Thank you for taking the time to think of me as your travel guide to discover the secret and exotic hermit kingdom of Bhutan – the land of the thunder dragon. I hope that you will find me usefull. Here, you will find a brief introduction to Bhutan, various activities which include cultural, trekking, various festivals, and dates through which you can choose to experience the scenic beauty, unique culture, and rich customs of Bhutan.
My singular goal is to make your travel to the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan as memorable as possible. I believe in creating a magical experience that you will remember and cherish for a lifetime. Everyone on this planet wishes to be happy but happiness is elusive. Caught in the daily grind of our mundane existence, out little chance at happiness slips further away. I earnestly believe that our wonderful country has the potential to offer something close to this existential quest.
Today Bhutan is increasingly known for Mahayana Buddhism in the Tantric form, its timeless culture, pristine ecology and diverse wildlife, and unparalleled scenic beauty of its idyllic landscape. Cloistered in the lap of the towering Himalayas, Bhutan is a perfect getaway where one can experience serenity in its truest sense. Bhutan is still, in many ways, a magical kingdom of the past.
My knowledge comes from years of practical experience leading and guiding visitors to Bhutan. I am dedicated to what i do and takes care of minute details of your travel. I am always inspired and motivated to make your journey to this magical kingdom the most special one. I combine my local know-how and regional connections to do just that time after time.
I understand the essential ingredients for any holiday – from clean and comfortable accommodation to excellent cuisine and the chance to immerse oneself in the culture of this Buddhist country. To this end, i aim to scratch beneath the surface and unearth the real Bhutan for you – its cultures, cuisines, history and peoples. I also believe in leading tours that strike a balance between scheduled events and free time, allowing you to see the destinations at your own pace. Whether you are an individual or part of a group, I will ensure that your every need is taken care. I places great importance on the well being of my guest.
Please allow me to present to you a destination which would be of a great interest: Bhutan, the Thunder Dragon Kingdom, popularly known as the country of GNH. Located in Asia between the two giant countries – India and China, Bhutan continues to be unknown for many parts of the world although it has a great number of attractions to discover. Nestled in the Eastern region of Himalayas, Bhutan is a small country, roughly the size of Switzerland and fondly referred as Druk Yul (Land of the Thunder Dragon) by the Bhutanese. There is a place on earth that even the most seasoned travelers consider a privilege to visit. And although it is voted one of the world’s top travel destinations, very few make it. This is Drukyul, Bhutan, the Land of thunder Dragon.
Perched high on the mighty Himalayan range, the Kingdom of Bhutan has defied globalization and chosen to remain a hidden place. Bhutan is marked by raw natural beauty where the dense foliage changes dramatically as the sub tropical jingles at sea level merge into a fertile temperate zone and rises up to the great northern glaciers. The pristine environment is home to exotic wild life and is the last refuge for endangered species like Black-Necked crane, the Blue sheep, the Golden Langur, the Takin and even the royal Bengal Tiger.
The kingdom of Bhutan today remains as one of the last un-ventured destinations. And Bhutan does not have traffic lights even today. That is how Bhutanese people would like to keep it. Thus the carefully managed tourism policy of the government based on “High value, Low impact”, in essence: “take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints.
Bhutan has remained a country where age old customs and traditions are still part of everyday lives of the people, even while modernization, development and the strains of global influence are felt more and more. Ideally located in the Himalayas between India and China, Bhutan has a rich historical heritage and cultural values which Bhutan still continues to preserve. Thanks to the generation of Kings and our forefathers who helped to Unify and strengthen Bhutan.