included in the tour programme will be walks and hikes through the countryside essentially to allow you to enjoy Bhutan’s pristine environment and awe inspiring Himalayan landscape.
One such hike that is generally included in a Bhutan Tour packages is the hike to the Taktshang Monastery, Bhutan’s most iconic site and one of the holiest Buddhist pilgrimage sites in the Himalayan region. To know more about this beautiful bhutan visit us bokar website.
The monastery that was founded in the eighth century is an awe inspiring sight; it hangs to a sheer cliff 900 metres above the valley in Paro. The uphill walk to this monastery is about three hours at moderate pace through pine forests and occasional groves of prayer flags.
Once you get to monastery, you will behold one of the most beautiful views filled with spiritual energy.…