Bhutan TourBhutan often revered as the 'Land of the Peaceful Dragon' is still regarded as one of the last 'Shangrilas' in the Himalayan region because of its remoteness, it's spectacular mountain terrain, varied flora and fauna and its unique ancient Buddhist monasteries. It is in the relatively unexplored pockets of Asia which allows only limited number of discerning travelers to enter the country in order to protect its fragile environment and culture. Those visitors who make this rare journey into Bhutan will discover that there is no other destination like this land of pure and unmatched mysticism.

 

More than 90 percent of the Bhutanese people are farmers who live in small villages scattered over 46,000km of rugged mountain land. Bhutanese people are simple, friendly and they worship nature. The religious teachings and philosophy play an important role in their peaceful lives. Architecture, art and paintings are also important aspects of Bhutanese culture because they depict the spiritual depth of Bhutanese life.

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THE FIRST TOURISTS
The first tourists came to Bhutan in 1974 when the present monarch His Majesty the King Jigme Singye Wangchuk was crowned as the fourth King of this land of the Thunder Dragon. Ever since, Bhutan has welcomed thousands of visitors. One would think that years of development have eroded the beauty of this country, but all this progress has come in tandem with the preservation & promotion of the country's cultural heritage. The Government pursues an active policy of preserving the numerous temples, monasteries and fortresses that dot the countryside. The monastic schools and meditation centers located across the kingdom are home to thousand of monks and priests who cater to the spiritual needs of the Bhutanese people. The weavings and a vast range of handicrafts of Bhutan are known for their beauty and make perfect gifts.

RELIGION
Bhutan's official religion is Drukpa Kagyu, a school of Tantric Mahayana Buddhism, similar to the Buddhism of Tibet. Tantric form of religion emerged as the last phase in the long evolution of Buddhism. If we place Bhutan's religion in the full context of Buddhism, it is necessary to go back nearly 2500 years and trace the points at which the Drukpa Kagyu lineage and its antecedents diverged from other schools of Buddhism.

Buddhism is practiced throughout the country though, in the south, most Bhutanese people of Nepali and Indian descent practice Hinduism. Minority groups practice various forms of animistic religion including Bon, which predates Himalayan Buddhism. Religion has shaped the history of the nation and continues to play an important role in the life of god fearing and spiritual people. All over Bhutan, evidence of this can be seen in many religious monuments and symbols that have been erected.

The air of spirituality is pervasive even in the urban centers where the spinning of prayer wheels, the murmur of mantras and the glow of butter lamps in the houses are still important features of every day life. Bhutan's religious sites and institutions are not museum, but the daily home of its people.

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4 Nights 5 Days Bhutan Tour.

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Above Programme includes

  • All Meals
  • Pick up and drop
  • Aalepurduwar to Aalepurdur Or Bagdogra Airport to Bagdogra Airport
  • All transports
  • All sightseeing
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