7 nights 8 days – Bhutan Experience

Days 1

Arrive Paro by Druk Air and transfer to Kichu Resort which is 10 Km from Airport. If time permit s/seeing

Days 2

Paro – sightseeing of Drukgyal Dzong the ruined fort, which once defended this valley from the Tibetan invasions. Drive back to Satsam chorten (10 min drive) and begin walk up or with horses to Taktsang view 800mts above the Paro valley. After lunch visit the Ta Dzong(national museum). Over night in Paro Kichu Resort. Continue reading “7 nights 8 days – Bhutan Experience”

Tibet : Introduction


A visit to Tibet is a visit to another world, and one that is never forgotten. High on the stunning Tibetan plateau, the civilization of Lhasa and its sister cities of Gyantse and Shigatse preserves one of the richest culture on the planet. Tibet is a land of religion, and our guests experience its flavor from the moment of their arrival at the airport. On their visit to Tibet, they will be awed by the power of the immense ruined monasteries and the majesty of the grand Potala Palace. Continue reading “Tibet : Introduction”

Bhutan : Introduction


Bhutan may be the last country on earth that can boast the traveler’s most precious adjective: unchanged. Lightly populated and hiding behind its rhododendron curtain, it is the last stand of primeval Himalayan culture. Traditional dress is still worn, outside influences are carefully restricted and the culture of yesteryear is alive today. Although Bhutan may become a museum tomorrow, today its culture and religion, as well as its hill and forests connect Kathmandu with Paro, Bhutan’s entry point by air.  Continue reading “Bhutan : Introduction”