Bhutan Travel Information

Bhutan travel information

How to enter Bhutan?

No way to Travel to Bhutan without buying a Bhutan Tour package!

Bhutan is small Himalayan country. People can enter there easily some people get in to ... Read More

Bhutan Visa Information

Are you planning to travel Bhutan? Then you need to take Bhutan visa. Bhutan visa process may appear complicated but it is easy when you really try to get Bhutan visa. No foreign mission grants Bhutan tourist visa. Bhutan Visa has ...
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Sightseeing Places in Bhutan

THIMPU

The capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu lies in the broad fertile valley of the Wang Chu River at an altitude of 7,500 ft. Once a rustic village, Thimphu today has a population of over 34,000 people. At the entrance to the valley, seven ...
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Weather in Bhutan

Bhutan enjoys four seasons each having its advantages and disadvantages to the visitor. The southern plains close to the Indian border are warmer and more tropical than higher central valleys. Spring is perhaps the most beautiful time of the year when ...
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Flora and Fauna in Bhutan

Bhutan enjoys four seasons each having its advantages and disadvantages to the visitor. The southern plains close to the Indian border are warmer and more tropical than higher central valleys. Spring is perhaps the most beautiful time of the year when ...
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Religion in Bhutan

Buddhism was introduced in Bhutan in the 7th century by Guru Padma Sambhava. Bhutan was home to many sages and saints including the great saints-scholars like Longchen Ramjam, also known as Kuenkhen Longchen Raamjam, (1308 - 1363). Various schools ...
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History of Bhutan

Till well into the 17th Century, Bhutan was split up into small independent principalities. After the arrival of Buddhism, during the seventh century, the various Buddhist schools began sharing the power in the country with the old aristocratic families.

The ...
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People of Bhutan

The country’s population of 600, 000 is composed of three main ethnic groups. The Sharchopas, who are considered to be the earliest inhabitants of Bhutan, live mostly in Eastern Bhutan and they are of Indo-Mongoloid origin. The Ngalops populate ...
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Languages Of Bhutan

Better to know about Language of Bhutan, if we are going to travel in Bhutan. There are Dzongkha and Nepali Language. Dzongkha language is the national language of Bhutan and is spoken in most parts of Bhutan. Nepali Language is manly used by the people ...
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FAQS of Bhutan Tours

Shopping in Bhutan

We would like to tell you about some famous shopping places of Bhutan. There are some brilliant hand woven textiles, handicrafts and souvenirs to be had in the markets and shopping centres of this isolated Himalayan country. You can see a lot of Handicraft ...
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