Bhutan Tour Package
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Bhutan tour package by local travel agent - Bhutan Tourism Guide Tourism in Bhutan - the very words give us glimpses of a remote land replete with monks, monasteries, yaks, Buddhist art and much more. Today, with time, Bhutan is no longer so remote and features as a must-see destination for many travellers. When it comes to scenes of rural life or culture or even sights and sounds and even spirituality, Bhutan is different and it has its charms. And one of its biggest charms is that it measures the happiness quotient, making it the happiest country in the world. Modern life has touched it but not too much. Everyone has mobiles now and monks can be seen with laptops, but you will still get a rural village feel, even in Thimpu, it is capital. Nestled between India and China, Bhutan means Thunder Dragon. This kingdom is made up of The Sub-Himalayan Foothills, The Greater Himalayas and The Inner Himalayas. Each differs vastly from the other in both season and sights and altitudes, so please check where and when you will be going before you pack for your trip. Travel tips include carrying umbrellas or raincoats, walking shoes, slippers that come off easily when you visit monasteries, torches for power cuts and trekking gear. The best time to visit Bhutan is spring and autumn. For trekkers, the monsoon makes the ground slippery and there are leeches everywhere. So be warned. For regular tourists and families, it just means keeping raincoats or umbrellas handy and walking around in waterproof shoes. If you want the snow and are comfortable in very cold weather and high altitudes, come for the winter. Carry thermals and warm and waterproof clothing in layers. Also, if camping is your idea of fun, carry your sleeping bags as camps provide everything but those. There is also another factor to consider if you are visiting the North East region in winter, it brings gale-force winds, so please carry warm and sensible climbing gear which is made for rugged mountains and storms.