Wildlife: The ecosystem of Bhutan is very rich and extremely diverse. There are presence of rugged mountains and deep valleys. According to a government law there will be 60% of forest cover of all ti...
Wildlife: The ecosystem of Bhutan is very rich and extremely diverse. There are presence of rugged mountains and deep valleys. According to a government law there will be 60% of forest cover of all time. There are many National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries present in the country which houses endangered species. Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, TrumshingLa National Park, Royal Manas National Park, Jigme Dorji National Park, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Wangchuck Wildlife Sanctuary and many more are located in this country. Do include the visit to Wildlife parks and sanctuaries in your Bhutan Tour Package.
Cuisine: The cuisine of Bhutan is laced with spices. The residents of Bhutan do not get pleasure from food if it is not spicy. Rice form the main dish in every meal here. Rice is usually accompanied by one or two side dishes which can be vegetables, pork, beef or chicken. The other important dishes are Ara (drink), Dal, Ema datshi (hzXQbZrc
) (also spelled "Ema datse"), Tsheringma tea and Yak butter. Overall one can say that the food is very delicious in nature. Enjoy the traditional food here.
Adventure: In Bhutan tour packages do include the fun-filled trekking, Mountain Biking and Hiking. You will completely enjoy it all in mountainous landscapes. People from far and near come together for this adventure in Bhutan. They take pleasure from it and share stories later on. If you go to Bhutan do take up this once in a lifetime adventure.
Monasteries and Temples: there are many ancient places of worship in Bhutan. There is the ruins of Drugyal Dzong; it is a very important historical site, because it was from this Dzong or fortress the Bhutanese forces countered Tibetan invasions earlier. This site presents before you a superb panorama of Mount Chomolhari, “Mountain of Goddess” . A little further in the south of the road is Kyichu Lhakhang. Built by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet in the 7th century, this temple is believed to be one of the twelve great geomantric temples.
Art and Craft: The country is rich in art and craft department. Many people take souvenirs from this country and share as a gift or keep as a personal belonging. Bhutan is famous for woodwork, paper making, stonework, carving, painting , sculpting, wood turning, black smithy and much more. Do enjoy a great stay in Bhutan.
who wish to travel to Bhutan require a visa and must book their holiday through a Bhutanese tour operator or one of their international partners. The tour operator will take care of Visa arrangements for visitors. A trip to Bhutan with Swan tours will expose you to this mystical & spiritual land in a way that large group tours simply can't. Book an experience today. Bhutan tour packages from Delhi with Travel Agents in Delhi At Swan Tours