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Nomad Festival, this annual gathering of Bhutan’s nomadic highlanders brings together the herders of the northeastern and northwestern Himalayan frontiers in an
Punakha located in the western part of Bhutan is the winter home of the Je Khenpo, the Chief Abbot of Bhutan. Punakha
The festival is recognized only in 2005, another festival in Punakha. Tshechu was introduced by the 70th Je Khenpo Trulku Jigme Choedra
We start our biking trip with a day of sightseeing on the bike around Paro. We will then ride towards Thimpu and
This is the longest and the most difficult trek and requires not only excellent health but also a high spirit of adventure.
This trek is for average walkers and gives you an opportunity to visit the isolated valleys of Gangtey Gompa/Phobjikha, Gogona, and Kothoka.
Jhomolhari Trek is a superb trek for average walkers. It goes into northern Bhutan to the land of yak herders and to
This trek is ideal for average walkers, as the altitude does not go over 3360 meters. There are no views over the
This is a short trek, near Thimphu, to a large number of lovely high-altitude lakes. You pass through terraced paddy fields and
This trek is an extension of the Jhomolhari trek and offers diverse flora and fauna, including a good opportunity to spot blue
The lake is also known for its giant trout. Depending on the weather, good views of the Mt. Jichu Drake 6,989 meters
This trek is the old expedition route to Gangkar Phuensum and, with special permission; it might be possible to extend the trek