Category: Bhutan Tourism

Bhutan Tourism

Vajra / Dorji and its significant

Vajra is a Sanskrit word meaning both thunderbolt and diamond.Additionally, it is a weapon which is used as a ritual object . In its symbolism we find the Vajra . The vajra is probably the most important symbol of Tibetan Buddhism. The term means "diamond" and refers to the indestructible nature of the mind itself , of awakening. This small scepter seems to be, at the origin, the diamond thunderbolt of Indra,…

Jambay Lhakhang Festival in Bumthang

Jambay Lhakhang is located at Bumthang valley, in the central part of Bhutan. It is one of the oldest and the most sacred temples in the Kingdom. The temple is a one storied complex and is located along the Chamkhar Chhu/river on a plateau. The temple is almost a Kilometer from the Kurje Lhakhang complex and around 2km from Jakar Town. History Jambay Lhakhang was founded by, King Songtsen Goenpo…

Bhutan travel information for first time visitors.

Bhutan Tourism policy is based on High value, Low volume From January 2014 the fixed daily tariff of US$ 200 per person per night was raised as per the Bhutan Government announcement to US$ 250 per person per night. The surcharges remains unchanged. 2.  Cancellation policy tour payment: 50% refund if tour is cancelled within 60 days from the start of the tour. 25% refund if tour is cancelled within…

10 Reasons Why Everyone is Travelling to Bhutan?

BHUTAN? Is it a country? Where is Bhutan? Where is it located? What is so unique about this country? …………  Why is everyone travelling to that county? Yes! This is what you must be thinking about when you first hear about Bhutan. So let us give you a few information about Bhutan, what is so Unique about this little Kingdom and why even the most seasoned traveler consider it a…

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Bhutan Top 11 Must Visit Places

Cradled in the folds of the Himalayas, Bhutan has relied on its geographic isolation to protect itself from outside cultural influences. A sparsely populated country bordered by India to the south, and China to the north, Bhutan has long maintained a policy of strict isolationism, both culturally and economically, with the goal of preserving its cultural heritage and independence. Only in the last decades of the 20th century were foreigners allowed to visit the country, and only…